There are two ways to get admission to Delhi University M.com after graduation.
1. Direct admission on the basis of Merit.
2. Through Entrance Test
This course is for all those who are doing/ have done B.com (H)/ B.com(P)/B.M.S/B.B.S/B.B.A/B.B.A(F.I.A)/B.F.I.A and B.B.E and B.A (H) from Delhi University or any other university.
After getting admission to m.com, all the classes are held in the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics throughout all the semesters irrespective of your college. The Department of Commerce is situated on the north campus (DU), next to Ramjas college. However, 15 colleges of Delhi university give admission to students in m.com. The students go to their respective colleges for tutorials and submission of their assignments only. The colleges are not authorized to conduct regular classes for M.com students.
To answer this question, I would like to share the marks of the students of different categories who scored 1st rank and the last rank in the M.com entrance exam 2021.
1st Rank - 265 Marks, 66.25 Percentage
Last Rank - 177 Marks, 44.25 Percentage
1st Rank - 196 Marks, 49 Percentage
Last Rank - 144 Marks, 36 Percentage
1st Rank - 179 Marks, 44.75 Percentage
Last Rank - 135 Marks, 33.75 Percentage
1st Rank - 180 Marks, 45 Percentage
Last Rank - 110 Marks, 27.5 Percentage
1st Rank - 202 Marks, 50.5 Percentage
Last Rank - 151 Marks, 37.75 Percentage
The above data shows the marks and percentage of the 1st rank and last rank holder under different categories. However, the marks and percentage of the students vary from year to year depending upon the difficulty level of the paper.
The cutoff percentage (CGPA) for admission in M.com(DU) through merit also varies from year to year for students of different categories.
Yes, you can apply through both modes. At the time of filling the registration form for m.com (DU), you need to fill both options. It opens up both options for you.
There were around 7176 students who appeared for the entrance exam in 2019. In general, around 6000- 7000 students appear for this exam every year.
In total, there are around 700 seats in M.com (SOL) for students of all the categories. Out of which, 50% are reserved for entrance-based admissions and 50% are reserved for merit-based admissions. There is a common entrance exam for both regular and SOL students. Admissions are given on the basis of the ranks of the students.
Yes, it opens up opportunities both in the academic and corporate world. The corporates consider M.com for job offers. The University also has a placement cell for M.com Students. Every year, the students get jobs through the placement cell of the university and get around a package of 6,00,000 depending upon their caliber.
No, they don’t take attendance in their regular classes. Therefore, students do other things along with M.com like CA, CS, UPSC preparation, etc. However, internal assessment is based on tutorials and assignments only. It is advisable to be regular in tutorial classes for getting good marks.