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Admission to MSc Physics Programme 2020

List of applicants selected for admission

 

Instructions for taking admission for selected candidates:

Last date for taking admission: 19th September 2020 (within 4 PM)

Online admission process will start immediately and continue up to 19th September 2020 (up to 4 PM). Selected candidates should get admitted by paying the requisite fees.

Pay the admission fee online : Those getting admitted will have to pay the admission fee in the online mode. Link to pay online is given on the Application Status page in the Online Application Portal (click to go to portal). Once you make online payment, Fee receipt will be available in the same page for download.
Note: A Convenience fee of about 1.2% will be charged extra as online payment charges.

The last date of provisional admission, namely, 19th September 2020 (within 4 PM) for paying the above requisite fees through the online Portal will be strictly adhered to. Candidates failing to take admission by this deadline will forfeit their admission automatically and thus lose their chance of getting admitted. The vacant seat will then be allotted to the candidates in the Waiting List in order of merit.

For Candidates in the Waiting list : In case of any vacancy, candidates in the Waiting list will be informed according to the merit in the Waiting List on 21st September 2020 from 10.30 AM onward.

Candidates in the Waiting List should be alert on 21st September 2020 and will be informed (by email or phone) if they are selected for admission. They should be ready with their decision on whether they would take the admission or not. If they are interested in taking admission, they should do so by paying the requisite fees preferably within the same day, but certainly not later than 22nd September 2020 (within 1 PM), failing which the seat will be allotted to the next candidate in the Waiting List in order of merit.

Documents to be submitted at the time of online admission :

  • Admission-cum-Registration form (filled)
  • Certificate and Marksheet of Madhyamik examination (Class 10) and Higher Secondary examination (Class 12/plus two/ equivalent) ;
  • Marksheet of B.Sc. final examination (or up to the exam held so far for those who have not yet received the results of the final exam. Final marksheet should be submitted as soon as the results are out);
  • SC/ST/OBC certificate (if applicable);
  • Migration Certificate (if immediately available, or later when available);
  • Medical fitness certificate from a registered medical practitioner (if immediately available, or later when the face-to-face real mode of classes begin);
  • Copy of Aadhaar card

Download the Admission-cum-Registration form, duly fill it and sign it, scan it and email it to admission office () along with the soft-copies of all the applicable documents/certificates mentioned.
Note: Remember to mention your name, Application No. and the `programme applied for’ in the email. Subject line of the email should be : Admission for MSc in Physics – 2020-21
Submission of all applicable documents/certificates along with admission fee payment should be completed by 19th September 2020 (within 4 PM)

Candidates should bring all these certificates in original for verification whenever circumstances become favourable for their attending classes in the face-to-face (conventional) mode. Until then their admission will be considered provisional only. Students must show that they have secured 60% or more (in honours subjects) in their undergraduate studies after the final exam results are out. There is a relaxation of 5% for SC/ST candidates.

Classes are scheduled to begin in the online mode from 28 September 2020 (Monday) and continue online till the circumstances become favourable for face-to-face (conventional) mode of classes. Admitted students will be given all necessary instructions before the beginning of the classes by the Department.

Students are expected to attend online classes from the very first day and those failing to attend classes during the first three days without prior permission will run the risk of cancellation of their admission.



Applications are closed for Academic Year 2020-21

  1. Eligibility Criteria
  2. Fee Structure
  3. Hostel Facilities
  4. General Instructions

Eligibility

Students who will be completing BSc with Honours/Major in Physics during the current academic year or who have completed such courses during the previous year, with at least 60% marks in the Honours/Major Subject (taking into consideration the marks obtained in the examinations conducted so far), from any university approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC) are eligible to apply. SC/ST candidates will enjoy a 5% concession in the minimum eligibility of marks.

Fee Structure

Fees structure is given on the page: Academic Fees Structure (Lab based)

Scholarships are available to poor and meritorious students, who are economically backward and who find it difficult to pay the fees mentioned herein, on production of documentary proof of their economic condition. Such students, if selected for admission, may approach RKMVERI authorities to avail of scholarship benefits.

Hostel Facilities

A limited number of hostel facilities are available to students who are serious and willing to abide by hostel discipline. A rather rigorous procedure shall be followed for selection of students with the involvement of the parents in the process for better coordination.

The fee structure is as given in : RKMVERI Belur Campus Hostel Fees

Those selected for the hostel will be informed separately.

Contact us

All queries may be sent to our email-id:

 Some General Instructions to the prospective student

  1. Attendance in all classes, both practical and theoretical, is compulsory. While we expect you to have 100% attendance, in the case of illness or any other unavoidable circumstances, you must inform the Departmental Head, Dr. Abhijit Bandyopadhyay and obtain permission. For hostelers, minimum attendance of 85% is compulsory, while for day scholars, a minimum of 75% attendance is compulsory.
  2. Apart from regular classes every day, assignments and problem sheets will be a regular feature. You will have to complete these assignments in time and submit them to the teachers concerned.
  3. If you are absent for classes during the first three days of start of classes without permission, then your admission will be cancelled.
  4. Classes on value education based on Swami Vivekananda’s teaching (one hour in a week) will be compulsory for all students in order to inspire them with higher ideals and acquirement of human values including concern for the marginalized and the downtrodden as well as feeling for our country’s rejuvenation and uplift.
  5. Regular periodical unit tests and examinations will keep you intensely busy. Remember that large portions of the syllabus need to be completed within a short time. Form the habit of regular self-study several hours in a day.
  6. Remember that you are entering the portals of a University and into a postgraduate course. There will be no one to spoon-feed you. You should form the habit of studying books on your own and bring to the notice of the teachers the problems you might face.
  7. We would expect you to come decently dressed that would display your seriousness of intent. Casual dress that one uses for non-serious purposes is not allowed. We do expect you to honour the above instruction on the dress code and attend the classes only in a serious dress.
  8. Misuse of laptop, computers and mobile phones hampers the seriousness of study. So beware of this ubiquitous danger.
  9. Smoking inside the campus and in the hostel is strictly forbidden by law. Please do not compel us to enforce punitive measures for violation in this regard.
  10. You shall have to sign an undertaking to state that you shall rigorously follow all the rules and regulations in letter and spirit. This undertaking shall be countersigned by your parent/guardian.