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West Bengal State University - Post Graduate Admission 2019-2021


WEST BENGAL STATE UNIVERSITY
POST GRADUATE ADMISSION
Academic Session: 2019-2021

PG ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2019-21
(subject to unavoidable changes)

Sl. No. Events Dates
1. Date of Advertisement 25/05/2019
2. Online Filling up Application Forms starts from 28/05/2019
3. Last date of Filling up Application Forms 15/06/2019
4. Last date of depositing Application Fee 15/06/2019
5. Confirmation from Bank for fees deposition 17/06/2019
Category-A (60% of seats) Home University candidates passed in 2019
6. Publication of Provisional Rank list (60% of seats) 20/06/2019 at 12:00 Noon
7. Online correction (if any) 22/06/2019 upto 12:00 Noon
8. Publication of Corrected Rank list 24/06/2019 at 12:00 Noon
9. Publication of 1st Selection Merit list (60% of seats) 26/06/2019 at 12:00 Noon
10. Admission of 1st Selection Merit list 26/06/2019 & 27/06/2019
upto 04:00 P.M.
11. Publication of 2nd Selection Merit list (60% of seats) 28/06/2019 at 12:00 Noon
12. Admission of 2nd Selection Merit list 01/07/2019 upto 04:00 P.M.
13. Publication of Final Selection Merit list (60% of seats) 02/07/2019 at 03:00 P.M.
14. Admission of Final Selection Merit list 03/07/2019 upto 04:00 P.M.
15. Document Verification after the admission process for inclusion in Final Admission List on 04/07/2019 & 05/07/2019
16. Last date of cancellation of admission 10.7.2019
Beyond this date there will be no refund in tuition fee

Schedule for Admission Test for 40% of seats (All candidates from other universities, all back year Candidates passed in 2018, 2017 and rest of Home University Candidates (60%) not selected in 60% of seats.)

Online Admit Card Download : 01/07/2019 to 08/07/2019

Dates Subjects & Timing
11:30 12:30 01:30 2:30 03:30 04:30
08/07/2019 Anthropology, Sociology Chemistry Geography
09/07/2019 Botany, Political Science Computer Science,
Philosophy, Bengali
Mathematics, Sanskrit
10/07/2019 Microbiology, Film Studies Physics, History Education, Master of Commerce
11/07/2019 Journalism & Mass Communication English , Biochemistry, Food & Nutrition Zoology
Entrance Test for the subjects Master of Rural Studies, Economics, Hindi, Human Development, Urdu, Physiology and Psychology, Electronics, Statistics, will not be held.
In case of back year (2018, 2017) pass-out students ordinarily 2% from aggregate marks in honours subject will be deducted for those subjects where admission Test in Category B not be conducted.

Category-B (40% of seats)
Sl. No. Events Dates
1. Publication of Provisional List (All) of Admission Test Marks Basis (40%) 18/07/2019 at 12:00 Noon
2. Publication of 1st Selection Merit List (40% of seats) 18/07/2019 at 12:00 Noon
3. Fees Deposition & Admission of 1st Selection Merit List (40% of seats) 18/07/2019 & 19/07/2019
between 11:30 A.M. to 04:00 P.M.
4. Publication of Final Selection Merit List (40% of seats) & Waiting 20/07/2019 at 12:00 Noon
5. Fees Deposition & Admission of Final Selection Merit List (40% of seats) 20/07/2019 to 22/07/2019
between 11:30 A.M. to 04:00 P.M.

    + Courses Offered

    The eligibility criteria for admission to PG courses in the different subjects are given below:
    Code No. Course Subjects / Departments
    01. Master of Rural Studies
    (2 yrs duration)
    Rural Studies
    02. M.A. / M.Sc. (Eco)
    (2 yrs duration)
    Economics
    03. M.A. / M.Sc. (Geo)
    (2 yrs duration)
    Geography
    04. M.A. / M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Psychology
    05. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Anthropology
    06. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Biochemistry
    07. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Botany
    08. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Chemistry
    09. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Computer Science
    10. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Electronics
    11. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Food & Nutrition
    12. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Microbiology
    13. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Physics
    14. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Physiology
    15. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Mathematics
    16. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Statistics
    17. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Zoology
    18. M.Com.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Commerce & Management
    19. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Bengali
    20. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Education
    21. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    English
    22. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Film Studies
    23. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Hindi
    24. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    History
    25. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Journalism & Mass Communication
    26. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Sanskrit
    27. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Philosophy
    28. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Political Science
    29. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Sociology
    30. M.A. / M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Human Development

    + Eligibility Criteria

    The eligibility criteria for admission to PG courses in the different subjects are given below:
    Code No. Course Subjects / Departments Eligibility
    01. Master of Rural Studies
    (2 yrs duration)
    Rural Studies Honours graduate. Preference will be given to students who had economics, or agriculture
    02. M.A. / M.Sc. (Eco)
    (2 yrs duration)
    Economics B.A. / B.Sc. (Hons.) in Economics, Students should have sufficient mathematical background.
    Preference will be given to students who had mathematics as a pass subject at the UG level
    03. M.A. / M.Sc. (Geo)
    (2 yrs duration)
    Geography B.A. / B.Sc. (Hons.) in Geography
    04. M.A. / M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Psychology B.A. / B.Sc. (Hons.) in Psychology
    05. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Anthropology B.Sc. (Hons.) in Anthropology
    06. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Biochemistry B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry / Biochemistry / any branch of Life Sciences with Biochemistry as a major paper in their B.Sc. (Hons.) Course & Chemistry as one of the Pass subjects
    07. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Botany B.Sc. (Hons.) in Botany
    08. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Chemistry B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry
    09. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Computer Science B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science with Mathematics as pass subject
    10. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Electronics B.Sc. (Hons.) in Electronics or Physics
    11. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Food & Nutrition B.Sc. (Hons.) in Food & Nutrition preferably with Chemistry at H.S. level
    12. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Microbiology B.Sc. (Hons.) in Microbiology / Biotechnology / Biochemistry (preferred) or Zoology / Botany with Microbiology as major paper or Chemistry as pass subject
    13. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Physics B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics
    14. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Physiology B.Sc.(Hons.) in Physiology
    15. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Mathematics B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics
    16. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Statistics B.Sc. (Hons.) in Statistics or Mathematics
    [60% seats from Statistics(H) & 40% seats from Mathematics(H)]
    17. M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Zoology B.Sc. (Hons.) in Zoology
    18. M.Com.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Commerce & Management B.Com. (Hons.)
    19. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Bengali B.A. (Hons.) in Bengali
    20. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Education B.A. (Hons.) in Education
    21. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    English B.A. (Hons.) in English
    22. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Film Studies Honours Graduate in any Subject
    Or Honours in Media Science/Media studies
    23. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Hindi B.A. (Hons) in Hindi
    24. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    History B.A. (Hons.) in History
    25. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Journalism & Mass Communication B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. Honours in any Subject or Media Science or Media Studies
    26. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Sanskrit B.A. (Hons.) in Sanskrit
    27. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Philosophy B.A. (Hons.) in Philosophy
    28. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Political Science B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science
    29. M.A.
    (2 yrs. duration)
    Sociology B.A. (Hons.) in Sociology
    30. M.A. / M.Sc.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Human Development B.A. / B.Sc. (Hons.) in Human Development (preference), Hons. in Education, Economics, Psychology, Geography

    + Eligibility for Admission to M.A., M.Com., M.Sc. Courses

    • Three years Honours graduate of the current and previous 2 years i.e. not before 2016 in the system (10+2+3) from WBSU.
    • Honours graduates from recognized Universities in West Bengal of the current and previous two years are eligible for admission. For students from other states, the student should have passed equivalent course as at (1) from UGC recognized University/Institute.
    • Candidates passing Honours/Major course in Arts in Under Graduate Degree level from Indira Gandhi National Open University/Netaji Subhas Open University and the Distance Education Programmes of other Universities in West Bengal are also eligible for admission.
    • Each candidate should apply in a separate single application form for applying more than one subject, if any.
    • Application Form to be submitted online.
    • Modalities of Admission
      After online submission of the application, the copy of the application is to be downloaded and printed copy of the downloaded application along with relevant supporting documents self-attested by the candidate are to be preserved and submitted to the P.G. Section of WBSU and the documentary evidence of the payment of Application Fee (e-receipt) must be attached with the hard copy of the application for admission if selected. (See Clause VIII).
    • Admission will be taken between 11-30 A.M. and 3-00 P.M. on all working days as per notification displayed in WBSU Notice Board and website from time to time.
    • Mode of Payment : Application Fee Rs. 400/- (for General and other candidates) and Rs. 200/- (for SC/ST/PWD candidate) for an application. Candidates may use the payment facility on Multi Option Payment System (MOPS) eg.,
      (i) Internet Banking of all Banks
      (ii) ATM-cum-Debit/Credit Card of all Banks
      (iii) By Cash/Cheque at SBI Branches by using challan. For State Bank collect system additional commission for bank transaction to be borne by the candidate. Copy of the fee deposition slip (e-receipt) is to be attached with the printed copy of the application.
      (iv) Through gateway Debit / Credit Card / Multi bank Internet banking/digital wallets.
    • Mark-sheets in original (Part I, Part II & Part III) should be shown during the admission if selected.
    • Self-attested copies of mark-sheets (Part I, Part II & Part III) and other testimonials should be attached with the application form.
    • SC/ST candidates should write SC/ST candidate on the top of the application form and they must attach self-attested Xerox copy of SC/ST certificate from the office of the S.D.O.
    • Persons with Disability (PWD) candidates must mention the words PWD on the top of the application form and must attach a certificate from the Competent Authority.
    • OBC-A or OBC-B candidates should write OBC-A or OBC-B on the top of the application form and they must attach self-attested Xerox copy of OBC certificate issued by the Office of the S.D.O.
    • List of the selected candidates will be displayed on the Notice Board at the P.G. Section, WBSU and also on University website.
    • No personal communication will be made with the selected candidates.
    • Selection will be made strictly in order of merit on the basis of percentage of marks for 60% of seats for WBSU students and rest 40% of seats on the basis of subjectwise Entrance Test for Other University students and home university students including back years (Passed in 2016, 2017) students. Under the category of 40% of seats, the students will be admitted on the basis of an MCQ test on OMR sheet either with 50 questions each carrying 2 marks or adhering to the standardized format of MCQ test of the university, whichever is applicable; [negative marks & cut off marks will be applicable, if necessary. Distribution of marks : For each correct answer 2 marks, for wrong answer minus 0.5 marks and not attempted 0 mark will be awarded]. Or, may be filled according to marks for some departments, if the sufficient number of applications have not been received.
    • Preference, if any, once exercised can not be changed. And declaration regarding SC/ST/PWD/OBC-A/OBC-B/General once given can not be altered.
    • For admission to different courses, a SC or ST candidate getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination qualifying marks not lower by more than 25% of the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In case of OBC-A and OBC-B the candidates getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 10% from the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category.
    • Domicile Certificate : (See Website: www.wbsubregistration.gov). Essential for reservation of seats (SC/ST/OBC of other states)
    In any case, if a candidate obtains marks lower than the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the University/Appropriate Authority for admission to the relevant course, he/she will not be eligible for admission.

    + Seat distribution in different PG subjects

    Group Subjects (Abbreviation) Total Gen SC ST OBC-A OBC-B
    3.1 Master of Rural Studies (MRS) 31 17 7 2 3 2
    1.2 Economics (ECO) 46 25 10 3 5 3
    1.3 Geography (GEO) 37 22 8 2 3 2
    2.1 Anthropology (ANTR) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.2 Biochemistry (BIOC) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.3 Botany (BOT) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.4 Chemistry (CHEM) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.5 Computer Science (CS) 31 17 7 2 3 3
    2.6 Electronics (ELEC) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.7 Food & Nutrition (FN) 19 11 4 1 2 1
    2.8 Microbiology (MICR) 19 11 4 1 2 1
    2.9 Physics (PHY) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.10 Physiology (PHSL) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    2.11 Mathematics (MATH) 43 25 9 3 4 2
    2.12 Psychology (PSCH) 29 17 6 2 2 2
    3.13 Statistics (STAT) 38 21 8 2 4 3
    2.14 Zoology (ZOOL) 27 15 6 2 2 2
    3.2 Commerce & Management (COMM) 58 32 13 3 6 4
    4.1 Bengali (BENG) 85 51 19 5 6 4
    4.2 Education (EDU) 62 36 14 4 5 3
    4.3 English (ENG) 51 29 11 3 4 4
    4.4 Film Studies (FS) 31 17 7 2 3 2
    4.5 Philosophy (PHIL) 46 25 10 3 5 3
    4.6 Hindi (HIN) 46 25 10 3 5 3
    4.7 History (HIST) 72 42 16 4 6 4
    4.8 Journalism & Mass Communication (JMC) 38 21 8 2 4 3
    4.9 Sanskrit (SANS) 66 36 14 4 7 5
    4.10 Political Science (PLSA) 46 25 10 3 5 3
    4.11 Sociology (SOC) 46 25 10 3 5 3
    3.4 Human Development * 20 11 5 1 2 1
    Total seats = 1156 Nos. in 30 P.G. departments.
    Increase for this year 110. (including 20 of a new department)

    * Post Graduate course of Human Development is being started from this year, letters have been sent to appropriate organization seeking permission/concurrence to start the course. The course name will be M.A. or M.Sc. in Human Development depending on the students B.A. or B.Sc. degree at the graduate level.

    + Fees Structure

    Group Name of the Postgraduate Course Fee (in Rs.)
    Group-A Bengali,
    Education,
    English,
    Hindi,
    History,
    Philosophy,
    Sanskrit,
    Political Science
    Application/Prospectus Fee 400/-
    (SC/ST: 200/-)
    Admission Fee 100/-
    Tuition Fee
    (2 months)
    400/-
    Sports Fee (Once) 150/-
    Library Fee (Once) 500/-
    Library caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    500/-
    Development Fee 2000/-
    Student Welfare Fund 300/-
    Semester Examination Fee
    (1st semester)
    500/-
    Semester Fee
    (1st semester)
    200/-
    Fees for Personal Insurance during the course 250/-
    Total 6200/- (for SC/ST 5950/-).
    Apart from this Rs. 200/- is to be paid for new Registration
     
    Group-B Anthropology,
    Botany, Chemistry,
    Journalism and Mass Communication,
    Biochemistry, Mathematics, Physics,
    Microbiology, Physiology Zoology,
    Master of Rural Development, Sociology,
    Psychology, Statistics,
    Food and Nutrition,
    Geography, Film Studies, Electronics, Economics,
    Computer Science,
    Commerce and Management
    Application/Prospectus Fee 400/-
    (SC/ST: 200/-)
    Admission Fee 1000/-
    Tuition Fee
    (2 months)
    600/-
    Sports Fee (Once) 150/-
    Library Fee (Once) 500/-
    Library caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    500/-
    Laboratory caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    1000/-
    Development Fee 2000/-
    Student Welfare fund 300/-
    Semester Examination Fee
    (1st semester)
    500/-
    Semester Fee
    (1st semester)
    300/-
    Fees for Personal Insurance during the course 250/-
    Total 7500/- (for SC/ST 7300/-).
    Apart from this Rs. 200/- is to be paid for new Registration

M.Phil. / Ph.D. Courses

M.Phil. (2 yrs duration)
The University is offering M.Phil. / Ph.D. courses in various Departments. Admission to the M.Phil. / Ph.D. is through an entrance examination (RET) for each discipline followed by a viva-voce. Candidates with NET/SET/GATE/M.Phil. qualifications are exempted from the Admission Test. University is conducting Admission Test for the Ph.D. programme after issuing appropriate notification. The number of students to be admitted into the Ph.D. programme in a subject or an interdisciplinary field in a year is decided by the respective Board of Research Studies. National and State-level reservation policies will be followed in the matter of admission into the Ph.D. programme. Students admitted the Ph.D. programme shall undertake course work for a period of one semester to be eligible for Registration into Ph.D. course. On successful completion of the entire programme as per Ph.D. regulations the degree of Doctor of Philosophy shall be awarded to a candidate on the basis of original research work resulting in a significant advancement of knowledge.

Subjects offered : Generally for M.Phil Bengali, English, Sanskrit, History, Philosophy, Mathematics.

For Ph.D. subject to availability of supervisor : Agriculture & Rural Development, Anthropology, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electronics, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Physiology, Psychology, Statistics, Zoology, Bengali, English, Sanskrit, Education, Hindi, History, Journalism & Mass Communication, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Economics, Geography, Commerce & Management.

Fees Structure for Ph.D. & M.Phil. students for Indian National
  Ph.D. M.Phil.
  • 25% higher of the above fees for Foreign students SAARC countries
  • 50% higher of the above fees for Foreign students Non SAARC countries
Application Fee Rs. 1000/- (500 for SC/ST) Rs. 1000/- (500 for SC/ST)
Admission Fee Rs. 1000/- Rs. 1000/-
Course Fee Rs. 4500/- Rs. 4500/- (1st Sem); Rs. 3500/- (2nd Sem) = Total Rs. 8000/-
Registration Fee Rs. 5000/- Rs. 3000/-
Thesis submission Fee Rs. 8000/- Rs. 6000/-

Contact

West Bengal State University
Berunanpukuria, P.O. - Malikapur,
Barasat, 24 Parganas (North), West Bengal.
Ph.: +91 33 2542 0274 / 2524 1975 / 1976 / 1977 / 1978 / 1979
Fax: (033) 2524-1977
Web Site: www.wbsubregistration.org
Source : wbsubregistration.org

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