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SVKM’ Narsee Monjee College of Commerce And Economics :
UG Admission Process

The Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM), Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics was thus established in 1964.

Although the college started by focusing on education to make students selfreliant and to prepare them for careers in the commerce field, it gradually extended the scope of its activities to include the molding of the overall personality of the students. 

It started with just one course in B.COM in 1964 and has added 6 more courses in Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), Bachelor in Commerce (Financial Markets), Bachelor in Commerce (Management and Finance), Bachelor in Commerce (Economics), Bachelor in Commerce (Economics & Analytics) and one inter-disciplinary Course Bachelor of Science (Information Technology).

Admissions to all the UG Programs (Self Finance Programs & B.Com Outsiders’ Category) at Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Autonomous) will be done through the CUET (UG) – 2024.

"NO" in-house quota is applicable for admissions to unaided courses (Self Finance Programs)

N.M. College admission for self financed programs will be given based on equal weightage (50 – 50) to class XIIth marks and CUET scores of the candidate.

UG Programmes Offered by NM College :
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CUET General Test details : 

There will be one Question Paper which will have 60 questions out of which 50 questions need to be attempted in 60 minutes. The syllabus for the General test of CUET (UG) – 2024 will be based on Class 12.

CUET exam will include questions on: Logical reasoning, Language ability, General knowledge, Mathematics.

MCM CUET - UG Entrance Test Training programmes :

MCM offers a comprehensive ONLINE Training Programs and INTEGRATED (CLASSROOM and ONLINE) Training Programs

CUET Crash Course immediately

after HSC (12th Std) Exam

CUET 1 Year Training Program for SYJC (12th Std) Students

CUET 2 Year Training Program for FYJC (11th Std) Students

CUET Correspondence Course 

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