The University will conduct the entrance exam, to be held on June 26, 2013 for admission to BMS Course.
A merit list will be prepared to give 50% weightage to the entrance test score, 30% weightage to Class XII results and 20% weightage to the interview.
The format of the entrance test however remains the same as previous years. The written test is designed to evaluate the aptitude of the candidates to pursue a Bachelor of Management Studies.
There is no prescribed syllabus or format for the entrance test. The following areas have been usually included in the entrance test in the past:
- Quantitative Ability
- Reasoning and Analytical Ability
- General English
- Business and General Awareness
The candidate will be required to attempt 100 questions in 120 minutes. The answers are to be marked by blue or black ball point pen on a separate answer sheet(OMR) provided during the entrance test.
There will be negative marking for wrong answers. Marking of multiple answers for one question shall be treated as wrong answer.
Based on the overall score, a rank shall be allotted to each candidate in each of their category. Candidates with the higher merit in accordance with the overall score in each category shall be offered admission in the college, subject to the availability of seats in the each college.
Allotment of college to the candidate shall be done only at the counseling sessions notified for their ranks.
Candidates shall be allotted the respective college in accordance with his/her merit in the overall score and his/her preference stated at the time of counselling. This is subject to the number of seats available in that particular college.
At later counselling session, admitted candidates will be permitted a change of college, subject to the availability of seats as per their merit in the overall score.
Mathematics not compulsory for Commerce:
The admission to the Four Year Undergraduate Programme in Commerce will now be for Bachelor with Honours in Commerce from this year. The admission to this course will be based on Discipline I (Commerce). Till last year, most colleges were not accepting students in the Honours Programme of Commerce (B. Com (Honours)) without Mathematics. Consequently a large number of students who had pursued commerce without Mathematics in their class 12th were deprived of admission in different colleges.