FROM THE 2019 - 2020 ACADEMIC SESSION ALL UNDERGRADUATE COURSES WILL BE IN SEMESTER SYSTEM AND CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS) WILL BE IMPLEMENTED
The college reserves all rights of admission. Submission of application does not automatically make a student eligible for admission to the college.
According to the Norms and Principles, as may be determined/revised by the College/University from time to time, selection of students for admission to different courses will be done Strictly On Merit by the concerned authority.
Applications of candidates from the Boards other than the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE), will be considered without any mark deduction and the stipulated University rules in this regard will be followed. However, the applicants must ensure that the University of Calcutta duly recognizes the qualifying certificates/mark sheets given by the concerned Council/Board. Otherwise, his/her registration (and hence admission) will be liable to be cancelled.
Students from the Boards other than the W.B. Council of H.S. Education are admitted provisionally. The admission is not valid unless sanctioned by the University of Calcutta on submission of pass certificate within a month from the date of admission. Students failing to submit the necessary documents in time are liable to have their admission cancelled.
Applicants, who qualify the Higher Secondary or equivalent Examinations in the current or immediately previous year are eligible for application in the Day Section. However, applicants passed the qualifying examination with in the last 4 years (including current year) are eligible for application in the Morning Section.
According to the latest rules of the State Govt. regarding admissions in colleges, the reservations for the OBC (A & B) categories will be increased to 17% with in six consecutive years. Seat reservations in different category for the coming session (2018-19) will be as following:
|DAY SECTION: GENERAL COURSES|
|BIO SCIENCE GENERAL||8
|COMPUTER SCIENCE GENERAL||9||3
|B.A. GENERAL with PHYSICAL EDUCATION*||-||-||-||-||-||-||42**|
|B.A. GENERAL with PHYSICAL EDUCATION*||-||-||-||-||-||-||42**|
*Already included in BA General Seats. **No separate reservation. ^^Will be given only with Physics Hons and Computer Sc Hons.
According to the rules of the University of Calcutta, the minimum marks in HS/equivalent is 50% in aggregate (top-4) and 45% in the subject (or in the related subject) in which he/she wants to apply for honours course.
A candidate, who fails to secure 50% in aggregate but obtained at least 55% in the subject (or in the related subject) in HS/equivalent, will be eligible for apply for honours.
If a subject is not studied in the HS/equivalent but is intended to be taken as honours, the applicant must obtain least 50% in aggregate (top-4) in the qualifying examinations.
SC/ST candidates will be eligible to apply for honours if he/she obtains at least 40% in aggregate (top-4) or 40% in the subject (or in the related subject) in HS/equivalent.
If a reserved category candidate secures a score high enough to be considered as general category otherwise, he/she must be admitted in a general category seat.
As per the rules of the Govt. of West Bengal, for taking admission in B.A. (Hons.) or in B.Sc. (Hons.) or in B.Com. (Hons.) courses, “the SC or ST candidates who are being admitted should have obtained a qualifying marks in the previous examination which is not lower by more than 25% from the marks obtained by the last candidate in the general category. However, in any case, such a candidate obtaining marks lower than the marks as prescribed by the regulations of the University for admission to the relevant courses will not be eligible for admission. The candidates included in the general merit list will not be counted towards the reserved quota.”
A candidate, who appeared but could not obtain pass mark in a subject at the previous qualifying examination, shall not be allowed to take up that subject in the Degree (Honours / General) Course.
Again, for eligibility of admission, students must fulfill all relevant rules of the W.B. Council of H.S. Education and the University of Calcutta.
As per the University Guideline, some Special Conditions for Admission to Honours Courses are as follows:
(i) A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Economics if he/she has passed Mathematics at the HS Examination (10+2) conducted by WBCHSE or its equivalent examination in Mathematics/Business Mathematics. Students who have passed Business Economics including Business Mathematics in HS (10+2) level from WBCHSE are not eligible for admission in the Honours Course in Economics. Mathematics is a compulsory pass-subject.
(ii) A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Mathematics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination. A candidate who has passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for admission to Mathematics Honours Course.
(iii) A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Chemistry if he/she has passed in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination.
(iv) In order to take up Honours in Education, the subjects Psychology / Philosophy / Mathematics / Sociology / Economics / Political Science / History are to be treated as allied subject.
(v) In order to take up Honours in Philosophy, the subject Psychology be treated as allied subject.
(vi) For B.Com. Honours Course in Accounting & Finance, the word “subject” or “allied subject” shall mean Accountancy, Business Economics including Business Mathematics, Business Organization, Mathematics, Business Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Business Studies, Office Practice & Secretarial, Financial Accounting, Elements of Cost Accountancy & Auditing, Book Keeping, Commerce, Cost Accountancy & Principle of Management.
A candidate shall be allowed to take up the subject(s) under Heading “A” if he/she passed the subject(s) under Heading “B” at the previous qualifying examination (see below):
|Physics||Physics & Mathematics|
|Computer Science||Computer Applications/Computer Science/Physics & Mathematics|
|Commerce||Accountancy / Business Economics including Business Mathematics / Business Organization / Mathematics / Economics / Statistics / Commerce / Accounts / Business Studies /Financial Accounting / Office Practice & Secretarial / Elements of Cost Accountancy & Auditing / Book Keeping / Business Mathematics / Cost Accountancy & Principle of Management|
Cut-off ‘passing year’:
All original copies are to be produced for verification at the time of verification.
The SC/ST candidates shall have to enclose attested copies Caste Certificates only from the appropriate authorities along with the hard copy of the application form at the time of verification.
Admission to the B.A. General Course with Physical Education as one of the elective subjects will be provisional and subjected to qualifying in an on the field eligibility test.
CHANGE OF SUBJECT:-
Change of Honours or General subject can be done only as per the College regulations based strictly on the University norms within the stipulated time.
Students seeking Transfer/Withdrawal during mid-session must pay all Annual Charges and Tuition Fees etc. up to the current month and also Transfer Fee. The student must obtain clearance from the library too. Contact should be made with the College Office for any further details.
DISCONTINUANCE OF STUDIES ETC.:-
A student who wants to discontinue studies and remain absent from College for a long time without applying for withdrawal of name shall be liable to clear all the College dues up to the current month, if he/she wants to collect any Certificate or record from the College on a subsequent date.
PUBLICATION OF MERIT LISTS FOR ADMISSION:-
The Names of the valid applicants will be published on the college notice board and on the college website also. It will not be communicated to the candidate individually.
All Merit Lists and Admissions are strictly provisional subject to the final scrutiny and acceptance of documents by the appropriate authorities, including the University of Calcutta. The College does not accept any responsibility for cancellation of admission for any reason whatsoever, by the University of Calcutta.