DU Admissions 2017: Best Of Four Calculation For Commerce Courses Changed

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Delhi University has changed the formula for the calculation of Best Of Four Subjects for the academic session  2017-18.

The commerce department has generated two lists of subjects, C1 and C2. If a student wishes to include a subject not mentioned in either of the two lists, he/she will have a disadvantage of 2.5% per subject. The new rule has been finalised by the standing committee. 

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LIST C1- There are two parts of the list. 

PART 1 (Languages)
English
Hindi
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PART 2
Mathematics
Accountancy
Business Studies/Commerce
Economics
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List C2 Comprises of the following subjects. 

Botany
Geography
Zoology
Philosophy
Statistics
Business Mathematics
Physics
Biology/ Biotechnology
History
Political Science
Chemistry
Home Science
Psychology
Computer Science/ Informatics Practices
Legal Studies
Sociology

For B.Com(Hons), a student will have to choose one language from List C1- Part 1 and three subjects from Part 2. If the subjects are chosen in the specified manner, he/ she will not face any deduction of marks. 

If a student chooses subjects from List C2, he/she will have a disadvantage of 1% per subject. 

If a students chooses a subject which is not included in List C1- Part 2 or List C2, a deduction of 2.5% per subject will be imposed.

It is important for a student to have studied either Mathematics or Business Mathematics in Class 12.

(Based on a news report of Navbharat Times)

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Ashima Nayyar
19 | Economics (H), College of Vocational Studies | Marketing and PR Head, Enactus CVS. ''Work hard in silence, let the success make the noise'' Economist in the making.

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