THE SANSKRIT COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY

(1, BANKIM CHATTERJEE STREET, KOLKATA-700073)

 

INFORMATION BROCHURE REGARDING ADMISSION, 2019

TO

M.Phil. COURSE

IN

SCHOOL OF SANSKRIT STUDIES / BENGALI/ ENGLISH / ANCIENT INDIAN AND WORLD HISTORY

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The exercise of the powers conferred by the Section of the West Bengal Act XXXIII of 1815 of the Sanskrit College and University, the Executive Council makes the Sanskrit College and University M.Phil. Regulations – 2019, relating to the Provisions, Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) on the basis of the Gazette Notification of UGC (Minimum standards and procedure for awards of M.Phil./ Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2019 on May 08, 2019.

Relating to Provisions, Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of the Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) with retrospective effect from the date of the Gazette Notification of UGC (Minimum standards and procedure for awards of M.Phil./ Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2019 on May 08, 2019.

1. Preamble:

1.1: These Regulations shall be called ‘The Sanskrit College and University M.Phil. Regulations – 2019’. Hereinafter, it shall be referred as M.Phil. Regulations – 2019.

1.2:  The M.Phil. Degree shall be awarded to a candidate on the basis of a research work in a disciplinary subject or in interdisciplinary filed through submission and successful defence of a thesis describing such work on fulfilment of such terms and conditions prescribed hereinafter in these M.Phil. Regulations – 2019.

1.3:  The dissertation for the M.Phil. Degree must be a contribution to the knowledge of the subject and afford evidence of originality shown either by the discovery of new facts or establishing relations between facts or by exercise of independent critical analysis.

1.4:  The admission to M.Phil. programme will be strictly ONLINE.

2. Eligibility criteria for admission to the M.Phil. Programme:

2.1:  Candidates for admission to the M.Phil. programme shall have a Master’s degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale of old grading system) or an equivalent degree from a foreign educational Institute accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognised or authorised by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country or may other statutory authority in that country for the purpose of assessing, accrediting or assuring quality and standards of educational institutions.

2.2:  A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/Differently Abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to tie, or for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The eligibility marks of 55% (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentions including the grace mark procedures.

3. Intake Capacity:

  • Total Number of the seats under different departments are given below:

 

DEPARTMENTS

GENERAL

RESERVED

TOTAL SEATS

School of Sanskrit Studies

04

02

06

Bengali

01

01

02

English

03

02

05

Ancient Indian and World History

01

01

02

 

4. Duration of the M.Phil. programme:

4.1: M.Phil. Programme shall be of four (4) consecutive semesters/ two years with effect from the date of admission to the M.Phil. Programme. It shall ordinarily be spread over four semesters of six months.

4.2: The women candidates and Persons with Disability (more than 40% disability) may be allowed a relaxation of one year for M.Phil. Programme in the maximum duration. In addition, the women candidates may be provided Maternity Leave/ Child Leave once in the entire duration of M.Phil. Programme for up to 240 days.

5. Procedure for admission to the M.Phil. programme:

5.1: Number of students to be admitted in a subject for the M.Phil. Programme in each academic session shall be decided by the concerned Department Research Committee (DRC) on the basis of the available specialisation among the eligible supervisors as specified hereinafter at the Clauses 5.1 and 5.2.

5.2: The candidates will have to appear for an Entrance Test, and if qualified, have to appear for an interview to be conducted by the DRC. However, the students who have qualified in the NET/SET/GATE/UGC (JRF)/CSIR (JRF) or Teacher Fellowship Holder will be exempted from appearing in the Research Entrance Test to be conducted by the University. Such candidates will have to appear in the interview.

5.2.1 On the basis of the number of Applicants, University authority will decide whether there will be Entrance test/ Interview/ both (Test and Interview)

5.3: Only the predetermined number of students, excluding the 15% supernumerary seats as prescribed by the UGC for foreign or NRI students shall be admitted to M.Phil. programme.

5.4: Reservation of seats for the reserved categories of candidates will be as per Government Rules.

5.5: Syllabus of the Entrance Test:

5.5.1: Accordingly, there will be Written Entrance Test of 100 marks. Total duration of the test will be 3 (three) hours.

5.6. Qualifying Marks in the Written Test and Viva-Voce:

5.6.1: Each candidate will have to obtain 40% {(30% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD (PH)} individually as qualifying marks in both halves (1st half and 2nd half).

5.6.2: In order to qualify for the Interview, each candidate will be required to score at least 50% {45% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD (PH)} marks (marks of 1st half and 2nd half taken together after screening the qualifying marks of 40% {(30% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD (PH)} individually in both halves (1st half and 2nd half) out of 100 marks.

5.6.3: Only the qualified candidates in the Entrance Test and students exempted from appearing in the Entrance Test as per provision mentioned above at clause 4.3 will be allowed to appear for interview/viva-voce to be conducted by the respective Department Research Committee (DRC).

5.6.4: The interview/viva-voce shall also consider, inter alia, the following aspects, viz. whether:

  1. a) the candidate possesses the competence for the proposed research;
  2. b) the research work can be suitably undertaken at the Institution/College;
  3. c) the proposed area of research can contribute to new/additional knowledge.

5.6.5: In the viva-voce/ interview for admission to M.Phil. programmes, qualifying marks will be 50% {45% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD (PH)}.

5.6.6: Merit list of the candidates will be prepared only on the basis of the marks obtained in viva-voce/ Interview. The selected candidates will have to take admission by paying requisite fees as may be prescribed by the University from time to time.

5.7: Candidates already in employment if selected for admission, must produce ‘NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE’ and ‘CERTIFICATE OF SANCTION LEAVE’ from the Employer to pursue the fulltime 2 years academic programme of M.Phil. prior to confirmation of admission, failing which their provisional admission will be treated as cancelled.

5.8: TheCandidate, if already registered in other University must produce the Migration Certificate at the time of registration in this University. The Candidate must produce Character Certificate duly signed by the Head of the previous Institution at the time of admission.

5.9: Reservation of seats for the reserved categories of candidates will be as per Government Rules.

5.10: The University shall maintain the list of all the M.Phil. registered students on its website on year-wise basis. The list shall include the name of the registered candidate, topic of his/her research, name of his/her supervisor/ co-supervisor, date of enrolment/ registration.

6. Subjects, Chances and Course Work for the M.Phil. programme:

6.1: Subject to prescription of the details as regards the division of paper/ subject/ courses in syllabus by the Faculty/Council on the recommendation of the relevant Department Research Committee (DRC), the M.Phil. programme shall have two papers of 100 marks each (or a number of courses having a total of 8 credit hours equivalent to a paper of 100 marks) or four half papers of 50 marks (or a number of courses having a total of 4 credit hours) each for written examination, and one Dissertation carrying 150 marks plus viva-voce carrying 50 marks. The credit assigned to the M.Phil. programme shall be a minimum of 32 credits.

6.2: Each First and Second Semester will consist of one paper of 100 marks or a number of courses having 8 credit hours equivalent to a paper of 100 marks (having 20% weightage for Internal Assessment). Each paper of 10 marks may be divided into two halves of 5 marks or a number of courses having a total of 4 credit hours (having 20% weightage for Internal Assessment) each. Provided further that the syllabus of First Semester, inter alia, will include the contents of the Course Work consisting of Research Methodology which could cover areas such as qualitative and quantitative methods, computer applications, research ethics and review of published research in the relevant field, training, field work, etc.

The Department where the scholar pursues his/ her research shall prescribe the course(s) to him/ her base in the recommendations of the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) subject to approval of the concerned Board of Studies.

Third and Fourth semesters will be combined ones having a total of 16 credit hours. At the end of the Third Semester, students will have to appear before the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) to submit detailed progress report on Dissertation duly certified/ countersigned by the supervisor(s) concerned. Submission of Dissertation (150 marks) and viva-voce which may include performance test (50 marks) following Dissertation will take place in the Fourth semester.

6.3: Candidate will have to complete the process of registration within one month form the date of commencement of classes. Registration with enrolment or only enrolment for already registered candidates, as the case may be, in the 1st Semester of M.Phil. Programme is mandatory to become eligible for examination.

Provided further that there shall be no re-admission in the M.Phil. programme in the 1st Semester. Therefore, studentship of the candidates failing to comply with the provision mentioned in the preceding paragraph will be liable to be cancelled.

6.4:To be eligible for examination in 1st and 2nd Semesters held after completion of six-month semester, it is mandatory to satisfy both the conditions that (i) each candidates obtains 75% class attendance and (ii) each candidate gets his/her Continuous Internal Assessment done in each course.

6.5: If a candidate fails to satisfy the conditions mentioned at clause 6.4, he/ she will have to take re-admission.

Provided further that a candidate will be allowed to take re-admission in the 2nd Semester only once in the stipulated duration of the programme.

6.6: At the end of the 1st Semester the candidate will be required to appear at the examination and obtain a minimum of 55% of marks or its equivalent grade in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade/CGPA in a point scale of grading system) in the course work to become eligible to continue over into the 2nd Semester the candidate will also have to obtain a minimum of 50% of marks or its equivalent grade in UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade/CGPA in a point scale of grading system) in order to be eligible to continue in the programme and submit the dissertation.

However, in the event of a candidate’s failure in the written examination, be it in the 1st Semester or in the 2nd Semester, he/ she will have to re-appear in the theory/ subject papers only to qualify in the subsequent semester on a supplementary examination basis with their Internal Assessment marks as well as the marks of Computer Applications being carried forward.

6.7:Besides, a candidate who has failed to secure qualifying marks of 50% in the dissertation including viva-voce shall have more chances as specified below in the Section 5.8 to submit the dissertation along with the regular candidates of the next sessions.

6.8: Provided that the total number of chances to be allowed to a candidate to obtain qualifying marks as stipulated above at clauses 5.6 and 5.7 at both the written test shall be allowed only one chance to clear the dissertation (including viva-voce) shall not exceed three, i.e. a candidate who avails two consecutive chances to secure qualifying marks at the written test shall be allowed only one chance to clear the dissertation (including viva-voce), while one who secures qualifying marks in the written test shall be allowed to avail of two consecutive chances to secure qualifying marks in the dissertation (including viva-voce).

Provided further that the women candidates and persons with disability (more than 40% disability) will get one extra chance to obtain qualifying marks at the written examination.

6.9: At the end of the Course Work there shall be an examination which will be conducted centrally by the Examination Department.

6.10: Each candidate will be required to fill up form as per schedule.

6.11: 75% of attendance of Course Work classes is required for fill up of forms. (For candidates who are in employment are required to submit the statement of leave issued by the employer in addition).

6.12: The total marks of the Course Work examination will be 100, among which 50 marks for Methodology, 25 marks for Book Review, training, field work etc. and 25 marks for Computer Applications.

6.13: DRC of each department will set question paper for 50 marks (duration of examination: 2 hrs.) of Methodology without any moderation. The chairman of the DRC will submit the question paper to the Examination Department. The DRC will evaluate papers and the chairman of the DRC will submit the marks under his/her signature to the Examination Department. 25 marks of Book Review, training, field work etc. will be evaluated by the respective RACs. The Convenor of the RAC will submit the evaluation report (with marks) to the Examination Department. The examination of 25 marks of Computer Application will be conducted by the Computer Centre. The Head of the Computer Centre will conduct the examination and submit marks to the Examination Department. The result of Course Work Examination will be published by the Examination Department.

6.14: An M.Phil. Scholar has to obtain a minimum of 55% of marks or its equivalent grade in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade/ CGPA in a point grade in the grading system) in the course work in order to be eligible to continue in the programme and submit the dissertation.

Course Work

Methodology

50 marks

Book Review, training, field work etc.

25 marks

Computer Applications

25 marks

 

For M.Phil. Programme

Semester

Content

Full Marks

Sub division of marks

Semester – I

Methodology with Class Attendance

100

50 +25 + 25

Semester – II

Subject

100

80 + 20

or (40+10+40+10)

Semester – III & IV

(combined)

Dissertation

Viva-Voce

150

50

……………………

Total Marks =

400

 

7. Research Supervisor for the M.Phil. Programme:

Eligibility criteria to be a Research Supervisor, Number of M.Phil. Scholars permissible per Supervisor, etc.:

7.1: Any regular Professor of the University with (at least five) research publications in refereed journals shall be eligible to act as Supervisor.

7.2: Any regular Associate/Assistant Professor of the university with the Ph.D. /M.Phil. Degree an at least with (two) research publications (in refereed journals) may be recognized as Research Supervisor. With reasons recorded in writing.

7.3: Only a full time regular Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor holding substantive post in the University can act as a supervisor subject to fulfilment of the conditions mentioned at clause 6.1 and 6.2 or a teacher with Ph.D. of other University/College.

7.4: No fresh M.Phil. scholars shall be allotted to the Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor during his/her stint on re-employment/extension.

7.5: Any full time regular Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor appointed as supervisor as per UGC (Minimum standards and procedure for awards of M.Phil./Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2016, may continue to supervise the scholars allocated under him/her even after his/her retirement.

7.6: Any full time regular Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor, if assigned as supervisor fulfilling the provisions mentioned above at clause 6.4, may continue to supervise the scholars allocated under him/her even after completion of his/her lien period if appointed in other Universities/Institutions, subject to fulfilment of the conditions that

(i)    the registration or enrolment at the M.Phil. Programme of such candidates allocated under him/her were made before commencement of his/her lien period.

(ii)   the concerned teacher gives an undertaking to the University to the effect that he/she will continue to supervise the scholar/s allocated under him/her for the academic interest and career of the scholar/s.

7.7: Any full time regular Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor appointed as supervisor as per UGC (Minimum standards and procedure for awards of M.Phil. /Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2016, if allowed Study Leave, shall continue to supervise the scholars allocated under him/her during the period of Study Leave and such teacher shall give an undertaking to the University to the effect that he/she will continue to supervise the scholar/s allocated under him/her for the academic interest and career of the scholar/s prior to commencement of his/her Study Leave.

8. Allocation of Research Supervisor for the M.Phil. Programme:

8.1: The allocation of Research Supervisor for a selected research scholar shall be decided by the Department concerned depending on the number of scholars per Research Supervisor, the available specialization among the Supervisors and research interests of the scholars as indicated by them at the time of interview/viva voce.

8.2: A research supervisor who is a Professor, at any given point of time, cannot guide more than Three (3) M.Phil. Scholars. An Associate Professor as Research Supervisor can guide up to a maximum of two (2) M.Phil. Scholars and an Assistant Professor as Research Supervisor can guide only one (1) M.Phil. Scholar.

8.3: In case of relocation of an M.Phil. woman scholar due to marriage or otherwise, the research data shall be allowed to be transferred to the University to which the scholar intends to relocate provided all the other conditions in these regulations are followed in letter and spirit and the research work does not pertain to the project secured by the parent institution/supervisor from any funding agency. The scholar will however give due credit to the parent guide and the institution for the part of research done.

9. Department Research Committee (DRC) and its functions for the M.Phil. Programme:

9.1: There shall be a Department Research Committee (DRC) in each Department. The tenure of each DRC will be of 4 (four) years.

9.2: The composition of the DRC shall be as follows:

(1) Professor(s), Associate Professor(s) and Assistant Professor (s) of the department who are eligible to act as Supervisors as per provisions of these Regulations.

Provided further that in the case of non-availability of sufficient number of Professor(s)/Associate Professor(s)/Assistant Professor (s) in the department who are eligible to act as Supervisors as per provisions of these Regulations, such department may be permitted to constitute the DRC by opting Professor(s), Associate Professor(s) and Assistant Professor (s) from other departments who are eligible to act as Supervisors

(ii) Head of the Department or the senior most amongst the teachers mentioned at 8.2. (i) shall be the Chairperson of the DRC.

(iii) The Department shall include two external experts from other Universities/Institutions subject to approval of the Vice—Chancellor.

(iv) The minimum number of members of DRC should not be less than five and the presence of two third of the total members including at least one external expert will constitute the quorum.

Provided further that in the case of holding viva-voce/interview for admission, presence of external expert shall not be mandatory.

9.3: The DRC shall conduct the interview/viva-voce for admission to the M. Phil. programme in the Department.

9.4: The DRC shall recommend a panel of six (6) external experts for each RAC to the Vice-Chancellor and among which the Vice-Chancellor will select two (2) external experts. In the event of arising vacancy in the slot meant for the external expert, the DRC may recommend the name(s) of the external experts to the Vice-Chancellor either from the existing panel or even recommend a fresh panel for the purpose.

9.5: The DRC may advise the Convener of each RAC for preparation of six monthly progress reports regularly through RAC meeting.

10. Research Advisory Committee (RAC) and its functions for the M.Phil. programme:

10.1: There shall be a Research Advisory Committee (RAC) for each M.Phil. Scholar. The Research Supervisor of the scholar shall be the Convener of thisCommittee.
10.2: The composition of the RAC shall be as follows:

(i)Head of the Department or Chairperson of the DRC may be the Ex-Officio Chairperson.

(ii)The Research Supervisor of the scholar. He/ she shall be the Convenor of this Committee.

(iv)Two external experts from other Universities/ Institutions to be recommended by the DRC.

(v)The presence of three members out of which at least one shall be external expert, will constitute the quorum.

10.3: This Committee shall have the following responsibilities:

a) To review the research proposal and finalize the title of research;

b) To guide the research scholar to develop the study design and methodology of research and identify the course(s) that he/she may have to do.

c) To periodically review and assist in the progress of the research work of the research scholar.

d) To recommend a panel of three external experts (as per provisions mentioned at clause 10.4 hereinafter) to the Vice-Chancellor for adjudication of the thesis.

10.4: A research scholar shall appear before the Research Advisory Committee once in six months to make a presentation of the progress of his/her work for evaluation and further guidance. The six monthly progress reports shall be submitted by the Research Advisory Committee to the Deputy Registrar of Examinations with a copy to the research scholar.

10.5: lf the Supervisor fails to convene the meeting of the RAC for preparation of six-monthly progress report of the concerned scholar within one month after the completion of stipulated period of six months, he/she shall state the reasons to the DRC. The DRC may, upon considering the reasons thereof, extend a maximum period of one month for convening the meeting of the RAC.

10.6:lf the Supervisor even fails to convene the meeting of the RAC for preparation of six-monthly progress report of the concerned scholar within the period as mentioned out at clause 9.5 above, the matter will be then referred to the Executive Council for decision.

10.7:In case the progress of the research scholar is unsatisfactory, the Research Advisory Committee shall record the reasons for the same and suggest corrective measures. If the research scholar fails to implement these corrective measures, the Research Advisory Committee may recommend to the University with specific reasons for cancellation of the registration of the research scholar.

11. Evaluation and Assessment Methods, minimum standards/credits for award of the degree, etc.:

11.1: Prior to the submission of the dissertation/thesis, the scholar shall make a presentation in the Department before the Research Advise Committee which shall also be open to all faculty members and other research scholars. The feedback and comments obtained from them may be suitably incorporated into the draft dissertation/thesis in consultation with the Research Advisory Committee (RAC).

11.2: M.Phil. Scholars must present at least one (1) research paper in a conference/seminars before the submission of the dissertation/thesis for adjudication, and produce evidence for the same in the form of presentation certificates and/or reprints. Such an eligible candidate shall submit three copies of his/her dissertation duly certified by the Research Advisory Committee (RAC), type-written / photocopied / printed for the purpose of submission, and in bound volumes along with four soft copies with a fee of an amount as may be prescribed by the Executive Council from time to time.

11.3: The University authority shall evolve a mechanism using well developed software and gadgets to detect plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty. While submitting for evaluation, the dissertation/thesis shall have an undertaking from the research scholar and a certificate from the Research Supervisor attesting to the originality of the work, vouching that there is no plagiarism and that the work has not been submitted for the award of any other degree/diploma of the same institution where the work was carried out, or to any other Institution.

11.4: The M.Phil. Dissertation submitted by a research scholar shall be evaluated by his/her Research Supervisor and one external examiner. The viva-voce examination, based among other things, on the critiques given in the evaluation report, shall be conducted by both of them together, and shall be open to be attended by Members of the Research Advisory Committee, all faculty members of the Department, other research scholars and other interested expert researchers.

11.5: The public viva-voce of the research scholar to defend the dissertation shall be conducted only if the evaluation report of the external examiner on the dissertation is satisfactory and include a specific recommendation for conducting the viva-voce examination. If the evaluation report of the external examiner is unsatisfactory and does not recommend viva-voce, the University shall send the dissertation to another external examiner out of the approved panel of examiners and the viva-voce examination shall be held only if the report of the latest examiner is satisfactory. If the report of the latest examiner is also unsatisfactory, the dissertation shall be rejected and the research scholar shall be declared ineligible for the award of the degree.

11.6: The institutions shall develop appropriate methods so as to complete the entire process of evaluation of M.Phil. Dissertation within a period of six months from the date of submission of the dissertation.

12. Award of M.Phil.degrees prior to Notification of these Regulations:

Award of degrees to candidates registered for the- M.Phil. Programme shall be governed by the provisions of the UGC (Minimum Standards and procedure for Awards of M. Phil/Ph.D. Degree) Regulation, 2009.

13. Depository with INFLIBNET:

13.1: Following the successful completion of the evaluation process and before the announcement of the award of the M.Phil. Degree, the University shall submit an electronic copy of the M.Phil. Dissertation to the INFLIBNET, for hosting the same so as to make it accessible to all Institutions.

13.2: Prior to the actual award of the degree, the University shall issue a provisional Certificate to the effect that the Degree has been awarded in accordance with the provisions of these UGC Regulations, 2016.

Extra (1) The Language: The language of all the courses including the dissertation of M.Phil. (in Sanskrit) shall be either in Sanskrit with Devanaḡari script or English.

 14. Course Fee Structure: 

Course Fee Structure for 1st Year is given below: 

Serial No.

Details of Fee

Rupees

1

Tuition Fees

2200/-

2

Admission Fees

700/-

3

Session Charge

1000/-

4

Library Deposit Fees (Refundable)

1000/-

5

Library Fees

500/-

6

Development Fees:

400/-

7

Identity Card

50/-

8

Registration Fees

300/-

 

TOTAL FEES

Rs 6150/-

 Course Fee Structure for 2nd Year will be notified later.

15. Instructions for Online Application:

 Before proceeding for filling the Online Application Form, the applicant is required to have the following: 

  1. Personal Email ID of the applicant is required for validations and future correspondence. In case the candidate provides wrong/incorrect email ID then he/ she will not be able to receive the updates. 
  2. Personal Mobile Number of the applicant is required for validations and future correspondence. In case the Applicant provides wrong/incorrect mobile phone number, he/ she will not be able to receive the updates. 
  3. Clearly scanned latest Passport Size Photograph (3.5cms x 4.5cms) & Signature; all in jpeg/ jpg format, size limited to 100 KB each. 
  4. The Applicant will click on the “Apply Online” link for the Application Procedure.
  5. Please note that, the field with a red asterisk/ star mark is mandatory (User cannot proceed for submission of form without entering valid data in it).
  6. The Applicant will fill in the application form online and upload all the required documents. Once this process is complete, the Applicant will be redirected to the payment portal.
  7. After successful payment of the fees (Application Fees: Rs 200/-), the Applicant can complete the online application process.
  8. Once the payment is successful, the application form in pdf format will be generated and the student can download the same for future reference.

Please note that, no request for correction in form will be entertained once the Applicant has successfully submitted the Online Application Form and fee.

The Applicant is responsible for the particulars submitted in Online Application Form. 

16. Documents to be uploaded for Successful Application:

The Applicant must upload the following documents for successful application:

  1. Marksheet of Madhyamik/ Equivalent
  2. Certificate of Madhyamik/ Equivalent
  3. Marksheet of H.S. / Equivalent
  4. Certificate of H.S. / Equivalent
  5. Marksheet of B.A. (Honours)
  6. Certificate of B.A. (Honours)
  7. Marksheet of M.A.
  8. Certificate of M.A.
  9. Caste Certificate (If Applicable)
  10. Disability Certificate (If Applicable)
  11. Admit Card of Class X for D.O.B. Verification
  12. Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended
  13. Migration Certificate (in original) from the Head of the Institution/University last attended
  14. Release Letter of the last Employer (If applicable)
  15. CSIR, UGC-NET, NET, GATE, SET, etc. Certificate(If applicable)
  16. Signature Upload
  17. Photo Upload (35 x 45 mm in JPEG format less than 100 kb) 

17. IMPORTANT DATES: 

  • Opening of Online Application Portal: 10.08.2019
  • Opening of Payment Gateway:10.08.2019
  • Closing of Online Application:19.08.2019 [till 11.59 P.M]
  • Closing of Payment Gateway:19.08.2019 [till 11.59 P.M]
  • Publication of List for Shortlisted Candidates:26.08.2019
  • Date of Entrance Test/ Interview will be notified later

 

Online MPhil Application Helpline No. :
842 0000 475 (Time : 10.30 am to 5.30 pm)

Joint Conveners,

Admission Committee, SCU

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