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Thursday, June 20, 2019

2019 Jadavpur University Admission to M.A. in Journalism & Mass communication Course

Important Dates

Online submission of application
10 June 2019 to 28 June 2019
Last date of online submission of application
28 June 2019
Last date for deposition of application fees through online
01 July 2019
Publication of list of eligible candidates for admission test
02 July 2019
Date of admission test
06 July 2019 at 2:00pm
Publication of list of provisionally selected candidates
22 July 2019
24 July 2019
25 July 2019- 30 July 2019
Publication of the 2nd list (if vacancy exists)
01 August  2019
Commencement of classes
02 August  2019

Eligibility Criteria

3-Year Honours/Major degree in any subject from a recognised University with at least 50% marks (45% for PD/OBC-A/OBC-B category and 40% for SC/ST category) in Honours/Major papers. 

Candidates who have completed Graduation Final Results and fulfill the eligibility conditions stated above may apply for admissions to M.A in Journalism & Mass communication course for the academic session 2019- 20.
A candidate who has appeared or due to appear in the Graduation Final Year/Semester Examination 2019, within 28th June 2019 may also apply, provided he/she fulfills the minimum eligibility criteria (stated above) in Honours/Major papers in the earlier parts/semesters (PART I/ PART II examinations or semesters up to the Final semester) together. For such a candidate the latest available marks Honours/Major papers in semester system/ annual system of examination will be considered for preparing the merit list. Such a candidate, if provisionally selected for admission, shall have to produce their final Graduation mark sheet at the time of counselling/admission.

 For candidates under SC/ST Quota:

As per circular Nos. BC-16014/1/82-SC dt.06/08/1984 & BCD-1, D.O.12017/11/89- SCD(R.CELL) dt.09/01/1990 and letter No.1510-SCW dt.31/05/2007 from the Government of West Bengal, Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes of the states other than West Bengal are not entitled to get the benefit of reserved quota in educational institutions in West Bengal unless they can produce Domicile
Certificate for residing in West Bengal for at least 10 years issued by the competent authority.

For candidates under OBC Quota:

The candidates who will be provisionally selected under the OBC- A and OBC- B categories must produce an OBC certificate (the date of issue of the certificate should not be earlier than June 2018) issued by the competent authority that clearly indicates (i) the category (A or B) they belong to; (ii) that they do not belong to creamy layer of the society, at the time of counselling/ admission.

OBC-A and OBC-B candidates of the states other than West Bengal are not entitled to get the benefit of reserved quota in educational institutions in West Bengal, unless they can produce a domicile certificate of 10-year residency issued by competent authority.

For Candidates under PD category:

Persons with 40% or more disability will only be considered for admission under PD category under PWD (Equal Opportunity, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 2016.

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