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J D Birla Institute

J D Birla Institute
Kolkata

Established : 1962
Type : Womens
President : --
Principal / Teacher-in-Charge : Dr. Deepali Singhee
Former Name : --
Location : Kolkata
Affiliation(s) : Jadavpur University
Category : Undergraduate & Postgraduate
Accreditation / Recognition : University Grants Commission (UGC)
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
Department(s) : Commerce & Science
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Undergraduate Courses


Science Courses

Subject Code Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
FSNM 101S Communication Skills & Personality Development Th 50
FSNM 102S Human Physiology Th 100
FSNM 103S Introduction to Food & Nutrition Th 50
FSNM 104S Food Chemistry Th 50
FSNM P105S Human Physiology Pr 50
FSNM P106S Food & Nutrition Pr 50
FSNM P107S Computer Fundamentals Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
FSNM 201 Public Health & Nutrition Th 50
FSNM 202 Nutritional Biochemistry Th 100
FSNM 203 Human Nutrition Th 50
FSNM 204 Maternal & Child Health Th 50
FSNM P205 Public Health & Nutrition Pr 50
FSNM P206 Nutritional Biochemistry Pr 50
FSNM P207 Maternal & Child Health Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
FSNM 301 Food Microbiology Th 100
FSNM 302 Food Quality & Analysis Th 50
FSNM 303 Family Meal Planning Th 50
FSNM 304 Business Mathematics & Statistics Th 50
FSNM P305 Industrial Management & Facility Planning Th 50
FSNM P306 Microbiology Pr 50
FSNM P307 Family Meal Planning Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
FSNM 401 Food Science Th 50
FSNM 402 Fundamentals of Bakery & Confectionery Th 50
FSNM 403 Food Preservation Th 100
FSNM 404 Food Science Pr 50
FSNM P405 Fundamentals of Bakery & Confectionery Pr 50
FSNM P406 Food Preservation Pr 50
FSNM P407 Food Quality & Analysis Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-V
FSNM 501S Ethics & Environmental Studies Th 50
FSNM 502 Dietetics-I Th 50
FSNM 503S Principles of Management Th 50
FSNM 504 Food Packaging & Marketing Management Th 50
FSNM P505 Food Processing Operations Th 50
FSNM P506 Dietetics-I Pr 50
FSNM P507 Food Designing & Product Development Pr 50
FSNM P508 Seminar Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-VI
FSNM 601 Dietetics-II Th 50
FSNM 602 Food Biotechnology Th 50
FSNM 603 Food Service Management Th 100
FSNM 604 Diet & Patient Counselling Th 50
FSNM P605 Dietetics-II Pr 50
FSNM P606 Food Service Management Pr 100
FSNM P607 Project/Term Paper Pr 50
FSNM P608 Internship Pr 50
Total 500
Grand Total Marks 2500
Subject Code Subject Th/ Pr Marks
Semester-I
TCFS 101S Communication Skills & Personality Development Th 50
TCFS 102S General Physical Science Th 50
TCFS 103S General Chemical Science Th 50
TCFS 104S Introduction to Textile Science Th 50
TCFS P105S Physical & Chemical Science Pr 50
TCFS P106S Fundamentals of Sewing & Children’s Clothing Pr 100
TCFS P107S Computer Fundamentals Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
TCFS 201 Fibre Science Th 50
TCFS 202 Yarn Manufacture Th 50
TCFS 203 Fabric Manufacture Th 50
TCFS 204 Historical Costumes Th 50
TCFS P205 Fabric Manufacture Pr 50
TCFS P206 Ornamentation of Textiles: Thread Work & Yarn Craft Pr 50
TCFS P207 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction Pr 100
Total 400
Semester-III
TCFS 301 Principles of Marketing Management Th 50
TCFS 302 Textile Preparatory Processing & Finishing Th 50
TCFS 303 Textiles Dyeing & Printing Th 50
TCFS 304 Traditional Textiles of India Th 50
TCFS P305 Textile Processing, Dyeing, Printing & Finishing Pr 100
TCFS P306 Basic Apparel Construction Pr 100
Total 400
Semester-IV
TCFS 401 Fashion Retail Marketing & Merchandising Th 50
TCFS 402 Textile Testing Th 50
TCFS 403 Non-Woven & Knitting Technology Th 50
TCFS 404 Garment Manufacturing Technology Th 50
TCFS P405 Textile & Garment Testing Pr 100
TCFS P406 Advanced Apparel Construction Pr 100
Total 400
Semester-V
TCFS 501S Ethics & Environmental Studies Th 50
TCFS 502S Visual Merchandising Th 50
TCFS P503 Pattern Making & Grading Pr 50
TCFS P504 Fundamentals of Textile Design Pr 100
TCFS P505 Computer Application in Graphic Designing Pr 50
TCFS P506 Fashion Forecast & Portfolio Pr 50
TCFS P507 Seminar Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-VI
TCFS 601 Environmental Science & Eco-Friendly Textiles Th 50
TCFS 602 Entrepreneurship Development & Basic Finance Th 100
TCFS 603 Inspection & Quality Control in Textiles & Apparel Manufacturing Industry Th 50
TCFS P604 Draping & Garment Construction Pr 100
TCFS P605 Computer Aided Designing Pr 50
TCFS P606 Fashion Illustration Pr 50
TCFS P607 Project/Term Paper Pr 50
TCFS P608 Internship Pr 50
Total 500
Grand Total Marks 2500
Subject Code Subject Th/ Pr Marks
Semester-I
ID 101S Communication Skills & Personality Development Th 50
ID 102S Building Materials Th 50
ID 103S Design Fundamentals Th 100
ID 104S Graphics & Basic Drawings Pr 50
ID P105S Design Fundamentals Pr 100
ID P106S Computer Fundamentals Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
ID 201 Principles of Architecture Th 50
ID 202 Residential Space Planning Th 50
ID 203 Interior Technology-I Th 50
ID 204 Furniture Designing & Furnishings Th 50
ID P205 Residential Space Design-I Pr 100
ID P206 Furniture Designing & Furnishings Pr 50
ID P207 Freehand & Measured Drawing Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
ID 301 Interior Technology-II Th 50
ID 302 Colour in Interiors Th 50
ID 303 Lighting in Interiors Th 50
ID P304 Residential Space Design-II Pr 100
ID P305 Working Drawings & Presentation Techniques Pr 100
ID P306 Computer Aided Design Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
ID 401 Commercial Space Design Th 50
ID 402 Building Services Th 100
ID 403 Estimation & Costing Th 50
ID P404 Commercial Space Design-I Pr 100
ID P405 Building Services Pr 50
ID P406 Computer- Corel Draw & Photoshop Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-V
ID 501S Ethics & Environmental Studies Th 50
ID 502 Interior Design for Special Needs Th 50
ID 503 Fundamentals of Real Estate Th 50
ID 504S Facility Management Th 50
ID 505 Landscape and Gardening Th 50
ID P506 Commercial Space Design-II Pr 100
ID P507 Seminar Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-VI
ID 601 Green & Energy Efficient Buildings Th 50
ID 602 Restoration & Renovation of Building Interiors Th 50
ID 603 Entrepreneurship Management Th 50
ID 604 Professional Practices Th 50
ID P605 Interior Design for Special Needs Pr 100
ID P606 Computers-3D MAX Pr 50
ID P607 Project/Term paper Pr 100
ID P608 Internship Pr 50
Total 500
Grand Total Marks 2500
Subject Code Subject Th/ Pr Marks
Semester-I
HD 101S Communication Skills & Personality Development Th 50
HD 102S Physiology-I Th 50
HD 103S Psychology-I Th 50
HD 104S Human Development-I Th 100
HD 105S Sociology Th 50
HD P106S Psychology-I Pr 50
HD P107S Computer Fundamentals Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
HD 201 Physiology-II Th 50
HD 202 Psychology-II Th 50
HD 203 Human Development-II Th 100
HD 204 Parenting Th 50
HD 205 Creativity Th 50
HD P206 Physiology Pr 50
HD P207 Psychology-II Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
HD 301 Human Development-III Th 100
HD 302 Methods of Child Study Th 50
HD 303 Family Stress & Crises Th 50
HD 304 Social Psychology Th 50
HD 305 Extension Education Th 50
HD P306 Teaching Learning Material Pr 50
HD P307 Extension Education Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
HD 401 Human Development-IV Th 100
HD 402 Maternal & Child Health Th 50
HD 403 Human Development & Organisational Behaviour Th 50
HD 404 Relationships & Family System Th 50
HD 405 Consumer Education & Family Finance Th 50
HD P406 Maternal & Child Health Pr 50
HD P407 Psychological Studies Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-V
HD 501S Ethics & Environmental Studies Th 50
HD 502 Theories of Human Development-I Th 50
HD 503 Child Welfare Th 50
HD 504 Human Exceptionality-I Th 100
HD 505 Guidance & Counselling Th 50
HD P506 Human Exceptionality Pr 50
HD P507 Seminar Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-VI
HD 601 Theories of Human Development-II Th 50
HD 602 Early Childhood Education Th 100
HD 603 Women & Society Th 50
HD 604 Nutrition for Differently Abled Th 50
HD 605 Curriculum Planning & School Organisation Th 50
HD 606 Human Exceptionality-II Th 50
HD P607 Early Childhood Education Pr 50
HD P608 Project/Term Paper Pr 50
HD P609 Internship Pr 50
Total 500
Grand Total Marks 2500

Commerce Courses

Subject Code Subject Credit Hours / week Type of Class Marks
Semester-I
Com / 1.1 Financial Accounting - I 2 Theory 50
Com / 1.2 Principles of Management 2 Theory 50
Com / 1.3 Business Mathematics & Statistics - I 2 Theory 50
Com / 1.4 Business Regulatory Framework 2 Theory 50
Com / 1.5 Environmental Studies 2 Theory 50
Semester-II
Com / 2.1 Financial Accounting - II 2 Theory 50
Com / 2.2 Functional Management 2 Theory 50
Com / 2.3 Business Mathematics & Statistics - II 2 Theory 50
Com / 2.4 Business Communication 2 Theory 50
Com / 2.5 IT & its Application in Business 2 Practical 50
Semester-III
Com / 3.1 Corporate Accounting-I 2 Theory 50
Com / 3.2 Cost & Management Accounting 2 Theory 50
Com / 3.3 Business Economics - Micro 2 Theory 50
Com / 3.4 Corporate Law 2 Theory 50
Com / 3.5 Auditing 2 Theory 50
Semester-IV
Com / 4.1 Corporate Accounting - II 2 Theory 50
Com / 4.2 Direct Tax 2 Theory 50
Com / 4.3 Business Economics - Macro 2 Theory 50
Com / 4.4 Entrepreneurship Development 2 Theory 50
Com / 4.5 - Pr Management Information System 2 Practical 50
Total 40   1000
Semester-V
Com / 5.1 Financial Management 2 Theory 50
Com / 5.2 Indirect Taxes 2 Theory 50
Specialization in Accounting & Finance
Com / AF / 5.3 Accounting Standard Framework 3 Theory 50
Com / AF / 5.4 Financial Statement Analysis 3 Theory 50
Com / AF / 5.5 Advanced Financial Management 3 Theory 50
Specialization in Marketing
Com / M / 5.3 Marketing Communication 3 Theory 50
Com / M / 5.4 Marketing of Services 3 Theory 50
Com / M / 5.5 International Marketing 3 Theory 50
Specialization in Banking & Insurance
Com / BI / 5.3 Indian Banking System 3 Theory 50
Com / BI / 5.4 Indian Insurance System 3 Theory 50
Com / BI / 5.5 Merchant Banking & Financial Services 3 Theory 50
Semester-VI
Com / 6.1 E-commerce 2 Theory 50
Com / 6.2 Seminar & Project 3 Practical 100
Specialization in Accounting & Finance
Com / AF / 6.3 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 3 Theory 50
Com / AF / 6.4 Financial Institutions & Markets 3 Theory 50
Specialization in Marketing
Com / M / 6.3 Rural Marketing 3 Theory 50
Com / M / 6.4 Distribution & Retailing 3 Theory 50
Specialization in Banking & Insurance
Com / BI / 6.3 Insurance Management 3 Theory 50
Com / BI / 6.4 Commercial Bank Management 3 Theory 50
Grand Total for Sem 5 and 6 24   500
Grand Total Marks 64   1500

Management Courses

Subject Code Subject Name
Semester-I
BBA 101 Language and Business Communication
BBA 102 Business Principles and Practice
BBA 103 Business Mathematics
BBA 104 Micro and Macro Economics
BBA 105 Business Accounting
BBA 106 Computer Organisation and Architecture
BBA 107 Sessionals Seminar & Quiz
BBA 108 Computer Fundamental Lab
Semester-II
BBA 201 Business Statistics
BBA 202 Business Costing
BBA 203 Behavioural Sciences and Organisational Behaviour
BBA 204 Business Law
BBA 205 Management of Human Values
BBA 206 Computer Programming and Application
BBA 207 Sessionals Seminar & Quiz
BBA 208 Computer Programming Lab
Semester-III
BBA 301 Company Law and Corporate Governance
BBA 302 Development Economics
BBA 303 Marketing Management
BBA 304 Quantitative Techniques in Management
BBA 305 Corporate Finance
BBA 306 Computer Networking and Security
BBA 307 Colloquium and term paper
BBA 308 Database Management Lab
Semester-IV
BBA 401 Operations Management
BBA 402 Personnel Management and Industrial Relations
BBA 403 Business Environment
BBA 404 Ecology and Environmental Management
BBA 405 Small Business Management
BBA 406 Entrepreneurship
BBA 407 Colloquium and Term Paper
BBA 408 Financial Accounting and Multimedia Lab
Semester-V
BBA 501 Project Management
BBA 502 Enterprise Resource Planning and Systems Management
BBA 503 International Business Management
BBA 504 Strategic Business Management
BBA 505 Human Resource Management
BBA 506 Total Quality Management
BBA 507 Colloquium and Term Paper
BBA 508 Project and Term Paper
Semester-VI
BBA 601 Business Information Systems
BBA 602 Corporate Ethics
BBA 605 Sessionals Seminar & Quiz
BBA 606 Project/Internship
BBA 607 Grand Viva Voce
Specialization (Finance)
BBA 603A Financial Management – Paper-I
BBA 604B Financial Management – Paper-II
Specialization (Marketing)
BBA 603C Marketing Management-Paper – I
BBA 604D Marketing Management-Paper – II


Postgraduate Courses


Science Courses

Subject Code Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
MHD 101 Statistics-I Th 50
MHD 102 Theories of Human Development Th 100
MHD 103 Family & Society Th 50
MHD P104 Community Development & Extension Services Pr 100
MHD P105 Creativity & Play Material Design Pr 50
MHD P106 Computer Application and Information Communication Technology Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
MHD 201 Statistics-II Th 50
MHD 202 Research Methodology Th 50
MHD 203 Advanced Study in Human Development Th 100
MHD P204 Early Childhood Care & Education Pr 100
MHD P205 Care of the Elderly Pr 50
MHD P206 Term Assignments Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
MHD 301 Mental Health in Developmental Perspective Th 100
MHD 302 Advanced Study in Human Exceptionality Th 50
MHD 303 Gender Equity & Human Rights Th 50
MHD P304 Human Exceptionality and Psychological Testing Pr 100
MHD P305 Field Visit & Seminar Pr 50
MHD P306 Minor Project Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
MHD 401 Guidance & Coping in Crises Th 50
MHD 402 Counseling & Therapy Th 100
MHD P403 Dissertation Pr 150
MHD P404 Internship Training Pr 100
Total 400
Grand Total Marks 1600
Subject Code Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
MFN 101 Statistics-I Th 50
MFN 102 Functional Foods Th 50
MFN 103 Food Toxicology Th 50
MFN 104 Nutritional Biochemistry Th 100
MFN P105 Nutritional Biochemistry Pr 100
MFN P106 Computer Application and Information Communication Technology Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
MFN 201 Statistics-II Th 50
MFN 202 Research Methodology Th 50
MFN 203 Clinical Nutrition Th 100
MFN P204 Clinical Nutrition Pr 100
MFN P205 Advanced Food Microbiology Pr 50
MFN P206 Term Assignments Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
MFN 301 Nutrition for Geriatrics Th 50
MFN 302 Food Technology Th 100
MFN P303 Quantity Food Production Pr 100
MFN P304 Public Health Nutrition Pr 50
MFN P305 Field Visit & Seminar Pr 50
MFN P306 Minor Project Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
MFN 401 Advanced Food Quality & Analysis (Th) Th 50
MFN P402 Advanced Food Quality & Analysis (Pr) Pr 100
MFN P403 Dissertation Pr 150
MFN P404 Internship Training Pr 100
Total 400
Grand Total Marks 1600
Subject Code Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
MTC 101 Statistics-I Th 50
MTC 102 Clothing Psychology & Fashion Concepts Th 50
MTC 103 Specialty Fibers & Technical Textiles Th 100
MTC P104 Pattern Making Pr 50
MTC P105 Craft Documentation & Product Development Pr 100
MTC P106 Computer Application and Information Communication Technology Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
MTC 201 Statistics-II Th 50
MTC 202 Research Methodology Th 50
MTC 203 Garment Manufacturing Technology Th 100
MTC P204 Garment Construction & Draping Pr 100
MTC P205 Fashion Illustration Pr 50
MTC P206 Term Assignments Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-III
MTC 301 Textile Chemical Processing Th 100
MTC 302 Fabric Design & Technical Fabrics Th 100
MTC P303 Textile Chemical Processing Pr 50
MTC P304 CAD in Textile & Fashion Designing Pr 50
MTC P305 Field Visit & Seminar Pr 50
MTC P306 Minor Project Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-IV
MTC 401 Entrepreneurship Development & Financial Management Th 100
MTC 402 Textile & Fashion Marketing & Regulatory Framework Th 50
MTC P403 Dissertation Pr 150
MTC P404 Internship Training Pr 100
Total 400
Grand Total Marks 1600

Commerce Courses

Subject Code Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
MCOMC 101 Mathematics and Statistics in Business Decisions Th 50
MCOMC 102 Organizational Behaviour Th 50
MCOMC 103 Management Information System and IT Applications Pr 100
MCOMC 104 Term Paper Pr 50
Total 250
Semester-II
MCOMC 201 Operation Research Th 50
MCOMC 202 Marketing Management Th 50
MCOMC 203 Managerial Economics and Indian Business Environment Th 100
MCOMC 204 Seminar Pr 50
Total 250
Semester-III
MCOME 301 Elective 1 Th 100
MCOME 302 Elective 2 Th 50
MCOME 303 Elective 3 Th 50
MCOMC 304 Corporate Environmental Management Th 50
MCOMC 305 Project I Pr 50
Total 300
Semester-IV
MCOME 401 Elective 4 Th 100
MCOME 402 Elective 5 Th 50
MCOME 403 Elective 6 Th 50
MCOMC 404 Internship (8 weeks) Pr 100
MCOMC 405 Project II & Viva Voce Pr 100
Total 400
Grand Total Marks 1200

Elective Groups:

The students have to select any one from the available groups (Accounting & Finance and Marketing) at the commencement of M.Com. Semester-III. Some important points relating to the selection are given below—
Notes:

  • The elective groups in the Semester IV will remain the same as the ones selected in Semester III.
  • Once a group has been selected, no change in selected groups will be allowed later.
  • While Group-A of the selected elective will be taught in Semester III, the Group-B of the selected elective will be taught in Semester IV.

List of Elective Groups

Accounting & Finance Marketing
Group A: Group A:
MCOME 301/A Corporate Financial Accounting and Auditing (100) MCOME 301/M Sales and Distribution Management (100)
MCOME 302/A Financial Management and Financial Engineering (50) MCOME 302/M Rural Marketing (50)
MCOME 303/A Advanced Cost and Management Accounting (50) MCOME 303/M Integrated Marketing Communication (50)
 
Group B: Group B:
MCOME 401/A Taxation and Tax Planning (100) MCOME 401/M Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research (100)
MCOME 402/A Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (50) MCOME 402/M Services Marketing (50)
MCOME 403/A International Finance (50) MCOME 403/M Supply Chain Management (50)


Postgraduate Diploma Courses

Subject Th./Pr. Marks
Semester-I
Physiology Th 100
Nutritional Biochemistry Th 100
Normal Nutrition & Diet Therapy - I Th 50
Nutritional Biochemistry Pr 50
Clinical Nutrition - I Pr 50
Field Visit & Seminar Pr 50
Total 400
Semester-II
Food Service Management Th 50
Normal Nutrition & Diet Therapy - II Th 50
Food Service Management Pr 50
Clinical Nutrition - II Pr 50
Case Study Presentation Pr 100
Internship Training Pr 100
Total 400
Grand Total Marks 1600


Short Term Courses

Sl.No. Course Content
1. Child Psychology
The course will help the adult to perceive the child as the builder mankind. The adult will be made conscious of the laws that govern fundamental development of the child from birth to 6 years of age.
2. Theory will deal with the following:
  • Origin and development of Montessori method
  • Role and development of Montessori method
The functions of the prepared environment and that of the means of development
3. Practical Demonstrations of the presentation of the Montessori apparatus offered to the child. The means of development will be divided into the following 4 groups:
  • Exercises of practical life
  • Sensorial
  • Language
  • Arithmetic
A working knowledge of computer fundamentals will be included in the course, the objective being to make the child user friendly with the computer & its application in day-to-day life.
4. Rhyme & Rhythm
5. Story Telling
6. Geometry
7. Biology
8. Cultural Activities
9. Art & Craft
10. Students will be sent for Practical training for a month which is mandatory.

Department of Science

Admission Procedure

  • The Admission process starts immediately after the declaration of Class-XII results of major national Boards recognized by Jadavpur University.
  • A student who is selected for enrolment in a particular course offered by the College will have to complete admission procedures and get herself registered within the notified time period.
  • Application forms are non-transferable
  • Form must be collected in the name of the Applicant Only
  • Cost of the Application Form is Rs. 800/- only. Online applicants can pay the money through Net Banking, Debit Card, or Credit Card
  • At the time of submission please verify that the Applicant's name is same as provided in our record during collection of the form or else the candidature will be considered as cancelled through submitted
  • Forms should be complete in all respect with colored passport size photo pasted firmly on appropriate boxes
  • Application for admission has to be made on the prescribed form obtained from the office of the Institute, on the designated days (Monday to Friday between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm) only.
  • Students may also apply online.

Eligibility

  • Only female candidates are eligible for admission to the Science graduate and post-graduate courses.
  • Candidates enrolling for various courses at JDBI must have good knowledge of the English Language.
  • A student seeking admission to three year B.Sc (Hons.) in Food Science & Nutrition Management / Textile Science, Clothing & Fashion Studies / Interior Designing / Human Development of the Institute must have passed the 10+2 examination of any recognized Board / Council recognized by Jadavpur University in four recognized subjects of which at least one is English and securing at least 50% marks in the aggregate. Further, the student must have passed Science and Mathematics at the Class 10 examination of any Board / Council recognized by Jadavpur University.

Selection Procedure

  • Eligible candidates for B.Sc courses would be short-listed based on the following three criterias:
    Criteria Weightage (%)
    Academic Performance (marks obtained in the Class XII examination) 65
    a) Marks Obtained
    Above 90% = 50
    89% to 75% = 40
    74% to 65% = 30
    64% to 55% = 20
    Below 55% and till 50% = 10
    Below 50% = 0
    50
    b) Having Science (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics/ Biology) Background in Class X
    6
    c) Having Science (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics/ Biology) Background in
    Class XII
    9
    Personal Interview 25
    Awards Won / Participation in Extra Curricular Activities * 5
    Special Training in Languages / Dance / Music / Sports / Painting or Art / Others * 5
    * Candidates would have to submit attested certificates proving the same
    Total 100
  • Students have to appear for a personal interview after attending a counseling session organized by the college, only on the date specified.
  • Short-listed candidates will have to pay the fees within 24 hours of the merit list being put up or else the seat will be given to the candidate next on the merit list.


Department of Commerce

Admission Procedure

  • The Admission process starts immediately after the declaration of Class-XII results of major national Boards recognized by Jadavpur University.
  • A student who is selected for enrolment in a particular course offered by the College will have to complete admission procedures and get herself registered within the notified time period.
  • Application forms are non-transferable
  • Form must be collected in the name of the Applicant Only
  • Cost of the Application Form is Rs. 800/- only. Online applicants can pay the money through Net Banking, Debit Card, or Credit Card
  • At the time of submission please verify that the Applicant's name is same as provided in our record during collection of the form or else the candidature will be considered as cancelled through submitted
  • Forms should be complete in all respect with colored passport size photo pasted firmly on appropriate boxes
  • Application for admission has to be made on the prescribed form obtained from the office of the Institute, on the designated days (Monday to Friday between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm) only.
  • Students may also apply online.

Eligibility

  • Only female candidates are eligible for admission to the Commerce graduate courses.
  • Candidates enrolling for various courses at JDBI must have good knowledge of the English Language.
  • A candidate seeking admission to three year B.Com (Hons.) course of the Institute must have passed Class-XII examination of any recognized Board / Council recognized by Jadavpur University with a combination of four recognized subjects of which at least one is English and securing at least 55% marks in the aggregate.

Selection Procedure

  • Eligible candidates would be short-listed on the following criteria BCom (Hons.) Course:
    Criteria Weightage (%)
    Academic Performance  
    a) Marks obtained at the Class-XII board examination (taking best of four from the first four / five core subjects of which at least one should be English and excluding compulsory EVS and other vernacular subjects)
    70% **
    b) Marks obtained at the Class-X board examination
    20
    Awards Won / Participation in Extra Curricular Activities * 5
    Special Training in Language / Dance / Music / Any Sports / Painting or Art / Others * 5
    * Candidates would have to submit attested certificates proving the same
    Total 100

    ** To maintain parity among the results of different boards (West Bengal Board, ISC, CBSE and others), a percentile system should be introduced while calculating the Class-XII and Class-X results; this means that the highest score obtained by a candidate in the concerned board from among the applications received by the college, will be considered while computing the percentile of marks for all the candidates from that board.

  • Short-listed candidates will have to pay the fees within 24 hours of the merit list being put up or else the seat will be given to the candidate next on the merit list

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Student Support & Facilities

  • »  Student’s Administrative Body (SAB)
    The SAB is formed by elected members from among students to represent them for activities in the institution as well as outside. The general aim of the body is to provide & coordinate a wide range of facilities, support and services to students at the same time safeguarding the values and prestige of the Institution. It comprises in total of about 43 members from both the departments.
  • »  Students Grievance Cell
    The college has a Grievance Redressal Cell to redress the grievance of its stakeholders. The students approach the cell to voice their grievances regarding academic matters health services, library and other services. A Student may send her grievance to the Principal over email (deepalisingheejdbi@gamil.com) or put the note in the Grievance box located near the Principal's office. The cell redresses the grievances by sorting out the problems promptly and judiciously.
  • »  Merit-Cum-Means Freeship
    Freeship is granted by the Management based on merit and financial status of the students. Freeship may also be granted to students with proven record of representing the State / Country in any co-curricular or extra-curricular activities.

    To avail of this facility, students should fill the prescribed form available at the college office and submit the same to the Principal’s office at least two months before the commencement of the next semester along with the required documents.
  • »  Bridge & Remedial Courses

    Science Courses : Bridge and remedial course/s in Physics, Chemistry and Physiology are conducted in the 1st semester for students who have not studied these subjects at the Std XII level. Student enrolled have to successfully complete the course and clear the internal exam held.

    Commerce Courses : Bridge and remedial course/s in Accountancy and Mathematics are conducted in the 1st semester for students who have not studied these subjects at the Std XII level. Student enrolled have to successfully complete the course and clear the internal exam held.

    Remedial coaching is also provided to the slow learners.
  • »  Personality Development & Soft Skill Training
    Success in professional and personal life is determined by one's ability to communicate effectively with others. 'Social intelligence', or the ability to interact, converse, negotiate with, and persuade others, is highly paid and respected form of skill one can have, and this can be developed.

    All of us can learn to be a warm, friendly, likeable and charming individual just by practicing some of the communication methods and techniques used by the most influential and effective people in our world today.
  • »  Psychological Counseling
    Services of a trained counselor is available five times a week at the college premises to help students in distress. The confidentiality of each student is valued and maintained and personalized sessions are conducted in a scheduled and tranquil environment.
    Mondays to Saturdays: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
  • »  Accidental Insurance
    JDBI students are covered by an accidental insurance benefit during the period of their studentship for any accident that may occur in course of and out of their studentship.
  • »  The Campus

    JDBI has an impressive campus with all support facilities that cater to the academic and physical requirements of its students including:
    • Spacious, sound-proof and air-conditioned classrooms equipped with LCD and microphones.
    • WiFi campus
    • 250-seater auditorium, a special 200-seater lecture room and another audio-visual room for college seminars and special lectures
    • State-of-the-art computer laboratories with LAN connectivity and 24 hour internet access.
    • A common area for students' recreation and relaxation.
    • A new state-of-the art cafeteria providing affordable and hygienic vegetarian food.
    • A playground (Badminton) and indoor games facility (carom, chess).
    • In-house health center for first aid equipped with necessary medi-care equipments and manned by a full-time trained nurse.
    • Complete fire-equipment and electronic fire alarm system.
    • Security controlled gates and CCTV surveillance to ensure the safety of students and staff.

J. D. Birla Institute, Kolkata is a private unaided college affiliated to Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

The late Sushila Devi Birla, wife of eminent industrialist late L. N. Birla established a college for girls in her mother-in-law’s name in June 1962. The college was named Smt. Jawahari Devi Birla Institute of Home Science and it filled a much felt gap in the scientific education of young women from Kolkata's conservative families.

Over four decades, the Institute has grown with the needs and demands of the changing times. A Department of Commerce was added in 1997 in tune with the shifting zeitgeist; a satellite campus was started in 2002 to house the co-educational Department of Management. At this time, the name of the institution was simplified to J. D. Birla Institute. In the year 2009, four new professionally oriented under-graduate courses were introduced apart from two new post-graduate courses. Today, the Institute provides both graduate and post-graduate degrees.

The Institute and all its departments are affiliated to Jadavpur University, a world-renowned Centre of Excellence with an A grade rating (CGPA of 3.61) from NAAC. The courses offered by the Institute are exclusive and no other Jadavpur University affiliate can offer the B.Sc (Honours), B.Com (Honours) and BBA (Honours) courses that are conducted at the Institute's two premises.

The college has been awarded the ‘College to look out for’ and the ‘Best Maintained College’ by the Lions Club of Calcutta.







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