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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Bethune College PG Admission 2017

Applications for admission to 1st Semester M.A. / M.Sc. courses will be received only online through the websites - and

Important Dates

Important Information

Only Female Candidates are eligible to apply.
Online Application Form Filling up : From 06/07/2017 To 18/07/2017.
Applicants must get a printout of the Application Form along with ADMIT CARD (for written test) after online submission.
Bank Challans (3 copies) can be generated online only from 09:00 A.M. to 08:30 P.M. after online submission of Application Form.
Application Fee for each subject is Rs. 520/- (inclusive of Bank Charges) to be submitted through Indian Bank (at any Core Banking Branch).
Application Fee to be paid at the any core branch of Indian Bank from 07.07.2017 to 19.07.2017 (within Banking hours).
The college has adopted the policy for reservation of seats earmarked for CU and Non-CU candidates (as per Govt. policy). 60% of the seats are earmarked for Calcutta University (C.U.) candidates only and other 40% of the seats will be filled in through ADMISSION TEST. Candidates of any recognized University (including C.U.)can appear in those 40% seats.
Admission Test will be held for the subjects ZOOLOGY, BOTANY, MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH and BENGALI.
Multiple choice objectivetype Questions (MCQ) (as per C.U. Hons. Syllabus) will be framed for the admission tests in the respective subjects. The Test will be of two hours duration with 50 MCQ questions each question carrying 2 marks. For wrong answer ofany question, 1/2 mark will be deducted. However for Bengali Subject 80 marks for MCQ & 20 marks for writing skill test will be considered.
Candidates should show their Admit Card (with an attached photographs and duly signed by the candidate) at the time of Admission Test and Bank Challan (after deposit of Application Fee).
Incorrect or incomplete application form is liable to cancellation.
Merit list will be prepared strictly on the basis of percentage of marks obtained in the respective honours subject (for 60% category) and for 40% category the merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the written test.

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