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Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi(Est: 1926)
University of Delhi, Maurice Nagar, Delhi-110007
Seats: 405 in commerce
Cut-off: 92 per cent
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai(Est: 1869)
5, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai-400001
Seats: 400 in arts, 240 in commerce and 360 in science
Cut-off: 80-85 per cent
Loyola College, Chennai(Est: 1925)
Seats: 712 in arts, 492 in commerce, 770 in science
Cut-off: 60-80 per cent
St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata(Est: 1860)
30, Park Street, Kolkata-700016
Seats: 200 in arts, 700 in commerce, 550 in science
Cut-off: 88 per cent
The commerce department, which boasts of a glittering alumni, will throw open its doors to women this year for an evening course.
Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai(Est: 1964)
Vile Parle, Mumbai-400056
Seats: 1,133 in commerce
Cut-off: 83 per cent
Ranks from this college are a regular affair. Its annual festival Umang is written about in equal measure.
Symbiosis, Pune(Est: 1983)
8th Floor, Symbiosis Vishwa Bhavan, Ganesh Khind, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411004
Seats: 120 in arts and 720 in commerce
Cut-off: 75-80 per cent
The college will introduce a three-year diploma course in liberal arts where students can study humanities, natural sciences and languages along with their regular degree course. It boasts of 12 student associations dealing with theatre, music, film appreciation and other areas.
LSR College for Women, Delhi(Est: 1956)
Lajpat Nagar-IV, Delhi-110024
Seats: 625 in arts and 45 in commerce
Cut-off: 90-93 per cent
Often referred to as the Wellesley of the East, the college has moved away from its feminist image.
St.Joseph’s College, Banglore(Est: 1882)
36, Lalbagh Road, Shanthi Nagar, Bangalore-560027
Seats: 300 in arts and 604 in science
Cut-off: 50 per cent for both
A trusted institution for all-rounders, it bagged the largest number of gold medals at the Bangalore University Convocation in 2005
Presidency College, Chennai(Est: 1840)
Kamarajar Salai, Chennai-600005
Seats: 780 in arts, 40 in commerce and 350 in science
Cut-off: 70-90 per cent
Ever since it was granted autonomy in 1987, the college has attempted several reforms to make education more contemporary. It has been accredited with four stars by the NAAC.
BM College, Pune (Est: 1943)
845, Shivaji Nagar, Pune-411004
Seats: 120 in commerce
Cut-off: 83.6 per cent
The college has introduced two new degree courses in business administration and finance and autonomous courses in event management, business journalism, travel and tourism and e-commerce.
Christ College, Bangalore(Est: 1969)
Hosur Road, Bangalore-560029
Seats: 680 in arts, 740 in commerce and 465 in science
Cut-off: 70-85 per cent
The first institution in Karnataka to be accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), it is housed in a new complex spread over 20 acres-the largest for any degree college in Bangalore.
Hindu College, Delhi(Est: 1899)
North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi-110007
Seats: 210 in arts, 40 in commerce, 210 in science
Cut-off: 69-96.5 per cent
The college is one of the only liberal co-ed colleges of its kind.Â This year, short courses in media studies and diction have been introduced.
Indian Institute of Management & Commerce, Hyderabad(Est: 1973)
6-1-91, Saifabad, AC Guards, Hyderabad-500004
Seats: 120 in commerce
Cut-off: 75 per cent
Has a placement bureau that enables its graduates to join leading information technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. Alumni offer 18 scholarships to the students.
HL College of Commerce, Ahmedabad(Est: 1936)
S.V. Desai Road, Navarangpura, Ahmedabad-380009
Seats: 440 in commerce
Cut-off: 85 per cent
Carries the tag of the “best” commerce college in Gujarat and western India. Known for its illustrious faculty.
Hans Raj College, Delhi(Est: 1948)
North Campus, Delhi University-110007
Seats: 250 in arts, 145 in commerce and 340 in science
Cut-off: 88-91 per cent
Jesus & Mary College,Delhi(Est: 1968)
Seats: 435 in arts and 130 in commerce
Cut-off: 88-95 per cent
In a disciplined environment, this all-girls’ college claims to groom the students with a strong social orientation.
RA Poddar College, Mumbai(Est: 1941)
Seats: 840 in commerce
Cut-off: 78 per cent
The college has a reputation of having more than three students in the top 10 rankers every year at the higher-secondary level.
Mount Carmel College, Banglore(Est: 1949)
58, Palace Road, Bangalore-560052
Seats: 300 in arts, 300 in commerce and 800 in science
Cut-off: 50-75 per cent
Stress is on ICT (Information and Communication Technology) in education, both for students as well as teachers. Adequate infrastructure is available for this purpose
HA College of Commerce, Ahmedabad(Est: 1959)
Opposite Law Garden, Ahmedabad-308006
Seats: 520 in commerce
Cut-off: 80 per cent
Maintains good academic standards.
Sydenham College, Mumbai(Est: 1948)
B. Road Churchgate, Mumbai-400020
Seats: 600 in commerce
Cut-off: 75 per cent
A range of degree and diploma options is available here, including banking, insurance and foreign trade. The college is also strong in extra-curricular activities like photography, culture and sports.