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MURALIDHAR GIRLS’ COLLEGE

KOLKATA

 

ADMISSION TO B.A. / B.Sc. Honours 2015-2016:

Students should choose one subject from the following as the Honours subject:

1) English,                      2) Bengali,                3) Sanskrit,         4) Journalism & Mass Communication,     5) Political Science,    

 6) Philosophy,         7) History,           8) Education,                9) Sociology,        10) Economics,            11) Psychology,    

 12) Geography,   13) Botany

(Honours subject comprises 8 papers of 100 marks each)

SUBJECT CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO B.A. / B.Sc. Honours 2015-2016:

Subject

Aggregate for General Caste

Science & Arts

Both Subject

& Aggregate

Science & Arts     for     SC / ST

Subject criteria for

General Caste

       

Bengali

50%

40%

50% in Bengali

English

55%

40%

60% in English

Sanskrit

50%

40%

50% in Sanskrit

#   Journalism  & Mass Communication

50%

40%

55% either in English or Bengali

# Political Science

50%

40%

50% in Political Science, if Subject  in (10+2)

Exam

Philosophy

50%

40%

50% in Philosophy

History

50%

40%

50% in History

# *  Education

50%

40%

50% in Education or Related Subject   *

(if subject or related subject  in (10+2) Exam)

#  ** Sociology

50%

40%

50% in Sociology or Related Subject   **

(if subject or related subject  in (10+2) Exam)

#  Economics

50%

40%

40% in Mathematics/Business Mathematics/

Business Economics including Business

Mathematics

 and

50% in Economics if subject in (10+2) Exam

Psychology

60%

40%

50% in Psychology, if subject in (10+2) Exam

Geography

60%

40%

70% in Geography and 50% in English

Botany

50%

40%

50% in Biology and passed in Chemistry

(both Theory & Practical)

 #    A Student can take up Honours in these subjects even if they didn’t have the subjects in (10+2) exam, provided other conditions are satisfied.          

 

For the purpose of determining eligibility, aggregate shall be calculated by adding the marks in Top-Four subjects in order of marks secured by a candidate in H.S. (10+2) or in an equivalent examination. Marks in compulsory Environmental Education/Studies shall not be taken into account for calculation of aggregate marks. Candidate should pass in English having full marks not being less than 100.

 

 

Elective Subjects:

Students should choose two elective subjects from the following combinations, taking not more than one subject from one group :

(Each subject comprises 3 papers, 100 marks each.)

 

HONOURS

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

GROUP-1

GROUP-2

GROUP-3

English

Education / Film Studies  

History / Mathematics  

Geography / Philosophy /

Journalism / Psychology

Bengali

Sanskrit / Sociology / Music  

Education / Film Studies  

Philosophy / Journalism /

Psychology

Sanskrit

Education

Economics / Bengali  

Philosophy / Journalism

Philosophy

Political Science / English  

Education

Sanskrit / Sociology / Music  

Political Science

History

Economics / Botany / Bengali  

Geography / Philosophy /

Journalism

History

Education 

Geography / Philosophy /

Journalism / Psychology

Political Science / English  

Education

Philosophy / Psychology

Sanskrit / Sociology/Music  

Economics/Botany/Bengali  

Economics

Mathematics(compulsory)    

Philosophy/Journalism

Political Science  / English / Statistics

Journalism & Mass Communication

Economics / Bengali  

Political Science / English  

Film Studies

Psychology

Education 

Economics /Botany /Bengali  

Political Science / English /Statistics

Geography

History / Mathematics  

Sociology / Chemistry

Economics /Botany /Bengali  

Botany

Chemistry(compulsory )

Statistics

Geography / Psychology

Sociology

Political Science / English/

Statistics  

Geography / Philosophy/

Journalism / Psychology

History / Mathematics  

Students opting for Honours course in the subjects – English, Sanskrit, Political Science, History, Education, Journalism & Mass Communication, Sociology should not choose simultaneously two science subjects as elective subjects.

 

A candidate shall not be allowed to take up any subject as Elective if she has failed in the subject in the previous qualifying  examination .

College authority will not be responsible, in any way, for wrong combinations chosen by the students.

·          For Honours in Humanities (B.A.Hons) Students cannot opt for 2 science elective subjects.

·          Science Subject: Economics; Botany; Psychology; Chemistry; Geography; Statistics; Film Studies;

                             Mathematics.

·          Chemistry is compulsory for Botany Honours.

·          Mathematics is compulsory for Economics Honours.

·          RELATED SUBJECTS:
*Education : Psychology / Philosophy / Mathematics / Sociology / Economics / Political Science / History.
**Sociology:  Political Science / Psychology.

·          Elective Subject Combinations not permitted are:a) Sanskrit with Botany

                                                                                      b) Philosophy with Botany

·          Elective subjects (Geography, Psychology, Journalism & Mass Communication, Film Studies) will be offered subject to availability

 of seats. (Confirmation at time of counseling)

Geography

25

Psychology

25

Journalism & Mass Comm.

35

Film Studies

40

·          Maximum permissible seats:

(for Honours students)

 

 

For Honours Students, there will be no restriction of marks for General subjects except the following

GENERAL SUBJECTS

MARKS REQUIREMENTS

 Mathematics

 40% in Subject

 Geography

 55% in Subject

 Journalism & Mass Communication

 50% in either English or Bengali

 Statistics

 Passed in Statistics/ Business Mathematics/

 Mathematics in Higher Secondary or Equivalent Exam.

 Chemistry

 Passed in Chemistry (both Theory & Practical)

 in Higher Secondary or Equivalent Examination.

Subject

Total

 No of seats

No of seats for

General Caste

No of seats for SC

No of seats

for ST

No of seats for OBC-A

No of seats

for OBC-B

Bengali

52

32

10

03

05

02

English

46

29

09

02

04

02

Sanskrit

40

25

08

02

03

01

Journalism & Mass Communication

45

25

08

02

07

03

Pol. Science

50

32

10

03

03

02

Philosophy

35

21

07

02

03

02

History

40

25

08

02

03

02

Education

45

29

09

02

03

02

Economics(B.Sc)

35

21

07

02

03

02

Psychology (B.A.)

33

18

06

02

05

03

Psychology (B.Sc.)

08

03

01

01

02

01

Geography (B.A.)

08

03

01

01

02

01

Geography (B.Sc.)

32

18

06

02

04

02

Botany (B.Sc.)

25

14

05

01

03

02

Sociology

35

21

07

02

03

02

B.A. (GENERAL)

 

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

SEATS

COMBINATION   1

Education

Philosophy/Political Science

History /Sociology /

Bengali / Music   

200

COMBINATION   2

Education 

Journalism/Psychology/

Philosophy

History / Sociology/

Bengali / Music   

30

COMBINATION   3

Education

Economics /Bengali /Botany

Sociology /Sanskrit /

Political Science / English

60

COMBINATION   4

Political Science /English

Economics /Bengali /Botany

Philosophy / History/

Sociology / Sanskrit

60

COMBINATION   5

Bengali /Sanskrit

Philosophy /Geography

English / Political Science /History

60

COMBINATION   6

History / Bengali

Education / Philosophy

Sociology /

Political Science

60

COMBINATION   7

Education/History

Socilogy /Sanskrit /Music/

Botany /Economics /Bengali

Political Science /English/

Philosophy / Journalism

45

TOTAL SEATS IN B.A.(GENERAL):  515

B.Sc. (GENERAL)

 

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

 

COMBINATION   1

Geography

Economics /Botany

History /Sociology

15

COMBINATION   2

Botany /Economics

Chemistry

Education

15

COMBINATION   3

Economics /Botany

Mathematics

Statistics

05

COMBINATION   4

Psychology

Chemistry

Botany/Economics

10

TOTAL SEATS IN B.Sc.(GENERAL):  45

                 

Allocation of Honours Seats for the Academic Year 2015-16:

 Candidates must bring the printout of the Admission Form, submitted Online along with the

following documents and the College-copy of the Bank Challan  at the time of  admission to the college.

Documents required at time of admission:

§    Original Mark-Sheet (Not Laminated) of Higher Secondary Level (10+2).        

§    Original Admit Card and Mark Sheet of Madhyamik or Equivalent Examination.

§    Original SC / ST / OBC Certificate in the name of the candidate, in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates

§     Original Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§     Attested photocopy of Admit Card of Madhyamik or Equivalent for age verification.

§     Attested photocopy (both side) of Mark-Sheet of Higher Secondary level (10+2).

§     Attested photocopy of SC / ST / OBC Certificate in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates.

§     Attested photocopy of Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§     One Stamp size Photograph (to be pasted in Application Form).

 Candidates from Open School cannot take Admission in Honours Course.

 Candidates from Boards other than WBCHSE, CBSE & ISC may contact college office after the publication of results.

 Only candidates of 2015, may apply for admission. Candidates of 2014 may apply for admission

if they did not take admission anywhere in 2014.

 ADMISSION TO B.A. / B.Sc. General 2015-2016:

A candidate who has passed the H.S. (10+2) or in an equivalent examination is eligible to seek  admission

to the 1st year of the 3-year B.A./B.Sc. General Degree Course of Study in , provided she has also passed in

 English having full marks not being less than 100.

For B.A. / B.Sc. General course of study a student is required to choose 3 elective subjects

from the following combinations, taking not more than one subject from one group.

 

·          For B.A. General Students cannot opt for two (2) science elective subjects.

·          Science Subject: Economics; Botany; Psychology; Chemistry; Geography; Statistics; Film Studies;

                             Mathematics.

·          Elective Subject Combinations not permitted are:a) Sanskrit with Botany

                                                                                      b) Philosophy with Botany

SUBJECT CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO B.A. / B.Sc. General 2015-2016: (the marks requirement at the (10+2) level are)

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

MARKS REQUIREMENTS (10+2 LEVEL)

 English

 50% in Subject

 Botany or Biology

 40% in Subject

 Mathematics

 40% in Subject

 Psychology

 60% in Aggregate 

 Journalism and Mass Communication

 50% in either Eng or Beng 

 Geography

 55% in Sub & 55% in Aggregate 

 Statistics

 Passed in Statistics  /  Business Mathematics  / 

Mathematics  in Higher Secondary or Equivalent Examination

 Chemistry

40% in Subject (should Pass in Practical)

Sociology

55% in Aggregate

 

Allocation of General Seats (Combination-wise) for the Academic Year 2015-16

Subject

Total

 No of seats

No of seats for

Gen Caste

No of seats for

SC

No of seats for

ST

No of seats for

OBC-A

No of seats for

OBC-B

B.A. (GENERAL)

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMBINATION  1

200

126

44

12

10

08

COMBINATION  2

30

20

06

02

01

01

COMBINATION  3

60

39

13

03

03

02

COMBINATION  4

60

39

13

03

03

02

COMBINATION  5

60

39

13

03

03

02

COMBINATION  6

60

39

13

03

03

02

COMBINATION  7

45

30

10

02

02

01

TOTAL

515

332

112

28

25

18

B.Sc. (GENERAL)

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMBINATION  1

15

09

03

01

01

01

COMBINATION  2

15

09

03

01

01

01

COMBINATION  3

05

04

01

00

00

00

COMBINATION  4

10

08

02

00

00

00

TOTAL

45

30

09

02

02

02

 

·          Elective subjects (Geography, Psychology, Journalism & Mass Communication, Film Studies)

 will be offered subject to availability of seats. (Confirmation at time of counseling)

 

Geography

25

Psychology

25

Journalism & Mass Comm.

35

·          Maximum permissible seats:

(for Honours students)

 Candidates must bring the printout of the Admission Form, submitted Online along with the

following documents and the College-copy of the Bank Challan  at the time of  admission to the college.

 Documents required at time of admission:

§         Original Mark-Sheet (Not Laminated) of Higher Secondary Level (10+2).        

§         Original Admit Card and Mark Sheet of Madhyamik or Equivalent Examination.

§         Original SC / ST / OBC Certificate in the name of the candidate, in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates

§         Original Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§         Attested photocopy of Admit Card of Madhyamik or Equivalent for age verification.

§         Attested photocopy (both side) of Mark-Sheet of Higher Secondary level (10+2).

§         Attested photocopy of SC / ST / OBC Certificate in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates.

§        Attested photocopy of Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§         One Stamp size Photograph (to be pasted in Application Form).

 Candidates from Open School (Rabindra Mukta & National Open School) will have to take

 admission in General Course only. Candidates of 2013 may also apply if they did not take admission anywhere in 2013.

 Candidates from Boards other than WBCHSE, CBSE & ISC may contact the College office after publication of results .

 Only candidates of 2015, may apply for admission. Candidates of 2014 may apply for

admission if they did not take admission anywhere in 2014.

 

SUBJECT CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO B.A. (Major)  - 2015-2016:

Subject: Tourism & Travel Management (T.T.M.V.) – 2 Years (job-oriented) Degree Course

                under University of Calcutta.

A candidate who secures a minimum of 45% (40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST community)

marks in the aggregate at the H.S. (10+2) or in an equivalent examination shall be eligible for admission

to the B.A.(Major) Degree Course of Study in Tourism & Travel Management, provided she has passed

 in English having full marks not being less than 100.

For the purpose of determining eligibility to TTMV Course, aggregate shall be calculated by adding

 the marks in top-four subjects in order of marks secured by a candidate. Marks in

compulsory Environmental Education/Studies shall not be taken into account for calculation of aggregate marks.

 

Candidates taking up TTMV B.A. (Major) Degree Course shall study History and

Sociology as Compulsory Elective Subjects.

More than 80% of final year students of TTMV were got Tourism related jobs in

 different Government & Non-Government sectors. A Placement Cell is there in the College to conduct

 Campus Interview.

Major Subject

Elective Subject

**Tourism & Travel Management    (T.T.M.V.)

History (compulsory)

Sociology(compulsory)

For B.A. Major Course:

 **T.T.M.V. – 2 Years (job-oriented) Degree Course under University of Calcutta.

A candidate shall not be allowed to take up any subject as Elective if she has failed

in the subject in the previous qualifying examination.College authority will not be responsible ,

 in any way, for wrong combinations chosen by the students.

Allocation of T.T.M.V. seats for the Academic Year 2015-16:

Subject

Total

 No of seats

No of seats for

Gen Caste

No of seats for

SC

No of seats for

ST

No of seats for

OBC-A

No of seats for

OBC-B

T.T.M.V

33

21

07

02

02

01

Candidates must bring the printout of the Admission Form, submitted Online along

with the following documents and the College-copy of the Bank Challan  at the time of  admission to the college.

 Documents required at time of admission:

  Original Mark-Sheet (Not Laminated) of Higher Secondary Level (10+2).        

§         Original Admit Card and Mark Sheet of Madhyamik or Equivalent Examination.

§         Original SC / ST / OBC Certificate in the name of the candidate, in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates

§         Original Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§         Attested photocopy of Admit Card of Madhyamik or Equivalent for age verification.

§         Attested photocopy (both side) of Mark-Sheet of Higher Secondary level (10+2).

§         Attested photocopy of SC / ST / OBC Certificate in case of SC / ST / OBC candidates.

§        Attested photocopy of Migration Certificate in case of migrating students.

§         One Stamp size Photograph (to be pasted in Application Form).

 Only candidates of 2015, may apply for admission. Candidates of 2014 may

 

apply for admission if they did not take admission anywhere in 2014.

 

 

 

 

REGULAR STUDY CENTRE IGNOU-NOTICE

IGNOU-INDUCTION-JANUARY 2015 (PPT)

IGNOU-INDUCTION-JANUARY 2015-OTHER THAN MAPC (PPT)

CODE : 28140 (Co-Education) 
Website: www.ignou.ac.in 
Muralidhar Girls’ College 
P-411/14, GARIAHAT ROAD, KOLKATA 700029
Ph: 2419 – 7287 /9830578015/9830066220

 PG Degree:

  1. MA in English (MEG)
  2. Sociology (MSO)
  3. History (MAH)
  4. Economics (MEC)
  5. Psychology (MAPC)
  6. Political Science(MPS)
  7. MCOM
  8. Gandhi & Peace Studies(MAGPS)
  9. Extension & Development Studies(MAEDS)
  10. Counselling Family Therapy(MSCCFT)

Degree:

  1. B.COM. (Commerce)

PG Diploma:

  1. Environment and Sustainable Development (PGDESD)
  2. Journalism & Mass Communication(PGJMC)
  3. Urban Planning & Development (PGDUPDL)
  4. Extension & Development Studies(PGDEDS)

Diploma:

  1. Creative Writing in English (DCE).

For more details please contact at the College IGNOU office (1st Floor).

Contact Person: Smt. Sunetra Sengupta (Coordinator)
Contact Ph (M): 9830066220

Contact Person: Sri Sanjoy Majumder (Asst. Coordinator)

Contact Ph (M): 9830578015

 

MONDAY to SATURDAY
(3pm. - 4pm.)

 

       

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