Welcome to Seth Anandram Jaipuria College Morning Section Admission for the session 2018-19

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NOTICE

SECOND PHASE OF FIRST YEAR/FIRST SEMESTER ADMISSIONS, 2018
S A JAIPURIA COLLEGE
26 JULY, 2018

As per GO no. 842-Edn.(CS)1OM -95/14 dated 17-7-2018, all colleges under the Calcutta University have been instructed to extend First Year/First Semester Admissions till  the 20th of August, 2018. We are accordingly reopening  First Year/First Semester admissions to our college strictly under the following conditions:

1.            No fresh applications will be entertained until the original/existing lists of applicants are completely exhausted.
2.            Fresh applications may be invited against vacant /available seats, once the existing lists are exhausted.
3.            If and when seats under the General Category get filled up and no eligible applicants from the Reserved Categories (SC/ST/OBC) remain, we shall apply, in accordance with the prescribed rules and procedure, for de-reservation of Reserved Category seats, to the BCW department, Government of West Bengal.

 

URGENT NOTICE

PLEASE NOTE THAT FOLLOWING THE NOTIFICATION NO. 758-Edn (CS)/10M-95/14, DATED 3 JULY, 2018 (SEE BELOW) ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL, THE VERIFICATION SCHEDULED FOR 4/7/2018, STANDS CANCELLED.

 

SIXTH AND SEVENTH LIST APPLICANTS, WHO HAVE PAID THE ADMISSION FEES, SHOULD REPORT DIRECTLY FOR THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME, ON 7/7/2018 AT 8:30 AM.

 

PLEASE REPORT WITH THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS TO ATTEND CLASSES:

1. Copy of Application Form 
2. Payment Receipt/Challan of Admission Fees
3. Original Admit Card/Marksheet/Pass Certificate of Class X [Age Proof]
4. Original Admit Card (Class XII) 
5. Original Marksheet  (Class XII)
6. Original Caste Certificate issued by the Government of West Bengal 
(If Applicable)
7. Original PwD Certificate (Persons with Disability) (If Applicable)
8. Original Address Proof of Candidate/Parents [Voter Card /Aadhar Card/Driving License/Ration Card]
9. Two copies of recent passport size photograph (Colour)
10. Self-attested photocopies (one each) of all relevant documents  

 

Please note that the Orientation Programme (2018) for the Morning Shift has been preponed to 7 th July, 2018 (Saturday).


Time : 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

Venue : Ground floor of College

 

 

  • ALL OUR MERIT LISTS ARE COMPUTER GENERATED AND BASED ENTIRELY ON ONLINE DATA ENTRY/MARKS SUBMISSIONS. EVERY DETAIL SUBMITTED BY AN APPLICANT WILL BE CROSSCHECKED AND VERIFIED AT THE COLLEGE, BEFORE FINAL ADMISSION.
  • Only those applicants who have the 'PAY ONLINE' &'DOWNLOAD' buttons beside their names may secure provisional admission by paying the required fees THROUGH THE PAYMENT GATEWAY
  • Applicants will be held entirely responsible for the accuracy of the data/marks furnished
  • The provisional online admission will be cancelled and all payments forfeited, if any inaccuracies are detected subsequently
STEPS FOR ONLINE PROVISIONAL ADMISSION
1. CLICK/PRESS 'PAY ONLINE' BUTTON
2. CHECK YOUR PAYMENT AMOUNT AND PRESS 'CONFIRM'
3. SELECT YOUR MODE OF PAYMENT (CARDS/INTERNET BANKING/WALLETS)
4. ENTER THE REQUIRED DETAILS AND CLICK/PRESS 'MAKE PAYMENT'
5. ON THE MERIT LIST PAGE CLICK/PRESS 'DOWNLOAD' AND TAKE A PRINT-OUT OF YOUR PAYMENT CHALLAN
6. BRING ALL YOUR ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS ALONG WITH THE PAYMENT CHALLAN TO THE COLLEGE, ON 1 AUGUST, 2018 TO START ATTENDING CLASSES.

 

 

 

RAGGING IS A PUNISHABLE OFFENCE AS PER SUPREME COURT MANDATE. IT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN OUR COLLEGE

 

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PLEASE NOTE that admission to all courses (B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc, Honours) will be conducted through a fully transparent online website-based system. BEWARE OF TOUTS/MIDDLEMEN POSING AS ‘CONTACTS’ AND DEMANDING MONEY IN EXCHANGE OF THEIR ‘SERVICES’.

Adoption of any unfair means including submission of incorrect data / information during the application and/or admission process or submission of false/forged documents (mark sheets /certificates etc.) will attract severe punishments including cancellation of candidature and legal action if required.

NOTE:

A.  Seats in the following Generic Elective Subjects are limited and will be offered / allowed strictly according to Merit: Geography,         Zoology and Journalism.
B.  English as a Generic Elective will be offered to applicants who have scored a minimum of 50% marks in English at the 10+2 level.
C.  All classes in Journalism,Zoology,Botany and Chemistry (for Food & Nutrition) will be held in the Day Shift.
D.  Applicants must have pass marks in at least Five [5] subjects including pass marks in a full paper of English of 100 marks, at the        10+2 level. 
E.  Minimum qualifying marks in each of the 5 subjects for all candidates from all 10+2 boards/councils will be equal to the pass marks       prescribed in the respectiveboards. (Separately in Theory and Practical, where applicable).
F.  ‘Back’/Compartmental candidates  are not eligible to apply
G.  Applicants from Vocational Courses are not eligible to apply for any Courses.
H.  Marks in Compulsory Environmental Education and Environmental Studies will not be counted as any of the Best Four for determining the Aggregate. The only exception will be Environment Science if studied as an elective subject of 100 marks.
However, the marks of all subjects studied at the +2 level will have to be entered.

 

 

Online Application and Admission Schedule (Second Phase)
*All Dates and Timings are Tentative.

Publication of NINTHMERIT LISTS (Second Phase)for ONLINE PAYMENT AND ADMISSION

26.07.2018, 11 p.m.

Publication of TENTH MERIT LISTS (Second Phase) for ONLINE PAYMENT AND ADMISSION (Subject to Vacancies)

27.07.2018, 3 p.m.

Publication of ELEVENTH MERIT LISTS (Second Phase) for ONLINE PAYMENT AND ADMISSION (Subject to Vacancies)

27.07.2018, 11 p.m.

Publication of TWELFTH MERIT LISTS (Second Phase) for ONLINE PAYMENT AND ADMISSION (Subject to Vacancies)

28.07.2018, 3 p.m.

Publication of RESERVED CATEGORY SECOND RECALL LISTS for ONLINE PAYMENT AND ADMISSION (Subject to Vacancies)

28.07.2018, 11 p.m.

 

Online Application and Admission Schedule
*All Dates and Timings are Tentative.

Sl. No.

 

Date

Time

 

Date

Time

1.

Online Application STARTS on

08/06/2018

4 PM

 

 

 

2.

Online Application ENDS on

19/06/2018 (Tuesday)

12 (Noon)

 

 

 

3.

Publication of Provisional Merit Lists

20/06/2018 (Wednesday)

12:00 Noon

 

 

 

5.

FIRST Merit Lists for Online Admission

22/06/2018 (Friday)

12:15 AM

to

24/06/2018 (Sunday)

12:00 (Midnight)

6.

VERIFICATION of Documents for First List

25/06/2018(Monday)

7:00 AM

 

 

 

7.

Publication of SECOND Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

25/06/2018 (Monday)

12:00 (Midnight)

to

27/06/2018(Wednesday)

12:00 (Midnight)

8.

VERIFICATION of Documents for Second List

28/06/2018 (Thursday)

7:30 AM

to

28/06/2018 (Thursday)

10:30 AM

9.

Publication of THIRD Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

28/06/2018 (Thursday)

12:00 (Midnight)

to

29/06/2018 (Friday)

12 (Midnight)

10.

VERIFICATION of Documents for Third List

30/06/2018 (Saturday)

7:30 AM

to

30/06/2018 (Saturday)

10:30 AM

11.

Publication of FOURTH Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

30/06/2018 (Sat)

11:00 P.M.

to

01/07/2018 (Sun)

2:00 P.M.

12.

Publication of FIFTH Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

01/07/2018 (Sun)

03:00 P.M.

to

01/07/2018 (Sun)

11:00 P.M.

13.

VERIFICATION of Documents for Fourth & Fifth Lists

02/07/2018 (Mon)

7:30 A.M.

to 02/07/2018 (Mon)

 

10:30 A.M.

14.

Publication of SIXTH Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

02/07/2018 (Mon)

11:00 P.M. to 03/07/2018 (Tue) 02:00 P.M.

15.

Publication of SEVENTH Merit Lists for Online Admission (Subject to Vacancies)

03/07/2018 (Tue)

03:00 P.M.

to 03/07/2018 (Tue) 11:00 P.M.

16.

VERIFICATION of Documents for Sixth & Seventh Lists

04/07/2018 (Wed)

7:30 A.M.

to 04/07/2018 (Wed)

 

10:30 A.M.

Admissions will be strictly based on the merit order.Meeting the minimum eligibility criteria does not guarantee admission

 

Eligibility Criteria for Honours and General

Shift Stream Course Subject Minimum Criteria for Application Merit Order/Selection Criteria
Morning [Girls] B.A Honours Philosophy All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Philosophy/ Psychology/ Math/ Education/ Sociology/ Political Science
Aggregate
[best 4] + Marks in Philosophy/ BEST AMONG Psychology/Math/Education/Sociology/Political Science + ENGLISH
Morning [Girls] B.A Honours Bengali All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Bengali OR 55% marks in Bengali
Aggregate [best 4]+ Marks in Bengali
Morning [Girls] B.A Honours Education All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Education/ Psychology/ Philosophy/ Mathematics/ Sociology/ Economics/ Political
Science/ History/ Statistics/ Physics/ Chemistry/ Biology
Aggregate [best 4] + Marks in Education/
BEST AMONG Psychology/ Philosophy/
Mathematics/ Sociology/ Economics/ Political
Science/
History/
Statistics/ Physics/ Chemistry/ Biology
 + ENGLISH
Morning [Girls] B.A Honours Hindi All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Hindi OR 55% marks in Hindi
Aggregate [best 4] + Marks in Hindi + English
Morning [Girls] B.A Honours Political Science All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Political Science  OR 55% marks in Political Science OR 50% in the Aggregate 
Aggregate [best 4]+Marks in English OR  Aggregate [best 4]+Marks in Subject +English
Morning [Girls] B.SC Honours Food & Nutrition All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + Pass in Chemistry  
# Pass Marks in Chemistry will be Compulsory (Pass Marks in both Theory and Practical)
Aggregate [best 4]+Chemistry+English
  Morning [Girls]   B.A/B.SC   Honours   Psychology   All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% in Psychology  OR 55% marks in  Psychology OR 50% in the Aggregate     
Aggregate [best 4]+Marks in English OR  Aggregate [best 4]+Marks in Subject +English
Morning [Girls] B.A. Honours English All Boards:
Aggregate: 50% [best 4] + 45% inEnglish OR 55% in English
Aggregate [best 4] +  Marks in English + Marks in English
Morning [Girls] B.Com Honours   Aggregate: 80% [best4] + 80% in Accountancy/ Accounts/ Business Studies/ Commerce/ Costing & Taxation/ Economics/ Statistics/ Commercial Law & Auditing/ Mathematics or other Allied subjects Aggregate [best 4]+Accountancy/ Accounts/ Business Studies/ Commerce/ Costing & Taxation/ Economics/ Statistics/ Commercial Law & Auditing/ Mathematics or other Allied subjects which ever is higher +Marks in English
Morning [Girls] B.A. General   Aggregate: 50% [best4] Aggregate [best 4] + Marks in English + Marks in English OR Aggregate [best 4] + Marks in History/Geography (whichever is higher) + Marks in English

 

 

SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B: RESERVATION POLICY AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

ADMISSION 2018

  1. Reserved Quota as per rules of the Government of West Bengal and University of Calcutta : SC - 22%, ST- 6%, OBC-A 10%, OBC-B 7% of total seats in available subjects/courses [See website of BCW Department of the Government of West Bengal].

  2. Eligibility Criteria for S.C. /S.T. candidates for Honours and General courses are as follows—provided the candidate can produce her/his original caste certificate as issued by the relevant/competent authorities of the Govt. of West Bengal only [i.e., SDO/ADM/DWO ( District Welfare Officer) of all Districts and Sub-divisions of West Bengal] before the closing date of application. Certificate issued on a later date by any authority will not be acceptable at the time of admission.

a) Honours course - Aggregate 40% [best 4] or/and 40% in subject or allied subject, as applicable, and passed with 5 subjects including English of 100 marks (see the Criteria and Combination of Subjects applicable for the General Category for details )
b) General course – candidates must have passed 10+2 level with 5 subjects including English of 100 marks.
c) Candidates must carry 'Passed' Mark sheet of 10+2 level (i.e., ‘compartmental’/’back’ candidates are not allowed)
d) For admission to different courses, an SC or ST candidate getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination: qualifying marks not lower by more than 25% of the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In case of OBC-A and OBC-B the candidates getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 10% from the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In any case, if a candidate obtains marks lower than the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the University / Appropriate Authority for admission to the relevant course, s/he will not be eligible for admission. [http://wbhed.gov.in/readwrite/uploads/Reservation_Rules.pdf]

*EXAMPLE:Lowest Cut-off for SC/ST:  If the Lowest Merit Point of the Unreserved Admitted Candidates  List  is 100, then the Lowest Merit Point of the SC/ST Merit  List will be 75.

 

  1. Eligibility Criteria for OBC-A and OBC-B candidates for Honours and General courses are as follows, provided the candidate can produce her/his original caste certificate as issued by the relevant/competent authorities of the Govt. of West Bengal only [i.e., SDO/ADM/DWO ( District Welfare Officer) of all Districts and Sub-divisions of West Bengal] before the closing date of application. Certificate issued on a later date by any authority will not be acceptable at the time of admission.

*EXAMPLE: Lowest Cut-off for OBC (A and B): If the Lowest Merit Point of the Unreserved Admitted Candidates List is 100, then the Lowest Merit Point of the OBC (A and B) Merit List will be 90.

  1. Eligibility criteria for applications in the OBC-A / OBC– B Category: Same as the general eligibility criteria [unreserved] for Honours and General subjects / courses. (see the Criteria and combination of subjects for General Category)
  2. OBC candidates falling under ‘Creamy Layer’ are excluded from the provision of reservation.

OBC candidates getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination: qualifying marks not lower by more than 10% of the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In any case, if a candidate obtains marks lower than the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the University / Appropriate Authority for admission to the relevant course, s/he will not be eligible for admission. [http://wbhed.gov.in/readwrite/uploads/Reservation_Rules.pdf]

 *EXAMPLE: Lowest Cut-off for OBC (A and B): If the Lowest Merit Point of the Unreserved Admitted Candidates List is 100, then the Lowest Merit Point of the OBC (A and B) Merit List will be 90.

 

  1. SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B candidates who have their names in the general merit list will be allowed the option of admission EITHER in the General Category OR in the Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-A/ OBC- B). The candidate will be admitted in the Reserved Category, by default, if s/he fails to indicate her/his choice in the matter.
  2. The Scheduled Caste/Tribe candidates are entitled to take concessions/benefits admissible to them from the State of their Origin and not from the State, to which they have migrated (vide Ministry of Home Affairs. Govt of India Notification no BC 16014/1/82-SC & BCD-I dated 6th August 1984 and D.O. No 12017/11/89-SCD (R. Cell), dated - 8/1/1990 )
  3. SC/ST/OBC candidates from states outside West Bengal are NOT ENTITLED to seek any reservation benefits. These candidates should apply as General Category candidates, provided they meet the eligibility criteria set for the General Category.
  4. Applications of candidates who fail to submit DURING THE ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS their valid caste certificates as issued by the offices of the SDO/ADM/DWO of the Government of West Bengal [ORDER NO 3058-BCW/MR-94/11 DATED 16 SEP 2014], will be summarily REJECTED.

 

  1. OUR ADMISSION POLICIES ARE BASED ON THE FOLLOWING RULES AND REGULATIONS SET BY THE CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY:

 

  1. For B.A./B.Sc.:  http://cuexam.net/Downloads/B004D404C90943C0959277E72C359AD0.pdf
  2. For B.Com.    :  http://www.caluniv.ac.in/news/B.com-Syllabus-2017.pdf

 

NOTICE: ELIGIBILITY CONDITION FOR ADMISSION UNDER PWD CATEGORY

http://disabilityaffairs.gov.in/upload/uploadfiles/files/PWD_Act.pdf

  1. Reservation for each category: Unreserved(general), SC, ST, OBC-A, OBC-B : 3% of seats of each category
  2. Academic criteria[A., B.Sc., B.Com]: Same as each category as mentioned
  3. % of disability: Minimum 40%
  4. Certificate: Issued by Medical Board of Hospital recognised by Central Government / State Government
  5. Candidate must mention in details of about certificate, as required, at the time of application and submit scan copy only at the time of Admission/verification.

The following specified categories of disabilities as mentioned in the Schedule to the Rights of Persons With Disabilities Act, 2016 are eligible to get the benefit reservation;

  1. Physical Disability
  2. A) Locomotor disability : (a) leprosy cured persons (b) cerebral palsy (c) dwarfism (d) muscular dystrophy (e) acid attack victims
  3. B) Visual impairment (a) Blindness (b) Low Vision
  4. C) Hearing Impairment (a) Deaf (b) Hard of Hearing
  5. D) speech and language disability
  6. Intellectual disability
  7. A) Specific learning disabilities
  8. B) Autism spectrum disorder
  9. Mental behavior (Mental Illness)
  10. Disability caused due to
  11. A) Chronic neurological conditions (a) multiple sclerosis (b) parkinson's disease
  12. B) Blood Disorder (a) haemophilia (b) Thalassemia (c) sickle cell disease
  13. Multiple Disabilities

SHIFT

STREAM

SUBJECT/
COURSE

B.A./B.Sc Applicants for Honours course may choose two (2) Generic Elective subjects taking not more than one subject from any one group.

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

Bengali (H)

(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Political Science
(D) Geography/Psychology/Philosophy/Journalism &
Mass Communication
(E) English
(F) Hindi

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

English (H)

(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Political Science
(D) Geography/Psychology/Philosophy/Journalism &
Mass Communication
(E) Hindi/ Bengali

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

Hindi (H)

(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Political Science
(D)Geography/Psychology/Philosophy/Journalism &
Mass Communication
(E) English
(F) Bengali

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

Philosophy (H)

(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Political Science
(D) English
(E) Bengali/Hindi

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

Political Science (H)

(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Geography/Psychology/Philosophy/Journalism &
Mass Communication
(D) English
(E) Bengali/Hindi

Morning
(Girls)

B.A./B.Sc. Honours

Psychology (H)

For B.A Degree
(A) Education
(B) History
(C) Political Science
(D)English
(E)Bengali/Hindi
ForB.Sc Degree
(A)Any two from Botany/Chemistry/Zoology

Morning
(Girls)

B.Sc. Honours

Food & Nutrition (H)

(A)Chemistry (Compulsory)
(B) History
(C) Political Science

 

(D) English
(E) Bengali/Hindi
(F)Education
(G) Zoology

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. Honours

Education (H)

(A) Political Science
(B) Geography/Psychology/Philosophy/
(C) English
(D) Bengali/Hindi
(E) History

Morning
(Girls)

B.A. General

GENERAL

Option 1: History+Geography+Education (G.E.)
Option 2: History+Geography+Political Science (G.E.)

 

Admission Fees for Core/Honours Subjects Under CBCS

Admission Fees for the year 2018-19 (Subject to Revision)

Sl no Subject Standing Charges Lab fee University Charges [CU REG.(110) & SPORTS(60)] Tution Fees for 6 months Total Fees
1 Bengali 1800 0 170 450 2420
2 English 1800 0 170 450 2420
3 Political Science 1800 0 170 450 2420
4 Hindi 1800 0 170 450 2420
5 B.com Honours 1800 0 170 510 2480
6 Food & Nutrition 1800 2200(H) 170 660 4830
7 Psychology 1800 2500(H) 170 660 5130
8 Education 1800 2000(H) 170 450 4420
9 Philosophy 1800 0 170 450 2420
10 B.A Gen 1800 0 170 300 2270

H => Half Yearly

Note: Caution money for Lab-based subjects and Lab fees for Generic Elective subjects are not included in the above.

Tentative Seat Capacity:

 

SHIFT STREAM SUBJECT UR SC ST OBC-A OBC-B TOTAL PwD* SQ# TQ#
Morning B.A. (H) Bengali 36 11 03 02 02 54 02 00 00
Morning B.A. (H) English 36 11 03 02 02 54 02 00 00
Morning B.A. (H) Education 16 07 02 03 02 30 01 00 00
Morning B.A. (H) Hindi 36 11 03 02 02 54 02 00 00
Morning B.A. (H) Philosophy 36 11 03 02 02 54 02 00 00
Morning B.A. (H) Pol. Sc. 36 11 03 02 02 54 02 00 00
Morning B.A. (G) General 21 9 3 4 3 40 1 00 00
Morning B.Sc (H) Food & Nut. 21 07 02 02 02 34 01 00 00
Morning B.Sc (H) Psychology 15 05 01 02 01 24 01 00 00
Morning B.Com (H) BCOM (H) 153 62 17 28 20 280 08 00 00

 

Department of Bengali

Department of Education

The department of Education started its journey in 1967.In 2017,the department introduced Honours Course.Presently Dr. Chandra Mukherjee and Mr.Goutam Mondol are working as teachers of the department.Apart from providing instructions,the department strives for all round development of the students.It organizes educational excursions.

Graduates in education have immense opportunities.After graduation,students may pursue MA course or may take up B Ed and M Ed courses.Otherwise,students have an excellent job opportunity for placement in campus interviews. The department has computer assisted teaching facility also.

Department of Food And Nutrition

Department of Food & Nutrition Pass (FNTG) began in the year of 1996 with the strength of 50 seats. But gradually with the growth of awareness of lifestyle and food habits, the college took the initiative to begin Honours course in Nutrition Department in the year 2006 with the strength of 30 seats.

The subject is highly applicable in the personal & professional fields.

Large numbers of students are working as teachers and Lecturers in different Schools, Colleges, and Universities.

Many of them are engaged as Dietitians and Nutritionists in various eminent hospitals and nursing homes across the country.

Some of them are working in Fitness & Slimming Centres as Faculty members.

Some students are even pursuing Clinical Research jobs, working as Research Assistants in Different Universities (such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Mysore Universities etc.).

Students are also engaged as Nutritional Educators in different NGOs.

Nutrition Week is celebrated in the Department every year in the First week of September, emphasizing on a particular lifestyle disorder disease every year (like Obesity, Diabetes, Cancer, Coronary Heart Disease etc).

Academic performances of the students of the Department are remarkable.

We had many University Rank Holders in the past years.

Department of Commerce

Department of Commerce in the Morning Shift of this College offers and guides under-graduate academics & opportunities in Commerce (Honours in Accounting) pioneering Semester System (CBCS) under the Rules & Regulations of the University of Calcutta. This dept. is the largest dept in the shift based on more than 750 students led by 24 dedicated teachers of repute consisting of 2 PhDs, 6 MBAs, 3 CMAs, 6 M.Phils, 2 LLB & LLMs, 17 M.Coms, 4 M.Scs. It has one of the biggest libraries and a dedicated computer facility for its academic purposes. The Department encourages Sports (with representation at University, State & National level) and other extracurricular cultural activities but strongly discourages indiscipline & absenteeism. It organises regular Seminars, Excursions & Campus Placements

Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology, S.A. Jaipuria College, came into its existence in the summer of 2006 when the 150th birth anniversary of Sigmund Freud was being celebrated all over the world. The department aims to provide experiential learning with an appropriate blend of theory and practice and to design academic programmes with global perspective and local sensitivity. The present faculty members are –

Ms. Sharmila Mukherjee

Ms. Sharmistha Sadhukhan

Dr. Piyaly De

Dr. Rimjhim Ray

Ms. Poulami Bhar

Career prospect in psychology –

  • Therapy and counseling
  • Teaching
  • Counselor in school or college
  • Disability management
  • Sports counselor
  • Forensic and criminal psychologist
  • Special educator
  • Occupational therapist
  • Psychometrician
  • Psychotherapy based on performing arts like drama, dance or music therapy

Department of Hindi

Department of Political Science

Political Science is the study of political values, institutions, process and policies. Political Scientists seek to understand the underlying ways in which power, authority, rules, constitutions and laws affect our lives and help to be an well informed citizen. Studying Political Science can help to develop careers in different domains of knowledge:

  • Higher Studies
    • Post Graduation in Political Science/International Relations/Public Administration
    • M.Phil. and Ph.D.
    • LLB and LLM Courses
    • Journalism and Mass Communication
    • Diploma courses in allied and related areas like, Human Rights, Environmental Law, International Relations, Social Work and many more
  • Employment Opportunities
    • Teaching at schools, colleges, universities
    • Print and Electronic Media
    • Administrative Services - Knowledge of the subject helps the students in different competitive examinations like, IAS, WBCS, IFS, IPS etc.
    • NGO and Non-Profit Section
    • Advocacy Sector An emerging area which includes media campaigns, public speaking, conducting exit poll, lobbying to legislators

Political Science (Morning Shift) of S. A. Jaipuria College, Kolkata, offers both Honours and General Course. The department has qualified and experienced faculties. Along with personal care in teaching and learning process, the department also keeps in touch with the parents through parent-teacher meeting. It organizes seminars, debate and quiz competitions on a regular basis. The department also conducts educational excursions. It publishes an annual magazine. The students are successful in getting jobs in different campus interviews.

The alumni of the department are well placed in different services like, teaching, government jobs, NGOs, Administrative services, self employment and many more.

 

Department of Philosophy

The College offers both Honours and General B.A. courses in Philosophy. The Honours courses include such diverse topics as principles of reasoning and argumentation, nature of mind, political and social structures, moral principles, nature of reality etc.

Studying Philosophy leads to skill development through dialogue or argumentation and analysis. This gives students an edge in job examinations and interviews as well as at the workplace. Such job profiles include (but not restricted to) non-technical Govt. posts (e.g. civil service), private sector (service industry), teaching, business (HRM) etc. The student also develops appreciation of different perspectives on the same issue which serves her well both at the workplace and in personal life.
 
Even if philosophy was not a part of the applicants’ school curriculum, she can still take up the course. The subject is taught in both Bengali and English medium

The department has 3 full-time and 1 guest teachers with specialization in different areas. The student-teacher ratio of the department is among the best in the college.

Students of the department have consistently scored well in University examinations. Apart from securing 1st division every year for the last 5 years and beyond, some recent ex-students have secured university rank as well.

The department has its own separate library. It has also started organizing talks by experts from other colleges/Universities for the benefit of students. Students can also display their creativity by contributing articles/posters in the departmental magazine Dristi

Faculty members:


Sl. No.

Name

Specialization

1

Prof. Md. Javed Hassan, HOD

Western Logic, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind/Psychology

2

Prof. Surajit Barua

Western Philosophy, Western Logic, Moral Philosophy

3

Prof.Sukanta Sarkar

Indian Philosophy (classical & contemporary), Western Logic, Classical Indian Logic

4

Prof. Chandrima Paul

Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Religion

Department of English

CURRICULUM

The Department of English offers the three-year undergraduate Honours course in English Literature, of the University of Calcutta. The coursework consists primarily of reading and writing about literary texts, including poems, short stories, novels, plays and essays prescribed in the university syllabus.

Though we have to function broadly under the curricular guidelines set by the Calcutta University and follow the syllabi set by it, we have evolved and applied case– and context– specific innovative practices in the implementation of this curricula. For example, we often organise our classes into smaller interactive groups with set-tasks to encourage independent thinking and creativity on the one hand, and develop the spirit of teamwork on the other. We also try to put students with better academic skills into leadership positions within the class. Weaker students thus have the opportunity also to learn from their classmates through peer teaching. This practice is often highly effective. Audio-visual media are regularly used to reduce the tedium of traditional teaching methods. Films based on plays and novels taught in class are often screened to enhance comprehension. Discussion classes follow the screenings. Audio/Video recordings of plays/poems are often used during teaching.

RESULTS

Our results reflect the overall outcome trends in our subject area. Though First Class grades are very rare in English, we have had a fair share of them in our section over the years. Since English is largely used as a second language in India, lack of adequate language skills often hinder the progress of our students in the initial stages. Results improve in the second and the third years as language proficiency improves with practice. We are very happy to announce that a state–of–the–art Language Laboratory will become functional this year to look after the language needs of our students.

FACULTY

The Department has, at present, two teachers in full-time posts, one teacher in a part-time post and two guest–lecturers. All our teachers have Master's degrees in English. Professor Mou Chatterjee has a PhD and Professor Rajiv Roy is pursuing PhD research at the Centre for Social Sciences, Calcutta. The student-teacher ratio is approximately 1:10. Our teachers have a wide variety of interests and take part in various academic and extra-academic activities. Professor Dr. Mou Chatterjee has a keen interest in sports, choreography, music and dramatics. She always takes lead roles in organizing cultural and sports activities in the college. Professor Rajiv Roy, the current Head, is the shift's go–to person for all Information and Communication Technology (ICT) related queries. He sets up and manages our departmental platforms on social networking websites. The department uses these platforms extensively to keep in touch with, help and counsel both its present and former students. Professor Sraboni Chakraborty, an ex-student of this college, knows the pulse of this institution better than anybody else. She keeps close track of our students' academic progress and believes in result-oriented teaching. She, also, currently, looks after the department's budding seminar library.

STUDENTS

Our current intake capacity is 56. Out of these 56 seats, 20 are reserved for students from various Scheduled Castes, Tribes and Other Backward Castes, in keeping with the reservation norms of the Union and the State governments. Since English truly transcends class, caste or cultural barriers in India, we normally get students from a wide spectrum of socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Though a large majority of our students are from the middle classes, we also, always, get at least a few from economically disadvantaged sections, who go on to avail various concessions and/or scholarship-schemes made available for them in the college.

Our students have always played prominent roles in the co-curricular activities of the college. Most of them go on to pursue higher degrees in universities both within and outside West Bengal. Many of them are doing very well in various professions including teaching, journalism, fashion and interior designing, event management, choreography, aviation and advertising. Many are also currently preparing for competitive examinations for entry into various government services including the IAS. Our Final Year students often receive very good job offers in campus interviews organized by the Career Counseling Cell of the college.

 

Department of History

DEPARTMENT PROFILE: HISTORY HONOURS (MORNING)

The department of History at Jaipuria College with its well-experienced faculty members and cutting-edge teaching techniques (standard lectures with interactive sessions and audio-visual aids) aims to create research potential among students and also prepare them well for the University examinations and a range of other competitive tests.

Faculty Profile

Name Dr. Baijayanti Chatterjee
DesignationAssistant Professor in History
QualificationsBA (History Hons.) from Presidency College, Kolkata; MA, MPhil, PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi; Charles Wallace fellow to London (UK) in 2016.
Area of SpecialisationHistory of Medieval and Early Modern India
Research InterestsEnvironmental History, History of Bengal, Eighteenth Century Studies.

 

Name Suranjana Gangopadhyay
DesignationPart-Time Teacher in History
QualificationsMA, MPhil from Calcutta University
Area of SpecialisationSocial History of Modern India and Gender Studies
Research InterestsSocial History of post-Partition India with special focus on women and work.

Department of Geography

Geography is the study of the Earth, its atmosphere, human beings, floras and faunas and all the physical and cultural features of the Earth. Moreover, Geography is a science that deals with the description, distribution, and interaction of the diverse physical, biological, and cultural features of the Earth's surface.It is a multidisciplinary subject.

Seth Anandram Jaipuria College (Morning Shift) offers a General Degree Course in this subject. Under the new Choice Based Credit System, the General Degree Courses open up more career avenuesthan Honours Courses. The new curricular structure is, in fact,perfectly suitable for students who wish to sit for the most valuednational and state levelcompetitive examinations(IAS, IFS, IPS, WBCS, etc.).

Our department has a shining faculty, and there are many reasons to choose Geography for a career:

  • We have a well equipped laboratory with several instruments, maps, images and models.
  • We offerindividual attention to our students.
  • Wegive regular class assignments/tests to our students to keep them updated and always in the loop.
  • We organizeannualeducational field-tours for hands-on experience in the subject.
  • We offer an interactive,ICT based teaching-learning experience throughout our academic sessions.
  • We also keepin touch with the parents/guardians of our studentsthrough frequent parent-teacher meetings.
  • Many of our ex-students have foundfulfilling careersin government and corporate jobs.

NAME

QUALIFICATION

PUBLICATION(S)

1. SOUMI MITRA

M.SC, B.ED (SPECIAL EDUCATION – VISUAL IMPAIRMENT) , NET,
Post Graduation Diploma in Applied Remote Sensing and GIS.

  1.   “Groundwater scenario of Kolkata: Problems and Recommendations.”THE OBSERVER;  VOL:51 (ISBN: 2230-9535)
  2.   “Formation, Structure and Evolution of Himalayas”; Annual Report; হিমালয়সমীক্ষাপরিষদ (HIMALAYA SAMIKSHA PARISHAD)

2. DEBADYUTI MITRA

M.SC, B.ED, NET

 

3. SHARMIBHATTACHARYA

M.SC, NET

 

4. GAURAV ROY

M.SC, NET, SLET

  1.  “দামদরউপত্য়কানিগমেরপরিকল্পনাগতসমস্যা” VOL:50 ;  “Long duration of summer day and winter night: an Analysis” VOL :51 ; THE OBSERVER (ISBN 2230-9535)

5. JIT GHOSH

M.SC,B.ED, NET

 

 

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