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Krishnagar Government College

Krishnagar Government College
Nadia

Established : 1st January 1846
Type : Co-Educational
President : --
Principal / Teacher-in-Charge : Dr. Jayshree Roy Chowdhary
Former Name : Krishnagar Government College
Location : Nadia
Affiliation(s) : University of Kalyani
Category : Under Graduate & Post Graduate
Accreditation / Recognition : University Grants Commission (UGC) & National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
Department(s) : Arts & Science


Subjects Offered

  • B.A. General and Honours
  • B.Sc. General and Honours
  • M.A. Philosophy and Bengali
  • M.Sc. Geography
B.A. General
(Any three of the following optional Subjects) English / Sanskrit
Economics / Philosophy
Bengali / Political Science
History
B.A. Honours
Honours Subjects : Optional General Subjects :
Bengali Philosophy or Economics
English or Political Science
History
English Philosophy or Economics
Bengali
History
Sanskrit Philosophy or Economics
Bengali
History
Philosophy Bengali
English or Sanskrit or Political Science
History
History Bengali
English or Sanskrit or Political Science
Economics or Philosophy
Political Science Bengali
English or Sanskrit
History
Economics or Philosophy
Economics Mathematics (Compulsory)
Political Science
English or Sanskrit
B.Sc. General
(Any one of the following combinations of Subject has to be selected) Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics (Pure Science)
Zoology, Botany, Physiology or Chemistry (Bio - Science)
B.Sc. Honours
Honours Subjects : Optional General Subjects :
Physics Mathematics
Chemistry or Statistics
Chemistry Mathematics
Physics
Mathematics Physics
Chemistry or Statistics
Zoology Botany
Chemistry or Physiology
Botany Zoology
Chemistry or Physiology
Physiology Zoology
Chemistry or Botany
Geography Mathematics
Statistics
Political Science
Economics

Admission Procedures

Eligibility Crieteria for Admission to Honours Course in the 1st Year

  • Subject : Bengali, English, History, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Political Science, Geography
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the selected subjects): 50% (general Category) & 45% (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes)

  • Subject : Physics, Chemistry
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the selected subjects): 50%; pass marks in Mathematics in the Higher Secondary examinations

  • Subject : Botany, Zoology, Physiology
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the selected subjects): 50%; pass marks in Chemistry in the Higher Secondary examinations

  • Subject : Economics
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%
    Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the selected subjects): The candidate should have acquired pass marks in Mathematics / Business Mathematics in the Higher Secondary examinations

Eligibility Crieteria for Admission to General Courses in the 1st Year

  • Subject : Humanities (Arts)
    Category : General (Pass Course)
    Aggregate Marks : 400

  • Subject : Science
    Category : General (Pass Course)
    Aggregate Marks : 400 Student belonging to the Scheduled Tribes only need to have passed in the Higher Secondary examination.
    Percentage of the seat will be reserved in accordance with the government regulation for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / Physically Handicaped categories, or comming from board other than the West Bengal Council for Higher Secondary Education.
    Percentage of seats reserved
    Scheduled Castes : 22%
    Scheduled Tribes : 6%
    Physically Handicaped :3%
    Others Boards : 10%
    • Students who have passed their Higher Secondary or its equivalent examination earlier than the current year will have 2% of their aggregate marks deducted for each year that they have lost.

    • Students will be admitted to the Honours course through counseling.

    • If, after the first counseling, seats are still find vacantin any of the subjects, the college shall inform the candidates of the next round of admission through a notice on the college notice board

    • It is mandatory for the candidates to be present on the day of admission

    • The candidates will have to get themselves admitted on the day of the counseling itself, after paying the stipulated admission fees.

General Information Related to Admission of Students to the First Year

  • Notification regarding the sale of admission forms is issued within one week from the decleration of result of the Higher Secondary Examination

  • A candidate has to choose the subjects only from the subjects - combinations offered by the college.

  • Candidates who had passed the Higher Secondary examination in the P-Division are admitted only to the General course.

  • At the time of admission, a transfer certificate from the previous institution has to be submitted.

  • If a candidate seeks transfer certificate at a date later than that specified by the university, he will have to obtain a Regiseteration transfer certificate from the previous institution.

  • For admission to the college, a candidate has to apply on the form specified to this purpose.

  • The name of the candidate selected for the admission to this college are displayed on the college notice board.

  • Preference is generally given to the candidates who passed the Higher Secondary Examination in the current academic year.

  • Candidates whose place of residence is outside should have a local guardian.

  • Hostels Facilities are available for candidates whose place of residence is outside KrishNager.

  • Students taking admission to this college are required to have passed in Englishin their previous examination.

  • If a student from another board or university is selected for addmission to this college, he should obtain a migration certificate from his previous board or university by the time of admission.

  • The decisions of the Admision Sub-Committee regarding all the matters related to admission are final and binding.

  • Admission is liable to br cancelled if it is detected at any time that incorrect information has been provided in the admission form.

The candidates who are selected for admission have to produce the following documents at the time of the admission:

  • The Marksheet of the Higher Secondary or its Equivalent Examination.

  • The admit card of the Madhyamik (school-leaving secondary) examination containing the candidates date of birth.

  • One passport-size photograph.

  • Caste certificate (applicable only to candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes)

  • Document certifying physical handicap (only in case of physicall handicaped candidates)

Notes

  • For admission to the B.Sc. (Pure Science) Course a Candidate has to pass in the following subjects in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in his Higher Secondary or its equivalent examination

  • For admission to the Honours Course in any of the Bio - Science subjects a candidate has to pass in his Higher Secondary or its equivalent examination

  • A candidate who wish to take Mathematics as his honours subjects should have passed in mathematics in the Higher Secondary or its equivalent examination

  • In the B.A. / B.Sc. (Honours / General) Part-1 course, students shall have to study English and Bengali / Alternative English as their compulsory language subject, In addition to having to take up Environmental Studies.

Student Intake Capacity

B.A. Honours
Bengali 60
English 60
Sanskrit 60
History 60
Philosophy 60
Political Science 50
B.Sc. Honours
Mathematics 55
Economics 40
Geography 45
Physics 30
Chemistry 30
Zoology 30
Botany 30
Physiology 20
B.A. General
Capacity 100
B.Sc. General
Science (Pure) 20
Science (Bio) 20
M.A.
Philosophy 60
Bengali 60
M.Sc.
Geography 25
Zoology 25

Payment of Fees


Annual Fees (in Rs.):

B.A. (Gen.) 900/-
B.A. (Hons.) 1225/-
B.Sc. (Gen.) 1370/-
B.Sc. (Hons.) 1705/-
Bengali (M.A.) 1945/-
Philosophy (M.A.) 1945/-
Geography (M.Sc.) 2600/-

Different Facilities Extended to students


  • N.C.C. and N.S.S.

    • There is an N.C.C. (National Cadet Corps) unit for the students of this college.

    • The college also has two units of N.S.S. (National Service Scheme). The N.S.S. unit of this college has been assigned the task of carrying out social welfare and developmental programmes in the Ghurni Natunpara village which is under the Bhandarkhola village panchayat

  • Career Counseling

    • Through the Career Counseling Centre of the college, attempts are made to create opportunities for students to enter various professions.

    • Student are also regularly advised on the eligibility criteria for various kinds of jobs, and on the various job-oriented courses that they may opt for.

  • Playground

    • The college has a number of sprawling playgrounds. One of these is a huge ground facing the main building of the college.

    • An athletics track of international standard is currently being Laid on this ground with the M.P.-quota fund offered by Smt. Jyotirmoyee Sikdar, M.P.

  • Library

    • The college has a large Central Library. The different Departments of the college also have their own Departmental Seminar libraries

  • Students Hostel

    • There is a provision for accommodating outstation students in the students hostel.

With the sanction of Lord Iiardinge, the then Governor General of India, Krishnagar College was formally launched on 1st January, 1846, with the object of providing modern and liberal education to the people of Nadia and its adjoining areas. It was a period of immense significance in the history of education in India as the British were ardently calling for a spread of English education in India. Krishneugar College, at that time, also included a school under the overall supervision of a Principal. The first Principal of the college was Mr. D.L.Richardson, an eminent Shakespearean scholar. The first Principal of the college was Mr. D.L.Richardson, an eminent Shakespearean scholar. The entrance and F.A. examinations of the Calcutta University (founded 1857) sutxstituted the junior and senior scholarship examinations for the college students in 1865. The B.A. and Law dasses were started in the same year. The MA. course was started in 1870 and the survey department opened in 1872. Tie first two graduates fro tie college were Sjt. Jadunath Mukherjee and Sjt. Jadunath Bhatbacharya.

In 1908, after the reorganization of Calcutta University, the school was permanently separated from the college, and the M.A. and B.L. courses were abolished. Subsequently, affiiations fix tie I.Sc. and B.Sc. examinations were obtained. English and Mathematics as Honours subjects and Economics and Philosophy as pass subjects were also introduced at the time
On 2nd June, 1848, the council of education took over de administration of the college and continued with de task tit January 1855 when this responsibility shifted to tie Director of public instruction, Government of West Bengal.







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