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FOREWORD
With the approaching Academic Session, once again, we look back at the last academic session with the sense of
satisfaction in which a number of developments took place. The college has been able to achieve much of what was
initiated long back, with financial support from the UGC. Amenities for collection and production of E-Learning
material at the Undergraduate level through our fully functional Content Collection Centre was made available for
the students and this Centre was also involved in developing the much needed learning material with the help of a
well equipped Audio-Visual Studio, having the State-of-the-Art technology. A Central Server Room for the storage
and dissemination of E-Learning material was established. With the entire campus Wi-Fi enabled, the College is now
fully equipped to become an E-Learning hub.
The Central Library of the college is well furnished with a seating capacity of around 200 students, an open direct
access system and an e-library with 20 computers with internet facility. Facilities for photocopying and printing are
also available in the library. Through the N-LIST programme more than one lakh E-Books and 3000 E-Journals have
been made available.
The college in this academic session has taken the initiative to promote the “KAUSHAL VIKAS” programme of the
Government of India and has established an Institute for Skill Development (ISD). This Institute is the Nodal Centre
for all the Post Graduate Diploma Programmes, Advanced Diploma Programmes, Diploma Programmes, Advanced
Certificate Programmes and Certificate Programmes. In addition to this the Institute is also involved with the
Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc.) course for which the college has got the University permission to run a Degree
programme. This Institute is also providing the necessary information regarding the courses that are running under
the UGC scheme of Community College.
The long pending proposal of the college to start Post Graduate and new Under Graduate courses, on the strength of
being an autonomous college of the university, got boost when the new Vice-chancellor of the University, Prof. R. L.
Hangloo accepted the commitment made by the University to the University Grants Commission to allow the College
to function as per UGC Guidelines for Autonomous Colleges, and as per the provisions of the UGC Guidelines
approved the long pending proposal of the college for introduction of new UG and PG courses, which was also
approved by the Academic Council of University of Allahabad, for which the College will remain ever thankful to our
Hon‟ble Vice Chancellor, Prof. R. L. Hangloo and all the members of the Academic Council of the University of
Allahabad. As per approval by the University, the College is starting Post Graduate Courses both in Arts and Science
stream, as well as B. Com. and B.C.A. from this year, as per the initial proposal, which are already approved by the
Academic Council of the College.
Ewing Christian College, Allahabad, an autonomous, constituent minority college of the Allahabad University, in
keeping with its vision, which is “Educate to Challenge and to Change”, invites all the students to join the college for
a holistic development comprising of academics, sports and skill.
DR. M. MASSEY
PRINCIPAL
COLLEGE PROFILE
Ewing Christian College was founded in the year 1902 by Dr. Arthur H. Ewing, a missionary who was its first
Principal. The College Campus is located on the Northern Bank of Jamuna River about 3 Km. away from the Sangam
and about 4 Km. from the Railway Station. The College is a Christian Minority Educational Institution and controlled
by the Ewing Christian College Society, consisting of the Bishop of Lucknow Diocese of the Church of North India
and other Indian Christian representatives.
Ewing Christian College as an Autonomous Associated College since 1994, is now an autonomous constituent college
of the University of Allahabad. The University Grants Commission (UGC) and the University of Allahabad, under the
UGC Scheme of Autonomous Colleges have allowed the College to formulate its own courses of studies and evaluate
its own students separately. The Degree is awarded by the University of Allahabad. The College faculty, therefore,
after great deliberations and careful planning has developed courses of studies most appropriate under the prevailing
circumstances.
Several self-financed vocational courses namely –Electronics, Computer Application, Biotechnology, Microbiology,
Biophysics, B. Com., BCA and degree programmes of B.Voc. have been introduced as degree subjects / courses.
Several Diploma programs (Computer Programming and Software Applications, Laboratory Technology, Business
Management and Administration, Leadership Development and Secretarial Practices) and some other compulsory
Certificate Programs have been started to impart technical skills to students to procure middle-level jobs or to start
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their own business after first degree. The timings of these programs are such as to enable students of the College to
enroll themselves without missing their classes.
Regular attendance (75%) in the class room has been made compulsory and Semester System of teaching and
evaluation has been introduced in the College since the academic session 2014-15, based on Choice-Based Credit
System (CBCS). Entire College programs, thus, have been oriented towards maintaining high academic standards,
acquisition of knowledge, skills and scientific temper rather than merely passing the examinations for a degree. The
medium of instruction is mostly English in Science. Teaching in Arts Faculty is done both in English and Hindi.
The large eco-friendly campus, well-equipped laboratories, libraries, health centre, prolific gardens, daily Chapel
services, games and sports and a host of other extra-curricular activities encourage students to develop a spirit of
enquiry and enrich their lives meaningfully. A modern Gymnasium, Women Cell with counseling as one of its
activities, Minority Coaching Centre with its Career Information Services, Student Union and Cafeteria etc. provide
excellent Student Support Services.
It is expected that students, seeking admission in this College will take admission, if selected, fully aware of its
Minority and Autonomous Status, and will be more interested in acquiring knowledge and skills by regularly
attending classes rather than merely for the purpose of passing the examinations for a Bachelor‟s Degree.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
The College is running B.A./B. Sc./B. Com./B.C.A./B. Voc. courses. The course duration is 3 years divided in 6
semesters. The courses offered are
B. A.: Three-subject combinations are on offer from the following subjects Hindi, English, Urdu, Sanskrit, Medieval History, Ancient History, Political Science, Philosophy, Geography,
Psychology, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics and Physical Education.
Subject Combination in Arts (B.A.)
Students can choose three subjects for study from the humanities stream and social science stream, with the
following conditions:
1. Mathematics and Statistics will be allowed only with Economics in B.A.
2. Not more than two literatures can be opted.
3. Physically Challenged students cannot opt for Physical Education.
a.
b.
Humanities Stream
Social Science Stream
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English Literature, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit
Philosophy, Psychology, Political Science, Economics,
Geography, Medieval History, Ancient History, Education, Physical Education
B. Sc.: Three-subject combinations are on offer from the following subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Statistics, Electronics, Computer Application, Biotechnology and
Microbiology
Subject combinations available in Science (B. Sc.) are:
In Biology Stream
1. Botany, Zoology, Chemistry (BZC)
2. Botany, Biotechnology, Chemistry (BBTC)
3. Botany, Microbiology, Zoology (BMBZ)
In Mathematics Stream
1. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM)
3. Physics, Electronics, Mathematics (PEM)
5. Physics, Biophysics, Mathematics (PBPM)
2. Physics, Statistics, Mathematics (PSM)
4. Physics, Computer Application, Mathematics (PCAM)
(In 5th semester student will study only two subjects and allotment will be on the basis of merit and availability of seats.)
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SELF-FINANCED PROGRAMS
As a fruit of Autonomy, the College provides on campus facility for students to develop their vocational skills by
offering job oriented degree courses like B. Com., BCA, B. Voc. and vocational subjects in Science Stream, as well as
Compulsory Certificate Programs and Self-financed Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma Programs which can be
pursued simultaneously along with the degree program. These programmes are on self-financed basis. A brief
introduction of these programs is given in the following pages.
VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS AT DEGREE LEVEL IN SCIENCE
1.
Electronics
Note:
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2. Biotechnology
3. Microbiology
4. Biophysics
5. Computer Application
The vocational subject opted will have to be retained by the student up to Semester – V & VI. No student
will be allowed to drop the vocational subject in Semester – V & VI.
ELECTRONICS
The College offers „Electronics‟ as a self-financed course and it is an approved subject of the B.Sc. Pass programme
and is studied along with Physics and Mathematics. The Department of Electronics has complete and sufficient
infrastructure for carrying out theory, practical and project works.
This subject offers very good prospects for jobs as well as for higher studies. It allows students to be directly
benefitted at the post graduate level, as „Electronics‟ is being treated as independent subject in many Universities.
Fee:
2.
I Semester = Rs. 13,900.00
II Semester = Rs. 9,280.00
BIOTECHNOLOGY (BT)
Students of Biology Stream have the option to offer “BIOTECHNOLOGY” (BT). The combination shall be Botany,
Biotechnology and Chemistry (BBTC).
Scope of the subject & job potential
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Students in teaching institutions, research organizations and hospitals Job training
Entrepreneurship development and marketing
3. Self employment
Biological Excursion/Laboratory Visit (it is a compulsory part of the course for which an additional amount of Rs.
5000/- or more is charged per year at the time of excursion).
Fee:
I Semester = Rs. 13,800.00
Note:
Physically Challenged candidates applying for this course will be subjected to medical screening before
admission to determine whether the candidate can take up the rigorous course or not.
3.
II Semester = Rs. 9,200.00
MICROBIOLOGY (MB)
Students of Biology Stream have the option to offer “MICROBIOLOGY” (MB). The combination shall be Botany,
Microbiology and Zoology (BMBZ).
Scope of the subject & job potential
1.
2.
4.
Students in teaching institutions, research organizations and hospitals Job training
Entrepreneurship development and marketing
3. Self employment
Biological Excursion/Laboratory Visit (it is a compulsory part of the course for which an additional amount of Rs.
5000/- or more is charged per year at the time of excursion).
Fee:
I Semester = Rs. 13,800.00
Note:
Physically Challenged candidates applying for this course will be subjected to medical screening before
admission to determine whether the candidate can take up the rigorous course or not.
4.
II Semester = Rs. 9,200.00
BIOPHYSICS (BP)
The college offers Biophysics as a subject at graduate level in combination with Physics and Mathematics (PBPM).
The course objective is to train students in Mathematical & Physical modeling of Biological systems. The curriculum
provides an excellent background for the students planning carriers in Bioinformatics, Biophysical and Bioinformatics
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research in advancing the frontier of research in Basic Life Science. Only students with Mathematics in 10 +2 level are
eligible to apply.
Fee:
I Semester = Rs. 13,800.00
II Semester = Rs. 9,200.00
5. COMPUTER APPLICATION (CA)
This course is three-year under graduate program with Physics, Mathematics and Computer Application (vocational)
subjects. A student has to drop either Physics or Mathematics in 3 rd year of his course. A student passed with
Intermediate/10+2 with Science (Math.) may join this course.
Scope: After completion of this course a student may join the IT Industry as Programmer, Technical Support
Executive, Computer Operator etc. A student may pursue higher studies such as M.C.A., M. Sc. IT/CS etc.,
with the Technical University allowing lateral entry in 2 nd year for such graduates, saving one year of study.
Fee:
I Semester = Rs. 14,800.00
II Semester = Rs. 9,880.00
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B. Com.)
All institutions have to make competitiveness a strategic goal. In the era of liberalization and globalization under new
economic policy, the commerce programme have often being perceived fairly strong in fetching jobs in the business,
trade, banking, finance, insurance and industry sector. The strength of commerce education lies in its unique
traditional route in areas of accounting, marketing, business, trade, banking, finance, insurance and industry sector.
The college has felt and identified the fast growing need of changing economic scenario of the country. Keeping this
in mind, Ewing Christian College is offering B. Com. Degree program of three years in semester system pattern along
with Choice Based Credit System from the session 2016 – 17 with the following objectives:
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To impart basic accounting knowledge as applicable to business
To develop effective business communication skill among students
To enable the students to have a knowledge of commercial mathematics as is applicable in business organizations
To provide basic knowledge about the frame work of Indian business laws and company laws.
To provide exposure to the students to the entrepreneurial culture and industrial growth so as to prepare them
towards self – entrepreneurship and self – employment.
To acquaint the students with principals of business economic and its application in business.
To familiarize the student with the basic of principal of administration and management.
To increase the employability of the commerce graduate.
To develop the personality of students in a holistic manner by combining skills and values related to business and
commerce.
To equip students to face the various training program and specialization course running in the country and
abroad.
To encourage a global outlook and access to faculty and students development.
The B. Com. Three year degree course (six semesters) will run on self financing basis subject to the following feestructure:
Total Number of Seats : 150
Course Fee
: Rs. 19,800/- I semester, Rs. 13,200/Eligibility
: Students appeared / passed with any discipline (Arts, Science and Commerce) at
10+ 2 level may join this course.
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (B.C.A.)
This course is of three years / six semester undergraduate programme dedicated to full time study of computer
application. A pass student with mathematics at 10+2 level may join this course.
The following subjects are taught in the course of study: Introduction to Information Technology, Elementary
Mathematics – I, C programming, Office Automation, Proficiency in English, Business Communication, Elementary
Mathematics -II , Data Structure, Financial Accounting, Digital Electronics, Principals of Management, Computer
Organization, C++ Programming, Data Based Management System, Discrete Mathematics, Data Communication,
System Analysis and Design, Visual Basic, Analysis and Design of Algorithm, Numerical and Statistical Technique,
Java Programming, Computer Networks, Computer Graphics, Operating System, Web Technology, Software
Engineering, Multi Media System and project.
Total Number of Seats: 60
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Fees: Rs 23,000/- I semester including Security Deposit of Rs. 1000, (100% refundable) and Book Bank Fee of Rs.
2000.00 (50% refundable), Rs. 20,000/- II Semester.
Scope: After completion of this course our students may join the IT industry as programmer, Technical Support
Engineer, Computer Operator etc. A student may pursue higher study courses such as MCA, M.Sc. - IT/ CS etc.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The demand for commencing Physical Education at B.A. level arose on account of change in NCTE Guidelines
relating to minimum eligibility criteria for getting admission for B.P.Ed. Course where it has prescribed that the
candidate should either possess a degree of B.P.E. or studied physical Education as an elective subject at graduate
level.
The teaching curriculum will include: 1) How to lead a well-balanced healthy life, 2) How to enjoy leisure
time,3) Physical Fitness, 4) Basic knowledge of human body, 5) Massage, 6) Health education, 7) Yoga, 8) Exercise
Physiology, 9) First-aid, 10) Skills of various sports and games.
Due to the nature of the subject, physically challenged students are not permitted to elect this subject.
Objectives of the course:
 To provide positive environment for the students to take Physical Education as career, getting inducted in Armed
Forces etc.
 All round development of personality.
 To take initiative to prepare best qualitative and professional leaders in the field of physical education.
 To develop and promote programme of physical education and sports in the country.
Eligibility: Candidate should have Physical Education as an elective/optional subject at intermediate level.
Or
Participated in Cluster, Regional, Zonal, District, State, National/International level competitions.
Fee: Rs. 8,850/- I Semester, Rs. 5,910/- II Semester
Note:
Candidates are informed that if the total number of applicants for Physical Education is less than 15, then the programme will not run
in the academic session 2016-17 and the total fees submitted by the applicant will be returned.
COMPULSORY CERTIFICATE COURSES
With the winds of change sweeping the country due to liberalization and globalization, immense job opportunities
are now available for young men and women after graduation, provided they measure up to the requirements of the
job provider working at the global level. In this scenario of tremendous job opportunities, it is ironic that skilled
manpower available is acutely short of number of job opportunities open. Unfortunately, graduate of our region are
pathetically way behind in basic skills required as compared to the industry standard, and are not able to share in the
pie of newfound national prosperity. As educators it is our prime responsibility to provide our students such
educational programs, which will develop the industry required basic skill in them, thereby making them market
worthy. Easier said than done, it is a big challenge before us, as educators.
Ewing Christian College, as an Autonomous Constituent College of Allahabad University in its central avatar, has
initiated measures at all levels to provide necessary infrastructure and environment for serious pursuit to remove this
deficiency in the educational program. With a view to add value to the degree program at the undergraduate level,
the College now offers following Certificate programs of 2 Credits compulsorily for the students taking admission in
the College:
(A) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC): For Semesters 1 and 2
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2.
Spoken English and Personality Development: English language as Lingua Franca is now being deemed as an
essential requirement by prospective employers
Environmental Studies With the increasing population and over exploitation of natural recourses, awareness of
Environmental issues and protection of our environment have become matters of national importance, with deep
emphasis laid on it by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
(B) Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC): For semesters 3, 4, 5 & 6
1. Computer Awareness Program: Basic knowledge of Computer operation has now become essential in the
fast changing scenario. Use of Internet opens up a new world of information in all spheres of knowledge.
(a) General Awareness and Mental Ability
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(b) General Science and Mental aptitude
2. Research Methodology
3. Courses as approved by the Academic Board
Fee: Rs. 1,500/- per semester per course
BACHELOR OF VOCATION (B. Voc.)
It has been a long felt necessity to align higher education with the emerging needs of the economy so as to ensure that
the graduates of higher education system have adequate knowledge and skills for employment and entrepreneurship.
The higher education system has to incorporate the requirements of various industries in its curriculum, in an
innovative and flexible manner while developing a holistic and well groomed graduate .Ministry of HRD,
Government of India had issued an Executive Order in September 2011 for National Vocational Education
Qualification Framework (NVEQF). Subsequently, Ministry of Finance, in pursuance of the decision of Cabinet
Committee on Skill Development in its meeting held on 19th December, 2013, has issued a notification for National
Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) which supersedes NVEQ. Under the National Skills Development
Corporation, many Sector Skill Councils representing respective industries have/are being established. One of the
mandates of Sector Skill Councils is to develop National Occupational Standards (NOSs) for various job roles in their
respective industries. It is important to embed the competencies required for specific job roles in the higher education
system for creating employable graduates. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on skills
development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.)
degree with multiple exits such as Diploma/Advanced Diploma under the NSQF. The B. Voc. programme is focused
on universities and colleges providing undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles and
their NOSs along with broad based general education. This would enable the graduates completing B. Voc. to make a
meaningful participation in accelerating India‟s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming
entrepreneurs and creating appropriate knowledge.
In this connection Ewing Christian College was also awarded by the UGC to start two courses viz. Food Processing
and IT & ITES under B. Voc. Scheme. The college is opening admissions for the above said programmes in this session
and the details of the programmes are as follows:
1.
B.VOC. (FOOD PROCESSING)
INTRODUCTION:
Food Processing Industry is one of the major employment intensive segments constituting 12.13 per cent of
employment generated in all Registered Factory sector in 2011-12. According to the latest Annual Survey of
Industries (ASI) for 2011-12, the total number of persons engaged in registered food processing sector is 17.77
lakhs.
Ewing Christian College has also started Bachelor of Vocation in Food Processing, which is a contemporary
exercise that develops efficiency and improves promotion of the food products, as a UGC initiative for skill-based
education. This course is based on developing set of methods and techniques which can be used to transform raw
materials into nutritious and safe food for consumption. Despite the fact that food processing industry in India is
at developing stage, it offers exponential career opportunities to trained professionals in food processing.
B. Voc. in Food Processing is a three year Degree program offering specialization in Fruit & Vegetable processing,
Milk &Dairy products and Agro products processing in the first, second and third year respectively with exit
levels after each year with Diploma /Advanced Diploma.
The curriculum of the course has been designed in consultation with the Sector Skill Council i.e. Food Industry
Capacity and Skill Initiative (FICSI), a National Partnership Organization that brings together academia, industry,
labour and the government to address human resource gaps in Food Processing Industry. FICCI is a Food
Processing Sector Skill Council (SSC) responsible for designing Qualification Packs (QPs) for different Food
Processing related jobs.
The Curriculum details include a suitable mix of general education and skill development which are designed
for specific job roles in Food Processing industry. The course includes content which equip skill development
component in the candidate. The candidate will be exposed to project work and on the job training in the
industry as well.
JOB PROSPECTS
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With aptitude to work and requisite skills one can find employment as
Research Scientists, Food Technologists, Food Engineers, Organic Chemists, Biochemists, and Analytical
Chemists, Home Economists, Managers and accountants.
Some of the leading food processing companies in India have come up in joint collaboration with MNCs
operating in India. While companies from developed nations provide technical expertise, Indian firms offer cheap
labour and production centers.
Leading food processing companies in India include: Amul, Godrej Industrial Limited, Dabur India Ltd., PepsiCo
India Holdings, Nestle India Pvt. Ltd., Britannia Industries Ltd., Parle Products Pvt. Ltd. and many more with
various MNC‟s as well.
INDUSTRY PARTNER
The Industrial partner of this course is Shyam Dairy Products Ltd., (Allahabad). It Shyam Dairy Products is a
venture of the vibrant multifaceted Shyam Group. It is the largest Dairy in Eastern U.P. with a State-of- artInfrastructure. It is both ISO 9001 as well as a HACCP certified Company. The present processing capacity of the
Dairy is about four lakh (4lakh) liters of milk per day.
The Dairy's products are present in the Markets of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttaranchal, Madhya Pradesh,
Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Assam. The Dairy's vast network involves over 50,000 farmers,
12000 Milk suppliers, more than 1,00,000 Retailers and Wholesalers. These cater to more than six lakh end users.
They will be supporting in training and placement programmes of students. Negotiations are going on for
collaboration with more industrial partners.
ELIGIBILITY:
A candidate must have passed 10+2 science examination with PCB/PCBM/PCM/10+2 Agriculture/ Home
Science (Science Group) having scored not less than 50% marks (45% for SC & ST candidates) in aggregate with
condition that candidate coming from different streams must take remedial courses as prescribed.
DURATION OF COURSE: 3 Years, of total Six Semester, where in 1 Semester is of 6 months
ADMISSION PROCEDURE: Entrance Test
TOTAL NUMBER OF SEATS: 50
COURSE FEE: Rs. 37,800/- I Semester, Rs. 25,200/- II Semester
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
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B.VOC. IN IT AND ITeS (Information Technology &Information Technology enabled Services)
Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc. – Hardware Maintenance, Networking and Security)
INTRODUCTION:
The B. Voc Degree in "HMNS" (for "Hardware Maintenance, Networking and Security") is an undergraduate
academic degree awarded for three-year studies. The course has multiple entry and exit points which increase the
flexibility of the course.
The functions linked to hardware maintenance, network administration and IT Security have been diversified: if
the risk management for IT systems is still reserved to highly qualified engineers [Information system security
officers (ISSO)], there are more and more tasks involved by security program management: supervise and
administer protecting tools is not necessarily the responsibility of an engineer, even though these tasks are vital
for the security. The graduates will be trained for such duties. On successful completion of this programme, the
candidate will be able to maintain computer hardware, administer and secure the networks and vital IT
information. Moreover, they will know how to deploy appropriate practices and tools for assisting the design,
implementation and evaluation of a secure IT environment.
JOB PROSPECTS: In IT sector
ELIGIBILITY: Candidate must have passed 10+2 science examination with PCM group having scored not less
than 50% marks (45% for SC & ST candidates) in aggregate.
DURATION OF COURSE
: 3 Years (Six Semesters) where in 1 Semester is of 6 months
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ADMISSION PROCEDURE
TOTAL NUMBER OF SEATS
COURSE FEE
: Entrance Test
: 50
: COURSE FEE: Rs. 37,800/- I Semester, Rs. 25,200/- II Semester
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B. Ed.)
Vision and Mission
The B.Ed. was launched in the year 2003, with a vision to establish a Teachers Training Institution of Excellence with
stress on Modern information and Communication Techniques, so that the student teacher coming out of this college
may be fully geared to exploit the modern sources of information and knowledge delivery systems.
Within short span of its existence, the department has held a National Seminar and in recognition of its academic
excellence, IGNOU had selected it for its Study Centre for Distance Mode of B.Ed. Programme. Ewing Christian
College aspires to train Student-Teachers as „Educational Missionaries‟ to carry the Mission of Education as
enunciated in the Commission on Education of the UNESCO:
“Education is complete when the learner,* Learns to know,* Learns to Do,* Learns to Be,* Learns to Live Together,
These are the Four Pillars of Education
With well furnished library having more than 3000 books, various Journals, Educational Technology Lab, Computer
Lab, and off campus hostel facilities, the College aims to transform its pupils into good teachers.
ACCREDITATION
This course is Approved by National Council of Teachers Education (NCTE) vide its Letter No. F.NRC NCTE/F3/UP-775/2003/5/29 Dated: 23-10-2003 and the Degree is awarded by the University of Allahabad, Allahabad
NUMBER OF SEATS
The seats distribution fixed for different streams are as follows: (A) Arts: 45
(B) Science: 40 (C) Commence: 15
College reserves right to fill vacant seats, if left, in any stream by admitting applicants from the other two streams.
Note:
(a) 50 % seats are reserved for Christian Minority candidates.
(b) All seats will be filled strictly on the basis of merit of entrance test including privilege marks.
(c) Apart from the above there is no Management or NRI seat.
(d) Appearing in the entrance test is mandatory for all admission seekers.
(e) In case of computed marks obtained in the entrance test of two or more candidates are equal, then the
percentage of marks obtained in graduation will be the deciding factor; In case, the percentage of marks
are equal in graduation too, then their percentage of marks in intermediate examination will be deciding
factor.
STAFF LIST
(1) Dr. Vidyapati, M.Sc., M.Ed., Ph.D., Coordinator
(2) Mr. Justin Pradeep Sahae, M.Sc., M.Ed., Assoc.
Coordinator
(3) Dr. Mahendra Mishra, M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.
(4) Dr. Neelam Singh, M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.
(5) Dr. Arpita Kumar, M.A., M.Ed., D.Phil.
(6) Dr. Manish Masih, M.Com. M.A., M.Ed., D.Phil.
(7) Dr. Mithlesh Chauhan, M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., P.G.D. in
G&C
(8) Mr. Mohit Cutting, B.Sc., M.A., B.Lib.
(Office- In- charge)
(9) Mr. Akhilesh Srivastava, B.A., B.Lib., M.Lib., (Librarian)
CURRICULUM
As per NCTE Guidelines, the programme comprises of three broad curricular areas: Perspectives in Education,
Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies, And Engagement with the Field. The courses under each of these curricular areas
are based on a close reading of original writings, seminar / term paper, presentations and continuous engagement
with the field. Transaction of the courses is done using a variety of approaches, such as, case studies, discussions on
reflective journals, observations of children, and interactions with the community in multiple socio-cultural
environments. Information and Communication Technology (ICT), gender, yoga education, and disability / inclusive
education forms an integral part of the B.Ed. curriculum as per the above guidelines issued by the NCTE. The College
has adopted the syllabus and the transaction of curriculum as well as the assessment procedures in line with the
syllabus approved by the University of Allahabad for the B.Ed. Programme.
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ELIGIBILITY AND COURSE DURATION
Duration
The B.Ed. programme shall be of duration of two academic years (two semesters in each year and overall four
semesters), which can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission to the programme.
Working Days
(a) There shall be at least two hundred working days each year exclusive of the period of examination and admission.
(b)
The minimum attendance of student-teacher shall have to be 80% for all course work and practicum, and 90%
for school internship.
Eligibility
Candidates with at least 50% marks either in the Bachelor‟s Degree and / or in the Master Degree in Sciences / Social
Sciences / Humanity, Bachelor‟s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with
55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto are eligible for admission to the programme.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CHRISTIAN CANDIDATES
Christian candidates are also required to fulfill the Eligibility Criteria and go through the Entrance test to get
admission against reserved seats. They will also be required to go to through a Special test on Biblical Knowledge
which will be one of the factors needed to qualify for Admission against reserved seats. Such Candidates must enclose
the following:
Church Sponsored Letter issued by the Pastor stating that the Candidate and his or her Parents are permanent
members in good standing, the Name, Address and Denomination of the recognized Church they belong to
countersigned by the Bishop of the Diocese and a Photocopy of Baptism Certificate.
PRIVILEGE MARKS FOR B.Ed.
Certificates will have to be produced in order to avail privilege the marks as given in bracket below from (a) to (h)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
Certificates issued by the Government Sports Department for participating in the National or State Level
Games or Sports Competitions (For Privilege Marks – 15).
Certificates issued by any University for participation in the Inter-College Sports Competitions (For Privilege
Marks -10).
C-Certificates for Boys or G-2 Certificates for Girls (For Privilege Marks -15) or B Certificate for Boys or G-1
Certificate for Girls (For Privilege Marks-10) for participating in the National Cadet Corps.
Certificates of participating in two or More Special Camps and Serving for 240 hours (For Privilege Marks-15) or
One Special Camps and Serving for 240 hours (For Privilege Marks-10) or Serving for 240 hours in National
Service Scheme (For Privilege Marks-05)
Certificates of being Defense Employees in Active Service or Demobilized or honorably retired or Ward (Son,
Daughter or Wife) of such an Employee or a Disabled, Deceased or Traceless Defense Employee (For Privilege
Marks- 15).
Certificates of being employed in Police or P.A.C. or B.S.F or S.S.B or I.T.B or C.R.P or Civil Defense
Organization or Home Guard or Ward (Son, Daughter , or Wife) of such an Employee or a Disabled or Deceased
Employee (For Privilege Marks-15)
Legal Certificates of being a Widow or Divorced or Abandoned Women (For Privilege Marks-15).
Certificates issued by Regional Director (Higher Education) or Joint Director or D.I.O.S or B.S.A. or R.I.G.S. or
Registrar for being Ward (Son, Daughter or Wife) of Teaching and Non-Teaching Employee of any recognized
Educational Institution (For Privilege Marks-10).
TEST SCHEDULE
Paper
Paper I
Paper II *
Date
18.06.2016
18.06.2016
Time
7:30 AM– 10:30 AM
10:45AM - 11:15 AM
* Special Test on Biblical Knowledge for Christian Candidates only.
PAPER FORMAT
Paper I
English Language, Hindi Language, Teaching Aptitude,
Mental Ability (25 questions each)
G.K. & Current Affairs and Subject Area (50 questions each)
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Paper II
Special Test on Biblical Knowledge (Only for Christian Candidates)
The Candidates is forbidden to write his or her name or leave any identification mark on his or her answer
sheet. This will be treated as use of unfair means and his or her result will not be declared.
All information relating to the Entrance Test or the Entrance Test result and the Admission Programme will
be pasted on the College Notice Board & Notice Board of B.Ed. Office and will be uploaded on the official
website of Ewing Christian College ; http://www.ecc.ac.in No candidate will be informed individually by
post or any other means. The college will not be held responsible if a candidate fails to complete Admission
formalities by the prescribed date.
FEE STRUCTURE
Total course fee for all candidates will be 1,20,000.00 out of which 75,000.00 for the 1st year (1st and 2nd
Semester) and 40,000.00 +5,000.00 (Excursion Fees) for 2 nd year (3rd + 4th Semester).
Students have to choose their subject stream from the drop-down menu. The choice will be then locked if
seats in the chosen stream are available. The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by 4:00 pm as
below:
The candidate can pay the Admission Fee by choosing one of the options.
1. By Syndicate Bank Challan.
2. By Using Online Payment Gateway (by credit/ debit card, net banking through NEFT or mobile banking).
The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college as per the admission
schedule below:
ADMISSION SCHEDULE, PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR B.Ed.
Date
08.07.2016
09.07.2016
11.07.2016
Time
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM Onwards
12.07.2016
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM Onwards
18.07.2016
9:00 AM
Programme
Admission of selected candidates
Admission of selected candidate
Reporting of WL-1 candidates
Admission of WL-1 candidates, who have
reported
Reporting of WL-2 candidates
Admission of WL-2 candidates, who have
reported
New Session begins
(Wait listed candidates will be admitted on availability of seats as per merit)
Relevant Documents:
Candidates at the time of admission must bring them:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Originals of Mark sheets and Certificates of educational qualifications (High School, Intermediate, Graduation,
Post Graduation)
Originals of Certificates claiming privilege marks.
Original Medical Certificate issued by Chief Medical Officer (C.M.O)/Chief Medical Superintendent (C.M.S). (For
getting the application forwarded by the Chairman, Admission Committee, the candidate must contact the office
at 9:00 AM on the date of calling. With the forwarded application, they can obtain the Medical Certificate from
Allahabad CMO/CMS to complete the admission formalities on the same day.
Migration Certificate/Transfer Certificate/Character Certificate.
In case of Christian candidates Original Baptism Certificate the scanned copy of which they have submitted along
with the Application form.
Original relieving or leave sanctioned letter of the employer in case of candidates employed in any
institution/organization.
Candidates who fail to report on the given date and time will forfeit their right of admission.
The new session 2016-2017 begins from July, 18, 2016.
Note:
1.
If any of the above requirements are missing at the time of admission the candidate shall forfeit his/her right of
admission.
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2.
The College reserves the right to change the dates of Entrance Test or Admission, if confronted with any special
circumstances.
(a)
Candidates securing at least 40% Marks in the Entrance will be considered for Admission in the Order of
Merit.
(b)
Both the Selected Candidates and the Wait listed Candidates, on the day of admission will have to submit
Original Migration Certificates, transfer Certificates and Character Certificates from the last College or
University attendant and produce Original Certificates, the scanned copies of which they have attached with
their Entrance Test forms, in support of their claim for Eligibility and Privilege Marks. Christian Candidates
will present original Baptism Certificate. If the Selected Candidates and the Wait Listed Candidates fail to
submit Original Migration Certificate, Transfer Certificates and Character Certificates and fail to produce
Original Certificates on the day of admission, the Privilege Marks allotted to them will be deducted from the
maximum marks obtained by them and their candidature could get cancelled.
Note: On special condition, a selected candidate may be given provisional admission, if he/she is not able to
submit Migration Certificate at the time of admission, on submission of a Notary Affidavit on Rs. 10/-. Stamp
paper undertaking that he/she will submit his/her Migration Certificate within a month from date of his/her
admission failing which his/her admission be cancelled and would not claim for the deposited fee of the
course. He/She will have no objection in this regard.
(a) The Selected Candidates and the Wait Listed candidates employed in any type of Institution or Organization will
have to submit Original Relieving Letter or Leave Sanction Letter or N.O.C issued by the employer. B.Ed. is a FullTime Course and no candidate is allowed to take up Employment or Part-Time Course along-with this Course.
(b) Limited seats for girls available in hostel on first come first serve basis. The admitted candidate will have to
deposit full annual fee as prescribed at the time of admission.
3.
Candidates taking Admission will have to submit the following:Medical Certificate issued by Chief Medical Officer (C.M.O)/ Chief Medical Superintendent (C.M.S)
Note: if any of the requirements are missing at the time of admission the candidates shall forfeit his or her right of
admission.
Important:
It is to be noted that if it is discovered that the candidate was or had been punished on account of using unfair means
in any examination or has been expelled from any Education Institution, the Principal of the College may refuse to
admit such Candidate.
Both the Selected Candidates and the Wait Listed Candidates will have to submit a Medical Certificate issued or
countersigned by the Chief Medical Officer (C.M.O) or Chief Medical Superintendent (C.M.S.). stating that the
candidate does not stammer and is not unfit to be a teacher on account of any disease of the ear, eyes or any other
limb. No other Medical certificate will be accepted as per given “APPLICATION FORMAT”.
RULES OF REFUND
Refund on withdrawal: After taking admission, if a candidate leaves (on valid grounds based on documentary
support)

Before beginning of classes, 90% of fees will be refunded.

Within one week of beginning classes, 90% of fees will be refunded.

After one week of beginning classes, then no fee will be refunded.

Refund of fee takes at least 3 months.
APPLICATION FOR FITNESS CERTIFICATE
Date: ……………….
To,
The Chief Medical Officer / The Chief Medical Superintendent,
………………….. (Name of the city)
Sir,
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I, (Name of the Candidate) have qualified for admission to B.Ed. course in Ewing Christian College, an
Autonomous College of University of Allahabad, Allahabad, and require a certificate stating that I do not
suffer from any disability like stammering or any other disease of the ears, eyes or any other limb that might
hamper teaching work.
Yours‟ faithfully
…………………….
Signature of the Candidate
(Name of the Candidate)
FEE STRUCTURE FOR UG PROGRAMMES
Course
Fee payable
I Semester
Fee payable
II Semester
Total Fee
Vocational Subjects
1. Electronics (PEM)
13,900.00
9,280.00
23,180.00
2.
Biotechnology (BBTC)
13,800.00
9,200.00
23,000.00
3.
Microbiology (BMBZ)
13,800.00
9,200.00
23,000.00
4.
Biophysics (PBPM)
13,800.00
9,200.00
23,000.00
5.
Computer Application (PCAM)
14,800.00
9,880.00
24,680.00
4,660.00
3,100.00
7,760.00
b) B.A. (with one practical)
5,100.00
3,410.00
8,510.00
c) B.A. (with two practicals)
5,550.00
3,710.00
9,260.00
d) B.A. (with Physical Education)
8,850.00
5,910.00
14,760.00
a) B. Sc. (with two practical subjects)
5,550.00
3,710.00
9,260.00
b) B. Sc. (with three practical subjects)
6,000.00
4,010.00
10,010.00
3.
B. Com.
19,800.00
13,200.00
33,000.00
4.
B.C.A.
23,000.00
20,000.00
43,000.00 (3000.00 Security)
5.
B. Voc.
37,800.00
25,200.00
63,000.00 (3000.00 Security)
Non-Vocational Subject
1. a) B.A. (without practical)
2.
Rules for Refund:
Refund on withdrawal : After taking admission, if a candidate leaves (on valid grounds based on documentary
support)
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
Before beginning of classes, 90% of fees will be refunded.
Within one week of beginning of classes, 75% of fee will be refunded.
After one week of beginning of classes, then no fee will be refunded.
Refund of fee takes at least 3 months.
College provides two options for payment of Fee:
ON LINE PAYMENT OPTION
The candidates can pay Entrance Test Fee and after admission, the Course Fee directly
online by choosing one of the options:
1. By Syndicate Bank Challan.
2. By Using Online Payment Gateway (by credit/ debit card, net banking through NEFT or 12
mobile banking).
Following a successful payment, the candidate can download his/ her Admit Card or Fee
receipt from the website www.ecc.ac.in
OFF LINE PAYMENT OPTION
The candidates can pay Entrance Test Fee and after admission, the Course Fee also directly
at the College Fee counter by choosing one of the options:
1. By Cash at College Fee Counter
2. By Bank Pay Order (PO) or Demand Draft (DD). PO or DD should be in favour of “The
TEST
Principal, Ewing Christian College”ENTRANCE
payable at Allahabad
ONLINE ENTRANCE TEST REGULATIONS
1.
Entrance Test Fee:
a) Rs. 750/= for undergraduate programs: B.A., B.Sc. B.Com, B.C.A. and B. Voc. (plus additional fee in case the
candidate is applying for more than one group as stated in the Prospectus)
b) Rs. 750/= for B. Ed. Program
Note: Transaction charges as applicable will be borne by the candidate in case of online applicant.
2.
Candidate willing to apply for more than one group [i.e. PCM, PEM, PSM, PCAM, PBPM] or [BZC, BBTC,
BMBZ] for admission in under graduate course, have to deposit additional fee of Rs. 250/- for one extra group,
Rs. 300/- for two extra groups and Rs. 350/- for three extra groups. Fee may be deposited at the time of
submission of the form. Students will have to tick mark their group choices on the admission form. The group
must be mentioned in the application form also.
4.
Candidates requesting privilege marks under Category 2 – 09 must attach scanned copies of relevant certificate
with the application form on the basis of which privilege marks or admission privilege is sought. These
certificates will not be accepted once the application form has been submitted. For category 02 to 09 the duly
authenticated certificate should be uploaded with the application form before submission. In the absence of
relevant document the candidate will be considered under the General Category (01) even though he/she may
have put tick mark in the category (02 – 09) on the application form.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE ENTRANCE TEST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The candidate should reach the Entrance Examination Centre at the reporting time and date mentioned on the
Admit Card.
The candidates should bring with them only the following items in the Examination Hall:
a) Their Admit Card
b) Two black HB pencils
c) Eraser
Any other article like cell phones, calculators etc. will not be allowed inside the Examination Hall and will have to
be kept out at one‟s own risk.
No candidate will be allowed to take the test:
a) If he/she reaches the test center after the Entrance Test has started.
b) If he/she does not possess a valid Admit Card/Duplicate Admit Card.
When inside the Examination Hall, the candidates will be in their place till the entire examination is over. They
are expected to follow the instructions given to them by the Test Supervisor.
The candidate should complete all the entries on the Answer Sheet in a clear and legible handwriting before
attempting to answer the questions.
The candidates will be disqualified from the entrance examination on account of the following reasons:
a) Writing his/her name or roll number on any other part of the Answer Sheet other than the place provided for
these entries.
b) Making any diagram/design/mark etc. on the Answer Sheet which can reveal his/her identity.
c) Using colored pencil to answer the questions.
d) Talking, prompting/gesturing or indulging in any other unfair practice including possession of incriminating
material, paper, tearing or damaging answer sheets, vandalism or violence.
e) Mobile phone, Calculator and other electronic items are found in possession of the candidate.
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7.
8.
The candidates will be required to deposit their Admit Cards in the Examination Hall at the end of the Entrance
Test. They should therefore write their Roll Number of Entrance Test for ready reference and further records.
After the examination is over the candidates shall remain seated till answer sheets and test booklets have been
collected by the Invigilators. No candidate is permitted to take away with him/her the Test Booklet or the Answer
Sheet. If any candidate does so, it will be treated as an offence on him/her part and he/she will be disqualified
from the Entrance Test and an F.I.R. will be lodged against his/her name in the nearest Police Station by the
College.
THE ENTRANCE TEST PAPER WILL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS
For Admission to B.A.
a) Part – I
b) Part – II
c) Part – III
: General Knowledge/General Awareness: 40 questions – to be answered in 30 minutes.
: English Language – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Subject Knowledge – 20 questions each in History, Geography, Civics, Economics,
Education, Psychology, Logic & Mathematics. The candidates will be required to
answer any 80 questions in 60 minutes. (If a candidate answers more than 80
questions his/her last answers will be cancelled even though those may be correct.)
For Admission to B. Sc. (Biology) (BZC /BBTC/BMBZ)
a)
b)
c)
d)
Part – I
Part – II
Part – III
Part – IV
:
:
:
:
Physics – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
Chemistry – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
Biology – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
English Language – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
For Admission to B. Sc. (Mathematics) (PCM/PSM/PEM/PCAM/PBPM)
a)
b)
c)
d)
Part – I
Part – II
Part – III
Part – IV
: Physics – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Chemistry – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Mathematics – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: English Language – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
For Admission to B. Com.
a) Part – I
b) Part – II
c) Part – III
: General English – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: General Awareness – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Commerce – 80 questions to be answered in 60 minutes.
For Admission to B. C. A.
a) Part – I
b) Part – II
c) Part – III
: General English – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: General Awareness – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Computer Awareness – 80 questions to be answered in 60 minutes.
For Admission to B. Voc. (Food Processing)
a) Part – I
b) Part – II
c) Part – III
: General English – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: General Awareness – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
: Basic Science (Maths, Bio, H. Sci.) – 80 questions to be answered in 60 Minutes.
For Admission to B. Voc. (IT & ITeS)
a) Part – I
: General English – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
b) Part – II
: General Awareness – 40 questions to be answered in 30 minutes.
c) Part – III : Physics, Chemistry, Maths. & Comp. – 80 questions to be answered in 60 min.
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ENTRANCE TEST SCHEDULE FOR UNDERGRADUATE COURSES AND B. ED.
IMPORTANT DATES
1. Admission process begins with filling of form on line or Off Line for B.A, B.Sc.
B. Com., B.C.A., B. Voc. and B. Ed. :
16.05.2016
2. Last day for filling of Application form of B.A, B.Sc. B.Com. , B.C.A., B. Voc. and B. Ed.
Online
Offline
Offline with fine of Rs. 300.00
Offline with fine of Rs. 500.00
-
14.06.2016
10.06.2016
11 & 13.06.2016
14.06.2016
3. 18-6-2016 and 20-6-2016: Entrance Tests for Various Undergraduate Courses as per schedule
given below.
4. 25-6-2016: Declaration of Entrance test result for B.A, B.Sc. B.Com. , B.C.A., B. Voc. and B. Ed.
5. 27-6-2016: On line Counseling begins
S.
No.
Course
Entrance Test Date
Entrance Examination Time
1.
B.Ed.
18 – 6 – 2016
2.
3.
B.Com.
B.C.A.
B.Sc. (PCM, PSM,
PEM & PCAM,
PBPM), B. Voc.
(IT-ITeS)
B.A. (All Subjects)
B.Sc. (BZC, BBTC &
BMBZ), B. Voc.
(Food Processing)
18 – 6 – 2016
18- 6 – 2016
Paper – I: 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Paper II*: 10:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
*Special Test on Biblical Knowledge
for Christian Candidates only.
12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
20 – 6 –2016
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
20 – 6 –2016
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
20 – 6 – 2016
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
4.
5.
6.
Note:
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1. Reporting time 30 minutes before the start of paper.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
Note: For Admission in UG, and B.Ed. courses, candidates are given option to register either online or offline. The
online registration will be the preferred mode of registration. While filling registration form, candidates may
avail the privilege marks as per the following categories.
CATEGORIES
PRIVILEGE MARKS FOR UG ADMISSIONS
The following categories of candidates are entitled for privilege marks. No candidate will be automatically entitled for
privilege marks unless he/she claims for them and has submitted the required documents along with his/her
application form. No request for privilege marks will be considered once the candidate has been registered for
admission to the Entrance Test.
Candidates should mention only one category and attach a copy of the certificate supporting the category (for 02-09
only). False claim may lead to disqualification of a candidate. If more than one category has been mentioned, the
candidate will be considered under the general category even though supporting certificate has been attached.
Candidates can claim advantage under only one category.
If the applicant does not come under the categories 02 – 09, he/she should write “General” (01) in the category box.
CATEGORIES
01. General: All applicants except those are claiming privilege under categories 02 to 09.
02. Church Sponsored: Church sponsored candidates will be admitted in the College, irrespective of the merit earned
by them in the entrance test and the year of passing intermediate/qualifying examination, provided they appear
in the entrance test and score minimum marks. In order to be considered for selection, a Christian applicant must
submit with his/her application form a sponsorship letter signed by the Pastor/Presbyter of the Church that the
applicant is attending, duly certifying that the applicant and/or his/her parents are members in good standing.
The name, address and denomination of the Church/Diocese/Synod to which he/she belongs and the date of
baptism of the applicant should be mentioned. A Church sponsored candidate has to get his/her application
countersigned by the Principal of the College, and also execute a Christian Student Undertaking (Performa
available in the Office of the Principal) before submission of the application, otherwise he/she will be considered
in the General category. Therefore Church sponsored candidates must apply off-line.
03. E.C.C. Employees‟ Ward: Son, daughter, real brother/sister, husband, wife of Ewing Christian College Staff and
those of ex-staff members, who have put in at last 5 years of continuous service in the College will be admitted
irrespective of the merit earned in the entrance test and year of passing of Intermediate/qualifying examination,
provided they have appeared in the test and have scored certain minimum marks. The application forms of such
candidates must be endorsed by the Principal, ECC before submission. Therefore such candidates must apply offline.
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04. Urdu: Candidates who have taken Urdu in their High School or Intermediate Examination and who would like to
keep Urdu as one of their subject in B.A. will be admitted irrespective of merit provided they have scored certain
minimum marks in the Entrance Test. Candidates who have not taken Urdu either in High School or Intermediate
but want to study Urdu in B.A. will not get the benefit under this category but will be considered along with the
General candidates. Attach copy of High School/Intermediate mark sheet showing Urdu as a subject studied as
documentary proof.
05. Sports & Games: Only those candidates who have achieved the level of competence mentioned below are
qualified to try for admission under the Sports and Games category:
(i) First, Second or Third position holders at the State level tournaments or meet conducted by State
Governments, recognized State Associations of Basketball, Cricket, Football, Hockey, Badminton, Volleyball,
Athletics, Table Tennis, Chess, Handball, Swimming, Sailing, Rowing, Canoeing Kayaking, Lawn Tennis, TaeKwando and Boxing only.
(ii) Members of the State Teams that participated in the National Championships conducted by Government
recognized National Federation including All India University Board and School Games Federation of India,
University Board or School Games Federation of India.
Candidates claiming admission under Sports and Games category must attach attested photocopies of their
certificates with the application form.
Candidates applying under Sports and Games category if found to be qualified will be called for an interview for
verification of their original certificates by a special committee. It is compulsory for all students admitted under
Sports and Games category to participate actively in their respective games and sports in the College.
6.
Physically Challenged: Physically Challenged candidates (with 40% or more disability certified by C.M.O. and
verified by Admission Committee) may be admitted provided they have scored certain minimum marks in the
Entrance Test. Not more than 5 candidates in this category will be admitted in each stream (Biology, Mathematics
and Arts) on the basis of their merit in Entrance Test. It is necessary to mention the percentage of disability in the
medical certificate signed by the C.M.O. A photocopy of the certificate must be attached.
7.
Alumnus Ward: Son, daughter, real brother/sister, husband, wife of the College alumnus/alumni (an
alumnus/alumni will be defined as member of the College class who has graduated) who is registered as life
member Alumni Association of the College will be given an additional advantage of 5 percent of marks obtained
by him/her in the Entrance Test. This privilege is also extended to Part-III students who have taken life
membership of the Alumni Association. The admission of such candidate must be endorsed the Secretary of
Alumni Association, ECC, before submission. Such candidates must apply off-line.
8.
N.C.C.: N.C.C. Cadets who have received a „B‟ certificate will be given an advantage of 5% of marks and those
with certificate „C‟ an advantage of 10% marks obtained by them in the Entrance Test for determining the merit.
Please note that this concession will not be given to candidates who have not earned „B‟ or „C‟ certificates but
want to join N.C.C. in the College in B.A. and B. Sc. Attach photocopy of certificate.
9.
Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes: Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes will be
given an advantage of 20% marks and OBC candidates (excluding creamy layer) will be given an advantage of
10% marks obtained by them in the entrance test. Such candidate must submit a photocopy of certificate to this
effect issue bya competent authority (District Harijan Welfare Officer, District Magistrate or Tehsildar) with their
application form. Otherwise they will be treated in the General category (01).
FORM FILLING FOR ENTRANCE TEST
Online Filling
Candidates desirous of taking admission in Ewing Christian College, Allahabad in UG Courses for the academic
session 2016-17 can register online or offline for the Entrance Test, 2016.
For online registration, candidate can register by following the procedure given below:
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Access the college website www.ecc.ac.in, click on E-Pravesh and download the prospectus.
After carefully reading the prospectus, fill the Application form online. The candidate has to fill the application
form completely and correctly, ensuring that no mandatory field has been left unfilled.
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On submitting the application form, the candidate will get a Transaction ID. (Please note this Transaction ID
for downloading and printing the Admit Card from the college website.)
After submitting the Application Form the following three payment options will appear and the candidate can
pay their Entrance Examination Fee by choosing one of the following options.
1. By Syndicate Bank Challan.
2. By Using Online Payment Gateway (by credit/ debit card, net banking through NEFT or mobile banking).
3. Alternative payment option through Demand Draft as detailed below:





The candidate will have to get a Demand Draft prepared in the name of “Principal, Ewing
Christian College, Allahabad” Payable at Allahabad.
After the candidate submits the Application Form the Transaction ID as well as the payment
option will be generated, if the candidate chooses Demand Draft as the option the copy of the
Application Form will be displayed.
The candidate will have to send a copy of his application form along with the original Demand
Draft (with candidate’s name and contact number written on the back of the Demand Draft) to
“The Principal, Ewing Christian College, Gaughat, Mutthiganj, Allahabad- 211 003.
The candidates are advised to keep a photo copy of DD for their record.
The admit card of the online applicant can be downloaded from the college web site ONLY if the
college has received His/ Her Demand Draft.
Note: The DD should reach the college At Least Three Days before the last date of submission. The college
will not hold any responsibility for any postal delay. No admit card will be send through post or otherwise to
any of the candidates.
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Following a successful payment, the candidate can download and print a copy of application form.
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The candidate can download and print the Admit Card between 10.06.2016 to 15.06.2016by clicking on
Admit Card link on the college website and by filling in respective Transaction ID.
OFFLINE FILLING:
CANDIDATE CAN PURCHASE ADMISSION FORM DIRECTLY FROM COLLEGE
COUNTER BY PAYING RS. 900.00 FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS AND AFTER
FILLING IT CAN SUBMIT IT AT THE COLLEGE COUNTER AND THEY CAN DOWNLOAD
THEIR ADMIT CARD BETWEEN 10.06.2016 TO 15.06.2016.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ENTRANCE TEST
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Candidates who have lost or failed to download the Admit Cards may collect duplicate admit card on any
working day from the college office during office hours prior to the entrance examination.
College does not publish any guess papers or book and therefore, the candidates are advised not to buy these
from book-shops or hawkers.
The result of the Entrance Test and the admission program will be pasted on the College Notice Boards and will
be available on the College Official Web-site http://www.ecc.ac.in
Note: No candidate will be sent individual scores of Entrance Test by the College.
After taking admission in the College, transfer certificate (T.C.) must be submitted within three months else
admission will stand cancelled.
The College reserves the right to change the date of Entrance Test or Admission under special circumstances. Any
admission done by mistake or oversight by the Admission Committee or on the basis of wrong or incomplete
information furnished by the candidate will be promptly cancelled.
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Management reserves the right to revise the fee at some later stages depending on exigencies.
Disputes relating to admission shall be under the Jurisdiction of the Hon‟ble High Court of Judicature at
Allahabad only.
Ensure that you fulfill the required eligibility qualification otherwise your application is liable to be cancelled.
No candidate will be admitted without fulfilling the minimum academic qualification. Candidates have to
produce mark-sheet of minimum academic qualification at the time of admission.
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INSTITUTE FOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT (ECC-ISD)
In order to facilitate offering of nationally standardized skill related programmes, ECC has moved a step ahead and
established Institute for Skill Development which will be working towards realization of the national mission for skill
development of the youth through lifelong learning facility by providing job oriented industry approved certificate,
diploma, advanced diploma and PG diploma programmes under the banner of Ewing Christian College, an
autonomous college of university of Allahabad. Through this institute, the college will strive to realize the vision of
skill development so successfully realized by the structure of Community College in USA and the idea of such
colleges for our youth is being pushed by MHRD through the University Grants Commission which has granted
status of Community College to Ewing Christian College in year 2014 and further the college was awarded with two
courses in Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) scheme of University Grants Commission in 2015.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
Institute for Skill Development organizes various skill development programmes through the following Centers and
Departments –
Centre-wise offered courses:
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Centre for Computer Sciences: a) Course on Computer Concept
b) PG Diploma in Computer App
c) B. Voc. in IT&ITeS
d) BCA
Centre for Management:
a) Diploma in Hotel Management b) PG Diploma in Management
Centre for Food Processing:
a) Advance Certificate in Food Processing b) B. Voc. in Food Processing
Centre for Secretarial Services: a) Certificate in Secretarial Practices & Presentation Skills b) Certificate
Programme in Project Writing and Presentation Skills c) Certificate in Short Hand and Typewriting d) Diploma in
Office Management & Secretarial Practices
Centre for Media and Performing Arts : a) Certificate course in Radio Jockey b) Certificate in Film c) Certificate in
Graphic Designing d) Certificate Course in Photo Journalism e) Certificate in Cinematography f) Certificate
Course in Guitar g) Certificate Course in Acting h) Diploma in Mass Communication i) Diploma in Animation &
Special Effect j) Advance Diploma in Animation & Visual Effects k) PG Diploma in Journalism & Mass
Communication
Centre For Languages: a) Certificate Course in Spoken English
Department-wise offered Courses:
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Department of Electronics: Certificate in Video Technology
Department of Psychology: PG Diploma in Mental Health Management
Department of Chemistry: a)Certificate in Analytical Techniques in Chemical Analysis b) Certificate in Chemistry
& Cosmetics c) Certificate in Mathematics for Chemists
Department of Zoology: Diploma in Laboratory Techniques
Department of Geography: Certificate in Culture & Tourism
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Why do we need Community College?
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India, at present, is recognized as one of the youngest nations in the world with over 50% of the population under
the age of 30 years. It is estimated that by about 2025, India will have 25% of the world‟s total workforce. In order
to harness the full demographic dividend, India needs an educational system which is of high quality, affordable,
flexible and relevant to the individuals, economy and to the society as a whole. Presently, the country faces a
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demand – supply mismatch, as the economy needs more „skilled‟ workforce and also the managers and
entrepreneurs than created annually. In fact, majority of the contemporary institutions of higher learning remain
almost disconnected with the requirements of the workplace. The skill oriented courses available in the market
have low credibility and acceptability with the employers. The traditional higher education system in the country
is also rigid in terms of duration of courses, timings for teaching-learning, place of study and choice of subjects.
There is a worldwide shift from conventional educational system to competence based qualification system. With
a view to make the skills acquired by the learners acceptable nationally, the curricula and system of certification
should align with the National Occupational Standards. In order to facilitate offering of nationally standardized
skill related programmes, the Government of India along with MHRD and UGC , have given shape to the concept
of “Community College” in India.
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India is a vast country with a population of more than 1.2 billion. 75% of India‟s population lives in about six lac
villages. There is a visible difference in rural and urban, rich and poor, highly educated and lesser educated,
forward and backward areas. While resourceful people, particularly those living in urban areas, have had access
to better education and professional training, but vast majority of those who live in rural areas and slums are
lesser educated and hardly undergo any technical, professional and vocational training. In fact, for most of such
people, quality education and higher technical and professional education is unaffordable. In terms of career
options, such lesser educated and not so fortunate people tend to work in low paid unorganized sector. Per
person productivity of such persons works out to be a small fraction of productivity of those who work in
organized sector of Indian economy. In an increasingly competitive economic environment of our country, the
unorganized sector, which is so important for the country, needs to increase the productivity of its manpower for
its survival and growth. Yet another paradox before the Indian informal sector is that it can- not afford employing
highly educated and professionally trained manpower which usually aspires for highly challenging, rewarding
and satisfying career. The only option available before the Indian informal sector is to depend upon relatively low
paid manpower trained through non-formal system of skill development. There is, therefore, an urgent need to
train millions of persons every year through a countrywide network of non-formal skill development. Such nonformal skill training should attract beneficiaries from all cross-sections of Indian society.
Benefits of taking Admission in Community College:
Community colleges offer students the opportunity
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To save money
Get ready for a career
Try out college and take advantage of a flexible schedule.
It permits individuals to accumulate their knowledge and skills and convert them, through testing and
certification by the competent authorities, into higher level of certification which could be a certificate, diploma,
advanced diploma, a degree or a PG diploma in common parlance.
Provide employable and certifiable skills based on National Occupational Standards (NOSs) with necessary
general education to Senior Secondary School pass-outs, with general education and /or vocational education
background.
To provide for up-gradation and certification of traditional / acquired skills of the learners irrespective of their
age
To provide opportunities for community–based life-long learning by offering courses of general interest to the
community for personal development and interest
To provide opportunity for vertical mobility to move to higher education in future
To offer bridge courses to certificate holders of general / vocational education, so as to bring them at par with
appropriate NSQF level.
To provide entrepreneurial orientation along with required skill training for self-employment and
entrepreneurship development.
UGC Approved Programmes of Community College:
a.
Diploma in Hotel Management
b. Advanced Certificate in Food Technology
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a. Diploma in Hotel Management (Under Community College Scheme of UGC)
The hotel industry is presently undergoing rapid growth particularly in the luxury category. The international
hotel chains are looking to increase their capacity in India in three segments, viz., Hotel and Restaurant, Tour
Operators and Travel Industry. The objective of this program is to develop knowledge and skills in the field of
Hotel and Restaurant through:
(a) Change in attitude
(b) Cognitive and creative skill development
(c) Skill development by general education
(d) Experimental learning (e) Organizational visits, and
(f) Observational learning among the students
Students pursuing this course will be provided following Facilities:
1. AC Class rooms, Good Library, Computerized lab with Wi-Fi, well equipped restaurant and visual
demonstration of House Keeping and restaurant management
2. Skill training in hotels and inn house.
3. Industrial tours with faculty members
Industry Partners in this course:
Hotel Kanha Shyam, Civil Lines Allahabad
Restaurant El-Chico, Civil Lines Allahabad,
Hotel President, Mysuru, Karnataka
Training and Placement
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Practical training in Hotel Kanha Shyam & El-Chico Civil Lines, Allahabad
Scholarship
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Rs 10,000.00 based on certain criteria
Warm-up classes
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June 1-20, 2016 Timings: 04:00 – 05:00 pm
Introduction with
Partner Industry
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Last week of June, 2016
(Hotel Kanha Shyam and El- Chico)
Regular Classes will
Starts from
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6th, July 2016, 03:00 -04:00 pm
Duration
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1 yr i.e. 2nd Semesters, wherein each Semester is of 6 months
Eligibility
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10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
Admission
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Interview + GD or MAT/CAT score may apply direct admission
Intake
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30 Students
Course Fees
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Rs. 10000/- per semester + 5000 for food and beverages practicals (Under
UGC Community College scheme support)
Industries Hiring
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Hotel, Tourism & service industry
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
b. Advanced Certificate in Food Technology (Under Community College Scheme of UGC)
Food scientists and technologists are versatile, interdisciplinary, and collaborative practitioners in a profession at
the crossroads of scientific and technological developments. As the food system has drastically changed, from one
centered around family food production on individual farms and home food preservation to the modern system
of today, most people are not connected to their food nor are they familiar with agricultural production and food
manufacturing designed for better food safety and quality.
The Advance Certificate Course in Food Technology offered by Ewing Christian College under the Community
College scheme of UGC has the mission to train the upcoming generation and to develop good entrepreneur in
the field of food science.
The above mentioned course contains all required field related with the Food Technology such as:
1. Introduction and History of Food Technology
3. Bakery, Confectionary and Indigenous Food
5. Food Processing and Dairy Technology
2. Microbiology and Biochemistry of Food
4. Food Packing Material and Quality Assurance
6. Food Laws and Management
This certificate course is designed in such a way where it can not only give basic information about Food
Technology but also provides sufficient platform for the candidate to start his own new enterprise as an
entrepreneur.
Special features of this course:
1. Free 15 days to one month ON-JOB training in reputed food and dairy industries.
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Teaching and practical training by well experienced and trained professionals of academic and industries.
Well equipped laboratories
Fully fledged and well organized library facilities at departmental and college level
Classes for this course will Commence from: From 13th July, 2016.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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6 months
10+2 with biology or any related field
Personal Interview
50 Students
Rs. 8,000/- under UGC Community College scheme support.
Rs. 15,000/- (after UGC support is over)
Dairy, FMCG sector, Food Packaging etc.
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA COURSES
1) Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)
Computer automation has taken over the world many years ago and the scope of it has no limitations & it is ever
growing. Those with a degree in Computer Application can seek employment in specialized role in software
development. The salary is very lucrative in this sector.
Course Content
The course consists of two Semesters, each of six months.
The following modules are covered in the course..
SEM-I
1.
Computer Appreciation & Intro to OS
2. Office Automation
4.
Financial Accounting with „Tally‟
5. Web Technology
3. Programming in „C‟ and introduction to
Data Structure
6. Seminar & Presentation
SEM-II
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5.
Data Base Management System (Oracle) 2. Data Communication 3. OOP with Java Programming 4. VB NET
Project Work.
Computing Facilities
The Centre has 150 computers managed by separate Pentium based HCL Server with Windows 2000 Server with
dual booting clients. All the PCs are connected using Local Area Network [LAN]. This is supported by other
peripherals such as DM Printers, Laser jets, Scanners etc. The latest and legal software such as Windows 2000
Server/Workstation, Windows XP, Red Hat Linux 8.0, Oracle 9i, Multimedia Toolkit, Borland C & C++ Compilers
are used to run the various level software courses.
The Centre is equipped with Internet Broadband Connectivity [BSNL-2 Mpbs]. All PCs are given Internet
connectivity by a separate Pentium based Internet Server. The effectively deliver of lectures is an important aspect
of learning. The latest tools such as Multi-Media Projector, Over-Head Projector and Computer Based Tutorials
[CBTs] are used for delivering the course contents to the students.
Library
The Centre has a library containing rich collections of books [over 2500] on different titles. It uses automated
library system for day-to-day operations.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission Procedure
Intake
Course Fees
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12 months
Bachelor Degree in any discipline
First Come First Serve
100 Students
Rs. 23,000 /- P.A.
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Industries Hiring
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IT sector
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
2.
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
Trained managers are the need of the hour in this global market. Private sector is growing rapidly & we need
individuals having sound understand & skills in Business Management in the field of marketing, finance, Human
resource , etc. Thus the main objective of this program is to,
a) Skill development in students for management
c) Development of the self-confidence with maximum exposure
e) Development of managerial outlook in personality
We offer Specializations in
1. Human Resource Management
4. Rural Resource Management
Career Prospects
1. Management as general
4. Advertisement organization
2. Marketing
b) Development of market analysis aptitude
d) Board room training for management of groups
3. Advertisement and Public Relations
2. Market Analysis
3. Production organization
5. Rural networking for resource management (Liaison between
Government and local bodies)
6. Human Resource Management
Schedule of Classes
a) 2:00 to 6:00 pm in AC class rooms
b) Special: Training in Board room exposure
Skill building
All skill-building programs will run on Sundays
Library Facilities
10:00a.m to 6:30 P.M
Computer with Internet
10:00a.m to 6:30 P.M
FACILITIES
Exposures
1. Organizational visit
2. Field visit
3. Students exchange Program
Semester & Examination
December and May
Summer Training
End of the 2nd Semester Examination
Internship: Compulsory in 3rd Semester
Compulsory for all students. It should be submitted before the semester end examination.
Proposed Specialization
1. Advertisement &Public relation (APR)
2.
Rural Resource Management (RRM)
Association Building/Brand Marketing
For APR: Launching a technical concept of APR with brand name of organization and resource generation for
future plan.
For RRM: Emphasis will be given on collaboration with KSK (Kisan Seva Kendra) and ITC (Indian Tobacco
Company) for rural marketing.
Special: Summer School for final semester students for skills building (15 days program), MBA students may also participate
in this program.
Summer Training: At the end of second semester of the first year the students will have to undergo six to eight
weeks summer training in nay organization of repute.
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Project Report: After examination at the end of the fourth semester of second year, students will have to submit a
project report on either a particular or select topic which is relevant to the group which the student has opted.
Duration
Eligibility
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2 yrs i.e. 4 semesters where in Each semester is of 6 months
45% marks at Graduation Level (B.A, B.Sc., B.Com. or equivalent)
Those who have appeared in the final year and expect their result by the end of July 2016
can also apply for this course. Students of this college are eligible for five percent privilege
marks. Proficiency in English is a prerequisite for admission. Weightage shall be given to
Church sponsored and SC/ST candidates‟ upto 10% marks in the Entrance Test
Admission
Procedure
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Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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Personal Interview& Group Discussion. Subjects will include Mathematical Ability,
Reasoning Ability, General Awareness and English Language. Merit shall be made on the
basis of performance in the interview.
60 Students
Rs. 17,500/= per semester including Extracurricular activities and Examination
All sectors
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
3.
Post Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Management (PGDMHM)
Mental health management is an approach for improvement of the state of mental health in human beings. It
deals with human beings who are in mantel stress, decision making, negotiation handling, personal and
professional problems and who are suffering with learning disabilities, drug dependency etc. The trained
individual with his curriculum will contribute to society in following form as:
1. Good organizational decision maker
2. Behavioral coach in organizations
3. Counselor for special students in schools and colleges 3. Clinical psychologist
4. Counselor as general
5. NGO manager
6. Management of electronic devices for diagnosis and treatment of mantel state of human being
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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2yrs i.e. 4 semesters where in each Semester is of 6 months
Bachelor Degree in art / Science or final yr students
Written test
60 Students
Rs. 15000/- per semester (Each semester is of 6 months)
NGO‟s, Education sector, Medical sector etc
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
4. Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
The world has witnessed a phenomenal and unprecedented explosion in communication technology and media.
All boundaries have been transcended, and the entire global community seems to have been brought together into
one unified whole. And it is here that mass – communication & Journalism as a stream of study and as a career
becomes very important. A professional course in Mass Communication& Journalism open doors for a career in
films & TV, Publishing, Public relations, Journalism, Editing, Direction, Film making, scriptwriting , production
etc. Also, the pay packet in this sector is very attractive and lucrative.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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1.5 yrs i.e. 3 Semesters wherein Each Semester is of 6 months
Bachelor‟s degree in any field or Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs.15000/- per semester (Each semester is of 6 months)
Films & TV, Publishing, Public relations, Journalism, Editing,
scriptwriting , production etc.
Direction, Film making,
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Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
ADVANCED DIPLOMA COURSES
1. Advance Diploma in Animation & Visual effects (ADAVFX)
Who can forget the cute and martial arts obsessed Panda in Kunfu Panda series or the famous Jungle book,
Batman , Superman, Chota Bheem series to name a few, wonders of Animation & Special Effects industry.
Animation Industry has boundless scope for those who love to create magic. In spite of the recent global
economic crisis, Animation & Special effects industry has continued its growth.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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1 yr i.e. 2 Semester wherein Each semester is of 6 months
10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs. 30000/- per semester
Entertainment, Media & Animation sector, Film Making, Editing etc.
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
DIPLOMA COURSES
1. Diploma in Laboratory Technology (DLT)
This course is open to the regular students of the College as well as students from other institution, who wants to
acquire knowledge and skill in Laboratory Technology. Classes are held in the evening to enable the regular
college and students to take advantage of this Diploma programme. However, the admission is done on the basis
of merit earned in the Entrance test.
The college, through the Zoology Department in collaboration with scientist, medical doctors, professors,
pathologists and biochemists, forensic science experts, physicists etc along with highly skilled laboratory technical
staff, is running this programme on self-financing basis.
This Diploma programme has been planned with the aim of training students in the field of Laboratory
Technology for employment in various research laboratories, pharmaceuticals companies, companies making
diagonistic kits, nursing homes, hospitals, clinic, pathology and forensic laboratories etc. and develops
entrepreneurship skills in them to take the problem of unemployment.
Aims and Objectives:
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To train students in the field of laboratory Technology for employment as „technical staff‟ in research
laboratories, pharmaceuticals companies, companies making diagnostic kits, nursing homes, hospitals, clinics,
pathology and forensic laboratories etc.
2. To encourage entrepreneurship among young men and women with the skill and knowledge provided under
this programme.
3. To brighten the chances of getting diversified employment especially in private sector, which is expanding,
many fold due to the open policy of Government and globalization.
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To get trained and imbibe technical skills to get admission in higher technical and allied courses.
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The programme includes lectures, demonstrations, laboratory work, including fieldwork and
apprenticeship
Course Outline of the Diploma Programme
The 2 years Diploma course is divided in two Halves. Mid Term Examination will be held at the middle of course.
Contents:
1. General Skills
4. Human Physiology
2. Laboratory Instruments
5. Biochemistry
3. Human Anatomy
6. Pathology & Microbiology
An attendance of 75% is compulsory to appear in the annual examination. In special circumstance it is permissible
upto 60%.
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Marks obtained in supplementary examination will not be considered for the merit position.
It may be noted that supplementary examination is only for those students who fail in one or more theory
paper and practical examinations and not for improvement of marks.
If candidate fails in supplementary examination, he/she will be allowed to reappear the following year in
final examination.
Award of Diploma
After successful completion of the programme, which includes compulsory apprenticeship of minimum one and a
half month is recognized scientific laboratories hospitals, nursing homes or pathology centres, the student will be
awarded diploma certificate in „Laboratories Technology’ under the seal of Ewing Christian College Allahabad.
A provisional certificate may be issued after the declaration of the results. Certificate for general awareness in
Computer Application and Spoken English and Personality Development are also given along with the diploma
certificate. Students who secure First, Second and Third position and obtain highest marks in practical‟s and
highest percentage of attendance will be awarded certificate of honor etc.
Job Opportunities:
Diploma holders of this programme have multiple employment opportunities in research and analytical
laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, dispensaries, clinics, nursing homes, etc. according to their
hard work and cultivated skills. This diploma programme is not recognized by U.P Medical Council or any
other agencies. However, College, being an Autonomous is authorized by the U.G.C. to run such diploma
programmes. A government medical job may or may not be possible. Students after this programme have
better chances to get admission in higher technical institutions as well.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission Procedure
Intake
Total Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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2 yrs
10+2 in science field
Entrance test
42 Students
Rs. 33000/Hospitals, Testing Labs, Pathological Labs, Research Centers Pharmaceutical
companies etc.
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
IMPORTANT POINTS FOR DLT ENTRANCE TEST:
Categories for students appearing for Entrance Examination in DLT:
1. General: All applicants excepts those claiming privileges under categories 02,03,04.
2. Regular students of ECC: Will be given weightage of 10% marks, which will be added to total marks
obtained by them in the Entrance test.
3. Church sponsored candidates :Will be admitted irrespective of the merit earned in the Entrance test.
Christian applicants must submit sponsorship letter signed by the Bishop/Pastor of their respective
Churches. A Church-sponsored candidate should get his/her application form signed by the Director/Cocoordinator of this Diploma programme before submission, otherwise he/she will be considered in the
General category.
4. ECC employees ward: Son, Daughter, real brother, real sister, husband, wife, of the College staff will also be
admitted irrespective of the merit earned in the Entrance test.
Privileged candidates will have to appear in the test and secure a certain minimum marks fixed by the
Admission Committee.
General information regarding the test
The entrance test will be of objective or multiple choice type in English only. Each question will have four possible
choices, out of which only one will be the correct, which the candidate is required to mark. All answers will be
marked on the separate answer sheet provided and not on the question booklet.
No negative marking is done in this test. The test will be of 2 hours duration and include the following four test
papers;
Section 1: Zoology Section 2: Chemistry
Section 3: Elementary physics
Section 4: General English &Aptitude
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Each test paper will have forty questions ad is to be answered in 30 minutes. The standard of this test is of
Intermediate (10+2 level) with Biology background. The student requires revising their Intermediate syllabi.
2. Diploma in Office Management & Secretarial Practices (DOMSP)
In the modern globalization era, Private sector has progressed & is progressing in leaps and bounds. For the
systematic functioning of their offices, trained, knowledgeable office managers are in demand and their demand
is increasing day by day. The offered course trains an individual in complete administrative work involved in
office management and supporting the work of senior officers. Proactivity, swiftness, multitasking are few of the
qualities that a individual gets trained while pursuing this course.
Course Syllabus:
The following subjects are offered:
1. Short hand
2. Typing
3.Computer application in office management
5. Windows 98
6. MS Office (word, excel, power point, access)
8. Office Management
9. Secretarial Practices 10.Business correspondence
12. Communication Skills 13. Presentation Skills and General Awareness
14. Spoken English and personality enhancement
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
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4. Computer concepts
7. Internet, E. Mail etc.
11. Business English
1 yr
10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs. 12000/- P.A.
All sectors.
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
3. Diploma in Mass Communication (DMC)
The world has witnessed a phenomenal and unprecedented explosion in communication technology and media.
All boundaries have been transcended, and the entire global community seems to have been brought together into
one unified whole. And it is here that mass – communication as a stream of study and as a career becomes very
important. Mass communication is not related to journalism alone. A professional course in Mass Communication
open doors for a career in films & TV, Publishing, Public relations, Journalism, Editing, Direction, Film making,
scriptwriting , production etc. Also, the pay packet in this sector is very attractive and lucrative.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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1 yr i.e. 2 Semester, wherein Each Semester is of 6 months
10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs. 15000/- per semester
Films & TV, Publishing, Public relations, Journalism, Editing, Direction, Film making,
scriptwriting, production, News Channels etc.
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
4. Diploma in Journalism & Video Production (DJVP)
With the entertainment & Media industry booming like never before, a course in Journalism & Video production,
will give you an edge over your counterparts. The chief responsibilities for a video producer are to find and
champion a video project, hire personnel, manage the finances and find distribution channels.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
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1 yr i.e. 2nd Semester, wherein each Semester is of 6 months
10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs. 15000/- per semester
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Industries Hiring
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Entertainment, Media sector, Film & TV production, Editing, Film Making, etc
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
5. Diploma in Animation & Special Effects (DASFX)
Who can forget the cute and martial arts obsessed Panda in Kunfu Panda series or the famous Jungle book,
Batman , Superman, Chota Bheem series to name a few, wonders of Animation & Special Effects industry.
Animation Industry has boundless scope for those who love to create magic. In spite of the recent global
economic crisis, Animation & Special effects industry has continued its growth.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
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6 months
10+2 in any field or any Final yr graduate student
First come first serve
20 Students
Rs. 25000/Entertainment, Media & Animation sector, Film & TV production, Editing, Film Making, etc
Forms Available from Institute of Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
CERTIFICATE COURSES
1. Certificate in Analytical Techniques in Chemical Analysis (UGC Sponsored Career
Oriented Course) (CATCA)
India aspires to become a developed nation by the year 2020 and this requires substantial vertical growth
especially in the field of industrialization. This would require a very large number of suitably trained personal
also in the near future. Chemical analyses of various substances play a very significant role in modern industries
like Chemical Pharmaceutical, Plants, Oil & Gas, Cement, Glass, Metals, Plastics, Food, Cotton etc. and to meet
this future requirement, it would be good if the candidate has an additional “hands-on-training” while he / she
pursues studies at graduation level so that the student gets assistance in finding a suitable placement in the
industries and other organizations. Spectroscopy is one of the most trusted and vital tool of science in the field of
„Chemical Analysis‟. Almost all Industries, National Institutes Organizations, Universities etc are employing
spectroscopy in various types of Analysis.
Ultraviolet – Visible Spectroscopy, IR Spectroscopy and Flame Photometry find great importance in Chemical
Analysis and hence this certificate course is framed to help the students to acquaint themselves with these
modern day analytical instruments and subsequently use them in chemical analysis of various substances (which
often include real samples)
Duration
Eligibility
Intake
Admission
Course Fee
:
:
:
:
:
6 months
Students of B. Sc. I to VI semester having Chemistry as one of their subjects
20 students
Through interview (to be held in the month of August)
Rs. 5000.00 per student (In three installments)
The Course is run by the Department of Chemistry. It is an interdisciplinary course.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
2. Certificate in Chemistry of Cosmetics (COC)
Objectives:
Knowledge and skills requires for performing different activities has become prime requirement of the
contemporary world. This certificate course is aimed to give students an opportunity for gaining additional value
added qualification during his / her three year study in B.Sc. after completion the course the students should be
able to : To learn composition and functions of various components for some cosmetic products
 To learn the chemistry of chemicals used in making various cosmetics
 To impart hands on training for preparing some products to understand various side effect these chemical
may cause to become a counselor for beauty and health care treatment.
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
To get a wide exposure of the fashion world for self employment and establishment of small scale level
cottage industry.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission Procedure
Intake capacity
Total Course Fee
: 6 months
: Students of B.Sc. all Semesters who opted chemistry as one of the subject
: First Come First Serve
: 30 students
: Rs. 5,000 per student (in 3 installments)
The Course is run by the Department of Chemistry. It is an interdisciplinary course.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
3. Certificate in Mathematics for Chemist (MFC)
Objectives:
To equip students with the kind of mathematics and mathematical aptitude which beside helping them in
Chemistry subject also helps them in various competitive examinations which they have to appear in future.
Syllabus
Number System
: Rational and irrational numbers as real numbers, surds and rationalization of surds,
irrational number as non-repeating, non-terminating decimal
Arithmetic
: Percentage, unitary method, ratio and proportion, powers and roots, logarithms
Algebra
: Factorization (including factor theorem and remainder theorem), linear equations, quadratic
equations, H. C. F. and L. C. M., Arithmetic Progression (A. P.), Geometric Progression (G.
P.), Harmonic Progression (H. P.)
Co-ordinate Geometry: Distance formula, section and mid-point formula, equations of line
Trigonometry
: Trigonometric ratios and identities, trigonometric ratios of complementary angles, heights
and distances
Mensuration
: Area and perimeter of a triangle and a quadrilateral, area and circumference of a circle,
surface area and volume of cube, cuboids, cylinder and cone and sphere.
Calculus
: Differentiation of functions of one variable, differentiation of sum, difference, product and
quotient of two functions, differentiation of composite of two functions (Chain rule),
Physical and geometrical interpretation of derivative of a function, Partial differentiation.
Integration of a function, integration of sum, difference and product of two functions,
methods of integration, definite integral.
Statistics
: Measures of central tendency- Mean, Median and Mode, Measures of dispersion- Range,
Mean deviation and Standard deviation, Probability- definition and simple problems.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission Procedure
Intake capacity
Course Fee
: 3 months
: Students of Bio stream of B.Sc. all Semesters who opted chemistry as one of the subject
: First Come First Serve
: 100 students
: Rs. 2,000 per student (in 2 installments)
The Course is run by the Department of Chemistry. It is an interdisciplinary course.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
4. Certificate in Culture & Tourism (UGC Sponsored Career Oriented)
Tourism is an important economic activity and has been accorded industrial status by the Government. Tourism
with telecommunication and information technology is considered as one of the main driving force of the 21 st
century global economy.
The objective of this course is to train graduate students for national outlook in the field of tourism and culture.
As tourism is one of the big industries of the country, allied branches like hotel, cultural activities food and
restaurant are support agencies of tourism.
Duration
:
6 months
30
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fee
:
:
:
:
10+2
Through Interview
30 Students
Rs. 5000/= per student (in 2 installments)
The Course is run by the Department of Geography.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
5. Certificate in Video Technology (UGC Sponsored Career Oriented Course)
A course in video technology is 6 month career oriented certificate Course (funded & recognized by University
Grant Commission) running under Department of Electronics since session 2012-13.
Now, more than ever, the future of video glows bright. The need for content has increased enormously with the
advent of digital broadcasting around the world. The Internet, also, has provided a home for emerging forms of
video such as webisodes and webcasts. Mobile platforms, such as cell phones and tablets, make it possible to view
video anywhere, anytime. Video is the medium of the day. Making a television or video programmer is a highly
specialized task. It requires a team of bright, creative, and hardworking individuals. It demands great technical
skill. It needs people who are well trained.
If you would like to work in the television and video industry the first, most important step, is to get the right
training and qualifications to equip you for your chosen career.
This course covers all aspects of production, including T.V. signal reception and transmission, researching,
production management, camera operations, lighting, editing, sound recording and mixing, and directing. All
necessary equipment is available for students to perform necessary practical in order to enhance their knowledge.
Course Content:
1. Elements of television systems
4. T.V. Receiver
7. Modulation & Demodulation
Duration
Intake
Eligibility
Admission Procedure
Course Fees
Industries hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
2. Analysis of T.V. picture
5. Color T.V. and Antenna
8. Troubleshooting
3. Components of picture tube
6. T.V. Applications
6 Month
30 Students
10 + 2 (Science Stream)
Through entrance Exam
Rs. 3000
Media channels, App developers, TV manufacturers etc
The Course is run by the Department of Electronics.
Forms available at Institute For Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
6. Course on Computer Concepts (CCC)
This course is designed to aim at imparting a basic level IT Literacy programme for the common man. This
programme has essentially been conceived with an idea of giving an opportunity to attain computer literary
thereby contributing to increased and speedy PC penetration in different walks of life. After completing the
course the incumbent should be able to use the computer for basic purpose of preparing his personnel/business
letters, viewing information on internet ( the web), receiving and sending mails, preparing his business
presentations, preparing small database etc. to maintain their small accounts using the computers and enjoy in the
world of Information Technology. This course is, therefore, designed to be more practical oriented.
The course duration is for 80 hrs which is divided in: 1. Theory 25 hours2. Tutorials 5 hours 3. Practical 50 hours
Candidates selecting this course will be conferred with Dual certification by


Ewing Christian College, Allahabad(Certificate in Computer Awareness / PC software)
National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), New Delhi (Formally DOEACC
Society)
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
:
:
:
:
3 months i.e. 80 hrs
10th Pass
First come first serve basis
30 Students
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Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
Rs. 2500/All sectors
The Course is run by the Centre for Computer Sciences.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
7. Certificate in Spoken English
English may not be the most spoken language in the world but it is the official language in a large number of
countries like in India. Also, English is the predominant Business Language. We need to understand that reading
English is not as difficult as speaking the language itself.
Understanding the above needs, ECC-ISD has designed the Spoken English course which helps the students
understand the basic grammar of the language, learn common spoken terms, attain fluency in the language.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
2 months
Open for all
First come first serve basis
30 Students
Rs. 2200/All sectors
The Course is run by the Centre for Languages.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
8. Certificate in Secretarial Practices & Presentation Skills
In view of the prevailing unemployment among undergraduates, it has become indispensable to seek a certificate
level vocational training as an additional value added qualification along with the three years degree course. With
the remarkable growth in the socio-professional fields during the past five decades and to be in line with the New
Educational Policy of Vocationalization of Educational Courses, Ewing Christian College, Allahabad is
introducing a six months certificate level course in Office Management Stenography and Secretarial Practices.
Since UGC authorized certificate is now compulsory for applying for job as Stenographer in many High
Courts and other concerns therefore this Certificate shall provide greater Job opportunities to the students.
SUBJECTS OBJECTIVES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
To prepare the students, making them fit for employment as Administrative/Management Executive
Secretaries, Personal Assistants, Stenographers/Typists, Front Office/Desk Assistants and Office Assistants
etc.
To promote knowledge & skills for self employment in related fields.
To provide the knowledge of modern office, related equipments, machines & the practices and procedures
involved in their efficient running.
To make the students expert stenographers, letter drafters, and to train them in handling of records &
information.
To equip the students with the skill of taking dictations, transcribing the matter on typewriter and computers.
To train the students in formatting documents, forms, inventories, reports & proposals on computers.
To train the students to use the internet, E-mail etc., in a modern office.
To train the students in communication skills in a proper business environment.
JOB POTENTIALS:
The students can be employed in various organizations as:
1. Administrative/Management Secretaries
4. Stenographers & Typists
2. Executive Secretaries
3. Personal Assistants
5. Font Officer/Desk Assistants and Office Assistants etc.
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The students can also be self-employed as:
(1) Owners of commercials Typing- Shorthand Institutes.
(2) Take up private job work as Stenographers and Computer Operators.
Duration
:
6 months
Eligibility
:
10+2 / Graduate in any field
Admission
: First come first serve basis
Intake
:
30 Students
Course Fees
:
Rs. 6000/Industries Hiring : All sectors require Administrative/Management Executive Secretaries, Personal Assistants,
Stenographers/Typists, Front Office/Desk Assistants and Office Assistants etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Secretarial Services.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
9. Certificate Course in Radio Jockey
If you love the sound of your voice and have a way to charm listeners with your words, then a career as a Radio
Jockey might be tailor made for you. The way people look at radio has changed. Earlier Indian radio personalities
were simply referred to as “Radio Announcers”. But in the last ten years the radio sector has seen a drastic
positive change and now the status of Radio Jockey (RJ) is nothing less than a celebrity. The role of a RJ is
informed, update and entertain its listeners.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 12000/AIR, FM channels etc
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
10. Certificate in Film Making
Film making is not something that can be easily learned. The course provides hands on training in professional
film making at an introductory level. Students will explore the complete process of digital film making during the
course period. Here student will be taught fundamentals of visual storytelling, developing scripts, casting,
editing, sound designing, short film making etc.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
4 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students/ per batch
Rs. 20000/TV & Film production houses etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
11. Certificate in Graphic Designing
Graphic designer creates visual concepts, using computer software to communicate ideas that inspire, inform and
captivate the consumer. They develop the overall layout and production design for various applications such as
for advertisements, brochures, magazines, corporate reports etc.
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Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 15000/Advertising agencies, e-commerce portals, Print media etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
12. Certificate Course in Photo Journalism
People usually relate journalism to covering various events happening in the society via print or TV media. Photo
journalism is a very important part of Journalism, by which a visual representation of a newsworthy event is
captured and created with several dynamic photographs. Thus a Photo journalist need to have an excellent sense
of timing, as a second too early or too late won‟t get the require story.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 12000/Print media, News channels etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
13. Certificate Course in Cinematography
Cinematographers interpret the vision of director who are skilled in camera operations and lighting equipment
used to produce movies, television shows and other film projects. The surest route to employment as a
cinematographer is experience in the entertainment industry.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 15000/Television & entertainment industry etc
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
14. Certificate Course in Guitar
Grasp the essentials needed to begin playing acoustic or electric guitar. You will learn an easy approach to get you
playing quickly, through a combination of exploring the instrument, performance techniques and basic music
theory.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 5000/Music & Entertainment industry etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
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Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
15. Certificate Course in Acting
For a good start to a professional acting career one must try to get a formal training in the same, where students
get experience working on and around a stage and become familiar with acting terms and concepts.
Duration
Eligibility
Admission
Intake
Course Fees
Industries Hiring
:
:
:
:
:
:
3 months
10+2 / Graduate in any field
First come first serve basis
10 Students / per batch
Rs. 10000/Film & Entertainment industry etc.
The Course is run by the Centre for Media Studies and Performing Arts.
Forms available at Institute for Skill Development, ECC, Allahabad
ADMISSIONS SCHEDULE FOR ECC-ISD
Form selling for all the courses i.e. PG Diploma/Advance Diploma/Diploma/Advance Certificate/Certificate
Program begins from 30th April 2016 and the admission will be taken on First Come First Serve basis.
Entrance examination will be held for DLT (Diploma in laboratory Technology) only as per following schedule:
Entrance Test: 2nd July, 2016
Entrance Test result: 15th July, 2016
Admission Date: 20th July, 2016
COUNSELLING (ON LINE AND OFFLINE)
Students can access their Entrance Test result by clicking on the Result Box on the college web site
www.ecc.ac.inand fill their Entrance Test roll number.
ADMISSION
Payment of Course Fee and Process of Admission:
The candidate can pay the Course Fee as mentioned on page no. 13:
The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on
prescribed dates in the following subject wise headings, for verification along with the
original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports category, reserved
category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
B.A. Admission
Students have to choose their subjects from the drop-down menu and submit. The choice will be then
locked if seats in the chosen subjects are available. The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by
4:00 pm. As below:
Students are, advised that the choice of subjects as well as the payment of fees must be made within the
given time frame. Use of a high speed network is therefore, desirable.
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The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on 8-7-2016 and 9-7-2016
for verification along with the original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports
category, reserved category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
The Verification of all B.A. students will take place in the Tooker Hall at 10:00 A.M.
Note: Students who cannot produce the original documents will have their Admission Cancelled and
are advised not to take online admission in case they have not cleared Class 12.
To avoid disappointment please note that as the merit position falls the availability of subjects will
diminish therefore students of higher merits are advised not to delay in taking admission or they may
not get the subject of their choice. They must therefore adhere to the following schedule strictly
 27-6-2016 to 28-6-2016 for students with merit position from 1-200
 29-6-2016 to 30-6-2016 for students with merit position from 1-450
 01-7-2016 to 02-7-2016 for students with merit position from 1-650
WAITING LIST ADMISSION
The waitlisted candidates of B.A. will have to report offline in the College on 02.07.2016 between 10:00 AM
to 1:00 PM in Tooker Hall. The admissions on vacant seats will take place 2:00 PM onwards. Students must
bring all the relevant documents and required fee at the time of Counseling.
Note:
1. Only those students who have reported will be considered for admission.
2. The waiting list will be subject to the availability of seats and the option may be withdrawn
upon the filling of the allotted quota.
B. Sc. Admission
Students have to choose their subject stream from the drop-down menu. The choice will be then locked if
seats in the chosen stream are available. The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by 4:00 pm.
as below:
The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on 8-7-2016 and 9-7-2016
for verification along with the original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports
category, reserved category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
The Verification of documents will take place at 10:00 a.m. onwards at the following venues:
1. All students B.Sc. BZC, BBTC and BMBZ in Lecture Theater (BLT -1) of Botany Department
2. All students of B.Sc. PSM,PEM,PCAM, PBPM in P-1 Lecture Theater of Physics Department
3. All students of B.Sc. PCM in the C.J. Lecture theater of Chemistry Department
Note: Students who cannot produce the original documents will have their Admission Cancelled and
are advised not to take online admission in case they have not cleared Class 12
To avoid disappointment please note that as the merit position falls the availability of subjects will
diminish therefore students of higher merits are advised not to delay in taking admission or they may
not get the subject of their choice. They must therefore adhere to the following schedule strictly
 27-6-2016 to 28-6-2016 for students of PCM merit position from 1-240 and for students
of PSM,PEM, PCAM and PBPM merit position each from 1-60
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29-6-2016 to 30-6-2016 for students of BZC merit position from 1-200 and students of
BBTC merit position from 1-40 and students of BMBZ merit position from 1-60.
WAITING LIST ADMISSION
The waitlisted candidates of B. Sc. [PCM (Merit position 241 - 800), PSM (61 – last), PEM (61 – last), PCAM
(61 – last), PBPM (61 – last)] will have to report offline in the College on 01.07.2016 between 10:00 AM to
1:00 PM in Physics-1 & Physics-2 Lecturer Theaters. The admissions on vacant seats will take place 2:00 PM
onwards. Students must bring all the relevant documents and required fee at the time of Counseling.
The waitlisted candidates of B. Sc. [BZC (201 – last), BBTC (61 – last), BMBZ (61 – last)] will have to report
offline in the College on 01.07.2016 between 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Botany-1 & Botany-2 Lecturer Theaters.
The admissions on vacant seats will take place 2:00 PM onwards. Students must bring all the relevant
documents and required fee at the time of Counseling.
Note:
1. Only those students who have reported will be considered for admission.
2. The waiting list will be subject to the availability of seats and the option may be withdrawn
upon the filling of the allotted quota.
B. Com. Admission
Students have to choose their subject stream from the drop-down menu. The choice will be then locked if
seats in the chosen stream are available.
The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by 4:00 pm. as below:
The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on 8-7-2016and 9-7-2016
for verification along with the original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports
category, reserved category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
The Verification of documents will take place at 10:00 a.m. in New Hall
Note: Students who cannot produce the original documents will have their Admission Cancelled and
are advised not to take online admission in case they have not cleared Class 12
To avoid disappointment please note the following:
1. Students are advised to adhere to the following schedule strictly: 27-6-2016 to 28-6-2016 for students of B.Com. in Selected list Merit position from 1-150
WAITING LIST ADMISSION
The waitlisted candidates of B. Com. will have to report offline in the College on 02.07.2016 between 10:00
AM to 1:00 PM in Tooker Hall. The admissions on vacant seats will take place 2:00 PM onwards. Students
must bring all the relevant documents and required fee at the time of Counseling.
Note:
1. Only those students who have reported will be considered for admission.
2. The waiting list will be subject to the availability of seats and the option may be withdrawn
upon the filling of the allotted quota.
B. Voc. Admission
Students have to choose their subject stream from the drop-down menu. The choice will be then locked if
seats in the chosen stream are available. The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by 4:00 pm.
as below:
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The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on 8-7-2016and 9-7-2016
for verification along with the original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports
category, reserved category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
The Verification of documents will take place at 10:00 a.m. onwards in Lecture Theater (ZLT) of Zoology
Department
Note: Students who cannot produce the original documents will have their Admission Cancelled and
are advised not to take online admission in case they have not cleared Class 12
To avoid disappointment please note the following:
Students are advised to adhere to the following schedule strictly: 27-6-2016 to 28-6-2016 for students of B.Voc. in Selected list
WAITING LIST ADMISSION
The waitlisted candidates of B. Voc. (Food Processing and IT &ITeS) will have to report offline in the
College on 01.07.2016 between 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Zoology Lecturer Theater. The admissions on vacant
seats will take place 2:00 PM onwards. Students must bring all the relevant documents and required fee at
the time of Counseling.
Note:
1. Only those students who have reported will be considered for admission.
2. The waiting list will be subject to the availability of seats and the option may be withdrawn
upon the filling of the allotted quota.
B.C.A. Admission
Students have to choose their subject stream from the drop-down menu. The choice will be then locked if
seats in the chosen stream are available. The required fee is to be deposited on the same day by 4:00 pm.
as below:
The receipt generated following the payment has to be then brought to the college on 8-7-2016and 9-7-2016
for verification along with the original pass mark sheet of classes 10 & 12. Applicants of the sports
category, reserved category and physically handicapped category have to bring their relevant testimonials.
Christian students have to bring their original Church sponsored certificate.
The Verification of documents will take place at 10:00 a.m. in M- 2 Lecture Theater (Department of
Mathematics)
Note: Students who cannot produce the original documents will have their Admission Cancelled and
are advised not to take online admission in case they have not cleared Class 12
To avoid disappointment please note the following:
1. Students are advised to adhere to the following schedule strictly: 27-6-2016 to 28-6-2016 for students of B.C.A. in Selected list Merit position from 1-60
WAITING LIST ADMISSION
The waitlisted candidates of B.C.A. will have to report offline in the College on 01.07.2016 between 10:00
AM to 1:00 PM in Physics – 4 Lecturer Theater. The admissions on vacant seats will take place 2:00 PM
onwards. Students must bring all the relevant documents and required fee at the time of Counseling.
Note:
1. Only those students who have reported will be considered for admission.
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2. The waiting list will be subject to the availability of seats and the option may be withdrawn
upon the filling of the allotted quota.
STAFF LIST: 2016-2017
M. Massey, M. Sc., D. Phil.
PRINCIPAL
L.C.T. Eusebius, M. Sc., D. Phil.
VICE-PRINCIPAL
Jerald Massey, M. Sc.
BURSAR
A.D.M. David, M. Sc., D. Phil.
REGISTRAR (ACADEMICS)
Rev. Ivon Massey, M.A., L.L.B., B.D.
REGISTRAR (ADMINISTRATION)
E.J. David, M.A., D. Phil.
REGISTRAR (EXAMINATION)
S.B. Singh, M.A., D. Phil.
JOINT REGISTRAR (ACADEMICS)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Dean
: Mrs. L. Hermit, M.A., D. Phil.
Associate Dean : Mrs. P.S. Massey, M.A., D. Phil.
ECONOMICS
(1) Mrs. L. Hermit, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) V.K. Nigam, M.A., D. Phil.
(3) U.P. Singh, M.A., D. Phil.
HUMANITIES DEPARTMENTS
ENGLISH
(1) Mrs. P.S. Massey, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Vacant (3) Vacant (4) Vacant (5) Vacant
HINDI
(1) Ms. R.R. Lall, M.A., (Head)
(2) R.K. Garg, M.A., D. Phil.
(3) Vacant (4) Vacant
URDU
(1) Mrs. L.F. Naqvi, M.A., Ph. D., (Head)
SANSKRIT
(1) Vacant (2) Vacant
PHILOSOPHY
(1) S.B. Singh, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Sanjay Shukla, M.A., D. Lit.
GEOGRAPHY
(1) Ms. V. John, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Ajin Ray, M.A., D. Phil.
(3) S. John (Lab. Assistant)
PSYCHOLOGY
(1) Sheetla Prasad, M.A., Ph. D., MBA, (Head)
(2) Ms. Alpana Paul, M.A., D. Phil.
(3) Mrs. Manju Tiwari, M.A.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENTS
Dean
: L.C.T. Eusebius, M. Sc., D. Phil.
Associate Dean : Mukesh Pati, M. Sc., D. Phil.
ANCIENT HISTORY
(1) B.C. Shukla, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) J.P. Upadhyay, M.A., Ph. D.
(3) Vacant
BOTANY
(1) Mukesh Pati, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) A.S. Moses, M. Sc., Ph. D., BCS
(3) P.C. Srivastava, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(4) Mrs. Shonali Chaturvedi, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(5) A.K. Tiwari, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(6) S.K. Mishra, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(7) Vacant
(8) S.K. Awasthi (Lab. Assistant)
(9) S.K. Prajapati (Lab. Assistant)
MEDIEVAL HISTORY
(1) Mrs. Jyotika Roy, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Vacant
EDUCATION
(1) Vidyapati, M. Sc., M. Ed., Ph. D., (Head)
(2) Justin P. Sahae, M. Sc., M. Ed.
POLITICAL SCIENCE
(1) E.J. David, M.A., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Mrs. A. Ghosh, M.A., D. Phil.
CHEMISTRY
(1) L.C.T. Eusebius, M. Sc., D. Phil. (Head)
(2) R.C. Mukerji, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(3) A.D.M. David, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(4) Mrs. M. Barnabas, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(5) V. Mushran, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(6) Mrs. S. Sahai, M. Sc., D. Phil.
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(7) Mrs. S. Sundram, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(8) V. Bhadauria, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(9) Justin Masih, M. Sc., Ph. D.
(10) Vacant (11) Vacant (12) Vacant
(13) Vacant
(14) B. Sharma (Lab. Assistant)
(15) Rajesh Mishra (Lab. Assistant)
(16) Vacant
STATISTICS
(1) S. Kumar, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) R. Singh, M. Sc., D. Phil.
MATHEMATICS
(1) P. Khare, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) J. Massey, M. Sc.
(3) R.P. Singh, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(4) U.B. Singh, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(5) A.K. Pandey, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(6) A.K. Shukla, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(7) Vacant (8) Vacant (9) Vacant
PHYSICS
(1) R.C. Mittal, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Head)
(2) Anjani Kr. Singh, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(3) Mrs. K.L. Pandey, M. Sc., D. Phil., MCA
(4) Anil Kr. Singh, M. Sc., D. Phil., M. Tech., MBA
(5) A.K. Shukla, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(6) A.K. Pathak, M. Sc., D. Phil.
(7) P.K. Priya, M. Sc.
(8) Vacant (9) Vacant (10) Vacant
(11) K.K. Ghosh (Lab. Assistant)
(12) S. Henry (Lab. Assistant)
ZOOLOGY
(1) Mrs. L. Nathan, M. Sc., Ph. D., (Head)
(2) Sanjay Masih, M. Sc., Ph. D.
(3) Vacant (4) Vacant (5) Vacant (6) Vacant
(7) Vacant(8) Vacant (Lab. Assistant)
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
(1) Thomas Abraham, M.P. Ed., Ph. D., (Head)
COLLEGE OFFICIALS
Dean, Academic Affairs
: R.C. Mukherjee
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs: Piyush Khare
Dean, Student Welfare
: Ms. R.R. Lall
Dean, Research & Development: Sheetla Prasad
Associate Dean, R& D
: Anil Kr. Singh
Chief Public Information Officer: A.D.M. David
Secretary IQAC
: A.S. Moses
Staff Advisor, Student Union : Sheetla Prasad
Director, M.R.E.
: Mrs. M. Barnabas
Director, College Choir
: Justin Masih
Chief Proctors
: Sanjay Shukla
Associate Proctors
: Mrs. K.L. Pandey
V. Bhadauria
R.K. Garg
Women Cell President
: Mrs. L. Hermit
Women Cell Vice-President
: Mrs. K.L. Pandey
Women Cell Secretary
: Mrs. S. Sundaram
Women Cell Treasurer
: Ms. R.R. Lall
Women Cell Cultural Secretary : Mrs. S. Chaturvedi
NSS-Program Officers
: A.K. Pandey,
: Anil Kr. Shukla,
: U.P. Singh,
: S.K. Mishra,
: Mrs. S. Chaturvedi,
: Mrs. A. Ghosh,
: R.K. Garg,
Director, Gandhi Prathana Samaj: J.P. Upadhyay
Director, Tarun Shanti Sena
: R.P. Singh
Convener Grievance
: A.D.M. David
and Redressal Cell
Staff Advisor, S.C.M.
: Mrs. L. Hermit
Alumni Association Secretary : L.C.T. Eusebius
Alumni Association Joint Secretary: Mrs. K.L. Pandey
In-charge, Counseling & Guidance Cell: Ms. A. Paul
N.C.C. Officers
: Naval-Lt. Cdr. A. Ray,
: Lt. Cdr. Thomas Abraham
Library Secretary
: Ms. R.R. Lall
Associate Library Secretary
: Santosh Kumar
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
(1) Office Superintendent (Vacant)
(2) Accountant (Vacant)
(3) Stenographer (Vacant)
(4) Data Entry Operator (Vacant)
(5) Ajay Mishra, B. Com., L.L.B.
(6) Hunny Robin, I.A.
(7) Vijay Masih, B. Com.
(8) Harish Chandra, M.A.
(9) Sanjeet Massey, B.A.
(10) Vacant (11) Vacant (12) Vacant
(13) Vacant (14) Vacant (15) Vacant
(16) P.K. Solomon, B.A., B. Th.
(17) Rajkumar Massey, B. Com.
(18) Yogesh Kr. Singh, B. Com.
(19) Sanjeev Kerr, M.A.
(20) Varun Upadhyay, B. Com.
(21) MuditMathur, B.A., B. Ed.
(22) Rohit A. Austin, M.A., PGDCA
(23) Amit Micheal, B.A.
LIBRARY STAFF
(1) Librarian (Vacant) (2) Deputy Librarian (Vacant)
(3) Mrs. Meenakshi David (4) Library Clerk (Vacant)
REGISTRAR OFFICE STAFF
(1) Leonard Lembert, B.A. (2) V.S. Gladwin, B.A.
(3) Shakeel Ahmed, B.A.
VOCATIONAL COURSES’ STAFF
ELECTRONICS
(1) Akansha George
(3) Vineesh Cutting
(2) P. Nandan
BIOTECHNOLOGY
(1) Mukesh Pati, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculties
MICROBIOLOGY
(1) Mukesh Pati, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Coordinator)
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(2) Saurabh N. Singh, M.Sc.
(3) Guest Faculties
(2) Guest Faculties
BIOPHYSICS
(1) Anjani Kumar Singh, M.Sc. D.Phil., (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculty
COMPUTER APPLICATION
(1) M. Massey, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Coordinator)
(2) Mrs. K.L. Pandey, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Associate Coordinator)
(3) P. Tripathi, MCA, (Assistant Coordinator)
(4) Abhishek Srivastava, MCA
(5) Sonu Pandey, MCA
(6) S. Biswal, (Centre Manager)
(7) Sameer Khare (System Administrator)
(8) Alok Kispotta
(9) Vishal Mathew
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
(1) Manish Masih, M.Com. M.Ed. D.Phil. (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculty
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATION
(1) M. Massey M. Sc., D. Phil, (Coordinator)
(2) Mrs. K. L. Pandey, M. Sc., D. Phil., MCA
(3) Guest Faculty
CENTRE FOR MEDIA STUDIES AND
PERFORMING ARTS
(1) Mr. Ravi Sharma (Coordinator)
(2) Mr. Chandan Jha
(3) Mr. Rohit Wylie
(4) Guest Faculties
(5) Gaurav Pal (Lab. Assistant)
INSTITUTE FOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT
(1) M. Massey, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Director)
(2) Sheetla Prasad (Nodal Officer)
(3) Saurabh N. Singh [Asstt. Registrar (Admin.) for SelfFinanced Courses]
(4) Monami Basu (O.S.D.)
COMMUNITY COLLEGE (CC)
FOOD TECHNOLOGY (CC)
(1) Mukesh Pati, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculties
OFFICE MANAGEMENT & SECRETARIAL
PRACTICES (OMSP)
(1) L.C.T. Eusebius, M. Sc., D. Phil., (Coordinator)
(2) P. K. Solomon (Faculty)
(3) Guest Faculties
HOTEL MANAGEMENT (CC)
(1) Sheetla Prasad, M.A., Ph. D., MBA, (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculties
LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
(1) Sanjay Masih, M. Sc., Ph.D., (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculties
FOOD PROCESSING
(1) Mrs. L.S. Nathan, M. Sc., Ph. D., (Coordinator)
(2) Saurabh N. Singh
(4) Yati Dwivedi
(5) Sibyl Farmer
(6) Guest Faculties
CENTRE FOR LANGUAGES
(1) Mrs. O. Mall
(2) Ms. Ekta Bhargav
(3) Part Time Trainers
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
(1) Sheetla Prasad, M.A., Ph. D., MBA, (Coordinator)
BACHELOR OF VOCATION (B. VOC.)
IT & ITES
(1) Mrs. K.L. Pandey, M. Sc., D. Phil., MCA, (Coordinator)
(2) Guest Faculty
IMPORTANT NOTICES FOR NEW STUDENTS
1) All Christian Students must attend the special service at College Chapel on 10-7-2016 at 9:00
A.M.
2) All students of B. Sc. Who have been cleared after verification can down load their Section
Card from the College website and attend the Induction Assembly on 11-7-2016 at 10:00 A.M.
in the Tooker Hall.
3) All students of B.A. Who have been cleared after verification can down load their Section Card
from the college website and attend the Induction Assembly on 12-7-2016 at 10:00 A.M. in the
Tooker Hall.
4) Classes for B.A., B. Sc., B. Com., B.C.A. B. Ed. and B. Voc. will commence on 13-7-2016.
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5) 75 % attendance in class rooms is compulsory in order to enable a student to take the Semester
Examination.
6) After taking admission in the College, transfer certificate must be submitted within three
months else admission will be cancelled.
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