1. An announcement or advertisement for any course of study must clearly specify whether the degree granted is notified by the UGC and other relevant statutory authorities [Under Section 22 c of the UGC Act, latest list available at the UGC website] and whether the university that awards the degree figures in the list of universities maintained by the UGC [available at the UGC website].
2. A student seeking admission is entitled to a document (usually called ‘Prospectus’) that specifies the curricula including syllabi, names and academic profile and status of the faculty, mode and frequency of evaluation, duration of the course, academic calendar, comprehensive information about fees or charges of any kind, and refund rules. The information given in the prospectus should not be changed to the disadvantage of the student during the course of study; any change if necessary must be communicated to each student individually spelling out reasons for such a change.
3. The Prospectus must spell out exactly the process and criteria for admissions. This includes weightage given to previous academic performance, entrance examination and interview. The syllabi and format of the entrance examination must be spelt out. The final scores of each candidate who appeared for entrance examination including all the components and the entire waiting list must be made public.
4. Information about any reservations or quota for any category, the eligibility criteria for these reservations/quotas, certificate required for seeking admission under these must be stated clearly in the Prospectus.
5. The student must not be asked to produce documents which have not been mentioned in the Prospectus. While the institution can ask the student to produce the original documents (such as School Leaving Certificate, Marksheet, Caste certificate) for verification, they cannot retain any original documents of any students. [As notified by UGC on 23rd April 2007, F. No. 1-3/2007 (CPP II)]
Quality of teaching and learning
1. It is the responsibility of the college/university to help the students develop their learning skills by facilitating the creation of learner centric environment conducive for quality education. The students are entitled to receiving instruction and reading material in all the languages allowed by the institution as medium of instruction or examination.
2. The students who begin with a difficulty due to social handicap or a shift in the medium of instruction are entitled to special support to bridge the gap.
3. The students are entitled to availability and presence of qualified teacher, fulfillment of the specified number of teaching days and contact hours for each course and completion of syllabus on time. [UGC Regulations on Minimum Qualification of Teachers… 2010]
4. The students are entitled to reasonable access to facilities, services and resources including library (that stocks textbooks, reference books, journals, e-resources), laboratories, and ICT facilities in the languages permitted as medium of instruction or examination.
5. The student are entitled to fair, transparent and timely evaluation, including fair provisions for timely re-checking or re-evalutation of the scripts and redressal of any grievance related to the evaluation process. The students are entitled to a copy of their answer scripts after the declaration of results.
6. The students are entitled to timely conduct of examination and declaration of results as specified in the academic calendar in the Prospectus. They shall be entitled to the award of degree within 180 days of the declaration of results.
7. The students are entitled to give regular feedback on the quality of teaching, students services and institutional infrastructure. The college/university shall establish mechanisms for seeking this feedback regularly and taking student feedback into account for review and improvement.
Admission forms shall be issued by the college office during office working hours on specified dates which are notified in
time in leading Newspapers of Assam, college website and in the college Notice Board.
Admission forms may also be downloaded from the college website www.jdsgcollege.edu.in. Duly filled in application form may be submitted with a Demand Draft of Rs. 100/- (Rupees One Hundred Only) in favour of Principal, JDSG College, Bokakhat, Golaghat, Assam.
Students are to submit their applications along with all relevant mark-sheets/ certificates/testimonials, etc as are specified in the admission form as well as any other subsequent document as situation warrants.
There shall be scrutiny cum verification process of the application forms. A comprehensive and shortlisted list of candidates, based on merit in the last qualifying examination, will be published/notified two days before the date of admission.
Students must submit attested copies of Mark-sheet, Pass Certificate of last Examination Passed, Caste certificate, PRC, Gap period certificate (if any) along with the Application Form.
For major course in certain subjects a written test followed by a viva voce is held by the concerned departments.
Students will be selected and admitted only with the pre-condition that they shall not indulge in ragging in any way and they/their parents sign an affidavit to that effect. Otherwise they will be liable to expulsion from the college and/or any other punishment decided by law in force.
As per the Govt. Rules, there shall be reservation of seats for certain categories of students as follows:
Scheduled Castes 07%
Scheduled Tribes Plains (STP) 10%
Scheduled Tribes Hills (STH) 05%
Physically Handicapped (PH) 03%
1. If sufficient applicants are not available from these reserved categories, the vacant seats will be filled up from among the general category of students.
2. Students seeking admission under the reserved categories are to submit caste/PH certificate signed by the competent authorities along with their admission forms. No claim for admission without these certificates will be entertained.
3. Besides these seats, a few other seats will be reserved for the following categories of students:
Son/Daughter of in-service-02
Students seeking admission under the Sports/Music/NCC Quota will have to mandatorily submit proof of participation in state/national level competitions in the relevant discipline. The sports certificate will have to be signed by SAI or District Sports Association or any other competent authority recognized by the Govt.
The TGL candidates will also have to submit their certificate signed by competent authorities.
Duly attested copies of certificates are to be submitted along with the application. The originals are to be produced at the time of admission and if necessary at a later date too.
HS 1st Year Arts = 300
HS 1st Year (Commerce) = 150
HS 2nd Year (Arts) = 300
HS 2nd Year (Commerce) = 150
B.A. 1st Semester = 300
B.Com 1st Semester = 150
All bona-fide students of the college will be issued Identity cards
which they must carry at all times.(HS Course two years/Degree Course three years) For Identity card a student must furnish a stamp size recent photograph, information about his/her blood group, personal identity mark, mother/fathers/guardians name, telephone number, etc. The I Card must be duly signed by the Principal. In case of loss of Identity Card a student must obtain a fresh card after paying Rs. 200/only. The Identity card will serve as Library card also.
All students must attend the college in prescribed Uniforms
For Degree students:
For Boys: White formal shirt and formal black trouser. The