Show Interest Window Open from 18.10.2020 to 20.10.2020 (02:00 PM)

How to complete the "Show Interest" procedure:

Step 1: Log in to your dashboard by entering mobile number and date of birth.
Step 2: Click on "Show Interest" button.
Step 3: For each course you are interested in, click the "I am Intersted" button corresponding to it.

"Get Admission" and "Show Interest" buttons:

After log in, a candidate should see 2 separate buttons. One says "Get Admission" while the other says "Show Interest".
Those candidates who have secured positions in Merit Lists and want to get admitted, should click on "Get Admission" button.
Those candidates who simply want to register their interests in admission for next round, should click on "Show Interest" button.

Online admission at S. A. Jaipuria College is being held strictly according to merit. A considerable number of seats are still lying vacant in a few subjects after publication of 6 merit lists. To speed up the admission process and to fill up those seats for students’ benefit, excess names will be published from Admission Merit List No. 7. Any excess names (sorted on the basis of merit) over the seat capacity will be considered as ‘waiting’ (to be confirmed as per merit against the next available vacancy) and will be informed through website notice after completion of the corresponding merit list admission. No claim can be made later in this regard as the seat capacity will be strictly maintained as per norms of Calcutta University.
In case of a technical problem for payment of admission fee by an eligible applicant, it should be reported in written electronically (to admission helpline email) with proper documentation within half-an-hour from the scheduled deadline for proper step/solution.

Your application/admission may summarily be rejected, at any stage, for any mismatch, particularly in case of:
(i)10+2 Subject Name (ii)Marks Obtained / Full Marks (iii)Gender (iv)Reservation Category (iv)10+2 Board information

*Merit list prepared on the basis of merit formula. In case of a tie, it will be sorted out further according to
(i) marks in honours/allied subject (ii) aggregate[best4] (iii) marks in English (iv) application date & time, respectively.

If a candidate does not take admission from a published merit list within scheduled deadline for that particular list, he/she will not be considered further for admission and no claim shall be entertained in this regard.
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Notice for the newly admitted students (session 2020-21)

Relevant part of Gazette Notification of Government of West Bengal [THE KOLKATA GAZETTE, EXTRAORDINARY, January 3, 2014 bearing no. WB(Part-I)/2014/SAR-6] in respect of reservation policy

“ … … … 6. (1) For filling up of the seats for admission in a particular academic session, as fixed in terms of sub rule(2) of rule(4) the following procedure shall be followed :

(a) a general merit list based exclusively on merit as reflected in the results of the relevant examination or selection test irrespective of castes, tribes or classes shall be prepared separately for each course, stream or subject in each Higher Educational Institution to fill up the unreserved seats. Separate merit lists of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Class, Category'A' and the Other Backward Class, Category 'B' candidates shall be prepared for each course/stream/subject in each higher educational institution to fill up the seats reserved for these respective categories. The Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, the Other Backward Class, Category -A and the Other Backward Class, Category -B candidates who have been placed in the general merit list to fill up unreserved seats shall not be taken into account in the reserved list for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, the Other Backward Class, Category-A and the Other Backward Class, Category-B candidates, as the case may be;

(b) simultaneously, the SC/ST/OBC candidates who have found place in the general merit list on the basis of their merit shall also be placed in the list of reserved seats for SC/ST/OBC as per their inter se merit and be asked to exercise their option on whether they would like to be place in the general merit list or the separate merit list for reserved candidates of SC/ST/OBC. Admission would be made as per the option exercised by the candidates. The option once exercised shall not be altered under any circumstances;

(c) for admission to different courses, an SC or ST candidate getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 25% of the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In case of OBC-A and OBC-B the candidates getting admission should have obtained in the previous examination, qualifying marks not lower by more than 10% from the marks obtained by the last candidate of the general category. In any case, if a candidate obtains marks lower than the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the University / Appropriate Authority for admission to the relevant course, he will not be eligible for admission; … … …”