Candidates are required to go to the Official website.
In the official website, candidates are required to click on the student tab.
In the student's sections, they can find the admissions tab.
Candidates are required to click on the admissions tab where the details regarding admission procedure will be provided.
In the admission sections, different links for notices are given.
Click on the admissions form link and a new tab with the application form will open.
Candidates are required to first read the instructions and then register
Then the candidates are required to select the course that they wish to apply for
After selecting the course, the candidates must then fill the application form
Candidates can verify the details after filling the application form
After verifying the details, then the candidates can make the payment
Candidates are required to note the application number
The admission selection procedure of the candidates will be based on their merit and the availability of the seats in Jai Hind College, Mumbai.
Documents required at the time of admission:
Marksheet original & attested copies
Leaving certificate: original & attested copies
Print out of online admission form Part 1 & 2
Attested Copy of Aadhar card
3 passport size colour photographs
Eligibility Form (in original) duly filled and signed
Deed of Undertaking on Stamp Paper / Franked
One Attested copy of Marksheet
One Attested copy of Leaving Certificate
Migration Certificate Original & Attested.
Hall Ticket in Original
Original & Attested Copies of Provisional Marksheet converted in Percentage.
03 Passport size colour photos.
Include: - Original + Attested Copies of Pass Certificate
Exclude:- Original Hall Ticket
All the Boards:
For Girl Freeship: Original Ration Card & Attested Copies of first & last pages.
The candidates for admission are required to have passed 10+2 examination from CBSE or other recognized board of examination are eligible to apply for Jai Hind College, Mumbai admissions 2019.
For admissions into any of the B.Com programs, the candidates should have passed in Higher Secondary School Examination with Maths and English as core subjects.
B.Com in Banking & Insurance:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Banking & Insurance) Degree Course shall have passed XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at (40% in case of reserved category) one & the same sitting.
Must have passed 10+2 from any recognized Board
B.Com in Banking & Insurance
Candidates for admission to the Degree Course in Mass Media should have passed XII Std examination from the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate.
The candidate for admission into the Degree Course in Management Studies should have passed XII Std. Examination from the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate at first sitting are eligible to apply for Jai Hind College, Mumbai
A candidate eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Science degree course shall have passed 12th std. examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent and secured not less than 35% marks in aggregate.
Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination or equivalent with any stream from any recognized Board are eligible to apply for Jai Hind College, Mumbai.
My course is BA Economics and Jai Hind has majorly 2 categories i.e BA Economics or BA psychology. The admission process was very simple to follow. There are no specific entrances to be given. After the Maharashtra boards result is out, all the colleges under MU release their forms on a specific date along with a pre-decided submission date for the forms. There are usually 4 cutoff lists. Which range from higher 90s to lower 80s.
The eligibility criteria for B.Sc. IT course is minimum 45 maths marks in 12th grade in arts science or commerce with maths. The admission procedure is online and then offline submission The cutoffs are 85 maths marks on the first 2 list. The last list goes down will 65
The cut off keeps varying with the syllabus for each year as well as the number of candidates appearing. There's no such entrance exam for the graduation course... You can directly fill the form and get admission based on the rank and marks accordingly
You need to apply through an online portal right after you SSC or equivalent examination. There is no such entrance test for the admission. Cutoffs-Fyjc Science-85% Commerce-90% Arts-90%
Candidates are given admission into Jai Hind College, Mumbai according to the marks obtained in the qualifying examination along with the entrance test score.
There is no entrance exam. The typical cutoff is 80% or above for open category and 60% or above for Sindhi students.
No entrance exam for this one, only the 12th board exam marks were counted. Cut off was 85% on the first list when I applied in 2012.
The candidate must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute. No entrance exam is conducted. Minimum 85% cutoff mark is required.