|Porgram Name||Duration||Total Tution Fee|
|Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] (Finance and Accountancy)||3 year(s)||Rs. 2.85 Lakh|
|Fee Type||Total Average Fee|
|tution fee||₹ 453,556/-|
|hostel fee||₹ 353,400/-|
|other fee||₹ 5,000/-|
|admission fee||₹ 5,000/-|
|Students fee Range||Tuition Fee|
|Up to Rs. 10000/-||50%|
|Rs. 10000 to Rs. 25000/-||25%|
|Above Rs. 25000/-||10%|
|Mode of Interview||
There is no any entrance exam, only the candidates should cleared the 12th/puc with cutoff marks prescribed by the college.
In my time the cut off percentage was 88%.
The Cut-off for Bcom,B.com F&A and Bcom morning is announced after the declaration of 12th Board results. As the admission process of this course doesn't have any GD/PI, it is purely based on your 12th percentage. Last year, for CBSE board students, cut-off was 85% and for State Board- Kerela 96%, Karnataka 90%.
For the Bcom Hons programme, one has to clear the Christ University Entrance Test(CUET) and then go through the interview process.
The applications for professional courses like B.com (international finance) opens in December and based on previous years' results (cutoff - 80%) the candidates are shortlisted and are called for proceeding with the admission process.
Admission procedure for the course B.com-International finance includes three rounds. Round one, a general aptitude test which tests the candidates on accountancy, basic mathematics, general economics, business studies, English, quantitative aptitude, logic, and reasoning. Round two, Skill assessment test (SAT) which includes testing the candidate on the writing skill. Round three, a micro presentation by the candidate and followed by a personal interview where the candidate is tested on current affairs and general knowledge.