Eligibility: O.5977: A learner for being eligible for admission to the Post Graduate Programme i.e. Master of Commerce shall have passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce of this University (Three Years/ Six Semester Integrated Course) or the degree of B.Com.(Old Course) or the other Semester based Programmes i.e. Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) or Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Market) or Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) of this University, OR an examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto.
O.5978: The duration of the M.Com. Programme shall be two years consisting of Four (04) Semesters. The examination for the M.Com. Programme will be held at the end of every semester viz. Semesters I, II, III & IV. The examinations for Semester I & III will be held in the secnd half of the calendar year in which the learner was admitted (i.e. October/ November), Semester II & IV examinations will be held in the first half of the calendar year (April / May).
O.5980: A learner who has kept terms satisfactorily for Semester I of the Programme shall be permitted to keep terms for Semester II of the course notwithstanding that he/she may not have appeared for the Semester I Examination or failed thereat.
O.5981: A learner who has kept terms satisfactorily for Semester I & II of the Programme shall be permitted to keep terms for Semester III of the course not withstanding that he/she may not have appeared for the Semester I & II Examinations or failed thereat.
O.5982: However no learner will be allowed to appear for Semester IV examination, unless he/ she has passed all the course of Semester I & II examination previously.
O.5983: The result of Semester Iv shall be kept in abeyance (RLE) until the learner passes each of lower Semester Examinations (i.e. Semester I, II and III).
O.5984: The result of Semester IV Examination of M.Com. Programme will not be declared of such learner who has not obtained his/her Degree (Convocation) Certificate of the Bachelor’s Programme earlier from their concerned College/Institution/ University as applicable.
O.5985: A learner who is declared to have passed in Semester I examination will not be allowed to reappear for the Semester I Examination for improvement of his/her result.
O.5986: A learner who is declared to have passed in Semester II examination will not be allowed to reappear for the Semester II Examination for improvement of his/her result.
O.5987: A learner who is declared to have passed in Semester III examination will not be allowed to reappear for the Semester III Examination for improvement of his/ her result.
O.5988: A learner who is declared to have passed in Semester IV examination will not be allowed to reappear for the Semester IV Examination for improvement of his/her result.
O.5989: Notwithstanding anything contained in related Ordinances mentioned above a learner who appears for Semester I, II, III or IV Examinations of the M.Com. Programme and gives a declaration in writing to the University through the Principal of the College to the effect “ to consider null and void the results of the Semester I or II or III or IV examination”, as the case may be, within one week from the date of conclusion of the examination concerned, if he / she does not obtain the following in the Semester concerned.
a) The overall grade laid down for the award of a grade B at the Examination of the Semester concerned at the M.com. Programme.
b) At least grade B (55% marks or grade points 05) on the aggregate (which is a requirement at the Master’s Degree exam laid down for by the UGC for the appointment of a Teacher.)
C) The GPA laid down for the award of overall grade A at the Examination of
In this case if he / she does not obtain the grade in the concerned Semseter as specified in(a), (b) or (c) as the case may be, the result of such learner shall be declared as null and void , marks statement will not be provided and examination fees will not be refunded.
O.5990: Learner who has passed the M.Com. Examination of this University by papers under the Semester Based Credit & Grading System with overall grades mentioned in Column 1 and who desire to improve their overall grades as shown in the Column 2, will be permitted at his/ her option to appear again for the Semester End Examinations Only ( and not the Internal Assessment) of the Semester I, II, III & IV with the courses opted earlier by them in all the four semesters viz. Semester I, II, III & IV simultaneously without being required to keep any terms within a period of five years following the April or October examination at which they pass.