UG Courses


A pass (eligible for higher studies) in the Higher Secondary Examination or its equivalent with at least one Commerce subject, is the eligibility for admission to the B.Com course. Candidates who have not taken at least one Commerce subject for higher secondary or an equivalent examination should get at least 24 GPV (in 6 subject) in that examination to become eligible to seek admission to B.Com course. A concession of 3 GPV will be given to OBC/OEC candidates. The SC/ST candidates need to get only a pass (eligible for higher studies) (U.O.No. GAI/A2/1658/2007 dated 28.2.2008).
Candidates who have passed (eligible for higher studies) the higher secondary examination of the Kerala State Board of Higher Secondary Examinations or any other examination recognized as equivalent there to are eligible for admission to the BA degree courses.
Candidates who have passed (eligible for higher studies) the higher secondary examination or any other examination recognized as equivalent to, with not less than 27GPV are eligible for admission to the BBA degree course. A concession for 3 GPV will be given to OBC/OEC candidates. The SC/ST candidates need to get only a pass (eligible for higher studies). (U.O.No.GAI/J2/2907/03 dated 23.7.2004 and U.O.No.GAI/A2/1658/2007 dated 28.2.2008).
Candidates who have passed (eligible for higher studies) the HSE of an examination with Mathematics/Computer, Science/Computer Application/Practices as one of the subjects are eligible for admission to the BCA course (U.O.1/J1/2453/1997 dated 6.10.2000 and GA 1/J1/1597/2005 dated 11.07.2005).

PG Courses


Any candidate who has passed B.Com or BBA( earlier BBS) degree of University of Calicut or B.com, BBA or BBM or BBS degree of any other Universities or institutions in any states recognized by UGC or AICTE with a minimum of 45% marks is eligible for admission to the M.Com degree course. Relaxation in the requirements of minimum marks up to 5% for OBC/OEC is applicable. SC /ST candidates need to get only a pass in their qualifying examination for admission (U.O.No.GAI/J2/2124/03 dated.22.07.2004.
The minimum marks prescribed for admission to MA in English course is 45% in part English of BA/BSC examinations or 45% in English main papers in the case of candidates with English under part III pattern I of 45% in English main papers in the case of candidates with English under part III pattern II. Candidates will be ranked according to the % of marks in part I English or Part III in the case of those who have taken English under part III whichever is higher. A weightage of 10 % marks shall be added in the case of those who have taken English under part III.