➡ Patna Women’s College UG, PG Admission Online Form 2022-23: Bihar Sarkari Result
Patna Women’s College UG, PG Admission Online Form 2022-23 Short Details: Patna Women’s College Invite Online Application for admission to the various Courses being run at Patna Women’s College, Patna for the academic year 2022–2023. Application forms for 2022–2023 will be available on the College website (www.patnawomenscollege.in) from 01.05.2022 to 31.05.2022. Forms to be filled in Online.Appearing candidates of +2/Intermediate or Equivalent Examination also will be eligible for the Entrance Test (for UG Programmes) and Appearing candidates of UG Programmes may also be eligible for Admission to PG/PG Diploma Programmes
In This Post Some Important Things Such As Important Dates , Application Fee & Other Details Are Described In Short And Easy Way. Student Must Read Official Notification Before Online Apply. Post Date : 24-04-2022
Candidates who are appearing for the qualifying examination for the current academic year are also eligible to apply subject to the condition that they produce proof of having passed the qualifying examination with 50% (General category including BC-I & BC-II/EWS) and 45% for SC & ST only and have the required % of marks at the time of admission.
B.A. & B.Sc.:
Must obtain not less than 45% marks in the subject opted for Honours study in the +2 or equivalent examination recognized by the Govt. of Bihar, with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate. Only those candidates who have passed with Mathematics atthe Intermediate/10+2 level are allowed to opt for Economics as their CoreCourse (CC).
B. Com. :
Should pass the +2 equivalent examination recognized by the Govt. of Bihar, in Commerce with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate.
The Candidates have passed the +2 equivalent examination recognized by the Govt. of Bihar in Arts or Science with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.
Publication of 1st Merit List
M.A. & M.Sc.
Entrance Test Pattern
The test will be objective type with the use of Blue / Black pen and OMR sheet for B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com./ BMC/ BCA/ CEMS/ MBIO/ BBA/ AMM/ MCA.
• The pattern of the entrance test will be as follows :-
Full marks : 100
Duration of Exam : 2 hours
No. of objective questions : 100 each carrying one mark, no negative marking
• The details of objective questions will be :-
(a) For B.Sc.
General Knowledge and Aptitude Test
Physics & Chemistry
Biology or Mathematics & Statistics (make your choice)
(b) For B.A.
General Knowledge and Aptitude Test Questions related with all major
subjects of Humanities and Social Sciences
(c) For B.Com.
General Knowledge and Aptitude Test
Questions related with the subject
(d) For CEMS
Media/Precis writing based on picture
(e) For BCA
General English/ Quantitative Aptitude/ G.K./ G.S.
(f) For BBA
General English/Quantitative Aptitude/ G.K./ G.S./ Reasoning/ Economics
(g) For BMC
General English/ G.K./ Current Affairs
(f) For AMM
General English/Quantitative Aptitude/ Reasoning/ General Studies
(f) For MBIO
General English/Biology (Physics/ Chemistry/ Botany) General Awareness
The applicants have to Upload Xerox copies of qualifying examination Admit Card (for Appearing Candidates) / Marksheet (for Pass-out Candidates) and Caste Certificate (if applicable) issued by the C.O./S.D.O./D.M./Baptism Certificate (if applicable).
Compartment/failed candidates will not be considered even if they have qualified in the Entrance Test 2022 (Written +Viva ).
Patna Women’s College UG, PG Admission Online Form 2022-23
Patna Women’s College
Patna University, Patna
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About Patna Women’s College
Patna Women’s College was founded in 1940 by Bishop B.J. Sullivan S.J., Bishop of Patna and Mother M. Josephine A.C. Superior General of the Apostolic Carmel. It was the first institution of higher learning opened to cater to the educational needs of women in Bihar.
Bishop Sullivan, the founder, named it Patna Women’s College and presented it as a gift to the females of Bihar, thereby placing at their disposal an opportunity for higher education. It was Bishop Sullivan’s firm belief that the upliftment of Bihar lay in liberating its womenfolk by providing them with opportunities for higher education i.e., by empowering them.
In the early years, the college and the hostel were housed in the Bishop’s own residence at Bankipore, which he vacated for this landmark.