St. Xavier’s BMS Selection Procedure 2020

St. Xavier's BMS Selection procedure 2020 - St. Xavier's College, Mumbai will be declared the selection procedure of St. Xavier's BMS 2020 in the fourth week of June, 2020. St. Xavier's BMS selection procedure 2020 will start after the declaration of St. Xavier's BMS result. According to the selection procedure of St. Xavier's BMS, the authority will declare the shortlisted candidate's names over different categories (General, Minority and Special category) based on their performance in the BMS Entrance Exam. In St. Xavier's BMS 2020 Selection procedure, the weightages that will be attributed for shortlisting candidates are 60 per cent weightage to the BMS entrance exam score and 40 per cent weightage will be given to Class XII/10+2 marks of candidates. St. Xavier's BMS will be conducted tentatively in the third week of June 2020. In this article, Candidate can check all information about St. Xavier's BMS Selection Procedure such as important dates, important points, cutoff, counselling, etc.

Important Dates of St. Xavier's BMS 2020 Selection Procedure

Events

Important Dates

St. Xavier's BMS exam 2020

Third week of June, 2020

St. Xavier's BMS Result 2020

Fourth week of June, 2020

First Merit list

Fourth week of June, 2020

Second Merit list

First week of July, 2020

What are the shortlist criteria of St. Xavier's BMS 2020?

As per the Selection procedure of St. Xavier's BMS 2020, the total number of seats which is offered by St. Xavier College, Mumbai for BMS programm is 60 and these students will be shortlisted on the basis of St. Xavier's entrance exam score as well as the scores in previous board exam (Class XII). The ratio of weightage of the St. Xavier's BMS 2020 and Class 12 board exam will be 60:40.

Required documents of St. Xavier's BMS Selection Procedure 2020?

  • Class XII Mark Sheet

  • Caste Certificate (for reserved category)

  • Baptism Certificate (for the Minority community - Christians)

  • Documentary evidence regarding special category status

St. Xavier's BMS Cutoff 2020

The cutoff of St Xavier's BMS 2020 will be the minimum score to be obtained by candidates to qualify for the St. Xavier's BMS 2020 selection procedure. The given table provides information about the previous year's cutoff marks for BMS. Candidates will get an idea of this year's BMS cutoff.

Previous Year - St. Xavier's BMS Cutoff 2020 (First Merit List)

Category

Cutoff Marks

General

76

OBC

70.18

ST

59.92

SC

50.77

Christian

66.88

SBC

55.00

NT-C

69.93

NT-B

--

DT-A

57.55

NT-D

64.74

Special - Defence

80.82

Special - PH

67.95

Previous Year - St. Xavier's BMS Cutoff 2020 (Second Merit List)

Category

Cutoff Marks

General

72.48

OBC

66.78

ST

--

SC

--

Christian

64.20

SBC

--

NT-C

--

NT-B

--

DT-A

--

NT-D

--

Special - Defence

--

Special - PH

--

St. Xavier's College Mumbai also defined seat reservation criteria across different category of students. The relevant documents must be presented at the official centre as proof of reserved category.

BMS Admission Reservation Criteria

Category

Reservation Percentage

General & Special

65

Christian Minority

60

Reserved Category (SC, ST, OBC etc.)

55

Frequently Asked Questions for St. Xavier's BMS Selection Procedure 2020

Question: What is the eligibility for BMS of St. Xavier's College, Mumbai?

Answer: As per the St. Xavier's BMS eligibility criteria 2020, all General category candidates must have qualified Class XII board exam or equivalent in the same year as of BMS admission (i.e. 2020) with a minimum aggregate of 65 per cent marks from a recognised college/school.

Question: What is the Reservation percentage for reserved category students in St. Xavier's College, Mumbai?

Answer: In St. Xavier's College, there is 55 reservation percentage for those students who belongs to reserved category.

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IMran Mir 10th Dec, 2019

Hi there Vishal!

Hope you are having a nice day!

I would like to inform you that these are the eligibility criteria for ST. Xavier's Entrance exam below:-

  • Candidates who have passed their 10+2 from a recognized board are eligible for registering for the exam
  • The minimum aggregate in 10+2 exam should be 60 percent
  • Those candidates belonging to the minority category should have 55 percent in their 10+2 examinations and those belonging to the reserve category should have 50 percent marks in their 10+2
  • Candidates from General Category whose birth date falls on or after 1 st June 1995 are eligible to appear for St. Xavier’s Entrance Test
  • Candidates who belong to the Catholic community and SC/ST category who are born on or after 1 st June 1994 are eligible to sit for St. Xavier’s Entrance Test 2020.

These are the eligibility parameters. And I hope all your query now get solved. So keep learning keep growing.

All the best for your bright future!

Thanks.

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Hello Manvi

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IMran Mir 26th Nov, 2019

Hi Sana, hope you are having a nice day.

i would like to inform you that every government colleges have some specific date to apply and that can be easily available on colleges websites.So go there and get registered yourself first before the deadline of online submission date  given according to the college that you choose and then you can be eligible for entrance exam.Further details will be provived on websites itself or else they will send you a notification related to date and destination of exam. All the best for your future Thanks.

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when can we apply for exam when are registration form released

Shareef 19th Nov, 2019
Hello,
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You haven't mentioned the course you wanted to take or the branch of the st. Xavier college.
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Kanupriya Gupta 29th Nov, 2019

Dear Aspirant,

Hope you are doing well!

Students who have passed their 12th from foreign boards have to obtain a 'PRIMA FACIE' eligibility letter from Mumbai University for first year courses. Here is the address for that:

The University of Mumbai,
Eligibility Section, Kalina Campus,
Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400 098


Also, it is important for you to have passed your exams in the first attempt.

The aggregate is calculated out of 4 subjects at a +2 level and the subjects are also dependent on the eligibility criteria for your individual course. The subjects which are not to be calculated in these main 4 are All Dance courses, All Music Courses (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), All Vocational courses, SUPW, Agriculture, Arts/Fine Arts (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), Security, Work Experience, Fabric Study, Environmental studies, Environmental Science, Environmental Education, Gen. Foundation Course, Electricity/ Electrical Courses, Fashion studies, Heritage craft, Home Science, Painting (with an exception of M.Sc. in Multimedia), Salesmanship, Physical education, Fashion Designing, Entrepreneurship, Health Education and Floriculture.

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