Passing Standards

APPLICABLE TO THE STUDENTS ADMITTED TO THE M.COM. COURSE DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 OR PRIOR AND TO THE STUDENTS OF M.COM. PART II TO BE ADMITTED DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013 OR PRIOR.

Award of class

Those of the successful candidates who obtain at least 60 percent of the marks on aggregate in Part I and Part II examination taken together will be placed in the First Class and those obtaining at least 50 percent in the Second Class.

IMPROVEMENT OF CLASS:

O.2316:Candidates who have passed the M.Com. Degree Examination of this University byPapers with the Pass Class / Second Class and who desire to improve their class to Second Class or at least 55% marks or First Class / at least 55% marks or First Class respectively will be permitted at their option to appear again for the same examination with the same subjects in both the parts viz. Part I and Part II simultaneously without being required to keep any terms within a period of FIVE years following the April or October examination in which they pass. If the candidates who re-appear for the M.Com. degree examination under the provisions of this Ordinance fail to improve their class, their performance at such re-appearance will be treated as null and void.

REVISED PASSING STANDARDS


APPLICABLE TO THE STUDENTS ADMITTED TO PART I OF THE M.COM. COURSE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 AND TO THE STUDENTS OF M.COM. PART II TO BE ADMITTED FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014.

Semester I Examination


0.5993:A learner for being eligible for admission to Semester I of the examination must have kept the terms subsequent to his passing the Bachelor of Commerce Examination (three years / Six Semester integrated course) or the degree 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 Markets) or Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) of this University, or an examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto and as mentioned in the Ordinance O. 2310 (the earlier Ordinance).

R.8455:Learners will be examined in the following course for Semester I of the Examination

Course

Code

Title of the Course

Compulsory Courses (Any One Group having Two Courses)

Group I

1

Course I

Strategic Management

2

Course II

Economics of Global Trade and Finance

Group II Business Studies

1

Course I

Production Management

2

Course II

Organizational Development

Group III Business Economics

1

Course I

Economic Growth and Planning

2

Course II

Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Special Courses (Any One Group having Two Courses)

Group I Advanced Accounting

1

Course I

Advanced Financial Accounting

2

Course II

Advanced Cost Accounting

Group II Business Management

1

Course I

Human Resource Management

2

Course II

Marketing Strategies and Plans

Group III Banking and Finance

1

Course I

Commercial Bank Management

2

Course II

Financial Service

Group IV Qualitative Techniques

1

Course I

Mathematical Methods

2

Course II

Statistical Methods

R.8456:The syllabus in the paper prescribed for Semester I Examinations will be made available in due course.

Standard of Passing Examination

R.8457:The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate in the evaluation for each course where the evaluation of the course consists of Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 Out of 60) separately. A learner will be declared to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination together.

R. 8458:In case of failed learner,exemption shall be granted in the course/s where the learners has obtained atleast Grade 'E' (i.e. aggregate 40 marks) in that course as per the R.8457 of standard of passing.

Semester II Examination

0.5994:A learner for being eligible for admission to Semester II of the examination must have kept the terms for Semester I subsequent to his/her admission to the M.Com. programme as per the eligibility criteria.

R.8459:Learner will be examined in the following course for Semester II of the Examination

Course

Code

Title of the Course

Compulsory Courses (Any One Group having Two Courses)

Group I

1

Course I

Strategic Management

2

Course II

Economics of Global Trade and Finance

Group II Business Studies

1

Course I

Production Management

2

Course II

Organizational Development

Group III Business Economics

1

Course I

Economic Growth and Planning

2

Course II

Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Special Courses (Any One Group having Two Courses)

Group I Advanced Accounting

1

Course I

Advanced Financial Accounting

2

Course II

Advanced Cost Accounting

Group II Business Management

1

Course I

Human Resource Management

2

Course II

Marketing Strategies and Plans

Group III Banking and Finance

1

Course I

Commercial Bank Management

2

Course II

Financial Service

Group IV Qualitative Techniques

1

Course I

Mathematical Methods

2

Course II

Statistical Methods

R.8460:The syllabus in the paper prescribed for Semester II Examinations will be made available and revised from time to time.

Standard of Passing Examination

R.8461:The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate in the evaluation for each course where the evaluation of the course consists of Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 Out of 60) separately. A learner will be declared to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination together.

R.8462:In case of failed learner,exemption shall be granted in the course/s where the learners has obtained atleast Grade 'E' (i.e. aggregate 40 marks) in that course as per the R.8461 of standard of passing.

Semester III Examination

O.5995: A learner for being eligible for admission to Semester III of the examination shall have kept terms for Semester III.

Learners will be examined in the following course for Semester III of the Examination

Course

Code

Title of the Course

Compulsory Courses (Any One Group having One Course)

1

Course I

Research Methodology

Special Courses (Any One Group having Three Courses)

Group I Business Studies

1

Course I

Corporate Finance

2

Course II

Global Business Operations

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Business Negotiation

Group II Business Economics

1

Course I

Industrial Economics

2

Course II

Labour Economics

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Managerial Economics

Group III Advanced Accountancy

1

Course I

Advanced Financial Management

2

Course II

Advanced Auditing

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Direct and Indirect Tax

Group IV Business Management

1

Course I

Organizational Behaviour

2

Course II

International Marketing

 3

 Course III

Related Applied Component Entrepreneurship Management

Group V Banking and Finance

1

Course I

Financial Markets in India

2

Course II

International Finance

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Investment Management

Group VI

1

Course I

Applied Statistics

2

Course II

Industrial Statistics

3

Group III

Related Applied Component Operation Research

 R.8463:The syllabus in the paper prescribed for Semester III Examinations will be made available and revised from time to time.

Standard of Passing Examination

R.8464:The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate in the evaluation for each  course where the evaluation of the course consists of Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 Out of 60) separately. A learner will be declared to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination together.

R.8465:In case of failed learner, exemption shall be granted in the course/s where the learners has obtained atleast Grade 'E' (i.e. aggregate 40 marks) in that course as per the R.8464 of standard of passing.

Semester IV Examination

O.5996:A learner for being eligible for admission to Semester III of the examination shall have kept terms for Semester III.

R.8466:Learners will be examined in the following course for Semester IV of the Examination

Course

Code

Title of the Course

Compulsory Courses (Any One Group having One Course)

1

Course I

Research Methodology

Special Courses (Any One Group having Three Courses)

Group I Business Studies

1

Course I

Corporate Finance

2

Course II

Global Business Operations

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Business Negotiation

Group II Business Economics

1

Course I

Industrial Economics

2

Course II

Labour Economics

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Managerial Economics

Group III Advanced Accountancy

1

Course I

Advanced Financial Management

2

Course II

Advanced Auditing

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Direct and Indirect Tax

Group IV Business Management

1

Course I

Organizational Behaviour

2

Course II

International Marketing

3

Course III

Related Applied Component  €“ Entrepreneurship 
Management

Group V Banking and Finance

1

Course I

Financial Markets in India

2

Course II

International Finance

3

Course III

Related Applied Component Investment Management

Group VI

1

Course I

Applied Statistics

2

Course II

Industrial Statistics

3

Group III

Related Applied Component Operation Research

R.8467:The syllabus in the paper prescribed for Semester IV Examinations will be made available and revised from time to time.

Standard of Passing Examination

R.8468:The learners to pass a course shall have to obtain a minimum of 40% marks in aggregate in the evaluation for each course where the evaluation of the course consists of Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination. The learners shall obtain minimum of 40% marks (i.e. 16 out of 40) in the Internal Assessment and 40% marks in Semester End Examination (i.e. 24 Out of 60) separately. A learner will be declared to have passed the course if the learner passes the Internal Assessment & Semester End Examination together.

R.8469:In case of failed learner, exemption shall be granted in the course/s where the learners has obtained atleast Grade 'E' (i.e. aggregate 40 marks) in that course as per the R.8468 of standard of passing.

O.5997:The result of Semester IV shall be kept in abeyance (RLE) until the learner passes each of lower Semesters Examinations (i.e. Semester I, II and III).

O.5998:The calculation of CG of each of the course/s in each semester as well as calculation of GPA and SGPA of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV shall be on the basis of following table:-

Grade

Marks

Grade Points

SGPA/ CGPA

O

70 & above

7

7 & Above

A

60 to 69.99

6

6 to 6.99

B

55 to 59.99

5

5 to 5.99

C

50 to 54.99

4

4 to 4.99

D

45 to 49.99

3

3 to 3.99

E

40 to 44.99

2

2 t0 2.99

F (Fail)

39.99 & below

1

1 to 1.99

 O.5997:A successful learner i.e. the learner who has passed all the courses of each of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV shall be awarded grades shown in table:

Grade

Marks

Grade Points

SGPA/ CGPA

O

70 & above

7

7 & Above

A

60 to 69.99

6

6 to 6.99

B

55 to 59.99

5

5 to 5.99

C

50 to 54.99

4

4 to 4.99

D

45 to 49.99

3

3 to 3.99

E

40 to 44.99

2

2 t0 2.99

F (Fail)

39.99 & below

1

1 to 1.99

 PROMOTION FROM SEMESTER I TO SEMESTER II, FROM SEMESTER II TO SEMESTER III AND FROM SEMESTER III TO SEMESTER IV:

O.5979:A learner who has kept terms satisfactorily for Semester I of the course shall be permitted to keep terms for Semester II of the course not withstanding that he/she may not have appeared for the Semester I Examination or failed thereat.

O.5980:A learner who has kept terms satisfactorily for Semester I & Semester II of the course shall be permitted to keep terms for Semester III of the course notwithstanding that he/she may not have appeared for the Semester I & Semester II examination or failed thereat.

O.5981:A learner who has kept terms satisfactorily for Semester III of the course shall be permitted to keep terms for Semester IV of the course notwithstanding that he/she may not have appeared for the Semester III examination or failed thereat.

O.5982:However, no learner will be allowed to appear for Semester IV examination, unless he/she has passed all the courses 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 Semesters 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/s who has not obtained their Degree (Convocation) Certificate of the Bachelor's Programme earlier from their concerned College/ Institution / University as applicable.

IMPROVEMENT OF RESULTS:

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 Regulations mentioned above a learner/s who appears for Semester I, Semester II, Semester III or Semester IV Examination of the Master of Commerce Programme and gives a declaration in writing to the University through the Head of the Department/Principal of the College/Head of the constituent recognized institution through which he is appearing for examination, to the effect "to consider null and void the results of the Semester I or Semester II or Semester III or Semester 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:-

  1. The overall grade laid down for the award of a grade B at the Examinations of the semester concerned at the M. Com. Programme
  2. OR

  3. At least grade B (55% marks or grade points 05) on the aggregate (which is a requirement at the Master's degree examination laid down for by the University Grants Commission for the appointment of a teacher)
  4. OR

  5. The GPA laid down for the award of overall grade A at the Examination of M. Com. programme.

In this case if he/she does not obtain the grade in the concerned Semester 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.

1.

The revised M. Com. Degree course has been introduced from June 1980 the students who kept the terms for Part I and Part II under the old course will be considered for their appearance for the respective examinations under the revised course of yearly pattern only i.e. Part I and Part II.

2.

The terms kept by the students for the Part I or Part II of the M. Com. degree examinations under the old course will NOTbe recognized for the purpose of their appearance for the respective examinations under this newly introduced Semester based Credit & Grading System.

O.5990:Learner who has passed the M. Com. Examination of this University by papers under the Semester Based Credit & Grading Based system with the overall grades mentioned in Column 1 and who desire to improve their overall grades as shown in column 2, will be permitted at their option to appear again for the Semester End Examinations Only (and not the Internal Assessment) of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV with the courses opted earlier by them in all the four semesters viz. Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester 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:-

Column I

Column II

1

Overall Grade E

1.1

Overall Grade D & above

2

Overall Grade D

2.1

Overall Grade C & above

3

Overall Grade C

3.1

Overall Grade B & above

However, the marks and grades obtained by such a learner in the Internal Assessment of the Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV Examinations in all the courses shall be carried forward and the learner will not be allowed to appear for the internal assessment of any of the course/s at any of the Semester.

If a learner who re-appears for the M. Com. Examination under the provisions of this Ordinance fails to improve his/her grade, his/her performance at such re-appearance will be ignored and the result will be declared null and void, marks statement will not be provided and examination fees will not be refunded.

O.5991:Teachers who hold the M. Com. degree of any other statutory University, in Pass Class, which is recognized as equivalent to the M. Com. Degree examination of this University and who are serving in the University or in any of the constituent colleges or recognized institution will be permitted to appear at the said examination as external learners to improve their class, subject to the conditions laid down for external learners and within a period of five years from the date of their registration as a external students as prescribed in O.2316 (Old Ordinance).However, the learners cannot register in the newly introduced Semester Based Credit and Grading System.

If such students who re-appear for the M. Com. Degree examination under the Provisions of this Ordinance fail to improve their class, their performance at such re-appearance will be ignored.

(The clear verdict shall be mentioned in the Ordinance).

O.5992:A student/s who has passed the M. Com. Degree examination (under the Annual Evaluation Pattern) with one of the optional subject/s will be permitted on submission of a new application and payment of a fresh fee to appear at a subsequent examination under the Semester Based Credit & Grading System in another optional course/s provided he/she enrolls for the M. Com. Part II (in Semester pattern i.e. Semester III & IV) course and keeps two fresh terms in the new optional course. However, the learner who passes an additional optional course/s in this manner will be awarded a certificate to that effect but not the M. Com. Degree for the second time.The value of credit of that particular course will be mentioned on the said certificate.

R.8454:Learner under the Semester Based Credit and Grading System may appear either for a Internal Assessment of 40 marks and written examination (Semester End Examination) of 60 marks and 2 hours duration for each of the 8 papers or may submit a thesis on a subject dealt with in any of the papers prescribed in lieu of the whole of the written examination.(The clear operative mechanism shall be mentioned in the Ordinance).

R.2046-A:Learners who has kept terms for the M. Com. Part I examination under the Old Course and has passed the said examination under the Old Course will be allowed to keep terms for the M. Com. Part II course under the Revised Course and to appear at the examination under the Revised Course with all the four papers prescribed under the optional group, notwithstanding the fact that they have not attended lectures for Papers I & II prescribed under Part I revised course.

Learner who has kept terms for the M. Com. Parts I & II examinations under the Old Course and has passed the M. Com. Part I examination only under the said course will be allowed to appear at the M. Com. Part II examination under the Revised Course with all the four papers prescribed under the corresponding optional group, without keeping fresh terms.

Learner who has kept terms for the M. Com. Part I & II Examinations under the Old Course and has appeared simultaneously for both Part I and Part II and has only passed Part II of the examination only will be allowed to appear at Part I of the examination under the Revised Course with all the four compulsory papers viz. the two papers prescribed under the Commerce Group and the two papers under the Economics Group.

Learner who has kept terms for the M. Com. Parts I & II examinations under the old course and has not appeared or appeared and failed at both the parts of the examinations will be allowed to appear under the revised course as per the scheme prescribed therefore without keeping fresh terms. However,such a learner will not be allowed to appear at both Parts of the examination simultaneously. They must appear at the Part II examination only after passing the Part I examination at an earlier attempt.

Those who have offered two voluntary groups each having two papers for Part II of the M. Com. Examination under the Old Course will be allowed to offer, the M. Com. Part II Revised Course - 4 papers under either of the corresponding optional Groups. In no case student will be allowed to offer two papers from each of the corresponding optional Groups under the Revised Course.