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Coochbehar Panchanan Barma University UG Admission 2016

Deadline: 05-Jun-2016

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EligibilityClass 12 pass conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (W.B.C.H.S.E)],. students seeking admission for undergraduate degree
CountryIndia
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COOCHBEHAR PANCHANAN BARMA UNIVERSITY,
Vivekananda Street, Cooch Behar,
West Bengal, India - 736101
Phone : +91-3582-230833, +91-3582-230218
E-mail: info@cbpbu.ac.in, cbpbuniversity@gmail.com

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COOCH BEHAR PANCHANAN BARMA UNIVERSITY, A has been named after the great social reformer Thakur Panchanan Barma. Panchanan Barma, also known as Thakur Panchanan and Roy Saheb, was a Rajbanshi leader and reformer from Cooch Behar. He established Kshatriya Sabha in order to inculcate Brahminical values and practices among the people from Rajbanshi community in this region in particular, and in Bengal in general. Thakur Panchanan Barma (1866 - 1935) was born at Khalisamari village in erstwhile Cooch Behar State. He graduated from Victoria College, Cooch Behar - which was then affiliated with the University of Calcutta - with an honours in Sanskrit in 1893. Later he passed MA and LLB in 1897 and 1898 respectively from the same university.

It is hereby notified for all concerned that the online admission into different undergraduate courses (B.A./B.Sc./ B. Com/B.B.A Honours & General) for the academic session 2016-2017

Eligibility

Students who have passed the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (W.B.C.H.S.E.) after a period of 12 years study or any other equivalent (10+2) pattern examination conducted by the I.S.C. or C.B.S.E. or any other Board recognized as equivalent by the Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University, provided the student has passed in at least four subjects with English as Compulsory Subject, excluding Environmental Studies/Environmental Education. Those students who have obtained either (i) 55% marks in the aggregate or (ii) 50% marks in the aggregate with 60% marks in the subject in the qualifying examinations shall be eligible to apply for admission to Honours in the subject concerned in general categories. However, the above criterion reduces to (i) 50% marks in the aggregate or (ii) 45% marks in the aggregate with 60% marks in the subject in the qualifying examinations shall be eligible to apply for admission to Honours in the subject concerned in SC/ST categories. We also preserve the admission facilities for the students belonging to OBC-A and OBC-B categories.
d. i) No  candidate    shall   be allowed  to take up more than one  of the following    languages subject as elective:    (a) English,   (b)  Bengali   (c) Hindi   (d)  Nepali   (e) Arabic  (f)  Urdu (g) Sanskrit  (h)  Modern    Tibetan and   (i)  such other subjects as may be  introduced  by the University  from time to time.
ii) A candidate prosecuting Honours in a subject shall not be allowed to take up the same subject as elective.
iii) A candidate prosecuting   Honours in a Language subject shall not be allowed to take up another Language subject as elective.
Reservation   of Seats   for admission      into B.A. /B.Sc.   / B.Com.   (Honours and General) Courses for SC / ST / OBC and persons with disabilities are to be maintained   as per the relevant G.O.'s.    (3% Reservation of Seats for persons with disabilities   vide G.O. No.  ED-340/2012 Dt.  Kolkata, the 4th July, 2012).
As per G.O.   No.  WB(part -  i)/98/SAR-354  dated Tuesday,   September,   1995 order and notifications   by the Governor of West  Bengal   I Government of West  Bengal  Schedule    caste and Tribes  welfare  Department,   Writers   Building, Calcutta   -  1 "For admission to the Course B.A.  (Hons.) B.Sc.  (Hons.),  B.Com. (Hons.) SC or ST candidates getting  admission  should  have in the previous examinations qualifying  marks  which  are not  lower  by more than 25% from the marks  obtained, by the last candidate  of the general  category.  The candidates included in the general merit list will not be counted towards these reserved quotas."
Colleges shall  fix-up  year  wise  target of increase  of intake  of OBC "A"  OBC "B"  in such  a manner  that  the total  mandatory  increase  of seats  is achieved  within  a maximum  period  of six  years  beginning  with  the academic  session  2016-2017 and then shall continue in the same manner.
The provisions of this Act (Reservation in Admission) shall not apply to:
(i)           OBC-A and OBC-B students to creamy layer of the Society,
(ii)          A minority Educational Institution based on religion or language,
Admission   to all Honours   Course   will be based strictly on merit. Merit shall   be calculated as per the following formula.
                            Merit= (2S+T)/6
T= marks obtained   in English + marks obtained in the subject opted for Honours   + best marks of other two subjects
[Excluding EVS, the subject   opted for Honours   and English].
S= marks obtained   in the subject opted for Honours.
If the candidate   does not  have  the specific subject opted for Honours in  his / her previous  Course,  the  procedure   for Merit  Calculation  will  be as follows,
Merit =T1/4
T1=marks obtained   in English+    best of other three subjects excluding   EVS.
This   procedure is also applicable   in case of General Course.
A single   Merit   List   is to be prepared.
Henceforth    no  change  of subjects,   and change  from  General  to  Honours  Category   and  vice  versa  shall  be granted   after   the   filling   in  the   Registration    forms,    by  the  candidates    of  the  respective    Colleges.    Any change undertaken by the Colleges,   in this matter shall indicate violation of University    Statute, Regulation,    Rules,   Guidelines and Circulars etc. on the part of the Colleges.
Further resolved   that Colleges shall offer subjects   for which it has adequate number of Teacher(s) as per UGC and University norms. All Colleges shall have to ensure adequate   infrastructural   facilities for all its examinees   appearing from the respective Centres (Colleges).
The Council also  resolved that  "all  students  of Higher Secondary  (Vocational)  Course [X + 2 levels]  will be treated as  equivalent with the course curriculum and  syllabus   of the   West Bengal  Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) w.e.f.   the session 2009 - 2010".    Such   students   shall   be admitted only in the 1st year General Course of B.A. /B.Sc. /      B.Com.                                                                                                                     
Applications   seeking permission   for admissions     by any candidate    to any college affiliated to the Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University after the last date of admission   shall not be entertained    by the University Authorities   under any   circumstances.     Principals / Teachers-in-Charge / Officers-in-Charge,     are further   requested   not to forward any applications    to the University Authorities    of any such candidates seeking   admission    to any College.

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