University of Calcutta PG Admission 2022

University of Calcutta PG Admission 2022: Online submission of Applications for Centralized Admission to the following Post Graduate Courses in the University Departments and affiliated Under-Graduate Colleges other than Minority/ Autonomous Colleges of this University for the academic session 2022-2023 will go on from September 01, 2022 to September 15, 2022.

For Admission to M.A., M.A./M.Sc.(Archeology, Economics, Museology) and Integrated B. Lib. I. Sc. – M. Lib. I. Sc. Courses of Studies (2022-2024).

PG Admission 2022: Provisional Schedule

M.A., MA/M.Sc (Economics, Archeology and Museology), M.Com, Integrated B.Lib.I.Sc.-M.Lib.I.Sc. Courses under UCAC and P.G. courses in U.G. colleges affiliated to C.U. (2022-2024)

(As per guidelines of the WBGO No.507-Edn (CS)/10M-95/14 dt June 30, 2022)

Activity / EventDates
Phase I : 31.08.2022
Publication of Notification for Admission 2022By 31.08.2022
Online Submission of Application01.09.2022 to 15.09.2022
Correction( if required) can be done by candidates themselves simultaneously01.09.2022 to 15.09.2022
Publication of Draft Lists (Courses under UCAC) (according to merit): Part A (CU) and Part B (Non CU)16.09.2022
Next Event (if any)To be notified in due course of time

N.B.: The schedule of Admission is subject to change depending on the situation and will be notified accordingly. Candidates are requested to check the website regularly for any updates.

Interested 3-Year B.A./B.Sc. Hons. or its equivalent Graduates of University of Calcutta and Autonomous Colleges and Other Universities graduating not earlier than 2021 are eligible to apply.

Candidates who have appeared at the final year/ semester examinations and awaiting for results are also eligible to apply with a condition that they have to produce their mark sheets before the generation of merit list.

The portal will be available since 01.09.2022

Faculties for PG Studies in Arts; Education, Journalism and Library Science

A. Courses ( Sl. NO. 1 to 26 ) are offered directly in the PG Departments of the University

Sl. No.Courses offered by the University PG Departments
 M.A. or M.A. / M.Sc.
1Ancient Indian History & Culture
2Arabic
3Archaeology
4Bengali
5Buddhist Studies
6Comparative Indian Language & Literature
7Economics
8Education
9English
10French
11Hindi
12History
13Islamic History & Culture
14Integrated B. Lib. I.Sc. – M.Lib. I.Sc.
15Journalism & Mass Com
16Linguistics
17Museology
18Pali
19Persian
20Philosophy
21Political Science
22Russian
23Sanskrit
24Sociology
25South & South East Asian Studies
26Urdu

B. Courses (Sl.No.27 to 62) are offered by the different UG Colleges affiliated to this University

Sl. No.UG Colleges affiliated to CU Offering M.A. Courses
27Bengali in Bethune College
28Bengali in Lady Brabourne College
29Bengali in Asutosh College
30Bengali in Bankim Sardar College
31Bengali in Behala College
32Bengali in Charu Chandra College
33Bengali in Jogamaya Devi College
34Bengali in Fakir Chand College
35Bengali in Rammohan College
36Bengali in Vivekananda College
37Bengali in Vivekananda College for Women, Barisha
38Bengali in Women’s College, Bagbazar
39Bengali in Gurudas College, Fulbagan
40Bengali in Ramsaday College, Amta
41Bengali in Nabagram Hiralal Paul College, Konnagar, Hooghly
42Bengali in Bijay Krishna Girls’ College, Howrah
43Bengali in Naba Ballygunge Mahavidyala
44Bengali in Prabhu Jagat Bandhu College, Andul, Howrah
45Bengali in Uluberia College,, Howrah
46Education in Fakir Chand College
47English in Bethune College
48English in Lady Brabourne College
49English in Moulana Azad College
50English in Women’s College
51English in Basanti Devi College
52English in Narasinha Dutta College
53History in Fakir Chand College
54History in Behala College
55History in Vivekananda College
56History in Women’s College
57Journalism & Mass Communication in Women’s College
58Philosophy in Bijay Krishna Girls’ College
59Political Science in Basanti Devi College
60Political Science in Lady Brabourne College
61Sanskrit in Bijay Krishna Girls’ College
62Urdu in Moulana Azad College

Important Information and General Eligibility Criteria

1. Candidates must follow the Admission Schedule to be notified on CU website. The detailed admission schedule (i.e., dates, time, venue etc.) for online application, updating of marks and correction of information, attachments of required signature, photograph and documents, date of publication of selection list, date of admission etc. will be notified from time to time in the University Website.

2. Candidates must go through the details in this Information Brochure carefully before filling up Application Form. Application Forms found to be incomplete or supported by insufficient documents even after the window period provided for correction or updating will be summarily rejected.

3. All information, given in the Brochure, is provisional and subject to change from time to time, and will be notified in the University Website.

4. Applicant must select course(s) / College(s) in order of preference he/she intends to apply. System will automatically generate the required No. of Application Form(s), Acknowledgement Slip, e-Receipt etc.

5. Applicants are required to upload

i) Scanned copy of all semesters mark sheets

ii) Scanned copy of SC/ST/OBCA/OBCB/PWD certificate, if any.

iii) Domicile certificate from Govt. of West Bengal.

iv) Authenticated Calculation Sheet Format (See Section 5) (For Non C.U. candidates)

6. Order of preference (Course/College) must be selected very carefully. A window period for correction may be provided, but after the last date for correction is over, no change / correction in the Application Form can be made whatsoever, in any way. Therefore, the following points must be ensured: i) Number of Course(s) to be applied. ii) Order of preference of the Course(s) to be opted. iii) Order of preference of the College(s) to be selected. iv) The application form must reflect the Order of preference in ascending order (i.e.1,2,3,4,5….) and not in a random order (i.e.1,3,4,2,6,5…….).

7. Candidates of C.U or Non-C.U; who have appeared in final year/ final semester examinations this year (2022) and are waiting for publication of results are eligible to apply for admission to P.G. Courses of the academic session 2022-23.

8. Similarly C.U or Non-CU candidates, who passed out in the year 2021 and not earlier, are eligible to apply for admission to P.G. Courses of the academic session 2022-23.

9. CU or Non- CU candidates with final mark sheet showing PNC or SNC (semester not cleared) are not eligible. To be eligible for admission to P.G. Course such candidates must upload all the clear mark sheets of all years and all semesters. (A clear mark sheet means the one which does not show Fail/ Arrear etc in any subject of any year/ semester mark sheet.)

10. Course-wise eligibility criteria for both CU and Non-CU applicants are same.

11. The admission of Non C.U. candidates passing out from Universities/ University approved colleges outside the state of West Bengal either in regular mode or distance mode, is subject to equivalence of their U.G. Course of Study with that of C.U. The equivalence Department of C.U will issue a certificate of equivalence after verification of relevant documents. However, Non-C.U candidates passing out in regular mode from different West Bengal Universities will not require any equivalence certificate. (See Section 15)

12. Candidates applying under reserved categories with S.C/ S.T/ OBCA/ OBCB/ PWD certificates issued by a state other than West Bengal, must procure a domicile certificate from a competent authority under Govt. of West Bengal ( see Section-6&18 of Information Brochure ) and not from his / her state of Origin. Such candidates are required to upload such domicile certificates at the time of submission of application form.

12. Kindly visit the website of CU frequently and follow the information, instruction, notification and admission schedules which will be uploaded from time to time in course of admission process.

13. For submission of Application through online, please visit: www.caluniv.ac.in or www.caluniv-ucsta.net under M.A/ M.Sc or M.Com Admission.

M.A. & M.SC. (Archaeology, Economics & Museology) / M. Com.

COURSES Of Studies

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Education Journalism Library Science

Course wise details of Eligibility for Application, Courses of Study, and No. of Seats of the Courses under Sl. NO. 1 to 26 are offered directly in University Departments and Courses under Sl. No. 27 to 62 are offered by the different UG colleges affiliated to this University.

A.      Courses bearing under the University PG Departments:

Sl. No.CoursesAbbre- viationGr oup No.Co de No.No. of SeatsMinimum Eligibility
1Ancient Indian History & CultureAIHCU323 128B.A Hons. In (i) Ancient Indian and World History/History [(ii) one seat of each subject: Sanskrit, Pali, Political Science, Geography for CU current year candidate only.]
2ArabicARBCU306 90B.A. Hons. in Arabic / Pre MA in Arabic
3ArchaeologyARCCU320 28MA / M.Sc or BA/B.Sc Hons. In Ancient Indian & World History & Culture/ Sanskrit/ History/ Pali/ Anthropology /Geography/ Geology /Botany/Zoology/ Environmental Science
4BengaliBENCU301 385B.A. Hons. in Bengali
5Buddhist StudiesBUSCU311 40B.A Hons./MA in Ancient Indian & world History/ Archeology/ Bengali/CILL/Economics/Education/English/Fr ench/German/Hindi/History/ Islamic History/Museology/Pali/ Philosophy/Sanskrit/Sociology/Tibetan B. Sc. (Hons), B. Com. (Hons) and PG Diploma in Buddhist Studies
6Comparative Indian Language & LiteratureCILCU307 34B.A Hons. / MA in any Language/Literature/Humanities/Social Sciences with knowledge in Bengali
7EconomicsECOCU314 235B.A / B.Sc. Hons. in Economics
8EducationEDUCU319 132B.A Hons. in Education
9EnglishENGCU302 245B.A Hons. in English
10FrenchFRNCU310 18B.A Hons. in French/ Pre M.A in French
11HindiHINCU304 121B.A Hons. in Hindi
12HistoryHISCU315 168B.A Hons. in History
13Islamic History & CultureIHCCU324 169B.A Hons. in IHCCU / History
14Integrated B.Lib. I.Sc – M.Lib.I.Sc.LISCU341 25Hons. Graduate in Library Studies / Hons. Graduate in any subject
15Journalism & Mass ComJMCCU312 60B.A Hons. in Journalism & Mass Com or Hons.Graduate of any subject**
16LinguisticsLINCU308 89B.A Hons. in Linguistics/English/Bengali/Sanskrit Pali/ AIHCU/ Political Science/Philosophy/ Sociology
17MuseologyMUSCU321 30MA or BA Hons. in History/ Archeology /AIHC/IHC/ Pali/ Sanskrit/ Fine Art/ Visual Art/ Graphic Art/ Applied Art/ Commercial Art/ History of Art/Anthropology/ Persian/ Folklore. M.Sc or B.Sc. Hons in Botany/Zoology / Geology/ Geography/ Anthropology/ Env. Science /Env. Studies/ Electronics /Computer Science/ Physiology/ Physics/ Chemistry. In service (deputed candidate) – one (1) seat.
18PaliPALCU309 34B.A Hons./MA in Pali /Sanskrit /Philosophy/ History/Ancient Indian & world History/ Linguistics/Bengali/Anthropology/ Arabic/ Archeology/Buddhist Studies/ CILL/ Education/ English/French/Hindi/ History/ Islamic History & Culture/Journalism & Mass Communication/ Persian/   Philosophy/Political   Science/Urdu B.Sc. (Hons) and B. Com (Hons)
19PersianPERCU325 50B.A Hons. in Persian
20PhilosophyPHICU316 235B.A Hons. in Philosophy
21Political SciencePLSCU317 235B.A Hons. in Political Science
22RussianRUSCU326 15B.A. Honours or Pre-M.A. in Russian or Equivalent
23SanskritSANCU303 169B.A Hons. in Sanskrit
24SociologySOCCU318 60B.A Hons. in Sociology
25South & South East Asian StudiesSEACU322 106B.A Hons. in History, Political Science, Economics, Anthropology, Human Rights.
26UrduURDCU305 81B.A Hons. in Urdu

** Hons graduates of any subject are eligible only for Part B (Non-C.U.) candidates.

  • PG Courses offered by the different UG colleges affiliated to this University
  Sl. No.  CoursesAbbre- ViationGroup No.Code No.No. of Seats  Minimum Eligibility
27Bengali in Bethune CollegeBENBT301 23B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
28Bengali in Lady Brabourne CollegeBENLB301 20B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
29Bengali in Asutosh CollegeBENAT301 55B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
30Bengali in Bankim Sardar CollegeBENBS301 55B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
31Bengali in Behala CollegeBENBL301 50B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
32Bengali in Charu Chandra CollegeBENCC301 55B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
33Bengali in Jogamaya Devi CollegeBENJD301 50B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
34Bengali in Fakir Chand CollegeBENFC301 161B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
35Bengali in Rammohan CollegeBENRC301 50B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
36Bengali in Vivekananda CollegeBENVK301 50B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
37Bengali in Vivekananda College for Women, BarishaBENVW301 28B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
38Bengali in Women’s College, BagbazarBENWM301 60B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
39Bengali in Gurudas College, FulbaganBENGD301 35B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
40Bengali in Ramsaday College, AmtaBENRS301 50B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
41Bengali in Nabagram Hiralal Paul College, Konnagar, HooghlyBENNH301 30B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
42Bengali in Bijay Krishna Girls’ College, HowrahBENBG301 30B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
43Bengali in Naba Ballygunge MahavidyalaBENNB301 82B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
44Bengali in Prabhu Jagat Bandhu College, Andul, HowrahBENPJ301 30B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
45Bengali in Uluberia College,, HowrahBENUL301 30B.A. HONS. IN BENGALI
46Education in Fakir Chand CollegeEDUFC319 156B.A. HONS. IN EDUCATION
47English in Bethune CollegeENGBT302 16B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
48English in Lady Brabourne CollegeENGLB302 15B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
49English in Moulana Azad CollegeENGMA302 27B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH
50English in Women’s CollegeENGWM302 50B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
51English in Basanti Devi CollegeENGBD302 40B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
52English in Narasingha Dutt CollegeENGND302 30B.A. HONS. IN ENGLISH
53History in Fakir Chand CollegeHISFC315 75B.A. HONS. IN HISTORY
54History in Behala CollegeHISBL315 50B.A. HONS. IN HISTORY
55History in Vivekananda CollegeHISVK315 50B.A. HONS. IN HISTORY
56History in Women’s CollegeHISWM315 30B.A. HONS. IN HISTORY FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
57Journalism & Mass Communication in Women’s CollegeJMCWM312 44B.A. HONS. IN JAURNALISM & MASS COM OR HONS GRADUATE OF ANY SUBJECT FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
58Philosophy in Bijay Krishna Girls’ CollegePHIBJ316 30B.A. HONS. IN PHILOSHOPHY FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
59Political Science in Basanti Devi CollegePLSBD317 15B.A. HONS. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
60Political Science in Lady Brabourne CollegePLSLB317 15B.A. HONS. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
61Sanskrit in Bijay Krishna Girls’ CollegeSANBJ303 30B.A. HONS. IN SANSKRIT FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES
62Urdu in Moulana Azad CollegeURDMA305 37B.A. HONS. IN URDU

Faculty of Commerce, Social Welfare & Business Management

M. Com COURSE

Course wise Details of Eligibility for Application, Courses of Study, Eligibility of Requirement and No. of Seats.

A.      Course under Sl. NO. 1 & 2 is offered directly in University Department

Sl. No.CoursesAbbreviationGroup No.Code No.No. of SeatsMinimum Eligibility
 M.Com.     
1Commerce, CU (Day)COMDY313 419B.Com Honours
2Commerce, CU (Evening)COMEV313 419B.Com Honours
  • Courses under Sl.No.3 to 9 are offered by the different UG colleges affiliated to this University:
Sl. No.CoursesAbbreviationGroup No.Code No.No. of SeatsMinimum Eligibility
3Commerce in Goenka College of Commerce & Business Administration  COMGC  313   65  B.COM HONS.
4Commerce in Fakir Chand CollegeCOMFC313 50B.COM HONS.
5Commerce in Bijay Krishna Girls’ CollegeCOMBG313 30B.COM HONS.
6Commerce in Naba Ballygunge MahavidyalaCOMNB313 120B.COM HONS.
7Commerce in Netaji Nagar Day CollegeCOMNN313 75B.COM HONS.
8Commerce in Shibpur Dinobundhoo Institution (College), HowrahCOMSD313 60B.COM HONS.
9Commerce in Prafulla Chandra CollegeCOMPC313 50B.COM HONS.

N. B.: The number of seats for PG courses offered by UG Colleges are subject to change.

SECTION – 3

Selection of Course(s) and College(s)

Application through on-line mode only.

Before filling up on-line Application Form please read the instructions carefully.

In some cases a candidate may apply for more than one course/college, subject to the eligibility criteria (mentioned under Sections – 2 & 3).

In such cases, the candidate has the liberty to choose/prefer one course/college over other course/college till he/she exhausts all of his/her options.

Candidate should take decision very carefully as to how many course(s) he / she is eligible to apply and how many course(s) he/she intends to apply as per his/her order of preference once at a time. Computer will automatically generate the required no. of Application Form(s).

SIGNIFICANCE OF ORDER OF PREFERENCE :

Candidate should give his/her order of preference carefully; it may not be changed later. During Selection process all the options of candidate with Higher Merit will be considered first then the options of the next higher merit candidates will be considered. Once the candidate is selected in one option, all the lower options will be closed, only higher options if available, remain open for future chances. The preference 1 is higher option than preference 2 and so on. The candidate should select the course as preference 1 which he thinks the best one and he intends to get admission if he gets chance. Accordingly 2nd best course as preference 2 and so on.

** Order of preference must be in ascending order (i.e.1,2,3,4,5….) and not in a random order (i.e.1,3,4,2,6,5…….).

TABLE SHOWING GROUP NO. FOR APPLICATION FORM

(for details of eligibility see Section 2 & 3)

Group No.Courses with codes
  301Application Form for admission to M.A in Bengali by Bengali Hons. Graduates : BENCU, BENBT, BENLB, BENAT, BENBS, BENBL, BENCC, BENJD, BENFC, BENRC, BENVK, BENVW, BENWM, BENGD, BENRS, BENNH, BENBG, BENNB, BENPJ and BENUL.
302Application Form for admission to M.A in English by English Hons. Graduates : ENGCU, ENGBT, ENGLB, ENGMA, ENGWM, ENGBD and ENGND .
  303Application Form for admission to M.A in Sanskrit by Sanskrit Hons. Graduates: SANCU and SANBJ.
304Application Form for admission to M.A in Hindi by Hindi Hons. Graduates: HINCU.
305Application Form for admission to M.A in Urdu by Urdu Hons. Graduates: URDCU and URDMA
  306Application Form for admission to M.A in Arabic by Arabic Hons. Graduates: ARBCU.
307Application Form for admission to M.A in Comparative Indian Language and Literature: CILCU.
308Application Form for admission to M.A in Linguistics: LINCU.
309Application Form for admission to M.A in Pali: PALCU.
310Application Form for admission to M.A in French : FRNCU.
311Application Form for admission to M.A in Buddhist Studies : BUSCU.
312Application Form for admission to M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication : JMCCU and JMCWM.
  313Application Form for admission to M.Com in English by B.Com Hons. Graduates : COMDY, COMEV, COMGC, COMFC, COMBG, COMNB, COMNN, COMSD and COMPC.
  314Application Form for admission to M.A in Economics by Economics Hons. Graduates: ECOCU.
  315Application Form for admission to M.A in Historyh by History Hons. Graduates: HISCU, HISFC, HISBL, HISVK and HISWM.
316Application Form for admission to M.A in Philosophy by Philosophy Hons. Graduates : PHICU and PHIBJ .
  317Application Form for admission to M.A in Political Science by Political Science Hons. Graduates: PLSCU, PLSBD and PLSLB.
318Application Form for admission to M.A in Sociology by Sociology Hons. Graduates: SOCCU.
  319Application Form for admission to M.A in Education by Education Hons. Graduates : EDUCU and EDUFC.
320Application Form for admission to M.A./M.Sc. in Archaeology: ARCCU.
321Application Form for admission to M.A./M.Sc. in Museology: MUSCU.
322Application Form for admission to M.A in South and South East Asian Studies: SEACU.
323Application Form for admission to M.A in Ancient Indian History and Culture : AIHCU.
324Application Form for admission to M.A in Islamic History and Culture: IHCCU.
325Application Form for admission to M.A in Persian by Persian Hons. Graduates: PERCU.
326Application Form for admission to M.A in Russian : RUSCU.
341Application Form for admission to Integrated B.Lib.I.Sc – M.Lib.I.Sc. : LISCU

N.B : Candidates have liberty to opt for either all courses or a few course(s) partially in accordance with their choice or order of preference from the above given course codes under respective groups, wherever applicable.

TABLE SHOWING COURSE ABBREVIATION, COURSES IN INSTITUTIONS, C OURSE GROUP AND SEATS

    Sl.No.    Abbreviation    Courses in Institutions    C OURSE GROUP    Seats
1  AIHCU2 Yr. M.A in Ancient Indian History And Culture in CU   (AIHCU)  323  128
2ARBCU2 Yr. M.A in Arabic in CU (ARBCU)30690
3ARCCU2 Yr. M.A / M.Sc. in Archaeology in CU (ARCCU)32028
4BENCU2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in CU (BENCU)301385
5BENBT2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Bethune College (BENBT)30123
6BENLB2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Lady Brabourne (BENLB)30120
7BENAT2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Asutosh College (BENAT)30155
8BENBS2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Bankim Sardar College (BENBS)30155
9BENBL2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Behala College (BENBL)30150
10BENCC2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Charu Chandra College (BENCC)30155
11BENJD2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Jogomaya Devi College (BENJD)30150
12BENFC2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Fakir Chand College (BENFC)301161
13BENRC2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Rammohon College (BENRC)30150
14  BENVK  2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Vivekananda College (BENVK)  301  50
15  BENVW2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Vivekananda College for Women, Barisha (BENVW)  301  28
16  BENWM  2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Women’s College, Bagbazar (BENWM)  301  60
17BENGD2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Gurudas College, Fulbagan (BENGD)30135
18  BENRS  2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Ramsaday College, Amta (BENRS)  301  50
19  BENNH2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Nabagram Hiralal Paul College, Konnagar (BENNH)  301  30
20  BENBG  2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Bijoy Krishna Girls’ College (BENBG)  301  30
21  BENNB2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Naba Ballygunge Mahavidyalaya   (BENNB)  301  82
22  BENPJ2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Prabhu Jagat Bandhu College, Howrah   (BENPJ)  301  30
23BENUL2 Yr. M.A in Bengali in Uluberia College, Howrah (BENUL)30130
24BUSCU2 Yr. M.A in Buddhist Studies in CU (BUSCU)31140
25  CILCU2 Yr. M.A in Comparative Indian Language and Literature in CU (CILCU)  307  34
26  COMDY  2 Yr. M.Com. in CU (Day) (COMDY)  313  419
27COMEV2 Yr. M.Com. in CU (Eve.) (COMEV)313419
28COMGC2 Yr. M.Com. in Goenka College (COMGC)31365
29COMFC2 Yr. M.Com. in Fakir Chand College (COMFC)31350
30COMBG2 Yr. M.Com. in Bijoy Krishna Girls’ College (COMBG)31330
31COMNB2 Yr. M.Com. in Naba Ballygunge Mahavidyalaya (COMNB)313120
32  COMNN  2 Yr. M.Com. in Netaji Nagar Day College (COMNN)  313  75
33  COMSD2 Yr. M.Com. in Shibpur Dinabundhoo Institution (College)   (COMSD)  313  60
34COMPC2 Yr. M.Com. in Prafulla Chandra College, Gariahat (COMPC)31350
35ECOCU2 Yr. M.A in Economics in CU (ECOCU)314235
36  EDUCU  2 Yr. M.A in Education in CU (EDUCU)  319  132
37EDUFC2 Yr. M.A in Education in Fakir Chand college (EDUFC)319156
38ENGCU2 Yr. M.A in English in CU (ENGCU)302245
39ENGBT2 Yr. M.A in English in Bethune College (ENGBT)30216
40ENGLB2 Yr. M.A in English in Lady Brabourne (ENGLB)30215
41ENGMA2 Yr. M.A in English in Moulana Azad College (ENGMA)30227
42ENGWM2 Yr. M.A in English in Women’s College, Bagbazar (ENGWM)30250
43ENGBD2 Yr. M.A in English in Basanti Devi College (ENGBD)30240
44  ENGND2 Yr. M.A in English in Narasingha Dutt College, Howrah   (ENGND)  302  30
45FRNCU2 Yr. M.A in French in CU (FRNCU)31018
46HINCU2 Yr. M.A in Hindi in CU (HINCU)304121
47HISCU2 Yr. M.A in History in CU (HISCU)315168
48HISFC2 Yr. M.A in History in Fakir Chad College (HISFC)31575
49HISBL2 Yr. M.A in History in Behala College (HISBL)31550
50HISVK2 Yr. M.A in History in Vivekananda College (HISVK)31550
51HISWM2 Yr. M.A in History in Women’s College, Bagbazar (HISWM)31530
52LISCU2-Yr Integrated B.Lib.ISc. – M.Lib.I.Sc. (LISCU)34125
53IHCCU2 Yr. M.A in Islamic History And Culture in CU (IHCCU)324169
54JMCCU2 Yr. M.A in Journalism & Mass Com in CU (JMCCU)31260
55  JMCWM2 Yr. M.A. in Journalism &Mass Com in Women’s College,   Bagbazar (JMCWM)  312  44
56LINCU2 Yr. M.A in Linguistics in CU (LINCU)30889
57MUSCU2 Yr. M.A/MSc. in Museology in CU (MUSCU)32130
58PALCU2 Yr. M.A in Pali in CU (PALCU)30934
59PERCU2 Yr. M.A in Persian in CU (PERCU)32550
60  PHICU  2 Yr. M.A in Philosophy in CU (PHICU)  316  235
61  PHIBG2 Yr. M.A in Philosophy in Bijoy Krishna Girls’s College   (PHIBG)  316  30
62PLSCU2 Yr. M.A in Political Science in CU (PLSCU)317235
  63  PLSBD2 Yr. M.A in Political Science in Basanti Devi College   (PLSBD)31715
64  PLSLB2 Yr. M.A in Political Science in Lady Brabourne College   (PLSLB)  317  15
65RUSCU2 Yr. M.A in Russian in CU (RUSCU)32615
66SANCU2 Yr. M.A in Sanskrit in CU (SANCU)303169
67SANBG2 Yr. M.A in Sanskrit in Bijoy Krishna Girls’s College (SANBG)30330
68SOCCU2 Yr. M.A in Sociology in CU (SOCCU)31860
69  SEACU2 Yr. M.A in South and South East Asian Studies in CU   (SEACU)  322  106
70URDCU2 Yr. M.A in Urdu in CU (URDCU)30581
71URDMA2 Yr. M.A in Moulana Azad College (URDMA)30537

N. B.: The number of seats for PG courses offered by UG Colleges are subject to change.

SECTION – 4

REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION

For online Application please go to:- www.caluniv.ac.in & www.caluniv-ucsta.net under

M.A., M.A./M.Sc. (Archaeology, Economics & Museology), and M.Com. Admission

AT THE TIME ONLINE SUBMISSION OF FORMS CANDIDATE SHOULD HAVE WITH THEM THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:

  • SCANED COPIES OF:
    • MARK SHEET of FINAL YEAR/SEMESTER (FOR C.U. Candidates)
    • MARK SHEETS of all THREE YEARS/ Six(06) SEMESTERs (FOR NON-C.U. Candidates)
    • CASTE CERTIFICATE (SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B) if any,
    • PWD CERTIFICATE if any,
    • DOMICILE CERTIFICATE FOR SC/ST/OBCA/OBCB/PWD ISSUED BY A COMPETENT AUTHORITY, GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL.
  • SOFT COPY OF SCANNED PASSPORT SIZE PHOTO (within 50 kb.) and Signature (not more than 30 kb) and other documents (not more than 200 kb) in jpg/jpeg format.
  • E-MAIL ADDRESS AND CONTACT NUMBER OF THE CANDIDATE

Before submission of Online Application, following points must be ensured.

  1. All the fields in the Application Form are correctly filled up.
  • The Application Form is filled up as per detailed Eligibility Criteria.
  • No. of Course(s)/College(s) intended to be applied is correctly selected.
  • Order of preference of the Course(s)/College(s) intended to be applied is correctly selected.
  • Selection of points 3 & 4 should be done very carefully as any change of preference with respect to courses/colleges afterward may not be allowed.
  • Photograph and the Signature of the applicant are properly uploaded ( i.e. should be legible and visible).

SECTION – 5

Calculation Sheet Format

For the Applicants for admission to different Courses under the University of Calcutta For the Academic Session 2022-2023

The applicants are hereby requested to submit:

  • their aggregate marks as well as percentage of marks obtained and full marks of Honours Subjects/ Papers and General Subjects /Papers (under annual System, i.e., 1+1+1 System), of all the three years,

or

  • aggregate marks as well as percentage of marks obtained in Core Courses (CC), Discipline Specific Elective Courses (DSE) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) [under CBCS] to be treated as Honours Marks, and aggregate as well as percentage of marks of Generic Elective Subjects / Papers to be treated as General Marks of all the three years (six semesters) under CBCS, as the case may be.

Candidates are requested to carefully calculate the marks / grades following the methods given below and put the same in appropriate places of their application forms. Candidates are also requested to upload the calculation sheet of % of marks obtained and full marks in the portal.

Furnishing incorrect/wrong information may lead to cancellation of Application and / or Admission.

SELECTION PROCEDURE AND ADMISSION RULES

  1. 80% of total seats in each course termed as Part – “A” be earmarked for C.U. students only. All the current year (2021) and the immediately preceding year (2020) Honours Graduates of CU including Autonomous Colleges affiliated to CU will be considered in Part – “A”.
  • Rest 20% of total seats in each course termed as Part – “B” be earmarked for Honours Graduates of other Universities (Non-C.U.), having passed out in the current year (2021) and the immediately preceding year (2020).
  • If 80% of the seats reserved for CU Students (Part A) remain unfilled, those may be filled by undergraduates from other Universities (Part B) and similarly, if 20% of the seats reserved for the undergraduates from the other Universities (Part B) remain unfilled, those may be filled by undergraduates from CU (Part A).

A. Selection of candidate of PartA.

Selection List for Admission will be published strictly in order of merit, based on percentage of marks secured in Honours subjects (1+1+1 System) OR Honours Core Course (CC), Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) and Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) subjects (CBCS System).

In case of a tie, the aggregate of marks in general subjects (1+1+1 System) and Generic Elective (GE) subjects (CBCS System) will be taken into consideration.

B.      Selection of candidate of Part “B”

Selection List for Admission will be published strictly in order of merit, based on percentage of marks secured in Honours subjects (1+1+1 System) OR Honours Core Course (CC), Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) and Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) subjects (CBCS System).

In case of a tie, the aggregate of marks in general subjects (1+1+1 System) and Generic Elective (GE) subjects (CBCS System) will be taken into consideration

C. Other rules for Selection Procedures.

  1. There will be two main merit lists in each group of applications
    1. one for Part – “A” (CU Candidates),
    1. other for Part – “B” (Non-CU Candidates), as mentioned above.
  2. Selection in each course may be done simultaneously from two merit lists a) Part –“A” and b) Part – “B”.
  3. Existing SC/ST/PWD/ OBC-A/OBC-B reservation rules will be followed separately for both Part – “A” i.e. 80% of total seats earmarked for C.U. students and Part – “B” i.e. 20% of total seats earmarked for Non-C.U. students.
  • If sufficient number of suitable candidates (UR/ SC/ST/OBC) are not available in Part – “A”, the same may be filled up from Part – “B” and vice versa.

11.  Counseling Mechanism

General Rules:

  • The choices / preferences submitted by the candidates in their applications will be processed and seat will be provisionally allotted in the order of merit as per application form submitted.

Next Round of Counseling for seat allotment:

Candidates eligible for seat allotment in the next round fall into one of the following sets:

  • Set – 1: Applicants who did not get any seat allotment in the 1st round.
    • Set – 2: Applicants who were allotted a seat in lower preference in the previous selection list.
    • A candidate is not eligible to a specific course if he/she has higher percentage of marks/Final Score/Entrance Test Marks ( as applicable) than the last candidate selected in the previous counseling/selection list of that specific course.
  • For example; in one counseling last candidate had following scores :
  • for course A – 490
  • for course B – 480
  • for course C – 470
  • for course D – 460

In the next round of counseling, a candidate having score 472 is not eligible for course C & D but the candidate is eligible for course A & B and like that.

Rules for Seat Allotment:

  • Set – 1: All the preferences will be processed. (in case where candidate not yet got a chance in any course)
    • Set – 2: Only the higher preferred choices will be processed.(in case where candidate already got a chance in any courses)

12.  Course wise eligibility criteria both for CU and Non-CU applicants are same.

Eligible applicants of Other Universities (Non-CU) may also apply as appeared candidate subject to production of Pass Mark Sheet as a proof of fulfillment of eligibility criteria before publication of selection list satisfying the requisite eligibility criteria.

  1. SC/ST/PWD/OBC-A/OBC-B reservations as per University rules and practices will be followed in both “Part -A” and “Part -B”.
  2. For Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates, reservations will be provided 22% for SC, and 6% for ST for all courses.

For admission to different courses an SC/ST candidate getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 25% of marks obtained by the last candidate of the General category.

Note

If the candidate avails facility in minimum eligibility requirement then the candidate will be treated under concerned reserved category subject to submission of proof of reservation.

  1. PWD (Persons with Disabilities) Persons with disabilities having 40% and above degree of disability will enjoy a 5% reservation horizontally in each of the categories – Unreserved and Reserved, i.e. UR, SC, ST,OBC –A, OBC-B, and such candidates, if available, shall be placed towards the top of the list prepared for each category of students.

The PWD candidates claiming seats under reserved category are required to produce appropriate PWD certificates issued by the competent authority satisfying the following criteria:

Officer-in-Charge or Medical Head of Primary Health Centers, Block Health Centers, State General Hospitals, Rural Hospitals, Sub-Divisional Hospitals or the District Hospitals run by the State Government or any hospital run by a statutory body or authority.

PWD category candidates will be ELIGIBLE with a minimum of 40% disability subject to the condition that the candidate is capable of carrying out all activities related to theory / practical work, as applicable ,to the courses without special concession and exemption.

For admission to different courses a PWD candidate getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 25% of marks obtained by the last candidate of the General category.

  1. OBC (OBC-A & OBC-B) reservation (non creamy layer): OBC student getting admission should obtain marks in the previous qualifying examination in the relevant la
    1. st qualifying examination not lower than 10% than that obtained by the last candidate admitted from the general category (if applicable).

Where merit list will be prepared on the basis of final score with fractional weightage of different components (like entrance test, qualifying exam marks, 10+2 level exam marks, interview, etc.), the OBC candidate should obtain final score not lower than 10% than that of obtained by the last candidates admitted of General Category.

If no suitable OBC candidate is found in the respective earmarked category under Part-A and Part-B, then the benefit will pass on to the other part.

  1. Candidates having SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PWD Certificate issued from Govt. of West Bengal are entitled to get the reservation facility for admission. Candidates with SC/ST/PWD/ OBC-A/OBC-B certificate issued from a State other than West Bengal are not eligible for such reservation benefits for admission and they will be treated as General Category candidates.

Such candidate will be otherwise eligible if they procure and submit domicile certificate of West Bengal in prescribed format from a competent authority under the Govt. of West Bengal at the time of admission. The Domicile Certificate of West Bengal should be procured by candidate who has been

EITHER

Residing in West Bengal continuously at least for last 10 years as on 31.12.2020

OR

Whose parent (s) is/ are permanent resident (s) of West Bengal having permanent address within the state of West Bengal (Proforma-B)

THE CERTIFICATE BEING SUBMITTED BY THE CANDIDATE FOR CLAIMING RESERVATION UNDER SC/ST/OBC QUOTA; MUST HAVE BEEN ISSUED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY, ON A DATE PRIOR TO THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION. CERTIFICATE ISSUED ON A LATER DATE BY ANY AUTHORITY, WILL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION.

  1. If sufficient number of suitable SC/ST/PWD/OBC C.U. candidates are not available in Part –“A”, the seats may be filled up by the Part –“B” and vice- versa.
  1. SC/ST/PWD/OBC Candidates securing equal or higher marks than the last candidate admitted from the general category will be treated as “General Category” as well as respective reserve category.
  2. P.N.C. candidates are not eligible to apply.
  1. Admission to be closed within one month from the commencement of classes.
  1. All the rules are subject to change by the order of the appropriate authority.
  • List of selected candidates will be published in the website/portal.
  • No personal communication will be made with the selected candidates.
  • Honours Subject wise breakup of Seats in following Courses:
CourseHons. SubjectNo. Of SeatsTotal Seats
          M.A. in A.I.H.C.Ancient Indian & World History / History Preference will be given to AIWH124          128
Sanskrit01 (for C.U. current year)
Pali01 (for C.U. current year)
Political Science01 (for C.U. current year)
Geography01 (for C.U. current year)
              M.A. / M.Sc. in MuseologyArchaeology, History, AIHC , IHC06                30
Fine Art, Visual Art, Graphic Art, Applied Art, Commercial Art, History of Art01
Anthropology05
Pali, Sanskrit, Persian, Folklore01
Zoology, ,Botany, Physiology06
Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Science06
Geology, Geography ENVS, ENV Studies04
In service deputed candidates01
  M.A. in South & South East Asian StudiesHistory74    106
Political Science10
Economics06
Anthropology06
Human Rights10
    M.A. / M.Sc. in ArchaeologyHistory / A.I.W.A.10    28
Geography04
Sanskrit / Pali01
Anthropology / Geology01
Botany / Zoology01
Environmental Science01
 Unreserved – Arts, any subject02 
Unreserved – Science, any subject02
SC -3, ST-1 (Any Subject)04
OBC A -1, OBC B -1(Any Subject)02
  M.A. in LinguisticsBengali40  89
English40
Other Hons. Subjects09

SECTION – 7

Venue of Final Admission

Admission to the candidates whose name featured in the final selection list in various courses in the University departments and in various P.G. courses offered by affiliated U.G. colleges will be held in the following places.

Admission in Various CourseVenue
For Admission to P.G. courses in University DepartmentsRespective Faculty Secretary Offices of different Campuses, University of Calcutta
For Admission to P.G. courses offering in U.G. CollegesAdmission in the Principal’s Office of the Respective colleges

FEES STRUCTURE

  1. For admission to PG Courses in the University Departments

All kinds of fees have been waived by the University for the Academic Session 2021-2022

https://www.caluniv.ac.in/news/Notice-waived-tuition-fees-26-8-21.pdf

M.A./M.Com. Course:

HeadsFees for Indian StudentsFees for Foreign Students
Tuition fees*Rs. 100/- per monthUS.$ 500/- per semester
Admission feesRs. 100/-*waived for this year onlyRs 100/-
Games feeRs. 10/- per yearRs. 10/- per year
Union feeRs. 10/- per yearRs. 10/- per year
Magazine feeRs. 10/- per yearRs. 10/- per year
Student Aid fundRs. 10/- per yearRs. 10/- per year
Student health feeRs. 4/- per yearRs. 4/- per year
Library feesRs.200/- per yearRs.200/- per year
Laboratory fees (for Laboratory Subjects only)Rs. 60/- per month.Rs. 60/- per month.
Transfer feeRs.50/- per transfer.Rs.50/- per transfer.
Identity Card FeeRs. 50/-Rs. 50/-

*For Integrated BLibISc-MLibISc course Tuition fee is Rs 250/- per month, all other fees are as mentioned in the table.

N.B: At the time of admission Tuition Fees for 06 (six) months and Laboratory Fee (if applicable) for 06 (six) months and Library Fee for two years along with other fees have to paid. All the Fees are subject to change time to time by the order of the appropriate Authority.

No fees will be collected from the candidates by the University in this year

Faculties for PG Studies in Arts; Education, Journalism and Library Science Website: www.caluniv-ucsta.net & www.caluniv.ac.in

Helpdesk Emails: For M. Com Candidates – [email protected]

For MA Candidates (College Street) – [email protected]

For MA Candidates (Alipur) – [email protected]

Helpdesk Numbers: For MA/ M. Com Candidates (College Street)

8697366846, 9163240166, 7044935096, 7890428758

(Monday to Saturday 10.30AM to 6.30PM )

For MA Candidates (Alipur)

7044591242, 9163417582, 7595863012 , 9748332656

(Monday to Saturday 10.30AM to 6.30PM)

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