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Semester III Admission 2019-2020




Eligibility Criteria:

Following are the regulations observed by the University of North Bengal & Maynaguri College regarding admissions to Undergraduate studies:

1.    The best marks of five subjects (one of these being English) received by the candidate in the Higher Secondary or an equivalent examination will be taken into consideration while calculating the merit point of the candidate.

2.     As per University of North Bengal, the marks received in EVS will not be considered in this regard.

3.     Candidates who have passed H.S or equivalent exams between the years 2016 and 2019 will only be considered for admission.

4.     University of North Bengal has revised its regulations regarding admission in Honours subjects which are as follows :

 

For General Candidate :

a)       55% marks in the aggregate in 10+2 examinations; or

b)       50% marks in the aggregate with 60% marks in the subject.

 

For SC/ST candidate :

a)    50% marks in the aggregate in 10+2 examinations; or

b)   45% marks in the aggregate with 60% marks in the subject.

 

5.      Following is the method of calculating Merit points in the Merit lists for Honours Subjects:-

Merit= {Marks obtained in English + Marks obtained in the subject opted for Honours +best of other two subjects [excluding EVS, the subject opted for Honours and English]}/4.

 

 

6.          A candidate can apply in a subject (Except Geography) even if he/she did not have it in his/her H.S or any equivalent examination. The method of calculating the Merit point in such cases is as follows:

 

Merit={Marks obtained in English + Marks obtained in three other best of subjects excluding EVS}/4.

 

Note: This method will also apply in calculating Merit points in General courses.

 

 

 

7.      If any candidate fails to get admission in Honours Course, then he/she will not be admitted in General course, if he/she did not apply for both the Honours & General Courses, while filling up the Online Application form earlier. So it is advisable for a candidate to apply for both these courses while filling up the Online Application form.

8.      Online filling up of forms and corrections of errors in application forms must be completed within stipulated time.

9.       In the cases of SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B reservations, only the certificates issued by the SDOs will be considered valid.

10.   At the time of physical verification of credentials in the college, a set of following self attested testimonials must be submitted :

a)    One copy of Madhyamik Admit Card

b)    One copy of H.S Marksheet & Certificate

c)    One copy of H.S Registration Certificate

d)    One copy of Passport size photograph

e)    Printed copy of duly filled Application Form

f)     Student’s own Caste / PH Certificate from appropriate authority as per Govt. Rule. 

g)    Copies of Payment Receipts (both online Application & Admission fees)

h) Anti-ragging Undertaking(How to fill Anti-ragging Undertaking ), to generate Anti-ragging Undertaking  click  here http://antiragging.in/home.aspx

Original copies of the above documents are mandatory to be produced at the time of Physical Verification. Print copy of Anti-ragging Undertaking should be submitted to the college authority within 7 (Seven) days after admission. Failure of submission of the Anti-ragging undertaking the admission shall be cancelled.

 

Note: A candidate's admission will stand cancelled if any discrepancy is found between the data provided by him/her during the Online Application and the original documents produced by him/her at the time of physical verification at the college. If a candidate or his/her legal guardian is absent on the day of physical verification then his/her admission claim shall stand cancelled.

 

11.  The fee per application form is Rs. 100. A candidate can apply for maximum three Honours subjects and three General combinations in a single form.

 

12.    CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

 

Ø COURSE STRUCTURE:

The HONOURS PROGRAM course shall be designed as having 140 credits delivered in six (06) semesters with 1950 marks.

The PROGRAM course shall be designed as having 120 credits delivered in six (06) semesters with 1800 marks.

Each Course shall be of 75 marks each except that AECC l(ENVS) will be of 100 Marks and AECC 2 (English/MIL Communication) will be of 50 marks.

 

At the time of admission, a student will identify an Honours Program (total 140 Credits) / Program Course (total 120 Credits) in which he/ she/ transgender shall concentrate. Apart from the Discipline specific Core Course he / she I transgender will have to select Generic Elective courses. He / she / transgender will also have to select Discipline Specific Elective courses, Ability Enhancement Core Courses and Skill Enhancement Courses from the provided pool of choices.

 

Ø OUTLINES OF CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM:

1.  Discipline specific Core Course (DSC) The course designed for papers under this category aim to cover the basics that a student is expected to imbibe in that particular discipline. A course, which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core requirement is termed as a Core course.

 

2.  Elective Course: Generally a course which can be chosen from a pool of courses and which may be very specific or specialized or advanced or supportive to the discipline/ subject of study or which provides an extended scope or which enables an exposure to some other discipline/subject/domain or nurtures the candidate's proficiency/skill is called an Elective Course.

2.1 Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course: An Elective course offered under the main discipline/subject of study is referred to as Discipline Specific Elective.

2.2 Generic Elective (GE) Course: An Elective course chosen from an unrelated discipline/subject, with an intention to seek exposure beyond discipline/s of choice is called a Generic Elective. The purpose of this category of this courses is to offer the students the option to explore disciplines of interest beyond the choices they make in Core and Discipline Specific Elective courses.

3.  Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC): The Ability Enhancement (AE) Courses may be of two kinds: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC).

3.1 Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC): These courses are based upon the content that leads knowledge enhancement,(l)Environmental Science and (2)English /MIL Communication.

3.2 Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC): These courses may be chosen from a pool of courses designed to provide value-based and/or skill-based knowledge and should contain both theory and laboratory/hands on training/field work. The prime purpose of these courses is to provide students life-skills in hands-on mode so as to increase their employability.

4.  Practical/Tutorials (One each with every discipline specific core and discipline/generic specific Elective course): Practical means Laboratory or field exercises in which the student has to do experiments or other practical work of two hour duration. Tutorial means special instructions based on the Lectures.

5.  CURRICULUM:

The subjects and papers for the course shall be recommended by the Board of Under-Graduate Studies in each respective subject from time to time in accordance with the rules of the University of North Bengal.

 

i) Scheme for CBCS in B.A. /B.Sc. /B.Com. /B.B.A. & B.C.A. Honours Program

Year

Semester

Discipline Specific Core Course

(DSC)

 

Ability Enhancement          Compulsory Course

(AECC)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC)

Discipline Specific Elective Course

(DSE)

Generic Elective Course

(GE)

 

1

 

1

Paper - 1

AECC-1

 

 

GE - 1

Paper 1

Paper - 2

 

2

Paper – 3

AECC-2

 

 

GE – 1

Paper - 2

Paper - 4

2

 

3

Paper - 5

 

SEC

Paper - 1

 

GE – 2

Paper  - 1

Paper - 6

Paper - 7

 

4

Paper - 8

 

SEC

Paper - 2

 

GE – 2

Paper  - 2

Paper - 9

Paper - 10

3

5

Paper - 11

 

 

DSE Paper - 1

 

Paper – 12

DSE Paper - 2

6

Paper – 13

 

 

DSE Paper – 3

 

Paper – 14

DSE Paper - 4

 

·    Students pursuing DSC in a particular subject will have to opt for SEC and DSE in the same subject

·    GE Course subject must be different from DSC Course subject.

Practical/ Tutorial: Every Discipline specific Core, Discipline Specific Elective and Generic Elective Course will have one Practical/ Tutorial. Wherever there is a Practical, there will be no Tutorial and Vice Versa.

 

ii) Scheme for CBCS in B.A. Program

Year

Semester

Discipline specific Core Course

(DSC)

Language Core Course

(LCC 1)

Language Core Course

 (LCC 2)

Ability Enhancement          Compulsory Course

(AECC)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC)

Discipline Specific Elective Course

(DSE)

Generic Elective Course

(GE)

 

1

 

1

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-1)

Bengali /

Sanskrit/

Nepali/Hindi

(Paper-1)

 

AECC-1

 

 

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-1)

 

2

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-2)

 

English

(Paper-1)

AECC-2

 

 

 

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-2)

2

 

3

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-3)

Bengali /

Sanskrit/

Nepali/Hindi

(Paper-2)

 

 

SEC 1

Paper-1

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-3)

 

4

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-4)

 

English

(Paper-2)

 

SEC 1

Paper-2

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-4)

3

5

 

 

 

 

SEC 2

Paper-1

DSE 1

Paper 1

GE-1

(Paper-1)

DSE 2

Paper 1

6

SEC 2

Paper-2

DSE 1

Paper 2

GE-1

(Paper-2)

DSE 2

Paper 2

 

·     DSE 1 and SEC 1 Course subject will be the same as DSC 1 course subject & DSE 2 and SEC 2 Course subject will be the same as DSC 2 course subject.

·     GE 1 Course subject must be different from DSC 1 and DSC 2 Course subject.

Practical/ Tutorial: Every Discipline specific Core, Discipline Specific and Generic Elective Course will have one Practical/ Tutorial. Wherever there is a Practical, there will be no Tutorial and Vice Versa.

iii) Scheme for CBCS in B.Sc. Program

 

Year

 

Semester

 

 

Discipline specific Core Course (DSC)

Ability Enhancement          Compulsory Course

(AECC)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC)

Discipline Specific Elective Course

(DSE)

 

1

 

1

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-1)

AECC-1

 

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-1)

Discipline Specific Core 3 (Paper-1)

 

2

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-2)

AECC-2

 

 

 

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-2)

Discipline Specific Core 3 (Paper-2)

2

 

3

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-3)

 

SEC 1

Paper-1

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-3)

Discipline Specific Core 3 (Paper-3)

 

4

Discipline Specific Core 1 (Paper-4)

 

SEC 1

Paper-2

 

Discipline Specific Core 2 (Paper-4)

Discipline Specific Core 3 (Paper-4)

3

5

 

 

SEC 2

Paper-1

DSE 1

Paper 1

DSE 2

Paper 1

DSE 3

 Paper 1

6

SEC 2

Paper-2

DSE 1

Paper 2

DSE 2

Paper 2

DSE 3

Paper 2

 

·          DSE 1 Course subject will be the same as DSC 1 course subject & DSE 2 course subject will be the same as DSC 2 course subject and DSE 3 course subject will be same DSC 3 course subject.

·          SEC 1   and SEC 2 Course subject could be chosen from any of the 3 DSC course subject taken above.

·          Practical/ Tutorial: Every Discipline specific Core and Discipline Specific Elective Course will have one Practical/ Tutorial. Wherever there is a Practical, there will be no Tutorial and Vice Versa.

 

 

13.  Following is the fee structure for admission in the B.A/B.Sc courses :

 

Sl No

Subject / Course

Fees

1

Bengali Honours

2,805.00

2

English Honours

4,305.00

3

Geography Honours

4,065.00

4

History Honours

2,805.00

5

Political Science Honours

2,805.00

6

Philosophy  Honours

3,305.00

7

Sanskrit Honours

3,305.00

8

Mathematics Honours

6,305.00

9

B.A General

2,205.00

10

Geography General

2,525.00

11

Physical Education General

6,205.00

12

B.Sc General

3,005.00


Note: If the applicant has selected a combination containing Education as a subject then Rs 500 (Five Hundred Only) will be added with Admission Fees

COURSE COMBINATIONS/BASKETS

(The following Discipline specific Course subject and Generic Elective Course Subject combinations are to be strictly followed)

 

B. A. HONOURS PROGRAM COURSE (SELECT ANY ONE COURSE)

 

Bengali

English

Geography

History

Sanskrit

Philosophy

Political Science

 

Two Generic Elective Courses (GE) to be selected as any ONE from each basket below for BA Honours Program and SEC course will be same as DSC course

 

Group A

GroupB

Bengali

Geography

English

Education

Economics

Philosophy

History

Political Science

Sanskrit

 

 

B.A. PROGRAM COURSE

A)     Discipline Specific Courses (DSC) and Generic Elective (GE) Course subject: Select any Three Course subiect (taking any one Course subject each from any two group as DSC and any one Course subject from remaining one group as GE of the 3 groups below and SEC course subject will be same as DSC course subject):

 

Group A

Group B

Group C

Bengali

History

Geography

English

Philosophy

Physical Education

Sanskrit

Education

Political Science

 

Economics

Sociology

 

 

 

FOR B.SC. HONOURS PROGRAM AND PROGRAM COURSES

 

 

For B.Sc. Honours Program: - Mathematics

 

For B.Sc. Program:- Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry