Jadavpur University WBJEE

College

Jadavpur University

  Approved By:  AICTE

  Type :  Govt

  Entry Exam :  WBJEE

Address : Kolkata. Kolkata, West Bengal, India , 700098

To trace the history of Jadavpur University is to trace a part of India’s freedom movement, at least from the Swadeshi Movement onwards. It was 1905 -1906 Bengal stood divided. The times were feverish. The hegemony of the British establishment had to be challenged. Education had to play a new role in this changed scenario. It had to become a new form of resistance through which the emergent nationalist spirit could be propagated. With this in mind the National Council of Education (NCE) came into being. Its primary aim was to impart education - literary, scientific and technical on national lines exclusively under national control. To achieve self-reliance, through education. The foundation of the NCE was made possible by the munificence - scholarly as well as monetary - of the likes of Raja Subodh Chandra Mallik , Brajendra Kishore Roychowdhury of Gouripur as well as Sir Rash Behari Ghosh (first President of NCE), poet Rabindranath Tagore and Sri Aurobindo Ghosh. In 1910 the Society for the Promotion of Technical Education in Bengal which looked after Bengal Technical Institute (which later became College of Engineering and Technology, Bengal) was amalgamated to NCE. NCE henceforth looked after the College of Engineering and Technology, Bengal which by 1940 was virtually functioning as a University. After Independence, the Government of West Bengal, with the concurrence of the Govt. of India, enacted the necessary legislation to establish Jadavpur University on the 24th of December 1955. Now Jadavpur University has successfully established itself as a foremost Indian University with a vast repertoire of courses offered, an enviable list of faculty members and has come to be known for its commitment towards advanced study and research.

Engineering ( UG )

B.Tech (4 Year)

Stream Name Mode Fee (P.A.)
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Full Time
Food Technology Full Time
Biochemical Engineering Full Time

Sciences ( UG )

B.Sc. (3 years)

Stream Name Mode Fee (P.A.)
Physics Full Time
Chemistry Full Time
Mathematics Full Time

Arts and Humanities ( UG )

B.A. (3 years)

Stream Name Mode Fee (P.A.)
Economics Full Time
English Full Time

Education ( UG )

B.Ed. (2 years)

Stream Name Mode Fee (P.A.)
English Full Time

Architecture and Planning ( UG )

B.Arch. (5 years)

Stream Name Mode Fee (P.A.)
Landscape Architecture Full Time

Admission to Jadavpur University, though extremely competitive, is through a completely transparent and student-friendly process, from application to publication of admission test results; details are available to anyone who inquires. The process is reviewed annually and improvements implemented (e.g. making applications to all courses at the Faculty of Arts online) on a regular basis. Students from backward and disadvantaged sections of society, especially those from remote rural areas, are encouraged to apply and there are many schemes and programmes for such students.    All new students are made aware of the university's origins (as the patriotic and anti-imperial National Council of Education, Bengal, in the early 20th century), its heritage, mission and vision. They are briefed about facilities available for them (e.g. library and medical facilities, counselling services, special services for differently-abled students); the university's zero-tolerance policy with regard to ragging and sexual harassment, among others. All students are expected to abide by the values that Jadavpur University stands for, including devotion to the truth, the practice of virtue, selflessness and duty to others, and to take these as the guiding principles of their lives.    Students are encouraged to take an active part in curriculum development, not only through their formal feedback on teachers, course content and infrastructural facilities, but also through debate and discussion at the department-specific student-teacher committees; student representatives at various statutory bodies are provided a platform to make the student community's views known and to contribute to planning for the future. Back To Top Student Enrolment and Profile Admission announcements are made in major newspapers; media houses also announce Jadavpur University's admission dates/policies. Jadavpur University ensures transparency at all stages of the admission process, from applications and the conducting of admission tests to the publication of results by making details available to anyone who wants to know them. No complaints regarding lack of transparency have been received from candidates so far. Back To Top Process of Admission UG Admission Admission to undergraduate programmes in the FET is through the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, conducted by an independent body, followed by counselling. For admission to the undergraduate programmes in the Faculty of Arts, a combination of merit (i.e. results at the +2 level) and entrance test is used. Departments have autonomy to decide upon admission criteria. In the Faculty of Science, admission at the undergraduate level is based on merit. PG Admission In the FET, GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) results and scholarships become important for admission; in addition, students sponsored by industry as well as self-sponsored students are admitted. For GATE applicants, their GATE score is given a 70% weightage, while for the others their BE or BTech scores receive 50% weightage; the balance percentage is determined through tests, with 10% weightage being given to experience in industry for students sponsored by industry. In the Faculty of Science, admission to postgraduate programmes is on the basis of merit (BSc results) with entrance test, conducted by individual departments. In the Faculty of Arts, the BA (Honours) results and admission tests conducted by individual departments determine admission. Back To Top Rules & Regulations for Ph.D. Admission UGC Ph.D / M.Phil Regulation - 2016 Ph.D. Registration Personal Information Form Research oriented course for Phd : Department-Geological Sciences PRE-SUB. SEMINAR [Faculty of Arts] EXTENSION of registration [Faculty of Arts] CHANGE OF THESIS TITLE (Only for Old regulation) [Faculty of Arts] Half yearly progress report [Faculty of Arts] Proforma for Panel of Examiners for adjudicating the Ph.D Thesis (Faculty of Engg. & Tech.) - [Pdf Format] Proforma for Panel of Examiners for adjudicating the Ph.D Thesis (Faculty of Engg. & Tech.) - [Docx Format] Notice - UGC NON-NET Fellowship Scheme (Ref.No REC/N/120/15 Dated: 30/04/2015) Ph. D. Clearance Form (FET) Ph. D. Regulation (New) Form : PhD Application Form : PhD Application (doc) Form: Assignment of Supervisors Form: Pre Submission Seminar - Recommendation of DRC Form: for panel of examiners of thesis under the Faculty of Arts Format for Examiners List (Arts) Notice - UGC NON-NET Fellows/Scholars (Ref. No REC/N/385 /13 Dated: 18/12/2013) Addendum to Ph.D. (Arts) Regulation Ph. D. Registration : Notification Gazette notification (Mphil- PhD) - UGC Revised Ph.D. Regulation ( Faculty of Engg. & Tech.) UGC NONâ€ÂNET Fellowship for Ph. D. Scholar (DECLARATION AND UNDERTAKING) NOTICE (UGC & State Cell) UGC Non-NET Fellowship for PhD and MPhil Scholars under UGC XII Plan General Development Assistance vide UGC D.O. No. F.87-1-2012(SU) dated 24th June 2013 Inter University Centres established by UGC as field station of all universities and the pre phd. Courses Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies, Law & Management-The following candidates have been provisionally selected for admission to Ph.D Programme.

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