Registration/Admission Open into BBA , BCA , ASPSM & B.Lib.Info.Sc.Courses,Session : 2014-15.Last Date of Admission is 14th August 2014.

Admissions

 ADMISSION NOTICE


 

The Department of Professional/Vocational Courses ,Science campus, A. S. College, Deoghar  ( A Constituent College of Sido Kanho Murmu University ,Dumka) is happy to announce the commencement of the 7th Session (2014-2017) of its Self Finance Career Oriented three year undergraduate courses in Business Administration (B.B.A ), Computer Application (B.C.A.), Advertising ,Sales Promotion & Sales Management (A.S.P.&S.M.) /ADD-ON Course in Computer Application & 5thBatch in one year B.Lib.&Inf.Sc. course. The said Self Finance Vocational Courses are approved & the bachelor degree is awarded by the Sido-Kanho-Murmu University ,DUMKA which is Situated in the tribal dominated area of Santal Parganas and with its headquarters at Dumka, the second capital of Jharkhand, Siddhu Kanhu University (SKU), now known as Sido Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU), was established with effect from 10th January, 1992 by an Act of Bihar Legislative Assembly published in the Bihar Gazette (Ext. Ord.) dated 05 March, 1992. [Ref. Bihar Universities (Amendment) Act 1991 Bihar Act, 1992] The university has been named as "Sido Kanhu Murmu University" (SKMU) by an amendment made in the section 3(1) of the Jharkhand State Universities Act 2000 (Amendment) vide Notification No. LG - 16/2002 - 15/Leg. dated 06.05.2003 published in the Jharkhand Gazette (Ext. Ordinary Edn.). It was carved out from Bhagalpur University now known as Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University. The university was recognized by and affiliated to the Association of Indian Universities vide its letter no. Meet/67 - AM/93/20588 dated 06.05.1993. It was granted recognition under Section 12 (B) of the UGC Act, 1956 in May, 2007.

Seats Available in A.S.College,Deoghar
 
Course Name
No. Of seats per year/Semester
B.C.A.
60
B.B.A.
60
A.S.P.&S.M.
60
B.Lib& Info.Sc.
35
ADD-ON
Students can offer graduation and ADD-ON simultaneously


Eligibility for Admission in Professional/ Vocational Courses:
 

Course Name
Eligibility Criteria
B.C.A.
(Three year  Undergraduate Course in Computer Application)
Candidate who have passed I.Sc. or 10+2 with Mathematics & minimum 45% marks in aggregate from any recognised board.
B.B.A.
(Three year  Undergraduate Course in Business Administration)
Candidate who have passed I.Sc./I.A./I.Com. or 10+2 with minimum 45% marks in aggregate from any recognised board.
A.S.P. & S.M.
(Three year  Undergraduate Course in Advertising,Sales Promotion and Sales Management)
Candidate who have passed I.Sc./I.A./I.Com. or 10+2 with minimum 45% marks in aggregate from any recognised board.
B.Lib& Info.Sc.
(Two Semesters =one year Bachelor in Library& Information Science)
For Candidate who have passed B.Sc./B.A./B.Com. with minimum 45% marks in aggregate from any UGC recognised University.

ADD-ON
Students can offer graduation and ADD-ON simultaneously


 
Application form & Prospectus/Brochure :-It can be obtained from the office of Department of Vocational Courses from 7 AM to 2 PM, Science Campus , A.S.College, Deoghar on payment of Rs.300/-in cash.

Important Dates:-
  • Sale of Prospectus/Brochure : from   20th January 2014
  • Registration cum Counselling :- From 20th  January 2014
  • Admission into Course After Recommendation of Admission cum Counselling Committee :- From 21st May 2014.
  • Induction /Orientation Programme for the students in D-I : 14 th July 2014 at 8AM in New Hall -1 , Campus -II , A.S.College, Deoghar.
  • Classes begins:- From 16th July 2014 from 7AM as per Master Routine.

For Academic Counselling: Please visit Department’s Office from 7 AM to 11AM at Campus-2, Science Block, Satsang Nagar A.S.College , Deoghar       

For more details please visit also at www.depttofvocationalcoursesascollege.blogspot.com
                 

                                Prof. Gaurab Gangopadhyay
      Prof. in charge cum Director , A.S.College,Deoghar

Latest News:-

 ए.एस. कालेज, देवघर से बीसीए की विश्‍वविद्यालय टॉपर शिल्पी को मुख्य अतिथि महामहिम राष्ट्रपति ने गोल्ड मेडल प्रदान किया

Shilpi ,BCA Topper in Sido Kanho Murmu University , Dumka , Student (Session 2008-11),Department of BCA , A.S.College, Deoghar , receiving Gold Medal from The Chief Guest President Pranab Mukherjee in Fourth Convocation of Sido Kanho Murmu University, Dumka on 29-04-2013.
Along with Shilpi , Sujata Ghosh of Department of Advertisment,Sales Promotion & Sales Management (ASP&SM),also received Gold Medal for being University Topper from A.S.College, Deoghar
Congratulations to all of our University Toppers !


                                           UGC Public Notice
On Study/Exam Centres of State / Deemed / Private Universities beyond their territorial jurisdiction
 
Dear Parents / Guardians / Students , (Santhal Pargana ,Jharkhand)
                 Please be careful of various courses run by  Open/ Private/Deemed /Distance Education /State Universities established or incorporated by or under a State Act other than Jharkhand state who shall operate only within the territorial jurisdiction allotted to it under its state  Act and in no case beyond the territory of the state  of its location but are operating  in  Dumka,Deoghar , Jamtara, Godda, Pakur Sahibganj Districts of the tribal dominated area of Santal Parganas which is under the territorial jurisdiction of Sido Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU) with its headquarters at Dumka, the second capital of Jharkhand, Siddhu Kanhu University (SKU), now known as Sido Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU), was established with effect from 10th January, 1992 by an Act of Bihar Legislative Assembly published in the Bihar Gazette (Ext. Ord.) dated 05 March, 1992. [Ref. Bihar Universities (Amendment) Act 1991 Bihar Act, 1992] The university has been named as "Sido Kanhu Murmu University" (SKMU) by an amendment made in the section 3(1) of the Jharkhand State Universities Act 2000 (Amendment) vide Notification No. LG - 16/2002 - 15/Leg. dated 06.05.2003 published in the Jharkhand Gazette (Ext. Ordinary Edn.). It was carved out from Bhagalpur University now known as Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University. The university was recognized by and affiliated to the Association of Indian Universities vide its letter no. Meet/67 - AM/93/20588 dated 06.05.1993. It was granted recognition under Section 12 (B) of the UGC Act, 1956 in May, 2007.
"University Grants Commission (UGC ), New Delhi issued a Public Notice on this regard , You are requested to read it carefully & verify  various rules & regulations  hosted on UGC website www.ugc.ac.in before you are trapped by mushrooming Study Centres/ So Called affiliated Colleges /Courses/fake Claims  where not only future of your ward but your hard earned money is also at stake ."

 
 
 
For Example :-
 
1.Territorial Jurisdiction of Gulbarga University and their affiliated Colleges:--

Gulbarga University was established in 1980 by an Act of Karnataka State. Its jurisdiction extends to the five districts of Gulbarga, Bidar, Raichur, Bellary and Koppal of Hyderabad Karnataka. Earlier it was a post-graduate centre of Karnatak University, Dharwad since 1970. The main campus is situated on a 860 acres of land, 6 kilo meters east of Gulbarga city. It has 38 post-graduate departments and 4 post-graduate centres located at Krishnadevarayanagar, Bellary, Raichur and Bidar. 

As per UGC Public Notice  No. F.27-1/2012 (CPP-II), dated 27th June 2013a University established or incorporated by or under a State Act shall operate only within the territorial jurisdiction allotted to it under its Act and in no case beyond the territory of the state of its location.


Copy of letter by The Director, Admn, DEB
                                                                                                                              F.No. DEB/QMC/2013
                                                                                                                                   23.8.2013
To
The Vice Chancellors/ Directors
Directorate SOUs/DEIs/DDEs
 
Subject: Territorial jurisdiction & offering of programmes through off campus/ Study centres etc by Institutions/Universities- reg.,
Sir/Madam,
1. The University Grants Commission has from time to time been notifying its policy on territorial jurisdiction and offering of programmes through off campuses/centres/Study centres by Universities/Institutions. Recently vide its Public Notice No. F.27-1/2012 (CPP-II), dated 27th June 2013 (copy enclosed), UGC has notified its policy on territorial jurisdiction to be followed by all Universities/Institutions including Open and Distance Learning Institutions, which is as under:
i) a Central or State Government University can conduct courses on its own departments, its constituent colleges and/or through its affiliated colleges;
ii) a University established or incorporated by or under a State Act shall operate only within the territorial jurisdiction allotted to it under its Act and in no case beyond the territory of the state of its location;
iii) the private universities and deemed universities cannot affiliate any college or institution for conducting courses leading to award of its diplomas, degrees or other qualifications;
iv) no university, whether central, state, private or deemed, can offer its programmes through franchising arrangement with private coaching institutions even for the purpose of conducting courses through distance mode;
v) all universities shall award only such degrees as are specified by the UGC and published in the official gazette;
vi) the universities shall conduct their first degrees and Master’s degree programmes in accordance with the regulations notified by the UGC in this regard.
2. The UGC has also issued regulations relating to Private Universities and deemed universities which should be strictly followed by the concerned University. A copy of these regulations are hosted on UGC website www.ugc.ac.in.
 3. However, it has come to the UGC that some Universities are offering programmes through distance mode without approval of UGC/ erstwhile DEC and several Universities/Institutions have opened their Study centres in violation of the policy of UGC and erstwhile DEC on territorial jurisdiction, Some Institutions are giving misleading advertisements in newspapers and other public media that the programmes offered by these Institutions are approved by the UGC. The same is not permissible by UGC and should be immediately stopped.
4. Therefore, all Universities/Institutions are hereby requested to offer only those programmes which are approved by UGC/erstwhile DEC and follow the policy of UGC on territorial jurisdiction, Study centres, and non-franchising of Study centres for offering programmes through distance mode. The activities at the Study centre such as admission, examination, conduct of Personal Conduct Programmes (PCPs) etc should be operated by the concerned University. Study centres can not conduct examinations on their own nor can they award degree/diploma etc. No sub-letting of study centres should be allowed and any such centre opened by any University/Institution would be in violation of the UGC policy.
5. The UGC/erstwhile DEC has not given approval to any University for opening of ODL study centres outside India. Thus, any such centre opened by any University must be immediately closed. Universities/Institutions are also requested to close down any Study centre opened in violation of above policy. Also any programme not recognized by the UGC/ erstwhile DEC and wherever necessary by other Apex regulatory bodies, should not be offered through distance mode.This issues with the approval of the competent authority.
 
( Vikram Sahay)
Director, Admn.
 
 
Copy to,
1. Secretary, Dept of Higher Education, Govt of all States and Union Territories of India
2. Member Secretary, All India Council of Technical Education, 7th Floor, Chanderlok
building, Janpath, New Delhi 110 001.
3. Shri Anant Kumar Singh, Joint Secretary, Govt of India, Dept of Higher Education,
MHRD, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-110 015.
4. Concerned file
5. Guard File
6. Webmaster for uploading on UGC website .
 
 
2..Public Notice By the Registrar , EIILM University,Sikkim.
 





Recognition Policy of the Distance Education Council (DEC)
Recognition Status

I.              Provisional Recognition

II.            Continuance of Provisional Recognition

III.           Post Facto Recognition

IV.          Regular Recognition

V.           Territorial Jurisdiction

VI.          Approvals to Study Centers

I. Provisional Recognition
The Distance Education Council (DEC) gives provisional recognition to Universities/ Institutions who apply to DEC for offering programmes through distance education mode. Provisional recognition is accorded to Institutions that satisfy the minimum criteria prescribed by DEC for starting or for offering programmes in distance mode. Provisional recognition certifies or provides the authority to offer programmes in distance mode.
The DEC maintains that all programmes are to be approved by the statutory bodies of the university and also by other regulatory bodies in the country, wherever required. Further it is the responsibility of the Institution concerned to take any such approval.
Provisional Recognition is an interim measure provided to the institutions for a period of one year.

 II. Continuance of Provisional Recognition
Such Institutions which are given provisional recognition and subsequently apply to DEC for Regular recognition are given continuation of the recognition till the Expert Committee visits the Institution, and the decision is taken regarding its regular recognition.

III. Post Facto Recognition

Post facto recognition is accorded to ODL Institutions that were offering programmes in distance mode prior to the establishment of DEC and before the introduction of the Recognition Scheme by DEC in 2003. Post Facto recognition is accorded to such institutions who apply to DEC seeking post facto recognition. For such institutions, Post Facto recognition is accorded in view of the demand from their students and also from the employers in the light of the Gazette Notification No. 44 of the Govt. of India dated 1st March 1995. The Post Facto recognition is accorded to such institutions only from 1st March 1995 or from the date of commencement of Distance Education programmes which ever is later.

IV. Regular Recognition
It is mandatory for all ODL Institutions to apply to DEC for regular recognition of their Institution as well as their programmes offered through distance mode. The regular recognition is valid for a minimum period of 3 years and a maximum period of 5 years.

V. Territorial Jurisdiction
The Distance Education Council has decided not to insist on territorial jurisdiction to be followed by institutions in offering programmes through distance and online modes and on that matter, universities should be governed by their own Acts and Statutes.

VI. Approvals to Study centres
The DEC does not consider giving approvals to Study centres of any distance education institution as opening of Study centres and Regional centres is an internal policy matter of the institution/ university concerned, as per the provision in their own Act/ Statutes.

Current Status Course Wise for Different Universities offering Distance Education can be checked at following link:-- http://www.dec.ac.in/Documents/currentstatus.pdf


                 Public Notice on Private Universities
It has come to the notice of the University Grants Commission that some of the State Private Universities have affiliated colleges and started off-campus centre(s) in violation of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulation, 2003 and against the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court in case of Prof. Yash Pal & Others vs. State of Chhattisgarh & Others. Some of these Universities are running these Centres on franchising basis also which is not allowed.
The public at large and the student community in particular are therefore informed that as per the information available with the UGC as on date, there are following 170 Private Universities established by the Acts of the Legislatures of different States:-
http://www.ugc.ac.in/privatuniversity.aspx
These 170 Universities are competent to award degrees as specified by UGC under Section 22 of the UGC Act with the approval of the statutory councils, wherever required through their main campus. Wherever the approval of the statutory council is not a pre-requisite to start a programme, the Universities are required to maintain the minimum standards regarding academic and physical infrastructure as laid down by the concerned statutory council.
It is also informed that Private Universities cannot affiliate an institution/college. They cannot establish off campus centre(s) beyond the territorial jurisdiction of the concerned State. However, they can establish off-campus centre(s) within the concerned State after their existence of five years and with the prior approval of the University Grants Commission. So far, UGC has not approved any off campus centre(s) of any Private University.
Course(s) under distance mode can be started by the private university only after the prior approval of the UGC-AICTE and DEC joint Committee for which Director, Distance Education Council, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110068 is the coordinator.
Students/Public at large are advised to go through this website carefully at the time of taking admission and should clarify the status of the University from UGC before taking admission in any Private University other than those listed above
Further, para 3.7 & 3.8 of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulations, 2003 are reproduced below for information of all the Private Universities: -
3.7. A private University shall provide all the relevant information relating to the first degree and post-graduate degree/diploma programme(s) including the curriculum structure, contents, teaching and learning process, examination and evaluation system and the eligibility criteria for admission of students, to the UGC on a proforma prescribed by the UGC prior to starting of these programmes.
3.8. The UGC on detailed examination of the information made available as well as the representations and grievances received by it from the students as well as concerned public relating to the deficiencies of the proposed programme(s) not conforming to various UGC Regulations, shall inform the concerned University about any shortcomings in respect of conformity to relevant regulations, for rectification. The University shall offer the programme(s) only after necessary rectification.
               
Secretary
UGC, New Delhi