1. B.A. (Arts / Humanities/ Languages)
2. B.Sc. (Sciences / Physical Sciences/ Bio-Sciences)
3. B.Com. (Commerce / Management)
4. M.A (English and Economics)
5. B.C.A and PGDCA
1. COMPULSORY COURSES: A student enrolled in an undergraduate programme will have to pass some compulsory courses. These compulsory courses are of four kinds:
(b) Social Science/ Commerce -
(c) Skill Based Courses-
A minimum of three and a maximum of six compulsory courses are to be passed by all students enrolled for a UG degree. However,
All compulsory courses will be three credit hours each. Thus, a maximum of 3 x 6 = 18 credit hours will be accumulated by a student by doing compulsory courses.
A minimum of three compulsory courses (3 x 3 = 9 credits) will have to be done by each UG student to qualify for the UG degree.
2. MAJOR SUBJECT (CORE) COURSES
Core Courses can be of two kinds:
Hard Core Courses, which have to be done without exception. There will be no choice available. Soft Core Courses, in which some degree of choice is available in the sense that he / she has to select a certain number of courses out of the given number (larger than the required ) of courses. The student will have to choose a certain number of core courses out of the total available.
ln each subject there will be a minimum of fourteen (14) core courses (hard and/ or soft). Each core course will be of four credit hours. Thus, a student majoring in the concerned subject will accumulate 14 x 4 = 56 credit hours by passing core courses.
A student will be required to pass in a minimum of 14 core courses in the subject of his / her major to qualify for a UG degree in a subject (Major).
3. ELECTIVE COURSES:
All students enrolled for a UG degree will be required to pass a minimum of between 10 and 13 elective courses.
4. GENERAL INTEREST AND HOBBY ( GI & COURSES)