Ramgarh College, Ramgarh

[ VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG ]

 

REGULATION FOR  FULL TIME THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSE LEADING TO THE AWARD OF B.A/B.Sc./B.Com GENERAL & HONOURS DEGREE

 

 

        This regulation shall be known as ‘Three Year Degree Course Regulation 2015’.

        This shall come into force from the academic session 2015.

 

Eligibility Criteria for Admission in B.A./B.Sc./B. Com. (1st Semester)

 

         Honours Course :

 

i) A student who has passed the +2 Examination of the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination of a recognized University/Board with a minimum of 45% marks in the concerned subject or in an allied subject shall be eligible to seek admission.

ii) A student who has earned a Certificate or Diploma in any professional course of a recognized institution after 10+2 level  with at least 45% in the aggregate at +2 level shall also be eligible to seek admission.

iii) Astudent who has passed the +2 examination of the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination in Science with at least 45% marks in the aggregate at +2 examination shall be eligible for admission to B.A. (Hons)/B.Com. (Hons) 1st semester.

iv) A Student who has passed the +2 examination of the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination in Commerce with at least 45% marks in the aggregate at +2 examination  shall be eligible for admission to B.A. (Hons) 1st semester.

v) Astudent who has passed the +2 examination of the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination in Arts with at least 45% marks in the aggregate at +2 examination shall be eligible for admission to B.Com. (Hons) 1st semester.

vi) Astudent who has passed the +2 examination of the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination in Arts or Commerce with at least 45% marks in the aggregate at the +2 examination shall be eligible for admission to B.Sc. (Hons) 1st semester provided the candidate proves an aptitude for Science by passing an entrance examination to be conducted for the said purpose by the concerned college.

vii) A student who has passed the +2 examination with at least 45% in the aggregate in any faculty of studies is eligible for admission to B.A. (Hons) 1st semester inPhilosophy, Anthropology, HomeScience, Sociology, Labour and Social Welfare, any language including tribal language, or any other subject in which teaching at +2 level is scanty or unavailable as a core subject.

viii) A student who has passed the +2 examination with at least 45% in the aggregate in Faculty of Science is eligible for admission to B.Sc.(Hons) 1st semester inAnthropology, HomeScience, Geology, Statistics or any other subject in which teaching at +2 level is scanty or unavailable as a core subject.

ix) Acollege can also conduct entrance examination for admission to one or all the three degree courses as an alternative method of admission.

 

b) General Course:

 

Ậ candidate belonging to any of the categories (i) to (viii) mentioned above shall be eligible to seek admission in similar courses but there shall be no constraint of minimum marks in any case as has been laid down for Honours Course.

Allied Subjects : The following shall be treated as allied subjects for this purpose

        Ancient Indian History, Asian Studies and History

        Rural Economics, Applied Economics, Labor & Social Welfare and Economics

         Microbiology, Biotechnology/ Botany, Zoology/Chemistry

 

Progression to the Next Semester : Advancement to the next Semester shall be permitted only with a maximum of two backlog Papers/Subjects from the preceding semester.  However, the student shall be allowed to appear at the sixth semester examination only if he/she has cleared all the papers/subjects upto the 3rd semester. If a student has backlog papers in 4th &5th semester and cleared the 6th semester, the results of the candidate (who has passed the 6th semester examination but not passed the lower semester examinations) shall be declared as NCL (Not Completed Lower Semester examinations). Such candidates shall be eligible for the degree only after completion of all the lower semester examinations within the stipulated maximum time period. Such candidate shall be admitted to the Degree of the year in which he/ she has finally cleared all the papers, but the name of such student shall not be incorporated in the merit list.

Method and institutions for Admission

                    Institutions for Admission : Admission to a B.A/B.Sc./B.Com Honours/General course with core, DSE, GE, AECC, SEC, project of choice can be taken at any constituent, State Govt or affiliated college having affiliation for teaching the subject of choice provided facilities of teaching such subject of choice is available in the college and the aspirant student is selected for admission in the college.

                    Seats : Ậ Section for theory paper of a subject (with practical course) shall comprise not more than 64,and that in a batch of practical, 32 students.A Section of subjects having only theory papers shall be 128. The tutorial group shall comprise 32 students. Number of sections in a semester in a college shall depend upon availability of infrastructural and teaching facility, to be decided by the Academic Council of the University.

Method of Admission

The admission to the 1st Semester of Bachelor Course shall be made on the basis of a merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the bonafide candidates in the last qualifying examination, or on the basis of the written entrance test to be conducted by the university/college for the purpose after applying reservation policy and awarding weightage, if any.

Reservation and Weightage

(a) The reservation rules of the Jharkhand State Government framed for the purpose of admission shall be applicable to different caste categories of the candidates provided that 15% of the total seat of each department shall be reserved for students passing outside the Jharkhand state, out of which 5% seats will be reserved for NRI/Foreign National categories, but no caste reservation shall be applied to such category of candidates. In case candidates of a particular category are not available adequately, the vacant seats will be treated as general seats.

(b) The following categories of candidates will be provided weightage of marks mentioned against each category for preparing the merit list.

 

Category                                                Weightage  (percent of marks to be added in the relevant Marks obtained by the candidate in the Subject concerned for preparing merit list)

                    Girl Student                                                                         3%

                    Dependent of Ex-Serviceman                                                 2%

                    Ward of the teaching and Non-teaching

Staff of the University/ College under

Privilege of the University                                                      7%

                    N.C.C.

        N.C.C. Cadet having camp certificate                                 1%

        N.C.C. Cadet having state camp Certificate                         2%

        N.C.C. Cadet having National camp Certificate                     3%

        N.C.C. C-Certificate –                                                      5%

        N.C.C. B-Certificate _                                                      4%

                    N.S.S.

        N.S.S. Special Camp Certificate (unit level)                        1%

        N.S.S. Zonal Level                                                         2%

        PRD – Camp N.S.S. National Level Camp                           3%

        R.D. Parade/ National award                                           5 %

                    Sports/Cultural Activities/Fine Art and Music/ Drama

        International Level Representation

                    Olympic or Equivalent                                       20%

                    Asian Level                                                     15%

        National Level                                                             10%

        Inter-University/State level                                           05%

        Inter-College/Inter-School                                            02%

Provided that no candidate shall be allowed two benefits at the same time.

 

Transfer of Admission : Transfer of admissions permissible only for IIIrd and Vth semesters for the students of other universities and within the University.

Conditions for Transfer of Admission of Students within the University

        His/Her transfer/admission shall be within the intake permitted to the college.

        Availability of same combination of subjects studied in the previous college.

        He/she shall fulfill the attendance requirements as per the University Regulation.

        He/She shall complete the programme as per the regulation governing the maximum duration of completing the programme.

 

Conditions for Admission of Students of Other Universities for Transfer

        A Candidate migrating from any other university may be permitted to join III/V semester of the degree programme provided he/she has passed all the subjects of previous semesters/years as the case may be. Such candidates must satisfy all other conditions of eligibility stipulated in the regulations of the University.

        His/Her transfer/admission shall be within the intake permitted to the college.

        He/she shall fulfill the attendance requirements as per the University Regulation.

        The candidate who is migrating from another university is eligible for overall class and not for ranking.

        He/She shall complete the programme within stipulated  period.

 

Lateral entry: A candidate is eligible for lateral entry to V Semester if he/she possesses Advance Diploma in arts/science/commerce of this University or equivalent thereto obtained after completion of 4 semester examinations in one attempt in two academic sessions.

 Repeal and Savings

 Repeal : The earlier regulation pertaining to Three Year Degree Course leading to B.A./B.Sc./B.Com General and Honours is hereby repealed.

Saving : Notwithstanding such repeal the students admitted to B.A/B.Sc./B.Com General and Honours upto academic session 2014 in Degree Part One shall continue to be governed by the repealed regulation.

Annexure-2

Four papers of one subject or two papers each from two different subjects from the following subjects,depending upon the requirement of the core subject,may be chosen as the Generic Elective.

Generic Elective:              1.    Physics Core, Mathematics, Chemistry

(Science)                        2.    Chemistry Core, Mathematics, Physics, Botany, Zoology                                      

                                     3.    Mathematics Core, Chemistry, Physics

                  4.    Botany Core, Chemistry, Zoology

                  5.    Zoology Core, Chemistry, Botany

Arts : Four papers of one subject or two papers each from two different subjects from Arts (Humanities/Social Science) Faculty depending upon the requirement of the core subject,may be chosen as the Generic Elective subjects.

Commerce:  As prescribed in the syllabi.