University of Calcutta - Admission to the Ph.D. Programme in Commerce 2019
UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA
Department of Commerce
Admission to the Ph.D. Programme in Commerce 2019
Applications are invited for admission to the Ph.D. Programme in Commerce 2019. The application form is downloadable from the University web-site (www.caluniv.ac.in). The application form, duly filled in, is to be submitted to the Head, Department of Commerce, University of Calcutta, after payment of Rs. 100/- only following the procedure mentioned in the website.
Submission of application forms
[Between 11:30 A.M. and 2:30 P.M., Excluding Saturdays and Sundays]
3 June to 14 June 2019
Publication in the University website of list of candidates eligible for written test
21 June 2019
Date of Written Admission Test [only for non-NET / SET / SLET / M.Phil. / M.Tech. candidates]
4 July 2019 [1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.]
Publication of list of candidates successful in written admission test (based on cut-off marks to be decided by the appropriate authority)
12 July 2019
Date of Personal Interview
[for NET/SET/SLET/M.Phil./M.Tech. candidates and non-NET / SET / SLET / M.Phil. / M.Tech. candidates qualifying in the written admission test]
24 July 2019 [12:00 noon onwards]
Venue of Written Entrance Test and Personal Interview
a. Venue of Written Entrance Test: Room No. 37, Asutosh Building, 3rd. Floor, University of Calcutta (College Street Campus).
b. Venue of Personal Interview: Department of Commerce, University of Calcutta (College Street Campus), Asutosh Building, 2nd. Floor, 87/1, College Street, Kolkata - 700073.
Publication of the list of successful candidates
2 August 2019
Number of Vacancies: 30 (Thirty) [Reservation of vacancies shall abide by the West Bengal Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Rules, 2013]. Only certificates from the competent authority will be entertained. District Magistrates or Sub-Divisional Magistrates are the competent authority to issue caste and residential certificates in the case of districts. Similarly in Kolkata Joint Commissioner for Reservation and Ex-officio Joint Secretary, BCW Department is the competent authority for issuing caste certificates.
OBC candidates must submit their family income certificate along with caste certificate.]
Aggregate marks for Written Examination
Aggregate marks for Personal Interview
Details regarding Written Admission Test
The Question Paper will of MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) type containing 25 questions of 2 marks each with 1 mark deducted for every wrong answer
Qualifying marks for written test
50 for General category and 45 for SC / ST / OBC (Non-Creamy layers) / Differently-abled category.