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22nd July 2013, 10:03 PM
Saanya sh
 
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How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class


i got 70% in 10 class and 50%in 12 class. i just wanted to known that how can i got admission in bcom plz....tell me.i want admission in bcom n i known i got very less % in 12 bt bcom is my dream i cant neglect it




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11th July 2015, 09:37 PM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

Yes, your score is low as it just only 50% in the 10+2 but you are eligible to get the admission.

The eligibility to get the admission is candidate must have passed the 10+2 from the recognised board.

Other than this all other criteria for the admission vary with the different university and colleges. So please give us the detail about it.

But still with this aggregate you can get the admission in some of the university. So I will suggest you to take the admission and start the preparation to achieve the good in the higher studies.




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11th September 2015, 02:41 PM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

Hello friends...................

Yes, you can eligible for B.com Course.
As the minimum eligibility requirement to get admission in B.Com course is that the candidate should have completed his/her 12th standard with a minimum of 55% in aggregate.
But most of the Colleges no need Consider marks in Admission process in B.com Course.
After the Completion of Your 12th directly join in any of the Colleges/University.
And Some Colleges Conducted the exams for entering in the B.com.
And you have a option of Distance and Regular mode.
After the Completion of Your B.com M.com, MBA options are there.


All the best




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14th September 2015, 02:39 AM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

Of course you are eligible for the B,com course.It is a bachelor degree course with the duration of three years. The basic eligibility criteria for this course is to have a +2 course in any stream with commerce as a major subject from a recognized board with good percentile.

Since there is not any particular or fix marks are require for the B.com course, that is why definitely you are eligible for this course.
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22nd May 2016, 12:11 AM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

My percent was nice in 10 class but in class 12 I only achieved 59.2% and I don't want to waste my year because of less score so I don't know in which college or university I can get admission.... If u can then plz guide me and help me
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22nd May 2016, 10:01 PM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 9 CGPA in 10th class and 62% in 12th class

Sir I got only 61.6% in class 12 CBSE board in I.com
Sir please notify me which college take admission .
My contact no 8539035663
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2nd June 2016, 01:35 PM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

My marks is approx 59 percent in 12th! I am from b.com!! Can i get any govt college through this marks in India??
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7th November 2017, 07:34 PM
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Default Re: How can I get admission in B.Com after scoring 70% in 10th class and 50% in 12th class

Can I take admission in CA after completing B.com with 55.92% and I passed 12th with commerce of 72% and I passed 10th with 72%.
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