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West Bengal State University - Admission to PG Courses 2020-2021

WEST BENGAL STATE UNIVERSITY
Admission to PG Courses
Session: 2020-2021

Admission Notice

Applications are invited for admission to 2-year M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.R.S. Courses to be made online through University Website:

www.wbsu.ac.in
www.wbsupgadmission.com
www.wbsubregistration.org

On and from 2nd November 2020. The admission will continue upto 30th November 2020. For other information please see the Prospectus 2020 in the webpage. Admission of students under reserve Quota will be as per rules.

Subjects: Anthropology, Bengali, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Commerce & Management, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Electronics, English, Film Studies, Food & Nutrition, Geography, Hindi, History, Journalism & Mass Communication, Master of Rural Studies, Mathematics, Microbiology, Philosophy, Physics, Physiology, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics, Zoology, Urdu.

In pursuance of the Higher Education Departments Memo No. 808-EH/Edn(U)/1U-83/12 dated 29.9.2020, 80% seats are reserved for Home University students and 20% seats reserved for other university students.

However, if 80% seats reserved for home University remain unfilled, those may filled up with the Undergraduates of other universities. Similarly, if the 20% seats reserved for the students from other universities remain unfilled, those may filled up with the students of home university. This order will be applicable for the Academic Session 2020-21 in view of the prevailing COVID pandemic situation.

Full tuition waiver for Physically challenged students. Tuition fees waiver for another 50 meritorious students coming from difficult background.

    + Important Dates

    PG Admission 2020 START from 02/11/2020.
    PG Admission 2020 Online Application END Date 18/11/2020.

    + Courses Offered

    Code No. Course Subjects/ Departments Eligibility
    01 Master of Rural Studies
    (2 yrs duration)
    Rural Studies Honours graduate in any subject
    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.
    (2 yrs duration)
    Urdu B.A. (Hons.) in Urdu

    + Eligibility for Admission

    • Honours graduates who have passed in 10+2+3 system or its equivalent from UGC recognised Universities in the year 2020, 2019 & 2018.
    • 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.
    • Candidates who have appeared in other University examinations and whose results have not yet been published may also apply for the "20% of seats".
    • Each candidate should apply in a separate single application form for applying more than one subject, if any.
    • Application Form to be submitted online.
    Application Fees: Relaxed for Pandemic situation in this year.

    + Intake Capacity

    Sl No. Subjects (Abbreviation) Seats
    1 Anthropology (ANTR) 27
    2 Bengali (BENG) 91
    3 Biochemistry (BIOC) 27
    4 Botany (BOT) 27
    5 Chemistry (CHEM) 35
    6 Commerce & Management (COMM) 58
    7 Computer Science (CS) 31
    8 Economics (ECO) 46
    9 Education (EDU) 62
    10 Electronics (ELEC) 27
    11 English (ENG) 51
    12 Film Studies (FS) 31
    13 Food & Nutrition (FN) 45
    14 Geography (GEO) 37
    15 Hindi (HIN) 46
    16 History (HIST) 77
    17 Journalism & Mass Communication (JMC) 40
    18 Master of Rural Studies (MRS) 31
    19 Mathematics (MATH) 46
    20 Microbiology (MICR) 19
    21 Philosophy (PHIL) 51
    22 Physics (PHY) 27
    23 Physiology (PHSL) 27
    24 Political Science (PLSA) 50
    25 Psychology (PSCH) 30
    26 Sanskrit (SANS) 66
    27 Sociology (SOC) 46
    28 Statistics (STAT) 38
    29 Zoology (ZOOL) 30
    30 Urdu 40

    + Fees Structure

    Tuition fee waiver for 50 meritorious students coming from difficult background. Tuition fee waiver for Physically challenged students.
    Group Name of the Postgraduate Course Fee (in Rs.)
    Group-A Bengali, Education, English, Hindi, History, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Urdu, Political Science Application/Prospectus Fee 400/-(SC/ST: 200/-)
    Admission Fee 1000/-
    Tuition fee
    (2 months)
    400/-
    Sports fee
    (once)
    150/-
    Library fee
    (once)
    500/-
    Library caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    500/-
    Development fee 2000/-
    Student Welfare fund 400/-
    Semester Examination fee
    (1st semester)
    500/-
    Semester fee
    1st semester)
    200/-
    Fees for Personal Insurance during the course 250/-
    Total 6300/- (for SC/ST 6100/-).
    Apart from this Rs. 350/- 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 Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Statistics, Food and Nutrition, Geography, Film Studies, Electronics, Economics, Computer Science, Master of Commerce 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 400/-
    Semester Examination fee
    1st semester)
    500/-
    Semester fee
    (1st semester)
    300/-
    Fees for Personal Insurance during the course 250/-
    Total 7600/- (for SC/ST 7400/-).
    Apart from this Rs. 350/- is to be paid for new Registration
    Group-C M.A./M.Sc. in
    Human Development
    Application/prospectus Fee 400/- (SC/ST: 200/-)
    Admission Fee 1000/-
    Self-financed course fees per semester 10000/-
    Sports fee
    (once)
    150/-
    Library fee
    (once)
    500/-
    Library caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    500/-
    Laboratory caution deposit
    (Refundable)
    1000/-
    Development fee 2000/-
    Student Welfare fund 400/-
    Semester Examination fee
    (1st semester)
    500/-
    Semester fee
    (1st semester)
    300/-
    Fees for Personal Insurance during the course 250/-
    Total 17000/- (for SC/ST 16800/-).
    Apart from this Rs. 350/- is to be paid for new Registration

    + Registration & Migration

    (Only for those who are from other recognized Universities)
    Candidates, from recognized Universities other than W.B.S.U., admitted to P.G. courses should submit the Migration Certificate form the last attended Institute at the time of admission.

    N.B.: Registration is essential for each and every candidate immediately after his/her admission to P.G. Course to avoid difficulties.
    Registration Fees Rs. 350/- only per student (for all categories of students)

    + Rules and Regulations in respect of Reserved Quota

    The following seats are reserved in each subject for the under mentioned categories as indicated in West Bengal Government Rule.
    • For SC/ST – 22% and 6% respectively of the total seats of the concerned subject.
      NB: SC/ST candidates should submit SC/ST certificate issued as per the West Bengal SC/ST (identification) Act 1994.
    • For Persons with Disability : reservation of 3% seats for PWD within each respective category (SC/ST, OBC-A, OBC-B) & unreserved of the concerned subject
      NB: Persons with disability candidates having degree of 40% and above should submit a certificate issued by the relevant Govt. Hospital.
    • For OBC-A/OBC-B : Implementation of reservation shall take effect from the Academic Session 2014-15 as per W.B. Govt. Rules in a phase-wise manner as given in relevant G.O.s and decided by the WBSU Council.
    • For Other Recognised University candidates : - Selection will be made strictly in order of merit on the basis of percentage of marks for 80% of seats(Category A) for WBSU students and rest 20% of seats (Category B) on the basis of subject wise Entrance Test for Non WBSU and WBSU Students.
    • Relaxation of cut-off marks for SC/ST/PWD/OBC-A/OBC-B candidates : As per University and Government rules vide Notification No.07/Edn)U)/IU-89/13 dt.2.1.14.
    • For availing any of the criteria as above at a, b and c is to be authenticated with valid documents from appropriate authority. Once a student declares the category (i.e., General, SC/ST/OBC/PH), it cannot be changed later.

    + Cancellation of Admission

    If any student remains absent from his/her classes continuously for fifteen days or thirty days (with interruptions) within the first two months from the date of his/her admission, his/her name will be automatically struck off the rolls. Fees submitted by the students at the time of admission shall also be forfeited. Application Fees once paid will not be refunded at any circumstances.

    + Academic Calendar

    The Post Graduate Departments of WBSU are following Semester system and monitoring the performance of the student by grading system of marks. Mid-term examination along with continuous assessment are being practiced for continuous improvement of the teaching-learning environment. The duration of the odd semester is usually from July to December (six months) and the even Semester is from January to June (six months). However the admission to the 1st semester courses depends on the publication of the results of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Hons.) part III examination. 1st Sem & 3rd Sem: Course of Studies: 1st July to 30th November; Recess/Exam. & Other related matters: 1st December to 15th January 2nd Sem & 4th Sem: Course of Studies: 16th January to 31st May; Recess/Exam. & Other related matters 1st June to 30th June.

    + How to Apply (BENGALI)

    + How to Apply (ENGLISH)

Contact detail
Information Office:
West Bengal State University Barasat, North 24 Parganas, PIN 700126

Postal Address of University Campus:
West Bengal State University (Barasat, North 24 Parganas) Berunanpukuria,
P.O. Malikapur, North 24-Parganas, Kolkata - 700126.

Telephone:
(Help desk Related to PG Online Application Process 2020, only Technical queries related to Application will be entertained)
033-25420274 (WBSU PG SECTION)
(Time: 10:00 A.M. to 05:00 P.M., Monday-Friday)

Email:
onlineadmission2017@gmail.com

Please send the E-mail along with the following details:
Registration ID, Name, Ph No., Problem facing, Applying for

For more information click here | Prospectus 2020
Source : wbsupgadmission.com

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