Streams offered under B.Com:
The eligibility criterion of the B.Com course is mentioned below:
The applicants seeking admission must have passed two year’s intermediate examination or a recognised plus two examination with aggregate of at least 40% aggregate marks. For SC/ST applicants, passing marks are sufficient for getting into the college.
Note: The applicants seeking admission belonging to SC/ST category need passing marks in plus two from recognised board or council to get admission in any of the courses mentioned above.
In the case of admission to BCA course, the applicants seeking admission with Mathematics at the intermediate level will get the first preference.
For admissions into the course, the candidate should:
The applicants seeking admission can follow these simple steps to apply for the above mentioned Under Graduation courses:
Documents required for the applicants seeking admission who belong to other states:
Registration/Admission Form Submission Process:
To apply, an applicant must complete the online Registration/Admission Form. There is a common “Registration/Admission Form” for all the courses.
Click on ‘Submit’ button to submit the duly filled Registration/Admission Form.
Once the duly filled Registration/Admission Form is submitted, proceed to submit the Registration/Admission Fee.
Mode of Registration/Admission Fee Payment:
After completing the Registration/Admission Form, the applicant can make payment by any one of following options:
Online (Debit/Credit Card or Net Banking): The applicant after filling the form needs to click on the “submit” button, a box with “SBIepay” for the online payment will appear. The applicant must fill all the details carefully and pay the fee through Debit/Credit Card or Net Banking.
Direct Transfer (NEFT): Applicant needs to login into his/her account through Net Banking and adds institute’s account as a beneficiary. After the activation of a beneficiary account, the applicant may transfer the Registration/Admission Fee directly.
The College is a Minority Institution, established and administered by a Catholic Minority.
Therefore the minority candidates receive preference for admission.
The rest of the admissions are based on merit at the qualifying exams.
Fees: The details of the fees can be had from the College Office.
Note: No refund of fees will be entertained if the parent decides to withdraw the student from the College.
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Gowri | Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Biochemistry), batch of 2018
Reviewed on Dec 27, 2017
Students after completing their 10+2 or after their long-term education can opt for our college(St.Anns) to complete their Degree.The admission procedure includes, by selecting the subject in which you are interested or according to your subject (from 10+2) and discussing with the concerned lecturers who are being provided to suggest any ideas about your course.The notification for admissions will start at the start of month June.There is no Entrance exam for undergraduate students.The students can freely choose their interested course and study on their interest. The course which I'm interested and love to study, I have chosen (Biochemistry).
Prachi | Master of Commerce [M.Com], batch of 2018
Reviewed on Nov 16, 2016
Ayesha | Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Chemistry), batch of 2017
Reviewed on Jul 19, 2017
Eligibility criteria : St. Anns typically conducts admissions in the month of june and may go up to july. The admissions are merit based and depends on the marks secured in 10+2 level. However , the criteria is very reasonable and they accept anybody with a fair percentage ( above 60%)
Guddoji | Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Statistics), batch of 2017
Reviewed on Apr 07, 2017
Archana | , batch of 2017
Reviewed on Apr 27, 2017
Sunasogodho | Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Biotechnology), batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jan 09, 2018
Graduate inter with good percentage. I didn't take any exam. If it is below 60 percentage, it is difficult to get admission in this college.