Fakir Chand College Admission 2022 – B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com

Fakir Chand College Admission 2022 – B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com: Fakir Chand College Admission under South 24 Parganas has published a notice for admission for the Honours / Pass Course in the year 2022. Interested & eligible candidates can apply online through Fakir Chand College’s official website for B.A / B.SC. / B.Com 3 years course. For more details about Fakir Chand College Admission 2022 – B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com courses regarding seat ability, subject Combinations, admission fees Stricture, Important Dates, how to apply and other information are given below…

Guideline for Fakir Chand College Admission 2022 Online Form Fill-up

Start Date of form submission (Day & Morning): Update soon
Last Date of form submission: Update soon

NOTE:-

1. Please go to Axis Bank Diamond Harbour & Deposit Registration Fee on 12.06.2017 (within 4 pm)
2. Online payment facility will start very soon
3. After paying. fee, follow step-1 onwards as described below

1. From the 2020-21 academic session, the process for admission to the 1st year undergraduate courses (B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com. Honours & General) will be fully online. The applicants must read the “UG Admission Rules” section of the college home page:

2. (http://fakirchandcollege.org/index.php/admission/under-graduate/ug-admission-rules) and strictly follow the guideline. They must pay special attention to the reservation policies adopted by the college and the resulting number of seats in each course announced on the college website. They must also pay genuine attention to the “Academic Criteria for admission (College rules: 2022)” section of the above-mentioned section of the website.

3. Submission of application will naturally mean that the applicant has read and understood all rules and has agreed to abide by the terms and conditions described on the college website. The following paragraphs described some of the important rules and T&C for convenience.

4. The College reserves all right to change/ modify the rules & regulations as and when it is felt appropriate and/or necessary with or without prior notification.

5. Submission of an application doesn’t automatically make an applicant eligible for admission. Admission will be strictly on the basis of merit and will continue till vacancies exit.

Procedure:-

Step-1: The applicant must register for submission of the application first by paying the registration fee of Rs.100/- (rupees one hundred only) at any branch of the AXIS Bank either by credit/ debit card or by cash. For cash payment, the candidate has to generate a cash challan using the bank link provided above and take a printout of the same. He/she must go to any branch of the AXIS bank along with the printed challan and deposit the cash. By this he/she will obtain a unique bank transaction ID which is to be entered during the form fill-up otherwise the form cannot be submitted. The applicants who are willing to deposit cash for the registration fee must do that within the next working day otherwise their application will be rejected.

Applicants must enter a valid bank transaction ID given by the bank during form fill-up. It must be remembered that one transaction ID can be used once only. Any attempt of submitting the fake application will cause rejection of the same.

An applicant may fill up an online form any number of times but for each submission, he/she has to pay the registration fee separately.

Step-2: The applicant has to make a careful choice from the options given in the “Applied for” section of the form. Application in more than one option at a time is not possible. If someone wishes to do so, he/she has to register and pay the registration fee separately for each option. A single registration will allow him/her to apply either for five honours subjects or for one combination of B.A. General or for one combination of B.A. General Morning or for two combinations of B.Sc. General. B.Com. Honours and general courses can have only one subject combination possible.

For application in B.A. Honours or General courses, entering any one suitable choice of subject combination will be enough. But, for B.Sc. For honours or General courses, the choice of subject combination is very important. Therefore, the applicants in the science stream must be very careful in choosing subject combinations. They must remember that they have to pass in Bengali, English and theory and practice of each science subject separately in HS/equivalent exam. Besides, they must be aware that each subject combination in B.Sc. The course has a different admission fee too. In case, an invalid subject combination is chosen by the applicant and a relevant (provisional) admission fee has been paid at the bank, it can be detected at the time of document verification and a suitable alternative pass subject combination will be offered.

Step-3: Filling up the HS/equivalent mark sheet data is very crucial in respect of merit point/score calculation. Therefore, applicants are being advised to be very careful in this part of the form. Any mistake in entering the subject and/or marks obtained will cause the cancellation of the application even after the payment of the provisional admission fee.

If there is no 5th and/or 6th subject in HS, the candidate has to put zero marks in place of ‘Vocational-5’ and/or ‘Vocational-6’.

Step-4: Applicants will get one chance to correct the wrong data entry, if any, before the final submission. After the successful submission of the form, the candidate will receive an email at the email ID entered in the form. This email will act as the receipt of his/her application. A printout of the application form may be obtained from the link ‘Print Admission Form’ if required later on.

Step-5: After a few days (as may be announced from time to time) applicants will be able to see 1) full merit lists and 2) personal status following the web links provided. For checking the personal status, one has to log in using his bank transaction ID as a password.

Step-6: In both formats of merit lists, if the candidate sees his status as ‘CNF’, he/she has to upload the scanned copies of the documents wanted in the ‘upload credentials’ link which are relevant to him. After a gap of one day, he/she has to deposit the ‘provisional admission fee’ at the bank link. The last date of depositing the provisional admission fee will be announced from time to time.

The applicants with status = ‘NCNF’ in the merit list will have to wait for their chance after the running round of admission.

Step-7: in three working days after depositing the provisional admission fee, the candidate has to come to the college for document verification. If he/she fails to do so within three days, his/her application and provisional admission will be cancelled and the seat will become open. If any candidate is found to submit wrong information for which he/she got a chance, his/her application/provisional admission will be cancelled then and then.

Some general information and important instructions:

Cut-off marks:

a) For B.A. Hons/Gen (day section):
Top-4 = 200 for Unreserved category & 180 for Reserved category (SC & ST)

b) For B.Sc. Hons/Gen (only day section):

Top-4 = 188 for Unreserved category & 168 for Reserved category (SC & ST).

c) For B.Com. Hons/Gen (only day section): As per the CU norms.

d) For B.A. Gen (morning section): As per the CU norms.

e) For English Hons: Over and above (i), minimum marks in English = 60 for Unreserved & 55 for Reserved (SC & ST)

f) For Mathematics Hons: Over and above (ii), minimum marks in Maths = 60 for Unreserved & 55 for Reserved (SC & ST)

g) For Geography Hons: Over and above (ii), minimum marks in English = 50

WBSCVET pass outs are not eligible for honours courses. They can apply for B.A. general course only, after satisfying the above-mentioned criteria for the same.

Cut-off “passing year”:

1. For day Section: 2017 & 2016
2. For morning section: 2017, 2016, 2015,  2014 & 2013

Merit list:- Merit point or ‘score’ for honours courses will be calculated using the formula:

Score = Top-4 + Subject marks

In the case where the subject in which honours are being sought was not studied in the HS/equivalent standard, the related subject (please see our website or the website of the University of Calcutta for details) will be considered for the calculation of the score. The formula for merit points of general courses is Score = Top-4.

Subject-wise & reservation category-wise merit lists will be available on the website one day after the last date of submission of applications or as directed by the University. The lists will be available in two formats – (i) full list and (ii) status report. In (i), any person can see the full list of eligible applicants – subject-wise & category-wise – depicting the application ID, name, caste, score, rank & current status information of all eligible candidates. The ‘current status column may contain either ‘CNF’ (means allowed for taking admission) or ‘NCNF’ (meaning waiting list). The same set of information can be seen in (ii) by a particular applicant against his/her unique application ID but in a very short and limited form, fit for that particular applicant only.

ALL MERIT LISTS ARE PROVISIONAL IN NATURE. THE COLLEGE AUTHORITY HAS FULL RIGHT TO RECTIFY THE SAME IF FOUND NECESSARY TO DO SO.

Admission process:

Part-I: As soon as the merit list is available on the website, the candidates whose ‘current status is ‘CNF’ will be required to upload the scanned copies of (i) his/her recent colour passport size photo, (ii) the HS or equivalent mark sheet, (iii) admit card of HS or equivalent exam in which the candidate’s photo, signature and father’s name are mentioned and (iv) the birth certificate or admit card of secondary exam as proof of age. After doing so the candidate will get a link to the payment gateway for paying the ‘provisional admission fee’ for the concerned subject/course to the bank in the same way as he/she did at the time of registration. The payment of the provisional admission fee must be made within three working days including the day of publication of the merit list or by the day as may be announced from time to time. After the 3-day time period (Phase-I) is over, no fees can be paid at the bank unless he/she obtains special permission from the college authority. The College will not consider the candidates who have not paid the provisional admission fees within the phase-I period.

The subject-wise-category-wise vacancy list will be published on the website after the last date of “Phase-I” and the “Phase-II” of the admission process will start as per the announcement. In this phase, the status of new candidates, coming next according to merit in the merit list, will change from ‘NCNF’ to ‘CNF’ in order to fill up the category-wise vacant seats, if any, and such candidates will have to pay the provisional admission fee within two working days including the day of notification, by following the same procedure as described above. The process will go on till the vacancies exist or the last date fixed by the university arises, whichever is earlier.

Part-II: Within three working days after the payment of the provisional admission fee, the concerned candidate in person will come to the college with all original testimonials, bank receipts etc. for verification purposes. They have to bring photocopies of the documents also. A list of the required documents can be found in the ‘UG Admission Rules link on our website.

For preparing the merit list, the most important document is the mark sheet of the HS or equivalent exam. Therefore, all applicants must be very cautious while they are filling out the mark sheet part of the online form. Any mistake in this part can change the rank of the candidate in a particular merit list. If, in any case, such a candidate is found, during the verification of documents, whose rank is going to change due to corrections in the submitted mark sheet data, or, found to be ineligible by any other criteria announced on the website, his/her candidature will be cancelled immediately.

Refund Policy:-

In any circumstances, no financial refund shall be allowed. No such application will be entertained.

For obtaining a Transfer Certificate (TC), a sum of Rs.500/- will be charged.

Important Link:-
Click Here ⇒ Official Notification
Click Here ⇒ Official Website

More Details:- Candidates are strongly advised to read the official notification for detailed information regarding seat ability, subject Combinations, admission fees Stricture, Important Dates, and how to apply to Fakir Chand College Admission 2022.

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