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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1

Status of the University

1.2 A Flashback to the Past


Mohammedan College of Calcutta, popularly known as Madrasah-i-Aliah or Calcutta Madrasah is the first educational
institution set up in India in 1780 by Warren Hestings, the then Governor General of East India Company. Calcutta Madrasah
was established chiefly for the study of the Arabic and Persian languages and Muslim Law so that the sons of the Muslim
gentry could perform the duties as ocers for running the revenue administration and judiciary. The Naib Nizam was
instructed to recruit the students of the Madrasah as vacancies occurred in the Fauzdari Courts, on production of certificates
of eciency. However, within a decade Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Astronomy, Islamic Theology, Oriental Studies,
Natural Philosophy, Geological Studies, Law, Logic, Rhetoric, Grammar, and Oratory were added to the list of prescribed
subjects for study. In 1821, the Annual Examination of the Madrasah was held in the presence of many respectable ocials
and academic luminaries of Calcutta. This was the first public examination held in British India. A medical class, headed by
Dr. Peter Breton, Professor of Medicine, was started at this Madrasah in 1826 for the first time in British India. Dr. Breton was
authorized to purchase a skeleton and collect medical books. An anatomical work published by John Taylor was arranged
to be translated into Arabic. The medical class continued here till the establishment of Calcutta Medical College in 1836.
However, the students of the Madrasah were allowed to study medicine at Calcutta Medical College. This speaks for the
high standard of education at the Madrasah in those days. Also, the curricula taught at this institution were a blend of
theological studies, natural sciences, and the humanities, as was done in the world-wide Madrasah system of education
which produced the galaxy of scholars who made original contributions to astronomy, mathematics, chemistry, physics,
medicine, geology, art & architecture, and so on. The authorities tried to introduce English as a subject for study in 1826.
But, not many students were found willing to learn English, as Persian was still the medium of administration in India. But
in 1837 the colonial government replaced Persian with English as the ocial language. So the Anglo-Arabic Department
was opened at the Madrasah in 1839 for the teaching of English. At the recommendation of a Committee, again in 1854,
this Anglo-Arabic Department was abolished and an English school, in the name of Anglo-Persian Department, was started
under the direct control of the Principal of Calcutta Madrasah. The great reformist Nawab Abdul Latif (1828-1893), a product
of Calcutta Madrasah, played an important role in the establishment of this Department so that Muslim children could
receive the much-needed English education. After the Great Rebellion or the so-called Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, the British
rulers began to have a suspicious attitude to the Muslims. Questions were raised regarding the maintenance of Calcutta
Madrasah at Government cost. There were proposals to abolish the Madrasah, at least the Arabic Department, retaining
only the Anglo-Persian Department. However, in 1860, the Government of India, rejecting the idea of abolition, rather
recommended improvement in its management. So the Madrasah continued to exist. In 1869, a Committee consisting of
C.H. Campbell, Commissioner of the Presidency Division, I. Suitcli, Principal of Presidency College, and Nawab Abdul Latif,
then a Deputy Magistrate, was formed to inquire into the aairs of the Madrasah and suggest improvement. Some reforms
were introduced at the Calcutta Madrasah according to the suggestions of this committee. Further reforms were introduced
at the recommendations of the Education Commission headed by W.W. Hunter in 1884. Nawab Abdul Latif and Justice Syed
Amir Ali played a very important role in these reforms. In 1896, Elliot Hostel was founded, with funds raised out of donations
from the public, for the accommodation of the Madrasah students who so far had used the ground floor of the Madrasah
as their hostel. In 1902 the Muslim Institute was established as a part and parcel of Calcutta Madrasah. The Principal of
the Madrasah was ex-ocio President and Treasurer of the Muslim Institute. Several committees and commissions were
appointed in 1915, 1923, 1931, 1938-40, and 1946 for the improvement in the syllabi, curricula, and all round development
of Madrasah education in Bengal, particularly of Calcutta Madrasah.
Calcutta Madrasah was upgraded to Calcutta Madrasah College on 22nd February, 2006 and then to Aliah University by the
Government of West Bengal through Aliah University Act XXVII of 2007 passed in West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

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1.3 Present and Future of the University


In addition to the existing Kamil (B.A.) and M.M. (M.A.) programmes in Islamic Theology and the 3-year Honours course in
Arabic, Aliah University oers 5-year integrated M.Sc. in Computer Science, 5-year integrated MBA, MCA, 5-year integrated
M.A. in English, M.A./M.Sc. in Geography, 5-year integrated M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, 4-year
B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering and Civil Engineering, 2-year M.A. in English, Bengali, History, Jurnalism & Mass Communication, Arabic, 2-year
M.A./M.Sc. in Geography. From 2013-14 the University is starting a 2-year M.Sc. course in Mathematics, 2-year LLM, 2-year
M.A. in Urdu,Arabic and 2-year M.Tech in CEN,ECE,CSE,EEN,MEN. From the Academic Session 2015-16, 3-year MCA, 2-year
M.Sc. in Statistics and lateral entry to the 2nd Year of B. Tech. programmes by Diploma Engineering students is also introduced.
Besides the old existing premises of erstwhile Calcutta Madrasah College at 21, Haji Md. Mohsin Square, Kolkata-7 0 0 016,
which is mainly used to conduct the programmes on Islamic Theology and B.Ed., all other programmes in Science &
Engineering run by the University are being held at the New Town campus, Rajarhat, Kolkata-156, and all Humanities
(including Arabic) and Social Science programmes are being held at Park Circus campus, 17, Gorachand Road, Kolkata17(behind Lady Brabourn College). The University runs its administrative section in the beautiful, sprawling, state-of-the-art
campus of its own on a land admeasuring 20 acres at New Town, Rajarhat.
1.4 Vision and Mission of the University
Aliah University is marching on with a vision to recapture the ambience and dynamic cultural heritage of the Madrasah system,
to expand and deepen it, to evolve it further with a successful outreach into the emerging areas in each branch of modern
science, technology, social studies, and humanities. It aims to instill the dynamism of its glorious heritage of the past among
all its students, so that they can successfully cope with the critical needs and challenges of the present and contribute to the
future advancement of science, technology, and human civilization. It also hopes to develop in its students the love and
respect for the fellow citizens of the country and to cherish the ideals of secularism and national integrity.
1.5 A Special Feature
The University being a minority institution and a part of the (primary-to-Ph.D.) Madrasah education system, and having a
rich heritage of Islamic Culture, it is expected that all students of the University shall have some basic knowledge of Arabic and
Islamic Studies. For that reason, all the students have to study two compulsory subjects, viz., Elementary Arabic and Islamic
Studies in the first semester of their curricula. Students having already studied these subjects as part of their Secondary and
Higher Secondary curricula will be oered suitable alternative subjects in lieu of them.
However, English being internationally accepted as a medium of communication and the University having a multilingual
student-teacher community, medium of instruction followed in the University is English, except the language subjects like
Arabic, Bengali, etc.
1.6 Motto of the University
The motto of the University is Advancement of Education and Culture in Arabic, Taqdeem-ut-Taleem wa-asSaqafah.

2. PROGRAMMES
Except the 2-year M Tech, B. Ed. and Ph. D programmes, admissions to all other programmes run by the University are
made through Aliah University Admission Test (AUAT). The AUAT-2015 will be taken in three dierent groups as given below.

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Number of Intakes
GEN*

PC *

OS*

JEE*

Total(1st
Year)

Lateral
Entry#(2nd
Year)

4-year B. Tech. in Civil Engineering (CEN)

39

01

02

02

44

04

4-year B. Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)

39

01

02

02

44

04

4-year B. Tech. in Computer Science &


Engineering (CSE)

39

01

02

02

44

04

4-year B. Tech. in Electrical Engineering


(EEN)

39

01

02

02

44

04

4-year B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering


(MEN)

39

01

02

02

44

04

5-year integrated Master of Computer


Applications (MCA)

35

01

02

02

40

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Computer Science

35

01

02

02

40

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Chemistry

35

01

02

38

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Mathematics & Computing

35

01

02

38

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Physics

35

01

02

38

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Statistics & Informatics

35

01

02

38

CODE

A 01

Programmes

CODE

Programmes

Number of Intakes
GEN *

PC *

OS*

Total

B 01

5-year integrated B.A. - M.A. in English

47

01

02

50

B 02

5-year integrated Master of Business


Administration (BBA-MBA)

35

01

02

38

B 03

5-year integrated B.Sc. - M.Sc. in Geography

47

01

02

50

CODE

Programmes

Number of Intakes
GEN * PC *

OS*

Total

C 01

2-year M.A. in English

47

01

02

50

C 02

2-year M.A. in Bengali

47

01

02

50

C 03

2-year M.A. in History

47

01

02

50

C 04

2-year M.A. in Arabic

47

01

02

50

C 05

2-year M.Sc. in Mathematics

47

01

02

50

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C 06

2-year M.A./M.Sc. in Geography

47

01

02

50

C 07

2-year M.A./M.Sc. in Journalism and Mass Communication


(MJMC)

37

01

02

40

C 08

2-year LLM

27

01

02

30

C 09

2-year M.A. in Urdu

37

01

02

40

130

03

07

110(Boys)
Aliah University Campus

30(Girls)
C 10

2-year M.M./ M.A. in Theology

Beldanga Centre
(Murshidabad)
To be announced later.

Furfura Centre (Hoogly)


Batna Centre (Malda)
C 11

CODE

D 01

D 02

2-year M.Sc. in Statistics

47

01

Programmes

50

Number of Intakes
GEN *

3-Year BA (Hons) in Arabic

PC *

OS*

59

01

03

156

04

08

Total
63
128(Boys)

3-year Kamil / B.A. in Theology


(Hons.)

Aliah University Campus

3-year Kamil / B.A. in Theology


(Gen.)

Aliah University Campus

3-year Kamil / B.A. in Theology


(Hons. & Gen.)

02

40(Girls)
128(Boys)
156

04

08
40(Girls)

Beldanga Centre
(Murshidabad)
To be announced later.

Furfura Centre (Hoogly)


Batna Centre (Malda)

D 03
CODE#
E 01

3-year MCA

47

01

Programmes
GEN *
Lateral Entry to the 2nd Year of B.Tech Programmes

02

50

Number of Intakes

19

PC *

OS*

01

Total
20 (04 in
each B.Tech
Programmes)

Successful Candidates applied for D 02 programmes, will be allotted to B,A. in Theology/Kamil (Hons) according to the merit
list, and allotted to B,A. in Theology/ Kamil (General) if all honours seats are filled up.
# Successful Candidates applied for E 01 programme, will be admitted directly to the second year of 4-year B Tech
Programmes.
*GEN General, *PC-Physically Challenged, *OS-Other State(candidates in this category must be domicile of a state other
than West Bengal and last attended institute must be is outside of West Bengal )

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3. PATTERN OF AUAT-2015
The candidate wish to appear in AUAT-2015, must apply through online mode of application process by the 20th March,
2015.
The paper of AUAT-2015 examination is of two hour duration (100 marks) for all programmes:

Part A (25 Marks) on English, Islamic Studies, and General Knowledge (in the ratio of approximately 2:2:1).

Part-B (75 Marks) for all A 01 programmes will comprise of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. (in the equal
ratio, i.e. 1:1:1).

Part-B (75 Marks) for MBA course, will be on basic Mathematics, verbal and non-verbal reasoning, Commercial
Arithmetic and elementary knowledge in concerned area.

Part-B (75 Marks) for all 2-years Masters programmes (except MJMC), 5-year integrated M.A in English and 5-year
integrated M.Sc in Geography, will be on the concerned subject.

Part-B (75 Marks) for MJMC (C 07) will be on English (concept of Language and Literature), Fundamentals of
Journalism & Mass Communication having its role as fourth pillar of Indian Democracy, Sports and Cinema.

Part-B (75 Marks) for 3-years (Hons) in Arabic, and 3-years Kamil programmes will be on the concerned subject.

Part-B (75 Marks) for 3-year MCA programme will be comprised of Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Data
Interpretation, Problem Solving Questions and Discrete Quantitative Analysis respectively (30 Marks) and Basic
Mathematics (45 Marks)

Part-B (75 Marks) for LATERAL ENTRY to B. Tech programme will be comprised of Engg. Mathematics (20 marks),
Basic Computer Science (15 marks), Strength of Material (10 marks), Engg. Mechanics (10 marks) Environmental
Engg. (10 Marks), & Basic Electrical Technology (10 marks)

Final merit list will be prepared on the basis of written examination (100 marks) only.

N.B. Questions in all papers will be of objective type in multiple choice questions (MCQ) format, which are to be answered
on a specially designed machine-gradable sheet (ORS-Optical Response Sheet) using Black/Blue ball point pen only. For the
language programmes, it may have 10-20 marks descriptive questions also.

4. SYLLABI
a)

Part - A for all programmes:

English: Basic knowledge of vocabularies, grammar and comprehension, at 10+2 level;

General knowledge: This will comprise of History (Medieval and Modern India), Geography, Political Science,
General Science & Current Aairs;

Islamic Studies: Basic knowledge in Islamic History, Civilization, and Culture.

b) Part - B for all 4-years B.Tech and 5-years Integrated Programmes (except English, Geography and MBA):
Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry as per syllabi of classes XI and XII of West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary
Education (WBCHSE) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
c)

Part - B for 5-years Integrated MA/M.Sc in English and Geography : As per the syllabi of Classes XI and XII of West
Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

d) Part - B for 5-years Integrated in MBA: Concept of English in Language and literature, Basic and Business Mathematics,
Elements of Statistics and Elementary Knowledge on concerned area.
e) Part - B of all 2-years Masters Programmes (except MJMC): As per syllabus of 3-year Bachelor Degree Courses
of r e c o g n i z e d Indian Universities in Honours/Major disciplines.
f)

Part - B for 2-years MJMC: English: Concept of Language and Literature; Journalism and Mass Communication:
Basic Concept and Historical Development Role as the fourth pillar of Indian Democracy; Political and Social
Science: Contemporary Issues on National and International Perspectives; Sports and Cinema.

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Part B for LLM Programmes: According to the LLB programmes of recognized Indian Universities.

h) Part - B for 3-years Hons. in Arabic: As per the Arabic syllabus of H.S. or equivalent examination.
i)

Part - B for 3-years B.A. in Theology/Kamil (Hons and General): As per Syllabus of Fazil according to West Bengal
Board of Madrasah Education.

j)

Part - B for 3-years MCA: As per the JECA examination, West Bengal.

k)

Part - B for Lateral Entry to B. Tech Programmes (E01): As per the Syllabi of JELET, West Bengal.

5.1 SCHEDULE OF AUAT-2015


The written test will be held on Sunday, 10th May, 2015 as per the schedule given below.
DATE OF AUAT-2015: 10TH MAY (SUNDAY), 2015
Course Code

Time

Course Code

Paper-II

A 01, B 03,C 01,


C 02, C 03,C 04,
B 01, B 02, C 07,
C 05,C 06, C 08,

11:00 AM-1:00 PM

2:00 PM -4:00 PM
D 02, E 01

C 09, C10, C 11,


D 01, D 03
N.B. All the information regarding AUAT-2015 will be available on the university website
http://www.aliahadmission.com

http://www.aliah.ac.in or

5.2 APPLYING IN MORE THAN ONE PROGRAMMES: COMBINED APPLICATION


A candidate can apply in more than one UG/PG programmes; however, he/she has to select the programmes accordingly
(both for Male and Female candidates). Select any one combination to select the programmes from the following Table:
Combination of
Choice of Course
Code

Name of the programmes

Option 1

A 01 and B 01

B Tech/Integrated MCA/Integrated MSc + Integrated MA in English

Option 2

A 01 and B 02

B Tech/Integrated MCA/Integrated MSc + Integrated MBA

Option 3

B 01 and B 03

Integrated MA in English + Integrated MA in Geography

Option 4

B 02 and B 03

Integrated MBA + Integrated MA/MSc in Geography

Option 5

D 01 and D 02

BA (Hons.) in Arabic + BA in Theology / Kamil

Option 6

C 01 and C 07

MA in English + MJMC

Option 7

C 02 and C 07

MA in Bengali + MJMC

Option 8

C 03 and C 07

MA in History + MJMC

Option 9

C 04 and C 07

MA in Arabic + MJMC

Option 10

C 05 and C 07

MSc in Mathematics + MJMC

Option 11

C 06 and C 07

MA/MSc in Geography + MJMC

Option 12

C 07 and C 09

MJMC + MA in Urdu

Option 13

C 07 and C 11

MJMC + MSc in Statistics

Option 14
C 07 and D 03
MJMC + 3-yr MCA
Application fee for combined type applications are dierent from Normal application fee.

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5.3. APPLICATION FEE:


ONLINE APPLICATION

APPLICATION FEES

Application for Single Course (MALE):

Rs. 500

Application for Single Course (FEMALE):

Rs. 300

Application for Two UG/PG Course (MALE):

Rs. 600

Application for Two UG/PG Course (FEMALE):

Rs. 400

6. RESERVATION OF SEATS
6.1 Physically Challenged (PC) Candidates
For candidates belonging to the PC category, who are otherwise fit to pursue the course and qualify in AUAT-2015 with
relaxed norms relevant to this category, 3% seats are reserved as specified by the Government of India. For any category of
disability (viz., orthopedic, visual, speech, and/or hearing), benefit would be given to those candidates who have at least
40% permanent physical impairment in relation to a body part/system/extremity/extremities/ whole body, etc. The
candidates in this category will be required to submit a certificate of impairment from the competent authority.
NB: The category of a candidate other than PC is hereby termed as GEN category.
6.2 Students from outside West Bengal
5% of seats are available to eligible candidates from outside the State of West Bengal but they have to appear and qualify in
AUAT-2015.The candidates wish to apply in this category must be : (i) domicile of a state other than West Bengal. (ii) his/her
last attended institute must be outside of West Bengal. They must apply with supportive documents.
6.3 Students from Foreign Countries
A limited number of seats will be available to foreign students with requisite background subject to the clearance from the
Ministry of External Aairs, Government of India.
6.4 Students from WBJEE and JEE(Main) (for B Tech/Integrated MCA/Integrated MSc in Comp. Sc. Course only)
5% of the seats in 4 year B Tech Programmes, are reserved for the students who will be successful in WBJEE-2015 and
JEE(Main)-2015 examinations. These candidates are exempted from appearing AUAT-2015. They will have to apply in plain
paper with a copy of Rank Card issued by WBJEE/JEE (Main) at AUAT oce, New Town, Rajarhat, on or after 1st June, 2015
to 22nd June, 2015. A separate merit list for those candidates will also be published.
NB: After the last counseling if any reserved seat/seats remain vacant, the University has every right to fill up the vacant
seats from GEN category strictly from the merit list.

7. ELIGIBILITY
A candidate has to satisfy all the eligibility conditions given below for appearing AUAT-2015:
a)

Candidates applying for AUAT-2015 should have passed / expected to pass the qualifying examination listed in Section
7.1 before getting admission to the programmes they wish to apply at the time of counseling. They should satisfy the
eligibility criteria listed in Section 7.2.

b) Candidates should meet the age requirements given in Section 7.4.


7.1 Qualifying Examination
Candidates applying for AUAT-2015 in 4-year B.Tech, 5-year integrated and 3-year Arabic (Hons.),Theology/Kamil (Hons/
Gen.) courses should have either completed or should be appearing in 2015 in any one of the following qualifying examinations.
a)

The final examination of the 10+2 system, conducted by any recognized Central/State Board, such as West Bengal
Council of Higher Secondary Examination (WBCHSE), West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education (WBBME), Central
Board of Secondary Education (New Delhi) (CBSE), Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC), etc.

b) Intermediate or two-year Pre-University Examination conducted by a recognized Board/University.

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c)

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Final Examination of the two-year course of the Joint Services Wing of the National Defense Academy.

d) General Certificate of Education (GEC) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.
e) High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University.
f)

Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in any foreign country recognized by the Association of
Indian Universities as equivalent to the 10+2 system.

g)

Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) with a
minimum of five subjects or H.S. Examination Conducted by W.B. Council of Rabindra Open Schooling.

h) 3 or 4-year Diploma recognized by AICTE or State Board of Technical Education.


7.2. Candidates applying for AUAT-2015 should also satisfy one of the following conditions for respective Course Code
1.

A 01: Candidates must have taken Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry having at least 100 Marks in total in each in
the final examination of the 10+2 pattern. For admission to 4-year B.Tech,5-year integrated MBA,MSc(Computer
Sc.), candidates must have to secure at least 50% in Mathematics, as well as 60% in aggregate in 12th level. For
admission to 5-year integrated MSc, candidates must have to secure at least 60% in respective subject, as well as
50% in aggregate in 12th level.
Candidates who are appearing 12th Board examination in 2015, may also apply, who has secured 50% Marks in
aggregate in Madhyamik/equivalent exam. However, their admission will be cancelled if they fail to secure the
above mentioned criteria.

2.

B 01 to B 03: Candidates appearing for 5-year integrated M.A. in English must have studied English having at least 100
Marks in total and has to secure at least 45% in the Subject and the candidates appearing for 5-year integrated M.Sc. in
Geography must have studied Geography with at least 100 Marks in total and has to secure at least 45% in the Subject in
the final examination of the 10+2 pattern. Candidates appearing for 5-year integrated MBA must have to secure 45%
in the aggregate in the final examination in 10+2 pattern in any branch from any recognized board.

3.

C 01 to C 11 (except C7, MJMC): Candidates who have passed the final examination of the three-year degree
programme with 45% marks in concerned Honours/Major subject from any recognized University may apply.
Candidates who have passed Part I and Part II examinations by 2014 with at least 45% marks or equivalent grade
taken together in respective Honours/Major subjects from any recognized University are also eligible to appear for
AUAT-2015. However, their admission will be cancelled if they fail to secure an aggregate of 45% marks in the final
result of the Degree Programme and also to produce the Mark Sheet/Grade Card at the time of Admission.

4.

For C 07 (MJMC): Candidates should have either passed with Honours/Major in any subjects with at least 45% marks
or should be appearing Part III examination of 2015 in the any subject as Honours/Major from any UGC recognized
university securing at least 45% of marks in Part I and Part II examinations taken in together .

5.

For D 01: Candidates must have taken Arabic with at least 100 Marks in total in the final examination of the 10+2
pattern securing at least 45% in Arabic.

6.

For D 02: Candidates must have passed with at least 45% in Fazil Examination.

7.

For E01: Candidates must have passed Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Computer Science and
Electronics & Telecommunication branches) with 60% in aggregate. Candidates appearing in the final examination
must have secure 45% (average) in 1st to 5th semesters of Diploma Engg.

8.

For D 03: Candidates who have passed the final examination of the three-year degree programme with 45% marks
in concerned Honours/Major (MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, ECONOMICS (with Mathematics), COMPUTER SCIENCE or
STATISTICS ) subject from any recognized University may apply.
Candidates who have passed Part I and Part II examinations by 2014 with at least 45% marks or equivalent grade
taken together in respective Honours/Major subjects from any recognized University are also eligible to appear for
AUAT-2015. However, their admission will be cancelled if they fail to secure an aggregate of 45% marks in the final
result of the Degree Programme and also to produce the Mark Sheet/Grade Card at the time of Admission.

N.B. Securing 45% marks in H.S. or Equivalent Examinations or in Honours./Major examination in the concerned subject
and producing the Mark Sheet/Grade Card accordingly are mandatory for Admission to Aliah University through AUAT-2015
failing which the admission will be cancelled.

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For candidates belonging to PC category, eligibility criteria are relaxed by 5% in their Qualifying Examination. The Percentage
of marks awarded by the Board will be treated as final. If the Board does not award the percentage of marks, for Course
Code A 01, B 01 to B 03, D 01 and D 02 it has to be calculated on the basis of the best four combinations (Excluding ENVS).
For Course Code C 01 to C 11 and D 03, it will be calculated based on the marks obtained in Hons./Major subjects listed in
the marks- sheet. If any Board awards only letter grades without providing an equivalent percentage of marks on the grade
sheet, the candidate should obtain a certificate from the Board specifying the equivalent marks and submit it to the authority.
Regarding his/her eligibility, the decision of AUAT-2015 Committee shall be final.
7.3 Important Notes
1.

All admissions will be provisional for those candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in the year
2015. Admission through AUAT-2015 will stand cancelled if the proof of having passed the Qualifying Examination,
as per the eligibility criteria specified in Section 7.2 is not submitted to the AUAT oce on the date of Admission to
Aliah University.

2.

All admissions are subject to verification of facts from the original certificates/documentations of the candidates. If
an applicant is found ineligible at a later date even after admission to a course, his/her admission will be cancelled.
The decision of the authority regarding the eligibility of any applicant shall be final.

7.4 Age Limit


For Course Code A 01, A 02, B 01 to B 03, D 01 and D 02 maximum age limit is 22 years as on 01-07-2015. For
CourseCode C 01 to C 11, and D 03 (except C 07 and C 08) maximum age limit is 25 years as on 01.07.2015.
For Course Code C 07, and C 08, the maximum age limit is 35 years as on 01.07.2015.
SPONSORRED CANDIDATES: Candidates working in dierent govt./private organization may apply for E 01, C 07,
and C 08 programmes. There is no age limit for such candidates. However, they have to apply through proper
channel.
7.5 Physical Fitness
All qualified candidates may be required to submit a Physical Fitness Certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner in the
prescribed format that will be made available to them at an appropriate time. They will be admitted only if they are physically
fit for pursuing a course of study at Aliah University.

8. CENTRES OF AUAT-2015
Possible Test Venues: AUAT-2015 for Course Code A 01, B 01 to B 03, C 01 to C 11, D 01 to D 03 & E 01 will be conducted
only at a few strategically located towns in West Bengal as listed below. Candidate has to choose any two centres as first and
second choice.
City/Town

District

State

Kolkata

Kolkata

West Bengal

Barasat

24 Pgs (N)

West Bengal

Bashirhat

24 Pgs (N)

Baruipur

City/Town

State

Birbhum

West Bengal

Berhampore

Murshidabad

West Bengal

West Bengal

Malda

Malda

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West Bengal

Raiganj

Dinajpur (N)

West Bengal

Kamarkundu

Hoogly

West Bengal

Siliguri

Darjeeling

West Bengal

Arambagh

Hooghly

West Bengal

Cooch Behar

Cooch Behar

West Bengal

Medinipur Town

Medinipur (W)

West Bengal

Ranchi

Jharkhand

Krishnanagar

Nadia

West Bengal

Patna

Bihar

Burdwan

Bardhaman

West Bengal

Guwahati

Assam

Bankura

West Bengal

Agartala

Tripura

Bankura

Suri

District

West Bengal

Option of a Candidate for a particular centre may or may not be allocated to that center. However, he/she will be allocated
a nearby centre.

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If a city/town will not have sucient number of Candidates, then the city/town will not be selected as a
centre. The candidate who chose this centres, will be allocated to the next nearby centre.

9. ADMIT CARD
Candidates have to download and print their admit cards from the University website by logging in by putting their
application form number (user id) and date of birth (password) after 06.04.2015. No admit card will be sent to the respective
candidates.
The Admit Card will bear the Name, Photograph, Signature, Date of Birth, Address, and Category of the candidate along with
Name and Address of the Examination Centre allocated. The candidate should carefully examine the Admit Card received by
him/her for all the entries made therein. In case of any discrepancy, the candidate should inform the AUAT oce immediately.

10. SELECTION PROCESS


10.1 Ranking and Admission
A list of Successful candidates appearing dierent programmes of AUAT2015 will be displayed separately on the University
website: www.aliah.ac.in on the basis of scores in the written test. Separate list of successful candidates will also be prepared for
the Physically Challenged (PC) candidates and Other state (OS) candidates. Admission to dierent programmes will be made
through counseling according to the rank in the merit list.
The admission oered at the counseling is only a provisional admission, the candidature of a candidate will be automatically
cancelled, if he/she does not satisfy the eligibility criteria. (Refer section 7)
Note: There will be a common merit list for all B. Tech, Integrated MSc in Comp. Sc. and MCA programmes. Successful
Candidates have to appear for Counseling at stipulated date and time and they will be oered their desired course (B. Tech
or MCA or MSc in Comp. Sc.) according to their rank in the merit list.
There will be Separate merit lists for each 5-year Integrated M.Sc. Programmes (Except MSc in Comp. Sc.). Successful
Candidates have to appear for Counseling at stipulated date and time and they will be oered their desired programme.
If a candidate applies in A 01 category, his/her name may appear in all the merit lists of Engineering, MSc Physics, MSc
Chemistry, MSc Mathematics and MSc Statistics, if successful. However, He/she will have to choose any ONE programme at
the counseling. As soon as he/she choose a particular programme, his/her name will be automatically withdrawn from the
merit lists of other programmes (if any)
All the 2 year MA/MSc, 3 year MCA, Theology, Arabic, and 5 year Integrated MA (English, Geography), MBA programme,
separate merit lists for each programme will be published. If a candidate is selected in more than one programme, he/she
has to choose any one among them.
IF A CANDIDATE FAILS TO APPEAR AT THE COUNSELING VENUE AT STIPULATED TIME, THE ADMISSION WILL BE OFFERED
TO THE CANDIDATE NEXT IN RANK, SUCH CANDIDATES CAN ONLY BE RE-APPEAR AFTER THE FULL EXHAUSTION OF THE LIST
(SECOND LIST, IF REQUIRED).
Successful candidates, who has appeared their qualifying examination in 2015, and whos final result will have been
published by the date of counseling, but could not secure marks of minimum eligibility, will not be allowed to enter the
counseling venue.
Successful appearing candidates, whos final result will have not been published by the date of counseling, will be allotted a
conditional admission. He/She must produce the final result with satisfying eligibility within a month of admission, otherwise
his/her admission will be cancelled.
10.2 Verification of Identity and Counselling
The main purpose of asking the qualified candidates to appear in person for the counselling is to verify their identity and
to allot them to various courses. Hence the candidates must bring their Admit Cards and various other documents for
verification of their identity of Age, Marks-sheet of Qualifying Examination, and Category (for PC), all in original with one
attested photocopies of each. On failing to establish the authenticity of any of the above documents, the candidate will not
be considered and requisite admission fees as verified in the University website www.aliah.ac.in.

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11. PERFORMANCE IN AUAT-2015


The machine gradable Optical Response Sheets (ORS) are graded and scrutinized with extreme care. There is no provision for
re-totaling. No photocopies of the Machine Gradable Sheets will be made available.
12. OTHER INFORMATION RELATED TO APPLICATION FORM
12.1

Where and How to Send The Confirmation Sheet

After submitting the online application successfully, a confirmation sheet / Application pdf bearing the full application
summery with the photo and signature of the candidate will be generated by the system. Candidates have to print the
confirmation sheet, and send it with the photocopies of all the testimonials (Marks sheets, Age proof, proof of PC/OS if
applicable) to the University address.
Candidates have to send the Confirmation sheet to the University oce by speed post/Registered Post in the address given
below:
The Chairman AUAT -2015, Aliah University, New Town Campus, Action Area - II, Kolkata- 700 156 .
12.2 Deadline for Receipt of the Confirmation Sheet
The last date for receipt of the Confirmation sheet/Application pdf at Aliah University is 27.03.2015. Any application received
after this date will not be accepted. Any delay in online form fill up by the candidate will not be considered as a valid reason for
the late submission of the confirmation sheet/application pdf after the deadline. The University will not accept responsibility
for any postal delay or irregularity or loss during postal transit.
12.3 Admit Card
Regarding the generation of valid admit card, the applicant are instructed to follow the University Website from 1st week
of April,2015. After the admits have been generated, a candidate can log in with his/her application number (which is
generated at the time of application and will be sent to the candidate at the mobile number/e mail id provided at the time
of application) as user id, and Date of Birth as password to view / print his/her admit card.
12.4 Fee Structure
For details of the current Fees for dierent programmes of the University please visit the website http://www.aliah.ac.in/
fees & scholarship.

13. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS


Candidates are instructed to visit the Website of Aliah University http://www.aliah.ac.in and http://www.aliahadmission.
com
1.

Fill-up the NAME, CHOICE OF CENTRE,CHOICE OF PROGRAMME ,DATE OF BIRTH, YEAR OF PASSING AND
PERCENTAGE OF MARKS very carefully. If a candidate is appearing in the H.S/qualifying examination, he/she must
NOT enter any percentage of marks. Enter the year and percentage of marks of 10th class only.
Similarly, if a candidate appearing in the graduation examination, he/she must NOT enter any percentage of marks
of graduation. Enter the year and percentage of marks of Part - I and Part - II , and aggregate Marks.

2.

Photograph and signature must be maintained in proper pixel and aspect ratio.

3.

For Choice of Centre: Proper selection of centres to be made.

4.

For Choice of Programme: Please Give the code number for your desired subject only (refer section 2 of this
information brochure)

5.

You are advised to ensure the correctness of your complete mailing address, PINCODE, e-mail address and
mobile number. Please note that the University will not be responsible if you cannot be reached due to incomplete
or illegible address, email, or mobile number.

6. Options given in the Application cannot, in general, be changed at later stage.


7. The cost of the application is non-refundable.

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8. Select the choice of codes for programmes for which you intend to appear at AUAT-2015.
9. Select the centers in order of your preference
Final decision regarding allotment of the centre for AUAT-2015 will be taken by the authority.
10. Request for change of Test Centre will not be entertained.
11. Candidates are cautioned against falling prey to any assurance/oer by any individual/agency for all sorts
of Admission to Aliah University.
N.B. No donation or capitation fee is required to be paid for admission to any course oered by
the University.

15. IMPORTANT DATES


Availability of Application Forms:
Online submission

02.02.2015 (Monday) 20.03.2015 (Friday)

Last Date of Receiving confirmation sheet by post/ by hand

27.03.2015 (Friday)

Online availability of Admit Cards:

06.04.2015 (Monday)

Examination Date for AUAT-2015

10.05.2015 (Sunday)

JEE (Main)/WBJEE successful candidates can apply (only for B Tech


course):

01.06.2015 (Monday) - 22.06.2015 (Monday)


[10 AM 3 PM]

Admission Procedure for 4-year B.Tech., 5-year Integrated, 2-year M.A./M.Sc. and 3 year B.A. Programme
Publication of Merit List of AUAT 2015

02.06.2015 (Tuesday)

Publication of Merit List for WBJEE/JEE (Main) successful applicants 24.06.2015 (Wednesday)
First round of counseling

10.06.2015(Wednesday) 27.06.2015(Sunday)

Counselling for WBJEE/JEE (Main) successful applicants

27.06.2015 (Saturday)

Classes starts from

01.07.2015(Wednesday)

nd

2 round of counseling (for vacant seats)

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30.07.2015(Thursday) 02.08.2015(Sunday)