Admission of students into the Autonomous Degree Courses will be on the basis of the aggregate marks in the qualifying examination or its equivalent, for both the Undergraduate (UG) and the Postgraduate (PG) courses, unless specified otherwise.
For the Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) & Bachelor in Mass Media (BMM) Courses, unlike other courses, the students come from all 3 faculties (Arts, Science & Commerce) where the marking systems are very different. Hence, an Entrance Test for these courses will be conducted for admission purposes. Admission for B.M.S.& B.M.M. is based on:
- 60 % weightage to Entrance Test & 40 % weightage to Class XII aggregate marks.
- A candidate can apply in only one category.
Admissions to B.Sc. (I.T.) will be based on the marks scored in Mathematics at the Class XII Board Exam. Hence, there is no Entrance Test for B.Sc. (I.T.) admissions.
For M.A. in Ancient Indian Culture and Archaeology, an Entrance Test is held for students from faculties other than Arts and for students from other Universities.
All applications for admissions to any UG or PG degree course should be submitted by the date notified by the College. Late applications may not be accepted.
Admissions will be considered to be completed only when the full fees for the academic year are paid (against an official receipt) and the name of the applicant appears on the relevant rolls. Only the Principal can condone payment in full or allow payment in part.
All UG and PG admissions are valid only for one year and are therefore to be renewed for each subsequent year of study.
A student will not be re-admitted to the College if he / she has:
- Had three unsuccessful attempts at the same examination.
- Been debarred twice within the first four semesters.
- Serious complaints of indiscipline against him / her in that year.
The College is a Catholic Minority College, administered under the provisions of the Indian Constitution, to promote the welfare of the Minority community.
As per the Judgement dated 12th October 2017 of the Honourable Bombay High Court vide Writ Petition No. 1726 of 2001, Minority Colleges do not need to set aside seats for Backward Classes. This is reiterated by the University of Mumbai Circular (No.Aff./Recog.I/Admission/(2018-19)/10/of 2018), dated 30th May, 2018.
This Judgement renders null & void the Directives regarding Reservation of Seats given by the University of Mumbai vide Circular No. Spl. Cell / (68) / 218 / 2005 dated 3rd June, 2005 [i.e., SC (13%) / ST (7%) / DT(A) (3%) / NT(B) (2.5%) / NT(C) (3.5%) / NT(D) (2%) / OBC (19%) / SBC (2%)].
Hence, the admission intake in St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Mumbai is as shown in Table A & B.
F.Y.B.A. (360 seats), F.Y.B.Sc. (360 seats) & F.Y.B.Com. (240 seats)
TOTAL SEATS 100% (Arts & Science: 360; Commerce: 240 )
Arts & Science:15% of 100 % of 360 seats
Commerce:15% of 100 % of 240 seats
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BALANCE SEATS 85%
Arts & Science:50% of 85% of 360 seats
Commerce:50% of 85% of 240 seats
Arts & Science:42% of 85% of 360 seats
Commerce:42% of 85% of 240 seats
Arts & Science:5 % of 85% of 360 seats
Commerce: 5 % of 85 % of 240 seats
Arts & Science:3 % of 85% of 360 seats
Commerce: 3 % of 85 % of 240 seats
Case A:Only for those the College is obliged to admit.
Case B:First preference to all In-house students.
Case C:Vacant seats will be filled in by candidates applying from other Colleges / Boards in order of merit.
F.Y.B.M.S. (60 seats); F.Y.B.M.M. (60 seats); F.Y.B.Sc. (I.T.)* (60 seats)
TOTAL SEATS 100% (60)
15% of 60 seats
BALANCE SEATS 85% (51)
50% of 85% of 60 seats
42% of 85% of 60 seats
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5% of 85% of 60 seats
3% of 85% of 60 seats
Case A:Only for those the College is obliged to admit.
Case D:Admitted on the basis of their Merit Rank which is based on performance at the Entrance Test.
*Admissions to B.Sc. (IT) will be based on the marks scored in Mathematics at the Std. XII Board Exam. Hence, there are no entrance exams for B.Sc. (IT) admissions.
** Special Category refers to:
- Wards of Transferred State / Central Govt. and Private Sector employees, employees of Defence Department / ex-servicemen
- Wards of Freedom Fighters
- Award Winners at the District / State / National Levels in Sports or Cultural Activities.
Applications for admissions to the BMS and BMM courses are to be submitted online, and the admission process includes an Entrance Test. Please look up the details on the Home Page of the College website.
For: B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.M.M. / B.M.S. / B.Sc. (IT); and, the First Year Masters Courses which include M.Sc. in Botany, Biotechnology, Geology, Life Sciences and Microbiology, and M.A. in AICA and Public Policy, the College has anOnline Application Systemthrough a facility on its website. This facility is made available from second half of May. An incomplete application will not be considered for admission.
Admission to B.Com is through the College Office (Commerce Section), by filling up and submitting a form, and through an interview with the Vice Principal of the Commerce section or his representative.
The University of Mumbai has made it mandatory for all candidates seeking admission to the First year courses in the Degree Colleges to fill in the “Pre–Admission Online Registration Form” is available onmum.digitaluniversity.ac
Actual admissions to all courses will be on the announced days, through an interview of the candidate and a parent / guardian. The offer of admission will be notified on the website, on the College Notice Board andon the College Notice Board. On being admitted, the student shall immediately submit the following documents (Originalalong attested photocopies):
- Class XIIStatement of Marks
- Baptism Certificate (for Minority Community - Christians)
- Caste Certificate (wherever applicable)
- Documentary Evidence for Special Category status
- Passing Certificate (required for getting Eligibility Certificate)
- Migration Certificate (required for getting Eligibility Certificate)
Candidates passing Class XII Examinations from Foreign Boards and students passing from International Baccalaureate or ‘A’ levels examinations - General Certificate of Education / Cambridge International School Exam of Cambridge or University of London must first obtain a ‘PRIMA FACIE’ Eligibility Letter from the University of Mumbai for the purpose of admissions to all First Year Degree Courses, namely B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.M.M. / B.M.S. / B.Sc. (IT).
The address of the Eligibility Department is:
Note:For Foreign Boards, the Class XII Examination has to be cleared in one sitting only.
Students passing the Class XII from Boards other than Maharashtra State Board and seeking admissions to First Year B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.M.M. / B.M.S. / B.Sc. (IT) are required to apply for aProvisional Eligibility Certificatethrough the College at the time of admission. The application form is available in the College Office. It should be duly filled, submitted with an attested copy of the Class XII marksheet and a passport size photograph along with the prescribed fees of Rs. 320 and verification of document fees of Rs. 500 (Total Rs. 820) to the College Office.Post admission, confirmation of eligibility is initiated by the College Office, with the help of documents listed above.
FEES FOR SENIOR COLLEGE
Tables below give the total fees to be paid for Self-Financed and Aided courses respectively. These fees include Deposit and Laboratory Fees, as sanctioned by the Board of Management, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Mumbai:
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(With Statistics / Psychology)
(With Computer Prog. / Science)
|M.A. (AICHA)- I||Rs. 35,000|
|M.A. (AICHA)- II||Rs. 8,206|
|M.A. (PUBLIC POLICY)- I||Rs. 74,845|
|M.A. (PUBLIC POLICY)- II||Rs. 74,857|
|M.Sc. (BIOTECHNOLOGY) - I||Rs. 69,330|
|M.Sc. (BIOTECHNOLOGY) - II||Rs. 66,773|
|M.Sc. (BOTANY) - I||Rs. 15,674|
|M.Sc. (BOTANY) - II||Rs. 14,055|
|M.Sc. (GEOLOGY) - I||Rs. 15,674|
|M.Sc. (GEOLOGY) - II||Rs. 14,055|
|M.Sc. (LIFE-SCIENCE) - I||Rs. 15,674|
|M.Sc. (LIFE-SCIENCE) - II||Rs. 14,055|
|M.Sc. (MICROBIOLOGY) - I||Rs. 15,674|
|M.Sc. (MICROBIOLOGY) - II||Rs. 14,055|
FEE CONCESSION FOR BC STUDENTS
Under the Govt. of India Scholarship or Govt. of Maharashtra Freeship scheme for BC students (SC / ST / DT / NT / OBC), certain Scholarships / Freeships are providedto the students who have the certificate issued by the Maharashtra Government.
Annual Family Income (AFI) Eligibility conditions for Scholarship / Freeship:
SC students: AFI < Rs. 2 lakh p.a. (Scholarship)
SC students: AFI > Rs. 2 lakh p.a. (Freeship)
VJ / NT / SBC / OBC students refer:
G.R.Kr.EBC-2014/Pr.Kr.96 / Shikshan – dt 20/08/2016
NT / VJ / SBC / ST and OBC categories students will have to submit the Non-Creamy-Layer Certificate for such fee concessions.
Candidates with necessary documents who qualify for the aforementioned Scholarship / Freeship are required to pay, along with the Exam Fees, a nominal fee of Rs. 445 (for FY & SY) and Rs. 795 (for TY) at the time of admission. They are exempted from all other fees.
Scholarships, Freeships and Awards
Deserving / Eligible students are encouraged to take advantage of the financial aid in terms of Scholarships / Freeships as shown below:
- Government of India Scholarships / Freeships for SC students
- Government of India Scholarships / Freeships for OBC students
- Government of India Scholarships / Freeships for VJ / NT students
- Government of India Scholarships / Freeships for SBC students
- Government of India Scholarships / Freeships for ST students
- Government of India Minority Scholarship
- Open Merit scholarship for Junior and Senior College
- PTC Freeship
- STC Freeship
- EBC Freeship
- Ex-Servicemen Freeship
- PG Merit Scholarship / Freeship
- Rajashri Shahu Maharaj Scholarship
- University Financial Assistance
- Other State Scholarship / Freeship
- College Graded Scholarship
- Students’ Beneficiary Fund (provided by the College)
- Students of the Year Awards (offered by the College)
Students are also advised to checkwww.scholarships.gov.infor the scholarships listed below:
- Post-Matric Scholarship Schemes for Minorities
- Post-Matric Scholarship Schemes for SC Students (U.T. only)
- Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students
- Post-Matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities
- Scholarships for Top Class Education for Students with Disabilities
- Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships for College and University Students
- PG Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child.
- Students belonging to SC / SBC / OBC / VJ / NT are required to fill up the online form onhttp://mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.inin order to avail the fee concession.
- Students who apply through these portals do not get any fee concessions while taking admission. They have to directly apply for the benefit. The awardees get the financial benefits deposited directly into their personal bank accounts.
Try to give detailed, thoughtful reasons, by mentioning the department's approach to your subject, or if it has particularly strong facilities for the course. Don't mention things like the nightlife or costs, and don't say anything that indicates you didn't really put much thought into your decision.What happens if you don't have enough UCAS points? ›
If you don't reach the number of UCAS points and/or grades required for your offer, you can confirm your insurance offer on the UCAS system. Assess your options through Clearing – Clearing is a system that matches applicants with no offers to universities that have extra spaces[vii].What is the best answer for why did you choose this course? ›
Include information about your skills and natural talents in your answer. Consider mentioning how your skills align with the subject matter. Focus on your unique strengths that could contribute to your success in the course. Discuss the skills you hope to further develop through the course.How can I increase my chances of admission? ›
- Earn Good Grades in Challenging Courses. ...
- Get a High SAT/ACT Score. ...
- Write a Compelling Personal Statement. ...
- Demonstrate Interest. ...
- Secure Strong Letters of Recommendation. ...
- Apply to a Diverse Selection of Colleges. ...
- Opt for an Early Admission Plan. ...
- Manage Your Online Reputation.
Explain why you want to do your chosen course(s). For example, someone who wanted to work with animals might write 'I would like to study a BTEC in animal care as I am passionate about looking after animals. I already look after two dogs and it will help me in my future career plans. 'What makes you better than other applicants? ›
These can be professional skills, areas of expertise, personal qualities, or any relevant experience. Also, consider any impressive accomplishments from your past or career goals that speak to your commitment to the field. Think of ways to out-do the other candidates.How do I get into uni without enough UCAS points? ›
- Volunteer. ASDAN offer community-based courses that can get you plenty of extra UCAS points, such as the CoPE (16 UCAS points) and Wider Key Skills (3 different qualifications available, 8 points each). ...
- Take an extra AS Level. ...
- Learn an instrument (or get graded) ...
- Become a tutor.
No, you don't need UCAS points to go to uni. But you will need to meet university entry requirements, and it's extremely unlikely that GCSEs and AS levels will be enough for entry.Do UCAS points really matter? ›
Points matter, but it's rare that this is all a uni will ask for. There will usually be other conditions. If you're applying for an English language degree, yes they might want 144 points, but they will probably also want 48 of those points to be from an A-level in English.How will taking course help you achieve your career goals? ›
- 1) GAIN KNOWLEDGE. This reason may be a given. ...
- 2) ENHANCE YOUR SOFT SKILLS. ...
- 3) DEMONSTRATE A STRONG WORK ETHIC. ...
- 4) BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE FOR SUCCESS. ...
- 5) GROW YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK. ...
- Grow your career through education.
- 1) Identify which category you fall under. ...
- 2) Ask yourself why you want to study. ...
- 3) Decide on what career you want. ...
- 4) Study Destination. ...
- 5) Mode of study. ...
- 6) Identify the most important factors you are considering. ...
- 7) Research. ...
- 8) Narrow down your options.
Words to Describe Yourself in an Interview.
You will have to wait one more year. You can either apply using same score card or you can appear for the test again. Since, you didn't get admission with this marks it is very easy to say that getting admission next year with the same marks would be difficult. So, it is always safe and better to re-appear.How do I stand out to university? ›
- Research your course. ...
- Read challenging books about your chosen subject. ...
- Volunteer. ...
- Get course related work experience. ...
- Get an award. ...
- Learn another language. ...
- Improve your grades. ...
- Believe in yourself.
- How to Write your Personal Statement.
- Here are two quotes from admissions tutors on applying to university:
- Paragraph 1 - Reasons for applying:
- Paragraph 2 - Experiences that support your application:
- Paragraph 3 - Give them a flavour as to the kind of person you are:
- Paragraph 4 - Deferred Entry.
It should be a concise but honest summary of why you want to study a certain course and the most relevant things that you have done that demonstrate this interest. Studying at university is much more independent and so they want to see that you enjoy the subject enough to motivate yourself to do the work!How do you start a good personal statement? ›
Start with a short sentence that captures the reason why you're interested in studying the area you're applying for and that communicates your enthusiasm for it. Don't waffle or say you want to study something just because it's interesting. Explain what you find interesting about it.'How would you describe yourself in three words answer? ›
"Enthusiastic, confident and friendly are three words I'd pick to describe myself. My enthusiasm for health care allows me to stay motivated at work and find importance in what I'm doing. My confidence helps me recognize my abilities while also knowing that there's always room to learn more.What makes you qualified for this position? ›
When answering this interview question, focus on the skills and qualities you possess that most closely align with the needs and requirements of the role. For example: Hard or soft skills, like software expertise, or excellent customer service skills. Qualities like dedication, determination and perseverance.How do u see yourself 5 years from now? ›
In the next five years, I want to see myself as more responsible, knowledgeable and experienced. I will make sure that I explore skills and used opportunities so that I can contribute and share my knowledge, see myself learning and growing with every experience and last of course want to be happy.
Do universities lower entry requirements in Clearing? Yes, some universities lower course entry requirements but not all. This will depend on the university and the course.Can universities accept lower grades? ›
"Universities and colleges frequently accept applicants who perform below their entry requirements. Encouragingly, this is most often experienced by disadvantaged applicants."Is it hard to get 112 UCAS points? ›
112 points may sound like a lot, but actually, it's not as bad as it seems and most students can achieve it with studying 3 A Levels. All A Levels come with UCAS points, the maximum number for one being 56 and that would require an A* grade. The lowest amount of UCAS points you can get for an A Level is 16 (grade E).How can I get UCAS points fast? ›
- 10 Brilliant Ways to Get More UCAS Points. ...
- Take an extra A-level or AS-level. ...
- Study for a Level 3 Diploma, Certificate or Award in your spare time. ...
- Improve your Mathematics with a Free-standing Mathematics Qualification. ...
- Gain a Cambridge Pre-U qualification. ...
- Gain points by playing a musical instrument.
Thousands of students are being allowed on to degree courses with less than three E grades at A-level, figures have revealed.What is a good UCAS tariff score? ›
Most universities seem to accept that 112 UCAS points are the standard for the average UK student. Many different universities assess their candidates on many different factors as part of their criteria and the tariff point requirements give them much flexibility to do so.How do you get 112 UCAS points? ›
- 3 A-levels – Grades BBC, or A*CD.
- 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BB+bb, or AB+cc.
- 2 A-levels plus 1 AS plus Extended Project – Grades BB+b+C, or AB+a+D.
- 1 A-level plus BTEC Diploma – Grades B+DM, or D+DD.
- BTEC Extended Diploma – Grades DMM.
For the majority of students, it isn't possible to get into university with only 2 A-Levels. The majority of universities require at least 3 qualifications or better explained as 112 UCAS tariff points.Why is education important for success? ›
Education lessens the challenges you will face in life. The more knowledge you gain the more opportunities will open up to allow individuals to achieve better possibilities in career and personal growth. Education has played an important role in the career world of the twenty-first century.Why Studying is important? ›
Studying is not just important for educational development, but also builds personal skills. Having good study skills can improve your confidence, competence, and self-esteem. As well as helps reduce stress and anxiety around deadlines and exams.
When you've written out your goals, you can experience a certain level of accountability for making sure you complete them. With a written statement, it's easier to visualize what you're working toward and how to meet your objectives. Others can also hold you accountable.Which course has the best job opportunities? ›
- Medicine/ MBBS. ...
- Engineering. ...
- BBA. ...
- LLB (Bachelor of Law) ...
- Bachelor in Statistics. ...
- Bachelor in Computer Application. ...
- Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management. ...
- B.Sc in IT and Software.
- Creative Writing. ...
- Physical Education. ...
- Psychology. ...
- Public Speaking. ...
- Anthropology. ...
- Art History. ...
- Acting. ...
- Mathematics. ...
- Computer Science. ...
- Mechanical Engineering. ...
- Marketing / Business Studies. ...
- Law. ...
- Accounting. ...
- Architecture. ...
Show that you have skills and experience to do the job and deliver great results. You never know what other candidates offer to the company. But you know you: emphasize your key skills, strengths, talents, work experience, and professional achievements that are fundamental to getting great things done on this position.How can I introduce myself during interview? ›
Step forward and introduce yourself with your full name, interview time and job title of the role you're interviewing for. This can be quick and simple, such as, “Hi, my name is Sam Taylor. I'm here for a 12 p.m. job interview for the program manager role.”Why do universities reject you? ›
The applicant doesn't meet the academic threshold.
Most colleges will base an admissions decision on all aspects of a student's application and not just grades and test scores, but admissions counselors want to know that students have a strong enough foundation to handle challenging courses at their institution.
There is no rule keeping denied students from asking admissions officers the reason for the decision. However, it's very much likely for them to get a generic response or none at all. It's a better idea for denied students to ask admissions officers what they could do for increased admissions chances.Why do colleges reject overqualified students? ›
Overqualified students (quantified primarily by GPA and SAT/ACT) are routinely being waitlisted or denied at “no problem” colleges because the admissions committee feels doubtful these students are likely to enroll if accepted.How do I convince my principal for admission? ›
Sir you are kindly requested to grant me admission to your school based on my stated problem. I assure you that my presence at school will turn out to be a valuable asset. I hope that you will grant me the permission to get admitted to your school. I shall be very thankful to you for this favor.
- Create situations for Prospects to react first. Create a platform for your prospective students to “discover” your college presence. ...
- Nurturing student interest. ...
- Create the hype in your graduates. ...
- Beat the response time through Automation. ...
- Try mobile application process.
University is all about scholarship and independent thought. Students who aren't used to thinking for themselves rarely do well in interview. It's also essential that applicants are able to demonstrate good time management and independent study skills.Which grades do universities look at? ›
University Admission Requirements
Most universities will use your overall Grade 12 U/M grades in calculating your admission average. Often this will include your best six 4 U/M courses or equivalent.
A student's grades in college-preparatory classes remain the most significant factor in college admission decisions. Highly selective colleges look for students who: Complete core academic requirements.What to say when a college asks why they should choose you? ›
Pro Tip: Emphasize your academic interest
Talk about the specific educational, research, and other academic opportunities offered by the college that appeal to you. Expand on this idea by talking about how these opportunities help support your future goals.
It's no surprise that earning your college diploma will offer career benefits, but applying to and attending college gives you access to life-defining experiences that you're unlikely to get anywhere else. You can join clubs that help grow your professional or extracurricular interests and build your résumé.Why should we offer you the admission over other qualified candidates? ›
Explanation: By highlighting your experience with a particular skill that the position requires, describe in detail what that experience looks like and how you have used it previously. This gives the hiring manager the chance to see some of your work and determine if it fits what they are looking for in a candidate.What is a good answer to why should I hire you? ›
Show the employer that you've researched the job and understand what their role involves. Explain why you're a great fit for this position and its specific job requirements. Show them why you're excited about this type of work and will be motivated and enthusiastic in the role.What are the 10 most common university interview questions and answers? ›
- How would you describe yourself to someone who did not know you? ...
- What do you expect to be doing ten years from now? ...
- What are your strengths and weaknesses? ...
- How would you contribute to our college community? ...
- What subject in high school did you find most challenging?
Details from your life that demonstrate how you'd be a great fit at the college. A brief look at what led you to apply to the college or choose your major. Your unique passions or interests (connect them to the college if possible) Strengths and accomplishments that you can illustrate with stories.
You gain knowledge, skills and experience to help you both in your career and in life in general. On top of that, by gaining additional skills in communication and problem solving and achieving your goals, you can also increase your confidence.What is the most important factor in college admissions? ›
Courses and Grades
A student's grades in college-preparatory classes remain the most significant factor in college admission decisions. Highly selective colleges look for students who: Complete core academic requirements.
- Grades in college prep courses 83.4%
- Strength of curriculum 65.7%
- SAT or ACT scores 59.3%
- Grades in all courses 46.2%
- Essay or writing sample 26.6%
- Student's demonstrated interest in the college 23.0%
- Class rank 21.8%
- Counselor recommendation 19.4%
- A willingness to take risks.
- A sense of social responsibility.
- A commitment to service.
- Special talents or abilities.
When answering this interview question, focus on the skills and qualities you possess that most closely align with the needs and requirements of the role. For example: Hard or soft skills, like software expertise, or excellent customer service skills. Qualities like dedication, determination and perseverance.What is your strength best answer? ›
You can say that your greatest strength is: Creativity. Originality. Open-mindedness.Why do you think you are fit for this position? ›
The following are example answers to this interview question that you can use as inspiration when crafting your own: The skills and qualifications I possess are a great match for the requirements for this position. In particular, my communication and leadership skills make me a great candidate for the job.How do you answer confidently interview question? ›
So, give a clear, concise and compelling outline of who you are and what you've achieved. Steer clear of personal details. Instead, focus on the skills and experience that you have that are relevant to the job. A good tactic is to discuss your present, your past, and your future.