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Inagala Venkateswara rao. 01:48 PM September 8th, 2012
Hello sir I am student of the Mumbai university and I want to know about the Rules for ATKT, can you please provide me some information about the Rules of ATKT?
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Sumit Bhardwaj 11:31 AM September 10th, 2012
You want to know about Mumbai University ATKT rules so here are its rules:

RULES REGARDING ‘ALLOWED TO KEEP TERMS’ (A.T.K.T.) FOR HIGHER CLASS Arts, Commerce and Science

Following are the extracts of the Ordinances of the University of Mumbai relating to the A.T.K.T. provisions from the First Year to Second Year B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. course and from Second Year to Third Year B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. course.

ARTS STREAM :

A.T.K.T. provisions from First Year B.A. to Second Year B.A.:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Second Year B.A. course must have either
(i) have passed the First Year B.A. Examination, or
(ii) have kept terms for the First Year B.A. course and have failed at the First Year B.A. Examination in not more than two Heads* of passing (i.e. not more than 200 marks) in which case he will be required to appear for the First Year B.A.
Examination in the remaining Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Second Year B.A. Examination and his result of the Second Year B.A.

Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the remaining subjects of the First Year B.A. Examination.*Where a subject consists of two or more theory papers only the maximum marks of the combined Heads of passing of the theory papers will be considered for the purpose. Where a subject consists of two or more theory papers and practicals, the maximum marks of the combined Heads of passing of theory papers, and the maximum marks of the Head of passing for practicals, will be considered for the purpose.

A.T.K.T. provisions from Second Year B.A. to Third Year B.A.:

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Third Year B.A. course must have either
(i) passed the First Year and Second Year B.A. Examinations, or
(ii) passed the First Year B.A. Examination and have failed at the Second Year B.A. Examination in not more than two Heads* of passing, total, of which shall not exceed 300 marks,in which case he will be required to appear for the Second Year B.A. Examination in the remaining Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Third Year B.A. Examination and his result of the Third Year B.A.

Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the remaining Head/s of the Second Year B.A. Examination. Further, a candidate who has failed at the First Year B.A.Examination in not more than two Heads of passing (i.e. not mare than 200 marks) and has passed in all the subjects prescribed for the Second Year B.A. Examination will be permitted to keep terms and appear for the Third Year B.A. Examination. But, such a candidate will not be declared to have passed the Third Year B.A. Examination unless he has passed in the remainingHead/s of the First Year B.A. Examination.
*Where a subject consists of two or more theory papers only the maximum marks of the combined Heads of passing of the theory papers will be considered for the purpose, where a subject consists of two or more theory papers and practicals, the maximum marks of the combined Heads of passing of theory papers, and the maximum marks of the Heads of passing for practicals, will be considered for the purpose.

COMMERCE STREAM :
A.T.K.T. provisions from First Year B.Com. to Second Year B.Com.:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Second Year B.Com. course must have either
(i) passed the First Year B.Com. Examination, or
(i) have kept terms for the First Year B.Com. course and failed in not more than two Heads of passing (i.e. not more than 200 marks) at the First Year B. Com. Examination in which case he will be required to appear for the First Year B.Com.
Examination in the Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Second Year B.Com.
Examination and his result of the Second Year B.Com. Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the Head/s in which he has failed at the First Year B. Com. Examination.

A.T.K.T. provisions from Second Year B.Com. to Third Year B.Com.:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Third Year B. Com. course must have either
(i) passed the First Year and Second Year B. Com. Examinations, or
(ii) passed the First Year B.Com.. Examination and have failed at the Second Year B.Com. Examination in not more than two Heads* of passing (i.e. not more than 200 marks), in which case he will be required to appear for the Second Year B.Com. Examination in the remaining Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Third Year B.Com. Examination and his result of the Third Year B.Com. Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the remaining Head/s of the Second Year B.Com. Examination.

Further, a candidate who has failed at the First Year B. Com. Examination in not more than two Heads of passing (i.e. not more than 200 marks) and has passed in all the subjects for the Second Year B. Com. Examination is permitted to keep terms and appear for the Third Year B. Com. Examination. But such a candidate will not be declared to have passed the Third Year B.Com. Examination unless he has passed in the concerned Head/s of the First Year B. Com. Examination.

SCIENCE STREAM:
A.T.K.T. provisions from First Year B.Sc. to Second Year B.Sc.:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Second Year B.Sc. course must have either
(i) passed the First Year B.Sc. Examination, or
(ii) have kept terms for the First Year B.Sc. course and failed in
not more than two Heads of passing, total, of which shall not exceed 220 marks, in which case he will be required to appear for the First Year B.Sc. Examination in the Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Second Year B.Sc. Examination and his result of the Second Year B.Sc. Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the Head/s in which he has failed at the First Year B. Sc. Examination.

A.T.K.T. provisions from Second Year B.Sc. to Third Year B.Sc.:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Third Year B. Sc. course must have either
(iii) passed the First Year and Second Year B. Sc. Examinations, or
(iv) passed the First Year B.Sc. Examination and have failed at the Second Year B.Sc. Examination in not more than two Heads* of passing, total, of which shall not exceed 300 marks, in which case he will be required to appear for the Second Year B.Sc. Examination in the remaining Head/s in which he has failed either previously or simultaneously with the Third Year B.Sc. Examination and his result of the Third Year B.Sc. Examination will not be declared unless he has passed in the remaining Head/s of the Second Year B.Sc.Examination. Further, a candidate who has failed at the First Year B. Sc. Examination in not more than two Heads of passing, total, of which shall not exceed 220 marks and has passed in all the subjects for the Second Year B. Sc. Examination is permitted to keep terms and appear for the Third Year B. Sc. Examination. But such a candidate will not be declared to have passed the Third Year B. Sc. Examination unless he has passed in the concerned Head/s of the First Year B. Sc. Examination.


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loval fg 12:18 PM September 15th, 2012
I am MBA first year student in finance course from Mumbai university but I donít know what is the rules for ATKT can you provide me what is the mean of ATKT and how I can get itís rules of Mumbai university ?
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Unregistered 04:02 PM April 12th, 2013
hello....I am student of 2nd year diploma. I am studying in D.Y.PATIL POLYTECHNICH, Nerul.I heard N-ATKT rule is back. Is it true??
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Unregistered 02:32 AM June 10th, 2013
I am the student of SYBCom. I was failed in 3rd sem in 3 subject and I was not attending additional exam.After additional exam college staff inform us ATKT exam not conduct this year because of new rule.But I was pass all clear in 4th sem. So plz sir provide us sollution to inter in 3rd year....what can I do
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Unregistered 02:42 PM June 13th, 2013
[QUOTE=loval fg;104798]I am MBA first year student in finance course from Mumbai university but I donít know what is the rules for ATKT can you provide me what is the mean of ATKT and how I can get itís rules of Mumbai university ?
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Im engg. Student 08:13 PM July 18th, 2013
Im engg. Student of mu i heard about n atkt rule its true ?? Please
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Unregistered 02:44 PM July 7th, 2014
hello sir, my F.Y.BCOM is have 2 atkt & S.Y.BCOM have 1 kt . so can i appeared to t.y.bcom this year . pls give me suggestion what can i do sir?
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Unregistered 05:05 AM October 7th, 2015
Originally Posted by Inagala Venkateswara rao.:
Hello sir I am student of the Mumbai university and I want to know about the Rules for ATKT, can you please provide me some information about the Rules of ATKT?
What if we fail in more than 2 heads in 3rd sem!? We will have to repeat the year ?
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anilpal125 07:59 AM November 27th, 2015
sir I am sy bsc student and i have give atkt and not clear thatswhy i am fail afterward what should i do
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