UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA for B.A.LL.B. Admissions 2019-20
UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA for B.A.LL.B. Admissions 2019-20
About the Program
The University of Calcutta had an enormous territorial jurisdiction during a considerable period of its existence. This jurisdiction practically continued till the Indian Universities Act of 1904 came into operation, wherein provision was made for the first time for defining the territorial limits of the five universities then existing in India (including Burma and Ceylon), viz. the Universities of Calcutta, Bombay, Madras, the Punjab and Allahabad. In fact, there was no territorial limit fixed for the University of Calcutta in the Act of Incorporation in 1857, and when in 1882 the Punjab University and in 1887 the University of Allahabad came into existence, no provision was made in the Acts for these Universities, curtailing the jurisdiction of the University of Calcutta. From the list of schools and colleges enjoying recognition and affiliation of the University of Calcutta in 1903, i.e. immediately before the Indian Universities Act of 1904 was passed, it will appear that two institutions in the Punjab, viz. Bishop Cotton School, Simla and Baring High School, Batala (Gurdaspur) were then enjoing affiliation to the University of Calcutta; St. John’s College, Agra, Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh, Thomason Engineering College, Rurkee, Joynarayan’s College, Benares, and other colleges belonging to the then United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, were also affiliated to this University. Schools from the districts of Peshwar, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Dera-Ismail Khan, Multan, Jullundher, Ludhiana in the Punjab, Bhopal, Bundelkhand, Indore, Ujjain, Jaypur of Central India, Cawnpur, Lucknow, Mirzapur, Musoori, Nainital, Allahabad of the then United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, used to send up students for the Entrance Examination of the University of Calcutta. Lahore Government College, which was first affiliated to the University of Calcutta in 1864, prepared students chiefly for the examinations of the Punjab University after that University was established but some of the students were also sent out for the examinations of the University of Calcutta ; such was also the position of Government College, Delhi. Jaypur Maharaj’s College, Jaypur, that was first affiliated to the University of Calcutta in 1873, trained students for the Oriental Examinations of the Punjab University and on the establishment of the University of Allahabad, it was affiliated to that University also although it continued enjoying affiliation of the University of Calcutta long thereafter.
1) Passed 10+2 or its equivalent from the Board recognized by the University of Calcutta in the year 2017 – 2019 (for General); 2015 – 2019 (for SC/ST) and 2012 – 2019(for PWD) only.
2) 10+2 Level Marks obtained from the Board recognized by the University of Calcutta :GENERAL: At least 45% marks in best four subjects. (Excluding Environmental Studies of WBCHSE).SC/ST/PERSON WITH DISABILITY (Disability 40% or more) : At least 40% marks in best four subjects. (Excluding Environmental Studies of WBCHSE).
3) Candidate passed 10+2 from the Board other than WBCHSE, ISC,CBSE, Rabindra Mukto Vidyalay and NIOS must be obtained “EQUIVALANCE CERTIFICATE” from the office of the Registrar, ( Equivalance Section) University of Calcutta, 87/1, College Street, Kolkata-700073 by a written application in plain paper with relevant photo copy of 10+2 Mark Sheet. Certificate will be required at the time of Admission. It will be safe to obtain the certificate before online application submission.
4) Foreign Student : Foreign National with last qualification eligibility degree from Foreign Board have to apply in writing to the undersigned mentioning all previous degrees, mark sheets,certificates and syllabus of the last qualifying examination eligibility degree. After preliminary verification they may be called for interview. If qualified in interview the equivalence certificate has to be collected. After getting equivalency clearance a provisional list will be prepared for approval of Vice-Chancellor, C.U. Lastly selected candidates will get admission with all required documents. Foreign National with last qualifying eligibility degree from Indian universities/boards candidates may also apply as like other Indian national candidates. Application Fees: GEN : Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five hundred only) SC/ST/PWD : Rs. 250/- (Rupees Two hundred fifty only) Marks & Application Fees relaxations as well as seat reservation are applicable for those SC/ST applicants who have valid certificate from the competent authority of the Government of West Bengal only. Marks & Fees relaxations as well as seat reservation are applicable for those PWD applicants who have valid certificate with disability 40% or more from the competent authority with. Please note that Bar Council of India did not approve the enhancement of intake capacity for OBC reservation so the OBC applicant will be treated as General and not get any relaxation and reservation benefit.
Online Form Submission : 01/6/2019 to 19/6/2019.
Application Fees Payment (Through Bill Desk) : by Debit Card /Credit Card/Net Banking From 01/6/2019 to 20/6/2019
Online Admit Card Download : 25/6/2019 to 29/6/2019.
Entrance Test : 30/6/2019 (Sunday).
Entrance Test Overall Merit List & Category wise seat capacity : 05/7/2019.
E-Counselling : 1st Phase 09/7/2019 5 P.M. onward
2 nd Phase 17/7/2019 5 P.M. onward
3rd Phase 26/7/2019 5 P.M. onward
Online Admission Slip Download : After each Phase of E-Counselling
Admission : 1st Phase 10/7/19 to 12/7/19
2nd Phase 18/7/19 to 22/7/19
3rd Phase 27/7/19 to 31/7/19
Any change regarding the dates of E-Counselling and Admission will be notified only in website.
For More Inmformation Refers https://www.caluniv.ac.in/admission/BA-LLB-27-5-19.pdf
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