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Rules of Admission (Graduation/ U.G.)


Application of National Education Policy 2020 by the Government of U.P. at Under Graduate Level from the Session 2021-22:

According to NEP examination system, candidates will be directly admitted in Graduation First Year (B.A. B.Sc., B.Com., B.C.A.).

Following documents must be attached along with the Admission Form:-


  1. High School Mark Sheet, Certificate, Intermediate Mark Sheet, Certificate
  2. Transfer Certificate (Only the original document is to be submitted otherwise admission will not be accepted)
  3. Caste Certificate (SC/ST and OBC). In absence of this application for the said purpose will not be considered.
  4. Adhar card

2. Candidates will have to appear in front of the admission committee with all the documents in original. After the committee’s approval admission fee will be submitted either online or through cash.

3. Candidates from Nepal must mention their nationality ‘Nepali’ in the column.

4. The students will be allowed to sit in the class only after they get their identity card after producing the fee receipt from the office.

5. The reservation of the seats as per the categories is as following –

SC (21%), ST (2%), OBC (27%), EWS (10%).

The candidates from each category will have to provide their caste certificates along with the admission form otherwise they won’t get the benefits of reservation.

6. Candidates who passed their Intermediate on or before 2017 and High School on or before 2014 will not get admitted as regular students. Such candidates may pursue their B.A./B.Com. from IGNOU/UPRTOU.

7. Candidates registered previously and seeking admission in B.A./B.Sc./B.Com,/B.C.A./B.B.A. Second year III Semester and Third year VI Semester will have to buy the admission form, paste their passport size photograph, attach self-attested photocopies of first and second year’s mark Sheet (along with the original copies of the mark Sheet for verification) and produce these in front of the admission committee. After accomplishing the process their fee would get submitted and would be able to get admission.

8. Promotion:


  1. The student will always be promoted from current odd semester to next even semester irrespective of his result.
  2. Following will be the conditions for promotion from current even semester to the next odd semester:
    1. They should must have passed in the current year (including both semesters) with minimum 50% of the required credits (including theory and practical) and
    2. The student must have passed in the current year (including both semester) with minimum 50% of the required credits (including theory and practical) in all papers of major subjects (three major subjects in first and second year and two major subject in the third year) and minor subject. The digits after the decimal will not be counted in the 50% of credits, for example- out of 27.6 and 27.3 will be considered as 27 only.
  3. For the promotion in third year from second year, the student will have to pass all the papers (major, minor, skill development etc. ) and co-curricular of first year of 46 required credits.

9. Candidates who got failed in B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. will not get regular admission. Such candidates will have to pass the examination as Ex-student after that they will get regular admission in the next class.

Subjects Offered UG/Graduation: Total Seat: 2240

Faculty of Arts:


(A) Grant-in-Aid:

1. Hindi 2. English 3. Sanskrit
4. Urdu 5. Mathematics 6. Psychology
7. Economics 8. Geography 9. Medieval History
10. Sociology 11. Education 12. Political Science

(B) Self-Financed – Home Science is offered under Self-Financed scheme for which additional ₹3000 will be payable.

Faculty of Science


(A) Grant-in-Aid:

Mathematics Group: 1080 Seats Biology Group: 1080 Seats
(B) 1- Physics 1- Botany
(C) 2- Chemistry 2- Zoology
(D) 3- Mathematics 3- Chemistry
(E) 4- Computer Science 4- Seed Technology

(B) Self-Financed: Graduation / U.G.

Subject/ Faculty Number of Seats
1- B.C.A. 120
2- Computer Science 120
3- Seed Technology 160
Faculty of Commerce (Self-Financed) Number of Seats
1- B.Com. 360
2- B.B.A. 60

Subject Selection Rules in Faculty of Arts (UG):


The University has divided the subjects taught by the College in three different categories which is listed below. Every candidate is to choose three subjects at graduation level. He/she can choose on subject from each Group (A,B,C) or he/she can select two subjects from Group B or Group C with the condition that total subjects should count three but there should be only one practical subject from any group.

Group A Group B Group C
Psychology Hindi Education
Geography Urdu Sociology
Home Science Sanskrit Political Science
English Economics
Mathematics
Medieval and Modern History

Note:


1. Only those candidates can opt for Geography who has this subject in Intermediate or have passed Intermediate either with Agriculture or Science. More than two subjects in literature cannot be opted.

2. Candidates are requested to be extra cautious while selecting their subjects. Once admitted it is not possible to change their subject. There are certain candidates who choose different subjects while getting admitted but fill different subject in the Examination Form. Steps like these will undergo severe investigation and the subjects chosen at the time of admission only will be admitted as final entry in the examination form

Subject Selection in Faculty of Science (UG):


Candidates of B.Sc. First Year will choose the subjects according to their group. Students of Maths Group will choose from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and those of Bio Group will choose from Zoology, Botany, Chemistry. Students from Math Group will be allowed to select Computer Science and Bio Group will be allowed to select Seed Technology based on their merit for which under the self-financed scheme they will have to pay ₹ 3000 additionally as fee.

Sr. No. Subject Group
1 Zoology, Botany, Chemistry
2 Zoology, Botany, Seed Technology
3 Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry
4 Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science

National Education Policy 2020 will be applicable to the students of under graduate level (B.A., B.Sc., B.Com., etc.) from 2021-22 and of post graduation level from 2022-23.

Admission System at Graduation Level


  • First and foremost the candidate will have to choose one faculty of the College from Science (including B.C.A.), Arts, Commerce, Language and Management (B.B.A.) and then he has to opt for two major subjects/groups from the same faculty. Having done that he can select his third major subject either from his or any other faculties mentioned above. Thus the student will have to study three major subjects.
  • The liberty to choose the subjects will be limited in accordance with the availability of the subjects in the College.
  • Besides three major subjects, there will be one minor subject which the candidate has to study. If the candidate chooses all the three major subjects from one faculty only then in order to ascertain multidisciplinarity he will be bound to select the minor elective paper from other faculty (apart from the faculty to which his three major subjects belong).

Minor subjects are as followings:


Faculty of Arts Faculty of Language Faculty of Commerce Faculty of Science Faculty of Management
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Geography
  • History
  • Home Science
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  1. Hindi
  2. Sanskrit
  3. Urdu
  4. English
Business Communication (Commerce)
  1. Botany
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics
  4. Mathematics
  5. Zoology
  6. Seed Technology
  7. Computer Science
  1. B.B.A.
  • Under graduate students will have to study two Minor Elective Papers in graduation first and second year.
  • A student can have one Minor Elective Paper in the first year of graduation first/second semester and another in the second year of third/fourth semester.
  • In the first and second year (four semesters) the student will have to complete in each semester one Vocational/Skill Development Course of three credits.

The list of Vocational/Skill Development Courses is given below:


1. Tailoring and Embroidery 2. Photography and Videographer
3. Yoga 4. Food Processing and Cooking
5. Accountancy and Auditing 6. Beautician
7. Journalism and Mass Communication 8. Physical Fitness and Gym Trainer
9. Music 10. Computer Skill
11. Physiotherapy Technician 12. Legal Services Assistance
  • It is compulsory for every student of graduation to study one Co-curricular Course in each semester i.e. three years (six semesters). It is also necessary for the student to pass the course with minimum marks of 40% and the score/grade secured by him will be there on the mark sheet but it will not be included into the CGPA. The list of Co-curricular Course is given below–
Semester Co-curricular Course
First Food, Nutrition and Hygiene
Second First Aid and Health
Third Human Values and Environmental Studies
Fourth Physical Education and Yoga
Fifth Analytic Ability and Digital Awareness
Sixth Communication Skill and Personality Development

Eligibility for Subject-Group and Faculty for the Admission in Graduation First Year and First Semester:

Provisions for Admission in the Faculty of Science:


Candidates passed Intermediate with Science stream only will be eligible to get admission in Science faculty at graduation. Those who passed their Intermediate with Mathematics will be eligible for Maths Group and those of Biology will be eligible for Bio Group.

Subject Group for the Faculty of Science (Math’s /Bio Group) is as following:

Math’s Group: 02 or 03 major subjects from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science.

Bio Group: 02 or 03 major subjects from Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Seed Technology.

Note: Candidates passed Intermediate with Science stream only will be eligible to get admission in Computer Science.

Provisions for Admission in the Faculty of Commerce/Management:


  • Candidates passed Intermediate with the subjects of Commerce will be eligible to get admission in the faculty of Commerce at graduation.

OR

  • Candidates passed Intermediate with Science stream along with Mathematics at High School/Intermediate will be eligible to get admission in the faculty of Commerce at graduation.

OR

  • Candidates passed Intermediate with Arts stream along with Economics or Mathematics at High School/Intermediate or have studied Mathematics at High School level will be eligible to get admission in the faculty of Commerce at graduation.

Provisions for Admission in the Faculty of Arts/Language:


  • Candidates passed Intermediate with Arts, Science or Commerce stream will be eligible to get admission in the faculty of Arts/Language at graduation.

Procedure of Entry, Exit and Re-entrance in any Course:


  • There is provision for Certificate for completing one year (two semesters) and a Diploma for completing two years (four semesters) with exit.
  • The candidate will be eligible for a Degree only at the completion of three years (six semesters)
  • After exit, the candidate will be able to get admission again according to the rules determined by the University.

Admission in Next Semester


  • The students will have to complete the Course Module with essential credit (minimum 23-23 Credits i. e. 50% of total credit in first and second semesters separately and also major and minor subject separately) successfully within the prescribed period of time.

Certificate/ Diploma/ Degree Course Completion Period


  • Maximum period of completing the Certificate Course i.e. First and Second semester successfully is of 04 years.
  • Maximum period of completing the Diploma in Faculty, i.e. successful completion of third and fourth semester, is three years.

Note: The students will have to complete the Course Module with essential credit (23-23 Credits i.e. 50% of total credit in first and second semesters separately and also major and minor subject separately in third and fourth semesters separately) successfully within the prescribed period of time.

  • After this only the student will be able to get eligibility for admission in next Course Module i.e. bachelor in faculty.
  • Maximum period of completing the Course Module of Bachelor in Faculty i.e. successful completion of fifth and sixth semester is three years (three years after completing Diploma in faculty).

Admission in Faculty of Education (B.Ed.):


The B.Ed. department conducts classes for the degree of B.Ed. (Two Years Course) accredited by NCTE Jaipur. Combined Entrance examination is conducted by the State University and forty (40) candidates are admitted according to the recommended list of the University. The College has its uniform for the candidates of B.Ed. and they are necessarily required to come to the campus in their uniform only.


Rules of Admission (Post Graduation)


Application of National Education Policy 2020 by the Government of U.P. at Post Graduation Level from 2022-23:

  • In order to get admission in PG (M.A. / M.Sc. / M.Com), the aggregate percentage needed in graduation will not be less than 40%.
  • Admission in Post Graduation will be merit based under the limitation of the number of seats.
  • Admission in M.A. and M.Sc. (Mathematics and Zoology) will be based on merit.
  • And admission in M.Sc. (Physics, Botany and Chemistry) will be based on merit or on entrance examination depends upon the number of applicants.

Post Graduation: Subject and number of seats in each subject are as follows:

(a) Grant-in-Aid


Faculty of Arts Number of Seats
1- Hindi 75
2- Political Science 75
3- Sanskrit 75
4- Geography 60
Faculty of Science Number of Seats
1- Physics 60
2- Chemistry 60
3- Botany 60
4- Mathematics 75

(b) Self-Financed


Faculty of Arts Number of Seats
1- Education 60
2- Sociology 60
3- English 75
4- Psychology 60
Faculty of Commerce Number of Seats
M.Com. 80
Faculty of Science Number of Seats
Zoology 120

Proposed Guidelines for Post Graduation Courses

Entry and Exit in Post Graduation

  • Candidates with graduation degree (old or new education system) will get admitted in the first year of post graduate course. This will be called the fourth year of higher education.
  • Minimum eligibility for the admission in session 2022-23 and 23-24 will be according to the latest regulation of the University.
  • Students who are graduate in Science or Commerce with 55% (50% for SC/ST) they can take admission as regular student in any subject of the faculty of Arts at post graduation level and the students, graduate in Arts with 55% for General and OBC (50% for SC/ST) they can get admission as regular students in subject from the faculty of Arts (apart from the subjects that they had in the final year of graduation) at post graduate level.
  • If a student wants to leave after having completed his first year of post graduation with minimum 52 credits then he’ll be given graduate degree (with research). After having completed first and second year of post graduation with minimum 52+48 (100) credits the student will be given the post graduate degree in the concerned faculty.

Framework of Post Graduation Syllabus/Course


  • There will only be one major subject in post graduation.
  • There will be CBCS system (one of five credits) in post graduation course or four papers of theory and one practical paper (all of 4-4 credits) in a semester. Thus there will be twenty credits of the papers from major subject in one semester. There will be 40 credits in a year and 80 credits in two years.

Minor/Open Elective Paper for PG Programme


  • The student will have to study one Minor Elective Paper in the first year of post graduation.
  • Students will be free to choose Minor/Open Elective Paper available in the College in odd or even semester.
  • Elective paper will be different from the major subject. This will be of 4 credits.
  • This paper will be for the students from other faculty/department. This will not be for the students of the concerned department. In place of this, they will have to study other subject as their Minor Elective Paper.

Research Project in Post Graduation Programme


  • In the fourth and fifth year (first and second year of post graduation) of higher education the student will have to undertake extensive research project.
  • The student will have to choose the research project from the major subject in fourth and fifth year.
  • The student of graduation (with research) and post graduation will have to do research project of four credits (four hours per week) in each semester.
  • The student will submit the Project Report/Dissertation of the research done in two semesters at the end of the year the assessment of which will be done collectively by the external and the supervisor nominated by the University at the end of the year. Thus, this examination will have total 08 credits.
  • If a student gets a research paper from his research project published in UGC Care List/Peer Reviewed Journal during post graduation course then he could be given 25 extra marks for the assessment of research project (Maximum marks 100). Maximum marks will be hundred only. Therefore, in case of no publication of research paper, the research project will be evaluated out of 75 marks only.

Credit Allocation and Attendance:


  • Minimum number of credits required for the degree of post graduation in the first and second year will be 52 and 48 respectively. The distribution will be like this–
  1. 40 credits in a year according to 20 credits per semester with a total number of 80 credits related to the major subject.
  2. 08 credits in a year according to 4 credits in each semester with a total number of 16 credits for Research Project.
  3. 04 credits for the Minor paper in first year.

Thus the total credits mount to 80+16+04=100 Credits

  • If a student is eligible for examination on the basis of attendance in the class but fails to appear in the examination then he can appear in the examination in the next session. He will not be required to attend the classes again.

Research Project


  • In every subject the students will have to undertake a research project relater to their major subject.
  • This project will be of 04 credits.
  • It will be assessed at the end of the year based on the research performed through the two semesters and the Research Project submitted by the student.
  • The evaluation will be of 100 marks and it will be of 08 credits (including two semesters).
  • Therefore, it is necessary to give place to a research project of 04 credits in each semester by all the subjects/courses.
  • The stated research project will be prepared by the student under the supervision of the concerned teacher and there will be provision for co-guide based on the needs of the subject.
  • The student will submit the Project Report/Dissertation of the research done in two semesters at the end of the year the assessment of which will be done collectively by the external and the supervisor nominated by the University at the end of the year. Thus, this examination will have total 08 credits.
  • If a student gets a research paper from his research project published in UGC Care List during post graduation course then he could be given 25 extra marks for the assessment of research project (Maximum marks 100). Maximum marks will be hundred only. Therefore, in case of no
  • publication of research paper, the research project will be evaluated out of 75 marks only.
  • Grades based on the Research Project will be mentioned on the Marks list and will also be included in the CGPA.

Model Course List

Post Graduation, First Year – First Semester, Subjects:

Course Code
(Theoretical)
Credit/Total Course Code
(Practical)
Credit/Total Name of Course Remark
MHNC-401 5/100 MGEC-401 4/100 Paper – 1 Core Paper
MHNC-402 5/100 MGEC-402 4/100 Paper – 2 Core Paper
MHNC-403 5/100 MGEC-403 4/100 Paper – 3 Core Paper
MHNC-404 5/100 MGEC-404 4/100 Paper – 4 Core Paper
—- MGEL-405 4/100 Paper – 5 Practical
MHNM-406 4/100 MGEM-406 4/100 Paper – 6 Minor Elective
MHNP-407 4 MGEP-407 4 Paper – 7 Research Project
Total 28/500 28/600

Post Graduation First Year – Second Semester

Course Code Credit/Total Course Code Credit/Total Name of Course Remark
MHNC-411 5/100 MGEC-411 4/100 Paper – 1 Core Paper
MHNC-412 5/100 MGEC-412 4/100 Paper – 2 Core Paper
MHNC-413 5/100 MGEC-413 4/100 Paper – 3 Core Paper
MHNC-414 5/100 MGEC-414 4/100 Paper – 4 Core Paper
MGEL-415 4/100 Paper – 5 Practical
MHNP-415 4/100 MGEP-416 4/100 Paper – 6 Research Project
Total 24/500 24/600

Post Graduation Second Year – Third Semester

Course Code Credit/Total Course Code Credit/Total Name of Course Remark
MHNC-501 5/100 MGEC-501 4/100 Paper – 1 Core Paper
MHNC-502 5/100 MGEC-502 4/100 Paper – 2 Core Paper
MHNE-503 5/100 MGEE-503 4/100 Paper – 3 Elective
MHNE-504 5/100 MGEE-504 4/100 Paper – 4 Elective
MGEL-505 4/100 Paper – 5 Practical
MHNP-505 4 MGEP-506 4 Paper – 6 Research Project
Total 24/400 24/500

Post Graduation Second Year – Fourth Semester

Course Code Credit/Total Course Code Credit/Total Name of Course Remark
MHNC-511 5/100 MGEC-511 4/100 Paper – 1 Core Paper
MHNC-512 5/100 MGEC-512 4/100 Paper – 2 Core Paper
MHNE-513 5/100 MGEE-513 4/100 Paper – 3 Elective
MHNE-514 5/100 MGEE-514 4/100 Paper – 4 Elective
MGEL-515 4/100 Paper – 5 Practical
MHNP-515 4/100 MGEP-416 4/100 Paper – 6 Research Project
Total 24/500 24/600

Code


MHNC: M.A. Hindi Core Paper, MHNM: M.A. Hindi Minor Elective Paper, MHNE: M.A. Hindi Elective Paper, MHPE: M.A. Hindi Research Project.

MGEC: M.A. Geography Core Paper, MGEM: M.A. Geography Minor Paper, MGEE: M.A. Geography Elective Paper, MGEP: M.A. Geography Research Project, MGEL: M.A. Geography Practical Paper.

The first letter of the Course Code designates Masters (Post Graduation), following two letters suggest the Subject and the last letter tells the nature of the course. In the numbers the first number designates the Year of the post graduate course and the last two digits tell the number of the paper. For example in MHNC – 401, M stands for M.A., HN means Hindi, C for Core Paper, 4 for fourth year and 01 for first paper.

Likewise following will be the meaning of the code letters–

M – Minor E – Elective P – Project L – Lab (Practical)
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