Admission Rules

a)Only those students who have passed the H.S. Examination of the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or equivalent Degree as recognised by the University of North Bengal are eligible for admission in degree course. Admission to all Honours Course will be based strictly on merit.

b)Merit shall be calculated as per the following formula.

Merit=2S+T/6

T= Marks obtained in English + marks obtained in the subject opted for Honours +best marks of other two subjects excluding EVS and the subject opted for Honours.

S = Marks obtained in the subject opted for Honours. If the candidate does not have the specific subject opted for Honours in his / her previous Course, the procedure for Merit Calculation will be as follows,

Merit = T /4 T = marks obtained in English + best of other three subjects excluding EVS.

i) No Admission shall take place after expiry of the Last date of admission.

ii) A candidate prosecuting Honours in a subject shall not be allowed to take up the same subject as elective.

iii) A candidate prosecuting Honours in a Language subject shall not be allowed to take up another Language subject as elective. As per G. O. No. WB (part -i) / 98/ SAR-354 dated Tuesday, September, 1995 order and notifications by the Governor of West Bengal /Government of West Bengal Scheduled caste and Tribes welfare Department, Writers Building, Calcutta-i ”For admission to the Course B. A. (Hons.) B.Sc. (Hons.) B.Com. (Hons.), SC of ST candidates getting admission should have in the Previous examinations qualifying marks, which are not lower by more than 25% form the marks obtained, by the last candidate of the general
category. A candidates included in the general merit list will not be counted as reserved category.

c) Intake Capacity In Different Honours Courses :-
English [ 92 ], Bengali [ 92 ], History [ 75 ], Pol. Sc. [ 75 ], Philosophy [ 45 ], Urdu [ 40 ], Geography Honours[ 15 ], Geography General[ 30 ],Accountancy [ 100 ], Mathematics [ 15 ]

d) Constitutional benefit of 15% reservation is allowed to S.C. and 7.30% to S.T,3% to PH. Students.

e) Each applicant has to apply in the prescribed Admission Form and has to submit the following papers along with his/her application form (duly filled in);

CHANGE OF COMBINATION SUBJECTS

Henceforth no change of subjects, and change form General to Honours Category and vice versa shall be granted after the filling in the Registration Forms, by the candidates of the respective Colleges, any change undertaken by the Colleges, in this matter shall indicate violation of University Statute, Regulation, Rules, Guidelines and Circulars etc. on the Colleges

ATTENDANCE
A degree student must attend at least 75% of the classes held during the entire period of his/her course of study to be eligible for appearing at the University Examination as a Collegiate student / Attendance of above 60% but below 75% enables a student to be non- Collegiate.

DISCONTINUANCE OF STUDY AND MIGRATION

An withdrawal fee which is same as admission fee is to be paid for effecting withdrawal of studies. Withdrawal is permitted if all the other fees have been cleared till the month in which such application is sub- mitted by the student seeking migration.