A Candidate shall be admitted to Bachelor of Computer Applications provided he/she has passed 10+2 examination in any recognized board/ university securing at least 45% marks. Candidates must have Math as one of the subject at +2 levels.
Minimum eligibility for M.A. Economics by and large is 50% marks in B.A. (Hons) in aggregate or graduation with 60% marks in Economics subject which is there in universities like Amity University, Delhi University, etc.
Although eligibility criteria may differ for Entrance exam procedure and merit based admission process. As in Delhi University eligibility for Merit based admissions is aggregate 50% in B.A. (Hons) Economics done from DU only.
For eligibility purposes for this course, a candidate must have a recognized undergraduate degree in B.Sc. from a recognized university or equivalent, with a recommended minimum score, which can vary from college to college.
For admission in Master of Science in Botany, all universities follow their own admission norms. For instance, University of Delhi prepares a merit list on the basis of which University’s Colleges take admissions.
Most of the institutions have direct entry as admission mode. However, there are some universities which prefer to conduct entrance tests for admissions. Hence, the students who have appeared in final year examination of under-graduation and await the result are allowed to apply for the course by such institutions.
Graduation in any stream is the basic eligibility for MCA. The eligibility for qualifying marks in graduation differs from institute to institute. Most of the institutes require 45 to 50 % aggregate in qualifying exam for taking admission. Reserved categories get some relaxation in aggregate percentage.
Apart from this there is another prerequisite for taking admission in MCA degree; one must have studied Mathematics in 10+2 as a compulsory subject.
The LL.M. program can be pursued only by the students who have successfully completed their under-graduation in law .i.e. LL.B/B.L. Degree/5 Year LL.B. Degree course under 10+2+5 from any recognized university with at least 55% marks in aggregate.
Certain seats are reserved or are allocated to Foreign Nationals. Students can take admission through common entrance test held by the universities.
For admission to M.Com. Program, a student must have a Bachelor degree in Commerce with a minimum of 50% marks. Passed B.Com. (Hons.) Degree from any recognized university equivalent there to, with at least 50% marks. Certain universities also admit students with a B.A. Economics (Hons.) degree.
Students who have passed B.B.S., B.B.A., B.F.I.A. and B.B.E. with at least 60% marks can also apply.
Graduation and a bachelors degree in any discipline obtained through the 10+2+3 system or an equivalent qualification with a minimum aggregate of 50% or equivalent CGPA of any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India.
Graduation and a bachelors degree obtained through the 10+2+3 system or an equivalent qualification with a minimum aggregate of 50% or equivalent CGPA of any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India. A Relaxation of 5% aggregate is there for SC/ST candidates.
Post Graduation in a relevant discipline or an equivalent qualification with a minimum aggregate of 60% or equivalent CGPA of any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India. A Relaxation of 5% aggregate is there for SC/ST candidates.
(10+2) or High School Senior Secondary exam by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any equivalent exam conducted by any State Board or Equivalent. All SC/ST candidates have a relaxation of 5% in the minimum aggregate.
Graduation and a bachelors degree obtained through the 10+2+3 system from any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India. A Relaxation of 5% aggregate is there for SC/ST candidates.
A student is eligible for admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) course if he/she holds.
I. Three years bachelor degree in Arts/ Science/ Commerce or their equivalent with Mathematics/ Statistics as one of subjects at least
at the intermediate level.
II. B.Sc. (Eng.) or any examination recognized by the University as equivalent there to.
III. MLIS (Master in Library Science).
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