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Jadavpur University - Online submission of Application(s) for Admission to B.A. (Honours) Courses 2019-2020


JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Arts
Online submission of Application(s) for Admission
B.A. (Honours) Courses
Session: 2019-2020

Last Date for online submission of application 13/06/2019.

Last Date submission of application fees through SBI I-Collect System (using Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card) is extended upto 15/06/2019. After payment through online please print the e-receipt for further reference.

For any help regarding online submission of application please call 033 2457-2219 (from 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. except Holidays).
Please note the following:
  • Before applying please read/print the eligibility criteria & selection procedure carefully.
  • Before starting the registration process, you are advised to consult the 'How to Apply' section at the bottom.
  • Each candidate will need to register only once. After registration, he/she can apply to as many departments he/she wishes (if eligible). He/she must note the Login-ID for future use.
  • After each application, he/she will get a unique Application No. Using this No he/she can relogin into the system.
  • After 48 hours of form fill up, candidates should pay the application fees online through SBI I-Collect System using Net Banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card (enter Date of Birth in ddmmyyyy format in SBI server) and print the e-receipt from SBI website for further reference.
  • After online payment through SBI I-Collect System,candidates have to upload the fees deposit details (SBCollect Ref. No.) by login to the system using Application No./Login ID. The candidates who will not submit the application fees through on-line within the stipulated time their application will be rejected as per norms. Such default candidates will be given a time of 3 (three) working days to pay the application fees manually at Jadavpur University Cash Counter, else their application will be cancelled finally.
  • The candidate will then need to take a printout of the admit card (if applicable), following all necessary instructions.
  • Candidates must produce the admit card with two self attested photograph of the candidate pasted on it at the time of written admission test. (How to Print Admit Card)
  • All admission tests will have to be taken in English or Bengali.
  • IMPORTANT: If any candidate wants to fill the form second time, he/she has to enter his/her H.S. or equivalent Registration No./Index No. followed by dup (for example, if your H.S. or equivalent Registration No./Index No. is 5008456 then you will have to enter 5008456dup).

Information:
  • Students who want to apply for hostel accommodation are advised to submit duly filled-in application form for hostel boardership along with attachment as mentioned in the application form (address proof, income certificate issued by the authority mentioned in the application form) on the day of admission. Hostel Bordership Application Form will also be available on the day of admission. No hostel bordership application form (filled-in) will be accepted after the day of admission. Click here to download the application form.
  • Before submitting the filled in application form on line, the student must check that s/he has entered all marks correctly. The university will not be held responsible for any incorrect entry of marks or incorrect information provided by the student in the application form.
  • Jadavpur University has accepted in principle that each and every student of the University shall be duty bound during the entire period of studentship with the University to immediately report to the Dean of Students if any ragging is noticed either in University hostel or on University campus.
    If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the Authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his/her explanation is not found satisfactory, the Authority would expel him/her from the University.
  • As per Rules of the Government of West Bengal, Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/OBC-A/OBC-B of the States other than West Bengal are not entitled to get the benefit of reserved quota in Educational Institutions in West Bengal, unless they can produce a domicile certificate of 10-year residency issued by the competent authority
  • The candidates who will be provisionally selected under the OBC- A and OBC- B categories must produce an OBC certificate (the date of issue of the certificate should not be earlier than June 2018, and category 'A' or 'B' must be clearly specified) issued by the competent authority that they do not belong to creamy layer of the society, at the time of counselling/admission.

    + Eligibility Criteria

    • Do not visit the university offices for admission details. All information related to admission procedures is available on this website.
    • An applicant must have completed results at the 10+2 level at the time of application.
    • Incomplete and/or incorrect application shall be liable to be cancelled.
    • For any candidate, increase in marks due to post-publication review/scrutiny after the closing dates of application (13/06/2019) for admissions to B.A (Honours) Courses for the academic session 2019- 20, shall NOT be considered, and his/her merit position shall NOT be changed.
    • For a candidate selected provisionally for admission, if it is found at the time of admissions that the marks he/she had stated at the time of application is more than what he/she has actually obtained (as in his/her mark-sheets), then his/her merit position shall be revised accordingly and he/she may be denied admission.
    • Following eligibility and selection procedures are applicable only for students who have completed school (10+2) in India. Foreign students or others who have completed schools (10+2) outside India must check Foreign Students Admission at http://www.jaduniv.edu.in/htdocs/foreign_student.php for application procedure, eligibility and other criteria.
    • Department of Economics will introduce 5-Year (10-Semester) Dual degree Integrated programme with lateral exit and entry at the end of Sixth Semester from session 2018-19. Students after passing the 10+2 level shall be admitted to this programme only. The first three years (or six semesters) shall cover the existing C.B.C.S syllabus, whereas in the next two years (four semesters) the new syllabus prepared under R.U.S.A that is going to be introduced by the Department shall be taught. Students opting for exit at the end of the sixth semester shall get only the B.A (Hons.) in Economics degree, and those opting to continue shall receive the Dual degree [B.A (Hons.) and MA in Economics] at the end of successful completion of all 10 semester papers.
    • Maximum tenure of studentship for the admitted candidates will be as per the UGC circular no- F.12-1/2015(CPP-II).
    Eligibility Criteria
    Department General PD** SC/ST OBC-A/OBC-B/Kashmiri Migrants/Sports*
    For Bengali At least 65% in aggregate with 65% in Bengali At least 61% in aggregate with 61% in Bengali At least 48% in aggregate with 48% in Bengali At least 58% in aggregate with 58% in Bengali
    For Comparative Literature At least 70% in aggregate with 70% marks in first & second language each.

    Candidates must have two languages in H.S or equivalent Examination
    At least 66% in aggregate with 66% marks in first & second language each.

    Candidates must have two languages in H.S or equivalent Examination
    At least 52% in aggregate with 52% marks in first & second language each.

    Candidates must have two languages in H.S or equivalent Examination
    At least 63% in aggregate with 63% marks in first & second language each.

    Candidates must have two languages in H.S or equivalent Examination
    For Economics
    [5-year Integrated B.A(Hons.) & M.A course]
    At least 80% in aggregate with 80% marks in Mathematics (marks in Business Mathematics will not be considered). At least 76% in aggregate with 76% marks in Mathematics (marks in Business Mathematics will not be considered). At least 60% in aggregate with 60% marks in Mathematics (marks in Business Mathematics will not be considered). At least 72% in aggregate with 72% marks in Mathematics (marks in Business Mathematics will not be considered).
    For English** At least 75% in aggregate. At least 71% in aggregate. At least 56% in aggregate. At least 67% in aggregate.
    For History At least 65% in aggregate. At least 61% in aggregate. At least 48% in aggregate. At least 58% in aggregate.
    For Philosophy At least 50% in aggregate. At least 47% in aggregate. At least 37% in aggregate. At least 45% in aggregate.
    For Political Science At least 65% in aggregate At least 61% in aggregate At least 48% in aggregate At least 58% in aggregate
    For Sanskrit At least 70% in aggregate with 75% marks in Sanskrit At least 66% in aggregate with 71% marks in Sanskrit At least 52% in aggregate with 56% marks in Sanskrit At least 63% in aggregate with 67% marks in Sanskrit
    For Sociology At least 80% in aggregate At least 76% in aggregate At least 60% in aggregate At least 72% in aggregate
    ** For English - Students who have completed the Cambridge International Examinations General Certificate of Education or of approved British examining bodies as recognized by AIU, with at least two Advanced level subjects, will be eligible to appear in admission test to the BA English Honours class provided that:
    • They have previously completed GCSE with at least 5 subjects
    • One subject in which Advanced (A) level certification has been obtained is English
    • That the average quantitative score obtained in the Advanced level is not less than that prescribed for other applicants.
    SC/ST CATEGORY
    As per circular Nos. BC-16014/1/82-SC dt.06/08/1984 & BCD-1, D.O.12017/11/89-SCD(R.CELL) dt.09/01/1990 and letter No.1510-SCW dt.31/05/2007 from the Government of West Bengal, Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes of the States other than West Bengal are not entitled to get the benefit of reserved quota in Educational Institutions in West Bengal. Such students may get the benefit of reserve quota if they have domicile certificate of 10 years residency in West Bengal.

    OBC-A/OBC-B CATEGORY
    The candidates who will be provisionally selected under the OBC- A and OBC- B categories must produce an OBC certificate (the date of issue of the certificate should not be earlier than June 2018) issued by the competent authority that clearly indicates (i) the category (A or B) they belong to; (ii) that they do not belong to creamy layer of the society, at the time of counselling/ admission.

    OBC-A and OBC-B candidates from the States other than West Bengal are not entitled to get the benefit of reserved quota in Educational Institutions in West Bengal. Such students may get the benefit of reserve quota if they have domicile certificate of 10 years residency in West Bengal.

    *FOR SPORTS CATEGORY
    In addition to the above mentioned academic eligibility, the following eligibility conditions under Sports Quota shall apply:
    Candidate should have represented a state or equivalent in any National Championship (Junior/Senior/Federation Cup) or above conducted under the aegis of respective Federation/ Association recognized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports / Indian Olympic Association
    OR
    Candidate should have represented state in National School Competition conducted by School Games Federation of India (SGFI)
    OR
    Candidate having position 1st/2nd/3rd for individual event/sports or member of Champion / Runners up team for team event/sports/games in Inter-Dist / State Championship (open) or above conducted under the aegis of respective Federation/ Association recognized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports / Indian Olympic Association in the sports and games offered by the A.I.U, with percentage of marks specified above is eligible to apply for admission under the sports quota.

    For chess, applicant having the FIDE rating (standard) 1700 and above for Boys and FIDE rating (standard) 1300 and above for girls is eligible to apply for admission under the sports quota.
    For Tennis, applicant having the AITA ranking up to 300 for under 18 years boys/girls or ranking up to 500 for open (Men/Women) category is eligible to apply for admission under the sports quota. The rating/ranking for chess & tennis is applicable on the day / week of publication of advertisement for admission under sports quota.

    For Cricket & Football, applicant must have represented any 1st Division Club or above with participation of 40% matches either in the current year or any one of the two preceding years organized by either CAB / IFA or any State Association OR having the criteria as specified above for UG Level.
    Such sports representations are to be made within current year or any one of the two preceding calendar years (i,e commencing from 1st January) only.

    Certificates of participation (Click here for format) in Sports/Games must be obtained from the competent authorities. Applicant must submit the certificates in prescribed format along with a print out of online payment receipt, print out of online application and all Sports Certificate to the Office of the Dean and the Secretary, Faculty Council of Arts, U.G. Arts Building, Ground Floor, Jadavpur University, Kolkata 700032, on or before June 28, 2019 (11:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.).

    Participants in Tournaments/Events organized or certified by bodies other than those mentioned above are not eligible.


    ** FOR PD CATEGORY
    Persons with 40% or more disability will only be considered for admission under PD quota under PWD (Equal Opportunity, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995.

    Candidates applied under this category must submit an attested photocopy of certificate of disability issued by the relevant authority either in person (or by post) along with a photocopy of online payment receipt within June 28, 2019 (5pm) in the Office of the Dean and Secretary, Faculty Council of Arts, Ground Floor, UG Arts Building, Jadavpur University, Kolkata 700032.

    Anti-Ragging:
    Jadavpur University has accepted in principle that each and every student of the University shall be duty bound during the entire period of studentship with the University to immediately report to the Dean of Students if any ragging is noticed either in University hostel or on University campus.
    If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the Authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory, the Authority would expel him/her from the University.

    + Selection Procedure

    For Economics*
    [5-year Integrated B.A. (Hons.) & M.A. course]
    On the basis of
    1) 50% weightage to the aggregate percentage (as per Aggregate marks calculation) obtained in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written test.
    For Comparative Literature* On the basis of
    1) 25% weightage to the aggregate percentage obtained in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 25% weightage of marks obtained in best two language subjects taken together in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    3) 50% weightage to the performance in a written test.
    For History* and Political Science* On the basis of
    1) 50% weightage to the aggregate percentage obtained in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written test.
    For Bengali* On the basis of
    1) 50% weightage of marks obtained in Bengali & English taken together in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written test.
    For Philosophy* and Sociology* In accordance with a merit list based on
    1) 50% weightage to the aggregate percentage obtained in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written test.
    For English* On the basis of
    1) 50% weightage of marks obtained in English in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written admission test.
    For Sanskrit On the basis of
    1) 50% weightage of marks obtained in Sanskrit in H.S./Equivalent Examination.
    2) 50% weightage to the performance in a written admission test.
    *Sports Category:
    (1) Selection under the Sports category for a particular subject of study will be made in order of merit on the basis of the Selection Procedure as given above, for all the games/events taken together.
    (2) Eligible candidates under the sports category must separately apply for, and if applicable, appear at the Written Test for each subject as they would like to be considered for.
    (3) Not more than two students will be selected for admission in a particular subject under the sports quota.

    PD Category:
    (1) A provisional merit order of eligible candidates will be prepared on the basis of the academic performance (as per the selection criteria of the concerned department as mentioned above).
    (2) Eligible candidates will have to appear before an expert committee to be constituted by the University to ascertain the nature of their disability.

    Aggregate marks calculation
    Examination Board Instruction for calculating marks
    West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination Aggregate marks of best 4 subjects excluding Environmental Studies/Environmental Education/ Environmental Science (out of 400).

    For Economics [5-year Integrated B.A(Hons.) & M.A course] only: Aggregate marks of best 3 subjects (excluding Mathematics and Environmental Studies/ Environmental Education/ Environmental Science) plus marks of Mathematics (total out of 400).

    For Bengali only: Aggregate marks of best 2 subjects (excluding Bengali, English, Environmental Studies/ Environmental Education/Environmental Science and Computer Science/Application) plus marks of Bengali and English (total out of 400).
    Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination / Central Board of Secondary Education / Other Boards Aggregate marks of best 4 subjects, out of 400 marks.

    For Economics [5-year Integrated B.A(Hons.) & M.A course] only: Aggregate marks of best 3 subjects (excluding Mathematics) plus marks of Mathematics (total out of 400).

    For Bengali only: Aggregate marks of best 2 subjects (excluding Bengali, English and Computer Science/Application) plus marks of Bengali and English (total out of 400).

    + Important Dates

    Do not visit the university offices for admission details.
    All information related to admission procedures is available on this website.
    Last Date of submission of online applications 13/06/2019
    Last Date of submission of application fees through SBI-Collect system using credit card/Debut card/Net Banking 15/06/2019
    Last Date of submission of P.D certificate 28/06/2019
    Last Date of submission of Sports certificate 28/06/2019

    Revised Date and Time of Admission Tests
    Subject Date Time Venue
    Bengali 25/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Comparative Literature 28/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Economics 27/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    English 26/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    History 24/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Philosophy 25/6/2019 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Political Science 27/6/2019 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Sanskrit 27/6/2019 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus
    Sociology 24/6/2019 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. Jadavpur University, Main Campus

    Date of Publication of Provisional Merit List
    For All Departments 12/7/2019 after 6:00pm (tentatively)

    + How to Apply Online

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