Under Graduate Programs:
A candidate who has passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or an equivalent examination of any other statutory Board or University with English as a passing subject shall be eligible for admission to the Under Graduate Courses. It may however be noted that any of the subjects in optional / special subjects may be discontinued, or medium of instruction may be restricted at the discretion of the Principal, depending upon students’ response.
UG Courses Offered at M.J. College
|Vocational||B.Voc in Green House Technology|
B.Voc in Printing Technology
Eligibility is obtained from the North Maharashtra University. The students of S.Y. & T.Y. classes should attach the attested copy of mark sheet of the previous examination to the admission form. External students of other University are not eligible for admission.
Students from other colleges with the jurisdiction of N.M. University must produce T.C. at the time of admission in this college. Such students will have to obtain a written permission from University for the change of college
Normally no change is allowed in the subject once offered by a student. However any change in the subject can exceptionally be allowed by the authorities only on payment of fees of Rs. 50/-. The last date for allowing the change in subject / faculty is notified separately on the notice board.
No student can claim, by right, admission to the college; the authorities can refuse admission to any student without giving any reason.
University Eligibility Procedure
Every student seeking admission to any graduate or postgraduate course of North Maharashtra University , for the first time is required to obtain Eligibility from University. A student has to apply in prescribed form and pay the prescribed fees to obtain Eligibility.
Following documents are required to be submitted along with the prescribed application form Original mark sheet (for other University students)
It will be the responsibility of the student to see that his eligibility certificate and other certificates are secured by him from the previous University / college and that they are produced to the college along with eligibility certificate form before the prescribed date.
College shall not be responsible for any consequences of non-grant of eligibility by the University.
Students are advised to take note of notices at the appropriate time.
Procedure for payment of Fees
The student can pay the fees through different branches of Bank of Maharashtra or Jalgaon People’s Co-op. Bank Ltd., Jalgaon. These two banks are official bankers for the College. For the payment in Bank of Maharashtra following instructions are to be observed-
Fees from student deposited at the Branches in Jalgaon will be accepted by challans.
Fees from student outside Jalgaon may remit their fees from any bank branch by NEFT or RTGS where this facility is available.
Where the facility of NEFT / RTGS is not available student will have to deposit their fees as per prevailing practice of the College.
Fees deposited at CBS enabled branches and remitted by NEFT / RTGS will be credited on the day of deposit.
The other general instructions for payment of fees are as under: For such payment every student must fill in Challan in quadruplicate and get it countersigned by the concerned Clerk.
The amount of fees must be paid on the same day on which the Clerk has countersigned the Challan.
Student should submit part ‘C’ of Challan along with other relevant documents in the office and retain part ‘D’ for is record.
Refund of Fees
For Undergraduate Students : Vide circular No. 126/2003 from North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon refund of fees shall be as under.
If a student leaves the college within 15 days from the date of his/her admission, total amount of fees will be refunded.
If a student leaves the college from 15 to 30 days from the date of his/her admission, only tuition fee will be refunded. However 20% fee will be deducted from other fees.
If a student leaves the college after 30 days from the date of his/her admission, refund of any kind of fees will not be given.
For EBC students and wards of primary teachers and freedom fighters, deposits will not be refunded if such a student leaves the college after 15 days from taking admission.
For Post Graduate Students : Refund of fees shall be as under vide circular No. 127/2004 dated 3rd June 2004
In an event of a student cancelling his/her admission within a period of seven days from the date of his/her admission, deduction to the tune of 10% of total amount of tuition fees in addition to the amount of Rs. 500/- will be made.
In an event of a student cancelling his/her admission within a period of 15 days from the date of his/her admission, deduction to the tune of 25% of total amount of tuition fees in addition to the amount of Rs.500/- mentioned above will be made.
In an event of a students cancelling his/her admission after 15 days from the date of admission, refund towards any kind of fees will not be given.
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