Acharya Prafulla Chandra Roy
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- A student may be admitted to B. Sc. 3-Years Degree Course (Honours) after passing the Higher Secondary Examination in general stream conducted by WBCHSE in (10+2) pattern after a period of 12 years study OR an Examination recognized as equivalent by the university (Indian School Certificate, CBSE) provided he/she has PASSED IN AT LEAST FOUR (04) SUBJECTS WITH ENGLISH AS COMPULSORY SUBJECT, EXCLUDING ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES/ Science/ Education.
- All students who passed the 10+2 examination before 2017 shall be admitted in terms of pre amended Regulations.
- Those candidates who would obtain either:
(i) 55% MARKS IN AGGREGATE or (ii) 50% IN AGGREGATE WITH 60 % IN SUBJECT shall be eligible to apply for the admission to Honours course in the subject concerned.
For SC and ST candidates:
(i) 50% MARKS IN AGGREGATE or (ii) 45% IN AGGREGATE WITH 60% IN SUBJECT shall be eligible to apply for the admission to Honours course in the subject concerned.
- In the matter of eligibility to apply for admission to Honours courses 54.5% marks or above shall be treated as 55% marks, 59.5% marks or above shall be treated as 60% marks and 49.5% marks or above shall be treated as 50 % marks.
- No candidate SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE UP ANY SUBJECT in B. Sc. Course if he/she HAS FAILED TO PASS IN THE CORRESPONDING SUBJECT at the Higher secondary examination (10+2) recognized by University (except for Computer Science, Microbiology, Bio-technology and such other inter-disciplinary subjects).
- No candidate SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE UP PHYSICS HONS/GEN SUBJECT if he/she HAS FAILED TO PASS IN THE MATH & CHEMISTRY ALONG WITH PHYSICS.
- No candidate SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE UP CHEMISTRY HONS/GEN SUBJECT if he/she HAS FAILED TO PASS IN THE MATH & PHYSICS ALONGWITH CHEMISTRY.
- No candidate SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE UP ZOOLOGY/BOTANY HONS/GEN SUBJECT if he/she HAS FAILED TO PASS IN THE BIOLOGY.
- While taking elective subjects, availability of the said subjects in the concerned colleges shall be taken into consideration.
- No Candidate shall be allowed to take up more than one of the following Language subject as elective: English, Bengali, Hindi, Nepali, Arabic, Urdu, Sanskrit, Modern Tibetan and such other subjects as may be introduced by the University from time to time.
- A candidate prosecuting Honours in a subject shall not be allowed to take up the same subject as elective.
- 22% and 6 % Seats shall be kept reserved for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates respectively in all subjects (Ref No. 905-TW/EC/SC/O/MR-1/95(T) dated Calcutta, The 12th Sep, 1995 vide SC & ST Welfare Dept. Govt. of WB). A fraction of 0.5 and above shall be treated as one seat.
- Separate merit list shall be prepared for each subject to fill up the seats reserved for the SC & ST respectively.
- SC & ST candidates who have been placed in the General Merit List to fill up Unreserved Seats shall not be taken into account in the reserved lists for Sc & ST.
- An SC/ST candidate getting admission should have in the previous examination qualifying marks which are not lower by more than 25% from the marks obtained by the last candidate of the unreserved category.
- An SC/ST candidate seeking admission should have marks as prescribed by the University for getting into admission.
- Seat reserved for SC candidates and remaining unfilled may be filled in by ST candidates and vice versa.
- For getting the benefit of reservation one candidate will have to produce a statutory caste certificate obtained from the competent authority and he/she can claim such benefit only from the date of obtaining that certificate.
- Competent Authorities for issuance of statutory caste certificate: (Ref No.1465-BCW/MR-67/10 dated Calcutta, The 30th April, 2010 vide SC & ST Welfare Dept. Govt. of WB).
- Additional District Magistrate,
- Sub-Divisional Officer,
for candidates ordinarily residing within such jurisdiction.
- Benefit of reservation can be claimed by a reserved candidate only from his/her State of Origin, not from the State he/she may migrate.
- Benefit of reservation can be claimed only from the date of obtaining that certificate.
- 03% Seats shall be kept reserved for persons with disabilities candidates. (G.O. No. 2398-A/9R-1a/05 dated Kolkata, 22/06/2005).
- Disabilities means: Blindness, Low Vision, Leprosy Cured, Hearing Impaired, Locomotors Disability, Mental Retardation and Mental Illness.
- Selection of candidate for undergraduate classes:
Candidates will be selected according to their merit for each Honours subject separately. For this a separate merit list will be prepared for each Honours subject from the applicants in order of merit, the criteria having the Merit Point.
Calculation of Merit Point:
Merit Point = (2S + T)/6
T = Marks secured by a candidate at the HS or equivalent examination in English + Marks obtained in the subject opted for Honours + best marks of only other two subjects (excluding the marks secured in Environmental Studies/ Science/ Education and the Subject opted for Honours). S = Marks obtained in the Subject opted for Honours.
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