Rules and Regulations for Admission

General:

i) Credit : Credit stands for following in the context of CBCS.
  • Terms credit has a connotation of achievement of earning through learning effort.
  • It also implies successful completion of a course of study measured in terms of class room instruction hours/week in the courses being studied in that semester.
  • It also implies learning efforts required on the part of the learner.
  • It also measures the volume of the content to be delivered in the course being studied.
  • Credit of a course also indicates in the weightage of a course for calculating Grade Point Average (GPA) As thumb rule, consider 1 credit=25marks.


ii) Semester System

Semester in Latin means six monthly, or either of the two six monthly academic terms with following typical look involving teaching for 15 weeks for a 6 day/week excluding duration of minor exams tests, end term examination and semester breaks.

iii) Tutorial session consists of participatory/desk work/problem solving/brief seminar on a topic or any such other novel method ,that makes learners absorb and assimilate more effectively the contents delivered in lecture session. Normally , the tutorial sheets prepared by teacher are distributed in advance to help learner prepare for interaction systematically.

iv) Practical/Practice session consists of hands on experience/laboratory experiments/Field studies/class that equip students to acquire the much required skill component.

CHOOSING PROGRAMME STUDY COURSES:

i) At the time of admission each student will identify a major (main) subject in which he/she will concentrate and two minor (allied) elective subjects which he/she would choose to study.
ii) Major would be the subject in which the student will have to take core courses (hard and soft core /or elective) as defined by the concerned U.G. Board of Studies and the faculty.
iii) Major once identified would not be changed unless the student quits a programme and joins a new programme.
iv) Minor, on the other hand, would be the subjects that would be chosen by the students out of a number of subject combinations (at least two subject combination) suggested and approved by the U.G BoS and Faculty.
v) In these subjects the student will be required to accumulate a certain minimum number of credits in order to quality for the UG degree.

SEMESTERS:

i) An academic year comprising 180 working days in the least is divided into two semesters, each semester having at least 90 working days, with six working days in complete.
ii) The term 'Credit refers to the weightage given to a course, usually in terms of the number of instruction of hour per week assigned to it. This explains why usually 'credit' is taken to mean 'credit hour'. The credits also determine the volume of course contents and delivery of programme such as lectures , tutorials , practical assignment etc.

CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT (CCA) AND EVALUATION:

i) All courses ( Compulsory , Core, Elective and GI & H Courses) involve an evaluation system of students that has the following two components:

a) Continuous comprehensive assessment (CCA) accounting for 50% of the final grade that a student gets in a course.
b) End-Semester examination (ESE) accounting for the remaining 50% of the final grade that student gets in a course.

SEMESTER WISE TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM CBCS

SemesterMajorMinorCompulsoryGI & HobbyAdditional CourseTotal CreditRemarks
I080806----22
II080806----22
III080803----19Environment Studies
IV1208--01--21
V1208------20
VI0808------16
564815010120

Note:- Minimum 120 credits required for the degree.

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