The term Honours degree has different meanings for different degrees. Most commonly it is an award in connection with undergraduate bachelor's degree variations. For example, in the United States, the four-year Honors bachelor's degree or in the United Kingdom, the three-year Bachelor (with) Honours degree (four years in Scotland), is sometimes indicated by "(Hons)" after the degree abbreviation. It also refers to the rare "postgraduate" consecutive bachelor's degree With Honours or Baccalaureatus Cum Honore degree with the requirement to first complete a bachelor's degree. In Canada it is abbreviated either "BA hon." or "BSc hon
ELIGIBILITY FOR B.B.A./ B.A.(HONS.)
Candidates passed in 12 level board or equivalent exam with a minimum of 40% marks.