Undergraduate Admission Procedure 2022 | Maheshtala College
Maheshtala College, Kolkata
Undergraduate Admission Procedure 2022
ONLINE ADMISSION PROCEDURE 2022-2023
- Admissions are made strictly on the basis of merit
- Marks obtained in top four subjects (excluding marks in Compulsory Environment Education /Studies) shall be considered to ascertain the aggregate marks of a candidate. However, if the subject “Environmental Science” is studied as an elective subject of 100 marks, it may be taken into account for the purpose of determining the aggregate marks.
- Eligibility Criteria for admission to different courses is notified in the college website and online admission portal.
- Reservation for SC/ST candidates are in accordance with the following norms set by the special cell for the Welfare of Backward Class, University of Calcutta.
» There is a reserved quota of 22%, 6%, 10% and 7% for SCs, STs, OBC-As and OBC-Bs respectively in each subject (Honours) stream/course.
» 3% is reserved for physically handicapped candidates from all categories separately.
» If adequate number of ST candidates is not available, seats will be filled up by SC candidates & vice versa.
» The candidates included in general merit list will not be counted towardsreserved seats.
» An SC/ST candidate getting admission should have in the previous examination qualifying marks which are not lower by more than 25 % from the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category.
- Application for admission should be made after the publication of results of Higher Secondary examination. Application forms are available from the college website (www.behalacollege.in). Only those candidates who deposit their fees will be entitled to be empaneled in the merit list. Admission will be granted only to candidates whose names appear in the merit list.
- All admissions are strictly provisional subject to final scrutiny and acceptance by the appropriate authorities including the University of Calcutta.
- The college does not accept any responsibility for cancellation of admission due to suppression or misstatement of facts by students at the time of admission. The college shall not also be held responsible for cancellation of admission for any reason whatsoever.
- No candidate shall be allowed admission after a lapse of more than 5 years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination. The year of admission shall not be taken into account while calculating five years from the year of passing the previous qualifying Examination.