1. When do the admissions begin ?
Ans. Admissions to the First Year classes will begin immediately after the declaration of the results of the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary School Examination. Admissions will continue for a specific time period only i.e. approximately one and a half month or less, depending on seats availabl

2. Who is eligible to seek admission to the F.Y.B.A./B.Com.?
Ans. To be eligible for admission to the Semester I of the Three Year Integrated Course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts/Commerce, the candidate should have passed  the Higher Secondary School Certificate (Std. XII) Examination conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary School Education, in the Arts/Commerce Stream, and Vocational Stream, (in the subjects notified by the University under this clause from time to time), or  Std XII (Arts/Commerce) or similar examination of another Body equivalent to the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary School Education, Goa, and recognized as such by the Goa University.
A candidate admitted for Semester I shall be deemed eligible for admission to Semester II, ordinarily.
A candidate migrating from another recognized University and desirous of direct admission to Semester II may be considered for admission provided he/she has cleared/ passed the First Term/Semester I examination of that University with those subjects for which admission is sought and undertakes to successfully complete the other compulsory papers of Semester I, provided the Goa University allows it.
All admissions are valid for one year only; and therefore have to be renewed for the subsequent year(s).


3.  Is there any reservation for admission to students in reserved category ?
Ans. In case a need is felt for admissions to students in reserved category due to excess demand for admissions, the percentage of reservation prescribed by the State Govt. shall be followed.


4. What about fees ?
Ans. As prescribed by the Goa University/Government of Goa. All deposits and University enrolment fees are to be paid in full at the time of  joining the College only. All “deposits” are refundable, according to the rules.


5. Whether any financial assistance is provided to the student ?
Ans. Financial assistance is available to students as per the eligibility, under various Government schemes, viz. National Scholarships/ Economically Backward Class Scholarships/ “Merit” Scholarships/ Freedom Fighter’s Children Scholarships/ Scholarship for the Physically Handicapped/ Scholarship for Non-Hindi speaking students/ Students’ Aid Fund/ Other Backward Classes (OBC) Scholarships/ College Awards/ Govt. Scholarships,  etc.


6. Whether any other assistance provided to the student ?
Ans. The meritorious students from low income groups can avail themselves of books from the College Book Bank. The students will have to fill the relevant forms with details of scholastic performance, family income and the books required. The books are loaned for the full Academic Year and have to returned immediately after the end of the final examination by the notified date.


7. What about Examination System ?
Ans. There shall be two modes of evaluation of the academic performance of the students enrolled for the B.A./B.Com. Course, namely, the Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and the Semester End Examination (SEE), under the new Restructured Curriculum for the First, Second & Third Year of B.A. /B.Com.
A candidate shall be considered to have successfully fulfilled the requirements of a semester and deemed eligible to appear for the Semester-end Examination provided he/she fulfils the minimum attendance requirements as per the relevant rules of the University and has attempted the CIA tests. A candidate failing to fulfill the conditions (as above) shall have to repeat the semester.
Third Year of B.A./B.Com. Semester End Examination will be conducted by the Goa  University.


8. What is the minimum attendance  required to appear for examination ?
Ans. A Student registered in a Semester/Term/Year, for any Course (degree or diploma), shall be required to have a minimum cumulative attendance of 75% of the total lectures and practicals prescribed for the Course during that Semester/Term/Year. Although the attendance shall be cumulative for all the papers/courses taken together, in the given Semester/Term/Year, a student shall be required to have a minimum of 75% attendance in each/any individual paper/course to appear for that Semester/Term/Annual examination.