AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Notification, Exam Dates, Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Counselling

AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020
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AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Exam - Dates, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus, Exam Pattern

Aligarh Muslim University Entrance Exam for Master of Arts (Human Rights) 2020 or AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 is the entrance examination for admission to M.A. (Human Rights). AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 is conducted by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.

AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) for the year 2020 has been announced by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh and will be held on 09/11/2020. The application forms will be available from 14/08/2020 till 20/10/2020. The exam is in written mode. The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes. It is being conducted in English language. Result is expected to be announced on 21/01/2021.

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AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Conducting Body

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Eligibility Criteria

The minimum Academic Qualification for AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 required are Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University / Institution with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Age Limit:

  • The student should not more than 27 years of age by July 1st in the year of admission.

AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Important Dates

Events Start Date Last Date
Application Form 14/08/2020 20/10/2020
AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Exam Date Offline Dates
  • 09/11/2020
  • Declaration of result 21/01/2021 -
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    AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Prospectus

    AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Application Form

    Application Form Fee

    Last Date of Fee SubmissionRs. 500/-
    Last Date with Late FeeRs. 800/-

    Application Form Filling Instructions

    Students applying for the AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 have to fill up the application form on the official site.

    Steps in Filling up the application form:

    Step 1

    • Go to the Official site.

    Step 2

    • Please go to the new candidate registration button and complete the registration process.
    • Candidate must provide Correct Name, Date of Birth, Mobile Number and Email Address as these details cannot be changed once the registration is complete.

    Step 3

    • Candidate has to fill in the above mentioned details to receive the User ID and Password.
    • Candidate will receive the User ID on the registered email address and Password as SMS on the registered mobile number.

    Step 4

    • Candidate can login with the User ID and Password to complete the application form for AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020.
    • For applying to the multiple courses Single Registration is sufficient.
    • Candidates are required to fill separate Application Forms for each course of study as detailed in this Guide. However, candidates should submit a single Application Form for courses for which a combined Test is to be conducted.

    Step 5

    • Before completing the payment, the candidate can preview the application form and make any corrections, if required. Once the payment is done, no changes are allowed. Once done the candidate will agree to the declaration by ticking the appropriate box and submitting the form. The final application form should be printed and a copy kept with you. 

    More Information

    A student can submit the application for only once; multiple forms will be rejected. 

    Application Forms shall be rejected if 

    • Submitted incomplete.
    • Not submit on prescribed form.
    • Submitted without requisite fee.
    • Submitted after last date.

    Requirements to be readied before you start filling up the Application Form of AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 :

    • PC or a Laptop with Internet connectivity  
    • Qualification details
    • Scanned copy of each photograph in JPG or JPEG format (size between 20 KB and 200 KB).
    • Functional e-mail Id as all communication are made through email; Parents email id is recommended.
    • Mobile number as all information is sent through SMS too. Parents phone number can be used.
    • For online payments, usually a valid debit or credit card as well as Net B facility, UPI or PAYTM Service is a must.
    • It is recommended to download the information Bulletin Brochure and read it carefully so that you understand various requirements to fill up the form.

    AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Syllabus

    Syllabus for AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 :

    The Questions for the test shall be based from a Common Syllabus as notified in the Prospectus or Information Brochure of AMU entrance exam. One is required to study according to the given Syllabus. 

    • Human Rights 
      • Theories of Human Rights
      • Human Rights and duties under the Indian Constitution
      • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948; the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. 
      • National Commission on Minorities; and the National Commission on Women; National Human Rights Commission. 
    • Government and Politics 
      • Main features of the British Constitution and major political institutions of the UK.
      • Main features of the American Constitution and major political institutions of the USA
      • Main features of the Constitution of France and major political institutions.
      • Main features of the Constitution of Switzerland and major political institutions.
      • Landmarks in India’s national movement and constitutional development.
      • Congress-League conflict since 1937; the Muslim League’s demand for Pakistan; The Cripps proposals and the Quit-India movement; the causes of the collapse of the Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946; the Mountbatten Plan and Indian Independence.
      • The main features of the Constitution of the Indian Republic.
      • The Central Government: The President, Parliament, the Prime Minister, the Council of Ministers, the Supreme Court of India.
      • The State Government: The Governor, the Chief Minister, the Cabinet, the State Legislative assembly. Panchayti Raj and urban local bodies.
      • The problems of casteism, communalism and regionalism in Indian politics.
    • International Relations
      • Nature and scope of the study of International Relations.
      • International politics and foreign policy: main features.
      • International relations since 1945: The Cold War, Détente and post-Cold War
      • phases.
      • Main features and current developments in the foreign policy of the USA.
      • Main features and current developments in the foreign policy of China.
      • Main features and current developments in the foreign policy of India.
      • Basic concepts of International Law (Peace).
      • Basic concepts of International Law (War).
      • The United Nations: The Charter, the Security Council, the General Assembly;
      • International Court of Justice; the Specialized Agencies: The UNESCO, ILO,
      • IBRD, IMF and WTO.
      • Regional Organizations: OAS, EU, ASEAN, SAARC and OIC.

    Subjects


    The Subjects included for AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 are:

    • Human Rights 
    • Government and Politics 
    • International Relations


    Syllabus Link: View/Download

    AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Exam Day Instructions


    Offline Dates

    • 09/11/2020

    Examination Day Instructions

    Preparation for the Exam Day

    • The Admit card should be downloaded and printed Immediately.
    • A few copies of the Admit Card should be kept in reserve as these are also used at the time of admission and counselling.
    • Documents to be taken to the Exam centre should be kept ready.
    • Stationary related articles as mentioned should be kept ready.
    • Dress related details will also be provided in the prospectus as well as with the admit card and should be followed.
    • Items not to be taken to the Exam centre or barred should be noted.

    Test Centre Details

    • The information of the Test centre allocated is provided along with admit card.  
    • It includes the address of the centre.
    • One should locate the centre on Google Maps.
    • It is a good practice and strongly advised to visit the centre one day before to know about the time taken to reach the centre. By doing so one can reach well in time on the examination day. It prevents wastage of time trying to locate the centre and thus avoids the stress created, if the centre is not easy to find.

    Examination Day Instructions:

    Before entering the Exam Centre  

    • Try to reach the exam centre one hour prior to the time advised in the admit card.  
    • Before leaving for the site, please have a hearty breakfast or light lunch depending on the session. Drink plenty of fluids; as in summers dehydration can set in affecting your performance in the exam.
    • Have a cookie or a chocolate just before entering the centre; this prevents hypoglycaemia and thus helps you stay alert longer improving your results.
    • If it is a busy centre, then don’t wait till last for the entry and security check.
    • Centre will not allow you to enter after the stipulated time of closing the doors.
    • Admission to the Exam Centre is with the Admit Card; no candidates shall be admitted to the test without the production of the Admit Card at the Test Centre.
    • Usually no bags are allowed.
    • No eatables are allowed.
    • No communication equipment such as mobile phones / pager / wireless set, scanner, camera or any such electronic / digital gadget etc are allowed in the exam centre; carrying one will lead to disqualification.

    After entering the centre

    • Once candidates enter the centre, they should locate their designated hall and seat.  
    • If mentioned, candidates will be hand frisked as well as photographed or video graphed before entering the centre
    • After all the formalities, candidates should enter the allotted hall and take the designated seat.
    • No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination hall/room before the expiry of half of the time allotted for the respective paper.
    • For Objective Type question papers, rough work is to be done in the space provided for this purpose. No rough work is allowed on the OMR Answer Sheet under any situation.
    • Questions have to be answered on the answer sheet only.
    • Copying, use of unfair means of any kind, talking, asking questions from other candidates or borrowing of material inside the Test Centre is strictly prohibited.
    • The candidates are to return their OMR answer-sheets and the question paper in full to the Centre Superintendent. Tearing or taking away of the question paper is not allowed failing which the candidates shall be disqualified from the entire Entrance Test.
    • Misbehaviour of any kind can lead to expulsion of the candidate.
    • Caught copying helping in copying will mean cancellation of the answer sheet / cancellation of the candidature.
    • Marking the answer sheet or question paper in any way will also lead to cancellation of the exam for that candidate.
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    AMU Entrance Exam M.A. (Human Rights) 2020 Results

    Result Declaration21/01/2021

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