ADMISSION GUIDELINES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
All admissions to the degree classes are subject to approval by the Bengaluru North University. Documents to be produced at the time of admission:
10th/SSLC Marks Card – Original + 2 sets of Photocopy
12th/PUC Marks Card – Original + 2 sets of Photocopy
Transfer Certificate – Original + 2 sets of Photocopy
Caste Certificate in case of SC/ST Candidates (For Karnataka students only)
Photographs – 8 Passport Size
Anti Ragging Affidavit on a Stamp Paper of Rs.20/-
Students who have passed out from Boards/University other than the Karnataka PU Board should also submit in addition to the above mentioned documents: Migration Certificate – Original + 2 sets of Photocopy
Points to Note:
Selection of a student to any undergraduate course is based on the students’ merit. St Vincent Pallotti College reserves the right to select its students. All admissions to any undergraduate course is provisional and is subject to approval by the Bengaluru North University. St Vincent Pallotti College will not be responsible in any manner in case the Bengaluru University refuses to approve any students admission for any reason and such rejected students will not be permitted to claim refund of fees paid to the College completely or partially or claim any damages due to such rejections.
It will entirely be the responsibility of the student/parent to ensure that the student is eligible to undergo the undergraduate course as prescribed by the Bengaluru North University before he/she seeks admission to St Vincent Pallotti College.
A minimum of 75% attendance in each subject is required for a student to appear for the University.
Ragging of any form is not acceptable. Students found indulging in ragging or with past records of involvement in ragging or any criminal activities will be expelled from the College.
Students/Parents to adhere to the rules and regulations of the College. In the event of any dispute, the decision of the college shall be final and binding.