||1st Year Honours and General classes for the session 2017-'18 will commense  on and from 10.07.2017|| 2ND yEAR AND 3RD yEAR CLASSES WILL COMMENCE ON AND FROM 04.07.2017 ||M.Sc. ( Mathematics) and M.A.( English) classes will commence from 25-07-17 at PG campus||
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Admission Process

Admission regulation

Admission in B.A./B.Sc. Honours and General courses for the session 2017-’18 will be conducted online. For both - application and admission, students have to login the following websites :

www.dumdummotijheelcollege.in and www.ddmcadmission.in

The Governing Body has decided that the girls’ students will not be admitted in B.Sc. General Course (Pure & Bio) in morning section. They are eligible to take admission in Day Section as per norms. Other courses will continue as per previous years.

Students passing the Higher Secondary Examination in Arts and Science, conducted by West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or any other equivalent  examination conducted by any other recognized  Board /Council  in India and abroad are eligible to apply, subject to the fulfillment of  the conditions laid down by the Education Directorate  of the Government of West Bengal  and the West Bengal State University (Barasat, North 24 Pgs.) as well as by the college authorities from time to time.

Original marksheet, admit card and caste certificate (T.C., if required) should be produced at the time of verification of data at the college office within 10 days from the date of admission.

 

Application fees

Rs. 200/- per application.

 

Admission Qualification

Admission to 1st year B.A./B.Sc. courses will be made as per marks obtained in top scored four (4) subjects to determine their aggregate marks in Higher Secondary (WBCHSE)/other Board examinations.

Students having certificates in district / state level sports / games will be considered for admission- 1% of those seats may be filled in any subject if suitable candidates are available.

Restrictions regarding Admission

?  Students passed from correspondence courses will not be admitted.

?  Students having passed H.S./ISC/CBSE level  with less than five subjects are not eligible for admission.

?  Students passed from institutions not recognized by The West Bengal State University (Barasat, North 24 Parganas) will not be allowed admission.

?  Students from foreign countries having no Migration or Visa or other equivalent legal documents will not be allowed admission.

?  Students from other states or universities or schools having no Migration are not eligible for admission.

?  Students coming with transfer certificate will not be allowed to change subject combination recorded in earlier college.

 

 

Admission Reservation :

?  Seats are reserved for SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B and physically challenged candidates according to Government regulations.

 

Instructions Regarding Classes :

If there are minimum 20 students admitted in the Women's Section with the combination  of General subjects like Journalism and Geography & Sanskrit, they will have to attend their classes in the Women's Section.

 

Discipline

Students admitted to this college are to abide by the rules and regulations of the college, the University and the orders of the Principal. No student can plead ignorance of such rules and orders.

    1)   If a student is absent from classes without notice and without proper reason for more than 30 days, his/her name may be struck off from the College roll.

   2)   Students must keep the college premises clean and maintain the sanctity of the college. Silence is to be observed. The corridors, staircases and the college premises are not meant for loitering and lounging. Smoking and other immoral activities are strictly prohibited within college premises.

   3)   The college authorities hold the right to issue Transfer Certificate/rusticate a guilty student, if they consider that such action is necessary in the interest of the college.

   4)   Students having attendance less than 75% of the total classes taken will be declared non-collegiate and students having less than 60% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the University examination.

    5)   Students have to secure qualifying marks in all the class tests, mid-term tests and Test conducted by the college in order to be allowed to appear in the final examination.

Anti-ragging Cell

Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college campus. Any students found involved in ragging will be punished severely by the anti-ragging cell.