Sadhu Ram Chand Murmu University of Jhargram, Jhargram, West Bengal, has started its academic activities from the academic session 2021-2022 following THE JHARGRAM UNIVERSITY ACT, 2017(West Bengal Act XLVIII of 2017) and THE JHARGRAM UNIVERSITY (AMENDMENT)ACT,2021(WEST BENGAL ACTVII of 2021) passed by the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.
Sadhu Ram Chand Murmu University of Jhargram, Jhargram is established to function efficiently as a teaching, training and research centre in various branches of learning and courses of study, including Humanities, Social and Basic Sciences and promoting advancement and dissemination of knowledge and learning and extending higher education, to meet the requirements of higher education and research in the subjects and to serve the society and the nation.
- On-line application for admission to PG courses starts on and from 1st September, 2021
- Last date of application : 15th September, 2021
- Date of publication of Merit List : 20th September, 2021
- Last date of admission : 22nd October, 2021
- Classes of PG Courses in Semester-I start on and from 25th October, 2021
The University has begun its journey with four Post-Graduate subjects under Arts and Science Faculties from the academic session 2021-2022.
Post Graduate courses offered
Faculty of Arts
1. M.A. in English
2. M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication
3. M.A. in Santali
Faculty of Science
4. M.Sc. in Mathematics
The candidates will fill in the specified Application Form only through on-line portal of university website (www.srcmuj.org). They must complete all the steps e.g. personal details, academic details, uploading photo and signature. They have to produce the original Marksheets of graduation at the time of verification to be notified later on.
The students of all universities in India are eligible to fill in forms for admission to PostGraduate Courses for the academic session 2021-2022.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO POST-GRADUATE COURSES
The candidates passed out in the year 2020 and 2021are only eligible for admission to Post Graduate Courses in English, Santali and Mathematics for the academic session 2021-2022.
In case of M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, there is no year bar.
|English, Santali||Honours in the concerned subject|
|Journalism and Mass Communication||Honours in any discipline|
|Mathematics||Honours in Mathematics|
3rd Merit List
PROVISIONAL MERIT LISTS
|Sl. No||Subject||Total Seats||GEN/DAP*||SC||ST||OBC-A||OBC-B|
|2.||Journalism and Mass Communication||25||13/01||05||02||02||02|
No seat for DAP in SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B category
SELECTION AND ADMISSION PROCESS
- Merit list will be made strictly on the basis of marks obtained in Honours.In case of equal marks obtained in Honours, marks obtained in the immediately precedingexaminationare to be considered for ranking.
- As there is no student in our university (Sadhu Ram Chand Murmu University of Jhargram has started its academic activities from the academic session 2021-2022), 100%seats are open to all.
- Quota for SC(22%)/ST(6%)/OBC-A(10%)/OBC-B(7%) will be considered as per Govt. Order.
- 5% of each category(Gen/SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B) will be reserved for Differently Able Person(DAP). Merit List for DAP will be prepared on the basis of the percentage of disability.
- On-line provisional admission will be done through the university admission portal.
- The verification of testimonials and other documents for provisionally admitted students will be held on the date of commencement of classes.
- The admission of a student will be cancelled, if he /she remains absent from classes for consecutive ten days from the date of commencement of classes without any intimation to the university authority and the admission fees paid will not be refunded.
- If any student shifts to another university /institution without any intimation to the university authority within ten days from the date of commencement of classes, the admission fees paid will not be refunded.
- If a student applies tothe university authority for cancellation of admission within ten days from the date of commencement of classes, 10% of total admission fees will be deducted as processing fee and the rest amount will be refunded to the candidate.
FEES FOR POST-GRADUATE COURSES
|Subject||Semester -I||Semester -II||Semester -III||Semester -IV|
|English, Journalism and Mass Communication, Santali||Rs.900/-||Rs.480/-||Rs.780/-||Rs.480/-|
The following documents have to be brought by the provisionally admitted candidates during final verification and admission:
- Print out of the on-line filled in Application Form.
- Self-attested photo copies of all the Marksheets of examinations passed (Madhyamik Pariksha or equivalent to onwards)
- Self-attested photo copy of the Admit Card /Certificate of Madhyamik Pariksha or equivalent as evidence of date of birth.
- Self-attested photo copy of University Registration Certificate.
- Self-attested photo copy of SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/Differently Able Persons(DAP) Certificate issued by the appropriate authority, for those applying under respective quota.
- A passport size coloured photograph.
To be noted :
- The Application Form, if not properly filled in, is liable to be cancelled.
- All the provisionally admitted candidates are required to produce all the original Marksheets, Certificates and testimonials during verification. Candidates or his/her authorized person is to be present at the time of verification.
- If at any stage, it is found that a candidate has concealed, suppressed or distorted any information / fact in the Application Form, his /her admission shall stand cancelled.
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFORMATION
- Applicants are to follow the Notices all the time for up-to-date information.
- No intimation of any kind will be sent to the individual at any stage.
- The candidate will get admitted provisionally through university admission portal according to the Merit List and category-wise availability of seats.
- All the provisionally admitted candidates are required to produce all the original certificates Marksheets and testimonials at the time of verification which will be held on the commencement of classes.
- Date and time of verification and admission will be notified at the university portal.
- Admission to PG courses will be closed on the 15th day w.e.f the date of commencement of classes.
- If any student remains absent from classes for consecutive ten days from the date of commencement of classes without any intimation to the university authority, his/her admission will be treated as cancelled and the vacancy will be filled- in from the merit listed candidates on the basis of merit. Absence will be counted from the date of commencement of classes.
- The admitted students are to attend at least 75% of the total classes held in all Semesters; otherwise he/she will not be allowed to fill-in his/her form for End Semester Examination.
- The admitted students have to submit the Migration Certificate within two months from the date of admission and get registration of SRCMUJ; otherwise he/she will not be allowed to appear at the End Semester Examination of Semester-I.
- The student will not indulge in any act of ragging. If he/she is found guilty of any aspect of ragging, he/she will be punished as per the provisions of the UGC Regulations and / or as per law in force.
Centre for Adivasi Studies and Museum
Sadhu Ram Chand Murmu University of Jhargram is established in Jhargram, a socioeconomically backward district of West Bengal. According to the Census of 2011, 96.52% of the population of this district lives in rural areas and the rest of the population are in urban areas. 20.11% of the total population belongs to Scheduled Caste (SC) and 29.3% belongs to Scheduled Tribe (ST). The literacy rate of this district is 70.92%. The academic activities of this university will start from the academic session 2021-22. As the majority of the students are from socio-economically disadvantaged groups, mainly from the communities like Santals, Kurmi, Lodha, Sabar, Kherwa, Munda, Ho,etc., there is an utter need to make the students aware of their own cultural heritage, which is presently in crisis in this technophoric, digital age.
The Centre will motivate the students of all the communities to engage themselves in further research in the concerned fields and to preserve their cultural texts, art and literature. One major responsibility of the Centre is to safeguard the endangered folkloric and performative texts of the communities through documentation, preservation and digital archiving. The Centre will regularly organize Workshops /Seminars and Conferences in the concerned fields.
A Museum will also be established in the new campus of the university at Jitusole, where the representative cultural artifacts of the tribal communities like musical instruments, bow and arrow, puppets, smoking instruments, attires and ethnic jewellery, playing instruments,etc., will be collected and preserved. This would help the students, the researchers, and the community members for future engagement.