Sanskrit College and University has released official notification for admission into Undergraduates and Post Graduates programme in various discipline for the academic year 2017-2018. All the candidates who have checked their eligibility criteria and satisfy with terms and conditions notified by Sanskrit College and University can fill their Application form as per schedule date. Application Form is available as per the schedule date. Candidates can check the complete information of Sanskrit College and University Admission 2017 like application process, eligibility criteria, and other information through this page below.
Latest: – Final Merit List of candidates for English Hons. has been published. Check through the link below.
Sanskrit College and University Admission 2017
Candidates can fill their Application Form for various UG and PG courses through the official website. Admission will be made on merit based. Schedule for Sanskrit College and University Admission 2017 is given below.
For Undergraduate Courses
|Date of Submission of Application (Online only)||From 02 Jun to 14 Jun 2017|
|Payment of Application Fee||From 03 Jun to 19 Jun 2017|
|Publication of Provisional first merit list||21 Jun 2017|
|Submission of Application of rectification in the provisional first merit list (if any required)||Wihin 23 Jun 2017|
|Publication of first merit list||26 Jun 2017|
|Date of counselling and Admission||29 Jun 2017|
|Publication of Final merit list||04 Jul 2017|
|Date of Final Counselling and Admission||07 Jul 2017|
For UG Programmes
Students who will qualify Higher Secondary or equivalent (in the 10+2 system) are eligible to apply for admission to the courses, subject to their fulfilling of the eligibility criteria as given below:
The total number of seats under different categories and the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) for applying for admission to various Honours courses is given as under. (Aggregate is to be calculated based on best four electives at Higher Secondary or equivalent)
|Sanskrit||60% in Aggregate,
60% in Sanskrit
|Linguistics||50% in Aggregate||30|
|Pali||50% in Aggregate||30|
|AIWH||50% in Aggregate||30|
|Philosophy||50% in Aggregate||40|
|Bengali||60% in Aggregate,
60% in Bengali
|English||60% in Aggregate,
70% in English
|T.O.L (in each specialization)||50% in Aggregate,
50% in Sanskrit
All students wishing to take admission in Under-graduate Honours Degree course in different subjects and fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria as mentioned above. above will have to go through a process of screening (which may involve written test), the modalities of which will be decided by the individual departments.
For PG Programmes
Students of The Sanskrit College and University who have successfully qualified Honours courses will be selected on the basis of merit in terms of marks secured at the Honours level. Such students will fill up Sixty percent (60%) of the total number of seats.
The remaining Forty percent (40%) of the total number of seats will be filled up through a written Admission Test conducted by the respective departments. Students from Universities other than The Sanskrit College and University who have successfully qualified Honours courses with minimum of Sixty percent (60%) of the total marks will be eligible to apply for appearing at the Admission Test. Such students of The Sanskrit College and University who have successfully qualified Honours courses but have not been able to take admission on the basis of merit, may also apply for appearing at the Admission Test.
For the first three years (or till the time The Sanskrit College and University begins to send out successful Under Graduate candidates) the admission to Post Graduate (Master in Arts) Degree courses will take place through a written examination for all candidates, irrespective of their University affiliation at the Under Graduate level, with special preference (the modalities of which will be decided by the Honourable Vice- Chancellor) given to students qualifying their Under Graduate level examinations from the erstwhile Sanskrit College.
|T.O.L (in each specialization)||25|