Where to check HSC result ?
How to check the result?
- Type your number without spaces in first input field. If your number is M12345, then type "M12345".
- Then type first three letters of your mother's name in the second input field in capital letters. If your mother's name is Shailaja, then type "SHA"
- Check the result of your handwork of the entire year.
What to do after XII ?
- Register for CA CPT, December 2015. Classes for the same will start from July 2015.
- Register for CS Foundation, June 2016. Classes for the same will start from July 2015.
- Enroll yourself graduation programmes of Mumbai University. You have variety of choices. You can opt for, Plain B Com or Bachelor in Accounting & Finance (BAF) or Bachelor in Banking & Insurance (BBI) or Bachelor in Management studies (BMS) or you can also opt for Bachelor in Financial Markets (BFM)
- Classes for First year BCom, BAF, BBI, BMS will start on 20th June.
- If you are good at practical subjects such as Accounts and Mathematics, then you may choose Plain BCom or BAF or BFM. On the other hand if you are good at theory subjects, then you many choose, BBI or BMS.
- If you are planning to do CA or CS, then I strongly recommend you to join Plain BCom, as it will give you necessary time to pursue your goal of CA or CS.
- Note that except plain BCom, every other Bachelor degree course is offered as self financing course. It means, the fees of BAF, BBI, BMS and BFM will be higher than plain BCom.
- All your Bachelor programmes from Mumbai University will be having semester pattern. Your three year bachelor programme is divided in 6 semester. The final degree will be awarded on the average marks of all the six semesters.
- Remember that in all the courses for Bachelor programme of Mumbai University completed through college, 75:25 is the division of marks. It means 75 marks will be awarded by Mumbai University and 25 marks will be awarded by College.
- The 25 marks by college are based on two tutorial exams of 10 marks each and balance 5 marks based on attendance and behaviour.
My Best Wishes
--- Prof. Anand More