All the admissions to M. Com. course will be made on the basis of merit in the Entrance Test to be conducted by the Department of Commerce. The entrance test will be held on Sunday, 17th June, 2012.
There will be aCommonEntranceTest for the candidates desirous of pursuing the M. Com. course as ‘regular students’ as well as for the candidates desirous of seeking admission to the School of Open Learning (SOL) for pursuing M. Com. course through correspondence.
Course Content for Entrance Test
Candidates seeking admission under both general and reserved categories including those who shall be admitted to the School of Correspondence courses, must qualify at a written test to be conducted by the Department of commerce. It shall be of duration and shall carry . The written test shall be based on the following syllabus and shall contain 200 objective type questions, 40 questions from each of the five units:
(1) Economics (including Micro Economics, Macro Economics, and Problems of Indian Economy)
(2) Accounting (including Financial Accounting, Corporate Accounting, Cost Accounting and Management Accounting).
(3) Business Statistics and Mathematics.
(4) Business Organization, Management, Business Law, Company Law and Income Tax Law.
(5) General Knowledge and Current Affairs.
Each of the five units shall carry equal weight. The standard of the above syllabus will be similar to that of B.Com. (Hons.) course of University of Delhi