Eligibility Criteria for admission to UG Courses 2018-2019

Eligibility Criteria for Admission to Undergraduate Courses [2018-2019]

No. Stream Hons. Subject Criteria
1 BAG   Minimum 30% in Aggregate
2 BAH BENGALI (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject or 55% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: BENGALI/ BENGALI A/ BENGALI B

3 BAH ENGLISH (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 55% in aggregate and 60% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: ENGLISH/ ENGLISH A/ ENGLISH B

4 BAH HINDI (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject or 55% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: HINDI

5 BAH HISTORY (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: HISTORY/ ENGLISH/ ENGLISH A/ ENGLISH B

6 BAH

POLITICAL SCIENCE (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: POLITICAL SCIENCE/ ENGLISH/ ENGLISH A/ ENGLISH B

7 BCOMG   Minimum 30% in Aggregate
8 BCOMH

ACCOUNTANCY (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject or 55% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: ACCOUNTANCY/ ACCOUNTS/ BUSINESS ECONOMICS INCLUDING BUSINESS MATHEMATICS/ BUSINESS MATHEMATICS/ BUSINESS ORGANIZATION/ BUSINESS STUDIES/ COMMERCE/ COST ACCOUNTANCY AND PRINCIPAL OF MANAGEMENT/ ECONOMICS/ ELEMENTS OF COST ACCOUNTANCY AND AUDITING/ FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING/ MATHEMATICS/ OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND SECRETARIAL PRACTICES/ STATISTICS

9 BSCBG   Minimum 30% in Aggregate
10 BSCH BOTANY (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 50% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Must get 30% in CHEMISTRY Subject/Related Subject: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES/ BIOLOGY/ BIOTECHNOLOGY

11 BSCH CHEMISTRY (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 55% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate and 50% in subject/related subject. Must get 40% in MATHEMATICS Subject/Related Subject: CHEMISTRY

12 BSCH COMPUTER SCIENCE (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 45% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Must get 30% in PHYSICS Subject/Related Subject: MATHEMATICS

13 BSCH MATHEMATICS (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 50% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Subject/Related Subject: MATHEMATICS

14 BSCH PHYSICS (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 101% in aggregate and 101% in subject/related subject or 40% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 101% marks in the aggregate and 101% in subject/related subject or 30% marks in the subject or related subjects. Must get 40% in MATHEMATICS Subject/Related Subject: PHYSICS

15 BSCH ZOOLOGY (H)

Candidates belonging to GENERAL/OBC must have obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate and 50% in subject/related subject. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate and 40% in subject/related subject. Must get 30% in CHEMISTRY Subject/Related Subject: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES/ BIOLOGY/ BIOTECHNOLOGY/ ZOOLOGY

16 BSCPG   Minimum 30% in Aggregate.

 

Notice related to Registration Certificate of 1st Year students.

                                               [Date : 06.05.2016]

 All B.A. / B.Sc / B.Com ( Honours & General ) 1st Year Students are asked to COLLECT their Registration Certificate on The following dates.

Alphabetically :

     A   to M dt. 10.05.2016 & 11.05.2016 

                     And

   N to Z dt. 12.05.2016 &13.05.2016        

Time : 8 A.M To 10:30 AM at 1st Floor office.

THIS   IS   VERY   URGENT

No student will be entertained after the above mentioned   date

                                                                                             Teacher-in-Charge

     Bangabasi Morning College

 

 

Admission schedule

Without verification by the admission committee and getting admit order no admission will be valid.

After getting Admit order students are asked to collect Bank Challan of S.B.I and deposit money to S.B.I, Sashi Bhusan Day Street Branch, Sealdah, Kolkata 700 012.

NOTE: The Admit Order is strictly valid upto the next working day only.

Admission of the following subjects will be held on the dates mentioned below from 7:30 am.-11:00 am on first come first serve basis.

 Please contact the department of Physics, Bangabasi Morning College (Ground Floor).

Admission Schedule:

Sl Subject Date
 
1. B.Com (Hons) 30th June, 2015 (Tuesday)
2. B.Com (General) 1st July, 2015 (Wednesday)

 

3. B.A (Hons) All Subjects 2nd July, 2015 (Thursday)
4. B.A. (General) And Computer Science (Hons) 3rd July, 2015 (Friday)
5. B.Sc. Bio Sc. (General) 4th July, 2015 (Saturday)
6. Mathematics (Hons) And B.Sc. Pure (General) 6th July, 2015 (Monday)

Counselling and admission of the following subjects will be held as per dates mentioned below from 7:30-11:00 am.

Sl. Subject Date
1. Zoology and Botany (Hons) 7th July, 2015 (Tuesday)
2. Chemistry and Physics (Hons) 8th July, 2015 (Wednesday).

Bring the following items:

  1. All certificates including school leaving certificate, Madhyamick admit cards etc. original & two copies of Xerox.
  2. Two passport size photograph.
  3. Hard copy of the application form with Bank challan.
  4. Admission fees.

Seminar organised by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

Topics :21st Century Ethics: Status and Dimensions

With the advancements in science and technology the world is experiencing rapid shifts of values. On 6th August, 2014 a seminar was organised by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the college on 21st Century Ethics: Status and Dimensions. The objective of the seminar was to develop sense of desired values and awaken the sense of responsibility. In the brief inauguration ceremony the importance of values and ethics in education was discussed by the Coordinator of IQAC of the college. The Principal elaborated the crises and conflicts of the 21st century with a view to search for the answers to the pertinent questions arising from some critical global challenges.

Smt. Malabika Bhowmick, Assistant Professor of the Department of Bengali of BangabasiMorningCollege presented a talk on ethical emotions as depicted in select literatures. The title of her talk was Naitikatar pratyasha, pratyashar naitikata: sahityer nirbachita paath.

Professor Antony Gomes of the Department of Physiology, Calcutta University delivered a scintillating lecture on Toxin Bioterrorism. In his lecture he discussed some of the biological warfare agents (Saxitoxin, botulinum, tetradotoxin, ricin, etc) their origin, actions, antagonism etc. The lecture also focused on the basic tactics to combat bioterrorism. He expressed that there is an urgent need of implementation of awareness strategies against bioterrorism through education at the school college and university level. The talk was very well received by the audience. A book of abstract was published on the occasion.

Seminar held in auditorium.