ADMISSION TO B.A./B.Sc. COURSE : 2020 - 21 (ONLY FOR BOYS)

Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous)
Narendrapur, Kolkata 700103

2020-21 ADMISSION TO B.A./B.Sc. COURSE (ONLY FOR BOYS)

  1. A Candidate can apply for as many subjects as he chooses. Students who passed H.S./ equivalent Examinations before 2019 cannot apply. .

     Cost of Application Form for each subject            :           Rs 400/-

(Rupees Four Hundred only) to be paid online

  1. a) Online application Portal is available at : rkmrc.in

For all types of notification, publication of provisional merit list, publication of waiting list, dates of admission and allied matter, website should be followed meticulously. Institution will not accept any failure in this regard.

 

  1. b) For Enquiry : Email us only at [email protected]

 

Phone calls will not be entertained.

 

  1. Eligibility for filling up Application Forms :

SL

Honours / Core Courses

Year of Passing

Aggregate

**

Subject (s)

1

English

2019 / 2020

65%

English – 75

2

Sanskrit

2019 / 2020

50%

Sanskrit – 45

3

History

2019 / 2020

65%

4

Bengali

2019 / 2020

50%

Bengali – 45

5

Physics

2019 / 2020

70%

Mathematics- 70

6

Chemistry

2019 / 2020

N.A.

English – 75% ; Bengali /Hindi/Any Indian Language (if there is only one language marks, then that marks will be counted)  75% ; Mathematics – 60

7

Mathematics

2019 / 2020

  70% 

Mathematics – 75

8

Statistics

2019 / 2020

70%

Mathematics – 80

9

Computer Science

2019 / 2020

60%

Mathematics – 60

10

Economics

2019 / 2020

60%

Mathematics – 60 ; English. – 60

11

Political Science

2019 / 2020

50%

–        

12

Philosophy

2019 / 2020

50%

–        

**  Aggregate marks shall be calculated by adding the marks of the top-four subjects in order of the marks secured by a candidate. Marks in compulsory Environmental Education/Studies shall not be taken into account for calculation of aggregate marks. However, if the subject “Environmental Science” is studied as an elective subject of 100 marks, it may be taken into account for the purpose of determining the aggregate marks. 

**  5% relaxation in aggregate & subject (where applicable) for SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B candidates.

  1. Issue & Submission of Application Forms (Online only) :
    1. Date : 29 July 2020 (11.00 a.m.) to 31 August 2020 (5.00 p.m.)

     

  1. Students should keep with them Admit Cards as generated from the Portal and the money receipt of the application fees. These may be required at different stages of the admission process and even during the actual time of arrival at the hostel.
  2. The students will be required to upload
    1. recent passport size photograph & Signature (JPG format, < 100 kb).
  3. After the final selection, admission fees will be received online after completing some other procedural requirement which may include counseling over video or audio call. However, regarding all these, there will be a separate notification when the Provisional List of the Selected Candidates will be notified.

 

  1. Important Points to note :
    1. The college is fully residential one and all students will be required to stay on campus-hostels mandatorily. No day-scholar system will be allowed at any point of time. However, given the situation cropped up due to the recent pandemic, the hostel will remain closed even after admission till further notice.
    2. Students will be intimated regarding their arrival at the hostel and allied matters in due course.
    3. Students are further requested to look into the website for different notifications. Students should not expect any personal email intimation from the college authority.
    4. Students should carefully read the rules and regulations that are available on the college web portal and Prospectus. Prospectus will be available on the college web portal.
    5. Students who are unable to pay the online application fees due to their economically weak background are requested to mail to [email protected] with relevant documents as attachment.
    6. Scholarships are granted to financially weak students.

 

  1. Reservation Policy:

        As per the Government regulations.

 

  1. Dates of the Publication of the Provisionally Selected Candidates and Dates

of submission of admission fees :        

Subject

Date and time of Home Assignment

Date of the Publication of the Results of Home Assignment

Date of the Viva Voce

Date of the Publication of the Provisionally Selected Candidates

Dates  of submission of admission fees

 

English

4 September 2020 from 11.30 am to 1 pm

12 September 2020 at 10 pm

16,17 and 18 September 2020 (detailed time etc will be notified later)

21 September 2020 at 10 pm

23 September 2020 – 25 September  2020

 

Bengali

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Sanskrit

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

History

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Political Science

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Philosophy

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Economics

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Physics

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Chemistry

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Mathematics

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Statistics

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

Computer Science

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

8 September 2020 at 10 pm

11 September 2020 – 14 September 2020

 

than one subject(s), finds the examination schedule

  1. General / Generic subject combinations for Honours subjects:

Hons

Chem.

Comp.Sc

Econ.

English

Beng.

History / Philosophy / Pol Sc.

Math.

Physics

Sanskrit

Statistics

    

Physics

Physics

 

Bengali /

Comp Sc

 

Bengali /

Comp Sc

 

 

Physics

  

Pol Sc. /

Electronics

Pol Sc. /

Electronics

Chemistry /

Sanskrit

Physics

Math

Pol Sc /

Electronics

Physics

POOL I

Econ.

Math.

Math.

Phil.

Phil.

Phil.

Pol Sc /

Electronics

 

History / Math

Chem / Sanskrit

I & III Sem

Pol Sc / Electronics

  

Bengali /

Comp Sc

–           

Bengali /

Comp Sc

Chemistry /

Sanskrit

 

Phil.

Econ.

 

Phil.

  

Econ.

Econ.

Physics

Econ.

 

Physics

Pol Sc /

Electronics

 

Statistics

  

History /

Math.

History /

Math.

Statistics

Phil.

 

Econ.

Phil.

 

Comp Sc / Bengali

  

Chemistry /Sanskrit

Chemistry /Sanskrit

Econ.

Statistics

 

Statistics

Comp Sc /

Bengali

    

Phil.

Phil.

Pol Sc /

Electronics

Chemistry /

Sanskrit

Chemistry / Sansk

History / Math.

 

 

Math.

Physics

Physics

Econ.

Econ.

Phil.

Econ.

Econ.

Phil.

 

 

 

Statistics

Chemistry / Sanskrit

Bengali /

Comp Sc

–           

Sanskrit /

Chemistry

Phil.

Pol Sc / Electronics

Bengali /

Comp Sc

Math.

POOL II

 

Electronics

Pol Sc /

Electronics

History /

Math.

History /

Math.

Physics

Statistics

Phil.

Physics

 

II & IV Sem

  

Phil.

Sanskrit /

Chemistry

Sanskrit /

Chemistry

Statistics

Comp Sc /

Bengali

Statistics

Econ.

 

 

  

Statistics

Physics

Physics

Econ.

Pol Sc / Electronics

Comp Sc / Bengali

Statistics

 

 

  

Comp Sc / Bengali

  

Bengali, / Comp Sc

Physics

   

 

 Note : Special Conditions:

  1. Science group: Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics

              Humanities Group: English, Sanskrit, History, Political Science, Philosophy, Bengali

  1. A student with Honours in any one subject of the Humanities group will take any two other generic/general

                              subjects taking at least one from Humanities Group

  • A student with Honours in any one subject of the Science group will take any two other generic/general

                        subjects taking at least one from Science Group

  1. No student should take the same subject from both the pools. Students are also not allowed to take two subjects from one pool.
  2. The following four combinations given below cannot be taken together either as Honours / General (Generic) combinations or as two General (Generic) combinations.
  3. a) History, Mathematics
  4. b) Chemistry, Sanskrit
  5. c) Political Science, Electronics
  6. d) Computer Science, Bengali
  7. Special conditions for admission to the Honours courses:
  8. A) Candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) vocational Examinations conducted by West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education and Training cannot apply.
  1. B) A candidate shall not be allowed to take up Honours in the subject under heading

      A if he has not passed the subject(s) mentioned under the heading B in the HS /

      equivalent examination.

           A                                                    B

      Physics                                   Physics and Mathematics

      Chemistry                               Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics

      Mathematics                           Mathematics

      Statistics                                  Statistics / Mathematics

      Computer Science                  Mathematics

      Economics                              Mathematics/ Business Mathematics

  1. Selection Procedure for English is mentioned below :

 

  1. English :
  2. There will be an online Home Assignment Test of 1 hour 30-minute duration carrying 50 marks. Candidates will be required to attempt two questions, each carrying 25 marks.
  3. While filling up the online application form, candidates must provide their email id and phone number (preferably a WhatsApp number).
  4. The college will send the Home Assignment to the email id provided by the candidates.
  5. Candidates should mention their name, application number, name of the +2 Board from which passed, marks secured in English in +2 and phone number at the top of the blank paper where they will write out the Assignment answers.
  6. The answers must be written in the candidates’ own hand writing (preferably in black ink) which may be verified at any later stage after the pandemic situation gets over.
  7. The candidates should also mention on their answer script the precise time when they have received the Home Assignment mail and the precise time they have completed their writing. This span shall be limited to 1 hour and 30 minutes with a maximum buffer time of 15 minutes.
  8. The Home Assignment Test will be held on 4 September 2020 from 11.30 am to 1 pm. The college will try to send the topic/question through email by 11.25 am on 4 September.
  9. The actual time count of 1 hour and 30 minutes with a maximum buffer time of 15 minutes, under all possible circumstances, will start from 11.30 am.
  10. If a candidate does not receive the Home Assignment by 11.45 am, he must report to [email protected] by sending a mail or contact the college at the number 9163449776. For such a type of delay candidates will not be discredited.
  11. However, after 11.45 am no request of time-accommodation will be entertained and the candidate will be marked absent.
  12. After writing the answer scripts, candidates shall send the scanned copy of the answer script in one single legible .pdf format to the email id [email protected] within 1 hour and 30 minutes with a maximum buffer time of 15 minutes.
  13. If a candidate fails to send the copy within this time limit, he will be marked absent in the Test.
  14. Any technical issue related to sending the answer script should be informed within this time limit.
  15. After the Home Assignment Test there will be a short-listing of the candidates eligible for the next level of the admission process.
  16. This short-listing will be done based on

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 20)

                                    +

Marks obtained in Home Assignment Test (50)

                                    = Total 70

  1. The short-listed candidates will be required to attend a vive voce through video call/audio call/WhatsApp call to be organized by the college.
  2. Final Selection will be done based on

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 20)

                                    +

Marks obtained in Home Assignment Test (50)

                                    +

Marks obtained in Viva Voce (30)

                                    = Total 100

  1. If there arises a tie among the final short-listed candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial:
    1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in Viva Voce
    2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in Home Assignment
    3. 3rd key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, the college authorities will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

  1. Provisional Selection List will be prepared for the following subjects

based on the parameters as mentioned below. No separate written test of any form or viva voce will be held for these subjects.  :

 

  1. Physics :

Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination (100)                                  +

Marks obtained in Physical Science in case of Madhyamik Examination and equivalent (100) / Marks obtained in Science in case of Class X level board examinations where there is no separate Physical Science Marks are shown (100)     +

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (converted to 200)

                                    = Total 400

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

If there arises a tie among the final short-listed candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial:

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in Physical Science in case of Madhyamik Examination and equivalent / Marks obtained in Science in case of Class X level board examinations where there is no separate Physical Science Marks are shown
  3. 3rd key : Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

  1. Chemistry :

Marks obtained in Physical Science+Life Science in case of Madhyamik Examination or equivalent (converted to 100) / Marks obtained in Science in case of Class X level board examinations where there is no separate Physical Science or Life Science Marks are shown (100)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (100)

                                    = Total 200

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in Physical Science+Life Science in case of Madhyamik Examination or equivalent / Marks obtained in Science in case of Class X level board examinations where there is no separate Physical Science or Life Science Marks are shown

After the 2nd  key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Mathematics :

Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination (100)                                  +

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (converted to 250)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 50)

                                    = Total 400

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination
  3. 3rd key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Statistics :

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (converted to 250)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 50)

                                    +

Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination (100)                     

                                    +

Marks obtained in Physical Science / Science in Madhyamik or equivalent examination (100)  

                                    = Total 500

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in Mathematics in Madhyamik or equivalent examination
  3. 3rd Key : Marks obtained in Physical Science / Science in Madhyamik or equivalent examination
  4. 4th key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 50)

After the 4th  key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Computer Science :

Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2 (converted to 30)                                                                   +

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (converted to 50)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 20)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2
  3. 3rd key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

  1. Economics :

Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2 (100)                                                                              +

Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics (100)

                                     = Total 200

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Mathematics
  2. 2nd Key : Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2

After the 2nd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. History :

Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2 (converted to 70)                                                       +

Total Marks obtained in 10+2 English+Bengali/Hindi/Any Indian Language (if there is only one language marks, then that marks will be counted)  (converted to 30)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Total Marks obtained in 10+2 English+Bengali/Hindi/Any Indian Language
  2. 2nd Key : Aggregate Percentage of Marks obtained in 10+2

After the 2nd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

 

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Sanskrit :

Marks obtained in 10+2 Sanskrit (converted to 60)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate (converted to 40)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Sanskrit
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate

After the 2nd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Bengali :

Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali (converted to 50)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate (converted to 30)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 20)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate
  3. 3rd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

  1. Political Science :

Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali (converted to 30)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate (converted to 40)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 30)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate
  3. 3rd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

  1. Philosophy :

Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali (converted to 30)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate (converted to 40)

                                    +

Marks obtained in 10+2 English (converted to 30)

                                    = Total 100

If there arises a tie in the final shortlisted candidates, the tie-breaking will be done based on the following serial :

  1. 1st Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 Bengali
  2. 2nd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 aggregate
  3. 3rd Key : Marks obtained in 10+2 English

After the 3rd key if the tie remains, authority will decide upon the method of breaking the tie.

There will be no separate written test or viva voce examination in this subject.

 

 

 

  1. Important Note:

Please note that if any candidate fails to fulfil the eligibility criteria as mentioned in our admission notice his candidature will automatically stand cancelled as soon as it is detected at any stage of the admission process of even after the classes begin.