About BMS

Bachelor of Management Studies is a four year undergraduate programme in Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) under Delhi University. Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) for the academic session 2014 is being offered in selected Colleges to be notified by the University of Delhi late.

 

Programs Offered

 

BMS

 

Now DU is offering in 6 other colleges

1. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies

2. College of Vocational Studies

3. Keshav Mahavidyalaya

4. Maharaja Agarsen College

5. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College

6. Deen Dayal Upadhyay College

Eligibility

(a)The candidate should have passed/appeared in Senior Secondary School Examination of CBSE or any other examination considered equivalent by the University of Delhi.

(b)The candidate should have appeared and secured pass marks in English and three subjects from among the following: Accountancy, Agriculture, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Geography, History, Informatics Practices, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.

(c)The average marks scored in the four subjects mentioned in (b) above for the different categories should be as follows:

Percentage of marks required for different categories in class XII are as follows;

General

OBC

CW/PWD

SC/ST

at least 60%

at least 54%

at least 55%

at least 50%

Important Admission Regulations

(a) The candidate must submit the Class 12 marks in the online form.

(b) The candidate must produce the confirmed result and marksheet of the qualifying examination to be eligible for the process of admission to the BMS program on the day of the Personal Interview failing which they will not be allowed to appear in the Interview. The predicted result will not be allowed at the time of interview.

(c) OBC category candidates shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examination to the extent of 10% of the minimum eligibility marks prescribed by the General Category candidates. For example, as the minimum eligibility for admission to the course is 60% for the General Category candidates, the minimum eligibility for the OBCs would be 54% i.e. (60% less 10% of 60%). All those candidates who meet the minimum eligibility marks in the qualifying examination and the minimum eligibility marks in the common entrance test shall be eligible for admission in the order of their merit, keeping in view the availability of seats reserved for them.

(d) Three percent (3%) seats are reserved for person with disability (PWD) i.e., with not less than 40% disabilities. The PWD candidate shall be given a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying examinations to the extent of 5%. Candidates with physical disabilities who are able to secure admissions on account of their overall score in the general category will not be counted in the 3% quota for Persons with Disabilities. The 3% reservation will be allocated as follows: 1% for persons with low vision or blindness; 1% for hearing impaired; 1% for those with locomotor disabilities and/or cerebral palsy. However, if sufficient candidates are not available in a sub-category, then candidates from other sub-categories would be considered in their place.

(f) Only the OBCs listed in the Central List of OBCs issued by G.O.I. (www.ncbc.nic.in)shall be considered for admission under the OBC category. The OBC certificate should mention that the candidate belongs to “Non Creamy layer” in order to be considered under the OBC category.

(g) The category certificate (OBC- non creamy layer/SC/ST/PWD/CW), should be in the name of the candidate and must be produced on the day of interview/counseling.

(h) Compartment cases of current year will not be considered for admission.

(i) Candidates who have appeared in the class XII examination in 2013 and who repeat a paper for improvement to gain eligibility shall not be considered for admission in the current year.

(j) Foreign nationals seeking admission to BMS course against the prescribed quota of seats earmarked for them, shall have to apply through the Foreign Students Advisor, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110

I. Common Entrance Test

The written test is designed to evaluate the aptitude of the candidates to pursue a Bachelor of Management Studies. There is no prescribed syllabus or format for the entrance test. The following areas have been usually included in the entrance test in the past:

• Quantitative Ability

• Reasoning and Analytical Ability

• General English

• Business and General Awareness

The candidate will be required to attempt 100 questions in 120 minutes. The answers are to be marked by blue or black ball point pen on a separate answer sheet (OMR) provided during the entrance test.

There will be negative marking for wrong answers. Marking of multiple answers for one question shall be treated as wrong answer. The test shall be of two hours duration, extra time will be given to the candidate for filling up details on test booklet and answer sheet, marking attendance, verification of candidates’ documents, distribution, and collection of test material etc.

II. Final Selection of Candidates

Based on the performance in the written test, candidates for the relevant categories shall be called for Personal Interview. The final selection of candidates will be made for all categories as per the weights given below:

Written Exam

Class XII Result

Interview

 

50%

30%

30%

 

III. Counseling and Admission to Colleges

1. Allotment of college to the candidate shall be done only at the counseling sessions notified for their ranks.

2. The candidates are required to be present on the date of counseling notified for them in accordance with their rank. The right to seek admission and to exercise choice of college is available only to those candidates who are present on the day of counseling specified for their ranks.

3. In case the candidate is unable to be present on the day of counseling, an authorized representative of the candidate can exercise the preference for college and meet other admission requirements. An application to this effect, signed by the candidate, should be submitted to the admission committee on the day of the counseling.

4. Candidates shall be allotted the respective college in accordance with his/her merit in the overall score and his/her preference stated at the time of counseling. This is subject to the number of seats available in that particular college.

5. Candidates offered admission are required to deposit the fees (as applicable) as per the allocated time along with their documents in their respective college, failing which his / her candidature will be cancelled.

6. Candidates who do not take admission during the stipulated time lose the right of admission to the college and will also not be considered for future counseling. Candidates not present at the stipulated time on the day of the counseling will not be considered for future counseling as well.

7. To avail any change in their college preference at the future counseling (if any), the candidate should have necessarily deposited fees and fulfilled the admission formalities by the allocated time in the college allotted at the last counseling session, failing which the candidate loses right to admission as well as a right to exercise any choice later.

8. At later counseling session, admitted candidates will be permitted a change of college, subject to the availability of seats as per their merit in the overall score.

DU BMS CET Paper pattern

Four sections

• General Awareness – 25 Questions

• General English- 25 Questions

• Analytical and Logical Reasoning- 25 Questions

• Quantitative Aptitude- 25 Questions

Marking Scheme +3 for correct answer, -1 for wrong answer

Maximum marks : 300

Difficulty level of the paper

Overall - Easy to Moderate

Section Wise analysis - We will give difficulty on a score of 1 to 10, 1 being easiest and 10 being hardest

General Awareness

General English

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

Quantitative Aptitude

6

7

7.5

6.5

General Awareness

Questions were from Current Affairs and Static GK.

Current affairs questions were from economics and business awareness.

Static GK questions were on Books, authors, Polity and so on.

Neither very tough, nor very easy, it can be said to be easy to moderate.

General English

Questions were based on Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary. In all there were two RC passages with 10 questions. They were direct and easy.

Vocabulary questions were moderately tough.

There were questions on “Fill in the Blanks” and “Spellings”.

RC questions – Easy, Vocab – Moderately tough.

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

ALR questions were mostly on Logical and Mathematical reasoning based on Deductive Logic, Analogy, Visual reasoning, DI, Arrangements and Statement Assumptions. Slightly difficult level we can say.

Quantitative Aptitude

Questions in this section were mostly on higher mathematics. SOme questions were on Arithmetic, Number system, PnC, Algebra, Probability and Geometry. Moderate level of difficulty.

If you have any queries regarding DU BMS CET or DU BMS Admissions, please ask here.

 

List Of Colleges

Name of the exam

Colleges/University

Course

Eligibility

Test Pattern

Website

JAT-Joint Admission Test

Delhi University

Bachelor of Management Studies-BMS

10+2 with 60% and maths as a subject

QA-35 VA-30 LR-35 GK/BA-20 Total Ques -120 Duration 2 HOURS

du.ac.in

BA(H) Business Economics

10+2 with 60% and maths as a subject

BBA (FIA)

10+2 with 60% and maths as a subject

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