START DATE - END DATE
15th Jun 2018 - 15th Jul 2018
Method of Application
Online & Offline Both
Jadavpur University, in Kolkata, India provides postgraduate courses of MA, M.Sc. And M.P.Ed. Programs in different branches. All the given courses are for a period of two years, and the application forms are available by the University online on the University website at various dates starting from March.
Jadavpur University provides 13 MA programs and 7 M.Sc. Programs, available as both Day and Evening courses. The program is a Day) course and available in residential method only. The University also provides undergraduate and research-based programs. The M.P.Ed.
The courses are provideed by the following departments of the University:
The admission to these courses are made via entrance exams, while there are two other major factors that are taken into consideration while the selection of an aspirant i.e. skill possessed and the percentage scored in the qualifying examination in certain courses. The eligibility and the selection procedure differs from course to course.
15th Jun 2018 - 15th Jul 2018
Online & Offline Both
|Last date of online submission of an application for M.P.Ed.||21st Mar 2018|
|Last Date for online submission of an application for MA||26th Apr, 2018|
|Last date of submission of online application for M.Sc.||15th Jul, 2018|
|Department||General||SC/ST||PD / OBC – A / OBC – B|
|Economics||BA/B.Sc. Hons- Economics with 60% marks||BA/B.Sc. Hons- Economics with 45% marks||BA/B.Sc. Hons- Economics with 54% marks|
|Sociology||B.A. Hons- Sociology with 50% marks||B.A. Hons- Sociology with 40% marks||B.A. Hons- Sociology with 45% marks|
|Political Science and International Relations||B.A. Hons- Political Science with 55% marks||B.A. Hons- Political Science with 45% marks||B.A. Hons- Political Science with 50% marks|
|Comparative Literature||Bachelor’s degree with Honours/Major with 50% marks||Bachelor’s degree with Honours/Major with 40% marks||Bachelor’s degree with Honours/Major with 45% marks|
|Sanskrit||B.A. Hons- Sanskrit with 55% marks||B.A. Hons- Sanskrit with 41% marks||B.A. Hons- Sanskrit with 50% marks|
|Education||B.A. Hons- Education with 50% marks||B.A. Hons- Education with 40% marks||B.A. Hons- Education with 45% marks|
|Bengali||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 55% marks||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 41% marks||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 50% marks|
|English||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 50% marks||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 40% marks||3 years B.A. Hons in relevant subject with 45% marks|
|Philosophy||B.A. Hons- Philosophy with 50% marks||B.A. Hons- Philosophy with 40% marks||B.A. Hons- Philosophy with 45% marks|
|Film Studies||3 years Honours Degree or any Engineering/Technology/Medical Science Degree||3 years Honours Degree or any Engineering/Technology/Medical Science Degree||3 years Honours Degree or any Engineering/Technology/Medical Science Degree|
|History||BA Hons- History with 58% marks||BA Hons- History with 43-5% marks||BA Hons- History with 52% marks|
|Linguistics||3-Year Honours degree or Major in any literature or non-literature subject with 45% marks||3-Year Honours degree or Major in any literature or non-literature subject with 40% marks||3-Year Honours degree or Major in any literature or non-literature subject with 40% marks|
For admission to the above program, the aspirant should have finished the BA Hons Degree from a University/Institute recognized by UGC.
The aspirant who has appeared or due to appear in the B.A. /B.Sc. Final Year/Semester Examination, within the university, may also apply. For such an aspirant the latest available marks Honours/Major papers in semester system/ annual system of the examination will be considered for preparing the merit list.
|Physics||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics with 60% marks and Mathematics as pass subject||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics with 45% marks and Mathematics as a pass subject|
|Chemistry||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Chemistry with 60% marks and Mathematics and Physics as pass subjects||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Chemistry with 45% marks and Mathematics and Physics as pass subjects|
|Mathematics||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Mathematics with 60% marks||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Mathematics with 45% marks|
|Applied Geology||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Geology/Geological Sciences with 55% marks||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Geology/Geological Sciences with 41% marks|
|Electronic Science||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics/Electronics with 60% marks and Mathematics as pass subject||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics/Electronics with 45% marks and Mathematics as pass subject|
|Biotechnology||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Degree with 55% marks and 60% marks at HS level||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Degree with 41% marks and 60% marks at HS level|
|Instrumentation||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics/Instrumentation/Electronics with 50% marks with Physics and Mathematics as pass subjects||B.Sc. (Honours/Major) Physics/Instrumentation/Electronics with 41% marks with Physics and Mathematics as pass subjects|
For admission to the above program, the aspirant should have finished the B.Sc. Hons. Degree in the relevant field from a University/Institute recognized by UGC.
The aspirant who has appeared or due to appear in his/her Final Year/Semester Examination may also apply. For such an aspirant the latest available marks Honours/Major papers in semester system/ annual system of the examination will be considered for preparing the merit list.
The application procedure is clearly online and the duly filled Application Forms must be submitted by the last date mentioned above. If you are applying, click the Apply button. You have to offer this information only once, regardless of how many departments you apply for. You will then get a unique number. You can apply for any number of programs, but the Application fee will differ for every subsequent program. If you are not sure about the meaning of any box, place the cursor over that box, and a Tool Tip box will appear. Before applying you can review the eligibility criteria from the link on the top right corner. The form can be accessed on the University website and is common to all programs.
Online Application: The entire Application procedure includes primarily in three steps.
Step 1: First, you must log in and enter your individual and educational information here. You must note down that Application number.
Step 3: In the Main Page you will get the link for online payment of Application Fee, for which you should pay Rs. 125 for the first form, and Rs. 100 in the subsequent forms if you apply for other programs. You should then upload the SB Collect Reference No (starting with DU) in this website, and click on submit.
Your Application procedure is now clear.Now click Submit button to save your data. The payment can be made online through SBI I-Collect system in any of the following modes:
Now you required to go to the link and pay the Application Fees using Net Banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card. to login to this system in future.
Step 2: You will now need to select the department you wish to apply for. For each department that you apply for, you will be generated a various Application number. Please note down this, you will require this No.
|MA Comparative Literature||Entrance Test (2 papers)|
|MA English, Bengali, Linguistics, Economics and Political Science with International Relations||Admission Test|
|MA Philosophy and Sanskrit||Admission Test and Qualifying Exam|
|MA Film Studies||Straight Admitted (if marks above 50%) or Admission Test|
|MA Education||Qualifying Exam|
|MA Sociology and History||Qualifying Exam or Admission Test (if Qualifying exam passed via correspondence)|
|M.Sc.||Entrance Test + Qualifying Exam|
|M.P.Ed.||Written Examination (50) + Practical Test (50)|
Note: For PD category: Selection will be made in accordance with merit based on 50% weight on the academic performance and 50% weight on the percentage of disability in the 40%-100% scale.
The reservation criteria will apply only to those aspirants domiciled in the state of West Bengal. Participants under PD category will have to appear before an expert committee to be constituted by the University.
For OBC Category: The aspirants who will be provisionally selected under the OBC- A and OBC- B categories must produce an OBC certificate at the time of counseling/ admission, whose date of issue should not be previous. It will be based on the policy followed by the state government rules.
For PWD: Persons with 40% or more disability will only be considered for admission under PD category under PWD. It should be alloted by the competent authority that completely indicates:
*The article might have information for the earlier academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification alloted by the University/College
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