Bachelor of Commerce

F. Y. B. Com.
Fee Structure

Total Number of Seats 360

Cut off percentage for students of S.V. Jr. College 60%

F. Y. B. Com.
Eligibility

  • Students from other State (eligibility) are required to have ENGLISH as a compulsory paper at H.S.C. level.
  • Students passing S. Y. J. C. (Std. XII) with Commerce or Science and S.Y.J.C. with vocational subjects are eligible for admission to F. Y. B. Com.

Documents Required for Admission :

Students should bring the following documents in original along with duly attested photocopies for verification at the time of admission: –

  • Original Mark sheet of H.S.C., two photo copy of Mark sheet and one photo copy of Leaving
    Certificate (LC) for F.Y. admission.
  • Original Mark sheet of First Year along with one photo copy for S.Y. admission.
  • Original Mark sheet of First Year & Second Year along with one photo copy each for T.Y. admission
  • For new admission at S.Y. / T.Y.— NOC with enrolment details to be produced from the previous college.
  • One recent Passport size photograph taken with light coloured dressfor all classes.
  • Address Proof (photo copy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill/Pass port/ Driving License) any one
  • FY & SY students are hereby informed to surrender old Identity Card at the time of admission
  • Caste Certificates (if applicable)
  • Documentary evidence regardingspecial category status
  • Eligibility Certificate (students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board). Eligibility forms will be distributed by the colleges and same will be resubmitted to the college along with necessary documents and eligibility fees (Rs.220/-, Rs.320/- and Rs.750/- as the case may be). Admission will be provisional till University approves the documents.
  • Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.

NOTE: In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, a certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of that College must be produced.

The Principal shall not sign the Hall Tickets of T.Y. students unless the students pass the Prelims Examination. Failures will have to appear for the Re-Prelim Examination and clear the same. Hall Tickets of such students will be signed by the Principal on clearance of the Re-Exam.

Students coming from Universities/Board other than Maharashtra State:- Students coming from outside, i.e. other than Maharashtra State Board, will be admitted to the college on the basis of provisional eligibility certificate which they must obtain from the University of Mumbai. No such student will be admitted to College without provisional certificate. In case the admission of the student is found to be invalid for any reason, the responsibility will lie with the student. Students will account for the gap if any, between H.S.C. and joining F. Y. Class by submitting gap certificate i.e. N.O.C. & T.C. from previous Institute.

Admission under Minority Quota (Sindhi):
A Student seeking admission at F.Y. level under Minority Category is required to produce documentary proof (Affidavit) certifying their Sindhi Status. It is desirable that they complete the Sindhi Certificate Course.

International Students: Foreign students seeking admission are required to submit the following documents

  • photo copy of Passport
  • Copy of Transcript

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

FYB.Com

Students are offered seven papers carrying 100 marks each. (Total 700 Marks)

  • Foundation Course 100
  • Accountancy & Financial Management 100
  • Business Communication 100
  • Business Economics 100
  • Commerce 100
  • Environmental Studies 100
  • Mathematics & Statistical Technique 100

SYB.Com

Students are offered seven papers carrying 100 marks each. (Total 700 Marks)

  • Foundation Course 100
  • Accountancy & Financial Management 100
  • Business Law 100
  • Business Economics 100
  • Commerce 100
  • Introduction to Management Accounting 100
  • Advertising 100 OR 
  • Economic System 100

T.Y. B.Com

Students are offered seven papers carrying 100 marks each. (Total 700 Marks)

  • Commerce – Marketing & Human Resource Management 100
  • Financial Accounting & Auditing 100
  • Management & Cost Accounting 100
  • Business Economics- Developmental Issues of Indian Economy 100
  • Applied Component I
    Psychology Behaviour at work 100 OR
    Computer systems 100
  • Applied Component I
    Export Marketing 100 OR
    Direct & Indirect Taxation 100

Fee Structure