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BHASHA BHAVANA

BA

A. Instruction to the candidates for B.A. (Honours) courses (Code: BA) in different core/major subjects of Bhasha-Bhavana (Code: 01)
Candidates can apply in a single form for all core/major subjects from any of the 2 groups of core /major subjects stated below, by mentioning the chosen subjects in order of their preferences, which will be subject to conformity with the relevant eligibility criteria. Separate application forms will be 20 required for subjects belonging to different papers as stated below and there will be separate  all-India admission tests for each of the following papers of core/major subjects.


Bhasha-Bhavana (Code: 01, Course –B.A. (Hons.) (Code: BA)
Paper I (Foreign Languages) – Chinese, Japanese, Tibetan and Persian.
Paper II (Indian Languages including English) – Bengali, English, Hindi, Odia, Sanskrit and Santali


Note: For BA (Honours) in Japanese, separate Admission Test will be conducted at Santiniketan immediately after the all-India Admission Test is over with notification of dates in the university website.


B. Eligibility Criteria for admission to Under-Graduate Courses [B.A. (Hons.) and B.A. Hindi (Vocational)] (Code: BA) through admission tests
A) General and OBC Candidates: Passed Higher Secondary Examination under 10+2 pattern or its equivalent, subject to fulfillment of the requirements regarding subject combinations and marks in respect of the Department concerned as shown in the table below.
B) SC/ST/PH Candidates: Passed Higher Secondary Examination under 10+2 pattern or its equivalent, subject to fulfillment of the requirement regarding subject combinations of the department concerned.

Reporting time: Candidates should report at the venue of the admission test at least one and half hour before commencement of the admission test. Admit Cards can be downloaded from the university web site which will give location of the test centre.


C. Modalities for preparing Merit Lists for admission to B.A. (Hons.) courses through admission tests under Bhasha-Bhavana (Code: 01)


Marks secured in the relevant written admission test only, out of …. 100
*The qualifying marks in admission test shall be 30% for general candidates and 27% for OBC which may not be applicable in case of SC/ST candidates.
*The date of announcement of the results of Admission Test of B.A. (Hons.) will be notified in the university website.
Note: For calculation of percentage of aggregate marks, total marks secured by a candidate in all subjects offered at 10 + 2 level and as shown in the mark sheets, will be considered.
D. Subjects offered subsidiary:
B.A. (Hons.) students will be required to study the following subjects with their Hons. Subject:
1) Two Language Subjects: (i) General English (ii) General Bengali/ Alternative Bengali/Alternative English/Alternative Hindi/ Alternative Odia.
2) One Compulsory Foundation Course / Paper on Tagore Studies of 100 marks.
3) One Compulsory Foundation Course/ Paper on Environmental Studies of 100 marks
4) Two subsidiary/Allied subjects:
(a) Any one from group –A: Education/ Political Science/Philosophy/Economics/Mathematics/ Hindi
(b) Any one from group –B: History/ AIHC&A/Statistics/ Sanskrit/ Bengali/ Comparative literature/ Arabic

General criteria for admission to B.A. (Hons.) courses (Code: BA) for internal candidates
and staff ward (external) through admission test

An internal or staff ward candidate of the current year securing at least 45% marks in aggregate at
the +2 level, subject to fulfillment of departmental requirements regarding subject combinations, is
eligible to apply. The date, time and venue of the admission tests will be the same as those for the
external candidates (General and OBC).

SUBJECT
CODE
DURATION
 
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
DATE AND TIME OF ADMISSION DATE (TENTITIVE)
FOR GENERAL CANDIDATES FOR OBC CANDIDATES  
 
 13.05.2012
 
 
 
Chinese (4-year
B.A.(Hons)
101
4
55% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in English at the
+2 level.
49.5% marks in aggregate and - 54% marks in English at the +2
level.
Japanese (Hons.) 102
3
50% marks in aggregate, 50% in General English and 60%
in Japanese at the +2 level.
45% marks in aggregate, 45% in
General English and 54% in
Japanese at the +2 level.
Japanese (Prep.)
followed by Honours
103
4
50% marks in aggregate and 45% in General English at the
+2 level.
45% marks in aggregate and 40.5% in General English at the
+2 level.
Tibetan (Hons.) 104
3
55% marks in aggregate and English, and one paper in
Tibetan of at least 100 marks at the +2 level.
49.5% marks in aggregate and English, and one paper in
Tibetan of at least 100 marks at the +2 level.
Tibetan (Prep.)
followed by Honours
105
4
55% marks in aggregate and English at the +2 level. 49.5% marks in aggregate and English at the +2 level.
Bengali 106
3
60% marks in aggregate and 55% marks in Bengali
(General/Elective) at + 2 level
54% marks in aggregate and - 49.5% marks in Bengali
(General/Elective) at + 2 level
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
13.05.2012
English 107
3
75% marks in aggregate & 75% marks in General English
at the +2 level.
67.5% marks in aggregate & 67.5% marks in General English
at the +2 level.
Hindi 108
3
45% marks in aggregate and 45% marks in Hindi (full
paper 100 marks) at the +2 level.
40.5% marks in aggregate and 40.5% marks in Hindi (full paper
100 marks) at the +2 level.
Hindi (Vocational)
Not an Honours
Course
109
3
45% marks in aggregate and 45% marks in Hindi (full
paper 100 marks) with English at the +2 level.
40.5% marks in aggregate and 40.5% marks in Hindi (full paper
100 marks) with English at the +2 level.
Odia 110
3
45% marks in aggregate and 45% in Odia
(optional/elective) or MIL, (Odia) at +2 level.
40.5% marks in aggregate and 40.5% in Odia (optional/elective) or MIL, (Odia) at +2 level.
Persian (Hons.) 111
3
45% marks in aggregate & Persian at the +2 level. 40.5% marks in aggregate & Persian at the +2 level.
Persian (Pre.)
followed by Honours
112
4
45% marks in aggregate at the +2 level. 40.5% marks in aggregate at the +2 level.
Sanskrit 113
3
60% marks in aggregate and 60% in Sanskrit at +2 level or
60% marks in aggregate at +2 level with Diploma in Sanskrit
having 60% marks.
54% marks in aggregate and 54% in Sanskrit at +2 level or 54% marks in aggregate at +2 level with Diploma in Sanskri having 54% marks.
Santali 114
3
55% Marks in aggregate at +2 level and 50% Marks in any
Indian Language.
49.5% Marks in aggregate at +2 level and 45% Marks in any Indian Language.