Best 4 Percentage Calculator for B. Com. (Hons.)*
How to use the Calculator
STEP 1. Answer eligibility questions
STEP 2. Select FOUR subjects from the lists of subjects & provide their marks in theory and practical(if any)
    STEP 2.1 Select ONLY ONE subject from Language Subjects
    STEP 2.2 Select remaining THREE subjects from lists of Core, Additional and Other subjects.
    STEP 2.3 Click "Compute Best 4 Score" button given on the right.
STEP1:- Answer eligibility questions
1. Have you studied English or Hindi in class 12th?
2. Have you PASSED Mathematics or Business Mathematics subject in class 12th?

STEP2:- Select Four Subjects
     Select Subject Theory
Marks
Theory
Max Marks
Practical
Marks
Practical
Max Marks
STEP 2.1 - Select ONLY ONE subject from the list of language subjects
List of Language Subjects (Also known as Part 1 of List C1)
Hindi
English
STEP 2.2 - Select any three subjects from the following lists
List of Core Subjects (Also known as Part 2 of List C1) (Attract NO Panelty)
Accountancy
Business Studies/ Commerce
Economics
Mathematics
List of Additional Subjects (Attract 1% Panelty per subject in the end) (Also known as List C2)
Biology/Biotechnology
Botany
Business Mathematics
Chemistry
Computer Science/Informatics Practice
Geography
Geology
History
Home Science
Legal Studies
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology
List of Other Subjects (Attract 2.5% Panelty per subject in the end)
Other Subject 1
Other Subject 2
Other Subject 3

Eligibility Status
Prorata Percentage
Deduction for additional subjects
Deduction for other subjects
Your final Best 4 Score




*Rules of Calcuations
  • A student is not eligible for admission to B.Com. (Hons.), if
    • student has not studied Hindi or English in 12th class
    • student has not studied Hindi or English in 12th class
  • Prorata percentage is computed if the theory component is less than 70%. The score are prorated for 70% theory and 30% practical component
  • Deductions are done as under
    • 1% towards final percentage, if a subject is included from list of additional subjects
    • 2.5% towards final percentage, if a subject is included from the list of other subjects
    • 5% towards final percentage, if the total of earlier deductions is more than 5%
*Disclamer:
This tool is just to help you compute your final percentage on the basis of the four subjects selected by you.
You are suggested to pick the appropriate combination of subjects which leads to the highest best-four score.
The college is not responsible for any errors in this tool.