Shri Ram College of Commerce, [SRCC] New Delhi | Discussion Forum

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Asked By Diya,
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Arun Jaitley, Nimrat Kaur, Gulshan Grover, Rakesh Omprakash Mehra are some of the notable alumni of Shri Ram College.

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Asked By Diya,
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Asked By Amit,
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CAT is the entrance exam to be answered at SRCC to get an MBA seat.

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Asked By pournami,
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hey Pournami

Here is the information you need:

Eligibility of Admission
Delhi University has prescribed the following qualification: (with 45% in aggregate as the minimum marks for admission)
Senior School Certificate Examination (12 years) of Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi with Pass in Five subjects (One language and Four elective subjects) or an examination recognized as equivalent to that.

Pre-University Examination (Two years after ten years of schooling) of an Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi).Intermediate Examination of an Indian University / Board or an Examination recognized as equivalent to that (Pass in Five written subjects).Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi (Pass in Five written subjects).General Certificate of Education Examination of the U.K. with Pass: (a) in Five subjects of Ordinary Level, and (b) at least in Two subjects at Advanced Level. These two Advanced Level subjects may either be chosen from among the five Ordinary Level subjects or from outside this group as prescribed by the University of Delhi.

The candidates who could not take admission in a cut-off list could be considered for admission in the immediate next list only on the last date of admission provided seats are available in the college/course.


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What is the Admission procedure for the academic year starting in 2016?

Is there a separate exam for this college? Or does it just go with your board marks? And if there is any link regarding the admission form, I'd be glad if you could help.

Asked By AnupamaSomula,
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Documents required at the time of Admission

  1. Fill a separate Admission Form (available from the College office).
  2. Fill University Enrolment Form (available from the College office).
  3. Undertaking by the Student and parent/Guardian separately on a Stamp Paper of Rs. 10 signed by Oath Commissioner in terms from UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009. Please check college website for the following documents that you may need to download.
    • Format of Undertaking
    • UGC Regulation on Curbing Ragging, 2009
  4. Three Passport size photographs.
  5. Self-attested photocopy of the documents from (i) to (viii) below :
    • Detailed Marks Sheet of passing Class XII examination (Qualifying Exam.)
    • Certificate of Date of Birth (Higher School Certificate - Class X).
    • Character Certificate issued by the Head of the Institution last attended.
    • Provisional Certificate of passing the Qualifying Examination - Class XII from the institution last attended.
    • Migration Certificate in case the student is from a Board/University other than Delhi.
    • Certificate from the Head of School stating that the candidate has passed Hindi Language upto class VIII, in case exemption is sought for Compulsory Test in Hindi (CTH)
    • Caste/Category certificate (if admitted under any reserved category).The candidates belonging to OBC categories should ensure that Certificate is in the name of the candidate, the caste is included in the Central List for OBC and the certificate mentions non-creamy layer status of the candidate.
    • All certificates/documents in original as mentioned above (for verification).


The students are required to deposit the fee either in cash or through cheque drawn on State Bank of India (any branch).

* The students are advised to open an account in the State Bank of India to facilitate the further payments of fees during their three years stay in the college.


The admission process in Shri Ram College of Commerce usually begins in the month of June every year when the University of Delhi opens admissions for different courses in the University of Delhi and its constituent/affiliated colleges. The University of Delhi releases a detailed Admission Schedule/Notification usually by the end of May every year. Immediately after release of Admission Schedule/Notification by the University of Delhi the SRCC also releases its admission programme as per schedule notified by the University. The college admission programme schedule can also be accessed from the College Notice Board or College Website.

For the academic year 2015-16, there will be pre-admission forms (off-line and on-line) only at the University level for all categories (General/OBC/SC/ST/PwD). The college will determine the cut-off marks for admission on the basis of marks obtained in the class XII results of the School Boards.


On scheduled date the college releases its first cut-off percentage for admission to undergraduate courses (for General, OBC, SC, ST and PwD category). Candidates who meet the cut-off percentage must approach the admission committee for confirming his/her admission as per scheduled dates and timings. In case seats remain unfilled the college will release subsequent cut-off percentage for admission as per pre-notified scheduled dates. Eligible candidates should fill-in and submit the application form with required documents to the admission committee.

The admission procedure for candidates belonging to OBC (Non Creamy Layer)/SC/ST/PwD category is same as meant for admission of candidates under Merit Basis. A separate cut-off will be declared by the College for candidates under the OBC/SC/ST/PwD category. Candidates whose caste/class falls in the Central List for OBC's and have a Non-creamy layer status will be treated eligible for admission under the category.

Candidates are, therefore, advised to obtain the OBC Certificate before hand and ensure that:

  1. Certificate is in the name of the candidate
  2. The caste/class is included in the Central List for OBC
  3. The certificate mentions non-creamy layer status of the candidate in the current year. If the certificate is not of the current year, then the candidate should provide income proof of the current year (1st April 2014 onwards) to show non-creamy layer status of the candidate.


The eligibility criteria for SC/ST/OBC/PwD categories will be according to the guidelines of the University of Delhi.

  • Students applying under these categories must possess valid SC/ST/OBC/PwD category certificates.
  • These should be issued in their own namesand be according to the criteria set down by the University of Delhi.
  • Admission for all these categories is provisional and subject to verification of the SC/ST/OBC/Medical Certificate by the competent authority. The certificates submitted will be verified from the concerned issuing authority.
  • Three percent (3%) seats in all undergraduate courses are reserved for candidates with physical disabilities (not less than 40% of disability). The 3% reservation will be allocated as follows: 1% for persons with low vision or blindness; 1% for hearing impaired; 1% for those with locomotor disabilities and cerebral palsy. However, if sufficient candidates are not available in a sub-category then candidates from other sub-categories should be considered in their place.
  • Certificate of physical disability issued by chief medical officer/civil surgeon of district or any government hospital authorised to give such certificate unde the provisions of PWD Act 1995 will be considered for admission. In case of any query you may refer to

Candidates are advised to follow the admission schedule for the concerned academic year and ensure their eligibility for admission under the concerned undergraduate course as per Admission Category and Criteria.

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