Rules and Regulations for Admission

Choosing Study Courses

A student will be required to accumulate a certain minimum number of credits in order to qualify the UG Degree.

For Bachelor Degree Program the students will be limited by the subjects that are available in the College.

The students will have to accumulate prescribed minimum successful credit hours of course work for Bachelor Degree over a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 Years from the date of admission as per HPU norms.

Students Assessment and Evaluation

All courses involve an evaluation system of students as follows:

Ø Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCA) According to 70-30 % weightage i. e. 70% for End Semester Examination (ESE) and remaining 30% for Internal Assessment.

Note: In order to pass a student will have to secure at least 35% in one of the component i. e. CCA and ESE but 45% in aggregate to become eligible to be declared successful in course. Only those students will be allowed to appear in the ESE who have been successful in CCA.

Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCA):

This would have the following component

Ø Classroom Attendance and Incentives: Each student will have to attend a minimum of 75% Lectures/Tutorials/Practicals. A student having less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the End Semester Examination (ESE). The incentive for the classroom attendance will be awarded CCA Marks as follows:

= 75% but < 80% 1 mark

= 80% but <85% 2 marks

= 85 %but <90% 3 marks

= 90% but < 95% 4 marks

=95% & above 5 marks

Ø Mid Term Tests (Minor): There will be one Mid Term Test to be conducted when approximately 2/3 of the syllabus has been covered. This Mid Term Test will be of 15 Marks.

Ø Seminar/ Assignment/ Term Paper: The remaining 10 Marks of CCA will be awarded on the basis of classroom activities viz. Seminar/Assignment/Term paper/Quiz/Presentation etc.

End Semester Examination (ESE): 70% of final grade in course will be on the basis of End Semester Examination (ESE) that will be of three hours duration and covering the complete syllabus of the course.

Semester

Classroom Attendance

Mid Term Test

Seminar/ Assignment/ Term Paper

End Semester Examination

Total

For all Semester

05

15

10

70

100

Accumulation of credits:

A candidate shall be eligible for the conferment of Bachelor’s Degree if he/she has earned minimum required credit for the program prescribed in the regulation.

Course

Credit

I. Core courses (6 Credit)

Paper + Practical

Paper+ Tutorial

(12 papers)

12 x 4 = 48

12 x 5= 60

Two Papers- English

Two Papers- Hindi

Four papers-Discipline 1

Four papers-Discipline 2

Core Courses Practical/Tutorial

(12 Practical)

12 x 2 = 24

12 x 1 =12

II. Elective Courses (6 Credits)

(6 papers)

6 x 4 = 24

6 x 5 = 30

Two Papers- Discipline 1 Specific

Two Papers- Discipline 2 Specific

Two Papers- Inter Disciplinary

Two Papers from each Discipline of choice and Two papers Inter Disciplinary

Elective Courses Practical/ Tutorial

(6 Practical/Tutorials)

6 x 2 = 12

6 x 1 = 6

Two Papers- Discipline 1 Specific

Two Papers- Discipline 2 Specific

Two Papers- Generic Inter disciplinary

Two Papers from each Discipline of choice

Optional Dissertation or project Work in place of One Elective Paper (6 credits) in 6th Semester

III Ability Enhancement Courses

1. Ability Enhancement Courses (AECC)

Two Papers of 4 Credits each

2 x 4 = 8

2 x 4 = 8

Environmental Science

English/ Hindi/ MIL Communication

2. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

Four Papers of 4 Credits each

4 x 4 = 16

4 x 4 = 16

Total Credits

132

132

· Whenever there is Practical there will be no Tutorial and vice versa.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR IN BACHELOR OF ARTS (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline

Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

Generic

Elective

(GE) 2

(6 Credits each)

I

English

(English/MIL Communication / Environmental Science

DSC-1 A

DSC- 2 A

II

English

Environmental Science/ (English/MIL Communication)

DSC-1 B

DSC- 2 B

III

Hindi/MIL

SEC-I

DSC-1 C

DSC- 2 C

IV

Hindi/MIL

SEC-II

DSC-1 D

DSC- 2 D

V

SEC-III

DSE-1A

GE-1

DSE-2A

VI

SEC-IV

DSE-3B

GE-2

DSE-4B

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

I

DSC-1 A

(English/MIL Communication / Environmental Science

DSC- 2 A

DSC- 3 A

II

DSC-1 B

Environmental Science/ (English/MIL Communication)

DSC- 2 B

DSC- 3B

III

DSC-1 C

SEC-I

DSC- 2 C

DSC- 3 C

IV

DSC-1 D

SEC-II

DSC- 2 D

DSC-3 D

V

SEC-III

DSE-1A

DSE-2A

DSE-3A

VI

SEC-IV

DSE-1B

DSE-2B

DSE-3B

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline

Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

Generic

Elective

(GE) 2

(6 Credits each)

I

English -1

Environmental Science

BC 1.1 Financial Accounting

BC 1.2 Business Organisation and management

II

English -2

Writing Skills

BC 2.2 Business Law

BC 2.3 Business Mathematics and Statistics

III

Hindi-1

BC 3.4 Computer application In Business

BC 3.1 Company Law

BC 3.2 Income Tax Law and Practice

IV

Hindi-2

BC 4.4 E- Commerce

BC 4.2 Corporate Accounting

BC 4.3 Cost Accounting

V

BC 5.3 Entrepreneurship

BC 5.1 Auditing and Corporate Governance

BC 5.4 Principle of Micro-Economics

BC 5.2 Fundamental of Financial Management

VI

BC 6.3

Personal Selling and Salesmanship

BC 6.1 Management Accounting

BC 6.4

Indian Economy

BC 6.2 Fundamentals of

Investment

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

Admission/Regulations

Choosing Study Courses

A student will be required to accumulate a certain minimum number of credits in order to qualify the UG Degree.

For Bachelor Degree Program the students will be limited by the subjects that are available in the College.

The students will have to accumulate prescribed minimum successful credit hours of course work for Bachelor Degree over a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 Years from the date of admission as per HPU norms.

Students Assessment and Evaluation

All courses involve an evaluation system of students as follows:

Ø Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCA) According to 70-30 % weightage i. e. 70% for End Semester Examination (ESE) and remaining 30% for Internal Assessment.

Note: In order to pass a student will have to secure at least 35% in one of the component i. e. CCA and ESE but 45% in aggregate to become eligible to be declared successful in course. Only those students will be allowed to appear in the ESE who have been successful in CCA.

Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCA):

This would have the following component

Ø Classroom Attendance and Incentives: Each student will have to attend a minimum of 75% Lectures/Tutorials/Practicals. A student having less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the End Semester Examination (ESE). The incentive for the classroom attendance will be awarded CCA Marks as follows:

= 75% but < 80% 1 mark

= 80% but <85% 2 marks

= 85 %but <90% 3 marks

= 90% but < 95% 4 marks

=95% & above 5 marks

Ø Mid Term Tests (Minor): There will be one Mid Term Test to be conducted when approximately 2/3 of the syllabus has been covered. This Mid Term Test will be of 15 Marks.

Ø Seminar/ Assignment/ Term Paper: The remaining 10 Marks of CCA will be awarded on the basis of classroom activities viz. Seminar/Assignment/Term paper/Quiz/Presentation etc.

End Semester Examination (ESE): 70% of final grade in course will be on the basis of End Semester Examination (ESE) that will be of three hours duration and covering the complete syllabus of the course.

Semester

Classroom Attendance

Mid Term Test

Seminar/ Assignment/ Term Paper

End Semester Examination

Total

For all Semester

05

15

10

70

100

Accumulation of credits:

A candidate shall be eligible for the conferment of Bachelor’s Degree if he/she has earned minimum required credit for the program prescribed in the regulation.

Course

Credit

II. Core courses (6 Credit)

Paper + Practical

Paper+ Tutorial

(12 papers)

12 x 4 = 48

12 x 5= 60

Two Papers- English

Two Papers- Hindi

Four papers-Discipline 1

Four papers-Discipline 2

Core Courses Practical/Tutorial

(12 Practical)

12 x 2 = 24

12 x 1 =12

II. Elective Courses (6 Credits)

(6 papers)

6 x 4 = 24

6 x 5 = 30

Two Papers- Discipline 1 Specific

Two Papers- Discipline 2 Specific

Two Papers- Inter Disciplinary

Two Papers from each Discipline of choice and Two papers Inter Disciplinary

Elective Courses Practical/ Tutorial

(6 Practical/Tutorials)

6 x 2 = 12

6 x 1 = 6

Two Papers- Discipline 1 Specific

Two Papers- Discipline 2 Specific

Two Papers- Generic Inter disciplinary

Two Papers from each Discipline of choice

Optional Dissertation or project Work in place of One Elective Paper (6 credits) in 6th Semester

III Ability Enhancement Courses

1. Ability Enhancement Courses (AECC)

Two Papers of 4 Credits each

2 x 4 = 8

2 x 4 = 8

Environmental Science

English/ Hindi/ MIL Communication

2. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

Four Papers of 4 Credits each

4 x 4 = 16

4 x 4 = 16

Total Credits

132

132

· Whenever there is Practical there will be no Tutorial and vice versa.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR IN BACHELOR OF ARTS (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline

Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

Generic

Elective

(GE) 2

(6 Credits each)

I

English

(English/MIL Communication / Environmental Science

DSC-1 A

DSC- 2 A

II

English

Environmental Science/ (English/MIL Communication)

DSC-1 B

DSC- 2 B

III

Hindi/MIL

SEC-I

DSC-1 C

DSC- 2 C

IV

Hindi/MIL

SEC-II

DSC-1 D

DSC- 2 D

V

SEC-III

DSE-1A

GE-1

DSE-2A

VI

SEC-IV

DSE-3B

GE-2

DSE-4B

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

I

DSC-1 A

(English/MIL Communication / Environmental Science

DSC- 2 A

DSC- 3 A

II

DSC-1 B

Environmental Science/ (English/MIL Communication)

DSC- 2 B

DSC- 3B

III

DSC-1 C

SEC-I

DSC- 2 C

DSC- 3 C

IV

DSC-1 D

SEC-II

DSC- 2 D

DSC-3 D

V

SEC-III

DSE-1A

DSE-2A

DSE-3A

VI

SEC-IV

DSE-1B

DSE-2B

DSE-3B

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

PROPOSED SCHEME FOR BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (CBCS)

SEM

Core Course 12

(6 Credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) 2

(4 Credits each)

Discipline

Specific

Elective (DSE) 4

(6 Credits each)

Generic

Elective

(GE) 2

(6 Credits each)

I

English -1

Environmental Science

BC 1.1 Financial Accounting

BC 1.2 Business Organisation and management

II

English -2

Writing Skills

BC 2.2 Business Law

BC 2.3 Business Mathematics and Statistics

III

Hindi-1

BC 3.4 Computer application In Business

BC 3.1 Company Law

BC 3.2 Income Tax Law and Practice

IV

Hindi-2

BC 4.4 E- Commerce

BC 4.2 Corporate Accounting

BC 4.3 Cost Accounting

V

BC 5.3 Entrepreneurship

BC 5.1 Auditing and Corporate Governance

BC 5.4 Principle of Micro-Economics

BC 5.2 Fundamental of Financial Management

VI

BC 6.3

Personal Selling and Salesmanship

BC 6.1 Management Accounting

BC 6.4

Indian Economy

BC 6.2 Fundamentals of

Investment

*The table is subject to change accordance with HPU/Government notification.

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