University of North Bengal

Siliguri - India

Admission 2017 - 2018

The University of North Bengal came into being in the year 1962. It is located near Siliguior which is a part of Indian state of West Bengal. The University believes in dissemination of knowledge to serve the society and help in developing socio economic scenario.

Programs and Courses

Faculties and Departments:

North Bengal University has 23 departments organized into two faculties: Science and Arts, Commerce and Law Faculty. Faculty of Science: This faculty has 10 departments. It offers courses on science subjects like Anthropology, Bio-technology, Botany, Computer Science and Applications, Chemistry, Geography and Applied Geography, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, and Zoology. Faculty of Arts, Commerce and Law: This faculty consists of 14 departments offering courses on Languages (Bengali, English, Hindi and Nepali), Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy, History, Strategic & Area Studies, Commerce, Law, Library Science and Adult Continuing Education Extension & Field Outreach.

Centers:

The university offers affiliation to a number of research and academic centers on and off campus. Centre for Development Studies, Centre for High Energy & Cosmic Ray, Centre for Remote Sensing Application, Centre for Tea Management, Centre for Mass Communication, Centre for Himalayan Studies, Centre for Women's Studies, Centre for Studies in Local Language and Culture, Professor Nurul Hassan Centre for Management Studies, Centre for Tourism and Hotel Management, Centre for Marketing Management and Centre for Ambedkar Studies.

Admission Procedure 2017 - 2018

The university requires the applicant to have honors degree to get the admission in the postgraduate course and intermediate education for the undergraduate course. The candidate should pass the entrance the test to be able to get successfully admitted in the concerned department. SAT required for undergraduate and GMAT is required for graduate international students.

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