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Dr.Ambedkar College of Commerce & Economics
Estd. 1972 "Re-Accredited with grade- 'B' by NAAC"
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Junior College Syllabus
The junior college offers the educational programmes and syllabus as given by the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education, for XI and XII standards. The standard XI examinations are taken by the college and the standard XII examinations by the Board’s Mumbai division. There are three divisions of standard XI and XII each with total number of 360 seats in each standard. The junior college begins at 12: 30 pm and finishes at 5:00 pm.
 
Subject offered to standards XI and XII
1. English
2. Optional Languages (any one): Hindi, Marathi
3. Economics
4. Book-Keeping or Accountancy
5. Mathematics or Secretarial Practice
6. Organisation of Commerce
7. Environment Education
 
Rules of Admission to the standard XI of Junior College Eligibility
Those candidates, who have passed in all subjects of the S.S.C. Examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Examination or an equivalent examination of any other Board / any statutory examining body, are eligible for admission to the standard XI. However, the admissions are finalised on the basis of merit list, keeping the reserved categories intact as per the government rules.
 
Procedure of Admission of Standard XI & XII
   
1. Duly filled in Application Form
2. Original Marks Sheet + a photo copy
3. Original Leaving Certificate from school + a photo copy
4. Original Eligibility Certificate (provisional / final) issued by the Mumbai Division of the Maharashtra State Board + a photo copy ; in case of students belonging to Boards / any statutory examining body, other than Maharashtra Board
5. Original Caste Certificate + a photo copy, in case of students belonging to Reserved Category
6. Photo Copies of co-curricular and extra curricular activites.
 

Address of the Maharashtra Board
The Divisional Secretary,
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education,
Plot No. 27 & 28, Sector 16-A,
Vashi, Mumbai - 400 703
Tel. No: 27662504 / 27881075 Extn: 210

 
Fee Structure for Std. XI
 
BOYS
GIRLS
Tuition Fees
240
-
Admission Fees
20
-
Term Fees
40
-
Examination Fees
150
150
I.Card & Library Card Fees
50
50
Student Association
25
25
Extra Curruicular Activities
50
50
Gymkhana / Sport Activities
100
100
College Magazine Fees
50
-
Service Charges
150
150
Gropu Insurance
80
80
Development Fees
300
300
Library Deposit
100
100
Miscellaneous Fees
25
25
TOTAL
1380
1030
 * Enrollment Fee of Rs. 300/- to be paid by students outside     Maharashtra Board.
 
Rules of Promotion for Finalising the Result of Standard XI (F.Y.J.C.)
1.
The candidate must secure a minimum of 35 marks out of 100 in each of the two compulsory languages and each of the four optional subjects.
2.

If a candidate appears in all subjects but fails in one or more subjects, his/her deficiency of marks in any three subjects, up to a maximum of 30 marks but not exceeding 10 marks in any one subject, shall be condoned for the purpose of passing the examination.

This rule of condonation can be applicable only after working out subject-wise average as provided in Rule No.6

3.
Although the maximum 10 marks of condonation are to be given in one subject, such condonation shall not exceed the required minimum percentage of passing in the subject i.e. 35 per cent.
4.
There shall not be any concession of ATKT.
5. The final result of standard XI is decided on the basis of the average marks obtained by the student in :
(a) First Term Examination + (b) Second Term Examination + (c) Unit Tests
i.e. a+b+c
        3
6.
No candidate will be promoted to standard XII if he/she fails even after applying the condonation of deficiency rule.
7.
There shall be no re-examination in case of failed students.
 
Standard XII Evaluation
The Standard XII (H.S.C.) examination and evaluation is centralised process, completely under the control of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Examination, Mumbai Division.
 
Fee Structure for Std. XII
  Amount in Rs. General Students Amount in Rs. SC/ST/Buddhist Students
Tuition Fees
264
-
Admission Fees
-
-
Term Fees
44
-
Examination Fees
150
150
I.Card & Library Card Fees
50
50
Student Association
25
25
Extra Curruicular Activities
50
50
Gymkhana / Sport Activities
100
100
College Magazine Fees
50
-
Service Charges
150
150
Gropu Insurance
80
80
Development Fees
300
300
Library Deposit
100
100
Miscellaneous Fees
25
25
TOTAL
1388
1030
 * Enrollment Fee of Rs. 300/- to be paid by students outside     Maharashtra Board.
 
Minimum Competency Vocational Courses (MCVC) for Std. XI and XII
Under the New Educational Policy of the Government of India, Minimum Competency Vocational Courses at +2 level are offered in the following disciplines:
 
  1. Auto Engineering Technician
  2. Maintenance & Repairs of Electrical DomesticAppliances
  3. Travel and Tourism Techniques
  Eligibility: S.S.C. (Std. X) Pass.
  Age:  Below 29 years
  Medium of Instruction:  English
   
 
(A)-SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XI - (Auto Engineering Technician)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one) : Hindi, Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Mechanical Technology - Paper I
5
Auto and Diesel Cycle - I - Paper II
6
Engineering Drawing - Paper III
 
(A)-SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XII - (Auto Engineering Technician)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one): Hindi,Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Auto and Diesel Cycle - II - Paper I
5
Auto Transmission System - Paper II
6
Garage Management and Vehicle Rules. - Paper III
 
(B) - SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XI - (Travel and Tourism)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one) : Hindi, Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Introduction to Tourism - Paper I
5
Heritage of India - Paper II
6
Economics and Geography of Tourism - Paper III
 
(B) - SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XII - (Travel and Tourism)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one) : Hindi, Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Transport - Paper I
5
Hospitality, Industry and Business Communication - Paper II
6
Travel Agency Operations - Paper III
 
(C) - SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XI -
         (Maintenance & Repairs of Domestic Electrical Appliances)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one) : Hindi, Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Materials and Workshop Practice - Paper I
5
Domestic Appliances - Paper II
6
Elements of Electrical Technology - Paper III
 
(C) - SUBJECTS OFFERED TO STANDARDS XI -
         (Maintenance & Repairs of Domestic Electrical Appliances)
1
English
2
Optional Languages (any one) : Hindi, Marathi
3
Foundation Course
4
Materials and Workshop Practice - Paper I
5
Domestic Appliances - Paper II
6
Elements of Electrical Technology - Paper III
 
Note: All other Instructions including fees are same as stated for Junior College rules and regulations.