D.Com Course: The Diploma in Commerce Examination (D.Com) is aimed at imparting the basic knowledge of accounting, Finance, Information Technology and Business in general. After completion, the student will make his way through graduate programs of B.Com and BBA.
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About Diploma in Commerce Examination (D.Com)
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The Diploma in Commerce Examination (D.Com), under the administrative control of the Board of Technical Education, will be conducted Part Wise. The 1st and 2nd Year will be called as D.Com Part-I and D.Com Part-II respectively. Under the Part System Examination of Diploma in Commerce of certain subjects will be called as paper-I and paper-II. The Diploma in Commerce Examination Part-I & Part-II examination will be held twice a year on annual basis on such dates and such places as determined by the Board from time to time and will be open to those candidates who are eligible to appear in these examinations under the Board’s advancement rules. The two exams will be termed as annual and supplementary examination respectively.
Eligibility for Part-I
D.Com Part-I examination shall be opened to a candidate who has passed Secondary School Certificate examination of a Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education or its equivalent qualification are eligible.
Eligibility for Part-II
D.Com Part-II examination shall be opened to a candidate who has passed at least 3 subjects in D.Com Part-I examination in appropriate group of subjects.
Note: The candidate failing in more than four subjects in D.Com Part-I examination will not be promoted to D.Com Part-II.
Diploma in Commerce Examination Pattern
Total marks in D.Com Part-I will be 600 and D.Com Part-II will also be 600.
For passing D.Com Part-I and Part-II, it will be compulsory to secure 40% Marks in each subject (both Theory and Practical if any). A candidate failing in any paper i.e. theory or practical will be considered fail in that subject.
After the examination of DCom Part-1 the candidate will be issued only result intimation letter and no pass certificate will be issued in any case.
Pass Diploma in Commerce Examination will be issued after passing both Part-1 and Part-2.
Classification of Diploma
A candidate who has qualified Diploma in Commerce shall be placed in one of the following grades:
|80% or Above||A+ (Excellent)|
|70% & Below 80%||A (Very Good)|
|60% & Below 70%||B (Good)|
|50% & Below 60%||C (Fair)|
|40% & Below 50%||D (Satisfactory)|
|Honors in individual subject||80% or more marks|