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Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020: Merit List (Released), Selection, Admission Procedure

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Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020 Merit List has been released on 26th August 2020 for UG Courses. Sanskrit College and University provide admission to the various Undergraduates and Post Graduate programs for the school year 2020.

The application form will be released on the official site. Candidates requested to check on the eligibility criteria before filling out the application form.

Candidates can check the complete information of Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020 such as an application process, eligibility criteria, and additional information through this page below. Candidates can populate their Application Form for various UG and PG courses through the official website.

Sanskrit College and University 2020 Notification – Merit List Released

New Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020 Merit List has been released on 26th August 2020 for UG Courses. Click Here to Check List.

Sanskrit College and University 2020 Important Dates

Latest Applications For Various UG & PG Courses Open 2020:

    1. Manav Rachna University, Haryana – 2020 UG & PG Admission Open. Apply Now
    2. Bennett University (Times Group), Admission Open for 2020. Apply Now
    3. LPU, Punjab Admissions 2020 Open | Secure Your Admission Online‎. Apply Now
    4. Chandigarh University, Punjab 2020 Admission Open for all Courses. Apply Now
    5. Sharda University, Admission Open 2020, Few Days left. Apply Now
    6. MIT World Peace University, Admissions Open for All Courses 2019-20. Apply Now
    7. St. Andrew’s Institute of Technology and Management, Admission open 2020. Apply Now
    8. GD Goenka, Admission Open for UG & PG Courses. Apply Now

Candidates must check the Sanskrit College and University 2020 Important Dates

For UG

Event Date (Announced)
Availability of Application Form (Started) 10th August 2020
Last Date of Submission of Application 24th August 2020
Publication of Merit List (Released) 26th August 2020
Admission Start on 27th to 31st August 2020

For PG

Events Dates (Expected)
Opening of Online Application Last week of Jun 2020
Opening of Payment Gateway Last week of Jun 2020
Closing Of Online Application The first week of Jul 2020
Closing of Payment Gateway The first week of Jul 2020
Publication of First Provisional Merit List The first week of Jul 2020
Online Admission The first week of Jul 2020
Second provisional Merit list (if required) The second week of Jul 202

Sanskrit College and University 2020 Application Form

Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020 Application Form has been Released on 10th August 2020 for UG Courses.

All applications will be received online through a University website.

Sanskrit College and University Admission 2020 Application Form can be filled till 24th August 2020 for UG Courses. The Candidate will complete the application form online and upload all documents required.

Once this process is complete, the candidate will be redirected to a payment gantry.

After successful payment of the fees (Application Fees: Rs 100/-), the candidate can complete the online submission process. After payment is successful, a pdf is created and the student can download the pdf for future reference.

Number of Seats for Undergraduate Courses

Subjects GEN SC ST OBC A OBC B Physically Challenged Total
seats
Sanskrit 35 13 4 4 2 2 60
Linguistics 11 4 1 2 1 1 20
Pali 7 3 1 2 1 1 15
Ancient Indian and World History 16 6 2 3 2 1 30
Philosophy 23 9 3 2 2 1 40
Bengali 23 9 3 2 2 1 40
English 23 9 3 2 2 1 40
T.O.L.
(in each Specialization i.e, Advaita- Vedanta, Panini Vyakarana, Sahitya)
15 5 2 1 1 1 25

Number of Seats for postgraduate courses

Subject Gen SC ST OBC A OBC B Physically Challenged Total Seats
Sanskrit 35 13 4 4 2 2 60
Bengali 23 9 3 2 2 1 40
English 23 9 3 2 2 1 40
Philosophy 16 6 2 3 2 1 30
Ancient Indian and World History 16 6 2 3 2 1 30
Linguistics 16 6 2 3 2 1 30
Advaita Vedanta/ Panini Vyakarn/ Sahitya [TOL] 16 6 2 3 2 1 30

Reservation Details

  • Reservation Details relating to the undergraduates
  • For SC and ST – 22% and 6% respectively of the total seats of the worried about the subject.
  • For people with Disability: Reservation of 3% seats available for PWD within each respective category (SC/ST, OBC-A, OBC-B / unreserved) of the concerned subject.
  • For OBC-A/OBC-B: Percentage of seats for these categories have been fixed as per government rules.
  • Reservation Detail for postgraduates
  • For SC and ST – 22% and 6% respectively of the aggregate seats of the concerned subject.
  • For Persons with Disability: Reservation of 3% seats for PWD inside each respective category (SC/ST, OBC-A, OBC- B/unreserved) of the worried about the subject.
  • For OBC-A/OBC-B: Percentage of seats in these categories has been fixed as per government rules.

Sanskrit College and University 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must check the Sanskrit College and University 2020 Eligibility Criteria

For UG Programmes

Students who qualify Higher Secondary or their equivalent (in the 10+2 system) are eligible to apply for membership courses, subject to their satisfying of the eligibility criteria as given below:

The total number of seats under various categories and the minimum criteria for the eligibility (cut-off percentage) for applying for admission to various Honours courses administered as under. (Aggregate is to be calculated based on the best four electives at Higher Secondary or equivalent)

Subjects Eligibility
Sanskrit 60% in Aggregate,
60% in Sanskrit
Linguistics 50% in Aggregate
Pali 45% in Aggregate
AIWH 50% in Aggregate
Philosophy 45% in Aggregate
Bengali 60% in Aggregate,
60% in Bengali
English 60% in Aggregate,
70% in English
T.O.L (in each specialization) 45% in Aggregate,
45% in Sanskrit

All students wishing to take admission within the Under-graduate Honours Degree course in different subjects and fulfilling the national minimum eligibility criteria as discussed above. above will go through a process of screening (which may involve written test), the modalities of which will be defined by individual departments.

For PG Programmes

Criteria for eligibility admission to PG courses in the different subjects included below:

Course Eligibility Criteria

(General Category)

Eligibility Criteria (Reserved Category)
Two Years (Four Semesters) M.A in Sanskrit under Faculty of Arts 45% In Honours In Sanskrit From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two Years (Four Semesters) M.A in Bengali under Faculty of Arts 45% In Honours In Bengali From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two Years (Four Semesters) M.A in English under the Faculty of Arts 45% In Honours In English From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two Years (Four Semesters) M.A in Philosophy under Faculty of Arts 45% In Honours In Philosophy From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two Years (Four Semesters) M.A in Ancient Indian and World History under Faculty of Arts 45% In Honours In Ancient Indian and World History/ History From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two Year (Four Semesters) M.A in Linguistics 45% In Honours In any subject From Any Recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two years (Four Semesters) Acharya in Advaita Vedanta Under Traditional Oriental Learning 40% in Honours in Sanskrit  from any recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two years (Four Semesters) Acharya in Panini Vyakaran Under Traditional Oriental Learning 40% in Honours in Sanskrit  from any recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided,  the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)
Two years (Four Semesters) Acharya in Sahitya Under Traditional Oriental Learning 40% in Honours in Sanskrit  from any recognized University Relaxation of the minimum eligibility criteria (cut-off percentage) by 10%. (Provided the candidate should achieve the qualifying marks in their respective honors subject)

Sanskrit College and University 2020 Admissions Process

Latest Applications For Various UG & PG Courses Open 2020:

    1. Manav Rachna University, Haryana – 2020 UG & PG Admission Open. Apply Now
    2. Bennett University (Times Group), Admission Open for 2020. Apply Now
    3. LPU, Punjab Admissions 2020 Open | Secure Your Admission Online‎. Apply Now
    4. Chandigarh University, Punjab 2020 Admission Open for all Courses. Apply Now
    5. Sharda University, Admission Open 2020, Few Days left. Apply Now
    6. MIT World Peace University, Admissions Open for All Courses 2019-20. Apply Now
    7. St. Andrew’s Institute of Technology and Management, Admission open 2020. Apply Now
    8. GD Goenka, Admission Open for UG & PG Courses. Apply Now

Admission will be done on merit-based. A candidate admitted to Under-graduate Honours / Shastri Degree course shall register himself/ herself as a full-time student of The Sanskrit College and University.

All Under-graduate Honours / Shastri Degree courses will follow the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). A student registered for the Under-graduate Honours / Shastri Degree course in a particular subject shall not be permitted to seek admission to and pursue concurrently any other equivalent or higher degree course in this university or elsewhere.

A student shall be deemed to have pursued a regular course of study in a subject provided he/ she has an attendance of at least 75 percent in-class lecturesTaking part in field trips/ educational tours, undertaking projects, participating in the department organized seminars, etc. will be treated mandatory.

A student will only be allowed to write the end-semester examination if his/her total attendance percentage for that semester is 75% and above. The attendance of a candidate shall be counted from the date on which the respective classes begin (to be notified by the respective departments), or from the date on which he/ she is admitted, whichever is later.

A candidate with attendance between 65% to 74% will be declared ‘absentee’. Such a candidate may be permitted to write his/her end semester examination after being allowed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Head of the Department in writing and after having paid the appropriate ‘absentee’ fees.

The University shall have the power to condone a deficiency in attendance, as per the instructions given by the competent authorities. A student debarred from writing the end-semester examination due to insufficient attendance may be allowed to take re-admission for the same semester only in the next year.

The syllabus as presented along with the Regulation shall be changed if so required by the University from time to time

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