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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Amity University B.Com Course Admission Form Date

Amity University B.Com Admission 

Amity is a private university which is very famous across India due to its quality programmes, well trained staff and international quality amenities. Though recently, university has been under many controversies, it has made no affect whatsoever on the quality of education programmes, staff guidance and other amenities. The university offers both graduate and post graduate level courses. Amity University is probably the best private university in India. The university has spread over more than 1000 acres of area. Amity University is well equipped with one of the best libraries in states i.e. in Uttar Pradesh. Best in the class amenities and other factures has earned it the recognition by prestigious ASIC (UK government body which accredits private universities) recognition.

The Amity University offers some quality educational programmes such as MA, BA, B.Com, M.Sc. B.Sc. and so on. Out of this never-ending list of courses we will be looking at admission procedure for B.Com. For being eligible for B.Com a candidate must fulfil certain criteria.

Eligibility: -
• A candidate must be passed out from HSC level (10+2 educational scheme) from any recognized state board in India with minimum 60% marks.
The duration of this course is 3 years. The fees, that are applicable for students appearing in the first year of this course in Amity University, are 0.555 Lacs for non-sponsored semester and 0.8325 Lacs for sponsored semesters. There are two ways in which one can get admission in university. One can get admission based on merit (upon 12th mark sheet) else he can also appear for an entrance exam that is conducted by university. Students can also apply for management seats which are available to students on donations.

All the information related to admission procedure, is available on the university web site as well as it can also be obtained from university inquiry area.


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