With the class 12 board results being announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) and other boards, the colleges in the State Capital have started the admission procedure for the various under graduate courses.
The new academic session for all universities in Ranchi will begin from August 1 as per the government’s instruction. The application process will start through the Chancellor Portal once the intermediate arts results are announced. The universities have also been directed to start the session on time.
At St. Xavier’s College Ranchi, for all undergraduate courses the aspirants have to take an entrance test in the subject concerned. The entrance exams will be held from June 17 to June 24. Class 12 applicants need to have an aggregate of minimum 50 percent marks for the required stream as well as 50 percent marks in the concerned subject.
The total number of seats for science is 420, arts is 630 and commerce is 800 including the various departments in these streams.
At Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University (DSPMU) admission for the traditional undergraduate BA and BSc courses will be done on the basis of the marks obtained in the concerned subject at intermediate and honours level respectively. Applicants need a minimum aggregate of 45 percent at the intermediate level and those opting for honours will be selected on the basis of the marks acquired in the concerned subject. There are a total of 400 seats in BSc and 1600 seats in BA courses.
For admission in vocational courses at DSPMU an entrance test will be conducted by the concerned department. No candidate shall be granted admission without appearing for the test. However, for courses where an entrance test is not organised, the process approved by the university administration will be adopted. The total number of seats for vocational courses is 540.
The test date will be declared on the DSPMU website. The classes will commence from August 1 and for science from mid July.