UNDERGRADUATE HONOURS COURSES Amount Payable
Entrance Based CoursesBA English, BA Economics, BA Mass Communication and Video Production, BA Media Technology, BA Music, BSc Biotechnology, Bachelor of Business Administration Rs. 450.00 (+100 for every extra entrance applied)
Non-Entrance Based Courses BA History, BA Khasi, BA Philosophy, BA Political Science, BSc Biochemistry, BSc Chemistry, BSc Fishery Science, BSc Geology, BSc Mathematics, BSc Physics, BSc Statistics,BSc Zoology, BSc Computer Science, Bachelor of Commerce Rs. 350.00
POST GRADUATE HONOURS COURSES
Entrance Based Courses MSc in Biotechnology,Master in Computer Application (MCA), Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA) Rs. 450.00 (+100 for every extra entrance applied)
(Amount includes the posting expense of the prospectus to the applicant)


DATES OF ENTRANCE TESTS

ENTRANCE TESTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

SUBJECTS DATE/DAY TIME
Media Technologies 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Arts Results* 10.00 AM -12.00 Noon
Mass Com & Video Prod 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Arts Results* 1.30 PM - 3.30 PM
Biotechnology Thursday: 20th April 2017 10.00 AM - 11.00 AM
Music (Aptitude tests and Interview) 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Arts Results* 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM
Business Administration (BBA) 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Commerce Results* 10.00 AM - 11.00 AM
English** 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Arts Results* 10.00 AM - 11.00 AM
Economics 2 days after declaration of MBOSE Arts Results* 12.00 Noon - 1.00 PM

Personal Interview will also be held for PGDCA on 25th July, 2017. The Entrance Tests for Post Graduate Programmes in Biotechnology and Computer Applications will be on 29th June, 2017 and the Personal Interview on 4th & 5th July, 2017.

ENTRANCE TESTS FOR POST GRADUATE

M.Sc.
Last date for request for applications : 26.06.2017
Last date for submission of applications : 27.06.2017
Date of entrance test : 29.06.2017
Date for announcing list for interview : 01.07.2017
Dates of interview : 04 to 05.07.17
Final result : 06.07.2017
Last date of closing admission : 26.07.2017
Starting of academic session : 29.07.2017
Policy of refund of the fee in case of withdrawal : Fees refund will be applicable if admission is withdrawn before 27.07.17

MCA
Last date for request for applications : 26.06.2017
Last date for submission of applications : 27.06.2017
Date of entrance test : 29.06.2017
Date for announcing list for interview : 01.07.2017
Dates of interview : 04 to 05.07.17
Final result : 06.07.2017
Last date of closing admission : 26.07.2017
Starting of academic session : 29.07.2017
Policy of refund of the fee in case of withdrawal : Fees refund will be applicable if admission is withdrawn before 27.07.17


PGDCA
Last date for submission of applications : 24.07.2017
Personal interview : 25.07. 2017
Shortlisting of Selected Candidatest : 26.07.2017
Classes begin on : 29.07.2017

PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE APPLICATION

Applications can be done on-line to all Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses. Applicants are requested follow the directives given below to make the process easy.

  • First time applicants are requested to sign up on the "Application Portal" to create a login name.
  • After the sign up, the login ID and password are sent to the registered mobile number and E-mail. Use these details to login to the application portal and fill in all the relevant information.
  • While filling in the online form, kindly ensure that you have entered relevant data in fields marked mandatory.
  • For every course applied, the applicant will be provided with a Unique Application ID (UID). This UID is used for all application related references.
  • Admission to some courses are based on a Selection Process via Entrance Examination or/and Personal Interview and for other courses, admissions are on first-come-first served basis at the college, provided all the eligibility criteria are met.
  • For non-entrance based courses, an applicant can apply only for one course at a time and each course applied for will have a separate UID.
  • For entrance based courses, an applicant may apply for more than one using the same UID.
  • An amount of Rs.350.00 per course will be payable for application to a non-entrance based under Graduate (UG) Course, Rs. 450.00 for an entrance based UG course and Rs. 450 per course will be payable for application to Post Graduate (PG) Course. An additional amount of Rs. 100.00 will be charged against every extra course applied for.
  • Every Entrance based course applied for, the applicant will need to send an additional passport size photo along with the documents.
  • The payment to the above amount specified may be done by online method (Credit Card, Debit Card, Net Banking etc.,) or by attaching a DD for the required amount drawn in favour of Principal, St. Anthony’s College payable at Shillong.
  • The UID and the DD No/Online Transaction ID is to be legibly written after printing out the online filled in application form.
  • The following documents in hard copy are to be posted to the address given below:
    • Print out of the online filled in Application form
    • Demand Draft/Online Transaction Receipt
    • Attested copies of Supporting Documents (Class X Mark Sheet, Admit Card, Class XII (if available)

      Principal
      St. Anthony’s College,
      Shillong – 793 001
      Meghalaya. India.
  • On receiving and having verified the above documents, the office will send you a hard copy of the Prospectus and further admission/entrance exam details.
  • Once the hard copy of the prospectus and application form is received, the applicant has to report to the College as per the Admission/Selection date(s) notified with supporting documents.
  • Internet Mark sheets are also allowed for admission provisionally.
  • Date of admission to UG Course is from the date of declaration of MBOSE (Meghalaya Board Of Secondary Education) result for the respective stream.
  • Online applicants are to keep in check with their Login Dash board/College Website for further intimation regarding admission.
  • Candidates who apply online within one week to the date of entrance tests, are to collect their prospectus/Entrance admit card etc., from the college on the day of the entrance test.
  • The online admission portal for a course may be disabled once the entrance to that course is over or its admissions are full.
Enter Application Portal

Others

  • Those seeking admissions in other short term, Diploma or Industry Certified courses need to get in touch with the concerned department for details.
  • Spot Admission to any of the courses at the college is granted to students who have excellent academic record. The matter is fully under the discretion of the Principal.
  • Students who have excelled in extracurricular activities (Sports, Art and Culture etc.) at National or International levels have preference at admission time. The matter is fully under the discretion of the Principal and the concerned councils.

N.B. In Keeping with the Vision and Mission of the College, No Capitation fee in any form is collected at admissions and Do not be deceived by anyone who demand money promising admission. All such matters are to be directly reported to the Principal.

Important Guidelines

Under Graduate Professional Courses

The College will conduct Entrance Examination for its under-graduate professional courses. The courses are:

  • B.A English
  • B.A/B.Sc Economics
  • Media Technologies
  • Mass Communication and Video production
  • Business Administration
  • B. Music
  • B.Sc Biotechnology

B.A/B.Sc Economics

Duration: The test will be of 1 hour.

Areas to be tested:

  • Elementary knowledge of Economics applicable at the higher secondary level. Science students opting for this course are advised to consult any higher secondary Economics textbook.
  • Mathematical aptitude at Secondary level.

Selection: Candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in the entrance test. To be eligible for admission, the Candidate need to have an aggregate of 55% in their Higher Secondary Examination.

B.A Media Technology

Duration: The test will be of 2 hours' duration.

Content:

  • Audio & Visual comprehension in the area of print journalism, Audio production & photography
  • A special focus in Grammar and Syntax Structuring.
  • General knowledge in the areas of current affairs, art and culture, film and literature.
  • Writing skills

Selection: Candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in the entrance test. To be eligible for admission, the Candidate needs to have an aggregate of 55% in their Higher Secondary Examination. This is open for Arts/Commerce/Science students.

Mass Communication and Video Production

Duration: The test will be of 2 hours' duration.

Content:

  • Writing skills, Audio & Visual comprehension in the area of electronic media.
  • A special focus in Grammar and Syntax Structuring.
  • General knowledge in the areas of current affairs, art and culture, film and literature.
  • Writing skills

Selection: Candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in the entrance test. To be eligible for admission, the Candidate needs to have an aggregate of 55% in their Higher Secondary Examination. This is open for Arts/Commerce/Science students.

Bachelor of Business Administration

Duration: The test will be of 1 hour and 30 minutes duration.

Content:

The test will have five sections:

  • Logical reasoning - This section will test the logical and analytical skills of the candidate.
  • Numerical ability - Mathematics up to the level of Class X.
  • English Usage and Comprehension.
  • Data interpretation and sufficiency.
  • General knowledge of current affairs.

Selection: Successful candidates must qualify in each of the sections. To be eligible for admission, the candidate must be successful at the entrance test and secure a minimum aggregate of 55% at the qualifying higher secondary examination. This is open for Arts/Commerce/science students.

B.A Music

The test for Music will be an aptitude test.

Areas to be tested:

  • Sense of tonality.
  • Acquintanec with Indian style of singing
  • Fluency in playing instruments such as Keyboard, guitar, etc. A graded certificate will be an advantage.
  • General awareness about Music, Musicians (Indian and Western), music of the North East.

Selection: Candidates will be short-listed based on their performance in the entrance test. To be eligible for admission the candidate need to have an aggregate of 55% in their Higher Secondary Examination. This is open fo Arts/Commerce/Science students.

B.Sc Biotechnology

Duration:A written test of 60 minutes.

Content:

  • Students will be tested in the areas of Biology, Chemistry and Physics taught at the Higher Secondary Level and Meathematics taughat at the Secondary level.
  • The test wil have two section:
    • Section A will have 40 Multiple Choice type questions.
    • section B will have 24 Fill in the Blanks type questions.
  • The weightage given in both section, to the respective subject areas will be in the ratio of 5:3:1:1.
  • Negative marks will be awarded to incorrect answers.

Selection: Candidates will be short-listed based on their performance in the entrance test. To be eligible for admission the candidate need to have an aggregate of 60% in their Higher Secondary Examination.

Post Graduate

The College will conduct Entrance Examination for its Post-graduate professional courses. The courses are:

  • M.Sc - Biotechnology
  • Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
  • Both courses are affiliated to North Eastern Hill University (NEHU). MCA is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

M.Sc Biotechnology

Eligibility:

  • Graduates in any branches of Life Sciences including Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Agriculture, Horticulture and Veterinary Science. Graduates in Chemical Sciences with Botany, Zoology or any other life science as subsidiary/general subject(s).

Test Content: Students will be tested in the areas of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Immunology, Basic Zoology and Botany, taught at the B.Sc. level and Chemistry taught at the Higher Secondary Level.

The test will have two sections:

  • Section A will have 150 multiple choice type questions.
  • Section B will have 50 fill-in-the Blanks type of questions.
  • Negative marks will be awarded to incorrect answers.

Selection: Candidates shortlisted based on their performance in the written test will be called for interview. The final merit list of candidates will be prepared based on the marks obtained in written test, interview and B.Sc. degree examination. Aggregate marks secured in written test and interview will have 70% weightage and the B.Sc marks will have 30% weightage.

M.C.A

Eligibility:

  • Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in any stream. The candidate should have passed mathematics or equivalent at the Plus Two level.
  • 55% in the aggregate (in the honours subject) and consistently good academic record

Test Content:The test will follow the objective and/or descriptive pattern of testing. There will be three sections that the candidates will have to answer:

  • Logical & Numerical Aptitude
  • Basic Mathematical Aptitude
  • Mathematics (of Class XII standard) or Computer Science/Applications (of Degree standard). The candidates will have option for answering either the Mathematics or the Computer Science under this section.

Documents to be submitted along with the form

The application form should be submitted together with the following:

  • Attested copies of Class X, Class XII and Graduation marksheets (whichever years are available).
  • Three recent, attested, passport size photographs (one to be affixed in the application form in the space provided and other two to be submitted separately, along with the application form).

The sample question papers of previous entrance examinations can be viewed or downloaded (.pdf format)from Question Bank

For any queries, mail to:

Email: helpline@anthonys.ac.in
Mail: The Principal, St. Anthony's College, Shillong - 793001