The aim and
purpose of this institution is to give thorough and sound education.
The faculty members who are working in this institute have their
most sacred duty not only to educate the mind but also to mould the
character of the students entrusted to their care and initiate
students to be ready to shoulder responsibility of the society and
maintain a high standard of honour and integrity in life. My vision
is to educate the female folk with a type of education which would
prepare them to be useful and happier women of future homes.
A women who is faithful, honest, kind hearted and humble but should
be strong and courageous as they have to prepare themselves fro the
true test of life.
Admission Rules for B.A/B. SC
Part –II and Part – III
Admission process for B.A./B.Sc/BCA Part-I and
Part – II starts immediately after the declaration
of result and is
completed within 14 days from the declaration of
such results by the University of Kashmir.
Under the University norms, a late fee of
Rs.200/= and Rs.300/= payable to the University is
charged for 1st 15 days
and next 15 days respectively from the last date of
admission to the next Higher Class.
Student having backlog (Re-appear) only in one
subject is eligible for admission to the next higher
A student having two backlogs in her qualifying
examination/s will be provisionally admitted in the
next higher class
subject to the production of Re-evaluation Receipt
in original. At the time of admission, however, the
have to produce an affidavit duly attested by the
1st class Judicial Magistrate to this effect that in
case she fails to
clear the backlog through re-evaluation, she will
have no claim for the continuance of her admission.
However, if she
fails to clear the backlog through Re-valuation, her
admission gets automatically canceled and thereafter
not be eligible to appear in the Annual Examination
of the University. All this depends upon the
instructions from the
University in this regard. No notice shall be served
on her in this regard, except the Notice to be
displayed on the
College Notice Board.”
A students having opted to drop herself out of
the Examination or fails in the Examination shall
not be eligible for
re-admission to the same class.
A student having passed her qualifying
examination in particular year but does not seek
admission in the same year,
shall have to produce an affidavit attested by the
1st Class Judicial Magistrate to the effect that she
was neither on
rolls in any other educational/ professional
Institution nor was serving in any Government or
A student seeking admission shall have to take
the same subjects with which she passed her
The student having passed the qualifying
examination but having yet to clear IR/DE/LO shall
not be eligible to seek
admission to next Higher Class till she clears the
IR/DE/LO from the University.