Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Belur, which had admitted students on the basis of their Plus-II board marks in the last two years, has restored the practice of admitting undergraduate students through on-campus entrance tests.
The education department recently decided to keep the colleges under RKM outside the ambit of the centralised online admission mechanism based on board exam marks.
Applicants whose Plus-II final results are yet to be published can apply for the honours courses on the basis of their Class XI marks, provided the marks fulfil the eligibility criteria.
“However, the selection of such applicants, on the basis of their admission test performance (written + viva), would remain provisional until their 10+2 final results are found to have fulfilled the eligibility criteria,” said a notice signed by principal Swami Mahaprajnandanda.
The eligibility criteria have been uploaded on the college website. Previous years’ entrance test question papers are available on the website, too.
The entry tests could not be held in the past two years of the Covid pandemic.
The HS results were published on Friday. But ISC and CBSE results are yet to be declared.
“The practice that was followed till 2019 has been restored for screening students,” the principal said.