Admission

Process

Admission Process
Check Eligibility: Refer link Commerce section.

Course Intake Course Highlights Eligibility
B.Com. 600 Specialisation Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or its equivalent Examination with English.
A. Cost & Works Accounting
B. Business Administration
C. Business Entreprenuership
D. Business Statistics
E.Marketing Management
F. Banking & Finance
G.Vocational Tax Procedure &Practice
H.Strategic Finance(CMA-USA)
I.International Finance (ACCA)
BBA 160 Specialisation Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) or its equivalent Examination with English.
(40% for open and 35% for Reserve category)
A. Finanace
B. Marketing
C. Services
BBA IB 80 BBAIB is a specialised course in International Trade.
EXIM and other areas like banking, marketing, economics supply chain logistics etc give an insight into their International features.
It helps students to understand how the trade is conducted amongst the different countries globally.
BBA CA 80 BBA CA syllabus is a dynamic one,created with a practical and project oriented approach.
Students can easily fulfill the corporate demands of developing systems in Java,PHP, Asp.net
B.M.S 60 Syllabus based on E-commerce and Logistics.2 Years on campus and one year apprenticeship Pass in +2 in any Group with not less than 50% marks from a recognised Board ,Preferable: Should have taken either ‘Mathematics’ or ‘Business Statistics’ or ‘Business Mathematics’ as one of the subjects in +2.
M.Com. 60 Specialisation (a) For Indian Student : The Student who (for Colleges) has passed any degree of this University OR Any other recognized university. Shall be admitted to M.Com. Course.
(b) For foreign Student : Any graduate from foreign university with Minimum four Commerce subjects.
(c) Bachelor of Computer Application
A. Advance Accounting
B. Advance Cost Accounting
C. Business Administration
PGDIB 60 It is a one year part time diploma course which gives basic information about international tradeto students.
Marketing, laws, economics etc are taught with the global perspective.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce with IInd class (50 % International Business agreegate marks), Business Administration, Social, Mental, Moral Sciences, Physical Sciences, Engineering, Pharmacy
PGDBF 60 It is a one year diploma which gives an insight into banking rules and regulations to the students. It id helpful for those who wish to make a career in banking. A Bachelor’s Degree in any faculty.

F.Y.B.Com.
Application to F.Y.B.Com.
1. Application link is open after XII result of Maharashtra Board
2. Fill Application through BMCC website and submit online. (Mastersoft Portal)
3. Display of Overall List students on BMCC website.
4. Display of Select List of students as per the merit in XII (We follow government rules and SPPU norms)
Admission to F.Y.B.Com.
5. Selected students get admission to F.Y.B.Com.
6. Fill Admission Form
7. Verification and submission of Original Documents
8. Allotment of Division and Subject
9. Payment of Fees.
10. Submission of Hard copy of Admission Form and Fee receipt

F.Y.B.B.A. /FY BBA IB/FY BBA CA
1. Application to F.Y.BBA. Course
2. Application link opens after XII result of Maharashtra Board
3. Fill Application form through BMCC website and submit online. (Mastersoft Portal)
4. Display of Overall List students on BMCC website.
5. Display of Select List of students as per the merit in XII (We follow government rules and SPPU norms)
6. Selected students get admission to F.Y.B.B.A./FY BBA IB/FY BBA CA.
7. Fill Admission Form
8. Verification and submission of Original Documents.
9. Payment of Fees.
10. Submission of Hard copy of Admission Form and Fee receipt

PGDIB/PGDBF/PG Diploma BIG Data Analytics
1. Application to PGDIB Course
2. Application link opens after graduation result of SPPU
3. Fill Application form through BMCC website and submit online. (Mastersoft Portal)
4. Display of Overall List students on BMCC website.
5. Display of Select List of students as per the merit in Graduation (We follow government rules and SPPU norms)
6. On verification of documents, selected students get admission to PGDIB
7. Fill Admission Form
8. Verification and submission of Original Documents
9. Payment of Fees.
10. Submission of Hard copy of Admission Form and Fee receipt
11. Student should collect Identity card from Library (On presenting Fee Receipt)

Diploma in Advertising, Graphics and Communication/ Diploma in Tourism Management
1. Application to Diploma in Advertising, Graphics and Communication Course
2. Application link opens after 12th result.
3. Fill Application form through BMCC website and submit online. (Mastersoft Portal)
4. Display of Overall List students on BMCC website.
5. Display of Select List of students as per the merit in Graduation (We follow government rules and SPPU norms)
6. On verification of documents, selected students get admission to
7. Fill Admission Form
8. Verification and submission of Original Documents.
9. Payment of Fees.
10. Submission of Hard copy of Admission Form and Fee receipt
11. Student should collect Identity card from Library (On presenting Fee Receipt)

Rules & Regulations

B.Com.

For the Award of B. Com. Degree
Applicable for the Autonomous College Students
i.e. F.Y. B. Com Students w.e.f. academic year 2017-18

1.Short Title and Commencement:

(a) These Regulations shall be called as “BMCC Regulations for the Award of B.Com. Degree”;

(b) They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the appropriate authorities and governing body of the Autonomous College.

(c) They shall be applicable for all the students enrolling in the First Year of B.Com. Degree Programme at BMCC from the academic year 2017-18.

2. Full forms of the abbreviations used in BMCC B.Com. Rules and Regulations:

i. “B.Com.”- Bachelor of Commerce, an under graduate three years degree course of autonomous BMCC, awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University

ii. “GB”- Governing Body of the autonomous BMCC

iii. “College”- Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune

iv. “AC”- Academic Council of the autonomous college

v. “BOS”- Board of Studies of the autonomous college, with the specific functions

vi. “COE”- Controller of Examination of the autonomous college

vii. “IQAC”- Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the autonomous college

viii. “Principal”- Principal of the autonomous college

ix. “Vice Principal” – Vice Principal of the autonomous college

x. “Government”- Government of Maharashtra

xi. “Prescribed”- prescribed by these or any other regulations of the college

xii. “Regulations”- Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune(Autonomous)

xiii. “University”- Savitribai Phule Pune University

xiv. “DES”- Deccan Education Society, the parent body of the college

xv. “CIE”- Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi. “SEE” – Semester End Examination

xvii. “PIS”-Performance Improvement Scheme

xviii. “MCQ”– Multiple Choice Question

3. Preamble:

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the college, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Phule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examinations and evaluations, activities and functions at the B. Com. level. It is expected that the regulations will enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the college and prepare them to face the challenges in their careers ahead. It may be noted that:

(a) The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all B. Com. programmes offered at the college, under autonomous status.

(b) They shall also be applicable to all the new programmes, which may be introduced at the college in the future.

(c) Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a student to obtain the degree.

4.Academic Calendar

Semester: Two semesters in an academic year. Total six semesters in the three year degree course.

Duration: Each semester will be of minimum 19 working weeks. It includes actual teaching, evaluation and examination programmes, seminars, etc.

Credit Courses: The pattern of credit system can be changed by the Academic Council as per the need and experience. The changes made by the Academic Council and granted by the Governing Body can be applicable from the same academic year.

 

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 21 3 Compulsory and 4  Elective courses @ 3 credits each
Semester II 21 3 Compulsory and 4  Elective courses @ 3 credits each
Semester III 18 5 Compulsory courses and 1 Elective course @ 3 credits each
Semester IV 18 5 Compulsory courses and 1 Elective course @ 3 credits each
Semester V 18 4 Compulsory courses and 2 Elective course @ 3 credits each
Semester VI 18 4 Compulsory courses and 2 Elective course @ 3 credits each
114 from Regular Courses
01 Environmental Studies
05 from Skill Courses or Department Experience
Total 120 minimum required for award of degree

5. Admissions:

a) The intake capacity of each programme shall be as per the directives and sanction of the Government. The increase and decrease in the same shall be approved by the Government.

b) The admission policy shall be as per the Government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis. The college can take decision about the need of an entrance test for the admission in first year B.Com.

c) Admissions to the first year of all the programmes shall be made before the start of each academic year

d) The College shall also admit a limited number of students from the Non-Resident Indian (NRI), Persons ofIndian Origin (PIO) and Foreign National categorie to the First Year of all the programmes, as per Government rules.

e) BMCC reserves the right to revoke the admission of any candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not fulfill all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.

f) BMCC also reserves the right to cancel admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at any stage of studentship for the unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.

6. Evaluation and Examination:

a) Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) worth 40 marks and External Examination, i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 60 marks for each course is mandatory. A student has to obtain minimum 40% marks to qualify in CIE and SEE.

b) A student is allowed to carry all courses from first semester one to semester two,semester three to semester four and semester four to semester six. A student is allowed to keep terms only for three regular courses from first year to second year and second year to third year, but he/she has to pass in all regular courses of the first year to take admission in third year.

7. A student has to qualify for skill courses that carry weightage of 5 credits during the degree period of three years. Skill courses include the courses listed and approved by the AC. A student has to choose minimum one skill course, except when he/she is selected in any of the Experiential Learning Departments i.e. National Service Scheme (NSS), National Cadet Corps (NCC), Cultural, Sports and Students Development Board (earlier known as Student Welfare Board). Experiential Learning Departments will evaluate the selected and enrolled students for minimum 5 credits during the three years. The students who are not selected in these departments have to gain minimum 5 credits from skill courses offered by the college.

(a). All skill courses shall be recommended by the Academic Council and Finance Committee and approved by the GB. The skill courses may ask for the payment of additional fees if required. The college may involve some outside training institutes or professional bodies for such skill courses to make them student centric and to improve students employability.

8. The examination andevaluation related rules and regulations for all courses should be framed by the Examination Committee in consultation with all BOS and with the approval of the AC and the GB.

9. The college shall arrange regular academic and co-curricular activities for the students during academic year. The academic activities in a year shall normally include inter collegiate and intra collegiate competitions, seminars, workshops, guest lectures, industrial visits, study tours, internships programs, collaborative activities and any other activity connected with the academic learning of the students. The participation and performance in such activities can be considered for the evaluation of students.

10. The College shall arrange extracurricular activities for the students during an academic year.The activities in a year shall normally include inter collegiate and intra collegiate competitions, Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, activities of Students Development Board, Heritage Collective, Sports Department, Social Forum, Nature Club, Red Cross etc. and any other activity organized by the college and connected with the value inculcation and social learning of students. The participation and performance in such activities may be considered for the evaluation of students.

11. Hostel Facility:

a) Hostel facility for boys and girls students, is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admissions. Hostels are governed and managed by the Deccan Education Society and a student has to follow the norms of hostels and pay the fees as per the DES Norms. The college can accommodate a limited number of boys and girls students in the hostels.

b) The method of admission to hostels, rent payable per seat and the discipline is to be followed by the residents shall be as per rules and regulations of the DES.

12. Attendance:

a) Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent (of all the academic activities) lectures in the college.For tutorials, guest lectures, seminars, workshops, presentations, competitions,and other activities of the college also the attendance is must.

b) Extra-Curricular Activities (EAC): Students should also participate in activities like Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, Students Development, Heritage Collective, Sports, Social forum, Nature Club, Red Cross etc. Such activities shall be available for interested students,with minimum attendance of 75 percent in selected activity by the student.

c) Students shall also be required to take part in other academic and non-academic activities and attend requisite camps, as and when arranged by the College during the academic year.

d) Students, desirous of leave of absence for less than two weeks during a semester, shall apply for it in advance to the class mentor (faculty) or Vice Principal giving reasons and providing supporting documents, if any and get it approved.

e) Absence, due to the illness or any other reason for a period of less than two weeks in a semester, for which a student could not make prior application may be condoned by the college authorities after the proper verification of students.

f) The Principal and Vice Principal shall be the authority for sanctioning the leave of students outside clauses (d)and (e) above, after receiving their applications along with recommendations of the Faculty Mentor.

g) In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise, the Principal or Vice Principal shall decide whether the student should be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester or not.

h) In all cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (d)-(f) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).

i) It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to inform Rector of the hostel and also to the concerned course instructor,regarding his/her absence before proceeding for the leave.

13. Conduct and Discipline:

a) All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the premises of the College.

b) Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the premises of the college and if the student found indulging in them would be dealt with severely and would be dismissed from the College.

c) The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the premises of the college shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct, punishable as indiscipline:

· Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behavior;

· Willful damage to the property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;

· Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco, alcoholic drinks and banned drugs in the campus;

· Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library material, like. Books;

· Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;

· Hacking in computer systems, either hardware or software or both;

· Any other act considered by the College as mentioned as indiscipline.

d) In each case the punishment shall be based on the gravity of offence, consisting of reprimand, levy of fine,expulsion from Hostel, debarring from examination, rustication for a period to outright expulsion.

e) The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively the Rector of the Hostel and the Principal.

f) In all the cases of offence committed by the student in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c),the Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.

g) All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand, shall be considered and decided by the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee.

h) All other cases of indiscipline by the student, such as adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Vice Principal for taking the appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.

i) In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Principal, who shall constitute the appropriate Committees to review the case.

14. Course Structure:

a) Each course offered in the B. Com. curriculum at the College shall be denoted by a code using a total number of three to four numbers, and a letter in case of elective courses. i.e. a course in Semester I ‘Compulsory English Paper I’ is denoted by code 101 and indicates semester 1 paper number 01, a paper in Semester II “ Marathi” is denoted by 207B and indicates semester 2paper number 07, B indicates that the other subjects are available as options. The code of new syllabus and courses introduced will be decided by the COE and the Assistant COE.

b) In addition to the credit requirements prescribed above for the Degree award, each student shall have to complete the requirements of Extra Activities as referred to earlier in the section 8 and 9.

c) A student shall register for the regular course credits per semester explained above to acquire in the section 4 during his/her studentship at the College. He/She has to register for the additional skill courses for minimum 5 credits during the period of three years. However, a student can register for extra credits offered by the college over and above 120 credits which will be reflected in his transcript.

d) The medium of instruction for course work and examinations at the College shall be English. The course work for the pogramme shall be broadly divided into six main Boards of Studies, as follows:

· Accounting,Taxation and Law

· Language Studies

· Economics and Banking

· Business Studies

· Computer Application and Business Mathematics and Statistics

· Experimental Learning

f) Each BOS shall be responsible for planning the curriculum and syllabi for all the courses included for the Programme for approval by the AC. However, the IQAC shall be the in-charge for Quality assessment of the programs and activities. The IQAC shall depute a committee to fix the timetable and to collect the feedback from the students.

g) The BOS shall have departments according to the subjects and each department shall have the flexibility to decide the parameters for internal evaluation worth 40 marks of which the MCQ exam of 20marks is recommended.

h) The Principal shall assign Faculty Mentor for all the classes. It shall be the responsibility of the Faculty Mentor to help the students in planning their course work and other academic activities in the class, and also to monitor and advise them regularly on their academic and other performance at the College.

15. Registration for Skill Courses:

a) The students who are not selected in any of the Experiential Learning Department must register themselves for as many skill courses as required as to earning minimum 5 credits. However, a student can register for more courses and gain as many credits as he or she wants. However,the Principal will have the right to assign some tasks, project, survey or any other project to interested students for these 5 credits in exceptional cases and for deserving students.

b) With the approval of the AC and the GB, the College can introduce the paid as well as free skill courses as per the students’ requirements to increase the employability of the students.

c) Students shall be permitted to register for skill course work only if they have:

i. Cleared all dues of the College, Hostel and Library, including fines (if any) of the previous semester,

ii. Made all the required advance payments towards the College and Hostel dues for the current semester before the closing date, and

iii. Not been debarred from registration of courses on any other specific ground.

iv. Qualified the required courses as per Section 5

16. Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

a) A student is allowed to keep term for only four courses (subjects) to get into the next semester three or five.If a student exceeds failure in more than four subjects he/she will not be eligible to get admission in the next year. If a first year student has four or less than four failed subjects, then he/she should appear and pass all failed courses in second year in order to be eligible to be admitted in third year i.e. Sem V. The backlog examinations are conducted prior to the regular examinations.

b) A student who has not passed in four out of twelve regular courses in Second academic year is allowed to get admitted in Third year i.e. Sem VI (subject to provision in clause (a) .Student should appear and pass all the courses in Third year in order to be eligible to get the degree.

c) Student must enroll and pass skill courses of 5 credits during the period of three years in order to get the degree certificate.Failure in evaluation in skill courses should not be counted in the ATKT rules.

d) Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to inter collegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester only.

e) Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause (d) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The re-exam parameters for such students can be different than other students under the discretion of the teacher and head of the department. The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BOS.

17. Programme Duration:

a) The Programme duration for a student to complete the academic and other requirements at the College and to qualify for the award of Degree by the University shall be normally of 6 semesters. However, the college may extend the same for two academic years after the completion of three years of regular duration. In case the student is unable to pass the particular semester or qualify for the admission in the next year, he/she can be allowed maximum period of 5years from the date of his admission in first year to qualify the degree. In case of failure to comply a student has to take re-admission in the first year. The student should pass the course within3 years from his/her admission to the respective Semester. The re-registration would be necessary in case of failure to pass in three years.

b) A student will not be awarded degree if his/her CGPA at the end of the course is less than 5.0 For such students the Performance Improvement Scheme is recommended wherein he/she is eligible to take any three subjects for the class improvement.

18. Temporary Withdrawal:

a) A student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness,grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening. The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester, provided that

i. He/She applies to the College within at least 3 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later, stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal along with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.

ii. The College is satisfied that,even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 120 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

iii. The student shall have settled all dues of the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

b) A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provisions shall be required to pay fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College. However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.

c) Normally, a student shall been titled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College.This temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the five years duration as per section 17 (a).

19. Termination from the Programme:

A student shall be required to leave the College on the following grounds :-

i. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities shall result in student’s name being struck off from the college rolls.

ii. Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

iii. If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular courses and skill courses of the program.

20. Examination and Performance Assessment:

a) Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) is to be normally conducted by the subject teacher of the semester; This shall include MCQ Exam, Presentations by the students, project viva voice,tutorial, assignments, lab assessment, etc. as prescribed and decided by the BOS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to the Exam Department by the respective teachers.

b) External Exam called as Semester End Examination (SEE) is to be conducted by the Exam Department preferably jointly with external examiners. This shall include written examination for all courses.

c) The evaluation of the project work shall be based on the work assigned by the project supervisor. Seminars, presentations,project reports and assessments is by the Project Evaluation Committee appointed by the BOS and COE.

d) In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the Authority of the College.

e) While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the Department concerned and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Department of the College. The record of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by the Examination Section.

f) The performance of students at every stage of the CIE may be announced by the concerned subject teacher. The subject teacher can also show the assessed answer books to the students on demand before the submission of final marks to the Controller of Examinations.

g) Question Papers: For being able to conduct the testing of the students in an effective manner, good question papers shall be used as the principal tool, making it necessary for the question papers at CIE and SEE to:

i. Coverall sections of the course syllabus uniformly;

ii. Be unambiguous and free from any defects/errors;

iii. Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving & quantitative methods;

iv. Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;

v. Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.

h) In case of errors in the question papers, students should be notified within first 30 minutes of the examination.

i) Therefore,the question papers, particularly at SEE, shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.

j) Besides,the course syllabi shall be well drafted, defect-free and properly unitized (or modularized) to enable the distribution of questions in the question papers to cover the whole syllabus. These aspects shall have to be taken into account, in particular,by the concerned BOS.

k) There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam Department as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by the Examination Department.

l) Multiple Choice Questions having each question to be answered by tick marking the correct answer from the choices (commonly four) given against it. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension,application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students.Usually CIE shall be of this type.

m) Comprehensive Questions having all questions of the regular type to be answered in detail. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of overall understanding and maturity of the students of the subject through long questions relating to theoretical/practical knowledge, derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.

n) The College shall maintain a high standard in both the CIE and the SEE and ensure the declaration of final results including the SGPA and the CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses shall be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA of the student.

For meeting these requirements, Examination Department shall undertake following steps:

i. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance, maintain transparency in its operation, declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer sheet and assignment sheets to the Examination Department on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.

ii. SEE shall be preferably conducted jointly by the Examination Department considering the tight time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher only in the setting of the question paper.

iii. The answer sheets of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher only; but, an external review of the entire SEE shall be conducted under the aegis of the Board of Examiners of the College before declaring the results. This step shall be useful to the College to gain the confidence of the University on the fairness and transparency in the system.

iv. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 40 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.

v. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:

1. Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;

2. Irregular in attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;

3. Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;

4. CIE Performance far below the passing standard

21. Grading System:

a) The College shall follow the award of SGPA system to the students based on their performance at the end of every semester, and CGPA system for the award of transcript (mark sheet) at the end of degree program.

Credit System Evaluation Method

Sr. No. Range of Marks Letter Grades Grade Points
1 96-100 O 10.0
2 91-95 A++ 9.5
3 86-90 A+ 9.0
4 81-85 A 8.5
5 76-80 B++ 8.0
6 71-75 B+ 7.5
7 65-70 B 7.0
8 61-65 C++ 6.5
9 56-60 C+ 6.0
10 51-55 C 5.5
11 46-50 P+ 5.0
12 41-45 P 4.5
13 40 P 4.0
14 0-39 F 0.0

Grade Point Average:

i. A Grade Point Average (GPA) for a year is calculated as:

GPA = ∑ (C * G)

 

∑C

Where C= Number of credits for the subject paper

G= Grade points obtained by the candidate in that subject paper

ii.  Grade Point Average (GPA) is awarded to a candidate who passes in all the subject papers in the academic year.

iii. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated by the end of third Year by using the same formula provided a candidate passes in all subject papers of all the three years.

iv. Declaration of class is based on CGPA as follows:

Distinction ≥ 7.5 and above

First Class ≥ 6.5 but less than 7.5

Second Class ≥ 5.5 but less than 6.5

Pass Class ≥ 4.5 but less than 5.5

Example of Calculation of SGPA :
SGPA Calculation
Course Code Course Credits Marks Grade Points Credit Points
101 3 68 7.0 21
102 3 94 9.5 28.5
103 3 73 7.5 22.5
104 3 61 6.5 19.5
105 3 59 6.0 18
106 3 83 8.5 25.5
107 3 78 7.5 22.5
Total 21 Total Credit Points 157.5
SGPA = Total Credit Points
Total Credits
SGPA = 157.5 7.5
21
CGPA = Total of Credit Points (6 Semesters)
Total Credits (6 Semesters)

b) A student is considered to have completed a course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures CGPA4.0

c) A transcript shall include all the regular courses, skill courses and additional or outside courses if approved and accepted by the AC.

d) Both the SGPA and CGPA shall notbe rounded off to the first place of decimal and recorded as it is for ease of presentation. The CGPA is used for the purpose of determining the merit ranking.

e) Other academic requirements of the Programme include activity participation record, Skill Courses record to issue the transcript and the award of Degree.

f) It shall be open to each student to take additional courses from outside over and above the minimum limit of 125credits from the third semester onwards, with the concurrence approval of the AC and BOS.

g) Withholding of Grades: The Grades of a student in a semester shall be withheld and not declared if the student fails to pay the dues to the College or has disciplinary action pending against him/her.

22. Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a) A student shall be eligible for the award of B. Com. Degree from the College and the University provided:

· Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 4.0 grade points or higher in each of the courses, has
satisfactorily completed skill courses and participated in the workshops, seminars, and activities organized by the College;

· Satisfactorily completed all the non-credit requirements.

· Obtained a CGPA of >= 4.00 at the end of the semester in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;

· Paid all the dues to the College including the Departments, Hostels, Library and other units; and,

· No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b) The AC shall be the recommending authority for the award of B. Com. Degree to the student fulfilling all the requirements specified under the clause (a) and the Board shall be the approving authority.

(c) The Degree shall then be granted by the University to the student.

23.CGPA improvement after completion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degree

a) A student who secures CGPA between 4.0 and 6.0 after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to withdraw their grade in a given course with poor grade and permitted to reappear for the examination for improving the grade and in turn CGPA.

b) A student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing of his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation. He/she will submit a written application to the Dean academics seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement within one month from the date of declaration of result or one week before the date of convocation of University of Pune whichever is earlier. This application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college. No student will be admitted once the subject registration process of that semester ends.

c) For grade improvement a student will have to take maximum 3 courses in which he/she has secured 4.0 to 6.0grade points in one stretch.

d) A student can choose maximum three theory courses from a particular semester offered for F.Y , S.Y or T.Y B.Com in which he/she has secured .0 to 6.0 grade points. A student will have to register for these courses in a particular semester in which those subjects are offered.

e) At the time of registration a student will surrender all the original mark lists given to him by the College. He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not do any use of surrendered marklists till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.

f) A student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay required fees as laid down by the college time to time.

g) A student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for all the evaluation tests conducted for the particular subjects. No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of such students misses any of the tests or examinations. Absentee for Semester End Examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.

h) The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.

i) A student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all the three subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the summer term or re-examination in such cases.

j) Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.

k) A student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued fresh mark lists by the College. These mark lists will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new mark lists will be that as issued for other students appearing in those subjects. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for Degree Certificate from the University.

BBA

For the Award of B.B.A. Degree
Applicable for the autonomous college students
i.e. F.Y. B.B.A Students from the academic year2017-18

1. Short Title and Commencement:

(a) These Regulations shall be called the “BMCC Regulations for the Award of Degree BBA”;

(b) They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the Governing Body of the Autonomous College.

(c) They shall be applicable for all students enrolling for First Year of BBA. Degree programme at the College from Academic year 2017-18.

2. Definitions:

i. “B.B.A.” means Bachelor of Business Administration, an Under Graduate Degree awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University;

ii. “GB” means Governing Body of the autonomous college;

iii. “College” means Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune;

iv. “AC” means Academic Council autonomous college;

v. “BoS” means Board of Studies of the autonomous College, with the specific functions

vi. “COE” means Controller of Examination of Autonomous College;

vii. “IQAC” means Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the autonomous college;

viii. “Principal” means Principal of the autonomous College;

ix. “ Vice Principal” means Vice Principal of the autonomous College;

x. “Government” means Government of the Maharashtra;

xi. “Prescribed” means prescribed by these or any other Regulations of the College;

xii. “Regulations” Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune

xiii. “University” means Savitribai Phule Pune University;

xiv. “DES” means Deccan Education Society, a parent body of the college.

xv. “CIE” Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi. “SEE” Semester End Examination

3. Preamble:

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the College, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Pule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examination and evaluation,activities and functions at the B.B.A level. It is expected that the Regulations will enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the College and prepare themselves to face the challenges in their careers ahead. It may be noted that:

(a) The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all the B.B.A. Programmes offered at the College, under autonomous status;

(b) They shall also be applicable to all the new Programmes, which may be started at the College in the future;

(c) Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a student to get the award of degree;

4. Academic Calendar :

Semester: Two semesters in an academic year Total Six Semesters in three year degree course

Duration: Each semester will be of19 working Weeks (Actual teaching)

Credit Courses

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 21 6 Compulsory courses
Semester II 19 6 Compulsory courses
1 EVS
Semester III 19 4 Compulsory courses
  2 Elective courses
Semester IV 20 4 Compulsory courses
  2 Elective course
Semester V 21 4 Compulsory courses
  2 Elective course
Semester VI 20 4 Compulsory courses
  2 Elective course
120 from Regular Courses
5 from Skill Courses
Total 125 minimum required for award of degree

5. Admissions:

a) The intake capacity of each programme should be as per the directives and sanction of government. The increase and decrease of the same should be approved by the government.

b) The admission policy should be as per the government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis.

c) There is an entrance test for admission to the first year of BBA

d) Admissions to the first year of all the programmes shall be made before the start of each academic year

e) The College shall also admit to first year of the programmes, a limited number of students of Non-Resident Indian(NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Foreign National categories, as per Government rules.

f) The College reserves the right to revoke the admission made to a candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not fulfill all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.

g) The College also reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at any stage of studentship for unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.

6. Evaluation and Examination:

a) Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) of 40 marks and External Examination i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 60 marks for each course is mandatory, Students has to score minimum 40% marks to qualify in each type of evaluation parameter and external exam.

b) Student is allowed to carry all courses from first term to second, third to fourth and fifth to sixth. Student is allowed to keep term only for four regular courses from first year to second year and second year to third year, but he/she has to pass all regular courses of first year to take admission in third year.

7. A student has to qualify skill courses of a weightage of 5 (five)credits during the degree period of three years. Skill courses include the courses listed and declared by the AC. Student has to take skill course/sin the second year and third year.

8. The Examination and evaluation patterns, rules and regulations of all courses and will be decided by Examination committee in consultation with BoS and with approval from AC.

9. The College shall arrange regular academic and co-curricular activities for the students during the academic year. The academic activities in a year shall normally include Inter collegiate and intra collegiate competition, seminars,workshops, study Circle, guest lectures, industrial visits, study tours,internships programs, collaborative activities and any other activity connected to the academic learning of the students organized by college. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.

10. The College shall arrange extracurricular activities for the students during the academic year. The activities in a year shall normally include Intercollegiate and intra collegiate competition, Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC,Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum,Nature Club, Red Cross etc. and any other activity organized by college and connected to the value inculcation and social learning of the students. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.

11. Hostel Facility:

a) Hostel facility for men and women students is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admissions, Hostels are governed and managed by Deccan Education Society and student has to follow the norms of hostels and fess as per DES Norms, it can admit a limited number of men and women students in the hostels.

b) The method of admission to students hostels, rent payable per each seat allotted and the discipline to be followed by the residents shall be as per rules and regulations framed by the DES.

12. Attendance:

a) Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent of all the classes arranged like, lectures, tutorials, Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Presentations, Competitions, and other activities of the college for being permitted to attend the External Examination.

b) Extra-Curricular Activities (EAC) atleast one of the activities like Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum, Nature Club,Red cross etc. shall be compulsory for students, with at least a minimum attendance of 75 percent in each of them.

c) Students shall also be required to take part in any other academic and nonacademic activities and attend the camps, as and when arranged by the college during the academic year.

d) Students desirous of leave of absence for less than two weeks during a semester shall apply for it in advance to the Head of the Department giving reasons & supporting documents, if any and get it approved.

e) Absence due to illness or any other reason for a period less than two weeks in a semester, for which a student could not make prior application, may be condoned by the Head of the Department after proper verification.

f) The Vice Principal shall be the Authority for sanctioning the leave of students outside clauses (d) and (e) above, after receiving their applications along with recommendations of the Heads of Departments.

g) In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise, the Vice Principal shall decide whether the student be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester.

h) In all the cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (d)-(f) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).

i) It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to intimate the warden of his/her hostel and also the concerned course instructors regarding his/her absence before proceeding on leave.

13. Conduct and Discipline:

a) All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the College.

b) Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the precincts of the College and the students found indulging in them should be dealt with severely and dismissed from the College.

c) The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the precincts of the College shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct punishable as indiscipline:

· Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behavior;

· Willful damage of property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;

· Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco,alcoholic drinks and banned drugs in the campus;

· Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library material, like. Books;

· Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;

· Hacking in computer systems, either hardware or software or both;

· Any other act considered by the College as of gross indiscipline.

d) In each case above, the punishment shall be based on the gravity of offence, covering from reprimand, levy of fine,expulsion from Hostel, debar from examination, rustication for a period, to outright expulsion.

e) The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively, the Rector of the Hostels and the Head of the concerned Department.

f) In all the cases of offence committed by students in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c), the Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.

g) All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand shall be considered and decided by the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee.

h) All other cases of indiscipline of students, like adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Vice Principal, for taking appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.

i) In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Director, who shall constitute appropriate Committees to review the case.

14. Course Structure:

a) Each course offered in the B.B.A. curriculum at the College shall be denoted by a code using a total of three to four, and a letter in case of elective courses. In addition to the credit requirement prescribed above for the Degree award, each student shall have to complete the requirements of Extra Activities as referred to earlier in section 8 and 9.

b) Each student shall register for regular courses credits per semester explained in section 4 during his/her studentship at the College, with the additional skill courses credits being minimum 5 credits during the period of three years.However a student can register for extra credit offered by the college over and above 125 credits which will be reflected in his/her transcript.

c) The medium of instruction for course work and examinations at the College shall be English. The course work for the Programme shall be broadly divided into five main board of studies, as follows:

· Accounting,Taxation and Law

· Language Studies

· Economics and Banking

· Business Studies

· Experiential Learning

f) The BoS shall be responsible for planning the curriculum and syllabi for all the courses included for the Programme for approval by the AC However, the IQAC shall be in charge for Quality assessment of the programs and activities. The IQAC shall depute a committee to fix the time table and collect the feedback from the students.

g)BoS shall have departments according to the subjects and each Department shall have the flexibility to decide the parameters for internal evaluations of 40 marks of which MCQ exam of 20 marks is recommended.

h)AC shall assign Faculty Mentor for all its classes, It shall be the responsibility of the Faculty Mentor to help the students in planning their course work and other academic activities at the Department and also to regularly monitor and advise them on their academic and other performance at the College.

15. Registration of Courses:

a) Each student shall be required to register for course work by following the advice of the Faculty Advisor at the commencement of each semester on the day fixed and notified for such registration

b) Students who fail to register for coursework on the notified day may be permitted by the Administration of the college for late registration on the recommendation of a teacher after payment of an additional fee fixed by the College.

c) Only those students shall be permitted to register for course work who have:

i. Cleared all dues of the College, Hostel and Library including fines (if any) of the previous semester,

ii. Made all the required advance payments towards the College and Hostel dues for the current semester before the closing date, and

iii. Not been debarred from registration of courses on any other specific ground. Qualified the required courses as per the section 5

16. Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

a) A student is allowed to keep term for only four courses (subjects) to get into the next semester three or five. If a student exceeds failure in more than four subjects he/she will not be eligible to get admission in the next year. If a first year student has four or less than four failed subjects, then he/she should appear and pass all failed courses in second year in order to be eligible to be admitted in third year i.e. sem V. The backlog examinations are conducted prior to the regular examinations.

b) A student who has not passed in four out of twelve regular courses in Second academic year is allowed to get admitted in Third year i.e. Sem VI (subject to provision in clause (a) .Student should appear and pass all the courses in Third year in order to be eligible to get the degree.

c) Student must enroll and pass skill courses of 5 credits during the period of three years in order to get the degree certificate.Failure in evaluation in skill courses should not be counted in the ATKT rules.

d) Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to inter collegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester only.

e) Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause(d) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The re-exam parameters for such students can be different than other students under the discretion of the teacher and head of the department. The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BoS.

17. Programme Duration:

a) The Programme duration for a student to complete the academic and other requirements at the College and qualify for the award of Degree by the University shall be normally 6 semesters. However, it shall be possible extend the same for two academic years after the completion of three years regular duration. In case students is unable to pass the particular semester or qualify for the admission in next year, he can be allowed maximum period of 5 years from the date of his admission in first year to qualify the degree. In case of failure to comply a student has to take readmission in first year.

b) A student will not be awarded degree if his/her CGPA at the end of the course is less than 5. For such students the performance improvement scheme is recommended wherein hake any three subjects for the class improvement.

18. Temporary Withdrawal:

a) Student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness, grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening. The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester, provided that

i. He/She applies to the College within at least 6 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later,stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.

ii. The college is satisfied that, even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 125 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

iii. The student shall have settled all the dues or demands at the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

b) A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provision shall be required to pay such fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College until such time as the students name appears on the Roll List. However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.

c) Normally, a student shall be entitled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College, this temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the five years duration as per section 17(a).

19. Termination fromthe Programme:

A student shall be required to leave the College on the following grounds

i. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities, shall result in the student’s name being struck off the College rolls.

ii. Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

iii. If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular courses and skill courses.

20. Examinations and Performance Assessment:

a) Sessional, involving Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE), to be normally conducted by the subject teacher all through the semester; This shall include MCQ Exam, Presentations by the students, project viva voice, tutorial, lab assessment, etc. as prescribed and decided by the BoS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to exam department by the respective teachers.

b) External Exam often designated as Semester End Examination (SEE) to be conducted by Exam department, preferably jointly with an external examiner; This shall include a written examination for all courses.

c) The evaluation of the project work shall be based on Sessional Work assigned by the project supervisor, seminar presentation,project report and assessment by Project Evaluation Committee appointed by BoS.

d) In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the Authority of the College.

e) While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the Department concerned, and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Section of the College. The records of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by theExamination Section.

f) The performance of students at every stage of the CIE shall be announced by the concerned subject teacher within a fortnight of the date of the particular assessment. The subject teacher shall also show the assessed answer books to the students before submission of the final marks to the Controller of Examinations.

g) Question Papers: For being able to conduct the testing of the students in an effective manner, good question papers shall be used as the principal tool, making it necessary for the question papers at CIE and SEE to:

i. Cover all sections of the course syllabus uniformly;

ii. Be unambiguous and free from any defects/errors;

iii. Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving& quantitative methods;

iv. Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;

v. Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.

h) In case of errors in the question papers, students should be notifies within first 30 minutes of the examination.

i) Therefore, the question papers,particularly at SEE , shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.

j) Besides, the course syllabi shall be well drafted, be defect-free and properly unitized (or modularized) to enable the distribution of questions in the question papers to cover the whole syllabus. These aspects shall have to be taken into account, in particular, by the concerned BoS.

k) There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam departments as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by Examination department.

l) Multiple Choice Questions, having each question to be answered by tick marking the correct answer from the choices (commonly four) given against it. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students. Usually, CIE shall be of this type.

m) Comprehensive Questions, having all questions of the regular type to be answered in detail. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of overall achievement and maturity of the students in a subject, through long questions relating to theoretical/practical knowledge, derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.

n) The College shall maintain a high standard in both CIE and SEE and en sure the declaration of final results including SGPA and CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses should be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA

For meeting these requirements, Examination department should undertake following steps:

i. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance,maintain transparency in its operation,declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer scripts and assignment sheets to the students on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.

ii. SEE shall be preferably conducted jointly by the Examination department considering the tight time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher only in the setting of the question paper.

iii. The answer scripts of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher only; but, an external review of the entire SEE shall be conducted under the aegis of the Board of Examiners of the College before declaring the results. This step shall be useful to the College to gain the confidence of the University on the fairness and transparency in the system.

iv. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 40 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.

v. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:

1. Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;

2. Irregular in attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;

3. Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;

4. CIE Performance far below the passing standard

21. Grading System:

a)The College shall follow the award of SGPA system to the students based on their performance at the end of every semester, and CGPA system for the award of transcript (mark sheet) at the end.

Credit System Evaluation Method

Marks Obtained Grade Points Grade
95.01-100 10 O: OUTSTANDING
90.01-95 9.5 A++: OUTSTANDING
85.01-90 9 A+:EXCELLENT
80.01-85 8.5 A: EXCELLENT
75.01-80 8 B++: VERY GOOD
70.01-75 7.5 B+: VERY GOOD
65.01-70 7 B: GOOD
60.01-65 6.5 C++: GOOD
55.01-60 6 C+: ABOVE AVERAGE
50.01-55 5.5 C: ABOVE AVERAGE
45.01-50 5 P+: AVERAGE
40-45 4.5 P: PASS
0-39 0 F:FAIL

 

GradePoint Average:

i. AGrade Point Average (GPA) for a year is calculated as:

GPA = ∑ (C * G)
∑C

Where C= Number of credits for the subject paper

G= Grade points obtained by the candidate in that subject paper

ii. Grade Point Average (GPA) is awarded to a candidate who passes in all the subject papers in that year.

iii. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated by the end of third year using similar formula provided a candidate passes in all subject papers of all the three years.

iv. Declaration of class is based on CGPA asfollows:

Distinction ≥ 7.5 and above

First Class ≥ 6.5 but less than 7.5

Second Class ≥ 5.5 but less than 6.5

PassClass ≥ 4.5 but less than 5.5

Calculation Example
SGPA Calculation
Course Code Course Credits Marks Grade Points Credit Points
101 3 68 7.0 21
102 3 94 9.5 28.5
103 3 73 7.5 22.5
104 3 61 6.5 19.5
105 3 59 6.0 18
106 3 83 8.5 25.5
107 3 78 7.5 22.5
Total 21 Total Credit Points 157.5
SGPA = Total Credit Points
Total Credits
SGPA = 157.5 7.5
21
CGPA = Total of Credit Points (6 Semesters)
Total Credits (6 Semesters)

b) A student is considered to have completed a course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures CGPA 4.0

c) A Transcript should include all the regular courses, Skill courses and additional or outside courses if approved and accepted by AC.

d) Both the SGPA and CGPA shall not be rounded off to the first place of decimal and recorded as it is for ease of presentation. Of the CGPAs or use for the purpose of determining the merit ranking.

e) Other academic requirements for the Programme include activity participation records, Skill Courses records to issue the transcript and award of degree.

f) It shall be open to each student to take additional courses form outside over and above the minimum limit of 125 credits from the third semester onwards, with the concurrence approval of the AC and BoS.

g) Withholding of Grades: The Grades of a student in a semester shall be withheld and not declared if the student fails to pay the dues to the College or has disciplinary action pending against him/her.

22. Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a) A student shall be eligible for the award of B.B.A. Degree from the College and the University provided:

· Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 4.0 grade points or higher, in each of the courses, has satisfactorily completed skill courses and participated in the Workshop, Seminar, and activities organized byt he college;

· Satisfactorily completed all the non-credit requirements,

· Obtained a CGPA of >= 4.00 at the end of the semester in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;

· Paid all the dues to the College including the Department, Hostels, Library and other units; and,

· No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b) The AC shall be the Recommending Authority for the award of B.B.A. Degree to students fulfilling the requirements specified under Clause (a) above and the Board shall be the Approving Authority.

(c) The Degree award shall then be granted by the University.

23. CGPA improvement after completion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degree

a) Students who secure CGPA between 4.0 and 6.0 after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to withdraw their grade in a given course with poor grade and permitted to reappear for the examinations for improving the grade and in turn CGPA.

b) Student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation. He/she will submit a written application to dean academics seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement within one month from the date of declaration of result or one week before the date of convocation of University of Pune whichever is earlier. This application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college. No student will be admitted once the subject registration process of that semester ends.

c) For grade improvement student will have to take maximum 3 courses in which he/she has secured 4.0 to 6.0 grade points in one stretch.

d) Student can choose maximum three the or courses from a particular semester offered for F.Y, S.Y or T.Y B.B.A in which he/she has secured .0 to 6.0 grade points. Student will have to register for these courses in a particular semester in which those subjects are offered.

e) At the time of registration student will surrender all the original mark lists given to him by the institute He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not do any use of surrendered marklists till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.

f) Student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay appropriate fees as laid down by the institute time to time.

g) Student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for all the evaluation tests conducted for the particular subjects. No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of such students misses any of the tests or examinations. Absentee for End semester examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.

h) The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.

i) Student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all the three subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the summer term or re-examination in such cases.

j) Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.

k) Student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued fresh mark lists by the institute. These mark lists will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new mark lists will be that as issued for other students appearing in those subjects. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for degree certificate from University.

BBA (IB)

For the Award of BBA (IB). Degree

Applicable for the autonomous college students

i.e. F.Y. BBA (IB) Students from the academic year 2017-18

1. Short Title and Commencement:

(a) These Regulations shall be called the “BMCC Regulations for the Award of Degree BBA (IB)”;

(b) They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the Governing Body of the Autonomous College.

(c) They shall be applicable for all students enrolling for First Year of BBA (IB). Degree programme at the College from Academic year 2017-18.

2. Definitions:

i. “BBA (IB).” means Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business), an Under Graduate Degree awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University;

ii. “GB” means Governing Body of the autonomous college;

iii. “College” means Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune;

iv. “AC” means Academic Council autonomous college;

v. “BoS” means Board of Studies of the autonomous College, with the specific functions

vi. “COE” means Controller of Examination of Autonomous College;

vii. “IQAC” means Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the autonomous college;

viii. “Principal” means Principal of the autonomous College;

ix. “ Vice Principal” means Vice Principal of the autonomous College;

x. “Government” means Government of the Maharashtra;

xi. “Prescribed” means prescribed by these or any other Regulations of the College;

xii. “Regulations” Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune

xiii. “University” means Savitribai Phule Pune University;

xiv. “DES” means Deccan Education Society a parent body of the college.

xv. “CIE” Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi. “SEE” Semester End Examination

3. Preamble:

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the College, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Phule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examination and evaluation, activities and functions at the BBA (IB) level. It is expected that the Regulations will enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the College and prepare themselves to face the challenges in their careers ahead.It may be noted that:

(a) The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all the BBA (IB). Programmes offered at the College, under autonomous status;

(b) They shall also be applicable to all the new Programmes, which may be started at the College in the future;

(c) Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a student to get the award of degree;

4. Academic Calendar

Semester: Two semesters in an academic year Total Six Semesters in three year degree course

Duration: Each semester will be of 19 working Weeks (Actual teaching)

Credit Courses:

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 21 6 Compulsory courses
Semester II 19 6 Compulsory courses
1 EVS
Semester III 19 6 Compulsory courses
  6 Compulsory courses
Semester IV 20 6 Compulsory courses
  6 Compulsory courses
Semester V 21 6 Compulsory courses
  6 Compulsory courses
Semester VI 20 6 Compulsory courses
  6 Compulsory courses
120 from Regular Courses
5 from Skill Courses
Total 126 minimum required for award of degree

5. Admissions:

a) The intake capacity of each programme should be as per the directives and sanction of government. The increase and decrease of the same should be approved by the government.

b) The admission policy should be as per the government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis.

c) There is an entrance test for admission to the first year of BBA(IB)

d) Admissions to the first year of all the programmes shall be made before the start of each academic year

e) The College shall also admit to first year of the programmes, a limited number of students of Non-Resident Indian(NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Foreign National categories, as per Government rules.

f) The College reserves the right to revoke the admission made to a candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not fulfill all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.

g) The College also reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at any stage of studentship for unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.
6. Evaluation and Examination:

a) Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) of 40 marks and External Examination i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 60 marks for each course is mandatory, Students has to score minimum 40% marks to qualify in each type of evaluation parameter and external exam.

b) Student is allowed to carry all courses from first term to second, third to fourth and fifth to sixth. Student is allowed to keep term only for four regular courses from first year to second year and second year to third year, but he/she has to pass all regular courses of first year to take admission in third year.

7. A student has to qualify skill courses of a weightage of 5 (five)credits during the degree period of three years. Skill courses include the courses listed and declared by the AC. Student has to take skill course/sin the second year and third year.

8. The Examination and evaluation patterns, rules and regulations of all courses and will be decided by Examination committee in consultation with BoS and with approval from AC.

9. The College shall arrange regular academic and co-curricular activities for the students during the academic year. The academic activities in a year shall normally include Inter collegiate and intra collegiate competition, seminars,workshops, study Circle, guest lectures, industrial visits, study tours,internships programs, collaborative activities and any other activity connected to the academic learning of the students organized by college. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.

10. The College shall arrange extracurricular activities for the students during the academic year. The activities in a year shall normally include Intercollegiate, intra collegiate competition, Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC,Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum,Nature Club, Red Cross etc. and any other activity organized by college and connected to the value inculcation and social learning’s of the students. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.

11. Hostel Facility:

a) Hostel facility for men and women students is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admissions, Hostels are governed and managed by Deccan Education Society and student has to follow the norms of hostels and fess as per DES Norms, it can admit a limited number of men and women students in the hostels.

b) The method of admission to students’hostels, rent payable per each seat allotted and the discipline to be followed by the residents shall be as per rules and regulations framed by the DES.

12. Attendance:

a) Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent of all the classes arranged like, lectures, tutorials, Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Presentations, Competitions, and other activities of the college for being permitted to attend the External Examination.

b) Extra Curricular Activities (EAC) atleast one of the activities like Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum, Nature Club,Red cross etc. shall be compulsory for students, with at least a minimum attendance of 75 percent in each of them.

c) Students shall also be required to take part in any other academic and nonacademic activities and attend the camps, as and when arranged by the College during the academic year.

d) Students desirous of leave of absence for less than two weeks during a semester shall apply for it in advance to the Head of the Department giving reasons & supporting documents, if any and get it approved.

e) Absence due to illness or any other reason for a period less than two weeks in a semester, for which a student could not make prior application, may be condoned by the Head of the Department after proper verification.

f) The Vice Principal shall be the Authority for sanctioning the leave of students outside clauses (d) and (e) above, after receiving their applications along with recommendations of the Heads of Departments.

g) In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise, the Vice Principal shall decide whether the student be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester.

h) In all the cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (d)-(f) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).

i) It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to intimate the Warden of his/her hostel and also the concerned course instructors regarding his/her absence before proceeding on leave.

13. Conduct and Discipline:

a) All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the College.

b) Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the precincts of the College and the students found indulging in them should be dealt with severely and dismissed from the College.

c) The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the precincts of the College shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct punishable as indiscipline:

·Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behavior;

·Willful damage of property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;

·Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco,alcoholic drinks and banned drugs in the campus;

·Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library material, like. Books;

·Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;

·Hacking in computer systems, either hardware or software or both;

·Any other act considered by the College as of gross indiscipline.

d) In each case above, the punishment shall be based on the gravity of offence, covering from reprimand, levy of fine,expulsion from Hostel, debar from examination, rustication for a period, to outright expulsion.

e) The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively, the Rector of the Hostels and the Head of the concerned Department.

f) In all the cases of offence committed by students in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c), the Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.

g) All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand shall be considered and decided by the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee.

h) All other cases of indiscipline of students, like adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Vice Principal, for taking appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.

i) In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Director, who shall constitute appropriate Committees to review the case.

14. Course Structure:

a) Each course offered in the BBA (IB). Curriculum at the College shall be denoted by a code using a total of three to four, and a letter in case of elective courses. In addition to the credit requirement prescribed above for the Degree award, each student shall have to complete the requirements of Extra Activities as referred to earlier in section 8 and 9.

b) Each student shall register for regular courses credits per semester explained in section 4 during his/her studentship at the College, with the additional skill courses credits being minimum 5 credits during the period of three years.However a student can register for extra credit offered by the college over and above 125 credits which will be reflected in his/her transcript.

c) The medium of instruction for course work and examinations at the College shall be English. The course work for the Programme shall be broadly divided into five main board of studies, as follows:

·Accounting,Taxation and Law

·Language Studies

·Economics and Banking

·Business Studies

·Experiential Learning

f) The BoS shall be responsible for planning the curriculum and syllabi for all the courses included for the Programme for approval by the AC However, the IQAC shall be in charge for Quality assessment of the programs and activities. The IQAC shall depute a committee to fix the time table and collect the feedback from the students.

g) BoS shall have departments according to the subjects and each Department shall have the flexibility to decide the parameters for internal evaluations of 40 marks of which MCQ exam of 20 marks is recommended.

h) AC shall assign Faculty Mentor for all its classes, It shall be the responsibility of the Faculty Mentor to help the students in planning their coursework and other academic activities at the Department and also to regularly monitor and advise them on their academic and other performance at the College.

15. Registration of Courses:

a) Each student shall be required to register for course work by following the advice of the Faculty Advisor at the commencement of each semester on the day fixed and notified for such registration

b) Students who fail to register for coursework on the notified day may be permitted by the Administration of the college for late registration on the recommendation of a teacher after payment of an additional fee fixed by the College.

c) Only those students shall be permitted to register for course work who have:

i. Cleared all dues of the College, Hostel and Library including fines (if any) of the previous semester,

ii. Made all the required advance payments towards the College and Hostel dues for the current semester before the closing date, and

iii. Not been debarred from registration of courses on any other specific ground. Qualified the required courses as per the section 5

16. Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

a) A student is allowed to keep term for only four courses (subjects) to get into the next semester three or five. If a student exceeds failure in more than four subjects he/she will not be eligible to get admission in the next year. If a first year student has four or less than four failed subjects, then he/she should appear and pass all failed courses in second year in order to be eligible to be admitted in third year i.e. sem V. The backlog examinations are conducted prior to the regular examinations.

b) A student who has not passed in four out of twelve regular courses in Second academic year is allowed to get admitted in third year i.e. Sem VI (subject to provision in clause (a) .Student should appear and pass all the courses in Third year in order to be eligible to get the degree.

c) Student must enrol and pass skill courses of 5 credits during the period of three years in order to get the degree certificate. Failure in evaluation in skill courses should not be counted in the ATKT rules.

d) Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to intercollegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester only.

e) Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause(d) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The re-exam parameters for such students can be different than other students under the discretion of the teacher and the head of the department. The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BoS.

17. Programme Duration:

a) The Programme duration for a student to complete the academic and other requirements at the College and qualify for the award of Degree by the University shall be normally 6 semesters. However, it shall be possible extend the same for two academic years after the completion of three years regular duration. In case students is unable to pass the particular semester or qualify for the admission in next year, he can be allowed maximum period of 5 years from the date of his admission in first year to qualify the degree. In case of failure to comply a student has to take readmission in first year.

b) A student will not be awarded degree if his/her CGPA at the end of the course is less than 5. For such students the performance improvement scheme is recommended wherein he/she is eligible to take any three subjects for the class improvement.

18. Temporary Withdrawal:

a) Student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness, grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening. The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester, provided that

i. He/She applies to the College within at least 6 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later,stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.

ii. The College is satisfied that, even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 125 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

iii. The student shall have settled all the dues or demands at the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

b) A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provision shall be required to pay such fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College until such time as the students name appears on the Roll List. However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.

c) Normally, a student shall be entitled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College, this temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the five years duration as per section 17(a).

19. Termination from the Programme:

A student shall be required to leave the College on the following grounds

i. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities, shall result in the student’s name being struck off the College rolls.

ii. Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

iii. If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular courses and skill courses.

20. Examinations and Performance Assessment:

a) Sessional, involving Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE), to be normally conducted by the subject teacher all through the semester; This shall include MCQ Exam, Presentations by the students, project viva voice, tutorial, lab assessment, etc. as prescribed and decided by the BoS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to exam department by the respective teachers.

b) External Exam often designated as Semester End Examination (SEE) to be conducted by Exam department, preferably jointly with an external examiner; This shall include a written examination for all courses.

c) The evaluation of the project work shall be based on Session Work assigned by the project supervisor, seminar presentation,project report and assessment by Project Evaluation Committee appointed by BoS.

d) In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the Authority of the College.

e) While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the Department concerned, and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Section of the College. The records of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by the Examination Section.

f) The performance of students at every stage of the CIE shall be announced by the concerned subject teacher within a fortnight of the date of the particular assessment. The subject teacher shall also show the assessed answer books to the students before submission of the final marks to the Controller of Examinations.

g) Question Papers: For being able to conduct the testing of the students in an effective manner, good question papers shall be used as the principal tool, making it necessary for the question papers at CIE and SEE to:

i. Cover all sections of the course syllabus uniformly;

ii. Be unambiguous and free from any defects/errors;

iii. Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving & quantitative methods;

iv. Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;

v. Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.

h) In case of errors in the question papers, students should be notifies within first 30 minutes of the examination.

i) Therefore, the question papers,particularly at SEE , shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.

j) Besides, the course syllabi shall be well drafted, be defect-free and properly unitized (or modularized) to enable the distribution of questions in the question papers to cover the whole syllabus. These aspects shall have to be taken into account, in particular, by the concerned BoS.

k) There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam departments as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by Examination department.

l) Multiple Choice Questions, having each question to be answered by tick marking the correct answer from the choices (commonly four) given against it. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students. Usually, CIE shall be of this type.

m) Comprehensive Questions, having all questions of the regular type to be answered in detail. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of overall achievement and maturity of the students in a subject, through long questions relating to theoretical/practical knowledge,derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.

n) The College shall maintain a high standard in both CIE and SEE and ensure the declaration of final results including SGPA and CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses should be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA

For meeting these requirements, Examination department should undertake following steps:

i. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance,maintain transparency in its operation, declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer scripts and assignment sheets to the students on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.

ii. SEE shall be preferably conducted jointly by the Examination department considering the tight time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher only in the setting of the question paper.

iii. The answer scripts of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher only; but, an external review of the entire SEE shall be conducted under the aegis of the Board of Examiners of the College before declaring the results. This step shall be useful to the College to gain the confidence of the University on the fairness and transparency in the system.

iv. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 40 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.

v. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:

1. Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;

2. Irregularin attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;

3. Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;

4. CIE Performance far below the passing standard

20. Grading System:

a) The College shall follow the award of SGPA system to the students based on their performance at the end of every semester, and CGPA system for the award of transcript (mark sheet) at the end.

CreditSystem Evaluation Method

Marks Obtained Grade Points Grade
95.01-100 10 O: OUTSTANDING
90.01-95 9.5 A++: OUTSTANDING
85.01-90 9 A+:EXCELLENT
80.01-85 8.5 A: EXCELLENT
75.01-80 8 B++: VERY GOOD
70.01-75 7.5 B+: VERY GOOD
65.01-70 7 B: GOOD
60.01-65 6.5 C++: GOOD
55.01-60 6 C+: ABOVE AVERAGE
50.01-55 5.5 C: ABOVE AVERAGE
45.01-50 5 P+: AVERAGE
40-45 4.5 P: PASS
0-39 0 F:FAIL

22. GradePoint Average:

i.A Grade Point Average (GPA) for a year is calculated as:

GPA = ∑ (C * G)
∑C

Where C= Number of credits for the subject paper

G= Grade points obtained by the candidate in that subject paper

ii. Grade Point Average (GPA) is awarded to a candidate who passes in all the subject papers in that year.

iii. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated by the end of third year using similar formula provided a candidate passes in all subject papers of all the three years.

iv. Declaration of class is based on CGPA as follows:

Distinction ≥ 7.5 and above

First Class ≥ 6.5 but less than 7.5

Second Class ≥ 5.5 but less than 6.5

Pass Class ≥ 4.5 but less than 5.5

Calculation Example

 

SGPA Calculation
Course Code Course Credits Marks Grade Points Credit Points
101 3 68 7.0 21
102 3 94 9.5 28.5
103 3 73 7.5 22.5
104 3 61 6.5 19.5
105 3 59 6.0 18
106 3 83 8.5 25.5
107 3 78 7.5 22.5
Total 21 Total Credit Points 157.5
SGPA = Total Credit Points
Total Credits
SGPA = 157.5 7.5
21
CGPA = Total of Credit Points (6 Semesters)
Total Credits (6 Semesters)

b) A student is considered to have completed a course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures CGPA4.0

c) A Transcript should include all the regular courses, Skill courses and additional or outside courses if approved and accepted by AC.

d) Both the SGPA and CGPA shall not be rounded off to the first place of decimal and recorded as it is for ease of presentation. Of the CGPA s or use for the purpose of determining the merit ranking.

e) Other academic requirements for the Programme include activity participation records, Skill Courses records to issue the transcript and award of degree.

f) It shall be open to each student to take additional courses form outside over and above the minimum limit of 125 credits from the third semester onwards, with the concurrence approval of the AC and BoS.

g) Withholding of Grades: The Grades of a student in a semester shall be withheld and not declared if the student fails to pay the dues to the College or has disciplinary action pending against him/h er.

23. Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a) A student shall be eligible for the award of BBA(IB). Degree from the College and the University provided:

·Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 4.0 grade points or higher, in each of the courses, has satisfactorily completed skill courses and participated in the Workshop, Seminar, and activities organized by the college;

·Satisfactorily completed all the non-credit requirements,

·Obtained a CGPA of >= 4.00 at the end of the semester in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;

·Paid all the dues to the College including the Department, Hostels, Library and other units; and,

·No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b) The AC shall be the Recommending Authority for the award of BBA (IB). Degree to students fulfilling the requirements specified under Clause (a) above and the Board shall be the Approving Authority.

(c) The Degree award shall then be granted by the University.

24. CGPA improvement aftercompletion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degree

a) Students who secure CGPA between 4.0 and 6.0 after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to withdraw their grade in a given course with poor grade and permitted to reappear for the examinations for improving the grade and in turn CGPA.

b) Student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation. He/she will submit a written application to dean academics seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement within one month from the date of declaration of result or one week before the date of convocation of University of Pune whichever is earlier. This application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college. No student will be admitted once the subject registration process of that semester ends.

c) For grade improvement student will have to take maximum 3 courses in which he/she has secured 4.0 to 6.0 grade points in one stretch.

d) Student can choose maximum three theory courses from a particular semester offered for F.Y, S.Y or T.Y BBA (IB) in which he/she has secured .0 to 6.0 grade points. Student will have to register for these courses in a particular semester in which those subjects are offered.

e) At the time of registration student will surrender all the original mark lists given to him by the institute He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not do any use of surrendered mark lists till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.

f) Student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay appropriate fees as laid down by the institute time to time.

g) Student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for all the evaluation tests conducted for the particular subjects. No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of such students misses any of the tests or examinations. Absentee for End semester examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.

h) The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.

i) Student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all the three subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the summer term or re-examination in such cases.

j) Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.

k) Student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued fresh mark lists by the institute. These mark lists will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new mark lists will be that as issued for other students appearing in those subjects. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for degree certificate from University.

BBA (CA)

For the Award of B.B.A.C.A. Degree

Applicable for the autonomous college students

i.e. F.Y. B.B.A.C.A Students from the academic year 2017-18

1.Short Title and Commencement:

(a)These Regulations shall be called the “BMCC Regulations for the Award of Degree BBA-CA”;

(b)They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the Governing Body of the Autonomous College.

(c)They shall be applicable for all students enrolling for First Year of BBA-CA.Degree programme at the College from Academic year 2017-18.

2.Definitions:

  1. “B.B.A.-CA” means Bachelor of Business Administration(Computer Application), an Under Graduate Degree awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University;
  2.            “GB” means Governing Body of the autonomous college;

    iii.           “College” means Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune;

  1.            “AC” means Academic Council autonomous college;
  2.            “BoS” means Board of Studies of the autonomous College, with the specific functions
  3.            “COE” means Controller of Examination of Autonomous College;

  vii.           “IQAC” means Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the autonomous college;

viii.           “Principal” means Principal of the autonomous College;

  1.            “ Vice Principal” means Vice Principal of the autonomous College;
  2.            “Government” means Government of the Maharashtra;
  3.            “Prescribed” means prescribed by these or any other Regulations of the College;

  xii.           “Regulations” Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune

xiii.           “University” means Savitribai Phule Pune University;

xiv.           “DES” means Deccan Education Society a parent body of the college.

  1.            “CIE” Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi.           “SEE” Semester End Examination

3.Preamble:

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the College, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Phule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examination and evaluation, activities and functions at the B.B.A.C.A level. It is expected that the Regulations will enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the College and prepare themselves to face the challenges in their careers ahead. It may be noted that:

(a) The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all the B.B.A.C.A Programme so offered at the College, under autonomous status;

(b) They shall also be applicable to all the new Programmes, which may be started at the College in the future;

(c) Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a student to getthe award of degree;

4.Academic Calendar

Semester                      Two semesters in an academic year Total Six Semesters in three year degree course

Duration                      Each semester will be of 19 working Weeks (Actual teaching)

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 23 6 Compulsory courses
Semester II 22 6 Compulsory courses
1 EVS
Semester III 20 5 Compulsory courses+2 Lab Courses
 
Semester IV 20 5 Compulsory courses+2 Lab Courses
 
Semester V 22 5 Compulsory courses+2 Lab Courses
 
Semester VI 13 3 Compulsory courses + 1 Project + 2 Lab Courses
 
120 from Regular Courses
5 from Skill Courses
Total 126 minimum required for award of degree

Credit Courses

                                   

5.Admissions:

  1. a)The intake capacity of each programme should be as per the directives and sanction of government. The increase and decrease of the same should be approved by the government.
  2. b)The admission policy should be as per the government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis.
  3. c)There is an entrance test for admission to the first year of BBA
  4. d)Admissions to the first year of all the programmes shall be made before the start of each academic year
  5. e)The College shall also admit to first year of the programmes, a limited number of students of Non-Resident Indian (NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Foreign National categories, as per Government rules.
  6. f) The College reserves the right to revoke the admission made to a candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not ful fill all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.
  7. g)The College also reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at any stage of studentship for unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.
  1. Evaluation and Examination:
  2. a)Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) of 40 marks and External Examination i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 60 marks for each course is mandatory, Students has to score minimum 40% marks to qualify in each type of evaluation parameter and external exam.
  3. b)Student is allowed to carry all courses from first term to second, third to fourth and fifth to sixth. Student is allowed to keep term only for four regular courses or three theory and one practical or only one practical from first year to second year and second year to third year, but he/she has to pass all regular courses of first year to take admission in third year.
  4. A student has to qualify skill courses of a weightage of5 (five)credits during the degree period of three years. Skill courses include the courses listed and declared by the AC.Student has to take skill course/sin the second year and third year.
  5. The Examination and evaluation patterns,rules and regulations of all courses and will be decided by Examination committee in consultation with BoS and with approval from AC.
  6. The College shall arrange regular academic and co-curricular activities for the students during the academic year. The academic activities in a year shall normally include Intercollegiate, intra collegiate competition, seminars, workshops, study circle,guest lectures, industrial visits, study tours, internships programs,collaborative activities and any other activity connected to the academic learning of the students organized by college. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.
  7. The College shall arrange extracurricular activities for the students during the academic year. The activities in a year shall normally include Inter collegiate, intra collegiate competition, Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum, Nature Club, Red Cross etc. and any other activity organized by college and connected to the value inculcation and social learnings of the students. The participation in such activities should be recognized in the degree transcript of the students.

7.Hostel Facility:

  1. a)Hostel facility for men and women students is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admissions, Hostels are governed and managed by Deccan Education Society and student has to follow the norms of hostels and fess as per DES Norms, it can admit a limited number of men and women students in the hostels.
  2. b)The method of admission to students’ hostels, rent payable per each seat allotted and the discipline to be followed by the residents shall be as per rules and regulations framed by the DES.

8.Attendance:

  1. a)Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent of all the classes arranged like, lectures, tutorials, Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops,Presentations, Competitions, and other activities of the college for being permitted to attend the External Examination.
  2. b)Extra Curricular Activities (EAC) at least one of the activities like Cultural Activities, NSS, NCC, Students welfare, Heritage Collective, Sports participation, Social forum, Nature Club, Red cross etc. shall be compulsory for students, with at least a minimum attendance of 75 percent in each of them.
  3. c)Students shall also be required to take part in any other academic and nonacademic activities and attend the camps, as and when arranged by the College during the academic year.
  4. d)Students desirous of leave of absence for less than two weeks during a semester shall apply for it in advance to the Head of the Department giving reasons & supporting documents, if any and get it approved.
  5. e)Absence due to illness or any other reason for a period less than two weeks in a semester,for which a student could not make prior application, may be condoned by the Head of the Department after proper verification.
  6. f)The Vice Principal shall be the Authority for sanctioning the leave of students outside clauses (d) and (e) above, after receiving their applications along with recommendations of the Heads of Departments.
  7. g)In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise,the Vice Principal shall decide whether the student be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester.
  8. h)In all the cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (d)-(f) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).
  9. i)It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to intimate the Warden of his/her hostel and also the concerned course instructors regarding his/her absence before proceeding on leave.

9.Conduct and Discipline:

  1. a)All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the College.
  2. b)Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the precincts of the College and the students found indulging in them should be dealt with severely and dismissed from the College.
  3. c)The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the precincts of the College shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct punishable as indiscipline:
  • Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behavior;
  • Willful damage of property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;
  • Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco,alcoholic drinks and banned drugs in the campus;
  • Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library material, like. Books;
  • Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;
  • Hacking in computer systems, either hardware or software or both;
  • Any other act considered by the College as of gross indiscipline.
  1. d)In each case above, the punishment shall be based on the gravity of offence,covering from reprimand, levy of fine, expulsion from Hostel, debar from examination, rustication for a period, to outright expulsion.
  2. e)The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively, the Rector of the Hostels and the Head of the concerned Department.
  3. f)In all the cases of offence committed by students in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c), the Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.
  4. g)All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand shall be considered and decided by the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee.
  5. h)All other cases of indiscipline of students, like adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Vice Principal, for taking appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.
  6. i)In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Director, who shall constitute appropriate Committees to review the case.

10.Course Structure:

  1. a)Each course offered in the B.B.A.C.A.curriculum at the College shall be denoted by a code using a total of three to four, and a letter in case of elective courses. In addition to the credit requirement prescribed above for the Degree award, each student shall have to complete the requirements of Extra Activities as referred to earlier in section and
  2. b)Each student shall register for regular courses credits per semester explained in section 4 during his/her studentship at the College, with the additional skill courses credits being minimum 5 credits during the period of three years. However a student can register for extra credit offered by the college over and above 125 credits which will be reflected in his/her transcript.
  3. c)The medium of instruction for coursework and examinations at the College shall be English. The course work for the Programme shall be broadly divided into four main board of studies, as follows:
  • Mathematics and IT
  • Accounting, Taxation and Law
  • Business Studies
  • Experiential Learning
  1. f) The BoS shall be responsible for planning the curriculum and syllabi for all the courses included for the Programme for approval by the AC However, the IQAC shall be in charge for Quality assessment of the programs and activities. The IQAC shall depute a committee to fix the time table and collect the feedback from the students.
  2. g) BoS shall have departments according to the subjects and each Department shall have the flexibility to decide the parameters for internal evaluations of 40 marks of which MCQ exam of 20 marks is recommended.
  3. h) AC shall assign Faculty Mentor for all its classes, It shall be the responsibility of the Faculty Mentor to help the students in planning their course work and other academic activities at the Department and also to regularly monitor and advise them on their academic and other performance at the College.

11.Registration of Courses:

  1. a)Each student shall be required to register for course work by following the advice of the Faculty Advisor at the commencement of each semester on the day fixed and notified for such registration
  2. b)Students who fail to register for course work on the notified day may be permitted by the Administration of the college for late registration on the recommendation of a teacher after payment of an additional fee fixed by the College.
  3. c)Only those students shall be permitted to register for course work who have:
  4. Cleared all dues of the College, Hostel and Library including fines (if any) of the previous semester,
  5. Made all the required advance payments towards the College and Hostel dues for the current semester before the closing date, and

iii.   Not been debarred from registration of courses on any other specific ground.

  1. Qualified the required courses as per the section 5

12.Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

  1. a)A students who has not passed in four theory or three theory and only one practical out of twelve regular courses in first academic year is allowed to get admitted in second year i.e. Sem III. Student should appear and pass the courses in second year in order to be eligible to be admitted in third year i.e. sem V. the schedule of regular students will be followed by the backlog students. There will not be any special schedule of examination for backlog students.
  2. b)A students who has not passed in four theory or three theory and only one practical out of twelve regular courses in second academic year is allowed to get admitted in third year (subject to provision in clause (a))  i.e. Sem VI. Student should appear and pass the courses in Third year in order to be eligible to get the degree.
  3. c)Student must enrol and pass skill courses of 5 credits during the period of three years in order to get the degree certificate. Failure in evaluation in skill courses should not be counted in the ATKT rules.
  4. d)Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to inter collegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester.
  5. e)Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause (d) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The re-exam parameters for such students can be different than other students under the discretion of the teacher and head of the department.The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BoS.

13.Programme Duration:

  1. a)The Programme duration for a student to complete the academic and other requirements at the College and qualify for the award of Degree by the University shall be normally 6 semesters. However, it shall be possible extend the same for two academic years after the completion of three years regular duration. In case students is unable to pass the particular semester or qualify for the admission in next year, he can be allowed maximum period of 5 years from the date of his admission in first year to qualify the degree. In case of failure to comply a student has to take readmission in first year.
  2. b)A student will not be awarded degree if his/her CGPA at the end of the course is less than 5. For such students the performance improvement scheme is recommended wherein he/she is eligible to take any three subjects for the class improvement.

14.Temporary Withdrawal:

  1. a)Student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness, grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening.The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester,provided that
  2.  He/She applies to the College within at least 6 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later,stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.
  3.  The College is satisfied that, even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 125 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

                  iii.   The student shall have settled all the dues or demands at the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

  1. b)      A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provision shall be required to pay such fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College until such time as the students name appears on the Roll List.However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.
  2. c)Normally,a student shall be entitled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College, this temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the five years duration as per section 17 (a).

15.Termination from the Programme:

A student shall be required to leave the College on the following grounds

  1. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester  without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities, shall result in the student’s name being struck off the College rolls.
  2.       Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

   iii.     If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular courses and skill courses.

  1. Examinations and Performance Assessment:
  2. a)Session,involving Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE), to be normally conducted by the subject teacher all through the semester; This shall include MCQ Exam,Presentations by the students, project viva voice, tutorial, lab assessment,etc. as prescribed and decided by the BoS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to exam department by the respective teachers.
  3. b)External Exam often designated as Semester End Examination (SEE) to be conducted by Exam department, preferably jointly with an external examiner; This shall include a written examination for all courses.
  4. c)The evaluation of the project work shall be based on Session Work assigned by the project supervisor, seminar presentation, project report and assessment by Project Evaluation Committee appointed by BoS.
  5. d)In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the Authority of the College.
  6. e)While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the Department concerned, and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Section of the College. The records of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by the Examination Section.
  7. f)The performance of students at every stage of the CIE shall be announced by the concerned subject teacher within a fortnight of the date of the particular assessment.The subject teacher shall also show the assessed answer books to the students before submission of the final marks to the Controller of Examinations.
  8. g)Question Papers: For being able to conduct the testing of the students in an effective manner, good question papers shall be used as the principal tool, making it necessary for the question papers at CIE and SEE to:
  9. Cover all sections of the course syllabus uniformly;
  10. Be unambiguous and free from any defects/errors;

                           iii.           Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving & quantitative methods;

  1. Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;
  2. Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.
  3. h)Incase of errors in the question papers, students should be notifies within first 30 minutes of the examination.
  4. i)Therefore, the question papers,particularly at SEE , shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.
  5. j)Besides, the course syllabi shall be well drafted, be defect-free and properly unitized (or modularized) to enable the distribution of questions in the question papers to cover the whole syllabus. These aspects shall have to be taken into account, in particular, by the concerned BoS.
  6. k)There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam departments as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by Examination department.
  7. l)Multiple Choice Questions, having each question to be answered by tick marking the correct answer from the choices (commonly four) given against it. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students. Usually, CIE shall be of this type.
  8. m)Comprehensive Questions, having all questions of the regular type to be answered in detail.Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of overall achievement and maturity of the students in a subject, through long questions relating to theoretical/practical knowledge, derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.
  9. n)The College shall maintain a high standard in both CIE and SEE and ensure the declaration of final results including SGPA and CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses should be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA

For meeting these requirements, Examination department should undertake following steps:

  1. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance,maintain transparency in its  operation,declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer scripts and assignment sheets to the students on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.
  2. SEE shall be preferably conducted jointly by the Examination department considering the tight time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher only in the setting of the question paper.

               iii.     The answer scripts of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher only; but, an external review of the entire SEE shall be conducted under the aegis of the Board of Examiners of the College before declaring the results. This step shall be useful to the College to gain the confidence of the University on the fairness and transparency in the system.

  1. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 40 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.
  2. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:
  3. Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;
  4. Irregular in attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;
  5. Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;
  6. CIE Performance far below the passing standard

16.Grading System:

  1. a) The College shall follow the award of SGPA system to the students based on their performance at the end of every semester, and CGPA system for the award of transcript (mark sheet) at the end.

Credit System Evaluation Method

Marks Obtained Grade Points Grade
91-100 10 O:      OUTSTANDING
81-90.99 9 A+:   EXCELLENT
71-80.99 8 A:     VERY GOOD
61-70.99 7 B+:   GOOD
51-60.99 6 B:     ABOVE AVERAGE
45-50.99 5 C:    AVERAGE
40-44.99 4 P:      PASS
0-39.99 0 F:      FAIL
  1. a) Grade Point Average:

i)Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) =\SGPA=

SGPA=

  1. ii) Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) =

CGPA =

CGPA=

  • Degree Credits
  1. Com. – 120             BBA – 125      BBA (IB) -125            BBA(CA) -125
  2. Com. – 75  PGDBF/IB -30
  • CGPA Calculation is on

B.Com- 114 Credits    BBA-120 Credits BBA (IB)-120 credits BBA(CA) – 120 Credits

M.Com. – 64 Credits   PGDBF/PGDIB- 30 Credits

  • ATKT is allowed for 4 subjects for FY to SY and SY to TY but a student need to pass all FY subjects to be eligible for admission in TY.
  • CE (Concurrent Evaluation) is for 40 marks for undergraduate courses and 50 marks for post graduate courses.
  • Passing is separate for CE & ESE. For Undergraduate: CE is 16/40 and ESE is 24/60. For Post Graduate:  CE is 20/50 and ESE is 20/50.
  • No Credits will be earned for failed subjects.
  • Skill Courses and experiential learning credits evaluation are in grades or grade points.

 ABBREVIATIONS

CE = Concurrent Evaluation       ESE = End Semester Examination     F = Fail in Subject/Course

  1. b)A student is considered to have completed a course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures CGPA 4.0
  2. c)A Transcript should include all the regular courses, Skill courses and additional or outside courses  if approved and accepted by AC.
  3. d)Both the SGPA and CGPA shall not be rounded off to the first place of decimal and recorded as it is for ease of presentation. Of the CGPA s or use for the purpose of determining the merit ranking.
  4. e)Other academic requirements for the Programme include activity participation records,Skill Courses records to issue the transcript and award of degree.
  5. f)It shall be open to each student to take additional courses form outside over and above the minimum limit of 125 credits from the third semester on wards, with the concurrence approval of the AC and BoS.
  6. g)With holding of Grades: The Grades of a student in a semester shall be withheld and not declared if the student fails to pay the dues to the College or has disciplinary action pending against him/her.

17.Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a)A student shall be eligible for the award of B.B.A. Degree from the College and the University provided:

  • Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 4.0 grade points or higher, in each of the courses, has satisfactorily completed skill courses and participated in the Workshop, Seminar, and activities organized by the college;
  • Satisfactorily completed all then on-credit requirements,
  • Obtained a CGPA of >= 4.00 at the end of the semester in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;
  • Paid all the dues to the College including the Department, Hostels, Library and other units; and,
  • No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b)The AC shall be the Recommending Authority for the award of B.B.A. Degree to students fulfilling the requirements specified under Clause (a) above and the Board shall be the Approving Authority.

(c)The Degree award shall then be granted by the University.

 

  1. CGPA improvement after completion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degree
  2. a)Students who secure CGPA between 4.0 and 6.0  after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to withdraw their grade in a given course with poor grade and permitted to reappear for the examinations for improving the grade and in turn CGPA.
  3. b)Student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation.He/she will submit a written application to dean academics seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement within one month from the date of declaration of result or one week before the date of convocation of University of Pune whichever is earlier. This application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college. No student will be admitted once the subject registration process of that semester ends.
  4. c)For grade improvement student will have to take maximum 3 courses in which he/she has secured 4.0 to 6.0 grade points in one stretch.
  5. d)Student can choose maximum three theory courses from a particular semester offered for F.Y,S.Y or T.Y B.B.A in which he/she has secured .0 to 6.0 grade points. Student will have to register for these courses in a particular semester in which those subjects are offered.
  6. e)At the time of registration student will surrender all the original mark lists given to him by the institute He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not do any use of surrendered mark lists till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.
  7. f)Student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay appropriate fees as laid down by the institute time to time.
  8. g)Student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for all the evaluation tests conducted for the particular subjects.No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of such students misses any of the tests or examinations. Absentee for End semester examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.
  9. h)The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.
  10. i)Student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all the three subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the summer term or re-examination in such cases.
  11. j)Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.
  12. k)Student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued fresh mark lists by the institute. These mark lists will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new marklists will be that as issued for other students appearing in those subjects. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for degree certificate from University.

BMS

For the Award of B.M.S. Degree in E- Commerce Operations

Applicable for the Autonomous College Students

i.e. F.Y. B.M.S. Students w.e.f. academic year 2020-21

1.Short Title and Commencement:

(a) These Regulations shall be called “BMCC Regulations for the Award of     B.M.S. Degree in E-Commerce operations

(b) They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the appropriate authorities and governing body of the Autonomous  college.

(c)     They shall be applicable for all the students enrolling in the First Year of B. M.S. Degree Programme at BMCC from the academic year 2020-21.

2. Full forms of the abbreviations used in BMCC B.M.S.  E-Commerce  Rules and Regulation

i  “B.M.S” – Bachelor of Management Studies, an under graduate three years degree course of autonomous BMCC, designed by LSC and degree awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University

ii   “LSC “  Logistics Sector Skill Council

iii.   “GB”- Governing Body of the Autonomous BMCC

iv.   “College”- Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune

v.   “AC”- Academic Council of the College

vi.  “BOS”- Board of Studies of the college, with the specific functions

vii  “COE”- Controller of Examination of the College

viii.  “IQAC”- Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the College

ix.  “Principal”- Principal of the College

x.     “Government”- Government of Maharashtra

xi.      “Prescribed”- prescribed by these or any other regulations of the college

xii.      “Regulations”- Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune               (Autonomous)

xiii.    “University”- Savitribai Phule Pune University

xiv.      “DES”- Deccan Education Society, the parent body of the college

xv .     “CIE”- Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi.       “SEE” – Semester End Examination

xvii.      “PIS”-Performance Improvement Scheme

xviii.      “MCQ”– Multiple Choice Question

3. Preamble:   

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the college, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Phule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examinations and evaluation, activities and functions at the degree level. It is expected that the regulations will enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the college and prepare them to face the challenges in their careers ahead. It may be noted that:
(a) The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all  programmes offered at the college, under autonomous status.

(b) They shall also be applicable to all the new programmes, which may be introduced at the college in the future.

(c) Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a student to obtain the degree.

The   programme is in Collaboration with LSC and has been approved by BoS, BMCC, Academic Council and GB of the college.  Finance Committee has approved the fee structure. First four semesters of the programme will be on campus and the last two semesters will be apprenticeship in a company identified by LSC. Provision of apprenticeship and placement will be done by LSC.

4. Academic Calendar

“Prescribed”- prescribed by these or any other regulations of the college

Semester: Two semesters in an academic year. Total six semesters in the three year degree course.(Sem I to IV –academic semesters and Sem V & VI – apprenticeship)

Duration: Each semester will be of minimum 19 working weeks. includes actual teaching, evaluation and examination programmes, seminars, etc.

Credits & Courses: The courses (subjects) and their credits are as designed by LSC.  Any change to be made in the existing pattern will have to be approved by the Board of Studies constituted for the BMS programme and by the Academic Council and GB of the college.

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 22 4 General courses and 3  skill courses
Semester II 22 4 General courses and 3  skill courses
Semester III 24 4 General courses and 3  skill courses
Semester IV 23 3 General courses and 4 skill courses
Semester V 30 1 MOOC course and 3  skill courses through apprenticeship
Semester VI 30 1 MOOC course and 3  skill courses  through apprenticeship
Total 151 Required for award of degree
  1.  Admissions:
    a)   The intake capacity of the programme is 60 students. Any change shall be as per the directives of LSC. The increase and decrease in the same shall be approved by the Government.b)  The admission policy shall be as per the Government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis. The college can take decision about the need of an entrance test for the admission in the first year of the degree program.c)    Admissions to the first year of the programme shall be made before the start of each academic year.d)   The College shall also admit a  limited number of students from the Non-Resident Indian (NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) to the First Year of  the programme, as per Government rules.e)   BMCC reserves the right to revoke the admission of any candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not fulfil all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.f)    BMCC also reserves the right to cancel admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at any stage of studentship for the unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.

6. Examination and Evaluation:

a)  Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) worth 40 marks and External Examination, i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 60 marks for each course is mandatory. A student has to obtain minimum 50% marks to qualify in CIE and SEE separately.

b) A student has to successfully complete all 6 semesters to be awarded the degree. However, since there are multiple entry and exit options available for the said  programme, if a student completes only one year of the programme he /she will be awarded a diploma by the college and if student completes two years ,he/she will be awarded an advanced diploma in E-Commerce operations

c) The examination and evaluation related rules and regulations for the programme / courses will be framed by the Examination Committee in consultation with all BOS and with the approval of the AC and the GB of the college.

D) The college shall arrange academic and co-curricular activities for the students during academic year. The co-curricular activities will include seminars, workshops, guest lectures, collaborative activities. The participation and performance in such activities can be considered for the evaluation of students.

e) Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to inter collegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester only.

F) Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause (c) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BOS.

g) Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) is to be conducted by the subject teacher; This shall include MCQ Exam, Presentations by the students, project viva voice, tutorial, assignments, lab assessment, etc. as prescribed and decided by the BOS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to the Exam Department by the respective teachers.

h) External Exam called as Semester End Examination (SEE) is to be conducted by the Exam Department jointly with external examiners. This shall include written examination for all courses.

i) Assessment of the students on their Apprenticeship is taken care of by LSC involving a Team of three experts consisting of a faculty member in CI, Industry Mentor, and an External Expert (either from industry or academia).

j) In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the faculty in consultation with co-ordinator.

k) While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the department concerned and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Department of the College. The record of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by the Examination Section.

l) The performance of students at every stage of the CIE may be announced by the concerned subject teacher. The subject teacher can also show the assessed answer books to the students on demand before the submission of final marks to the Controller of Examinations.

Question Papers: Question papers at CIE and SEE will:

i. Cover all sections of the course syllabus uniformly;

ii. Be unambiguous and free -from any defects/errors;

iii.    Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving & quantitative methods;

iv.  Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;

v.    Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.

vi.  In case of errors in the question papers, students should be notified within first 30 minutes of the examination.

vii.  Therefore, the question papers, particularly at SEE, shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.

n) For BMS course the course syllabi is designed and drafted by the LSC and have authorised the BoS of the college to make modifications in consultation with LSC representatives to suit the local needs.

o) There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam Department as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by the Examination Department.

p) Multiple Choice Questions test if conducted will have to be answered by selecting the correct answer from the choices given against it. Such a test shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students.

q) Subjective Question paper will cover the entire syllabus. Such a question paper shall be useful in testing the overall understanding and maturity of the students, through theoretical/practical knowledge, derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.

r) The College shall maintain a high standard in both the CIE and the SEE and ensure the declaration of final results including the SGPA and the CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses shall be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA of the student.

s)   For meeting these requirements, Examination Department shall undertake following steps:

i. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance, maintain transparency in its  operation, declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer sheet and assignment sheets to the Examination Department on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.

ii. SEE shall be conducted jointly by the Examination Department. Considering the time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher in the setting of the question paper.

iii. The answer sheets of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher; and moderation will be done by subject experts. External review of the entire SEE shall be conducted by the Board of Examiners of the College.

iv. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 50 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.

v. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:

      • Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;
      • Irregular in attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;
      • Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;
      • CIE Performance far below the passing standard
  1. Hostel Facility:
    a) Hostel facility for boys and girls students, is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admission. Hostels are governed and managed by the Deccan Education Society and a student has to follow the norms of hostels and pay the fees as per the DES norms. The college can accommodate a limited number of boys and girls students in the hostels.
    b) The admission procedure to hostels, rent payable per seat and the discipline is to be followed by the students shall be as per the rules and regulations of the DES.

8. Attendance:

a)   Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent of all the academic semesters, which includes lectures, tutorials, guest lectures, seminars, workshops, presentations, competitions, and other activities of the college.

b)   100% attendance for apprenticeship in semester 5 and 6 is mandatory.

c)   Absence, due to the illness or any other reason for a period of less than two weeks in a semester, for which a student could not make prior application may be condoned by the college authorities after proper verification .

d)   In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise, the Principal or Vice Principal shall decide whether the student should be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester or not.

e)    In all cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (c ), (d) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).

f)    It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to inform rector of the hostel and also to the concerned course instructor, regarding his/her absence before proceeding for the leave.

9. Conduct and Discipline:

a) All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the premises of the College.

b) Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the premises of the college and if the student is found indulging in them would be dealt severely and would be dismissed from the College.

c) The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the premises of the college shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct, punishable for indiscipline:

        Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behaviour;

        Wilful damage to the property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;

        Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco, alcoholic drinks and banned illegal drugs in the campus;

        Misuse or unauthorized possession of library material, like reference books, journals, magazines;

        Noisy and unseemly behaviour, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;

        Any other act considered by the College as mentioned as indiscipline.

d)  In each case the punishment shall be based on the gravity of the offence, consisting of reprimand, levy of fine, expulsion from hostel, debarring from examination, rustication for a period to outright expulsion.

e)  The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively the Rector of the Hostel and the Principal.

f) In all the cases of offence committed by the student in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c), the Principal /Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.

g)  All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand, shall be considered and decided by the Chairman of Students Disciplinary Committee.

h)  All other cases of indiscipline by the student, such as adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Principal /Vice Principal for taking the appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.

i)  In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Principal, who shall constitute the appropriate committees to review the case.

Programme code is (012) and Course code will be from 012101 to 012604

The code of new syllabus and courses introduced will be decided or changed if required by the co-ordinator, COE and the Assistant COE.

f)  The BOS shall be responsible for planning and implementation of curriculum for all courses included in the Programme. IQAC shall be In-charge of Quality assessment of the program and activities. The co-ordinator shall depute a committee to prepare the timetable and to collect the feedback from the students.

g)  The faculty of each course will have the flexibility to decide the parameters for internal evaluation worth 40 marks

h) The Principal shall assign faculty mentor for all the classes. It shall be the responsibility of the Faculty Mentor to help the students in planning their course work and other academic activities in the class, and also to monitor and advise them regularly on their academic and other performance at the College.

 

10.  Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

a)  A student is allowed to keep term for only four courses (subjects) to get into the next semester three or five. If a student fails in more than four subjects he/she will not be eligible to get admission in third or fifth semester. If a first year student has four or less than four failed subjects, then he/she should appear and pass all failed courses in second year in order to be eligible to be admitted in third year i.e. Sem V.  The backlog examinations are conducted prior to the regular examinations.

b) A student who has not passed in four out of fourteen regular courses in Second academic year is allowed to get admitted in Third year i.e. Sem V (subject to provision in clause (a) Student should appear and pass all the courses in Third year in order to be eligible to get the degree.

11 Programme Duration:

a)  The Programme duration for a student to complete the academic and other requirements at the College and to qualify for the award of Degree by the University shall be of 6 semesters. However, the college may extend the same for two academic years after the completion of three years of regular duration. In case the student is unable to pass the particular semester or qualify for the admission in the next year, he/she can be allowed maximum period of 5 years from the date of his admission in first year to qualify the degree.  In case of failure to comply a student has to take re-admission in the first year. The student should normally pass the programme within 3 years from his/her admission to the respective semester. The re-registration would be necessary in case of failure to complete the degree in five years.

b) A student will not be awarded degree if his/her CGPA at the end of the course is less than 5.0, such student will have to reappear for the examination.

12)  Temporary Withdrawal:

a) A student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness, grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening. The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester, provided that

i) He/She applies to the College within at least 3 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later, stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal along with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.
ii)   The College is satisfied that, even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 151 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

iii)   The student shall have settled all dues of the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

b) A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provisions shall be required to pay fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College. However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.

c) Normally, a student shall be entitled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College. This temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the five years duration as per section 17 (a).

12.Termination from the Programme:

A students’ admission shall stand cancelled on the following grounds: –

i. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities shall result in student’s name being struck off from the college rolls.

ii. Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

iii. If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular course.

13.Grading System:

a)  A student is considered to have completed a course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures CGPA 5.0

b)  A transcript shall include all the general courses, skill courses and apprenticeship.

c)  Both the SGPA and CGPA shall not be rounded off to the first place of decimal and recorded as it is for ease of presentation. The CGPA is used for the purpose of determining the merit ranking.

d)  Withholding of Grades: The Grades of a student in a semester shall be withheld and not declared if the student fails to pay the dues to the College or has disciplinary action pending against him/her.

  1. Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a) A student shall be eligible for the award of Degree from the College and the University provided:

 Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 5.0 grade points or higher in each of the courses.

 Obtained a CGPA of >= 5.00 at the end of the programme in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;

 Paid all the dues to the college including the departments, hostels, library and other units;

 No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b) The AC shall be the recommending authority for the award of B.M.S. Degree to the student fulfilling all the requirements specified under the clause (a) and the Board shall be the approving authority.

(c) The Degree shall then be granted by the University to the student.

Evaluation of Grade & Grade Point Average

Marks Obtained Grade Points Grade
91-100 10 O:      OUTSTANDING
81-90.99 9 A+:   EXCELLENT
71-80.99 8 A:     VERY GOOD
61-70.99 7 B+:   GOOD
51-60.99 6 B:     ABOVE AVERAGE
45-50.99 5 C:    AVERAGE
40-44.99 4 P:      PASS
0-39.99 0 F:      FAIL
0 AA AA:   ABSENT (Ab)
  1. ii) Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) =

SGPA=      

SGPA=

iii) Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) =

CGPA =     

CGPA=

  • Degree Credits
  1. Com. – 120 BBA – 125 BBA (IB) -125 BBA (CA) -125 B.M.S.- 151 M. Com. – 75 PGDBF/IB -30
  • CGPA Calculation is on

B.Com- 114 Credits    BBA- 120 Credits       BBA (IB)-120 credits            BBA (CA) – 120 Credits

B.M.S.- 151 M.Com. – 64 Credits      PGDBF/PGDIB- 30 Credits

  • ATKT is allowed for 4 subjects for FY to SY and SY to TY but a student need to pass all FY subjects to be eligible for admission in TY.
  • Int(Internal) is for 40 marks for undergraduate courses and 50 marks for post graduate courses.
  • Passing is separate for Int & Ext. For Undergraduate: Int is 16/40 and Ext is 24/60. & B.M.S.: Int is 20/40 and Ext is 30/60.For Post Graduate Int is 20/50 and Ext is 20/50.
  • No Credits will be earned for failed subjects.
  • Skill Courses and experiential learning credits evaluation are in grades or grade points.
  • For BMS course apprenticeship will include 46 credits.

 

ABBREVIATIONS

Int = Internal                        Ext = External                                    F = Fail in Subject/Course

* = Current Appearance      #= Ordinance 4                                   & = Ordinance 163

Ab = Absent                         $ = Ordinance 1                                  @ = Ordinance 1 + 163

Ex = Exempted

  1. CGPA improvement after completion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degreea)  A student who secures CGPA between 5.0 and 6.0 after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to appear 1/3rd of the total academic subjects excluding practicals.b)   A student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing of his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation. He/she will submit a written application to the co-ordinator or CEO seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement. Application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college.c)  At the time of registration a student will surrender all the original mark sheets given to him by the College. He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not misuse the mark sheets till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.f)  A student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay required fees as laid down by the college which is subject to changes from time to time.g)  A student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for SEE of the particular subjects. No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of absentee. Absentee for Semester End Examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.h)  The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.i)  A student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all 1/3rd of total subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the re-examination in such cases.j)  Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.k)  A student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued new mark sheet by the College. This mark sheet will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new mark sheet will be commensurate with the immediate next result date. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for Degree Certificate from the University.

M. Com.

For the Award of  M. Com. Degree

Applicable for the autonomous college students

i.e. Part I- M. Com Students from the academic year 2017-18

1.Short Title and Commencement:

(a) These Regulations shall be called as “BMCC Regulations for the Award of M.COM.

       Degree”;

(b) They shall come into effect from the date of getting approval from the Appropriate

     Authorities and Governing Body of the Autonomous College.

(c) They shall be applicable for all students enrolling for Part I of M.Com. Degree programme

     at BMCC from Academic year 2017-18.

  1. Definitions:
  2. “M.Com.” means Master of Commerce, Post Graduate Two Years Degree  Course of Autonomous BMCC awarded by the Savitribai Phule Pune University;
  3.            “GB” means Governing Body of the autonomous BMCC;

    iii.           “College” means Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune;

  1.            “AC” means Academic Council autonomous college;
  2.            “BoS” means Board of Studies of the autonomous College, with the specific functions
  3.            “COE” means Controller of Examination of Autonomous College;

  vii.           “IQAC” means Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the autonomous college;

viii.           “Principal” means Principal of the autonomous College;

  1.            “ Vice Principal” means Vice Principal of the autonomous College;
  2.            “Government” means Government of Maharashtra;
  3.            “Prescribed” means prescribed by these or any other Regulations of the College;

  xii.           “Regulations” Rules and Regulations framed by Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune (Autonomous)

xiii.           “University” means Savitribai Phule PuneUniversity;

xiv.           “DES” means Deccan Education Society a parent body of the college.

  1.            “CIE” Continuous Internal Evaluation

xvi.           “SEE” Semester End Examination

  1. Preamble:

The Regulations prescribed herein have been framed by the College, an autonomous college under the Savitribai Phule Pune University, to facilitate the smooth and orderly conduct of its academic programmes, examination and evaluation,activities and functions at the M. Com level. It is expected that the Regulation swill enable the students to take advantage of the various academic opportunities at the College and prepare themselves to face the challenges in their careers ahead. It may be noted that:

(a)    The provisions made herein shall be applicable to all the M. Com. Programmes offered at

the College, under autonomous status;

(b)   They shall also be applicable to all the new Programmes, which may be introduced at the

College in the future;

(c)    Academic and non-academic requirements prescribed by the ‘AC’ have to be fulfilled by a

student to obtain the degree;

  1. Academic Calendar

Semester                 Two semesters in an academic year Total Four Semester in two year degree course

Duration                 each semester will be of minimum of 13 to 15 working Weeks which includes actual teaching, Evaluation and Examination, Programs, Seminars etc.

Credit Courses       This Pattern of credit system can be changed by Academic council as per the need and experience. The changes made by academic council and granted by Governing Body can be applicable from the same academic year.

Semester Credits Courses
Semester  I 16 2 Compulsory and 2  Elective courses @ 4 credits each
Semester II 16 2 Compulsory and 2  Elective courses @ 4 credits each
Semester III 16 2 Compulsory and 2  Elective courses @ 4 credits each
Semester IV 16 2 Compulsory and 2  Elective courses @ 4 credits each
 Total 64 from Regular Courses
Semester III 01 Environmental Studies
Semester III, IV 04 Other Skill Courses
 All Semester 04 Introduction to Cyber Security
Semester I, II 02 Human Rights
Total 75 Minimum required for award of degree

 

 

 

Master of Commerce (M.Com.) Semester Pattern with Credit System

with effect from June 2017

Preamble for Choice Based Credit System

 

Since liberalization the socio-political-economic scenario is changing very fast. There is a significant transformation in term educational expectation and aspiration of the learner. The educational system also is witnessing many changes and challenges due to technological growth and changes in the Government policies. Education is no longer a concern of students but it has become a matter of social and economic importance. The changes at the global level has influence the educational system, structure and expectation of the users.

Higher education needs to take contingence of all these changes and restructure itself to stand in a competitive dynamic environment. Professional stream of learning like Commerce have to be properly upgraded to accommodate challenges of change,expectation of employers’ and to offer global opportunities to the learners.From this point of view the course structure of post-graduate programme in Commerce needs to be structured. It has to be according to expectations of the learners, employers and the society. The learning inputs have to be more update, skilled based and with appropriate applications. The course programme should consider desire aptitude, attitude and acumen of the learner.

From this point of view BMCC has introduced Choice Base Credit System of course structure. This system shall offer a flexible user friendly, opportunity to the learner, will broader the horizon of Commerce education and will give a fair chance to every single learner to exhibit his talent, acquired skills and enhance his personality. It will further enhance his opportunity of global mobility, to acquire different knowledge inputs from different global institutes.

  1. Objectives:
  2. To equip and train Post Graduate students to accept the challenges of Business World by providing opportunities for study and analysis of advanced Commercial and business methods and processes.
  3. To develop independent logical thinking and facilitate personality development.
  4. To equip the students for seeking suitable careers in management and entrepreneurship.
  5. To study by students methods of Data collection and their interpretations.
  6. To develop among students Communication, Study and Analytical skills.

 

  1. Duration:

The M.Com. Course will be of Two Years duration consisting of Two part. i.e. Part I and

Part II. Each part is having Two Semesters. Thus the M.Com. Course is of Four Semesters. For each Semester there will be Four Papers of 100 marks each. The M.Com.Degree will be of 1600 marks in aggregate.

  1. Duration and Structure of Programme:

The M.Com (Semester pattern with Credit System) degree Programme shall be of 2 years’ duration divided into two parts, Part I and Part II, and 4 semesters.

 

  1. Eligibility:

The student who has passed any Bachelors degree of this University or any other recognized University shall be held eligible to be admitted to M.Com. Course.

  1. Course Structure:

The M.Com. degree course will be of two year duration consisting of four semesters and

of minimum 64 credits as below: (from regular course)

Sr. No. Semester Total Credits

 

1 Semester I 16
2 Semester II 16
3 Semester III 16
4 Semester IV 16
Grand Total 64

Value added course

Ø  In addition to these Students has to gain 11 credits.Explanation of these 11 credits are as follows.

Credits Subject name Sem
1 EVS 1 credit sem. III
4 Cyber Security each sem. 1 credit
2 Human Rights one credit each  sem. I and Sem. II
4 Skill Development Courses 2 credit each in III and IV semester
11

total credits

II

Theses 11 credits are value added credits. All the above mentioned 11 credits will not be a part of CGPA. i.e. percentage or grade will not based on these credits.However passing and satisfactory performance is mandatory in all these value added credits.

Total credits in Part I

Part I Part II
From Regular course 32 32
From value added Course 04 07
Total credits 36 39

Four credits for project work at 4th Semester (This will include credits for fieldwork, data presentation and report writing)

In each Semester, there will be four papers of 100 marks each out of which 50 marks will be for Internal Assessment (attendance, home assignments, classtests, long term papers, classroom presentation and 50 marks for Term End. Thus M.Com. degree examination, four Semesters shall be of 1600 marks and of minimum 64 credits altogether.

The following shall be the course structure.

 

6.The Scheme of Papers: The following will be the Scheme of papers:

Semester I

Subject type Course Code Title of the paper Hrs/

Week

Credit Exam.

Hours

Maximum Marks
Core

Compulsory

5101 Management

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
5102 Strategic

Management

04 04 03 50 50 100
 

 

Core

Elective/

Optional

Subjects/

Special

Subjects

To choose any one Group of the following
Group A (Advanced Accounting & Taxation)
5103A Advanced

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
5104A Income Tax 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group B (Advanced Cost Accounting & Cost system)
5103B Advanced Cost

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
5104B Costing Technique

and Responsibility

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
Group C (Business Administration)
5103C Production and

Operation

Management

04 04 03 50 50 100
5104C Financial

Management

04 04 03 50 50 100

Sem. II

Subject type Course Code Title of the paper Hrs/

Week

Credit Exam.

Hours

Maximum Marks
Core

Compulsory

5201 Financial Analysis and

Control

04 04 03 50 50 100
5202(A)

Or

 

5202(B)

Industrial Economics /

Business

Statistics

04 04 03 50 50 100
 

 

Core

Elective/

Optional

Subjects/

Special

Subjects

To choose any one Group of the following
Group A (Advanced Accounting & Taxation)
5203A Specialized Areas in

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
5204A Business Tax Assessment

& Planning

04 04 03 50 50 100
Group B Advanced Cost Accounting & Cost system)
5203B Application Cost

Accounting

04 04 03 50 50 100
5204B Cost Control & Cost System 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group C (Business Administration)
5203C Business Ethics and

Professional Values

04 04 03 50 50 100
5204C Elements of Knowledge

Management

04 04 03 50 50 100

Sem. III

Subject type Course Code Title of the paper Hrs/

Week

Credit Exam.

Hours

Maximum Marks
Core

Compulsory

5301 Business Finance 04 04 03 50 50 100
5302 Research Methodology for Business 04 04 03 50 50 100
 

 

Core

Elective/

Optional

Subjects/

Special

Subjects

To choose any one Group of the following
Group A (Advanced Accounting & Taxation)
5303A Advanced Auditing 04 04 03 50 50 100
5304A Specialized areas in Auditing 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group B (Advanced Cost Accounting & Cost system)
5303B Cost Audit 04 04 03 50 50 100
5304B Management Audit 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group C (Business Administration)
5303C Human Resource Management

 

04 04 03 50 50 100
5304C Organizational Behaviour 04 04 03 50 50 100

 

Sem. IV

Subject type Course Code Title of the paper Hrs/

Week

Credit Exam.

Hours

Maximum Marks
Core

Compulsory

5401 Capital Market and

Financial Services

04 04 03 50 50 100
5402 (A) or

 

 

5402(B)

Industrial Economic

Environment  /

Operations Research

04 04 03 50 50 100
 

 

Core

Elective/

Optional

Subjects/

Special

Subjects

To choose any one Group of the following
Group A (Advanced Accounting & Taxation)
5403A Recent Advances in Accounting,

Taxation, Taxation

and Auditing

04 04 03 50 50 100
5404A Project Work 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group B (Advanced Cost Accounting & Cost system)
5403B Recent Advances in

Cost Auditing and

Cost System

04 04 03 50 50 100
5404B Project Work 04 04 03 50 50 100
Group C (Business Administration)
5403C Recent Advances in

Business

Administration

04 04 03 50 50 100
5404C Project Work 04 04 03 50 50 100

7.Scheme of Examination:

The examination of regular students of M.Com. degree course of the BMCC admitted in the academic session 2017-18 and after shall be based on:

(a) Semester Examination

(b) Continuous Assessment

(c) Choice Based Credit System, and

(d) Semester Grade Point Average and Cumulative Grade Point Average System

For each paper of 100 marks, there will be an Internal Assessment (1A) of 50 marks and

the Term End Examination (TE) of 50 marks/ 3 hours duration at the end of each semester.                  A candidate who will secure atleast 40% marks allotted to each paper will be given 4 credits.             A candidate who does not pass the examination in any subject or subjects in one semester will be permitted to appear in such failed subject or subjects along with the papers of following semesters.

The Internal Assessment for each paper will be 50 marks which will be carried out by the department during the term. The Internal Assessment may be in the forms of written test, seminars,term papers, presentations, assignments, orals or any such others. The distribution of internal assessment marks shall be as follows:

Midterm Test

 

20
Presentation/Role Play

 

10
Case studies/ Group Discussion/ MCQ

 

10
Quiz / Home Assignment 10
Total 50

There shall be four semester examinations: first semester examination at the middle of the first academic year and the second semester examination at the end of the first academic year. Similarly, the third and fourth semester examinations shall be held at the middle and the end of the second academic year, respectively.

A student cannot register for the third semester, if she/he fails to complete 50% credits of the total credits expected to be ordinarily completed within two semesters.

  1. Research project work:

There will be a Research Project to be prepared by a student during the fourth semester. The objective of the project work is to introduce students to research methodology in the subject and prepare them for pursuing research in theoretical or experimental or computational areas of the subject. The project work is to be undertaken under guidance of a teacher allotted to a student by the department.

Division of marks Marks
A.    Synopsis with working bibliography (Internal

Assessment)

Viva Voice (Internal Assessment)

40 marks

 

10 marks

50 marks
B.     A full project Report (Minimum 50-80 pages)

(Internal & External Assessment)

Viva Voice (Internal & External Assessment)

40 marks

 

10 marks

50 marks

As the Research Project is based on the self-study done by the candidate and evaluated for 100 marks altogether, 04 credits will be awarded to a successful candidate in this subject.The project may be evaluated by two examiners one internal and one external, selected from the panel of PG examiners of the University. The Viva voice must be conducted by the teachers selected out of the panel of PG examiners maintained by the BMCC

The candidates have to submit the project 15 days before the commencement of the fourth semester Term End Examination. The project report shall be type-written and submitted in duplicate. A candidate who fails to submit the project may resubmit the same in the subsequent semester examination for evaluation. The project work activities must be duly supported by documentary evidence to be endorsed by the Head or Guide.

  1. Standard of passing:

A candidate shall be declared to have passed in the paper provided he/she has secured minimum GP of 4.5 in the TERM END EXAMINATION and GRADE POINT AVERAGE of 4.0 in aggregate of TERM END GRADE and INTERNAL ASSESSMENT taken together.

  1. Classification of successful candidates:

Candidates who secured not less than 60% of aggregate marks (INTERNAL ASSESSMENT +TERM END EXAMINATION)in the whole examination shall be declared to have passed the examination in the first class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed in second class. Candidates who obtain 70% of the marks in the aggregate(INTERNAL ASSESSMENT + TERM END EXAMINATION) shall be deemed to have passed the examination in first class with distinction. A student who passes in all the courses will be declared to have passed the M.Com. degree with the following honours.

CGPA in (4.00, 4.99) Pass Class

 

CGPA in (5.00, 5.49) – Second Class
CGPA in (5.50, 5.99) Higher Second Class
CGPA in (6.00, 7.99) First Class
CGPA in (8.00, 10,00) First Class with Distinction
  1. Scheme of Credits:

Sixty (60) hours of teaching will lead to three credits (which mean four hours per week teaching in one semester) and long term paper as well as presentation will carry one credit.Each semester shall have 16 credits

  1. Structure of Transcript:

At the end of each semester, student will be given a transcript showing the performance and result in each course. The transcript shows, for each course the title of the course, credit values, grade in TERM END EXAMINATION , grade in INTERNAL ASSESSMENT , grade point index, result as pass or fail. Also, the semester grade point average(SGPA) and cumulative grade point average (CPGA) will be shown. Further the equivalent percentage of marks corresponding to SGPG or CGPA to equivalent percentage is given by:

10 х CGPA if CGPA/SGPA is in [4.00, 6.00]

Equivalent percentage marks =           05 х CGPA + 30 if CGPA/SGPA is in [6.00, 9.00]

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25 х CGPA – 150 if CGPA /SGPA is in [9.00, 10.00]

Marks Grade Grade Point
100 to 75 O : Outstanding 06
74 to 65 A : Very Good 05
64 to 55 B : Good 04
54 to 50 C : Average 03
49 to 45 D : Satisfactory 02
44 to 40 E : Pass 01
39 to 0 F : Fail 00
(C) GPA Grade

 

05.00 – 6.00 0
04.50 – 04.99 A A
03.50 – 04.49 B

 

B
02.50 – 03.49 C

 

C
01.50 – 02.49 D

 

D
00.50 – 01.49 E

 

E
00.00 – 00.49 F

 

F
  1. Distribution of Periods:

There shall be 60 periods for each subject to cover the entire teaching of4 credits. This

Particulars Periods

 

Teaching session per programme 48
Assignment/ Test 04
Role play/ Group Discussion 04
Case studies and presentation 04
TOTAL 60
  1. Standard of Passing.
  2. Regular students: – A candidate is required to obtain 40% marks in each of course in both Mid Semesters and Semester end. It means passing separately at Mid-Semester and semester Examinations is compulsory.
  3. Award of Class.
  4. The class in respect of M.Com. Examination will be awarded on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in all the sixteen papers at the Semester I,II, III, and IV together.

The Award of class shall be as under:-

  1. Improvement: – A candidate having passed M.Com.Examination will be allowed to improve the performance. The same is termed as‘Class Improvement Scheme’ under which improvement of performance shall be allowed only at the Semester end Examination.
  2. A candidate after passing M.Com. Examination will be allowed to appear in the

additional Special Subject after keeping necessary terms in the concerned special

subject only, for which a passing certificate will be issued.

  1. Medium of Instruction :

The use of Marathi is allowed for writing answers in the examination except for

following courses:

  1. Management Accounting
  2. Financial Analysis & Control
  3. Business Statistics,
  4. Advanced Accounting and Taxation
  5. Advanced Cost Accounting and Cost Systems.

17.The Examination, evaluation patterns its rules and regulations for all courses should be   framed by Examination committee in consultation with BoS and with approval from AC and GB.

18.Admissions:

  1. a)The intake capacity of each programme should be as per the directives and sanction of government. The increase and decrease of the same should be approved by the respective government.
  2. b)The admission policy should be as per the government regulations of social reservation and on merit basis. The College can decide about entrance test for admission in first year M.Com.
  3. c)Admissions to the first year of the programme shall be made before the start of each academic year
  4. d)The College shall also admit to first year of the programmes, a limited number of students of Non-Resident Indian(NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Foreign National categories, as per Government rules.
  5. e)The College reserves the right to revoke the admission of any candidate, if it is found at any time after admission that he/she does not fulfill all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission.
  6. f)The College also reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and discontinue his/her studies at anystage of studentship for unsatisfactory academic performance and/or undisciplined conduct.

19.Evaluation and Examination:

  1. a)Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) of 50 marks and External Examination i.e. Semester End Examination (SEE) of 50 marks for each course is mandatory, Students has to score minimum 40% marks to qualify in each type of evaluation parameter and external exam.
  2. b)Student is allowed to carry all courses from first term to second, third to fourth.Student is allowed to keep term only for 4 regular courses from first year to second year.

20.Hostel Facility:

  1. a)Hostel facility for men and women students is available for limited seats. Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation at the time of admissions, Hostels are governed and managed by Deccan Education Society and student has to follow the norms of hostels and fess as per DES Norms, it can admit a limited number of men and women students in the hostels.
  2. b)The method of admission to students’hostels, rent payable per each seat allotted and the discipline to be followed by the residents shall be as per rules and regulations framed by the DES.

21.Attendance:

  1. a)Each student shall be required to attend at least 75 per cent of all the classes arranged like, lectures, tutorials, Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Presentations, Competitions, and other activities of the college for being permitted to attend the External Examination.
  2. b)Students shall also be required to take part in any other academic and nonacademic activities and attend the camps, asand when arranged by the College during the academic year.
  3. c)Students desirous of leave of absence for less than two weeks during a semester shall apply for it in advance to the class mentor faculty or vice principal giving reasons & supporting documents, if any and get it approved.
  4. d)Absence due to illness or any other reason for a period less than two weeks in a semester, for which a student could not make prior application, may be condoned by college authorities after proper verification.
  5. e)The Principal and Vice Principal shall be the Authority for sanctioning the leave of students outside clauses (d) and(e) above, after receiving their applications along with recommendations of the Faculty Mentor.
  6. f)In the case of long absence of a student in a semester with prior approval or otherwise, the Principal or Vice Principal shall decide whether the student be asked to withdraw from the programme for that particular semester.
  7. g)In all the cases of leave of absence as per Clauses (d)-(f) above, the period of leave taken shall not be condoned for the purposes of fulfilling the attendance requirements stipulated in the Clauses (a) and (b).
  8. h)It shall be the responsibility of a student residing in the hostel to intimate the Warden of his/her hostel and also the concerned course instructors regarding his/her absence before proceeding on leave.

22.Conduct and Discipline:

  1. a)All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the College.
  2. b)Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the precincts of the College and the students found indulging in them should be dealt with severely and dismissed from the College.
  3. c)The following additional acts of omission and/or commission by the students within or outside the precincts of the College shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct punishable as indiscipline:
  • Lack of courtesy and decorum, as well as indecent behavior;
  • Willful damage of property of the College/Hostel or of fellow students;
  • Possession/consumption/distribution of tobacco,alcoholic drinks and banned drugs in the campus;
  • Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library material, like. Books;
  • Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing peace in the College/Hostel;
  • Hacking in computer systems, either hardware or software or both;
  • Any other act considered by the College as of gross indiscipline.
  1. d)In each case above, the punishment shall be based on the gravity of offence, covering from reprimand, levy of fine,expulsion from Hostel, debar from examination, rustication for a period, to outright expulsion.
  2. e)The reprimanding Authority for an offence committed by students in the Hostels and in the Department or the classroom shall be respectively, the Rector of the Hostels and the Principal.
  3. f)In all the cases of offence committed by students in jurisdictions outside the purview of Clause (c), the Vice Principal shall be the Authority to reprimand them.
  4. g)All major acts of indiscipline involving punishment other than mere reprimand, shall be considered and decided by the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee.
  5. h)All other cases of indiscipline of students, like adoption of unfair means in the examinations shall be reported to the Vice Principal, for taking appropriate action and deciding on the punishment to be levied.
  6. i)In all the cases of punishment levied on the students for any offence committed, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Director, who shall constitute appropriate Committees to review the case.

23.Allowed To Keep Term (ATKT):

  1. a)A students who has not passed in maximum 4 out of 8 regular courses in first academic year is allowed to get admitted in second year. the exam schedule of regular students will be followed by the backlog students for SEE, the Students who is cleared with First year and not passed in maximum 4 courses out of 8 of second year can be admitted in third year.
  2. b)A Student should appear and pass all the regular and skill the courses in First, Second  in order to be eligible to get the degree.
  3. c)Student must enrol and pass skill courses of 11 credits during the period of two years in order to get the degree certificate. Failure in evaluation in skill courses should not be counted in the ATKT rules.
  4. d)Students who will be unable to attend internal evaluation or external examination due to intercollegiate participation, university, state, national or international level participation or any other representation on behalf of college through proper channel, are eligible for re-exam in the same semester.
  5. e)Re-exam shall be conducted for internal evaluation and external exam as well for those students covered under clause(d) and some special cases recommended by AC of the college. The re-exam parameters for such students can be different than other students under the discretion of the teacher and head of the department. The decision regarding change in the parameter of internal evaluation should be properly documented and approved in the meeting of BoS.

24.Temporary Withdrawal:

  1. a)Student shall be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the College on the grounds like prolonged illness, grave calamity in the family or any other serious happening. The withdrawal shall be for periods which are integral multiples of a semester, provided that
  2.  He/She applies to the College within at least 3 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later,stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian.
  3.  The College is satisfied that, even by taking into account the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete the Programme requirements of 75 credits within the time limits specified earlier.

                  iii.   The student shall have settled all the dues or demands at the College including those of Hostel, Department, Library and other units.

  1. b)A student availing of temporary withdrawal from the College under the above provision shall be required to pay such fees and/or charges as may be fixed by the College until such time as the students name appears on the Roll List. However, it shall be noted that the fees/charges once paid shall not be refunded.
  2. c)Normally, a student shall be entitled to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility for maximum one academic year and only once during his/her studentship of the Programme at the College, this temporary withdrawal should not be counted in the four years duration as per section 17(a).
  3. Termination from the Programme:

A student shall be required to leave the College on the following grounds

  1. Absence from classes for more than six weeks at a time in a semester  without leave of absence being approved by the competent authorities, shall result in the student’s name being struck off the College rolls.
  2. Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time shall also result in the student being recommended by the Students Disciplinary Committee to leave the College.

   iii.     If at the end of the given term of five years student is unable to qualify the regular courses and skill courses.

 

 

26.Examinations and Performance Assessment:

  1. a)Sessional, involving Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE), to be normally conducted by the subject teacher all through the semester; This shall include MCQ Exam, Presentations by the students, project viva voice, tutorial, assignments, lab assessment, etc. as prescribed and decided by the BoS in official meeting. Internal evaluation marks will be communicated to exam department by the respective teachers.
  2. b)External Exam often designated as Semester End Examination (SEE) to be conducted by Exam department, preferably jointly with an external examiner; This shall include a written examination for all courses.
  3. c)The evaluation of the project work shall be based on Sessional Work assigned by the project supervisor, seminar presentation,project report and assessment by Project Evaluation Committee appointed by BoS and COE.
  4. d)In the case of other requirements, such as seminar, comprehensive viva voice the assessment shall be made as determined by the Authority of the College.
  5. e)While the conduct of CIE for a course shall be the responsibility of the subject teacher and the Department concerned, and SEE shall be conducted centrally by the Examination Section of the College. The records of both CIE and SEE shall be maintained by the Examination Section.
  6. f)The performance of students at every stage of the CIE may be announced by the concerned subject teacher. The subject teacher can also show the assessed answer books to the students on demand only before submission of the final marks to the Controller of Examinations.
  7. g)Question Papers: For being able to conduct the testing of the students in an effective manner, good question papers shall be used as the principal tool, making it necessary for the question papers at CIE and SEE to:
  8. Cover all sections of the course syllabus uniformly;
  9. Be unambiguous and free from any defects/errors;

                           iii.           Emphasize knowledge testing, problem solving & quantitative methods;

  1. Contain adequate data/ other information on the problems assigned;
  2. Have clear and complete instructions to the candidates.
  3. h)In case of errors in the question papers, students should be notifies within first 30 minutes of the examination.
  4. i)Therefore, the question papers,particularly at SEE, shall be set covering the entire syllabus and the students given opportunity to answer questions from the full syllabus of the course by restricting their choice out of each unit in the syllabus.
  5. j)Besides, the course syllabi shall be well drafted, be defect-free and properly unitized (or modularized) to enable the distribution of questions in the question papers to cover the whole syllabus. These aspects shall have to be taken into account, in particular, by the concerned BoS.
  6. k)There shall be two sets of question papers to be set by the subject teacher for every exam and to be submitted to Exam departments as per the methods, rules and regulations decided by Examination department.
  7. l)Multiple Choice Questions, having each question to be answered by tick marking the correct answer from the choices (commonly four) given against it. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of knowledge, skills, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and understanding of the students. Usually, CIE shall be of this type.
  8. m)Comprehensive Questions, having all questions of the regular type to be answered in detail. Such a question paper shall be useful in the testing of overall achievement and maturity of the students in a subject, through long questions relating to theoretical/practical knowledge,derivations, problem solving and quantitative evaluation.
  9. n)The College shall maintain a high standard in both CIE and SEE and ensure the declaration of final results including SGPA and  CGPA of the courses attended by a student in a semester before the end of the semester. Regular courses and Skill Courses should be considered while calculating the SGPA and CGPA

For meeting these requirements, Examination department should undertake following steps:

  1. CIE shall be conducted exclusively by the subject teacher, who shall spell out the components of CIE in advance,maintain transparency in its  operation,declare the evaluation results in time and return the answer scripts and assignment sheets to the students on a regular basis after the evaluation is completed.
  2. SEE shall be preferably conducted jointly by the Examination department considering the tight time schedule for the various tasks connected with SEE, the external examiner shall be associated with the teacher only in the setting of the question paper.

               iii.     The answer scripts of SEE shall be evaluated by the subject teacher only; but, an external review of the entire SEE shall be conducted under the aegis of the Board of Examiners of the College before declaring the results. This step shall be useful to the College to gain the confidence of the University on the fairness and transparency in the system.

  1. Suggested passing standard for each of the courses shall be 40 % of the marks from the CIE and SEE separately and jointly.
  2. Attendance at all examinations, both CIE and SEE of each course shall be compulsory for the students. Students having the following deficiencies shall not be permitted to attend the SEE:
  3. Disciplinary action by the College pending against him/her;
  4. Irregular in attendance at lecture/laboratory and other classes;
  5. Failure to meet the standards of attendance prescribed;
  6. CIE Performance far below the passing standard

27.Eligibility for the Award of Degree:

(a) A student shall be eligible for the award of M. Com. Degree from the College and the University provided:

  • Completed all the prescribed credit requirements for the award of Degree with 4.0 grade points or higher, in each of the courses, has satisfactorily completed skill courses and participated in the Workshop, Seminar, and activities organized by the college;
  • Satisfactorily completed all the non-credit requirements,
  • Obtained a CGPA of >= 4.00 at the end of the semester in which he/she completes all the requirements for the award of Degree;
  • Paid all the dues to the College including the Department, Hostels, Library and other units; and,
  • No case or disciplinary action pending against him/her.

(b) The AC shall be the Recommending Authority for the award of M. Com. Degree to students fulfilling the requirements specified under Clause (a) above and the Board shall be the Approving Authority.

(c) The Degree award shall then be granted by the University.

  1. CGPA improvement after completion of prerequisite credits for the award of Degree
  2. a)Students who secure CGPA between 4.0 and 6.0  after completing the pre-requisite credits for the award of degree, and wish to improve their CGPA are permitted for CGPA improvement. Such students be permitted to withdraw their grade in a given course with poor grade and permitted to reappear for the examinations for improving the grade and in turn CGPA.
  3. b)Student can appear for grade improvement examination within one year from the date of passing his/her Examination. He should not have taken (i) Leaving Certificate from the Institute and ii) Degree from University of Pune through convocation. He/she will submit a written application to dean academics seeking his/her permission to register for class improvement within one month from the date of declaration of result or one week before the date of convocation of University of Pune whichever is earlier. This application will be forwarded to AC through the Examination Committee and payment of fees prescribed by the college. No student will be admitted once the subject registration process of that semester ends.
  4. c)For grade improvement student will have to take maximum 3 courses in which he/she has secured 4.0 to 6.0 grade points in one stretch.
  5. d)Student can choose maximum three theory courses from a particular semester offered for F.Y , S.Y or T.Y B. Com in which he/she has secured .0 to 6.0 grade points. Student will have to register for these courses in a particular semester in which those subjects are offered.
  6. e)At the time of registration student will surrender all the original mark lists given to him by the institute He will have to give an affidavit that he/she will not do any use of surrendered marklists till he/she gets official result of the subjects for which he/she wishes to appear for grade improvement. No change of subjects or drop of subjects will be allowed after registration.
  7. f)Student wishing to improve his/her grade will have to pay appropriate fees as laid down by the institute time to time.
  8. g)Student wishing to appear for grade improvement is exempted from attending regular classes as he/she has already undergone the course instructions but he/she will have to appear for all the evaluation tests conducted for the particular subjects. No re-exam or retest will be allowed for the class improvement, in case of such students misses any of the tests or examinations. Absentee for End semester examination will automatically lead to award of FF grade in that subject.
  9. h)The grading process as used for the regular students appearing for that subject will be applicable and no concession of any sort will be granted on account of absentee for any of the examinations.
  10. i)Student wishing to use the facility of grade improvement will have to pass in all the three subjects at a time for which he/she has registered for. He/she will not be entitled for the summer term or re-examination in such cases.
  11. j)Only one attempt will be permissible for any candidate wishing to use the facility of grade improvement. If the student fails to secure higher grades resulting in reduction in overall CGPA then the original result of the student before registering for grade improvement will be retained.
  12. k)Student who improves his/her CGPA will be issued fresh mark lists by the institute. These mark lists will have star against the subjects for which he/she has appeared for grade improvement and will state “Grade Improvement”. The date on the new mark lists will be that as issued for other students appearing in those subjects. Name of the student will be communicated to the University and he/she will have to apply for degree certificate from University.

Guidelines For Senior College

B.Com.

B.Com. Degree of 120 Credits (minimum)

Guidelines for students

1.  Minimum Credits required to claim degree is 120 .

2.  Each course of regular course is of 3 credits.

3.  Regular Courses: Courses from regular timetable of the college.

4.  Skill Courses: Courses other than regular timetable of the college. It consists of Experiential Learning Departments and other skill courses approved by the GB of Autonomous BMCC.

5.  Regular Courses

  1. Compulsory Courses
  2. Elective Courses

6.  Compulsory Course are those which does not have any option.

7.  Elective Courses are those where students have options to select any of the course of their choice based on availability and merit  of specific elective course.

Sem.I Sem.II Sem.III Sem.IV Sem.V Sem.VI Total
Regular Courses 7 7 6 6 6 6 38
Credits per course 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Total Credit 21 21 18 18 18 18 114

8.  A Student has to mandatorily appear for EVS course in S.Y.B.Com. for 1 credit.

9.  Total credit from Regular courses is 114 credit+ 1 of EVS =115 Credits.

10.  A student needs to achieve 120 credits for claiming the Degree. The Gap of 5 credits should be filled by the students from skill courses.

11.  A choice is given by the college for 5 credits of skill courses.

12.  The credits of Skill Courses can be acquired either from Experiential Learning Departments or by opting for Skill Courses.

13.  A student has to earn these 5 credits from skill courses or Experiential Learning Departments during the tenure of 3 years of the Degree Program.

14.  The enrollment to these Experiential Learning Departments depends on the basis of selection through procedure declared by the respective departments.

15.  The academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC approved the following departments to offer Experiential Learning credits.

Name of the Department No. of Credits

Annually

Maximum Credits
NSS 2 5
NCC 3 9
Student Welfare 2 6
Cultural 2 6
Sports 1to4 1to12 for B.Com

1to 8 for M.com.

16.  Following Skill Courses are approved by the Academic Council and the Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC.

Sr.No. Course No. of Credits
1 Tally (Basic) 2
2 Tally  GST (Advanced) 4
3  Basic Excel 2
4 Advanced Excel 2
5 Basic German 4
6 Basic French 4
7 Basic Spanish 4
8 Basic English 4
9 BEC (Cambridge University) 4
10 Stock Market (Basic) 4
11 Business Journalism 6
12 Life Skills 4
13 GST 4
14 Sanskrit 4

17.  A Student has to earn minimum 5 credits from skill courses or Experiential Learning Departments. However, he/she can earn more credits. There is a maximum limit of 25 credits from skill courses.

18.  The fees for skill courses is approved by the Finance Committee and any revision in fees will be declared from time to time. Batches of such skill courses will be announced by the respective co-coordinators skill courses from time to time.

19.  The CGPA will be calculated on the basis of regular courses only.

20.  Skill courses and Experiential Learning Departments’ credits will be evaluated on basis of grades.

21.  The skill courses and Experiential Learning Departments’ credits will be declared on the transcript of students.

22.  The Degree will be issued by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and mark sheet will be issued by BMCC.

23.  Rules and Regulations decided by BMCC will be binding on students.

Degree Structures
Sem I 21 credit
Sem II 21 credit
Sem III 18 credit
Sem IV 18 credit
Sem V 18 credit
Sem VI 18 credit
EVS 1 credit
Skill Courses /

Experiential  Learning Department

5 credits
120 credits

24.  Specialization / Electives

A student can select his special subject for B.Com. in Second Year i.e. Sem. III.  There are eight special subjects offered by BMCC for B.Com. Course.

1)      Business Statistics

2)      Business Entrepreneurship

3)      Business Administration

4)      CostAccounting

5)      Marketing

6)      Banking

7)      StrategicFinance

8)      InternationalFinance

Selected Elective subject cannot be changed for the next 4 semesters.

A student has to qualify in all six papers in the special subject selected by him.

25.  Strategic Finance specialization is introduced with existing specializations in BMCC. This is introduced as an additional specialization in the year 2018-19 A student has to pay additional fees for the same.

26.  Another specialization of International Finance has introduced from Academic Year of 2018-19. Syllabus, evaluation pattern of ‘International Finance’ is approved by the Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC.

BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration(B.B.A)

Degree of 126 Credits (minimum)

Guidelines for students

1. Minimum Credits of required to claim degree-126.

2.  Each course from regular course is of 3 or 4 credits.

3.  Regular courses : courses from college regular timetable.

4.  Skill courses : Courses other than college regular timetable. It consists of experiential department and other skill courses approved by GB of Autonomous BMCC.

5.  Regular courses

  1. Compulsory Courses
  2. Elective courses

6. Compulsory courses are those which do not have any option.

7. Elective courses are those where students have option to select any course of their choice based on availability(and merit is required)

Sem.I Sem.II Sem.III Sem.IV Sem.V Sem.VI Total
Regular Courses 6 6 6 6 6 6 36
Total Credit 21 20 19 21 20 19 120

8. Students have to mandatorily appear for EVS course in S.Y.B.B.A for 1 credit.

9. Total credit from Regular courses =120 credit+ 1 of EVS =121 Credits.

10. Student need to gain 126 credits for claiming degree. The Gap of 5 credits should be filled by students from skill courses.

11. Choice base is offered by the college for 5 credits of skill courses.

12. Credits of Skill Courses can be acquired either from Experiential Department or by opting for Skill Courses.

13. Enrollment to these Experiential Department depends on the basis of selection through procedure declared by departments.

14. Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC had approved following departments to offer Experiential learning credits.

Name of the Department No. of Credits

Annually

Maximum Credits
NSS 2 5
NCC 3 9
Student Welfare 2 6
Cultural 2 6
Sports 2 6

15.  Skill Courses approved by Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC.

Sr.No. Course No. of Credits Fees
1 Tally (Basic) 2 3000/-
2 Tally  GST (Advance) 4 6000/-
3  Basic Excel 2 1500
4 Advance Excel 2 2000/-
5 Basic German 4 5000/-
6 Basic French 4 5000/-
7 Basic Spanish 4 5000/-
8 Basic English 4 2500/-
9 BEC (Cambridge University) 4 5000/-
10 Stock Market (Basic) 4 4000/-
11 Business Journalism 6 6000/-
12 Life Skills 4 4000/-
13 GST 4 3500/-
14 Sanskrit 4 3000/-

16. Students have to earn min. 5 credits from skill courses or Experiential Departments, however they can earn more credits,there is no maximum limit for credit from skill courses.

17. The fees for skill courses will be decided by Finance Committee and declared from time to time. Batches of such skill courses will be declared by the co-ordinatiors from time to time as per the availability of infrastructure and faculty.

18. The CGPA will be calculated on the basis of regular courses only.

19. Skill course and experiential departmental credits will be evaluated on grades.

20. The skill courses and departmental credits will be specifically declared on transcript of students.

21. The degree will be issued by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and marksheet will be issued by BMCC as, syllabus,examination and evaluation will be decided by BMCC.

22. Rules and regulation decided by BMCCwill be binding on students.

Degree Structures
Sem I 21 credit
Sem II 20 credit
Sem III 19 credit
Sem IV 21 credit
Sem V 20 credit
Sem VI 19 credit
EVS 1 credit
Skill Courses 5 credits
126 credits

23.  Specialization / Electives

Student can select his/her specialization for B.B.A in Second Year Sem. III, there are four specialization offered by BMCC for B.B.A.Course.

1.  Marketing

2.  Finance

3.  Human Resource Management

4.  Service Sector Management

Selected Elective has total 8 papers to be continued for next 4 semesters.

Student has to qualify all eight papers in the specialization.

24. College will announce additional skill courses from time to time which will be eligible for gaining credits.

25. Degree structure, syllabus , examination,evaluation pattern approved by Academic Council and Governing Body reserve the right to revise the degree structure, examination and evaluation pattern from time to time to updated and upgraded.

26. B.B.A. degree has 40 marks internal and 60 marks external evaluation. All rules and regulation relating to examination evaluation are declared at college from time to time.

BBA (IB)

Bachelor of Business Administration

(International Business) (B.B.A-IB)

Degree of 126 Credits (minimum)

Guidelines for students

1.  Minimum Credits of required to claim degree-126.

2.  Each course from regular course is of 3 or 4 credits.

3.  Regular courses: courses from college regular timetable.

4.  Skill courses: Courses other than college regular timetable. It consists of experiential department and other skill courses approved by GB of Autonomous BMCC.

Sem.I Sem.II Sem.III Sem.IV Sem.V Sem.VI Total
Regular Courses 6 6 6 6 6 6 36
Total Credit 20 20 19 19 21 21 120

5.  Students have to mandatorily appear for EVS course in S.Y.B.B.A (IB) for 1 credit.

6.  Total credit from Regular courses =120 credit + 1 of EVS =121 Credits.

7.  Student need to gain 126 credits for claiming degree. The Gap of 5 credits should be filled by students from skill courses.

8.  Choice base is offered by the college for 5 credits of skill courses.

9.  Credits of Skill Courses can be acquired either from Experiential Department or by opting for Skill Courses.

10.  Enrollment to these Experiential Department depends on the basis of selection through procedure declared by departments.

11.  Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC had approved following departments to offer Experiential learning credits.

Name of the Department No. of Credits

Annually

Maximum Credits
NSS 2 5
NCC 3 9
Student Welfare 2 6
Cultural 2 6
Sports 2 6

12.  Skill Courses approved by Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC.

Sr.No. Course No. of Credits Fees
1 Tally (Basic) 2 3000/-
2 Tally  GST (Advance) 4 6000/-
3  Basic Excel 2 1500
4 Advance Excel 2 2000/-
5 Basic German 4 5000/-
6 Basic French 4 5000/-
7 Basic Spanish 4 5000/-
8 Basic English 4 2500/-
9 BEC (Cambridge University) 4 5000/-
10 Stock Market (Basic) 4 4000/-
11 Business Journalism 6 6000/-
12 Life Skills 4 4000/-
13 GST 4 3500/-
14 Sanskrit 4 3000/-

13.  Students have to earn min. 5 credits from skill courses or Experiential Departments, however they can earn more credits,there is no maximum limit for credit from skill courses.

14.  The fees for skill courses will be decided by Finance Committee and declared from time to time. Batches of such skill courses will be declared by the co-ordinatiors from time to time as per the availability of infrastructure and faculty.

15.  The CGPA will be calculated on the basis of regular courses only.

16.  Skill course and experiential departmental credits will be evaluated on grades.

17.  The skill courses and departmental credits will be specifically declared on transcript of students.

18.  The degree will be issued by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and marksheet will be issued by BMCC as, syllabus,examination and evaluation will be decided by BMCC.

19.  Rules and regulation decided by BMCC will be binding on students.

Degree Structures
Sem I 20 credit
Sem II 20 credit
Sem III 19 credit
Sem IV 19 credit
Sem V 21 credit
Sem VI 21 credit
EVS 1 credit
Skill Courses 5 credits
126credits

20. BBA(IB) is a specialized degree in International Trade covering major aspects related to Global Trade. Hence a choice of Foreign language has been given to students German/French as it will help to enhance the degree. Knowledge of a Foreign Language creates better opportunities for education as well as placements globally.

21. College will announce additional skill courses from time to time which will be     eligible for gaining credits.

22.  Degree structure, syllabus , examination,evaluation pattern approved by Academic Council and Governing Body reserve the right to revise the degree structure, examination and evaluation pattern from time to time to updated and upgraded.

23.  B.B.A(IB) degree has 40 marks internal and 60 marks external evaluation. All rules and regulation relating to examination evaluation are declared at college from time to time.

BBA (CA)

Bachelor of Business Administration in

Computer Application [ B.B.A. (C.A.)]

Degree of 126 Credits (minimum)

Guidelines for students

1.  Minimum Credits of required to claim degree-126.

2.  Each course from regular course is of 3 or 4 credits.

3.  Regular courses: courses from college regular timetable.

4.  Skill courses: Courses other than college regular timetable. It consists of experiential department and other skill courses approved by GB of Autonomous BMCC.

5.  Regular courses

  1. Compulsory Courses
  2. Elective courses

6.  Compulsory courses are those which do not have any option.

7.  Elective courses are those where students have option to select any course of their choice based on availability(and merit is required)

Sem.I Sem.II Sem.III Sem.IV Sem.V Sem.VI Total
Regular Courses 6 6 6 6 6 6 36
Total Credit 23 22 20 20 22 13 120

8.  Students have to mandatorily appear for EVS course in S.Y.B.B.A.C.A. for 1 credit.

9.  Total credit from Regular courses =120 credit+ 1 of EVS =121 Credits.

10.  Student need to gain 126 credits for claiming degree. The Gap of 5 credits should be filled by students from skill courses.

11.  Choice base is offered by the college for 5 credits of skill courses.

12.  Credits of Skill Courses can be acquired either from Experiential Department or by opting for Skill Courses.

13.  Enrollment to these Experiential Department depends on the basis of selection through procedure declared by departments.

14.  Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC had approved following departments to offer Experiential learning credits.

Name of the Department No. of Credits

Annually

Maximum Credits
NSS 2 5
NCC 3 9
Student Welfare 2 6
Cultural 2 6
Sports 2 6

15.  Skill Courses approved by Academic Council and Governing Body of Autonomous BMCC.

Sr.No. Course No. of Credits Fees
1 Tally (Basic) 2 3000/-
2 Tally  GST (Advance) 4 6000/-
3  Basic Excel 2 1500
4 Advance Excel 2 2000/-
5 Basic German 4 5000/-
6 Basic French 4 5000/-
7 Basic Spanish 4 5000/-
8 Basic English 4 2500/-
9 BEC (Cambridge University) 4 5000/-
10 Stock Market (Basic) 4 4000/-
11 Business Journalism 6 6000/-
12 Life Skills 4 4000/-
13 GST 4 3500/-
14 Sanskrit 4 3000/-

16.  Students have to earn min. 5 credits from skill courses or Experiential Departments, however they can earn more credits,there is no maximum limit for credit from skill courses.

17.  The fees for skill courses will be decided by Finance Committee and declared from time to time. Batches of such skill courses will be declared by the co-ordinatiors from time to time as per the availability of infrastructure and faculty.

18.  The CGPA will be calculated on the basis of regular courses only.

19.  Skill course and experiential departmental credits will be evaluated on grades.

20.  The skill courses and departmental credits will be specifically declared on transcript of students.

21.  The degree will be issued by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and marksheet will be issued by BMCC as, syllabus,examination and evaluation will be decided by BMCC.

22.  Rules and regulation decided by BMCC will be binding on students.

Degree Structures
Sem I 23 credit
Sem II 22 credit
Sem III 20 credit
Sem IV 20 credit
Sem V 22 credit
Sem VI 13 credit
EVS 1 credit
Skill Courses 5 credits
126 credits

23.  College will announce additional skill courses from time to time which will be eligible for gaining credits.

24.  Degree structure, syllabus , examination,evaluation pattern approved by Academic Council and Governing Body reserve the right to revise the degree structure, examination and evaluation pattern from time to time to updated and upgraded.

25.  B.B.A.C.A. degree has 40 marks internal and 60 marks external evaluation. All rules and regulation relating to examination evaluation are declared at college from time to time.

BMS

Bachelor of Management Studies (E-Commerce Operations)

  • Designed by Logistics Sector Council (LSC), established by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE).

  • Eligibility -12th standard pass from any stream. Good knowledge of Mathematics/statistics

  • Four semesters on campus and last two semesters on-the-job training in the form of Industry apprenticeship

  • Good stipend

  • Guaranteed placement

  • Limited intake capacity

  • Admission based on entrance examination conducted by the college

  • Degree awarded by Savitribai Phule Pune University

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Hostel Admission

1) Hostel facility for boys and girls students, is available for limited seats.

2)Interested students may apply for hostel accommodation after college admission.

3)Hostels are governed and managed by the Deccan Education Society and a student has to follow the norms of hostels and pay the fees as per the DES norms. The college can accommodate a limited number of boys and girls students in the hostels.

4) The admission procedure to hostels, rent payable per seat and the discipline is to be followed by the students shall be as per the rules and regulations of the DES.