All the related candidates who participated and qualified for Vishwavidyalaya Entrance test 2018 in Department of Anthropology and Tribal Development; you are suggested to check the counselling schedule, seat availability, counselling and admission procedure at below.
Documents Required for Admission:
- Original VET admit card (If any)
- Photocopy Sets of 10th and 12th Mark sheet along with original.
- Original Transfer Certificate;
- Original Migration Certificate
- Original Caste Certificate in case of OBC/SC/ST Candidates along with 2 photocopies.
- Income Certificate for OBC Candidates is must.
- 3- Recent passport Size photographs
- Gap-Certificate, (if any).
- Requisite fee (3000/-Approx) which will be deposited through Challan issued by the Department.
About: Department of Anthropology and Tribal Development
Head : Dr. Nilakantha Panigrahi
Established in the year 1989, the Department of Anthropology and Tribal Development is one of the oldest departments of the university. The establishment of the department bears great significance in view of the fact that the State is home land to a number of tribal communities with diverse cultures. Anthropology as the science of the people provides a unique way of understanding humans holistically. The relevance of Anthropology as an academic discipline has been well recognized both in Govt. and Non-Govt. sectors. The department offered admission to students both 5-year integrated UG/PG programme (10 Semesters) (with exit option for B.A./B.Sc. students at the end of 3 -year(Six Semesters) + M.A./M.Sc. 2 years (Four Semesters)as well as two year Master’s programme (M.A/M.Sc.) in Anthropology for the entry of students directly.
The UG (Hons.) course in anthropology has been upgraded with the incorporation of new papers such as Forensic Anthropology & Criminology, Man & Environment, Human Biology & Molecular Genetics, Nutritional Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Population Studies etc. realizing the contemporary relevance of these papers.
The M.A./M.Sc Course in Anthropology is designed as (a) Compulsory Courses (Basics of Physical Anthropology, Fundamentals of Social Anthropology, Basics of Prehistoric Archaeology, Research Methodology, Practicals on (i) Somatometry and Somatoscopy and (ii) Prehistory and Museology (Semester-I); Human Genetics, Bio-social Problems of Indian Populations, Socio-cultural Institutions, Indian Anthropology, Practicals on (i) Anthropometry and Forensic Science and (ii) Statistics (Semester-II) (b) Integrated / Interdisciplinary Course (Semester III & IV) (Ecological Anthropology/Medical Anthropology/Tribal Development) (c) Specialization / Elective Courses: (i) Social Anthropology & Tribal Development / (ii) Biological Anthropology & Human Genetics.
The department laboratory is equipped with instrument to carry out practical classes on Anthropometry, Serology & Human Genetics, Dermatoglyphics and Molecular Anthropology. The department also has an ethnographic museum and archaeological museum. The department is having student’s seminar, library comprising books on different sub-discipline of anthropology. The department has started Ph.D. course in Anthropology.
|Courses offered||Course code||Seats||Duration||Eligibility for admission|
|B. Sc. (Honours) / BA (Honours)- Anthropology||101/124||Science-40
|06 Semester||Min 50% aggregate at 10 + 2 level (Science / Arts) from any recognized Board or equivalent Max age limit – 22 years|
|M.A./M.Sc. in Anthropology||320||30||4 Semester||B.A/B.Sc.(Hons)/ B.A/ B.Sc. under 10+2+3 pattern with Minimum 50 % marks in aggregate or equivalent with Anthropology as one subject from recognized university / institution.
Max age limit – 25 years
Declaration of Results: 02 June 2018
Counselling (For VET): 01 July 2018
Last date of Admission (For VET): 15 July 2018
For any queries regarding above topic, please ask us through below comment session (or) direct contact through below given contact details.
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya
Bilaspur (C.G.) 495 009 India
Phone: 07752-260283 (Off) 07752-260283