Courses
 
Sardar Bhagat Singh College of Higher Education, Lucknow is offering following Courses

   B.B.A.
   B.A.
 
Rules & Regulation
 
Rules for Admission in Undergraduate Courses (BBA/B.Com./B.A./B.A.-B. Ed.*):
 
Candidate will be eligible for admission if he/she has passed
  1. Intermediate or equivalent examination with commerce or Intermediate with Economics or Mathematics as one of the subjects of study for Admission to B.Com.
  2. Intermediate or equivalent examination with 50 % Marks for Gen/OBC and 45% Marks for SC/ST for Admission to BBA.
  3. Intermediate or equivalent examination for Admission to B.A./B.A.-B. Ed.*
 
Order of Merit will be determined as follows
  1. Under Graduate students shall be admitted on the basis of marks obtained in the Intermediate or equivalent Examinations.
  2. In order to remove disparity that exists between the marks awarded to the candidates by different examining authorities/boards in the country, a system of "Normalization" will be adopted. Under the normalization procedure statistically the first rank student of one board will be equal to that of the first rank of the other board. As such the first rank student of each board will be considered to have obtained 100% marks and the aggregate marks of all other students from that board will be normalized with reference to the aggregate marks obtained by the first rank student of the board. For example, if the aggregate marks of the first rank student of a board is 94%, his normalized aggregate is 100% and if a student from the same board has obtained 88% marks, then his normalized percentage will be (88x100)/94=93.61%. The University shall procure on its own the percentage of marks obtained by first rank student of the Central Board of Secondary Education, Council of Indian School Certificate and U.P. Board. All other Boards will be treated at par with I.S.C. for the purpose of normalization of marks.
  3. The percentage shall be calculated up to three figures after decimal point
 
If two or more candidates have secured equivalent marks/rank in the merit Index in that case the merit for admission will be determined as follows
  1. First preference will be given to the candidate who secures higher percentage of marks at Intermediate or equivalent examination.
  2. » If the Intermediate marks are same in such cases first preference will be given to the candidate who secures higher percentage of marks at High School or equivalent examination.
  3. If the marks obtained at the Intermediate and High School or equivalent examination are the same in that case the older candidate will be given priority.
A candidate can not pursue any other course simultaneously.
College/University reserves the right to cancel any admission at any stage.
 
 
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