Barring of Admissions

  1. If any candidate is found guilty of indiscipline in the last session, or found guilty of using unfair means or misconduct during the examination, he/she shall not be given admission.
  2. The students caught in the university examination using unfair means, shall not be admitted to the college even after the end of the punishment.
  3. The students who have participated in any strike, movement or demonstration, in the knowledge of the principal or the disciplinary committee, shall not be admitted to the college.
  4. The student who is a criminal in the police records, or is involved in a criminal case, is not eligible for admission.
  5. The student who has completed the attendance in one educational session, and has not taken the examination (he/she has dropped), or has got failed in the examination, shall not be given regular admission to the same class.
  6. Till the candidate who has passed a part of the graduation examination from some other university gets the recommendation from the subject related Coordinator for the Board of Studies and the Dean of the faculty, and sanction of the admission committee, he/she won't be granted the admission. This facility is not available for post graduation courses.
  7. No candidate who has passed the graduation examination from other university in one sitting/Abib-Kamil examination from Jamia-e-Urdu, Aligarh/Sahitya Sammelan, Prayag (Allahabad), is eligible for admission to any of the courses of this college; but the candidates who have passed the Madhyama and Shastri examination (with English) from Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varanasi, are eligible for admission to BA/MA Sanskrit course.
  8. The candidate, who has already got the PG degree through regular or private course, is not permitted to take admission in any other regular course (except M Ed).
  9. Admission shall not be granted to other higher class after a gap of two years. But the candidates of practical subjects using unfair means shall be given the additional time (years) for which they have been barred from the examination.
  10. The candidate, who has passed any year of graduation privately, shall not be given admission to the next year of regular course.