Eligibility for Admission
Regulation for Admission to the Three-Year B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (Honours and General) courses of studies
1. A candidate who has passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) or its equivalent examination is eligible to seek admission to the 1st year of the 3-year B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (Honours/General/Major) or B.Mus. (Honours & General) course of studies provided he/she has also passed in English having full marks not being less than 100.
However, no candidate shall be allowed for admission after a lapse of more than 3 years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination or discontinuation of recognized regular Course of Study after passing the previous qualifying examination.
The year of admission shall not be taken into account while calculating 3 years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination.
For the purpose of determining eligibility for admission to the Honours Course, aggregate marks shall be calculated by adding the marks in top four subjects in order aggregate marks secured by a candidate. However, marks in compulsory Environmental Education/Studies shall not be taken into account for calculation of aggregate marks. If the subject ‘Environmental Studies’ is studied as an elective subject of 100 marks, may be taken into account for the purpose of determining the aggregate marks.
2. (a) A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must obtained:
(i) A minimum of 50%bmarks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination. (In case of B.Mus. (Honours), 45% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the subject Music in the pre-qualifying examination)
(ii) 55% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination. (In case of B.Mus. (Honours) 50% marks in the subject at the previous qualifying examination)
(iii) 50% marks in the aggregate when the candidate has not studied the subject in his/her previous qualifying examination provided all other clauses are satisfied. (In case of B.Mus. (Honours) 45% marks in the aggregate when the candidate has not studied the subject Music in the pre-qualifying examination. Candidates shall be admitted on the basis of the admission test to be conducted by the College authority concerned.)
(b) However, candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste or the Scheduled Tribe Community taking up Honours Course of Study must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate or 40% marks in the subject or related subjects at the previous qualifying examination, as the case may be.
1. Students who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) examination or its equivalent from All India Boards/Councils (i.e., CBSE, ISC and national Institute of Open Schooling) need not require to submit the Migration Certificate for getting Registration under this University.
2. For the B.A./B.Sc. (Honours/General/Major) Course of Studies a candidate is required to choose his/her Honours and two/three elective subjects, as the case may be, from among Group – I to VIII as follows by taking not more than one subject from any of the groups mentioned hereunder:
Gr.I: Physics, Zoology, Education, Home Science Extension Education, social Science, Film Studies, Physical Education, Human Rights, Russian, Women Studies
Gr.II: Human Development, History, Ancient Indian and World History, Islamic History & Culture, Mathematics, Environmental Science
Gr.III: Chemistry, Sociology, Defense Studies, Music, Household Art, Pali, Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, Bio-chemistry
Gr.IV: Botany, Economics, Food and Nutrition
Gr.V: Geology, Political Science, Electronics<br/>
Gr.VI: Geography, Molecular Biology, Psychology, Philosophy, Microbiology, Journalism & Mass communication
Gr.VII: Statistics, Physiology, English
Gr.VIII: Anthropology, Computer Science, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, French, Linguistics
A candidate shall be allowed to take up the subject(s) under heading “A” if he/she had passed the subject(s) under heading “B” at the previous qualifying examination.
|Sl. No||A||Sl. No||B|
|1.||Mathematics||1.||Mathematics / Business Mathematics|
|2.||Physics||2.||Physics and Mathematics|
|4.||Zoology||4.||Zoology / Botany / Bio-Technology|
|5.||Botany||5.||Botany / Biology / Bio-Technology|
|6.||Commerce||6.||Accountancy / Business Economics including Business Mathematics / Business Organisation / Mathematics / Economics / Statistics / Commerce / Accounts / Business studies / Financial Accounting / Office Practice and Secretarial / Elements of Cost Accountancy and Auditing / Book Keeping / Business Mathematics / Cost Accountancy and Principle of Management|
SOME SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO HONOURS COURSES AS FOLLOWS:
- B.Com Honours Course in “Accounting and Finance” or “Marketing”, the word ‘subject’ or ‘related subject’ shall mean the following:Accountancy, Business Economics including Business Mathematics, Business Organisation, Mathematics, Business Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Business Studies, Office Practice and secretarial, financial Accounting, Elements of Cost Accountancy and Auditing, Book Keeping, commerce, cost Accountancy & Principle of Management.
- Economics: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Economics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the H.S. Examination (10+2) level from West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination in mathematics/Business mathematics. (Students who have passed Business Economics including Business Mathematics in H.S. (10+2) level from West Bengal Council of H.S. Education are not eligible for admission in the Honours Course in Economics).
- Mathematics: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Mathematics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination. A candidate who has passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for admission to Mathematics Honours Course.
- Chemistry: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Chemistry if he/she has passed in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination.
- Education: The subject Psychology / Philosophy / Mathematics / Sociology / Economics / Political Science / History be treated as related subject.
- Philosophy: The subject Psychology be treated as related subject.
- Zoology: The subject Biology / Bio-Technology be treated as related subject.