Q1. Who is going to issue the Provisional Statement of Eligibility (PSOE)and from
where can I get the PSOE the applicant is an Other than Maharashtra State student?
Provisional Statement of Eligibility (PSOE) is required for the student who has passed the HSC / Equivalent Examination for other than Maharashtra State Board. University of Mumbai issues the PSOE. Process for applying for PSOE:
1. Collect the application form from the college, fill the form and submit the form at any college along with the ATTESTED PHOTOCOPY of the following documents:
- Marksheet of HSC / Equivalent Examination
- Transfer Certificate , Migration Certificate
- Marksheet of SSC / Equivalent Examination
2. Fees payable : for students from state Rs. 320/- and for foreign nationals : Rs. 750/-.
3. The college will forward the application form along with the documents and the fees to the Eligibility Section of University of Mumbai.
4. Students should collect the Provisional Statement of eligibility from the college where the application is submitted after 8 working days.
5. Kindly note that PSOE is COURSE WISE
6. PSOE can be used for submitting the admission form for the particular course at any college.
Q2. What are the norms for attendance in the college?
Attendance is compulsory.
REVISED NORMS OF ATTENDANCE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015 ARE AS UNDER: ( as per circular no. UG/01 of 2014 dated 5th May 2014)
Ordinances 6086 relating to the
attendance for learners
Attendance for learners :
shall be the Attendance Committee, for smooth conduct of this ordinance, in
every college/institute/Department of the University comprising of at least
three members (to be nominated from other departments in case of the University
Departments having less than 3 teachers), the Vice-Principal/ Senior Teacher
(Convener) and at least two more teachers ensuring representation of the
concerned faculties, nominated by the Principal/Director/Head.
bonafied learner shall ordinarily be allowed to keep terms for the given
semester in a program of his enrolment, only if he fulfills at least seventy
five percent (75%) of the attendance taken as an average of the total number of
lectures, practical s, tutorials etc. wherein short and/or long
excursions/field visits/study tours organized by the college and supervised by
the teachers as envisaged in the syllabus shall be credited to his attendance
for the total no of periods which are otherwise delivered on the material day/s.
Further it is mandatory for every learner to have min 50% attendance for
each course & average attendance has to be 75%.
same ratio shall be applied for computing the attendance of the learners by
crediting the number of periods which are missed while participating in an
extracurricular / co-curricular activity / competition / camp / workshop / convention / symposium / seminar
etc. where the said learner is officially representing the college / University / District / State/ Country with
the permission of the Principal / Director/ Head of the College / Institute /
University Department or by the direction of the University Officer as the case
may be wherein for the purpose of computing the average attendance the periods
missed for what is envisaged here-in-above, at Sr. No 2, shall be deemed to
have been attended by the said learner .
prejudice to what is stated here-in-above, the Principal/Director/Head of the
concerned College/Institute/Department of the University shall be the competent
authority to condone the absentee of any learner further up to additional 25%,
if deemed fit and on recommendation of the attendance committee of the said
college/Institute/Department of the University, wherein it is mandatory on the
said committee to do natural justice by giving personal hearing to every
learner falling short of minimum attendance for keeping terms and recommending
case by case to the competent authority having verified the genuineness and
gravity of the problem that justifies the learner to remain absent, which
generally shall be limited to his own sickness, sickness of his parent, death
of his parent etc. supported by valid evidence, documentary or otherwise.
attendance committee ensures that the attendance records are maintained in
order and that the warning letters are issued to the defaulting learners at least
twice in every semester & that in the first week of every month for the
previous month default list it display on college notice board. If they are
falling short of attendance while also displaying the list of defaulters
declaring their respective attendance for the month. The defaulting learners
should also be called (along with the parent/guardian wherever necessary) to
meet the Convener, attendance committee in the middle of the semester with a
view to make the consequences adequately clear while understanding the
difficulties if any and encouraging the learner to comply with the requirement
of the attendance. Needless to say that the learners should be made aware of
the provisions of the ordinances for attendance at the time of admission and an
undertaking may be obtained from them (countersigned by the parent/guardian
wherever necessary) assuring regular attendance while understanding the
consequences of defaulting.
6. At the
end of the semester on recommendation of the attendance committee the Principal/Director/Head
of the college/Institute/University Department shall display list of the
learners who are not allowed to keep terms, allowing them to appeal to the
Principal/Director/Head of the College/Institute/Department of the University
within 3 days from the date of display of the notice. After disposing the
appeals the Principal/Director/Head shall intimate the same to the In-charge of
Examinations/the Controller of examinations to withdraw the examination forms
of such defaulting learner sunder intimation to those learners ensuring that
this communication reaches the concerned at least 10 clear days before the
commencement of the respective examinations.
learners whose terms are not granted by the college/institute/department of the
University can appeal to the controller of examinations, if desired, in a
prescribed form and by paying fees prescribed by the Management Council within
3 days from the receipt of this intimation and that the controller of
examinations shall arrange a hearing of the learners along with their concerned
Principals/Directors/Heads of the Department, represented in person or through
a teacher nominated by them before the committee (one each for every faculty)
nominated by the Management Council comprising of 3 members including the
convener. The respective committees shall convey their decisions to the
controller of examinations which shall be final and binding on the learners
once accepted and communicated by the controller of examinations.
Q3. Can I know the procedure to apply for recommendations from the faculty / Principal?
The student need to apply to the concerned faculty / Principal stating the reason for asking for a recommendation and the name and address to whom the certificate is to be mailed. Recommendation would then be made available at the college office after 8 working days in a sealed envelope. It would be the responsibility of the student to collect the sealed envelope from the counter and mail it.
Q4. How to Apply for a Transcript?
Application stating all the relevant information along with the fees prescribed by University of Mumbai should be filed and submitted at the Counter in the College Office. It would take about 10 working days to prepare the transcript
Q5. What is the Maharashtra ranking of NM College?
"NM College BMS is ranked Ist in Mumbai & 2nd at All
India amongst all the Undergraduate Management Colleges" and "NM College is ranked Ist in
Mumbai & 7th at All India amongst all the Commerce Colleges" : India Today June
"NM College is ranked Ist in
Mumbai & 6th at All India amongst all the Commerce Colleges" : The Week, June 2012
Q6. Is NM College accredited by NAAC?
Yes N M College is accredited by NAAC with “B++” grade.
Q7. Is N M College affiliated to University of Mumbai?
Yes. N M College is permanently affiliated to University of Mumbai
Q8. How to apply for Railway Concession?
Students who are not residing in Vile Parle are eligible for Railway concession. Railway Concession is issued at the counter on submission of the application form. Railway concession form is issued on the next working day but not later than 2 working days. Students are required to submit a photocopy of proof of residence i.e. any document which establishes the relation between the students and his place of stay.
Q9. How to apply for a Bonafide Certificate?
Student is required to submit a written application (available at the counter) and pay the necessary fees. The bonafide certificate can be collected from the counter on the next working day.
Q10. Can the student change the subjects once selected?
No. Change of subject is NOT permitted once selected.
Q11. Is it compulsory for the student to remain present during the admission process?
It is advisable and preferable that the student remain be present during the admission process to ensure that proper subject combinations etc. are selected.
Q12. What are the College Timings?
Generally the college timings are as given below:
Degree College : 7.15 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.
Junior College : 12.00 noon to 6.45 p.m.
However, daily timing of lectures etc. may vary as per the requirement and availability of the faculty. Above timings are subject to change as per the requirement.
Q13. Can the fees be paid in cash?
No. The fees is to be paid Demand Draft or by Pay Order only.
In case of Junior College, the Demand Draft or Pay Order drawn in favour of “Narsee Monjee Junior College of Commerce and Economics” payable at Mumbai.
In case of Degree College, the Demand Draft or Pay Order drawn in favour of “Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics” payable at Mumbai.
Q14. Is one required to submit an Affidavit even if they have already provided a Caste Certificate?
Caste certificate must be submitted by students seeking benefits under the Reserved Category. Candidates seeking admissions under Gujarati linguistic quota must submit the affidavit.
Q15. Are Christians/Sikhs/Muslims etc. eligible to apply in the Minority Quota?
No. Only Gujarati Linguistic Minority candidates with domicile proof of residing in Maharashtra can apply under the Minority quota.
Q16. Would the Merit List be displayed on the college website?
Yes. Merit lists will be displayed on the College website along with all the necessary details of payment of fees.
Q17. Can I cancel the admission? If yes, when are the original documents returned?
Yes. The student is at liberty to cancel the admission and the documents are returned at the earliest but not later than 2 working days.
Q18. How many merit lists are displayed?
No. Of merit list to be displayed depends upon the number of students confirming their admissions. No admissions are made once the seats are filled or the admission process is stopped by the Government.
Q19. My name had appeared in the first merit list and I failed to pay the fees and submit the original documents within the stipulated time period and the next merit list is displayed. Can I pay the fees and confirm the admission after the new merit list is displayed?
No. Once a new merit list is displayed, only the students whose names appear in the displayed merit list are eligible to seek admission. All the others whose names have appeared in the previous list(s) but did not complete the formalities for confirmation of admission lose their claim on admission.
Q20. What is the basis of deciding the cut off percentages?
Based on the applications received and seats available the merit lists are prepared.
Q21. What are the courses offered in Degree College?
SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics offers two courses Bachelor of Commerce i.e. B.Com. (Specialisation in Accountancy and Business Management) and Bachelor of Management Studies i.e. B.M.S.
Q22. What are the courses offered in Junior College?
SVKM’s Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics offers the following courses in its Junior College:
- FYJC & SYJC in Commerce Stream
- Minimum Competency Vocational Courses (MCVC) or its new nomenclature “HSC Vocational” in three trades : Accountancy, Marketing and Salesmanship and Tours and Tourism.
Q23. Is NM College a minority college? If yes, what type of minority status does it enjoy?
NM College is a Linguistic Minority institute for Gujarati speaking.
Q24. Is there any specific quota for In-house students in the Degree as well as Junior College?
There is a very specific quota in admissions at F.Y.J.C. and F.Y.B.Com. class for in-house students.
In case of F.Y.B.Com. class i.e. Degree College, preference is given to the In-house students and in case if any seats remain vacant after accommodating all the in-house students, are these seats offered to the outside students. These seats are filled on purely merit basis as per the norms prescribed by the University of Mumbai and Government of Maharashtra from time to time.
However, in case of Junior college the quota for in-house students is restricted to 20% of the intake capacity.
Q25. How do you define In House Students?
Degree College: All those students who have passed the HSC Examinations from the Junior College of Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics as regular students are treated as In-House students for admissions to F.Y.B.Com. class (i.e. students who have passed their HSC examinations thru Form 17 or in October or in any of the preceding year in which the admission is sought to the Degree College will not be treated as in House students)
Junior College: Students who have passed their SSC examinations from Smt. Gokalibai Punamchand Pitambar High School (GPPH) or Chatrabhuj Narsee Memorial School (CNMS) or SVKM International School as regular students will be treated as in-house students.
For ex. Students seeking admission to FYJC / FYBCom for the academic year 2009-10, should have passed his SSC / HSC examination conducted in March 2009 as regular students of CNMS or Gokhalibai GPP or SVK International only will be treated as In-House Students.