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    (Academic Session 2016-2017)

     

            

     

    Guidelines for the Applicants

    1. Students must apply through ONLINE for Honours and General/Pass courses. Visit our website (www.saldihacollege.com).

    2. Incomplete applications are liable to be summarily rejected.

    3. In case of grading system in 10+2 result, the applicants must obtain the percentage of marks for their grades mentioned in the mark sheets otherwise against the grade the minimum marks in the range (mentioned against the grade) will be considered for the calculation.

    4. Total intake capacity printed in the Prospectus for each course.

    5. It is mandatory for all admitted students to be present in the class for at least seven days out of first two weeks of commencement of class.

    6. Applicants are advised to visit our website: www.saldihacollege.com for any updates (inclusion/omission) at regular intervals.

    7. Candidates must be very careful during entry of the marks obtained in the last qualifying examinations on the basis of which merit list will be prepared. No claim shall be entertained for data entry mistakes committed by the applicant at the time of applying online.

    8. Merit list for admission to various undergraduate courses will be made based on the results of 10+2 or equivalent examination. Merit list will be prepared on the basis of aggregate marks of best five/four subjects (in terms of marks obtained).

    9. RESERVATION GUIDELINES FOR THE APPLICANTS 

              ►Reservation for SC, ST, OBC & DA (previously PWD) (Differently able) candidates:

    Reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/Differently able candidates shall be as per Government rules as applicable at the time of admission. As per the order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, reservation for OBC candidates shall not include socially advanced persons (commonly known as the ‘creamy layer’). The onus of establishing that an OBC candidate does not belong to the ‘creamy layer’ shall rest with the candidate.

    Certificates in respect of SC/ST/OBC/Differently able candidates should be issued by appropriate authorities authorized by the respective Government in this regard within their respective jurisdictions (e.g. District Magistrate/District Collector/ Additional District Magistrate/Sub-Divisional Officer/Sub-Divisional Magistrate/ Deputy Collector/Executive Magistrate/Taluka Magistrate/Stipendiary Assistant Commissioner (not below the rank of First Class Magistrate)/Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate/Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar/Deputy Commissioners/First Class Stipendary Magistrate/Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta/Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta/Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta/Collector of Stamp Revenue, Calcutta/Deputy Collector of Land Revenue, Calcutta). Certificates issued by an appropriate authority, who have been authorized by the Government to issue such certificates in case of candidates claiming to be Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates and ordinarily residing within such jurisdictions, may only be accepted

     

    ►Differently Able Persons (Certificates from at least Sub-Divisional level Govt. hospitals are necessary) Minimum degree of disability should be 40% in order to be eligible for any benefits.

     

    ►Orthopedically Handicapped/Locomotor disability/Cerebral Palsy

    The Orthopedically handicapped are those who have a physical defect or deformity which causes an interference with the normal functioning of the bones, muscles and joints. All cases of orthopedically handicapped persons would be covered under this category.

     

    Visually Handicapped (Blind and partially blind)

    A person inflicted with any of the following disabilities shall be considered:

    i) Total absence of sight

    ii) With visual acuity not exceeding 6/60 or 20/200 (Snellen) in the better eye with correcting   lenses

    iii)  With limitation of the field of vision subtending an angle of 20 degrees or worse

    The Visually Handicapped (VH) candidates should posses the latest certificates issued by an authorized hospital under the Govt. of India/State Governments.

    Hearing Impairment/Deafness

    The deaf are those in whom the sense of hearing is non-functional for ordinary purposes of life. They do not hear or understand sounds at all events with amplified speech. The cases included in this category will be those having hearing loss for more than 60 decibels in the better ear (profound impairment) or total loss of hearing in both ears.

    Certificate of Category (SC/ST/OBC/PWD etc) must be produced during verification in  college office. If a candidate fails to produce the above certificate, he/she will be dropped  from the panel and the next candidate in the panel will be given the chance.

    •  Not more than one type of relaxation shall be granted to any candidate.

     

    10. Registration fee for Honours only: Rs.150/- (Including Banking Charge)

                                                 General Course only: Rs.150/- (Including Banking Charge)

                                                 Honours +General Course both: Rs. 250/- (Including Banking Charge)

     

    11.  Admission fees are depending on courses/subjects taken.

                                                                For B.A. honours     :  Rs. 2330/-

                                                 For B. Sc honours    :  Rs. 3285/-

                                                 For B.A. Pass             :  Rs. 2080/-

                                                 For B. Sc Pass            :  Rs. 2840/-

                                                    For B.Com. Pass       :  Rs. 2080/-

     

    12. How to apply.

     

                 

           ONLINE APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

     

           Candidates have to apply through our online application system (www.saldihacollege.com).

    The online application allows the candidate to provide all information and keep Following items in your hand before applying

                1. Mobile No.

             2. HS Registration No.

             2. Scanned Photograph (less than 30kb size)

             3. Scanned Signature (less than 20kb size)

             4. Credit Card, Net Banking or ATM-cum-Debit Card if available.

     

    Details of the courses, eligibility criteria and relevant information are available in this prospectus and college website.

     

    The registration fee & Admission fees in case of an online application may be paid by any one of the following ways:

     

    i. Candidate can make the payment online via Bank Portal using any of the online payment methods of Net Banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, Cash Card, Payment Through Mobiles (A nominal TDR charge would be applicable). [NT: Applicants are requested to fill the require field very carefully] 

     

    Candidates would get INSTANT confirmation of their payments and submissions when they pay through online payment methods as listed.

     

    ii. In case a candidate does not have access to an online payment method he or she can deposit the required amount at the AXIS BANK LTD. using a College Challan Generated Online: Details of the Bank will be printed in  the Challan.

     

    Prospective candidates are advised to visit our college website (www.saldihacollege.com) notice board at regular intervals for updates.

     

    13.   An applicant can choose at most three honours subjects after completion of registration process.

     

    14.   After taking admission in honours subject, candidates are required to choose two elective subjects. The                    combination groups for choosing elective subjects of the honours subjects are as follows:

     

    Combination of Subjects

    For Honours Course Students are required to take Honours along with two elective combinations from the following groups:

    HONOURS

    SUBJECT

    Combination Groups

    Elective Subjects (any two )

      HONOURS

        SUBJECT

    Combination Groups

     Elective Subjects

    BENGALI

    BENG HONS

    Any two form List-A except Bengali.

    CHEMISTRY

    CHEM HONS

    Physics, Mathematics

     

    ENGLISH

    ENG HONS

    Any two form List-A except English.

    PHYSICS

    PHYS HONS

    Chemistry, Mathematics

     

    HISTORY

    HIST HONS

    Any two form List-A except History.

    MATHS

    MATH HONS

    Chemistry, Physics

     

    ECONOMICS

    ECON HONS

    Any two form List-A except Economics.

    ZOOLOGY

    ZOO HONS

    Botany, Physiology or Chemistry

    POL. SCIENCE

    POL SC HONS

    Any two form 

    List-A except Pol. Science

     

     

     

    SANSKRIT

    SNS HONS

    Any two form  List-A  except Sanskrit

       ** List-A - Bengali, English, History, Economics, Pol. Science, Sanskrit, Santali, and Geography

     

    For General Course: - B.A (Combination Gr.: A):  Students may take any three

                                                                                              combinations from List-A.

                                B. Sc Pure (Combination Gr.: PURE SC):  Chemistry, Physics,  

                                                                                        Mathematics.

       B.Sc. Bio (Combination Gr.: BIO SC):  Zoology, Botany, Physiology,

                Chemistry (any three).

     

    15.   A candidate may take advantage of changing hounours subject (one time) after taking admission, if his/her name will be enlisted in the corresponding merit list.  For changing honours subjects, candidates are required to deposit fee of Rs. 100/- for changing honours subject.

    16.   Admitted Boys (Especially SC/ST students) and Girls Students are requested to visit college office for Hostel admission. Hostel fees are listed in the last page.

    17.   Rights of cancellation or selection/admission lie with the Admission Committee of the Institute concerned.

    18.  After depositing admission fees for honours subject, candidates are required to visit college for verification along with all testimonials and original documents within next two working days to complete the admission process.

    19.  If a candidate gives wrong information or misguides the college, then his/her admission will be cancelled and the admission fees will be forfeited.

     

                 Academic discipline

    (1) According to the guidelines framed by the University of Burdwan, a student will have to attend at least 75% of their classes to appear as a regular student in the Final Examination. (2) Student having attendance less than 75% but above 60% will be declared NON-COLLEGIATE. However, they will be allowed to sit for the Final Examination with a fine specified by the college. (3) Students are expected to pay respect and extend co-operation to Teaching and Non-teaching staff. (4) Students should keep the college campus clean. (5) Students must not loiter in the verandah in front of the running class room. (6) Every student should bring his/ her identity card without fail while coming to the college and present it when required. (7) Students are directed to go through the Notice Board regularly.

     

    Admission Criteria & Intake Capacity

     

    Sl. No.

    Subject

    Eligibility Criteria

    Intake Capacity

    UR

    SC

    ST

    OBC-A

    OBC-B

    Total

    1.

    BENGALI (H)

    45% in aggregate and 45% in Bengali at 10+2 level.

    53

    19

    5

    6

    4

    87

    2.

    ENGLISH (H)

    45% in aggregate and 45% in English at 10+2 level.

    48

    18

    5

    6

    4

    81

    3.

    SANSKRIT (H)

    45% in aggregate and 45% in Sanskrit at 10+2 level.

    53

    19

    5

    6

    4

    87

    4.

    HISTORY (H)

    45% in aggregate at 10+2 level.

     

    48

    18

    5

    6

    4

    81

    5.

    POL. SCI. (H)

    45% in aggregate at 10+2 level.

    31

    11

    3

    4

    3

    52

    6.

    ECONOMICS (H)

    45% in aggregate and pass marks in Mathematics/Business Mathematics at 10+2 level.

    35

    13

    3

    4

    3

    58

    7.

    PHYSICS (H)

    45% in aggregate, 50% in Physics, pass marks in Mathematics and Chemistry at 10+2 level.

    19

    7

    2

    2

    2

    32

    8.

    CHEMISTRY (H)

    45% in aggregate, 50% in Chemistry, pass marks in Mathematics and Physics at 10+2 level.

    23

    8

    2

    3

    2

    38

    9.

    MATHEMATICS (H)

    45% in aggregate, 50% in Mathematics, pass marks in Physics and Chemistry at 10+2 level.

    22

    8

    2

    3

    2

    37

    10.

    ZOOLOGY (H)

    45% in aggregate, 45% in Biological Science and pass marks in Chemistry at 10+2 level.

    16

    6

    2

    2

    1

    27