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What is the Eligibility Criteria and Fees Structure of Christ University for B.Com Courses?

Asked By: Anonymous 11 Mar 2016

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Answer By: Getmyuni

11 March, 2016

Hii..Rounak, Eligibility for B.Com courses at Christ University are quite similar, you can check as given below.

Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Accountancy)

  • Pass in class 12 (10+2) is the minimum eligibility for applying / admission.

  • The candidate will be intimated through the unique ID login/application status page on the University website www.christuniversity.in. No other communication will be made.

  • Candidates failing to submit the application within the stipulated date and time will be considered as “Not Selected”.

  • Category certificate dated April / May 2015 (applicable for Karnataka PUC candidates) for candidates applying under various categories.

  • Only Natives of Karnataka, who can produce relevant documents from their Parish Priest/Pastor, will be considered under “CHRISTIANITY CATHOLIC” and “CHRISTIANITY NON-CATHOLIC” category.

  • BCom-F&A (Finance and Accountancy) Programme is designed to facilitate Chartered Accountancy studies and is an exclusive batch of students registered for Chartered Accountancy programme of ICAI. CPT/IPCC classes will be held from 02.00 PM to 05.00 PM daily. Classes for BCom (F&A) will be held from 6.30 AM to 01.30 PM daily. Option for second language is restricted to Kannada/Hindi/Additional English ONLY.

Fees Structure:

  • INR 60,000 Per Annum for Karnataka state Students.

  • INR 85,000 in first year then, INR 60,000 on,wards for other state Students.

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom):

Eligibility:

Similar as mention above for Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Accountancy)

Fees Structure:

  • INR 35,000 Per Annum for Karnataka State Students.

  • INR 70,000 in first year and INR 35,000 on,wards for Other State Students.

Duration of both the Courses is 3 Years

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