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JUNIOR COLLEGE (XI & XII Std)

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STD XI

Introduction

The Junior College engages in imparting the knowledge of Commerce subjects to students on the basis of guidelines prescribed by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Std XI is the first of the two years that comprise the +2 level of education.

Intake

960

Eligibility

The norms prescribed by the Deputy Director of Education (DyDE), Pune, for the Std 11 Centralised Admission Process will be binding on students seeking admission to Std XI.

Structure of Course

Students may choose ONE of the following Groups. It may be noted that the courses of Group 'A' are taught in both English and Marathi. The courses of Group ‘B’ are, however, taught only in English. Therefore, the courses of Group ‘B’ are not available to the Marathi Medium students.

Group A
Distribution of Marks
Sr. No Subject Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
01 English 20 80
02 Environment Education & Water Security 20 30
03 Health & Physical Education(HPE) 25 25
04 Book Keeping and Accountancy 20 80
05 Organization of Commerce & Management 20 80
06 Economics 20 80
07 Optional subjects- I (Any One)
(a) Hindi 20 80
(b) Marathi 20 80
(c) French 20 80
(d) German 20 80
(e) Information Technology [IT] 20 80
08 Optional subjects- II (Any One)
(a) Secretarial Practice 20 80
(b) Mathematics 20 80
Group B
Distribution of Marks
Sr. No Subject Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
010 English 20 80
02 Environmental Science (EVS) 20 80
03 Health & Physical Education(HPE) 25 25
04 Book Keeping and Accountancy 20 80
05 Organization of Commerce & Management 20 80
06 Economics 20 80
07 Vocational Banking (Bio-Focal) Paper I 20 80
07 Vocational Banking (Bio-Focal) Paper II 20 80
Evaluation pattern for Std XI
Sr. No Details of Examination Examination Pattern (Marks)
01 First Term Internal Assessment 25 Marks for each Subject
02 Term-End Examination 50 Marks for each Subject
03 Second Term Internal Assessment 25 Marks for each Subject
04 Annual Examination (End of Second Term) 100 Marks for each subject - Written Examination = 80 Marks Oral / Test / Practical =20 Marks
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Average score for each subject:

Average score for each subject:

(i.e. Out of 200)
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2
= Marks out of 100
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Compulsory Subjects : (Marks will be changed to Grades in the Final Result)

1. Environmental Science

2. Health and Physical Education

07 Environmental Science (No Written Term / Annual Examination)

[A] Assignment 10 marks

[B] Project 20 marks

[C] Oral Exam 20 marks

10 +20 +20 = 50

Note
  1. In order to pass Std XI, a student must obtain (a) minimum 35 average marks in EVERY subject; (b) a ‘pass’ grade in EVS and HPE, separately.
  2. The Average Score in each subject will be calculated as indicated above.
  3. Students MUST appear for all Oral/ Practical/Test and written examinations.
Admission Procedure

The Admission Procedure for Std. XI will be conducted according to the norms prescribed by DYDE (Deputy Director of Education) Pune

STD XII

Introduction

This is the second year of the +2 level which commences from Std XI. Students continue to receive the knowledge of Commerce subjects according to the curricula and syllabi prescribed by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.

Intake

960

Eligibility

Students may choose ONE of the following Groups. It may be noted that the courses of Group 'A' are taught in both English and Marathi. The courses of Group ‘B’are, however, taught only in English. Therefore, the courses of Group ‘B’ are not available to the Marathi Medium students.

Structure of Course

Students may choose ONE of the following Groups. It may be noted that the courses of Group 'A' are taught in both English and Marathi. The courses of Group ‘B’are, however, taught only in English. Therefore, the courses of Group ‘B’ are not available to the Marathi Medium students.

Group A
Distribution of Marks
Sr. No Subject Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
01 English 20 80
02 Environment Education & Water securities 20 30
03 Health & Physical Education(HPE) 25 25
04 Book Keeping and Accountancy 20 80
05 Organization of Commerce & Management 20 80
06 Economics 20 80
07 Optional subjects- I (Any One)
(a) Hindi 20 80
(b) Marathi 20 80
(c) French 20 80
(d) German 20 80
(e) Information Technology [IT] 20 80
08 Optional subjects- II (Any One)
(a) Secretarial Practice 20 80
(b) Mathematics 20 80
Group B
Distribution of Marks
Sr. No Subject Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
01 English 20 80
02 Environmental Science (EVS) 20 30
03 Health & Physical Education(HPE) 25 25
04 Book Keeping and Accountancy 20 80
05 Organization of Commerce & Management 20 80
06 Economics 20 80
07 Vocational Banking (Bio-Focal) Paper I 20 80
07 Vocational Banking (Bio-Focal) Paper II 20 80
Evaluation pattern for Std XII
Sr. No. First Term Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
01 Terminal Examination / Assignments ...... 50
Sr. No. First Term Oral / Test / Practical Theory / Written
01 Preliminary Examination 20 80
02 Final Examination - HSC Board 20 80
Note
  1. Submission of assignments/projects for EVS and Health and Physical Education is compulsory. In case of any lapse on the part of the student, the HSC Board may withhold the student’s final-result of Std XII.
  2. Students MUST appear for all Oral/ Practical/Test and written examinations.
Admission Procedure

The admission procedure for students from other colleges seeking admission to Std. XII will be governed by the norms prescribed by the DyDE, Pune, for such cases.

Important instructions for Std XI and Std XII

Please note that

  • 75% attendance for lectures and practical sessions in each term is compulsory.
  • Satisfactory completion of requirements under the schemes of Health and Physical Education (HPE) or National Cadet Corps (NCC) or National Service Scheme (NSS) is compulsory.
  • A student will not be allowed to appear for the HSC Board Examination unless he/she produces a certificate of satisfactory completion of work from the concerned Teacher-in-charge.
  • Students enrolling for the Marathi medium of instruction will be allowed to opt only for Marathi/Hindi as the second language.
  • Students opting for French or German must have secured minimum 60% marks in Std X.
  • Students opting for Information Technology must have secured minimum 65% marks in Std X and will be required to pay special fees. The number of seats available for this course is 60. Admission strictly as per Government norms
  • There are 50 seats for the Vocational Banking Course. Admission strictly as per Government norms.
  • Mathematics is offered to meritorious students only.