Online Admission Guide

Read the guide below to learn about the application process, eligibility criteria, costs of application and document types needed to complete the online application process. Click on the links below to read about them in detail or just scroll down.

How to Apply Online?

The admission process is divided into five easy steps.
Read the instructions below before beginning a new application

1.

Prepare the documents & create an account in our portal.

First you will need to create an account in our portal. You will be using this account to fill up the application forms, make payments and take admission.

To register you will need to fill in all your information and upload the necessary documents.

  • You will need to enter your own Gmail address. (We will use this address for future communications).
  • You will need to enter your & your guardian’s mobile number & WhatsApp Number (We will use these to send SMS notices for various events).

The required scanned documents are:

  • Passport size picture
  • Signature.
  • Marks sheet (Class 12).
  • Admit Card (Class 10) / Or any other age proof.
  • Physically Challenged certificate (If applicable).
  • Caste Certificate (If applicable).
  • BPL Certificate (If applicable).

The images should be clear and easy to understand. Blurry and erroneous uploads will result in application getting cancelled.

The exact measurements of the required documents can be found here.

Once the documents are ready, you can click on the link below to begin your application.

The above link will open in a new window, so you can continue reading the guide as you fill up the form.

User Registration Form
Student Dashboard

2.

Understanding the Eligibility Criteria & Available Subject Combinations.

After your account is ready you will now have to apply for the subject that you want to study.

However, before applying you must read the eligibility criteria for the subject that you want to apply for. 

Once you have decided on a subject & have checked out the eligibility criteria, you will need to decide on the additional subjects that you want to study along with your main Honours or General course.

Maharani Kasiswari College offers a large number of subject combination for offered courses. Click on the button below to see all the available combinations.

The above links will open in a new window, so you can continue reading the guide as you fill up the form.

3.

Applying for your Course

Once you have read all the rules and regulations linked above, you are now ready to apply for your subject. Go to the page Student Dashboard and click on the Choose Subject button. 

You will be taken to a page where you can select which course you want to apply for. 

Select the subject that you want to apply for fill up the form that appears.

The above links will open in a new window, so you can continue reading the guide as you fill up the form.

Subject Selection Page

4.

Form Fill Up and Additional Subjects Selection.

Once the form for your desired course loads, you will be asked to fill in the marks of your class 12 exam. 

To explain the steps, we’ll assume that you are applying for B.A Honours in English. (The other courses are also similar, in case of any difference they will be mentioned in the application page of that course.)

The form is usually divided into four main sections. 

  • The first section is about the Honours course that you have selected. Since you are applying for English honours, you will need to enter the marks you got in English Literature in 12th Standard Exam. ( In some courses you may not be required to fill this section of the form, refer to the eligibility criteria of your subject for more details. )
Enter the marks of your Honours Subject. ( In our example, we are entering the marks of English )
  • The second section is about the Best Four Subjects in your mark-sheet.
    • Here you will need to enter the marks of your four highest scoring subject. ( Note: We do not accept the marks of certain subjects in this section ).
    • If your honours course subject ( English in our example) is also one of your best four subject then enter that here as well.
    • Once you fill those in you will see that the form will auto calculate the total and percentage of your best four subjects. Verify these before proceeding.
Enter the marks of your top four highest scoring subject in descending order
  • The third section is about the marks of your Remaining Subjects. Fill in the marks of your remaining subject on your marks-sheet. 
    • The last two fields are not compulsory, only use those if you had more than six subjects in your mark-sheet.
    • If you had environmental science in your mark-sheet, you can add it here.
Enter the marks of your remaining subject in descending order. Include the marks of Environmental Science here.
  • The fourth section is where you will select your additional subjects.
    • For each course you will need to select two additional subject along with your main course. (1st Generic Subject & 2nd Generic Subject)
      • You will study these two subjects throughout the first year of your college.
      • The additional subjects are further divided into four categories.
        • GE1 & GE2. (1st & 2nd Semester)
        • GE3 & GE4 (3rd & 4th Semester)
        • See image below for a visual example.
      • In case of English Honours we offer the following combinations.
        • Philosophy & Political Science.
        • Philosophy & Sociology.
        • Political Science & Sociology.
        • Sociology & Hindi.
      • We’ll select the first option for our example.
      • Now that we’ve selected the two additional subjects, we will need to select the order in which we’ll study them (i.e; GE1, GE2, GE3, GE4). Click on the subject name that you want to study, in the drop-down fields that appear when as you fill up the forms. 
    • Next you will to select the AECC (Compulsory language subject) that you want to study.
      • We offer three choices for all the courses.
        • Communicative English
        • Bengali
        • Hindi 
  • See the images below to better understand the process. ( Click on the images to see a larger version )
Follow the animation to understand how to select the Additional Subject and their order.

Once the form for your desired course loads, you will be asked to fill in the marks of your class 12 exam. 

To explain the steps, we’ll assume that you are applying for B.A Honours in English. 

The form is usually divided into four main sections. 

  • The first section is about the Honours course that you have selected. Since you are applying for English honours, you will need to enter the marks you got in English Literature in 12th Standard Exam. ( In some courses you may not be required to fill this section of the form, refer to the eligibility criteria of your subject for more details. )
  • The second section is about the Best Four Subjects in your mark-sheet.
    • Here you will need to enter the marks of your four highest scoring subject. ( Note: We do not accept the marks of certain subjects in this section ).
    • If your honours course subject ( English in our example) is also one of your best four subject then enter that here as well.
    • Once you fill those in you will see that the form will auto calculate the total and percentage of your best four subjects. Verify these before proceeding.
  • The third section is about the marks of your Remaining Subjects. Fill in the marks of your remaining subject on your marks-sheet. If you had environmental science in your mark-sheet, you can add it here.
    • The last two fields are not compulsory, only use those if you had more than six subjects in your mark-sheet.
  • The fourth section is where you will select your additional subjects.
    • For each course you will need to select two additional subject along with your main course. (1st Generic Subject & 2nd Generic Subject)
      • You will study these two subjects throughout the first year of your college.
      • The additional subjects are further divided into four categories ( Two for each semester )
        • GE1 & GE2. (1st Semester)
        • GE3 & GE4 (2nd Semester)
        • See image below for a visual example.
      • In case of English Honours we offer the following combinations.
        • Philosophy & Political Science.
        • Philosophy & Sociology.
        • Political Science & Sociology.
        • Sociology & Hindi.
      • We’ll select the first option for our example.
      • Now that we’ve selected the two additional subjects, we will need to select the order in which we’ll study them (i.e; GE1, GE2, GE3, GE4). Click on the subject name that you want to study, in the drop-down fields that appear when as you fill up the forms. 
    • Next you will to select the AECC (Compulsory language subject) that you want to study.
      • We offer three choices for all the courses.
        • Communicative English
        • Bengali
        • Hindi 
  • Confused? See the images below to better understand the process. ( Click on the images to see a larger version )

5.

Payment of Application Fees

After carefully filing up the entire form, you will need to pay the application fee to finish your application.

You can pay the fee using Debit Card, Credit Card, NetBanking, UPI, EMI and wallets like Paytm and PhonePe. 

Once your payment is done, you will be taken back to the Student Dashboard. If you followed all the steps then your application will show up in this page. You can download your money receipt & application form from here as well.

CONGRATULATIONS, YOU HAVE NOW SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE APPLICATION PROCESS!

(Your application will not be valid until you pay the application fees)

Payment Page

Eligibility Criteria

Read about the eligibility criteria for each subject below. Click on a subject name to read it’s eligibility criteria.

FOR General Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 45%.

 

FOR SC/ST Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • The applicant needs to have passed class 12 Examination.

FOR General Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 45%.
  • If Computer Science is selected as a generic subject then
    • The candidate must have had Mathematics in Class 12 with minimum 30%.
    • She must have passed in either Physics/ Statistics/ Computer Science.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • The applicant needs to have passed class 12 Examination.
  • If Computer Science is selected as a generic subject then
    • The candidate must have had Mathematics in Class 12 with minimum 30%.
    • She must have passed in either Physics/ Statistics/ Computer Science.

FOR General Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 45%.
  • Candidates must have had at least Accountancy or one of the Related Subject in their 12th Standard.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

The applicants needs to meet the below criteria:

  • The applicant needs to have passed class 12 Examination.

FOR General Categories:

If student is from Commerce stream then the applicants needs to meet both the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Accountancy / Related Subject is 50%
  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 50%.

If student is from Science stream then the applicants needs to meet both the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Mathematics / Statistics / Economics is 50%
  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 50%.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

If student is from Commerce stream then the applicants needs to meet either of the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Accountancy / Related Subject is 40%
  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 40%.

If student is from Science stream then the applicants needs to meet either of the below criteria:

  • Minimum marks needed in Mathematics / Statistics / Economics is 40%
  • Minimum marks needed in Best of Four Subject is 40%.

FOR General Categories:

Eligibility Criteria for Bengali Honours:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Bengali.
  • You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

Eligibility Criteria for Bengali Honours:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Bengali.
  • You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

FOR General Categories:

There are three main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in either Computer Science or Physics or Statistics.
  • Minimum of 30% in Mathematics.

You can apply if all three of the above criteria are met.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are three main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.

OR

  • Minimum of 40% in either Computer Science or Physics or Statistics.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Education or History or Economics or Philosophy or  Sociology or Mathematics or Political Science or Psychology.
  • You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Education or Related Subjects in your class 12th Exam

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Education or History or Economics or Philosophy or  Sociology or Mathematics or Political Science or Psychology.
  • You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Education or Related Subjects in your class 12th Exam. 

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in English.

You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in English.

You can apply if any of the above two criteria are met.

FOR General Categories:

These are the main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Nutrition/ Biology.
  • Minimum of 45 in Chemistry [pass in theory (min. 24) & practical (min. 8)].

You can only apply if all of the above criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Nutrition or Biology in your class 12th Exam.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Chemistry in your class 12th Exam.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

These are the main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects  OR  Minimum of 40% in Nutrition/ Biology.
  • Minimum of 45 in Chemistry [ pass in theory (min. 24) & practical (min. 8) ]

You can only apply if all of the above criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Nutrition or Biology in your class 12th Exam.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Chemistry in your class 12th Exam.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Geography.

You can only apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Geography in your class 12th Exam.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Geography.

You can only apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you didn’t have Geography in your class 12th Exam.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in History (If history was taught in class 12).

You can apply even if you did not have History in your class 12th Exam.


FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in History.
  • You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You can apply even if you didn’t have History in your class 12th Exam.

FOR General Categories:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

The main criteria is:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.

FOR General Categories:

There are three main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 30% in Mathematics.
  • You will have to have passed in Physics/ Statistics or Computer Science.

Mathematics is compulsory in Class 12


FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are three main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 30% in Mathematics.
  • You will have to have passed in Physics/ Statistics or Computer Science.

Mathematics is compulsory in Class 12

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 45% in Philosophy/ Psychology /Mathematics /Education /Sociology /Political Science.
  • You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you did not have Philosophy or related subjects in your class 12th Exam. 

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Philosophy/ Psychology /Mathematics /Education /Sociology /Political Science..

You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You cannot apply if you did not have Philosophy or related subjects in your class 12th Exam. 

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Political Science.

You can apply if you did not have Political Science in your class 12th Exam 

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Political Science.

You can only apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You can apply if you did not have Political Science in your class 12th Exam 

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 50% in Psychology.

You can apply even if you didn’t have Psychology in your class 12th Exam 

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Psychology.

You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You can apply even if you didn’t have Psychology in your class 12th Exam 

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 45% in Sanskrit.

You can apply even if you didn’t have Sanskrit in your class 12th Exam.


FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 40% in Sanskrit.

You can apply if either of the above two criteria are met.

You can apply even if you didn’t have Sanskrit in your class 12th Exam.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 50% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Minimum of 45% in Sociology or Political Science or Psychology.

You can also apply if you did not have the above subjects.

FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.

OR

  • Minimum of 40% in Sociology or Political Science or Psychology

You can apply if you did not have the above subjects.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 45% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Only Science & Arts stream allowed.

You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.


FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Only Science & Arts stream allowed.

You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

FOR General Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 45% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Only Commerce stream allowed.

You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.


FOR SC/ST Categories:

There are two main criteria:

  • Minimum of 40% in Best of Four Subjects.
  • Only Commerce stream allowed.

You can apply if both of the above two criteria are met.

Related Subjects

Certain Honours courses have a criteria where, you will have to have studied that subject or a related subject in your Class 12. While filling up the application form, you will be asked to enter the marks of that Honours subject or the related subject (whichever is higher). See below to learn about all the Honours subject and their related subject.

You will need to fill up the marks of the highest scoring subject from the list below.

  • Accountancy
  • Business Economics including Business Mathematics
  • Business Organization
  • Mathematics
  • Business Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Statistics
  • Business Studies
  • Office & Secretarial Practice
  • Financial Accounting
  • Elements of Cost Accountancy & Auditing
  • Book Keeping
  • Commerce
  • Commercial Law & Preliminaries of Auditing
  • Cost Accountancy & Principle Of Management.
  • Costing & Taxation

You will need to fill up the marks of the highest scoring subject from the list below.

  • History
  • Economics
  • Philosophy
  • Sociology
  • Mathematics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology

You will need to fill up the marks of the highest scoring subject from the list below.

  • Political Science
  • Psychology

You will need to fill up the marks of the highest scoring subject from the list below.

  • Psychology
  • Mathematics
  • Education
  • Sociology
  • Political Science

In case of the subjects that are not on the above list, you CAN apply for those even if you did not study that subject in your 12th Standard.

Excluded Subjects

The following subjects will not be included within the top four subjects (best 4)

  • Environment Education
  • Environment Studies
  • Environmental Science (EL)
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Development,
  • Environmental Geography
  • Fashion Designing
  • Geometrical and Mechanical Drawing
  • Geometrical and Building Drawing
  • Physical Education
  • Horse Riding
  • Arts/Fine Arts
  • Fine Arts and Crafts
  • Music
  • Music and Dance
  • Dance
  • Fashion Studies
  • Electricity and Electronics
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Agriculture
  • Informatics Practices
  • Creative Writing and Translation
    Studies
  • Heritage Craft
  • Graphics Design
  • BPO Skill
  • Business Process Outsourcing
  • Painting.

Subject Combinations

Maharani Kasiwari College offers multiple combinations for each subject that you can choose from.

In Honours courses, you will have to select two additional subjects:

  • 1st Generic Subject
  • 2nd Generic Subject

Each course offers multiple combinations. You will be studying these two subjects over the course of the next two years.

  • You will study these two subjects throughout the first & second year of your college.
  • The additional subjects are further divided into four categories.
      • GE1 & GE2. (1st & 2nd Semester)
      • GE3 & GE4 (3rd & 4th Semester)
    • In case of English Honours we offer the following combinations.
      • Philosophy & Political Science.
      • Philosophy & Sociology.
      • Political Science & Sociology.
      • Sociology & Hindi.
    • We’ll select the first option for our example.
    • Now that we’ve selected the two additional subjects, we will need to select the order in which we’ll study them (i.e; GE1, GE2, GE3, GE4). Click on the subject name that you want to study, in the drop-down fields that appear as you fill up the forms. 

Click on the button below to find out all the available subject combinations for your Honours course.

Follow the animation to understand how to select the Additional Subject and their order.

In General courses, you will have to select three subjects:

  • General Subject 1
  • General Subject 2
  • General Subject 3

Each course offers multiple combinations.You will be studying these three subjects over the course of the next two semesters.

Click on the button below to find out all the available subject combinations for your General course.

Documents Required

Every applicant will need to upload a set of documents during the process. These documents have a certain requirements and the student will have to follow those while uploading. Read below to find a sample set of document and their respective requirements.

Student Photograph

Photo Resolution: 300px by 300px
Maximum File Size: 50KB

Student Signature

Photo Resolution: 250px by 50px
Maximum File Size: 50KB

Mark sheet

Maximum Photo Resolution: 2000px by 2000px
Maximum File Size: 1MB

Age Proof (Class 10 Admit Card)

Maximum Photo Resolution: 2000px by 2000px
Maximum File Size: 1MB

Caste Certificate (If Applicable)

Maximum Photo Resolution: 2000px by 2000px
Maximum File Size: 1MB

BPL Certificate (If Applicable)

Maximum Photo Resolution: 2000px by 2000px
Maximum File Size: 1MB