Rules & Regulations

Students should note that all admissions are provisional and subject to confirmation of Enrollment Registration / Eligibility by Goa University. The College authorities will not be responsible for denial of eligibility by the University.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Students desirous of seeking admission to the College for FY B.Com must submit their application in the prescribed form along with the following documents:

  1. One recent Passport size Photograph (to be affixed to the admission form)
  1. Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (in Original with One self-attested Xerox Copy)
  1. Std. XII Mark Sheet (in Original with One self-attested Xerox Copy)
  1. Provisional Eligibility Certificate from Goa University (in case of students from other Universities & Boards)
  1. Students migrating from another University/Board should also produce the Migration Certificate.
  1. No Objection Certificate (NOC) (in case of students from other Colleges in Goa)

GOA UNIVERSITY REGISTRATION

Students seeking admission to FY B.Com and all new entrants to the College shall submit their application for Registration at Goa University through the Principal. The prescribed Registration Fee is to be paid at the time of admission.

ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE

Procedure for issue of Eligibility/Provisional Eligibility Certificate

  1. i) In respect of those students who are from any other University other than Goa University, or any Board other than the Goa Board of Higher Secondary Education, submission of eligibility/Provisional Eligibility Certificate issued by Goa University is necessary at the time of admission.

   ii) The University will issue an Eligibility Certificate to those students who submit all the required documents at the initial stage, viz. (a) Copy of Marksheet (b) Copy of Passing Certificate/Degree Certificate (c) Original Migration Certificate along with the filled-in application form and payment of requisite fees.

   iii) Students who are unable to submit all the required documents will be issued, on scrutiny, Provisional Eligibility Certificates, provided the students submit a Copy of Marksheet (internet copy attested by the School is also accepted), along with the filled-in application form and payment of requisite fees.

Cases of students under category (iii) above are to be forwarded to the University through the College for confirmation of eligibility, on or before November 30th of the academic year on compliance of all other conditions stated in the Provisional Eligibility Certificate along with the Original Migration Certificate and Copy of Marksheet(s)/ Passing Certificate/Degree Certificate (duly certified by the Principal/Head of the Department). Students under this category must therefore submit these documents in the College Office on or before October 30th of the academic year to ensure that they receive the Final Eligibility Certificate in time.

They must subsequently submit a Final Eligibility Certificate from Goa University before the Semester II Semester- End Examination, failing which their result will be withheld.

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

Students from other colleges affiliated to the Goa University seeking admission to this College must produce a NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE (N.O.C.) from the college last attended, without which they will not be admitted. Subsequently, they should apply for a TRANSFER CERTIFICATE in the prescribed form, which is available in the College Office and pay the prescribed T.C. Fee to the College last attended, failing which their admission is liable to be cancelled.

ADMISSION RULES

  1. Admission to any class is for the whole year. Students are required to pay the fees for both the semesters even if they discontinue their study at any time during the year.
  2. Attendance at lectures and practicals is compulsory. Absence at a single lecture or practical will be treated as absence for the whole day.
  3. There shall be minimum attendance of 75% per semester at lectures delivered and practicals conducted during the semester. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE THE MINIMUM ATTENDANCE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPEAR FOR THE SEE.
  4. Students should note that passing of the lower class examination (i.e. FY & SY) from the College does not automatically result in admission to the next higher class (i.e. SY & TY respectively). They must complete the procedure for admission and pay the prescribed fees.
  5. The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to a student whose past record and conduct were considered unsatisfactory.
  6. Date of Commencement of Classes: 15th JUNE 2016.
  7. Admission to Foreign Students: A student of non-Indian nationality should apply for admission to the College through the Embassy/High Commission of his/her country in India and the Goa University. He/she must obtain an Eligibility Certificate from Goa University on payment of US $50 & submit the same to the College along with the Admission Form.

RULES FOR CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION & REFUND OF FEES

As per Goa University directions, all fees are to be refunded as under if a student cancels his/her admission

  1. For students who change from one programme to another in the same college the fees are to be suitably adjusted.
  2. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing before the date of commencement of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees paid by the student at the time of admission shall be refunded to him/her, except special fees and contribution to Students‟ Aid Fund, after deduction of 12.5% as administrative charges.
  3. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing within 30 days from the date of the commencement of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 15% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
  4. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing within 45 days from the date of the commencement of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 20% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
  5. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing upto 30th of September of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him after deduction of 30% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
  6. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing beyond 30th September of the academic year but before the start of the Even Semester of the academic year, that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 50% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
  7. If a student/guardian informs the Principal of the college in writing after the start of the even semester of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, 100% of all fees collected shall be deducted, but deposits shall be refunded.
    In all cases of cancellation, the University enrollment fees shall be refunded in full, unless the fees have already been remitted to the University.
    Whenever a dispute arises either due to interpretations or genuineness of the case, the matter shall be forwarded for consideration and decision of the Vice-Chancellor, whose decision will be final and binding on all.