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Will you please provide the information about B.A. Economics Hons. Entrance Admission Exam at University Of Delhi?

The University of Delhi will hold a Joint Entrance Test for the three following courses given below:

B.A.(Hons.) Business Economics
BBS
BFIA.

Exam Pattern:
Written exam should be of objective type, multiple choice test, which shall be held at Delhi and other centres.
There is no prescribed syllabus or format for the entrance examination.
The following areas included in the entrance examination .
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning and Analytical Ability
General English
Business and General Awareness
The candidate will be required to attempt 120 questions in 120 minutes.
Each correct answer will get a score of plus 3 marks
Each wrong answer will get a score of minus 1 mark
The test shall be of two hour duiation.
The final selection of all candidates shall be based on the score computed by the performance in Class XII examination and the performance in the joint entrance test.







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Is there any Entrance Exam conducted by University Of Delhi for admission in B.A. Economics Hons.? Please give list of Arts Colleges of Delhi University those offering B.A. Economics Hons?
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The Delhi University was established in 1922.

This University is approved by UGC.

It offers a wide range of Educational Programs.


The Delhi University conducts JAT Entrance Exam for admission in B.A. Economics Hons. Program.

Eligibility Criteria for B.A. Economics Hons
Passed class 12th with any discipline from recognised Board with minimum 60% marks

Duration: 3 Years

Scheme of Grading: Annual

Syllabus for Entrance Exam
Quantitative Ability (Based on Mathematics upto class XII or its equivalent)
Reasoning and Analytical Ability
General English
Business and General Awareness

Fee:
Rs. 12,000 per annum

Delhi University B.A. Economics Hons Course Details
R e v i s e d O r d i n a n c e f o r B .A . (H o n s .) B u s in e s s E c o n o m i c s
The B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics shall be a three-year, full-time Honours Degree
Course, to be taught in six semesters, viz., semester I, II, III, IV, V and VI.
Scheme of Admission
Candidates who have passed Class XII examination of the CBSE or any other
examination considered equivalent by the University of Delhi shall be eligible for
taking the joint entrance test for admission to the B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics
course subject to the eligibility conditions required and the admission procedure to
be laid d ow n by the University from time to time.
E l ig ib ility C o n d i t io n s for S e ek in g A dm is s io n
(a) The candidate should have passed Senior Secondary School Examination (10 +2)
of CBSE or any other examination considered equivalent by the University of
Delhi.
(b) The candidate should have secured an aggregate of at least 60% marks in his/her
XII class examination (55% for SC, ST, CW and PC categories) in four pape rs
including English and Mathematics. The other two papers are to be s e le^ cd from
the following list: Accountancy, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Studies,
Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship,
Geography, History, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and
Sociology.
(c) The candidate should have obtained pass mark in each of the four papers
considered for computing the aggregate in the above mentioned subjects.
(d) The candidate seeking admission to the B.A. (Honours) Business Economics
course mus t provide the confirmed result of the qualifying examination and
marks obtained therein within one week of the appearing in the joint entrance
test.
(e) The marksheet of the qualifying examination and the reserved category
certificates of OBC (of Central List & non creamy layer), SC, ST, PC, and CW, as
applicable, in the name of the candidate, mus t be produced on the day of
counselling.
(g) The candidates securing compartment in the qualifying examination in a
par ticular year shall not be considered for admission in that year.
(h) Foreign nationals seeking admission to B.A.(Hons) Business Economics course
against the prescribed quota of seats earmarked for them, shall have to apply
through the Foreign Students Advisor, c/o Faculty of Management Studies,
University of Delhi, Delhi - 110007 and are exempted from the written
examination.
(j) Those foreign students who have acquired their minimum qualification for
admission from any Indian Board, in India have to apply directly as a Genera!
categorv candidate. They are required to appear for the joint entrance test like
general category candidates and follow the same selection process as aoolicable O O j i i i
to the general category and in addition fill up the foreign s tudent application
form of FSR office All admission of foreign
s tudents are channeled through the Foreign Students Registry (FSR) office of
University of Delhi.
Selec t ion Process
I. Wr itten Joint Entrance Test
The University of Delhi will hold a Joint Entrance Test for the three courses B.A.
(Hons.) Business Economics, BBS and BFIA. Applicants shall be called for an
objective type, multiple choice test, which shall be held at Delhi and other centres,
where feasible, and as specified by the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and
Humanities.
The wr itten examination is designed to test the aptitude of the candidates to pursue
the courses B.A. (Honours) Business Economics, BBS and BFIA. There is no
prescribed syllabus or format for the entrance examination. The following areas have
been usually included in the entrance examination in the past.
Quantitative Ability (Based on Mathematics upto class XII or its equivalent)
Reasoning and Analytical Ability
General English
Business and General Awareness
The candidate will be required to attempt 120 questions in 120 minutes. Each correct
answer will get a score of plus 3 marks, each wrong answer will get a score of m inus
1 mark and a question no t answered will get a score of 0 marks. Marking of multiple
answers for one question si iall be treated as w rong answer.
The test shall be of two hour duiation, extra time will be given to the candidate for
filling u p details on test booklet and answer sheet, marking attendance, verification
of candidates' documents, distribution, and collection of test material etc.
The scheme of examination may be changed on the recommendation of the
admission committee.
II. Final selection for the course
The final selection of all candidates shall be based on the score computed by giving
equal weightage to the performance in Class XII examination and the performance in
the joint entrance test. The result declared shall comprise of the final score of the
candidate and the rank secured by the candidate in the category to which the
candidate belongs.
III. Counselling an d A dmission of candidates for all courses
The candidates shall be allotted the respective colleges as per their merit and their
order of preference a t the time of counselling during the relevant counselling session.
Candidates offered admission are required deposit the fees d u r in g the time
allocated along with their documents at the allotted college, failing which the
candidature will be cancelled.
Candidates who do not take admission dur ing the stipulated time lose the right of
admission to the course. Candidates no1' present whsr. called to the counselling will
not be entertained later.
At the second and third counselling, admitted candidates will be permitted n change
of college subject to availability of seats. To avail of any change to a prefer red college,
the candidate should have necessarily deposited fees and fulfilled the remaining
admission formalities within the allocated time at their allotted coliege, failing which
the candidate loses right to admission as well as a right to exercise any choice of
college later.
Right to exercise choice for admission and to avail the change of preference for
college will be offered to only those candidates who are present on all the days of
counselling specified for them.
In case the candidate is unable to be present on the day of counselling an authorized
representative of the candidate can exercise the preference for college a n d meet o ther
admission requirements. An application to this effect signed by the candidate should
be submitted to the admission committee.
Fees for the Course
A course fee of Rs. 12,000 per annum shall be charged to each s tudent enrolled in the
course. In addition, s tudents would be required to pay the fee as applicable to the
B.A.(Hons.) Business Economics course at each college.
The colleges shall maintain a separate fund, comprising of the course fee and any
additional fee charged to the students of B.A.(Hons.) Business Economics by the
college. The money available in the fund shall b e used for the following purposes,
after approval by the Business Economics teachers committee at each college:
1. Organising of teaching, guest teaching and special lectures for the course,
where necessarv;
2. Organising of seminars, symposia, workshops, orientation programmes for
s tudents and teachers;
3. Organising of industrial/field visits, business interaction, summe r training and
placements;
4. Organising of s tudent presentations, project preparation and business/research
training;
5. Organising of extra-curricular activities for students to enhance team-building
and inter-college interaction;
6. Preparation an d purchase of study material and its copying for dis tr ibution to
students;
7. Creation and maintenance of a depar tment library;
S. Creation of depa rment diary and any such promotional material of the course
for use by the students;
9. Preparation and publishing of a student m agazine/joural/newspaper;
10. Purchase of equipment to enable any of the above;
11. Creation of physical infrastructure to enable any of the above;
12. Institution of freeships and/or scholarships for needy students;
13. Travel expenses for teachers required to under take work for the course an d
travel expenses and registration fee for participating in seminars and other
academic activities by teachers involved in the teaching of the course;
14. Any other expenditure considered appropriate for the proper conduct of the
course and for development of the students, with the approval of the Head,
Depar tment of Business Economics, University of Delhi South Campus.
Scheme of Examination and Rules of Promotion
S ch em e o f Examinat ion
1. B.A.(Honours) Business Economics shall be a three-year full-time h onours degree
course., to be taught in six semesters, viz., semester I, II, III, IV, V an d VI. There
will be 24 papers in all, taught over the six semesters. Four p ap e rs are to be
taught in each semester. Students are required to s tudy 20 compulsory papers
a n d 4 papers in electives dur ing the course of three years.
2. In V & VI semester elective papers are offered in Finance, Marketing, Economics,
Quantitative Techniques and Project Management & Entrepreneurship areas.
Students are required to choose 2 elective streams (each stream comprising two
papers). Paper (1) of each elective stream shall be taught in semester V and pape r
(2) of the elective stream will be taught in Semester VI. Elective s treams offered in
a semester w ould d ep en d upon the number of s tudents interested in enrolling for
each specialization. The specialization groups offered will be the discretion of the
par ticular college.
3. For each theory paper, each week, 4 Lectures of 55 minutes each an d 1 tutorial of
55 minute s each for each batch of 8-10 students would be conducted. For the
computer pape r requiring interface with computers 3 laboratory' classes of 110
minutes each would be held for each batch of 25-30 students.
4. Medium of teaching will be English alone.
5. Teaching methodology would include Lectures, Case Studies, Business Games,
Seminars & Project Work. As computer* have entered every wa lk of life,
wherever applicable relevani softwares wo u ld be integrated into the course.
Industry Interaction would be through Guest Lectures / Seminars / Projects /
Industrial tours.
6. The Depar tment of Business Economics shall convene a meeting of teachers for
each p ape r of B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics before the commencement of the
academic semester to incorporate new s tudy material and discuss the detailed
topics and their weightage in the paper.
7. No candidate shall be considered to have pursued a regular course of study
unless he/she is certified by the college authorities to have attended a t least two
thirds of the total number of lectures, tutorials, practicals, seminars and case
discussions etc., conducted in each semester dur ing the s tudent's course of study.
S. All students shall have to undertake summer training for dura tion of 6 to 8 weeks
at the end of semester II or semester IV dur ing the Summer vacations in a
business/corporate/research/academic organisation.
9. An examination in all odd semester papers shall be conducted at the en d of odd
semesters and an examination in all even semester papers shall be conduc ted at
the end of even semesters with an only exception of V semester exam to be held
along with the VI semester exam. ............
10. Each theory pape r shall carry 100 marks, out of which 25 marks shall be reserved
for internal assessment. In the internal assessment, 20% weightage will be given
to attendance, 80% marks for assignments/tests/house examination/project
presentation. The internal assessment shall be conducted once for each s tu d en t in
each paper. During subsequent reappear, essential or for improvement, the
internal assessment marks shall remain unchanged.
11. The computer pape r in Vth Semester shall also carry 100 marks of which 25
marks shall be reserved for internal assessment and 25 marks for practicals to be
conducted & evaluated jointly by internal and external examiner d u r in g the
semester. The rest of the 50 marks shall comprise of a project to be evaluated
through a viva voce conducted by the University.
12. For each theory paper, a written examination of three hours dura tion at the end
of each semester for 75 marks and for computer paper a practical exam of 2 hours
dura tion and a viva voce will be conducted by the university on the project
submitted by the student.

Colleges B.A. Economics Hons Course (Delhi University)
B.R. Ambedkar College
Gargi College
Lakshmibai College
Aryabhatta College
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
College of Vocational Studies
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
Shivaji College
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
Maharaja Agrasen College

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