Krishnagar Government College

This College will celebrate 175 years of establishment in November 2019

Krishnagar, Nadia, Pin-741201 | Call:03472-252863 | Email :Email: kgcollege1846@gmail.com

Website : www.krishnagargovtcollege.org

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NAAC REACCREDITED A GRADE CGPA 3.17

Seat Allocation 2019

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KRISHNAGAR GOVT. COLLEGE

Seat Allotment for B.A./ B. Sc. 1ST YEAR (Hons) & General Courses

ADMISSION: 2019-20

 

Year

2019-20

Sl

UG Courses

GEN+PH+SP

SC+PH

ST+PH

OBC-A+PH

OBC-B+PH

Total

 

1

Bengali

50+3+1

21+1

6+0

9+1

7+0

99

 

2

English

50+3+1

21+1

6+0

9+1

7+0

99

 

3

History

50+3+1

21+1

6+0

9+1

7+0

99

 

4

Philosophy

50+3+1

21+1

6+0

9+1

7+0

99

 

5

Sanskrit

50+3+1

21+1

6+0

9+1

7+0

99

 

6

Political Science

42+2+1

17+1

5+0

8+0

6+0

82

 

7

Geography

35+2+1

14+1

4+0

7+0

5+0

69

 

8

Botany

27+1+1

10+1

3+0

5+0

4+0

52

 

9

Chemistry

27+1+1

10+1

3+0

5+0

4+0

52

 

10

Physics

27+1+1

10+1

3+0

5+0

4+0

52

 

11

Zoology

27+1+1

10+1

3+0

5+0

4+0

52

 

12

Physiology

22+1+1

9

3+0

4+0

3+0

43

 

13

Mathematics

45+2+1

18+1

5+0

9+0

6+0

87

 

14

Economics

42+2+1

17+1

5+0

8+0

6+0

82

 

15

 

BA General

102+6+2

42+2

11+1

19+1

13+1

200

 

16

B.Sc. General

 

42+2+2

17+1

5+0

8+0

6+0

83

 

 

Total

742

295

81

134

97

1349

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEN= General, PH = Physically handicapped, SC= Scheduled caste, ST = Scheduled tribe, OBC= Other backward class

 

 

PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION TO OUR COLLEGE

Eligibility Criteria for Admission to Honours Courses in the 1st Semester

1.   Subjects:  Bengali, English, History, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Political Science, Geography

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the Selected Subject): 50% (General Category) & 45% (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes).

 

2. Subjects:  Physics, Chemistry:

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the Selected Subject): 50%; pass marks in Mathematics in the Higher Secondary examinations

 

3. Subjects:  Botany, Zoology, Physiology

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate):50% Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the Selected Subject): 50%; pass marks in Chemistry in the Higher Secondary examination for Physiology.

 

4. Subject: Economics

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%

 

5. Subject: Mathematics

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%

Minimum Percentage of Marks Required (in the Selected Subject): 50% (General Category) & 45% (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes).

 

Eligibility Criteria for Admission to General Courses in the 1st Semester

1. Stream: Humanities (Arts) Category: General (Pass Course) Aggregate Marks: 40%

2. Stream:  Science Category:  General (Pass Course) Aggregate Marks: 45%

 

Students belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes need to have passed in the Higher Secondary examinations. Percentage of seats will be reserved in accordance with the Government regulations for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / OBC-A/OBC-B and Physically Handicapped categories.

Percentage of Seats Reserved: Scheduled Castes: 22% , Scheduled Tribes: 6%,  OBC-A: 10%,  OBC-B: 7% and Physically Handicapped 5% within each category. Sports: one student per Hons. Course.

Students who have passed their Higher Secondary or its equivalent examinations earlier than the year of 2019 will have 2% of their aggregate marks deducted.

Applications from students who have passed HS/equivalent exam prior to 2017 will not be entertained.

Students will be admitted to the Honours course through online counselling.

If, after the first counselling, seats are still found vacant in any of the subjects, it will be notified on the college website.

It is mandatory for the candidates to be present on the day of document verification which will be done only when the students report for classes in due course