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ADMISSION BULLETIN FOR FIFTH BATCH 2008-2010
About the University 02
About the Institute 04
Programmes /Courses offered and Eligibility Conditions 06
Reservation of seats/Relaxation 10
Physical Fitness   12
Eligibility regarding Age 12
Fee Structure 13
Seats Distribution 14
Entrance Test 14
Method of Selection 15
Sale of Information Bulletin along with Application Form 15
Submission of Application Forms 15
Conduct of Entrance Test 16
Instructions to Candidates for filling up form 18
Important Dates 19
Appendix A (Certificate for Physically Handicapped Quota) 20
Appendix B (Certificates for Kashmiri Migrant’s Quota) 21
Appendix C (Medical Certificates for all) 22
Application Form including Admit Card. 23
GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, established by Government of NCT of Delhi under the provisions of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Act, 1998 read with its Amendment in 1999, is an affiliating and teaching University that aims to facilitate and promote studies, research and extension work in emerging areas of higher education with focus on professional education in the disciplines of engineering, technology, architecture, management, medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, education, law, journalism and mass communication, etc. and also to achieve excellence in these and related fields and other matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
It awards various degrees like: B.Tech, M.Tech, MCA, M.Sc., B.Arch, BCA, BBA, MBA, BMC, BCAM, B.Pharma, BPT, BHMCT, B.Ed., LL.B(Hons.), MAHM, MCPHM, MHRPD, BHMS, MBBS, PhD, etc.
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is recognized by University Gants Commission (UGC) of India under section 12B of UGC Act.
Functioning of the University commenced with the joining of Prof. K.K.Aggarwal, as Vice-Chancellor in December,1998. An eminent scholar and innovative person in Prof. K.K. Aggarwal, the first Vice-Chancellor of the University, proposes to develop the University into
a centre of excellence comparable to the best in the world. The University in its functioning gets support and guidance from its Statutory Bodies such as the Court, the Board of Management, the Planning Board, the Board of Affiliation, the Academic Council and the Finance Committee. The members of these bodies are persons of Eminence from varied fields and disciplines.
1.2 Quality Standards, Regularity & Continuous Assessment
The University in its pursuit for excellence at all levels of professional education, has maintained very high standards in all affiliated institutions, in terms of teaching, research, faculty, Infrastructure and other related determinants of quality. The institutions have been conducting the programmes, strictly adhering to the norms and standards set by the University. A system of performance appraisal, based on a combination of continuous assessment and end-term evaluation has been adopted to inculcate in the students the habit of regular and systematic study. A system of performance appraisal, based on a combination of continuous assessment and end-term evaluation has been adopted to inculcate in the students the habit of regular and systematic study.
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Students admitted to a programme will have to undergo a regular course of study as per the syllabi laid down by the University and there will be continuous evaluation of students’ performance throughout the semesters in addition to the term-end University Examination. A student will be eligible to receive a Degree of the University on passing such examinations as may be prescribed by the University. The minimum period required for completion of a programme shall be the programme duration as specified in the Scheme of Examination and Syllabi for the concerned programme. The maximum permissible period for completing a programme for which the prescribed programme duration is an semesters, shall be (n+4) semesters. All the programme requirements shall have to be completed in (n+4) semesters.
1.4 Evaluation and Examination
The overall weightage of a course in the Syllabi and Scheme of Examination shall be determined in terms of credits assigned to the course. Obtaining a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in each course including the semester end examination and continuous evaluation by teachers shall be essential to earn the assigned credits. A candidate who secures less than 50% marks in a course shall be deemed to have failed in that course. A student shall be eligible for award of University Degree, if: He/she has registered himself/herself, undergone the regular course of studies, completed the project report/dissertation specified in the curriculum of his/her programme within the stipulated time, and secured the minimum credits prescribed for award of the concerned degree.
LNJN NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RIMINOLOGY AND FORENSIC SCIENCE
2. ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
Established in 1972 the Institute specializes in areas like understanding Crime and Criminal profile, Human Rights, Environmental protection, Juvenile Delinquency, Forensic Ballistics, Serology, Forensic Photography, Document analysis, DNA and Toxicology. The Institute has emerged as a premier center of learning with outstanding training facilities and faculty. The Institute has also excelled in training the members of Criminal Justice System in Criminology & Forensic Science.
The Government of India, vide MHA Resolution No. 4/20/70/F(P)-II/ICFS/GPA-I dated September 25, 1976, has laid down the following objectives for the Institute:
i) To act as a National Institute towards advancement of the subjects of Criminology and Forensic Science to meet the ground-level requirements of the Criminal Justice and towards this end to:
a) Provide MA/M.Sc programme in Criminology & M.Sc. in Forensic Science; and
b) Undertake research in Criminology and Forensic Science.
ii) To act as center of in-service training for officers in Police, Judiciary and Correctional services and also others engaged in the Criminal Justice system and its allied fields and to provide facilities for certificate and diploma courses in the various relevant subjects.
iii) To act as reference body in the fields of Criminology and Forensic Science for all national as well as international institutions and provide all information to workers engaged in various studies in these fields.
iv) To promote international understanding and goodwill by providing facilities for training and research in Criminology and Forensic Science to other countries.
Over the years, the Institute has grown from strength to strength and has developed as unique Institution, which in one place, trains the higher level functionaries of the entire Criminal Justice System i.e. the Judiciary, the Police, the Correctional Services, Directorate of Prosecution etc. not only from within the country but also from abroad. Police and Civil Administration, Prosecution, Judiciary, Correctional Administration, Customs, Defence and Forensic Science Laboratories have undergone orientation and specialized courses offered by the Institute. Officers from other countries like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nepal, Palestine, Philippines, Singapore, Sudan, Thailand, Uganda and Zambia have also participated in some of these courses. Criminal Justice Functionaries, Administrators, Scientists and other have also participated in the various seminars and workshops organized by the Institute in Delhi and elsewhere.
The Institute is located at its own 5 acre campus at Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi 110085. The LNJN NICFS Campus comprises of the Main Building, which houses the Laboratories, Class Rooms, Seminar Halls, Forensic Science Museum, Library, Administration Wing etc. Apart from this, the Institute also has a Hostel at this Campus. Limited hostel facility for the post graduate programmes and research are available for both male and female students . Preference will be given to students who have done their graduation from out side Delhi and their parents are not residents of Delhi.
2.2 CLASS ROOM / CONFERENCE HALL FACILITIES
The Institute has several well-furnished and air-conditioned Class Rooms, Seminar / Conference Halls etc. which are equipped with all modern facilities and teaching aids.
2.3 LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES
The Institute has a well equipped library, having more than 12000 library books on Criminology and Forensic Science as well as allied subjects like Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Police Science, Law etc. It subscribes to all prominent academic journals and periodicals pertaining to Criminology and Forensic Science, published from India and abroad. Researchers and scholars from various Universities and academic institutions, in addition to our own researchers, students, course participants and faculty members, use this library for reference and study. The Library is fully computerized and automated .
The Institute’s phone numbers are 011-27521091 , 27511580 & 27514161. The Extension to the University Section is 208 that & of Chairman of Academic Council is 203. For making calls outside , a good number of PCOs are located near the Institute. The FAX NOS. are 27510586, 27511571.
No special arrangement is available to pick up or drop the students. The bus of the Institute plies on all working days between R.K Puram and the Institute at Rohini via Karampura , Patel Nagar & Sarojini Nagar. Students can avail this service at a fixed monthly payment. Nearest Metro Station Pitampura on ISBT- Rithala Section is only 2 Kms. North of the Institute on the outer ring road. Nearest land mark to the Institute is Jaipur Golden Hospital. For local field visits, the Institute has its own transport arrangement. For outstation field visits , the students have to bear their personal expenses and transport charges.
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3. COURSES OFFERED
Name of the course Intake Duration
M.A./M.Sc. in Criminology 21 seats Full-time 2 years programme (4 Semester)
M.Sc. in Forensic Science 21 seats Full-time 2 years programme (4 Semester)
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION IS ENGLISH
3.1 M.A./ M.SC. IN CRIMINOLOGY
The two years programme aims to provide knowledge of genesis of crime and criminals. It also enable the students to understand the complexities of crime in the various dimensions and equip them to take necessary preventive measures. It also provides perceptual skill in handling the various types of criminal cases.
The intake in this programme is 21 students per batch.
Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3 year’s duration in Humanities or Science with atleast 50% marks in the aggregate from any recognized university. The candidate should have opted at least two of the following subjects at the graduation level for a minimum of 2 years (or 4 semesters) : Political Science, Economics, Geography, History, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Social Anthropology, Police Administration, Public Administration and Correctional Administration , Forensic Science, Criminology.
3.3 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
First year Semester - I
CODE NO THEORY PAPERS
CRIM 101 Principles of Criminology
CRIM 103 Contemporary forms of Crime
CRIM 105 Criminal Law and Procedure
CRIM 107 Criminal Justice System
PRACTICAL/LAB BASED PAPERS
CRIM 151 Contemporary Forms of Crime
CRIM 153 Criminal Law and Procedure
CRIM 155 Criminal Justice System
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Semester - II
CODE NO THEORY PAPERS
CRIM 102 Criminological Theories
CRIM 104 Penology and Correctional Administration.
CRIM 106 Research methods in Criminology (includes a mini Project)
CRIM 108 Juvenile Delinquency.
PRACTICAL / LAB BASED PAPERS
CRIM 152 Penology and Administration lab.
CRIM 154 Minor Project in Criminology
CRIM 156 Juvenile Delinquency Lab.
SECOND YEAR Semester - III
CRIM 201 Criminal Psychology
CRIM 203 Forensic Science
CRIM 205 Social Legislations and Crime
CRIM 207 Victimology
PRACTICAL / LAB BASE PAPERS
CRIM 251 Practicals in Forensic Science Lab
CRIM 253 Criminal Psychology
SPECIALISATION PAPERS One from among the available *papers
CRIM 202 TO CRIM 220 ( *To be announced during third semester)
CRIM 202 Drug Abuse
CRIM 204 Organized Crime
CRIM 206 Corporate Crime
CRIM 208 Police Administration and Investigation
CRIM 210 Environmental Crime
CRIM 212 Human Rights
CRIM 214 Restorative Justice
CRIM 216 Rehabilitation of Offenders and Role of Counseling Plus
CRIM 220 Psychoneuroendocrinology and Criminal Behaviour
CRIM 218 Dissertation
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PRACTICAL / LAB -BASED PAPERS
Opt for one of the following paper that matches the specialization paper chosen from among paper CRIM 202 to CRIM 220 above
CRIM 252 Drug Abuse Lab
CRIM 254 Organized Crime Lab
CRIM 256 Corporate Crime Lab
CRIM 258 Police Administration and Investigation Lab
CRIM 260 Environment Crime Lab
CRIM 262 Human Rights Lab
CRIM 264 Restorative Justice Lab
CRIM 266 Rehabilitation of offenders and Role of Counseling lab
CRIM 270 Psychoneuroendocrinology and Criminal Behaviour
3.4. M.Sc. FORENSIC SCIENCE
The two year’s programme imparts the students the philosophy of Criminal Justice System and its meaningful implementation through Forensic Science techniques. The ethics, attitude and perspectives of Forensic Science will be imparted to the students. The students during the course of study are taught the modern techniques of analysis and are trained in the use of advance analytical instruments. They are prepared to meet the ever increasing challenges of Forensic Investigations. After completing the course, the students will be in a position to independently analyse the forensic exhibits and give their opinion. They are also taught about the appearance of Forensic Expert in the court and cross-examination relating to forensic report.
The intake in this programme is 21 students per batch
A Science graduate(B.Sc.) from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks in the aggregate and with one of the either combinations, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics; or (2) Botany, Zoology and Chemistry (3) B.Sc.(Honours)/(General) in Forensic Science.
The candidates must have studied all the three subjects in either of the combination for at least two academic years (or four semesters) in the graduation course. The candidate shall attach proof of such study by enclosing marks sheets of first and second years of the graduate course. Where only subject codes are mentioned in the front face of the mark sheet , the portion containing explanation of the code will also be furnished.
Semester-I FIRST YEAR
Paper I FS 101 General Forensics - Crime & Investigative Techniques
Paper II FS 103 Instrumental Methods Physical
Paper III FS 105 Instrumental Methods Biological & Chemical
Paper IV FS 107 Forensic Ballistics & Photography
Paper V FS 151 Instrumental Methods- Physicals, Biological & Chemical
Paper VI FS 153 Crime Scene, Ballistics & Photography
Paper VII FS 102 Fingerprint & Impressions
Paper VIII FS 104 Questioned Documents
Paper IX FS 106 Forensic Chemistry and Explosives
Paper X FS 108 Forensic Toxicology & Pharmacology
Paper XI FS 152 Fingerprint & Questioned Documents
Paper XII FS 154 Forensic Chemistry & Toxicology
Semester-III SECOND YEAR
Paper XIII FS 201 Forensic Physics
Paper XIV FS 203 Forensic Biology
Paper XV FS 205 Forensic Serology
Paper XVI FS 207 Recent Advances, Quality Management & Evidence Evaluation
Paper XVII FS 251 Forensic Physics
Paper XVIII FS 253 Forensic Biology & Serology
FS 202 Attachment to FSL/CFSL/ GEQD and Dissertation PLUS
The students will be selecting their area of specialization from the list below: (exact specializations available will be announced in the third semester.
FS 210 Forensic Physics FS 212 Forensic Chemistry including Instrumentation
FS 214 Forensic Ballistics FS 216 Forensic Photography
FS 218 Forensic Document Examination and Fingerprint Analysis
FS 220 Forensic Biology , Serology and DNA Profiling
3.6. CANDIDATES IN FINAL YEAR OF GRADUATION
The candidates appearing in the final year of qualifying examination are also eligible to appear in the entrance test. They shall have to attach the copies of marks sheet of the first and second years as a proof of their having passed the first two years with the subject combination prescribed. In case the mark sheet front page only contains the subject code , the portion where the explanation to the subject code should also be attached. They are required to produce proof of having acquired minimum prescribed qualification at the time of admission.
The admissions to the above mentioned full time Programme will be made in the first Semester/ First Year for the academic session 2008-2009 commencing from 1st August, 2008.
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4. SPONSORED CATEGORY
4.1. Admission under Professional Category:
There is an in-service quota of 25% of seats in Criminology Programming for members of Police, Prison and Judicial Services and 25% of seats in Forensic Science Programming for Service personnel of State and Central Forensic Science Laboratories and Police Organisations. No entrance test will be held for the candidates seeking admission under professional category. Admission shall be made on merit, of the marks obtained in graduation examination. Please note that the candidates under this category also must fulfill the basic eligibility conditions specified against the programme.
The candidates seeking admission under professional category in addition to the fulfillment of the eligibility conditions must have a minimum of 2 years of full time work experience as on June 30, 2008 in a Government Department/ Autonomous Organization, reputed Educational or Research Institution in the relevant field in which admission is being sought. A letter from employer must be furnished stating that the candidate is being sponsored to seek admission in M.A/ M.Sc in Criminology or M.Sc in Forensic Science.
. RESERVATION OF SEATS
5.1 Reservation for Foreign Nationals/Persons of the Indian Origin/Foreign Students.
15% ( Fifteen percent) seats shall be allowed to be filled on supernumerary basis from amongst Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin/Foreign students over and above the approved intake in each programme. No entrance test will be held for the candidates seeking admission under this category. Admission shall be made on the merit of the marks obtained in the graduation examination of the candidate. They also have to fulfill the basic eligibility conditions fixed by the university.
(i) Persons of Indian Origin(PIO): Persons who are citizens of other countries (except Pakistan and Bangladesh) who at any time held an Indian Passport, or who or either of his parents or any of his grand parents were a citizen of India by virtue of the provisions of the Constitutions of India or Sec 2(b) of Citizenship Act, 1955 (Act No.57 of 1955).
(ii) Foreign Nationals: Citizens of all countries other than India who are not of Indian origin as defined under PIO.
(iii) Foreign Student: Foreign student in this context shall be defined as the student possessing a foreign passport.
5.2 SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES
15% (Fifteen percent) seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and 7seven & half per cent seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes. Any unfilled seats reserved for Scheduled Castes will be treated as reserved for Scheduled Tribes and vice-versa and will not be offered to any other reserved category. In case sufficient number of eligible candidates of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are not available, the seats thus remaining vacant will be treated as unreserved.
A caste certificate in the name of the applicant from a competent authority will have to be submitted at the time of admission. In case the certificate is in the candidate's parent's name, admission will be provisional. In such a case, the candidate must produce the requisite certificate in his/her name latest by 01.08.2008. A list of approved authorities for issue of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe certificates is as under:-
(i) District Magistrate, Additional District Magistrate, Deputy Commissioner, Collector, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Deputy Collector, Ist Class Stipendiary Magistrate, City Magistrate (not below the rank of Ist class Stipendiary Magistrate), Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Taluk Magistrate, Executive Magistrate and Extra Assistant Commissioner.
(ii) Chief Presidency Magistrate, Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate and Presidency Magistrate
(iii) Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.
(iv) Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and/or his/her family normally resides.
(v) Administrator, Secretary to the Administrator or the Development Officer (Lakshadweep & Minicoy Islands).
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5.3 RESERVATION FOR DEFENCE CATEGORY
5% (Five percent) seats are reserved for Defence Category(shall also include armed forces of the Union & Police Personnel of the State and Union territories) in the following order of priority:
i. Widows/Wards of Defence personnel killed on duty.
ii. Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled on duty.
ii. Wards of ex-servicemen and serving personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Medal.
iv. Wards of ex-servicemen.
v. Wards of serving personnel.
For claiming reservation on a seat reserved for Defence Category, entitlement card in original issued by the Record Officer of the concerned unit or the regiment of the armed forces in case of personnel of the armed forces is to be produced at the time of admission.
Widows or wards of the officers and men of the armed forces who died or disabled in action must also submit a certificate from any one of the following authorities stating that the death or the disability, as the case may be, was attributable to military service:
(i) Secretary, Centre Sainik Board, New Delhi
(ii) Secretary, Rajya or Zila Sainik Board
(iii) Officer-in-charge, Record Office
(iv) Ist Class Stipendiary Magistrate
The certificate in case of police and armed force personnel of State and Union territories and Ministry of Home Affairs should be signed by the Supdt. Of Police / Commandant of the unit or organisation.
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5.4 PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
3% (Three percent) seats in each programme are reserved for Physically Handicapped candidates. A certificate from the Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, I.T.I Campus, Pusa, New Delhi - 110012 is to be produced at the time of admission, who will certify that the applicant is fit for undergoing the said course. (Appendix-A).
5.5 RESERVATION FOR KASHMIRI MIGRANTS
One Seat, which will be supernumerary , is earmarked for Kashmiri migrants in each course. First preference will be given to Kashmiri migrants registered in Delhi up to 11.06.2001. In case of seats still remaining vacant Kashmiri migrants settled outside Delhi will be considered. A certificate of competent authority for availing admission against Kashmiri migrant quota is to be produced at the time of admission. (Appendix-B)
6. PHYSICAL FITNESS
The applicant must be in good mental and physical health and should be free from any physical defect which is likely to interfere with his/her studies including active outdoor duties required of a professional. He/She shall be required to produce a Medical Certificate as per Appendix C, at the time of admission.
7. ELIGIBILITY REGARDING AGE
1. Candidates seeking admission under professional category- No upper age limit
2. Age of all other categories of candidates should not exceed 35 years of age as on 1st Aug-2008.
Note:- The upper age limit may be relaxed up to a maximum of 5 years, in exceptional cases, by the Director of the institute if he is satisfied with the merit of the candidate. Candidate exceeding the upper age limit up to five years may provisionally appear in the Entrance Test, However they
would be required to submit to the satisfaction of the Director/University in regard to gap period e.g. the details of the period spent after passing Senior Secondary Examination 10 + 2 and qualifying examination to justify exceeding the upper age limit at the time of admission.
8. RELAXATION OF MARKS
5%( five percent) relaxation of marks in the minimum eligibility requirement will be allowed to the following categories:
i) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribe
ii) Widows or Wards of Defence Personnel
iii) Physically Handicapped
9. FEE STRUCTURE
Following is the fee payable at the time of admission *
1. M.A. / M.Sc. (Criminology) Rs.23,500/- for the First Year
2. M.Sc. (Forensic Science) Rs.28,500/- for the First Year
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Tuition Fee per Annum
Instructional support and other misc. Fee per annum
University other dues fee annum
Total fee payable at the time of admission
M.Sc. Forensic Science
*Payable in form of two Bank Draft :
Draft (i) For Rs.15,500/ (M.A./M.Sc. Criminology) and 20,500/-(M.Sc. Forensic
Science) shall be drawn in favour of PAO,DCPW, payable at Delhi.
Draft (ii) For Rs.8,000/- shall be drawn in favour of the Registrar, GGSIP
University, payable at Delhi.
9.1 WITHDRAWAL OF ADMISSION AND REFUND OF FEE
1. If a student applies for withdrawal of admission on or before 22nd July, 2008 upto 5.00 pm then a sum of Rs. 5,000/- will be deducted from the fee deposited.
2. If a student applies for withdrawal of admission after 5.00 p.m. on 7th August, 2008 and upto 5.00 pm on 31st Aug, 2008 then a sum of Rs. 10,000/- will be deducted from the fee.
3. All the requests for withdrawal of admission are to be submitted to the Dean (Teaching Programmes) at the Institute.
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10. SEAT DISTRIBUTION
COURSE NORMAL SEATS SPONSORED SEATS
MA/MSc (Criminology) 16 5
MSc (Forensic Science) 16 5
A student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in the aggregate of all the courses taken together in a semester. The Dean/Director of the institute may condone attendance shortage up to 5% for the individual student for the reasons to his satisfaction. However, under no condition, a student who has an aggregate attendance of less than 70% shall be allowed to appear in the semester end examination. The student who is detained due to shortage of attendance shall not be allowed to be promoted to the next semester and will be required to take re-admission and repeat all the courses of the said semester with the next batch of the students.
12. ENTRANCE TEST
The entrance test will be held on 21.6.2008 (Saturday) at DELHI only. It will test the candidates for a fair knowledge of English comprehension and General Awareness and Graduate Level knowledge about subject combination as prescribed under eligibility condition for admission . There will be approximately equal weightage for each subject included in the list against the paper of Criminology and Forensic Science. The schedule of the test is as under:
Date Time Subject Paper No Duration No. of Questions
21.6.2008 11.00-12.00 English , General Awareness 1 1 hrs 60
21.6.2008 12.00-13.00 Criminology 2 1 hrs 60
21.6.2008 14.00-15.00 Forensic Science 3 1 hrs 60
Note :-If a candidate wants to apply for both the programmes listed above, he/she can get the application form photocopied and submit the same alongwith an application fee of Rs.200/- for the second programme.
The candidates for Criminology programme shall appear for the first and second papers, for the Forensic Science in first and third papers and the candidates who apply for both shall appear for all the three papers.
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13. METHOD OF SELECTION
The Institute will prepare a list of candidates in order of merit in each category based on the marks obtained in the Entrance Test. The result of all candidates will be displayed on the notice board of the Institute at 5.00 p.m. on Sunday, the 22nd June, 2008 and also on the website www.nicfs.nic.in of the Institute / www.ipu.ac.in. of the GGSIP University. No separate intimation will be sent to the candidates in this regard. Admission for both the courses will be made in order of merit. The cases of candidates securing equal aggregate marks in the entrance test will be determined on the basis of marks in the entrance test paper of Criminology and Forensic Science as the case may be.
14. SALE OF INFORMATION BULLETIN AlONGWITH APPLICATION FORMS
Application form and Information Bulletin for admission to the 2008-2010 academic sessions will be available at the Institute from 21st april to 10th june, 2008 against a Bank Draft for Rs. 200/- in favour of the AO, NICFS, payable at Delhi. Students may also obtain application forms by registered post, sending their request to this institute alongwith a non-refundable Demand Draft for Rs. 250/- in favour of AO ,NICFS, payable at Delhi. The name and postal address of the applicant should clearly be recorded at the back of the Demand Draft. The cost of Information Bulletin is not refundable. The Institute will not be responsible for delay, loss or damage, if any, during the transit of the Information Bulletin. The Institute will dispatch the Information Bulletin containing application forms within three days of receipt of the request. .
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15. SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
The Application form attached , duly complete in all respect alongwith the application fee in form of a Demand Draft of Rs.600/-(Six hundred) drawn in favour of AO, NICFS payable at Delhi should be submitted to the Dean (Teaching Programme), LNJN, NICFS, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, Outer Ring Road, Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi-110085 either in person or by post so as to reach the Institute on or before 23.05.2008 upto 5 pm. Application fee is not refundable in any case. Last date for receiving of completed application form in this Institute is 23rd May, 2008 till 5.00p.m.. Incomplete forms will not be entertained.
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16. ADMIT CARD / ROLL NUMBER
Admit Card (in duplicate), as annexed to the Information Bulletin containing application form, should be submitted by the applicant alongwith the Application Form, duly filled in, pasting his/her passport size photograph in the space provided. The name of the center , its address and roll number of the candidate will be printed on the admit card by the office and one copy sent back to the candidate.
17. START OF SEMESTER
All students who have deposited the fee and collected the admission slip shall report for the classes at 0930 hrs. on 1st August, 2008 (Friday) in room No. 103 for Criminology and Room No.101 for Forensic Science. The seats falling vacant due to non-reporting of admitted students will be allotted to others in waiting list.
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The candidates should carefully note the name of the center and ascertain its location in advance ,so that they have no difficulty in reaching the examination center on the day of examination. Please note that no information about the admit cards or the location of the center will be available in the Institute on the day of examination. Only those possessing admit cards will be permitted to enter the center.
PEN, ERASER AND PENCIL
A candidate must bring his/her own material such as ballpoint pen, sharpener, eraser and HB pencil.( No other pencil like HH, HHH, etc, should be used). In case any pencil other than HB pencil is used, the answer-sheet may be rejected by the optical scanner on which the answer sheets will be scanned. In all such cases, the responsibility will rest with the candidate.
The candidate should ensure that no mark is visible on the answer sheet after erasing a response.
THE ANSWER SHEET
a) The blank OMR answer sheet will be distributed to all the candidates in the examination hall ten minutes before the scheduled time of the entrance test. A specimen of the OMR answer sheet is enclosed as an Appendix-“B” . The candidates are advised to go through it and be conversant while filling in the required particulars and indicating the answers so that they do not loose any time in the test.
b) In case any information given in the admission form is contradictory to the information given on the OMR answer sheet, the particulars given in the Application Form will be treated as correct and final.
c) The answer sheet is of a special type which will be scanned on an optical scanner. Both sides of the answer sheet are to be used.
d) The candidate must ensure that the answer sheet is not folded. Also, he/she should not make any marks or write any kind of description on it.
FILLING UP THE PARTICULARS ON SIDE 1 OF OMR SHEET
Side1; This side of the answer sheet contains the following columns which are to be filled in with a ball point pen only, neatly and accurately:-
i) Roll Number ii) Name of the Candidate
iii) Father's Name iv) Centre Number
v) Name of the Examination Centre vi) Signature of the Candidate
vii) Test Code
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WRITING OF PARTICULARS AND RESPONSES ON SIDE - 2
Side 2:- This side of the answer sheet contains the following columns which are to be filled with an HB pencil only:-
I) Roll Number ii) Centre Number
iii) Test Booklet Number iv) Test Booklet Code
v) Sex, Region, Category, Religion.
While filling in Roll No, Centre Code, Test Booklet No. in the square boxes below these attributes, the candidate should write in pencils, numerical, which should be represented appropriately in the ovals printed below square boxes. In th rows prescribed for responses to questions as given in test booklet, each row number should correspond to the serial number of the question given in the test booklet. Along with each row, there are four ovals which represent four alternative responses, only one of which is the correct or most appropriate answer. The candidate should mark in only one oval.
Centre Number Write your Examination Centre Number as given in the specimen answer sheet. For example Centre Code No.015
Test Booklet Number Write your Test Booklet Number as indicated on the test booklet. For example, Test Booklet No. 08347
Category & Region : The candidates should fill-in this column very carefully so that proper allocation is made for the reserved categories. In case the column is left blank, he/she will be considered as 'General Candidate'.
Writing of Responses : There will be four possible options. Response(answer) to each question should be recorded by darkening the appropriate oval completely. If a candidate does not wish to attempt a question, he/she should leave all the ovals against that question blank. Wrong response will attract negative marking.
Changing an Answer : If a candidate wants to change his/her answer, he/she should erase completely the pencil mark already made and then darken the appropriate oval with an HB pencil. Candidates must ensure that they do not leave any mark visible after erasing.
Candidates are advised to make sure of the correct answer before they darken an oval. They should also ensure that the oval is completely darkened with an HB pencil only. A partly or faintly darkened oval may be rejected by the optical scanner.
Rough Work : Candidate should not do any rough work on the answer sheet. Rough work, if any, is to be done only in the test booklet at the space provided.
Procedure to be followed in the Examination Hall
(i) Ten minutes before the commencement of the test, each candidate will be given a sealed test booklet and OMR response sheet.
(ii) Immediately on receipt of the test booklet, each candidate shall fill in the required particulars on the cover page of the test booklet with a ball point pen only. He/She shall not open the seal of the test booklet until asked to do so by the invigilator.
(iii) Candidates will then write the required particulars on OMR sheet on Side-I with a ball point pen and on side -2 with an HB pencil as already explained. After this, they will wait for the signal by the invigilator to start marking the responses.
(iv) The test will start exactly at the time mentioned in Bulletin of Information and an announcement to start will be made by the invigilator.
(v) While the test is in progress, the invigilator will check the Admit Cards of the candidates to satisfy himself/herself about the identity of each candidate. The invigilator will also put his/her signature in the place provided for the purpose on the answer sheet on side-I as well as on the Admit Card.
(vi) A signal will be given at the beginning of the test and at half the time. A signal will also be given at the closing time when the candidates must stop marking the responses.
(vii) After completing the test and before handing over the test booklet and the answer sheet both to the invigilator, the candidates are advised to make sure that all the particulars required in the test booklet and the answer sheet have been correctly written, particularly the Roll No., Category Code, Region Code and the Test Booklet Code etc.
(viii) No candidate will move out of the examination hall until the time prescribed for the test is over.
(ix) No candidate will take away the test booklet and /or the OMR response sheet from the examination hall.
(x) Candidate will again sign the attendance sheet at the time of handing over the test booklet and OMR sheet to invigilator.
Caution against Removal of page(s) from the Test Booklet:
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Candidates should check to make sure that the test booklet contains the number of pages as mentioned on the top of the first page. In case the numbers do not tally, it should be immediately brought to the notice of the invigilator./ The candidates shall not remove any pages(s) from the test booklet and if any page(s) is (are) found missing from a candidate's booklet, he/she will be proceeded against and shall be liable for precaution under the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code.
19. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP THE APPLICATION FORM
1. Fill in the application form from Item No. 1 onwards with blue or black ball point pen.
2. Fill in the application form in your own handwriting, clearly and legibly. Do not leave any column blank. Use BLOCK LETTERS to fill up the form. Do not overwrite. Do not fold, tear, spoil or otherwise disfigure the application form that may lead to rejection of your application.
3. Attested copies of necessary documents/enclosures should be attached with this application.
4. Wherever choice has to be indicated by putting a tick mark, take care to put the tick marks prominently and within the box. Boxes which are not applicable should be left blank.
5. Scrupulously follow the guidelines given for filling in the various columns of the Application For
6. Unsigned applications or applications without candidate's photographs will be rejected. Therefore, the candidate must affix his photograph in the box provided and put his full signatures. The photographs in the application form must be attested by the Head of the Institution last attended or by a Gazetted Officer. The photograph should be securely pasted and not pinned or stapled.
7. Dry the pasted photograph before putting the Application Form in the Envelop for mailing the Application to the Dean(Teaching Programme), LNJN, National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, GOI, MHA, Outer Ring Road, Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi-110085,
8. All disputes regarding to the conduct of test and admissions shall fall within the jurisdictions of courts at Delhi.
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1. You have attached the proof of having cleared/studying the subjects essential for your qualifying degree in the shape of marks sheet or certificate.
2. Wherever the marks sheet does not contain the name of the subjects and only codes or abbreviations is used , the page of the marks sheet which shows the explanation of the code or full form of the abbreviations must be enclosed.
3. Wherever candidates have not yet cleared the required degree examination & are only appearing in the qualifying examination , they must enclose a proof of studying in the final year or appearing in the final examination by attaching a certificate from principal of the college stating the subject offered in different years including final year.
4. You are eligible for the programme applied for specially with respect to age limit , educational qualification and subject combination. Admit cards are not issued to the ineligible candidates and no fee is refunded to ineligible candidates.
5. The certificates claiming consideration against reserved categories are valid and enclosed with the application form.
6. The envelope enclosed with the application form contains your name and complete postal address.
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