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The College strictly follows the reservation policy of the Government of West Bengal and Government of India to ensure the access for the students of SC and ST community. 22% and 6% seats are reserved for candidates of SC and ST community, respectively, at both the UG and PG level. There is also some relaxation in the cut-off marks for admission. The minimum marks a student belonging to this category should get to become eligible is 25% below the marks obtained by the last candidate of the unreserved category. After admission, scholarships are provided to SC/ST students by the state Government.
Reservation policy for the candidates of OBC category for admission to Higher Education Institutes has been introduced by Government of West Bengal from the academic session 2014-15. As per Government policy 10% and 7% seats have to be kept reserved for OBC-A and OBC-B category, respectively without reducing the seats of General category students. The overall reservation of 10% and 7% for OB -A students and OBC-B. For implementing this reservation policy of the Government of West Bengal the number of total seats in undergraduate course was enhanced by 21 in 2014-15 and 22 in 2015-16 respectively. The remaining reserved seats will be filled up in phases in next four years as per Government directives.
There is no reserved seats for women separately. But, Kanyashree Scholarships offered by the State Government for the deserving girl students have already been introduced in the College. Out of 58 applicants 17 students received the scholarship. Five students were invited to receive the Kanyashree Scholarship on a special occasion organized by the State Government on 24th January, 2014.
For differently-abled students 3% seats are kept reserved at both the UG and PG level. There is provision for separate scholarships for differently-abled students from the Government.
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There is no provision for reservation of seats for students from economically weaker section. However, once a student from this section gets admitted, the College authority extends every kind of support to such student to encourage him to complete the course. To reflect the national commitment towards inclusive education of the economically weaker section of the society, various stipends and scholarships offered by the state and central governments are arranged for them by the College authority.
The provision for reservation of seats for students from Minority Community is included in the OBC-B category. There are several Govt. and other scholarships for Minority community students once they get admission to this College.
Sheela Kanoria Foundation have been giving scholarship to the needy girl students of the institution for the last few years.
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Apart from this, the Ex-students’ Association of the College has initiated scholarship for the needy students. Prof. N.R. Bardhan, an ex-teacher of the College had donated Rs.7 Lakh and Rs.3 Lakh in 2013-14 and 2014-15 for creating an endowment fund from which the needy and meritorious students are given one-time scholarship.
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