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Date: 13.06.2018

NOTICE FOR ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR DEGREE COURSES IN THE SESSION 2018-2019

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. ADMISSION PORTAL OF THE COLLEGE WILL REMAIN OPEN UPTO 16.06.2018, 10.00pm
  2. PAYMENT FOR ADMISSION FORM FEES TO PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK WILL REMAIN OPEN TILL 18.06.2018, 4.00 pm
  3. MERIT LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED ON 20.06.2018

MARKS CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION IN B.A., B.Sc. , B.Com (HONOURS AND GENERAL)

      • A minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination.

        OR

      • 55% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination.

        OR

      • 50% marks in the aggregate when the candidate has not studied the subject in his/her previous qualifying examination provided all other clauses are satisfied.
      • Candidates belonging to Reserved Categories taking up Honours Course of Study must haveobtained a minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate or 40% marks in the subject
      • or related subjects at the previous qualifying examination, as the case may be. A candidate shall be allowed to take up the subject(s) under heading “A” if he/she had passed the subject (s) under heading “B” at the previous qualifying examination.
A B
1. Mathematics 1. Mathematics/Business Mathematics
2. Statistics 2. Statistics/Business Mathematics / Mathematics
3. Physics 3. Physics and Mathematics
4. Chemistry 4. Chemistry
5. Zoology 5. Zoology/Biology/ Bio-Technology
6. Botany 6. Botany/Biology/Bio-Technology
7. Physiology 7. Physiology/Biology/Bio-Technology
8. Molecular Biology 8. Biology/ Bio-Technology and Chemistry/ Physics
9. Microbiology 9. Biology/ Bio-Technology and Chemistry/ Physics
10. Computer Science 10. Mathematics & any one of Physics/ Statistics/Computer Sc.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE FOLLOWING HONOURS COURSES

      1. Economics: A Candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Economics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the H.S. Examination (10+2) conducted by the West Bengal Council of H.S. Education or its equivalent examination in Mathematics/ Business Mathematics. Students who have passed Business Economics including Business Mathematics in H.S. (10+2) level from West Bengal Council of H.S. Education are also eligible for admission in the Honours Course in Economics. Candidates of Economics Honours have to take up Mathematics as one of the elective subjects.
      2. Mathematics: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Mathematics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination. A candidate who has passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for admission to the Mathematics Honours Course
      3. Chemistry: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Chemistry if he/she has passed in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the previous qualifying examination.
      4. Microbiology: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Microbiology if he/she has passed in Chemistry in the previous qualifying Examination. Honours have to take up Chemistry as one of the elective subjects.
      5. Physiology : A candidate shall be allowed to semester-wise Honours in Physiology if he/she has passed the subject Physiology/Biology/Bio-Technology and Chemistry in the previous qualifying examination. The subject Biology/Bio-Technology may be treated as the related subject.
      6. Computer Science: The combination of subjects for Computer Science Hons. Course shall be Mathematics as one of the General subjects and any one of the following subjects: either Physics or Statistics.
      7. Philosophy: If the candidate has not studied Philosophy as a subject in the previous qualifying examination then Psychology/ Math/ Education/ Sociology/ Political Science be treated as related subjects.
      8. Sociology: Candidates passed the previous qualifying examination (10+2) in Science/Humanities/Arts (except Commerce) stream with any subject will be allowed to get admission in Sociology (Honours).

 

 

EXAMINATION REGULATIONS

      • The 3 year B.A. /B.Sc. / B.Mus. (Honours and General) Course of Studies under CBCS shall consist of Six (6) Semesters (Semester-I, Semester-II, Semester-III, Semester-IV, Semester-V and Semester-VI).
      • End Semester Examinations are to be held ordinarily at the end of the concerned Semester, i.e., Semester-I, Semester-III, Semester-V in December-January and Semester-II, Semester-IV, Semester-VI in June-July.
      • End Semester Examinations will be held for 80% of the total marks in each paper and Internal Assessment shall be for 20% of the total marks of each paper/subject/module. 50% of the total marks assigned to Internal Assessment (i.e., 10 marks for a full paper of 100 or 5 marks for a Module of 50, as the case may be) will be assessed on the basis of Internal Examination and remaining 50% will be assessed based on the class attendance (6 marks for attending 60% or above but less than 75% of the number of lectures delivered; 8 marks for attending 75% or above but less than 90% of the number of lectures delivered; and 10 marks for attending 90% or above of lectures delivered and such attendance will be calculated from the date of commencement of classes or date of admission whichever is later). The students are to be informed about the modalities of internal assessment well in advance.
      • End of Semester Examinations Duration
        Subjects Marks Duration
        Theoretical papers (other than AECC) 100/50 4/2 hours
        Theoretical papers (other than AECC) 65-80 3 hours
        Practical papers/Tutorial Up to 30 3 hours maximum
        Practical papers/Tutorial Above 30 5 hours maximum
        AECC-1 (Com. Eng. /MIL) (MCQ pattern) 80 2 hours
        AECC-2 (Env. Studies) Theoretical paper (MCQ pattern) 50 1 hour 30 minutes

Actual duration of the Practical examination to be determined by the concerned Board of Studies and duly approved by the appropriate authorities.

      • Question papers shall be set in English version only for the Honours papers of the following subjects.

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Physiology, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Anthropology, Electronics, Statistics, Geology, Molecular Biology, Food, Nutrition, Geography and Psychology.

      • Medium of Answer For examinations in subjects other than language-based ones candidates shall have the option of writing their answers in either Bengali or English unless instructed otherwise in respective question paper(s). For examinations in language-based subjects (e.g., Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, English etc.) candidates shall have to write their answers in the respective language only.
      • An Examination Shall be held always under the current syllabus First semester classes for B.A. /B.Sc. / B.Mus. courses of studies shall commence ordinarily within thirty days from the date of publication of results of the H.S. Examination of the year conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education. Classes for second semester to sixth semester shall commence ordinarily within seven days from the date of completion of lower semester examination of the year respectively (e.g. class of 2nd semester shall commence within seven days from the completion of 1st semester examination)
      • An affiliated College/Institution shall submit application forms in prescribed format duly filled in by the candidates intending to appear at the said examination(s) to the Controller ofExaminations within the last date fixed by the University. Admit Card for an examination shall not be issued to the college concerned in favour of a candidate unless his/her application is duly filled-up in all respects and particularly in regard to : i) date of admission to the first semester class with current subject combination, ii) year of first appearance in the examination of the semester concerned and iii) year(s) of appearance (s) in the semester-I/semester-II/ and semester -III / semester-IV/ semester – V/ semester-VI Examinations as the case may be together with the results thereof and such other information as may be required from time to time and duly endorsed by the Principal testifying his/her a) good conduct, b) requisite attendance record in theoretical and practical/tutorial classes in each of the subjects in which he/she intends to appear and c)eligibility under this regulations for appearance at the concerned examination and in the said subject(s).

 

      • A candidate pursuing Honours Course of Study has to secure 30% marks (excluding the marks in Internal Assessment) separately in Theory and Practical/Tutorial part of each paper, wherever applicable, at the End Semester Examinations, and a minimum of 30% marks in each paper (including marks in Internal Assessment) in order to earn the corresponding credit of the concerned paper and a minimum of CGPA 4.000 (including Internal Assessment) taking all the papers of all the Semesters as a whole, i.e., all CC, DSE, SEC, GE & AECC papers, in order to get the Honours Degree.
      • If a candidate pursuing Honours Course of Study secures 30% marks (excluding the marks in Internal Assessment) separately in Theory and Practical/Tutorial part of each paper, wherever applicable, at the End Semester Examinations, and a minimum of 30% marks in each paper (including Internal Assessment), but fails to secure a minimum of CGPA 4.000 (including Internal Assessment) taking all the papers of all the Semesters as a whole, i.e., all CC, DSE, SEC, GE & AECC papers, in order to get the Honours Degree.

 

      • GE & AECC papers, will get the General Degree. However, such candidate may re-appear at the 5th End Semester Examinations or 6th End Semester Examinations or both, when such examinations will be held next, within the stipulated period of five years in order to get a minimum of CGPA 4.000 and get the Honours Degree. In case, such examinee fails to obtain a minimum of CGPA 4.000, the previous status based on previous aggregate will be retained and such candidate will not be declared as having obtained General Degree again.

 

      • A candidate pursuing General Course of Study has to secure 30% marks (excluding the marks in Internal Assessment) separately in Theory and Practical/Tutorial part of each paper, wherever applicable, at the End Semester Examinations and a minimum of 30% marks in each paper (including marks in Internal Assessment) in order to earn the corresponding credit of the concerned paper and to get the General Degree.
      • A candidate who is eligible to appear at any of the End Semester Examinations does not enroll or does not appear at the examinations or fails to secure pass marks in the paper(s) at the concerned examinations, as stated in Clauses 19.1, 19.2, 19.3 above, as well as a candidate not eligible to appear at the end semester examination, as stated in Clause 6, will be allowed to attend the classes in the next higher semester, as applicable.

 

      • Internal Assessment has to be done in the semester in which a candidate becomes eligible to appear in the concerned End Semester Examination. The candidates remaining absent in the internal examination will be awarded zero (0) marks. Marks obtained in Internal Assessment (i.e., marks for attendance and marks of internal examination taken together) shall be retained for the entire duration of his/her enrolment.
      • If a candidate secures pass marks in Practical Paper(s)/ Module(s)/ Project Work/ Tutorial but fails to secure pass marks in Theoretical paper(s)/ module, the marks of Practical Paper(s)/ Module(s)/ Project Work/ Tutorial along with Internal Assessment shall be retained.

 

      • A candidate may appear at any higher End Semester Examination without appearing at lower End Semester Examinations subject to Clause 6.

 

      • A candidate may continue his/her course of study for the next higher Semester without appearing at the lower End Semester Examinations subject to Clause 6.

 

      • A candidate who fails to secure pass marks (as stated in Clauses 19.1, 19.2, 19.3 above) in one or more papers of a semester may appear in those paper(s) when the concerned End Semester Examinations will be held next.
      • Re-examination/Review
      1. Re-Examination/review is applicable only for Theoretical papers of different End Semester Examinations of 3 year B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. Course of Studies. Re-examination/ review is not permissible for Internal Assessment, Practical & Tutorial Examinations and Project Work.
      2. A candidate will be eligible to re-examine/review his/her script if he/she appears at the concerned Semester examination as a whole.
      3. A student shall be allowed to apply for re-examination/ review of not more than 2(two) Theoretical papers/modules in each semester i.e. CC, DSE, SEC and GE for Honours Courses and CC, DSE, SEC and GE (wherever applicable) for General Courses, taken together, provided that he/she has scored qualifying marks, i.e., 30% in the remaining papers of that Semester.
      4. . In re-examination of papers for any End Semester Examinations of 3 year B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. Courses, then marks awarded by the re-examiner in a paper will be taken as the marks obtained by the candidate in that paper. If on re-examination/review of a paper, the marks get enhanced by more than 15% or get reduced by more than by 5% than that awarded by the original examiner (the percentage is to be calculated on the basis of the full marks in that paper), the script of the paper shall be referred to a third examiner. Among the marks awarded by three examiners, i.e., original examiner, second examiner (re-examiner) and the third examiner, the average of the two closer marks obtained will be awarded, provided that such a final award does not result in lowering of the grade point obtained by the candidate prior to re-examination/review in which cases the original award be retained.
      • Cancellation Of Examination

Candidate may apply through the Principal for cancellation of enrollment of the concerned end semester examination within fifteen working days from the date of completion of theory papers of the said examinations. Such option for cancellation of examination once exercised cannot be revoked.

      • Grace Marks

A candidate who fails to obtain pass mark in any paper(s) in any semester for shortage of one mark shall be awarded one grace mark in such paper(s).

      • Degree
      1. If a candidate pursuing Honours Course of Study clears all the papers and secures a minimum of CGPA 4.000 will be declared as obtaining B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. (Honours) Degree with his/her CGPA and corresponding Letter Grade (C+, B, B+, A, A+ or A++).
      2. If a candidate pursuing Honours Course of Study clears all the papers and secures a minimum of CGPA 3.000 but less than 4.000 will be declared as obtaining B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus (General) Degree with his/her CGPA and corresponding Letter Grade (C).
      3. If a candidate pursuing General Course of Study clears all the papers and secures a minimum of CGPA 3.000 will be declared as obtaining B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus (General) Degree with his/her CGPA and corresponding Letter Grade(C, C+, B, B+, A, A+ or A++).
      4. A candidate, after successful completion of a three-year degree course B.A. / B.Sc. /B.Mus. (Honours/General) shall not be entitled to seek admission in any of the said courses of this University.
      • Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) And Cumulative Grade Point Average(CGPA)A 10-point grading system shall be followed for the purpose of Grade Point Calculation, as shown below.

PERCENTAGE OF MARKS GRADES NUMERICAL GRADE POINTS

≥ 90% to 100% A++ 9.0 – 10
≥ 80% but < 90% A+ 8.0 – 8.9
≥ 70% but < 80% A 7.0 – 7.9
≥ 60% but < 70% B+ 6.0 – 6.9
≥ 50% but < 60% B 5.0 – 5.9
≥ 40% but < 50% C+ 4.0 – 4.9
≥ 30% but < 40% C 3.0 – 3.9
< 30% F 0
Absent Ab 0

i) Numerical Grade Point shall not be calculated in respect of a failed paper

ii) The multiplicative factors shall be 0.10 for all Grades for the purpose of calculating numerical Grade Point. Example If the student secures P%, where P = 30 his/her grade point will be [3.0 + {(P – 30) × 0.1}] or simply 30 × 0.10 = 3 If a student scores 52% in a particular paper, his/her grade point for the paper will be (3.00 + 0.1 × 22) = 5.20 or simply, 52 × 0.10 = 5.2

      • Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA)

The Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) will be the weighted average of the numerical grade points obtained in all the papers of the given semester, where Weights refer to the Credits assigned to the concerned papers. If the Numerical Grade Points obtained by a student in different papers of a Semester are denoted by Pi and the credit of the corresponding papers are denoted by Ci , the SGPA will be [S(Pi × Ci)/ SCi] where i=1 to n, and n= no. of papers in the Semester. The SGPA shall be shown in the mark sheet up to the third decimal point.

      • Cumulative Grade Point Average (SGPA)

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) over six semesters shall be the weighted average of the six SGPAs. CGPA =(S(SGPAj × Cj) / S Cj) where j = 1 to 6. CGPA shall be calculated and shown up to three decimal places. SGPAj is the SGPA of the jth Semester (j=1 to 6) and Cj is the total credit of jth Semester used for Grade Point Calculation.

THE GRADE OF THE CANDIDATE ON THE BASIS OF CGPA WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:

CGPA Letter Grade Remarks

9.000 – 10.000 A++ Outstanding
8.000 – 8.999 A+ Excellent
7.000 – 7.999 A Very Good
6.000 – 6.999 B+ Good
5.000 – 5.999 B Average
4.000 – 4.999 C+ Fair
3.000 – 3.999 C Satisfactory
0.000 – 2.999 F Fail

Both SGPA and CGPA will be rounded off to the third place of the decimal and will be shown as such on the grade sheet. The grade sheet issued at the end of each semester shall include the total marks obtained in each paper / module as well as the SGPA, the total marks obtained in that semester and the credit earned in the semester concerned. The final grade sheet, on completion of six semesters, shall include the SGPA of six semesters, CGPA, Letter Grade, the marks obtained, total marks and the total Credits earned.

 

 

FEES STRUCTURE 2018-2019

COMMON FEES FOR ALL CANDIDATES PER SEMESTER

TUITION FEES PER SEMESTER

FEES

AMOUNT IN INR

COURSE

AMOUNT IN INR

Admission Processing 100 B.A. HONOURS 450
Session Charge 300 B.SC. HONOURS 660
Library 100 B.COM. HONOURS 510
Building Repair 200 B.A. GENERAL 300
General Maintenance 100 B.SC. GENERAL 510
E- Maintenance 150 B.COM. GENERAL 360
Student Activity 350

TOTAL 1300

 

ADDITIONAL FEES IN 1ST SEMESTER FOR ALL CANDIDATES

AMOUNT IN INR

CU REGISTRATION 110
CU SPORTS 60
PROSPECTUS I CARD 200
TOTAL 370

 

LABORATORY FEES FOR LAB BASED SUBJECTS PER SEMESTER

SUBJECT (HONOURS)

AMOUNT IN INR

SUBJECT (GENERAL)

AMOUNT IN INR

Botany / Zoology / Physiology 1000 Botany / Zoology / Physiology 300
Micro Biology 5000 Molecular Biology 2000
Psychology 2500 Physics Chemistry 400
Physics 600 Computer Science 2500
Chemistry 1300 Statistics 200
Computer Science 5000 Journalism Mass Communication 2000
Statistics 300 Sociology 100
Geography 1000
Journalism & Mass Communication 4000
Sociology 200
Economics 750

 

OUTLINE OF CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM FOR B.A., B.Sc. / B.Com. HONOURS AND GENERAL COURSES BASED ON THE GUIDELINE OF UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, 2018

As per UGC guideline Calcutta University has implemented CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) from the Academic session 2018-2019, which is a semester based evaluation system

There are 6 Semesters in 3 years

In this system followings are very important

  1. Once a student is admitted in a particular course in Semester-1, he/she has to continue with the same course for obtaining graduation degree from Calcutta University. (There is no provision of change of course).
  2. As it is a credit system, Attendance of students are very essential to get good score.
  3. 1. A student attending less than 60% of the total number of classes held shall not be allowed to appear at the concerned Semester Examinations and he /she has to pursue admission to the same Semester in the very next year for attending the classes and appearing at the said Semester).
  4. 2. A student attending between 60% and 75% of the total number of classes* held shall be allowed to appear at the concerned Semester Examinations subject to the payment of prescribed condonation fees and fulfillment of other conditions laid down in the regulations

OUTLINE OF CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

A) Core Course (CC):A course, which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core requirement is termed as a Core course.

Modalities of selecting CC by a student of Honours/ General programme shall be as follows:

  1. In case of B.A./B.Sc/B.Mus. Honours programme a student shall have to study a total of 14 Core courses of the Honours Subject as specified in the 6 semesters.
  2. In case of B.Sc. /B.Mus. General Programme a student shall have to study 4 Core Courses of each of the 3 chosen subjects (4 X 3 = 12Core Courses) as specified for each of the first 4 Semesters.
  3. In case of B.A. General programme a student shall have to study 4 Core Courses of each of the 2 chosen subjects (4 X 2 = 8) as specified for each of the first 4 Semesters. In addition 4 more Core Courses to be studied; two courses each from two language subjects: LCC1- English & LCC2- MIL (Bengali/Hindi/Urdu)/Alternative English as specified for each of the last 4 semesters.

B) Elective Course):Generally a course which can be chosen from a pool of courses and which may be very specific or specialized or advanced or supportive to the discipline/subject of study. A course which may provide an extended scope or may enable an exposure to some other discipline/subject/domain or nurtures the candidate’s proficiency/skill is called an Elective Course.

Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) CourseElective courses which may be offered by the main discipline/subject of study is referred to as Discipline Specific Elective. This course is to advance knowledge and skill in the core course domain.

Modalities of selecting DSE by a student of Honours/ General programme shall be as follows:

a) In case of B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. Honours programme a student shall have to study 4 DSE courses strictly on the Honours subject. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of DSE on the Honours subject concerned as specified for the relevant semester.

Explaination: Each Honours subject shall have two groups (A & B) of DSE papers. A student shall choose any one paper from each of Group A and Group B in fifth semester and sixth semester. b) In case of B.A. General programme, a student shall have to study 4 DSE courses strictly on 2 subjects, opted for pursuing Core Courses, taking exactly 2 courses from each subject. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of DSE of the subject concerned as specified for the relevant semester, i.e., DSE-A in the 5th and DSE-B in 6th semester

ExplainationEach General subject shall have two groups (A & B) of DSE papers. A student shall have to choose one paper from Group A of each of the two subjects in the fifth semester and one paper from Group B of each of the two subjects in the sixth semester. c) In case of B.Sc./B.Mus. General programme, a student shall have to study 6 DSE courses strictly on 3 subjects, opted for pursuing core courses, taking exactly two courses from each subject. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of DSE of the subject concerned as specified for the relevant semester, i.e., DSE-A in the 5th and DSE-B in 6th semester.

Explaination: Each General subject shall have two groups (A & B) of DSE papers. A student shall have to choose one paper from Group A of each of the three subjects in fifth semester and one paper from Group B of each of the three subjects in sixth semester.

Dissertation/Project :An elective course designed to acquire special/advanced knowledge, is termed as dissertation/ project. This is considered as a special course involving application of knowledge in solving/ analyzing/ exploring a real life situation/ difficult problem. A dissertation/ project work will be of 6 credits. A dissertation/ project work may be given in lieu of a Discipline Specific Elective.

Generic Elective (GE) Course An elective course chosen generally from an unrelated discipline/subject, with an intention to seek wide exposure, is called Generic Elective.

Modalities of selecting GE by a student of Honours/ General programme shall be as follows:

a) In case of B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. Honours programme, a student shall have to choose 4 Generic Elective papers strictly from 2 subjects of choice taking exactly two courses from each subject as specified for first 4 semesters. b) In case of B.A. General programme, a student shall have to choose 2 Generic Elective papers strictly from one particular subject [which will be different from the core subjects including the Core Languages (LCC1 & LCC2)] as specified for the 1st and 2nd semester.

N.B.: A core course offered in a discipline/subject may be treated as an elective by other discipline/subject and such electives may also be referred to as Generic Elective. [A Core Course (CC) of B.A/B.Sc.

Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC): The Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC) may be of two kinds: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC).

a) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC):AECC courses are the courses based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement. These are mandatory for all disciplines. i) AECC1: Communicative English / MIL (Bengali/Hindi/Urdu); ii) AECC2: Environmental Studies.

b) Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC): These courses may be chosen from a pool of courses designed to provide value-based and/or skill-based knowledge and are aimed at providing competencies, skills, etc.

Modalities of selecting SEC by a student of Honours/ General programme shall be as follows:

a) In case of B.A./B.Sc./B.Mus. Honours programme a student shall have to study 2 skill enhancement courses strictly on the Honours subjects. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of SEC on the Honours subjects concerned as specified for the relevant semester, i.e., SEC-A in the 3rd semester and SEC-B in the 4th semester.

Explanation:Each Honours subject shall have two groups (A & B) of Skill Enhancing Course papers. An Honours student shall have to choose one paper from Group A in third semester and one paper from Group B in fourth semester. b) In case of B.A. General programme, a student shall have to study 4 Skill Enhancement courses strictly on 2 subjects, opted for pursuing Core Courses, taking exactly 2 courses from each subject. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of SEC of the subject concerned as specified for the relevant semester.

Explanation: Each General subject shall have two groups (A & B) of SEC papers. A student shall have to choose one paper from Group A of each of the two core subjects in the third and fifth semesters and one paper from Group B of each of the two core subjects in the fourth and the sixth semester. c) In case of B.Sc/B.Mus. General programme, a student shall have to study 4 Skill Enhancement Courses strictly on 2 subjects out of the three, opted for pursuing core courses, taking exactly two courses from each subject. Such a student shall have to study the curriculum of SEC of the subject concerned as specified for the relevant semester.

Explanation: Each General subject shall have two groups (A & B) of SEC papers. One paper from Group A of each of the two Core subjects to be chosen in the third and fifth semester; one paper from Group B of each of the two core subjects to be chosen in the fourth and sixth semester.

Practical/ Tutorial: Every Core, Discipline Specific and Generic Elective Course shall have a Practical/ Tutorial component. Wherever there is a practical, there will be no Tutorial and vice-versa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTAKE CAPACITY-2018-2019
Stream/Course Hons Subject offered Hons Subject Candidate Capacity for each Hons. Subject
offered  under each strem Code Gen SC ST OBC-A OBC-B PH TOTAL
B.A Bengali BNGA 43 16 4 7 5 3% OF  ALL  CATEGORY 75
English ENGA 43 16 4 7 5 75
History HISA 43 16 4 7 5 75
Journalism &Mass com JORA 26 9 2 4 2 43
Philosophy PHIA 43 16 4 7 5 75
Political Sc PLSA 43 16 4 7 5 75
Psychology PSYA 26 9 2 4 2 43
Sanskrit SANA 26 9 2 4 2 43
Sociology SOCA 26 9 2 4 2 43
B.Sc Botany BOTA 43 16 4 7 5 75
Chemistry CEMA 61 21 6 8 6 102
Computer Sc CMSA 26 9 2 4 2 43
Economics ECOA 35 12 3 5 3 58
Geography GEOA 35 12 3 5 3 58
Microbiology MCBA 27 10 2 4 2 45
Mathematics  MTMA 35 12 3 5 3 58
Physics PHSA 35 12 3 5 3 58
Physiology PHYA 35 13 3 5 3 58
Statistics STSA 17 6 2 2 2 29
Zoology ZOOA 35 12 3 5 3 58
B.Com. ACCOUNTING & FINANCE 110 38 10 15 10 183
GENERAL COURSE  Candidate Capacity for General
Gen SC ST OBC-A OBC-B PH TOTAL
B.A. 110 38 10 15 10 3% OF 183
B.Sc. (PURE SCIENCE) 110 38 10 15 10 ALL 183
B.Sc. (BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE) 26 9 2 4 2 CATE- 43
B.Com. 110 38 10 15 10 GORY 183