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    Information about M.Com (correspondence) admission. What are the required documents for same?

    when will start the admission for the m.com correspondence course, what are the document are recquired. please give me the more information about this





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    Re: Information about M.Com (correspondence) admission. What are the required documents for same?

    M.COM.
    Diploma/Degree: Degree
    Course: Post Graduate
    Course Duration: Two year full-time course

    Admission Procedure

    The procedure for admission to M. Com. consists of the following:

    1. Entrance test
    2. Procedure for application
    3. Eligibility conditions
    4. Confirmation of Admission


    The Following Documents and Attested Copies of the Certificates Should Be attached with the Application form Without Which the Application for Admission Will Not Be Entertained.:-
    1. Bank Draft/Pay Order of any State Bank of India payable at Delhi branch of the bank.
    2. Draft for Category 'A' Rs. 5500/- Category 'B' Rs. 5000/- and Category 'C' Rs. 14,000/-
    3. Two recent passport size photo-ghraph to be affixed (a) one on the Application Form and (b) another on Identity Card Form. It should be pasted not stapled.
    4. Self - attested Photocopy of 10th Certificate.
    5. Self - attested Photocopy of 12th Passing Certificate and Mark=sheet.
    6. Self - attested Photocopy of I, II and III Year Mark=sheet.
    7. Original Provisional Certificate of Graduation for Current Year Student.
    8. Migration or Leaving Certificate in Original.
    9. Self attested photocopy of Reserve Category Certificate of the Candidate, if applicable (for example SC/St/OBC/PC etc.)
    10. Candidate are required to produce all the Original Certificate for Verification at the time of admission.
    The copies of the certificates should be attested by a Gazetted Officer/1st Class Magistrate. The seal or the rubber stamp of the Gazetted Officer/1st Class Magistrate must also be affixed.




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