Admission to the different programmes of Undergraduate courses shall be on the basis of merit subject to availability of seats. B.A./B.B.A/B.Com.(General) Programme The B.A./B.B.A/B.Com. (General) Programme Semester-I examination under the CBCS shall be open to a candidate who has passed the Higher Secondary Part-II examination (10+2 Pattern) of the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto. Semester-I examination under the CBCS shall be open to a candidate who has passed not less than one academic year preceding to the year of qualifying examination.
No candidate will be admitted to the B.Com. Semester-I Course unless he/she has passed Higher Secondary Part-II (10+2 Pattern) examination with Commerce stream. Provided that a candidate after having passed Higher Secondary Part-II examination in stream other than Commerce stream with at least 50% marks in aggregate shall be allowed to seek admission to the B.Com. Semester-I
A candidate for the B.A. Semester-II, III, IV, V and VI Examinations shall have to opt for the subjects prescribed in the CBCS under the new pattern of courses. Provided that candidate shall not be allowed to change the stream from Commerce to Arts/Arts to Commerce. However, the candidate may opt for the Electives and Skill Based Courses prescribed in the CBCS.
In case of B.Com. a candidate shall have to opt the subjects prescribed for the course by the Academic Council.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Programme Admission to Semester-I of BBA Programme, under CBCS, shall be open to those candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Part-II examination (under 10+2 pattern) of the J&K State Board of School Education or an examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto and has obtained not less than 50% of the aggregate marks in the qualifying examination in case of General Category candidates and 45% marks in case of SC/ST candidates. Provided that the admission in the Govt. Colleges/Non-Government Colleges affiliated to University of Jammu shall be made directly by the Admission Committee of the College concerned on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate/s in the qualifying examination. Provided that Non-Government Colleges shall follow the same admission schedule and procedure/statutes as are applicable for Govt. Colleges. Provided further also that the admission to Non-Local Candidates in Non-Govt. Colleges shall be granted under the second preference category.