Admission
1-Admission Schedule 2009-10
2-Course offered
3-Combination of the Subjects
4-Flexibility to the students to move from one discipline to another
5-Time frame to pursue the programme frame
6-International students
7-Transparency in the Admission process
8-Eligibility Criteria
9-General Rules & requirement, reservation & weightage for admission
10-No of seats available*
11-Monitoring process
12-Socio-economic profile of the students of the last two batches
13-Efforts made by the College to minimize the dropout rate and facilitate the students to complete the course
14-Safety and security of the students
1-Admission Schedule 2009-10

Registration for Admission will be open for Session 2009-10 in June 2009

Contact: 0120-2575115

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2-Course offered

Various courses running in the college are

Science Faculty (B.Sc.-Bio/Math)

Available Subjects: Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Physics, Mathematic, Statistics, Computer Science

Arts Faculty (B.A., M.A.-Economics)

Available Subjects: Economics, Education, English, Hindi, History, Music (Sitar), Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology

Commerce Faculty (B.Com, M.Com.)

Subject: Commerce

Certificate, Diploma & PG diploma (UGC Sponsored)-

Tour & Travel Management for arts & humanities students

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3-Combination of the Subjects

B.A. : Students can opt any 3 subjects out of 10 subjects available.
B.Sc. (Bio group) : Students have the choice to opt either microbiology or zoology together with botany and chemistry.
B.Sc.(Math group) : Students have the choice to opt either chemistry or Statistics or Computer science as one subjects together with Physics and Maths.
M.A./M.Com : Students have the choice in the final year to opt the paper of their choice for specialization.
UGC sponsored Job Oriented Certificate, Diploma & PG Diploma course is available for Arts & humanities students in "Tour & travel management". Students can opt this with their other U.G.Course

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4-Flexibility to the students to move from one discipline to another

• Science stream students can take the admission in BA, MA, B.Com and M.Com. According to university rules
• Student can get the admission in another stream. But for science it is essential that student must have the related science subject at 12th.

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5-Time frame to pursue the programme frame

• A regular student has the maximum time limit of 7 years to complete their UG and PG .

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6-International students

• They are allowed to take the admission in the available courses according to the rules of government and university.

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7-Transparency in the Admission process

• The institution has a transparent admission process. Merit lists are prepared and pasted regularly on the notice board and their summary is released in to press for publication. Sufficient time is given to the students to get admission and if needed further lists are prepared and their information is released into press time to time until the seats are filled up. In case of dispute student can approach the higher level admission dispute cell and the dispute is solved by them on the basis of Govt./University/College ruling.

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8-Eligibility Criteria

• For-B.A./ B.Sc./B.Com.-Marks obtained in qualifying examination (12th)
• For-B.A. /B.Sc./B.Com.-Marks obtained in qualifying examination (Graduation)

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9-General Rules & requirement, reservation & weightage for admission

• See at download section

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10-No of seats available*

• B.Sc. (Bio)-60
• B.Sc. (Math)-60
• B.A.-180
• B.Com-60
• M.A. (Economics)-40
• M.Com.-40
      *No of seats in different courses may increases by university/ UP
      government on the basis of demand

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11-Monitoring process

• Progress and attendance of the student is communicated to their parents during PTA meet. At the time of admission two self addressed post card are taken by most of subject teachers and they use these to communicate student’s progress to their parents time to time.
• Now college is planing to intimate students progress report to parents through SMS.

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12-Socio-economic profile of the students of the last two batches
Category/Sex
Male(%)
2006-07 2007-08
Female (%)
2006-07 2007-08
GEN 25.3 26.11 26.4 20.24
SC 8.02 8.66 6.47 7.16
ST 0.05 0.05 0.00 0.00
OBC 18.1 21.32 11.9 13.39
Minorities 2.18 2.18 0.76 0.76
Handicap 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05
Total 53.7 58.2 45.58 41.6
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13-Efforts made by the College to minimize the dropout rate and facilitate the students to complete the course

• The average dropout rate of last two years is less than 5% (UG-6.85, PG-0.31). Most of the student who leave the college after admission are because of their admission to professional courses such as medical, engineering, BCA etc and getting jobs.
• Steps taken to control dropout-

• For weak students extra classes are carried out so they can keep pace with their classmates
• Parents are motivated to send their wards regularly to the college especially in case of female students.
• Ragging is strictly prohibited in college campus. Students are motivated to create a harmonal environment to feel secure in campus life.

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14-Safety and security of the students

• Entire college campus is covered by a boundary wall of 6 feet height with fencing wire. There are three gates to enter in the campus. One gate is closed and only opened at the time of need.
• Two barriers are there at gate no-1 &2 to stop the entry of distributive elements.
• Gate no-2 is opened for the entry of student. At this point a class IV employee keeps watch on the entry of students and if there is any problem he calls up the Proctorial board to solve the problem. There is a parking for students' vehicles between gate no-2 and barrier. Across the barrier entry of the student vehicles is prohibited.
• The principal and Proctorial board keep patrolling the campus to check their identity cards, fee slips to stop the entry of unwanted persons inside the campus
• At the time of admission and examination a request is sent to SSP to provide the police force during these days to avoid any disorder.

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