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Hooghly Mohsin College

Hooghly Mohsin College
Hooghly

Established : 1836
Type : Co-Educational
President : --
Principal / Teacher-in-Charge : Dr. Tapan Karpha
Former Name : Hooghly Mohsin College
Location : Hooghly
Affiliation(s) : University of Burdwan
Category : Under Graduate & Post Graduate
Accreditation / Recognition : National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
Department(s) : Arts Commerce & Science


Undergraduate Courses

STREAMS COURSES Number of Seats SECTION
ARTS HONOURS Bengali 35 DAY
Economics 20
English 35
History 35
Philosophy 35
Political Science 35
Sanskrit 35
Urdu 35
ARTS GENERAL B.A. General 350 MORNING
 
SCIENCE HONOURS Botany 25 DAY
Chemistry 25
Economics 05
Geology 15
Mathematics 30
Physics 25
Physiology 25
Zoology 18
SCIENCE GENERAL Bio-Science 30 DAY
Pure Science 35 DAY
 
COMMERCE HONOURS Accountancy 40 EVENING
COMMERCE GENERAL B.Com General 65
 
LAW 3 Years LL. B. 80 EVENING

Note: Seat reservation in all the above cases:
Scheduled Caste – 22%, Scheduled Tribe – 6%, Physically Handicapped – 3%

Combinations Subjects In Undergraduate Courses

Arts Honours Subject
Combination Subjects (any two, one from each group)
Group – 1 Group – 2 Group – 3
BENGALI English, Hindi, Urdu Pol. Science, Philosophy, Economics History, Sanskrit
ECONOMICS Mathematics Pol. Science, Philosophy History, Sanskrit
ENGLISH Bengali, Hindi, Urdu Pol. Science, Philosophy, Economics History, Sanskrit
HISTORY Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu Pol. Science, Philosophy, Economics Sanskrit
PHILOSOPHY Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu Pol. Science, Economics History, Sanskrit
POL. SCIENCE Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu Philosophy, Economics History, Sanskrit
SANSKRIT Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu Pol. Science, Philosophy, Economics History
URDU Bengali, English, Hindi, Pol. Science, Philosophy, Economics History, Sanskrit
Science Honours Subject Combination Subjects
BOTANY Chemistry Zoology / Physiology
CHEMISTRY Mathematics Physics
ECONOMICS Mathematics Physics
GEOLOGY Mathematics Physics / Chemistry
MATHEMATICS Chemistry Physics
PHYSICS Mathematics Chemistry
PHYSIOLOGY Chemistry Botany / Zoology
ZOOLOGY Chemistry Botany / Physiology
Commerce Honours Subject Combination Subjects (any two)
ACCOUNTANCY Economic Principles and Indian Economic Problems, Management Theory and Practice,
Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication, Business Laws, Business
Economics, Mathematics and Statistics

THREE YEAR (HONOURS / GENERAL) DEGREE COURSE

GENERAL Elective Subjects
B. Sc. (Pure) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B. Sc. (Bio) Botany, Zoology, Physiology
B. A (one subject from each group)
Group-1: Group-2: Group-3:
Bengali, Hindi, English, Urdu Political Science, Economics, Philosophy History, Sanskrit

This course is meant for those who have passed the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or an equivalent examination. Candidates fulfilling the following marks criteria may apply for admission provided they have passed the H.S. or equivalent examination in 2012 and 2011.
5% marks will be deducted from the grand total/aggregate of candidates who have passed H.S. or equivalent examination in 2011.

Streams Subjects Minimum Eligibility Criteria for General category & PH category candidates PLEASE NOTE
B.A. Honours Bengali / English / Sanskrit Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & 70% marks in subject
  • Relaxation of marks for SC & ST : 10% less thsn the General category candidates
  • SC & ST candidates should not get less than 25 of candidates last admitted in General category
  • No relaxation of marks os allowed for PH candidates
Pol. Science / Philosophy / History Minimum 60% marks in aggregate & subject
Urdu Minimum 50% marks in aggregate & subject
Economics Minimum 55% marks in aggregate & subject
B.Sc. Honours Physics Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & subject with 60% marks in Mathematics
Chemistry Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & subject with 55% marks in Mathematics
Mathematics Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & subject
Zoology / Botany / Physiology Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & subject with pass marks in Chemistry
Economics Minimum 60% marks in aggregate & subject with 50% marks in Mathematics
Geology Minimum 65% marks in aggregate with an average of 60% in elective subjects, with atleast 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics / Chemestry.
B.Com. Honours Accountancy Minimum 65% marks in aggregate & 60% marks in subject
OR
Minimum 55% marks in aggregate & 60% marks in Mathematics
(for candidates coming from science stream)
General B.A. Minimum 45% marks in aggregate
B.Sc. Pure Minimum 55% marks in aggregate with Physics, Chemestry & Mathematics
B.Sc. Bio Minimum 55% marks in aggregate with Biology
B.Com. Minimum 50% marks in aggregate

TWO–YEAR POST GRADUATE DEGREE COURS
This course is meant for those who have passed the Three - Years (Honours) Degree Course with Honours in the respestive subjects from any recognised University. Selection of the candidates for addmission of college is controlled by the University of Burdwan.

THREE – YEAR LL.B. COURSE
A candidate seeking admission to the preliminary LL.B. course must have obtained at least 45% marks in a Bachelor's Degree course of not less than three years' duration in Arts / Science / Commerce / Medicine / Engineering. Students are admitted on the basis of an admission test conducted by the University of Burdwans.

Instruction for Filling up the Application Form

  • One applicant can fill up a maximum of three forms (two for Honours subjects and one for General Course, supplied wit each prospectus) on the basis of minimum marks (subject wise) mentioned in the College Prospectus. Each Application should accompany a set of attested copies of relevant documents.
  • Applicants are also required to return the form or forms over the counter with the indication of “X” in case those are not filled in on account of either lack of qualifying marks or absence of interest in the subject other than the one for which one has exercised option.
  • On the RECEIPT the candidate should clearly mention his/her name, and the subjects and categories of forms in which he/she has applied.
  • For Downloaded Forms Original Mark sheet & Admit Card must be produced at the time of submission.

CALCULATION OF AGGREGATE

Following instruction issued by the University of Burdwan vide Circular No. RC/PERM/ ADM/539 dated 08.05.07, the formula for calculation of aggregate for admission to the 1st year courses at UG level (Session 2012-2013) will be:

Aggregate = Language 1 + Language 2 + Sum of best 3 electives out of 4

  • Marks secured by WBCHSE candidates in Environmental Studies will not be counted for calculating aggregate. However, marks secured in Environmental Studies by non-WBCHSE candidates may be counted for calculating aggregate if that marks comes within the best three Electives.
  • If there is just one language, aggregate will have to be calculated with the single language and four best Electives. If there are only four Electives apart from the language, all the Four Electives should be considered for calculating aggregate.
  • Candidates who have passed (10+2) Final Examination conducted by NOS/ IGNOU/ Rabindra Mukta Vidayalaya/NETAJI SUBHAS OPEN UNIVERSITY with at least five subjects of 100 marks each including at least one language subject (English or Bengali) and three conventional subjects will be considered for admission in the 1st year if found eligible.

  • 5% marks has to be deducted from the aggregate & subject for the candidates of previous year (passed in the year 2011). No candidate prior to 2011 will be entertained.

  • In case of the candidates who passed HS Examination (Old Pattern/Old–Syllabus of WBCHSE) in 2012, aggregate calculation should be made by taking marks obtained in two language subjects and best of the three elective subjects out of four subjects (including additional subject). This aggregate has to be converted to 500 from 1000 and the subject marks has to be converted to 100 from 200.

CALCULATION OF GRAND TOTAL FOR HONOURS SUBJECTS

  • Grand Total can be obtained by adding the Aggregate with the score of the opted subject in which the applicant is willing to get admission as Honours Subject (Except Geology)..

  • For Geology Honours,, Grand total can be calculated by adding the Aggregate,, Marks scored in Mathematics and Marks scored in best 2 electives (excluding languages and mathematics)..
Fees to be paid at the time of admission B.A. B.Com. B.Sc.
Honours General Honours General Honours General
ADMISSION FEE 75.00 50.00 85.00 60.00 110.00 85.00
TUTION FEE (PER MONTH) 75.00 50.00 85.00 60.00 110.00 85.00
REGISTRATION FEE
(FOR NON - MIGRATING STUDENTS)
50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00
REGISTRATION & MIGRATION FEE
(FOR MIGRATING STUDENTS)
110.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 110.00
EXAMINATION FEE 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
SESSIONAL FEE 95.00 95.00 95.00 95.00 95.00 95.00
CAUTION MONEY 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00
STUDENTS' HEALTH HOME 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT FEE 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00
UNIVERSITY SPORTS FEE 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00
Fees to be paid at the time of admission M.A. M.Sc. M.Com.
ADMISSION FEE      
TUTION FEE (PER MONTH) 125.00 160.00 125.00
REGISTRATION FEE
(FOR NON - MIGRATING STUDENTS)
125.00 160.00 125.00
REGISTRATION & MIGRATION FEE
(FOR MIGRATING STUDENTS)
NIL NIL NIL
EXAMINATION FEE 1.00 1.00 1.00
SESSIONAL FEE 95.00 95.00 95.00
CAUTION MONEY 10.00 40.00 10.00
STUDENTS' HEALTH HOME 10.00 10.00 10.00
UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT FEE NIL NIL NIL
UNIVERSITY SPORTS FEE 20.00 20.00 20.00

LL. B. COURSE

Fees to be paid at the time of admission PRELIMINARY INTER FINAL
ADMISSION FEE 100.00 NIL NIL
ADVANCED TUTION FEES 1100.00 1100.00 1100.00
TUTION FEE (CURRENT) 100.00 100.00 100.00
SEMINAR FEE 10.00 10.00 10.00
EXAMINATION FEE 1.00 1.00 1.00
SESSIONAL FEE 45.00 45.00 45.00
CAUTION MONEY 20.00 NIL NIL
STUDENTS' HEALTH HOME 10.00 10.00 10.00
UNIVERSITY SPORTS FEE 20.00 NIL NIL
Students opting for subjects wherein fieldwork is mandatory (such as Geology, Zoology, Botany, etc.) will have to compulsorily attend Government approved field trips in their own expenses. Guardians of those students should give a declaration (in prescribed format, supplied by the College) stating that all responsibilities in such fieldtrips will be on the student and not on the concerned teachers/ departments/college authorities.

FEES TO BE PAID AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION

  NON-MIGRATING MIGRATING
B.A. Hons Rs. 526.00 Rs. 586.00
B.A. General Rs. 426.00 Rs. 486.00
B.Com. Hons Rs. 566.00 Rs. 626.00
B.Com. General Rs. 466.00 Rs. 526.00
B.Sc. Hons Rs. 681.00 Rs. 741.00
B.Sc. General Rs. 581.00 Rs. 641.00
  • Laboratories

  • Separate laboratory for each Science Department.

  • Library and related Facilities

  • There are separate departmental libraries for each subject other than central Library along with facilities of Xerox, internet, book bank, reading room etc.

  • Physical Education Facilities

  • The college has got a well equipped department dedicated to Sports & Physical Education.
    a)Total Play Ground Area - 101846 sqft.
    b) Provisions made for
    Major games - Football, Cricket, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton
    Minor games - Khokho, Kabadi, Athletics
    Indoor games - Table Tennis, Carrom, Chess.

  • Hostel Facilities

  • Two Hostels with the capacity of 69 students;
    Kanailal Dutta Hostel, with the capacity of accommodating 53 students,
    Zachariah Hostel, with the capacity of accommodating 16 students.

  • Health

  • Treatment facilities in District Govt. Hospital.

  • Counselling & Placement Cell

  • Personalized attention and helping students find future openings.

  • Grievance Redressal Cell

  • Complaints and suggestions in public interest regarding the College.

  • Guardians-Teachers Meet

  • Conducted in the middle of each session for monitoring students' attendance and performance.

  • Other Facilities

  • Other facilities include Canteen, Cheap Store etc.

Hooghly Mohsin College started its journey for excellence in higher education in 1836. The history of this college warrants the hope and mission of continuing to spread modern, western as well as oriental education and inculcate humane values amongst the students. To match with its mission, since the very beginning the institution has been emphasizing the quality of education imparted and the elegance and excellence of teaching style. Though Western education had received importance in the past yet indigenous traditions and values were not neglected even then. Consequently, students of New Hooghly Mohsin College made significant contributions to academic excellence as well as to the cause of social needs of the country. In fact, the larger social context was never lost sight of. This is borne out by the involvement and participation of the students and teachers of this college in revolutionary and social activities for national independence and regeneration. The college authority under the direct control of Colonial Government could not cramp or limit the spirit of enquiry and freedom among the students and teachers. Thus the college, since, its origin, has emerged as a centre of excellence as well as of social indicator to inculcate noble social values and spiritual aspirations.

The involvement of the students of the college in the larger social milieu comes out very well in the pages of history of Hooghly College, 1836 - 1936 written by Dr. Kuruvilla Zachariah. In every walk of social life the students of this institution have been taking leading role and creating positive impression through time. The college aims at achieving its mission of academic excellence and value-oriented education as a government-run-institution. After independence, the college has been seeking to serve the cause of higher education in the greater national context. It has always reviewed, redefined and modified its mission and role to keep pace with the changing social and national imperatives. Quite a few new disciplines of studies, for example, have been introduced after the independence. The introduction of full-fledged post-graduates courses in a number of subjects in the recent past amply proves this positive mission of the college - a mission which upholds heritage and tradition with modernity.







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