Admission is as per merit and other norms as laid down by the University, the Government or the Management, from time to time. The Principal reserves the right to amend/modify the guidelines regarding admissions, as and when such amendments/modifications are received from the Government/University or the Management, as the case may be. They will be a accordingly notified on the College Notice Board.

Admission in the above classes is subjected to the availability of seats.

A candidate seeking admission to the three year integrated course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Commerce or Science must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (SYJC) examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Pune, or an examination recognized as equivalent with subjects, as specified by the University, in Arts, Commerce or Science streams.

Student passing an examination equivalent to SYJC of the Higher Secondary Board, Pune & Intermediate (Arts/Commerce/Science) of University of Mumbai or from other States & immigrating from other Universities and Boards will be admitted to the F.Y.B. only on the production of the “Provisional Eligibility Certificate” issued by the University of Mumbai. Such students should submit migration certificate, statement of marks and passing certificate in Original along with true copies within two months from the date of admission Otherwise their admission is liable to be cancelled.

Students coming from other colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai will be admitted only provisionally on production of a “ No Objection Certificate” from the Principal of the college last attended. Their admission will be confirmed only on receipt of the Transference Certificate (T.C.) from their previous college. For this purpose, they should submit an application form along with T.C. fees to the college office at the time of admission.

A few seats may be available in certain subjects for the students from other colleges seeking admission to Second and Third year classes.