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Monday, July 9, 2018

2018 Heramba Chandra College UG Admission Notification



Heramba Chandra College is one of the most searched colleges in Kolkata as well as West Bengal for admission to undergraduate general courses. In this article you will get complete information related to online submission of application form, last date of submission, honours subjects offered, eligibility criteria, merit list publication etc of the college in year 2018.

Important Documents to be produced during Verification


 All the Documents in Original must be carried by the Candidate. To be Submitted :
 1. Fees Deposition Receipt 
2. 2 (two)unattested photocopies of Admit Card of Secondary Examination 
3. 2 (two)unattested photocopies of Mark sheet of Secondary Examination 
4. 2 (two)unattested photocopies of Admit Card of Higher Secondary Examination 
5. 2 (two)unattested photocopies of Mark sheet of Higher Secondary Examination 
6. 2 (two) copies of passport size coloured photos (wearing light coloured dress) 
7. 2 (two) copies of stamp size coloured photos (wearing light coloured dress) 
8. Migration Certificate in Original (where applicable) 
9. Unattested photocopy of Caste Certificate (where applicable) 
10.Board Authentication Certificate for Other State Students

Urgent Notice


All the verification process for 3rd and 4th lists are postponed till further notice. The verification of the certificates of outstanding sports persons in also postponed till further notice.

Fifth Merit List

Fourth Merit List


Third Merit List

Second Merit List


First Merit List




Important Dates

Online application will start on: 08.06.2018

Online application will ends on: 13.06.2018

Merit list of all applicants: XX.XX.XXXX

1st Merit List: 18 June 2018 at 6.00 PM



Courses Offered

B.Com
B.Sc
B.A
Honours in Accountancy &
Honours in Economics
Honours in Bengali
Finance
Honours in Marketing
Honours in Geography
Honours in Education
General Course
Honours in English
Honours in History
Honours in Political
Science


Eligibility Criteria for Online Admission 2018
B.Com. Honours and General Course:

General Category
OBC Category
SC/ST of West
Physically



Bengal Origin
Challenged(Note




6)and Outstanding




Sports Person (See




Note 2 below)





Honours
70% in aggregate
63% in aggregate
52% in aggregate
52%in aggregate
(See Note 3 below)
(See Note 5 below)
(See Note 3
and 48% in any


AND 65% in any
AND 58% in any
below) and 48% in
subject mentioned in
B.Com
subject mentioned in
subject mentioned
any subject
Note 1 below


1 below


Note 1 below
in Note 1 below
mentioned in Note







50% in aggregate
43% in aggregate
37% in aggregate
37% in aggregate
General
(See Note 3 below)
(See Note 5 below)
(See Note 4
AND at least Pass
AND at least Pass
AND at least Pass
below) AND at
in any subject
in any subject
in any subject
least Pass in any
mentioned in Note 1
B.Com
mentioned in Note 1
mentioned in Note
subject mentioned
below
below
1 below
in Note 1 below










Note: 1.
The word 'Subject' or 'related subject' for B. Com Honours shall mean: Accountancy/ Business Economics including Business Mathematics/ Mathematics/ Economics / Statistics/ Commerce/Accounts/ Business Studies/ Financial Accounting/ Elements of Cost Accountancy and Auditing/ Book Keeping/ Business Mathematics/ Cost Accountancy and Principle of Management/ Commercial Law and preliminaries of Auditing/ Costing and Taxation.
Note:2
Outstanding Sports Person means a Person who has represented the State or Nation in the National or International level sports in one or more of the events specified bellow within preceding three years, i.e. not before 01.01.2014.
1.
Football
11.
Chess
21.
Handball
2.
Cricket
12.
Water Polo
22.
Net Ball
3.
Hockey
13.
Boxing
23.
Ball Badminton
4.
Badminton
14.
Kho Kho
24.
Best Physique
5.
Table Tennis
15.
Kabadi
25.
Shooting
6.
Lawn Tennis
16.
Archery
26.
Power Lifting
7.
Athletics
17.
Basket Ball
27.
Weight Lifting
8.
Swimming
18.
Volley Ball
28.
Wrestling
9.
Diving
19.
Judo
29.
Rugby
10. Rowing
20.
Gymnastic


If selected for admission, such Sports persons must produce Certificate (s) in Original from appropriate authority, which will be adequately verified from such authority before admitting those sports persons. If at the time of verification, any of those certificates are found to be false, admission shall be cancelled and complaint will be lodged in the appropriate forum.
Note: 3
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 HS or equivalent examinations, in order of 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 Science”is studied as an elective subject of 1003marks, may be taken into account for the purpose of determining the aggregate marks.
Note: 4
(4)As per order no. BC/16014/82-SC & BCD-1, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of a particular State will be entitled to concessions/benefits admissible to the Scheduled Castes/ Tribes from her/his State of origin only. Therefore, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of West Bengal State only are entitled to relaxation in eligibility criteria regarding admission and reservation of seats. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes from States other than West Bengal are not entitled to such benefits/concessions.
Course
General Category
OBC Category
SC/ST of West
Physically


(See Note 3)
(See Note 5)
Bengal Origin
Challenged(See


(See Note 4)
Note 6)











and Outstanding






Sports Person (See






Note 2)








65% in aggregate
58% in aggregate
50% in
Eligibility of PH


AND 65% in English.
AND 65% in English.
aggregate
Candidate is





AND 50% in
same as OBC
B.A.Honours




English.
Candidate and
in English




Eligibility of Sports




Candidate is




same as General




Candidate








50% in aggregate
45% in aggregate
40% in
Eligibility of PH


AND 45% in Political
AND 45% in Political
aggregateOR
Candidate is
Political

Science OR 55%
Science OR 55%
40% in
same as OBC

marks in Political
marks in Political
Political
Candidate and

Science
Science

Science
Eligibility of Sports






OR 50% marks in
OR 45% marks in

Candidate is
in



aggregate if the
aggregate if the

same as General
B.A. Honours



student does not
student does not

Candidate
Science
have Political
have Political


Science as a
Science as a subject.


subject.












50% in aggregate
45% in aggregate
40% in
Eligibility of PH


AND 45% in History
AND 45% in History
aggregateOR
Candidate is
History

OR 55% marks in
OR 55% marks in
40% in History
same as OBC

History
History


Candidate and

OR 50% marks in
OR 45% marks in

Eligibility of Sports
in



aggregate if the
aggregate if the

Candidate is
Honours



student does not
student does not

same as General

have History as a
have History as a

Candidate

subject
subject



B.A.

4




















Bengali
50% in
45% in aggregate
40% in
Eligibility of PH
aggregateAND 45%
AND 40% in Bengali
aggregateOR
Candidate is
in Bengali OR 55%
OR 50% marks in
40% in Bengali
same as OBC
in
marks in Bengali
Bengali

Candidate and
B.A.Honours




Eligibility of Sports



Candidate is



same as General



Candidate






50% in aggregate
45% in aggregate
40% in
Eligibility of PH

AND 45% in
AND 40% in
aggregate OR
Candidate is

EducationOR in any
EducationOR in any
40% in
same as OBC

related subject. OR
related subject. OR
Education /
Candidate and

55% marks in
50% marks in
any related
Eligibility of Sports

Education OR in any
Education OR in any
subject.
Education
Candidate is
related subject
related subject


same as General



OR 50% marks in
OR 45% marks in

Candidate
aggregate if the
aggregate if the


Honoursin
student does not
student does not


have Education as a
have Education as a


subject
subject






For Education Honours: The subjects Psychology/ Philosophy/ Mathematics/
B.A.
Sociology/ Economics / Political Science/ History be treated as related subject






50% in
45% in
40% in aggregate
Eligibility of PH

aggregateAND 45%
aggregateAND
OR 40% in
Candidate is

in Economics OR
45% in
Economics.
same as OBC
Economics
55% marks in
Economics OR

Candidate and
if the student does
45% marks in

same as General

Economics OR 50%
55% marks in

Eligibility of Sports

marks in aggregate
Economics OR

Candidate is




in
not have
aggregate if the

Candidate
Honours
Economics as a
student does not



subject.
have Economics







as a subject.


B.Sc





For Economics Honours: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in

Economics if he/she has scored pass mark in Mathematics at the H.S

Examination (10+2) conducted by West Bengal Council of H.S. Education or its

equivalent examination in Mathematics / Business Mathematics/ Business

Economics including Business Mathematics.



5






45% in aggregate
Eligibility of PH


55% in aggregate
50% in aggregate
AND 45% in
Candidate is


Geography.
same as OBC
in

AND 60% in
AND 55% in


Candidate and
B.Sc Honours

Geography.
Geography.




Geography



Eligibility of Sports



Candidate is



same as General



Candidate






College does not admit students who have passed through Compartmental / Supplementary Examination.
Regulations (2017) relating to Admission for the Three-Year B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com. (Honours and General) Courses of Studies conducted by the University of Calcutta (Relevant Portion).
For detail regulations, visit
Admission Qualifications:
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) 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 5 years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination of recognized regular course of study (Year of Passing must not be before 2013).
Explanation: The year of Admission shall not be taken into account while calculating Five years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination.
Migration: Students who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination or its equivalent from the All India Boards/Councils (i.e. CBSE, ISC and National Institute of Open Schooling) need not require to submit Migration Certificate for getting Registration under the University.
Courses offered by the College
B.Com
B.Sc
B.A



Honours
Honours in Economics
Honours in Bengali



General Course
Honours in Geography
Honours in Education





Honours in English





Honours in History





Honours in Political


Science



College does not offer General (Pass) Course in B.A. and B.Sc.
College Offers the Following Generic Elective(GE) Paper Combinations for B.A./B.Sc.(Honours)
The college shall offer differentGeneric Elective papers depending on availability of infrastructure and resources.
A student can choose any two papers from the following 3 groups barring the papers she/he has chosen for honours. She/he cannot choose two papers from the same group. Mathematics is compulsory Generic Elective Paper for
Economics honours. Students of Economics honours has to choose another GE paper from Group 1 or Group 3.
Seats are limited in Geography as Generic Elective (GE) Paper. Those who opt for Geography as GE need to select a second option. One cannot opt for Geography (GE) without having Geography as a subject in Higher Secondary or Equivalent Level.
Group 1: Economics / Education
Group 2: History / Mathematics
Group 3: Political Science/ Statistics/Geography
Number of seats in different courses taught in the College

Honours Subjects


No. of Seats















B. Com. (Honours)
750






B. Com. (General)
150






B.A. (Honours in Bengali)
25






B.A. (Honours in Education)
25






B.A. (Honours in English)
32






B.A. (Honours in History)
44






B.A. (Honours in Political Science)
44






B. Sc. (Honours in Economics)
49






B. Sc. (Honours in Geography)
25





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