10-08-2014, 09:29 PM
Burdwan University announces admission for five years LL.B Hons degree course in 2014 session. A candidate concerned, while pursuing a regular course of study in law under this University, or take up or should be allowed to simultaneously hold another course candidates must verify eligibility and age before removing the application forms
No of seats: 80 each school
Course fee: Rs. 25000 / - per annum
To access the 5 year BA - LLB (Hons) course, each candidate must pass the higher secondary examination under 10 +2 pattern or equivalent examination not make below 45% of the total marks in general category and case 40% of the total marks in case of applicants SC / ST Note: in calculating the percentage of marks at (10 +2) marks one or two documents available in languages such as leaf brand & best three electives (ie maximum rating 400/500) will be considered. Brands environmental studies will not be considered age limit: The maximum age of a candidate seeking admission into 5 year BA LL.Curs B (Hons), will not exceed 20 (twenty) years on July 1, the corresponding year in case of general category and 22 (twenty two) years in case of SC / ST / OBC should attach applicants candidates who seek relaxation in marks was under category SC / ST, attested photocopy of the certificate obtained from the competent authority to authenticate their claim
The certificate must be obtained from one of the authorities listed below:
i) Deputy Director, backward classes welfare, West Bengal and Commissioner, backward classes welfare, West Bengal in case of candidates claiming to be scheduled caste or scheduled tribe residing in any part of West Bengal
Ii) Deputy Commissioner of land revenue, stamp collector of revenue Kolkata, Calcutta Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta, Addl. Director Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta, Director Metropolitan Magistrate, Calcutta, 1st class Stipendiary Magistrate, Executive Magistrate, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Sub-Divisional officer, deputy collector. Collector, Addl Judge. district collector and district magistrate of their respective jurisdictions in case of candidates claiming to be cast or scheduled tribe and scheduled regular resident in these jurisdictions
What to do?
Submission of applications duly filled downloaded application form, accompanied by a demand draft of Rs. 250 / - (ie cost of application) drawn in favor of Finance officer, BU, payable at SBI, BU branch, Burdwan, along with attested photo copies of admit card (MP or equivalent examination), Mark sheets of all examinations passed and SC / ST / OBC certificate (to relax trademarks and / or age only), will be submitted either in person or representative office of the Secretary, Board of studies UG common in Arts, SC., etc. BU, Rajbati, Burdwan on or before 18 July 2014 (except Saturdays, Sundays & holidays)
Selected applicants will be held strictly on the basis of merit determined by the percentage of marks obtained in the higher secondary examination under 10 +2 pattern or equivalent examination in case of tie, marks in English higher secondary examination of 10 +2 pattern or equivalent examination marks will be compared with the English Parikshit Madhyamika or its equivalent examination will be considered as the third criterion, if necessary
Publication of the list: Provisional admission list will be published on 25 July 2014 at the charts of the office of the Secretary, Board of Studies UG Arts, SC. etc. common, BU, Rajbati, Burdwan and the same is available on the University website (http / http://www.buruniv.ac.in), and attendance, if a student concerned fails to attend a minimum of 70% of the total given in a semester, he / she can not appear in this exam, provided that if a student fails the semester-I attended the required minimum number as given above, it will re-admission and he / she will take new admission, provided from the second half onwards, if a candidate is declared due to lack of discollegiate not required. assistance, he / she may be allowed to take this semester readmission recommendation of the appropriate authority.