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  1. A candidate for the Bachelor’s degree in Arts/Science/Commerce shall be required to pass the following examination.
  2. i. First University Examination
    ii. Second University Examination
    iii. Final University Examination
  3. A candidate shall be eligible to appear the second and final University Examination only if she has registered for the first and second University Examination respectively. However her results shall not be published unless she has passed is the first and second University Examination respectively.
  4. In order to clear an examination (First/Second/Final) a candidate is required to secure 30% marks in a subject and 40% marks in practical paper.
  5. For passing out the degree examination, show has to secure the minimum aggregate marks of 36%.
  6. Aggregate mark for passing the degree examination shall be the sum total of the aggregate of first, second and final examinations taken together.
  7. In each of the above examination for subjects having practical a candidate, in order to secure Honours, must have secured a minimum of 45% marks in theory paper(s) taken together and a minimum 45% mark in practical paper(s) taken together in Honours subject.
  8. In a candidate is marked absent in any sitting(s) of an examination, such a candidate shall have to reappear in that paper(s), subject(s) in order that her results are declared.
  9. The expression “Subject” shall include all the papers comprised in the subject.
  10. B.A. (Pass) (1400 marks) the course structure and mark distribution for B.A. (Pass)
  11. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR
    English - I - 100 English - I - II - 100 MIL - II - 100
    M.I.L. - I ( Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali )100 Indian Society & Culture - 100 MIL - II - ( Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali)100
    Pass - Non Practical Sub. P1 + P2 = 100 + 100 Pass - Non Practical Sub. PIII + PIV = 100 + 100 = 200 Environmental Studies = 100
    Pass Practical sub PI + PII + PIII (Pra) = 75 + 75 + 50 Pass Practical sub PIV + PV + PVI (Pra) = 75 + 75 + 50 = 200
    Elective - A Paper - 1 - 100 Elective - A Paper - II - 100 Elective - B Paper-I = 100 Paper-II = 100
    Total Marks - 500 Total Marks - 500 Total Marks - 400

    a- Besides compulsory subjects, a pass student (Arts) has to take on the pass subject mentioned below and she has to choose two of the elective subject. A student offering a particular pass subject shall not choose an elective directly related to her pass subject.

    b- Sanctioned strength in pass students-320, Hist.-160, Eco.-208, Pol.Sc.-208, Oriya-92, Hindi-96, Math-16, Home Sc.-192, Psy-112, Education-64

    c- Compulsory subjects with strength : MIL - Eng. - 320, Oriya - 320, Hindi - 192, Santali –

    d- Elective Subjects Offered :Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Landmarks in History, Mathematics, Home Science, Psychology and Education.


  12. B.A (Hons.): (1800 Marks) The course structure and marks distribution for B.A.(Hons.) shall be as follows
  13. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR
    English - I - 100 English - II - 100 Environmental Studies = 100
    M.I.L. - I - ( Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali )100 Indian Society & Culture Comp - 100 MIL - II - ( Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali )100
    Honours - Non Practical Sub. PI + PII = 100 + 100 Honours - Non Practical Sub. PIII + PIV + PV + PVI = 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 = 200 Honours Practical sub PIV + PV + PVI + PVII + PVIII(Pra) = 75 + 75 + 75 + 75 + 100
    Pass Practical sub PI + PII + PIII (Pra) = 75 + 75 + 50 Honours Practical sub PIV + PV + PVI + PVII + PVIII(Pra) = 75 + 75 + 75 + 75 + 100 Honours - Non Practical PVII + VIII = 100 + 100 = 200
    Elective - A Paper - I + II = 100 + 100 Honours Practical PXI + X + XI(Pra) = 75 + 75 + 75
    Total Marks - 600 Total Marks - 600 Total Marks - 600

    a- Besides compulsory subjects, a student may opt to have one of the following subjects as Hons subject Eco.-16, Pol.Sc.-16, Home Sc.-16, Psy.-32, Oriya-32, Hindia-16, Eng-16, Edu-32.

    b- A student of Hons. Subject has to opt for two elective subjects from Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Landmarks in Indian History, Home Sc., Psychology, Education,

    c- For elective subjects a student has to choose such subject which are not related with her Hons subject.

  14. B.Sc. (Pass) : (1400 Marks) The course structure and marks distribution for B.Sc.(Pass) shall be as follows :
  15. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR
    English - I - 50 Indian Society & Culture - 100 Environmental Studies = 100
    M.I.L. - I - 50 (Or., Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali) Minor Elective - 100 (Math for Biology Student and Biology for Physical students)
    Pass – A + B Non Practical Math A - PI + II + III(Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 B - P-1 + II = 100 + 100 Pass - One Prac.& One Non Practical A - IV + V + VI(Pr) =75 + 75 + 50 B - III + IV = 100 + 100 Major Elective PI + II = 100 + 100
    Pass - A + B Both Pra.Sub A = PI + PII + PIII (Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 B = PI + PII + PIII (Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 Pass - Both Practical A - IV + V + VI = 75 + 75 + 50 B - IV + V + VI(Pra) = 75 + 75 + 50
    Total Marks - 500 Total Marks - 500 Total Marks - 400

    a- Pass Subject – Sanctioned strength Phy.- 128, Chem.- 192, Math.- 128, Bot.- 64, Zoo.- 64

    b- Besides compulsory subjects a B.Sc. (Pass) student has to choose two of the pass subjects as mentioned above.

    c- A Biology student has to choose math or statistics as her minor elective.

    d- A student of Physical Science has to take biology as minor elective.

    e- For major elective a student has to choose one of the subjects mentioned above but she cannot opt for major elective related to her Pass/Hons. Subject available in college.

    f- Sanctioned strength in B.Sc. (Pass) in the college is 192.

    N.B. : Pass students shall not be allowed to offer correspond ding subjects as major elective.

  16. B.Sc. (Hons.) (1800 marks) The course structure and mark distribution for B.Sc.(Hons.) shall be as follows :
  17. FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR
    English - I - 50 Indian Society & Culture - 100 Environmental Studies = 100
    M.I.L. - I - 50 (Or., Hn., Bn., Tel., Ur., Alt. Eng., Santali)
    Minor Electrive – 100 (Math Pr.Bio for Physics for study Math) Major Elective (PI) 100
    Pass -(A) for Practical sub. A - PI + II + III(Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 = 200 Pass - A for Practical subject PIV + PV + PVI(Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 = 200
    A(for non-practical subject) A - P-1 + II = 100 + 100 = 200 Pass - A for non-practical subject PIII + PIV = 100 + 100 = 200
    Pass - A + B Both Pra.Sub Honours - for Practical sub PI + PII + PIII (Pr) = 75 + 75 + 50 = 200 Honours - for Practical subject PIV + PV + PVI = 75 + 75 + 50 = 200 Hons - for practical subject Hons P-VII + VIII + IX + X + XI (Pra) 75 + 75 + 75 + 75 + 100 = 400
    Honours - for non-practical sub PI + PII = 100 + 100=200 For non-practical subject PIII + PIV= 100 + 100 = 200 For non-practical subject P-V + VI + VII + VIII = 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 = 400
    Total Marks - 600 Total Marks - 600 Total Marks - 600

    a.a.iii.1. Besides compulsory subjects B.Sc. (hons) student shall choose an Honours subject carrying 800 marks, one pass subject carrying 400 marks, ne minor elective carrying 100 marks and a major elective of 200 marks consisting of two papers as shown above in the table. Elective subjects shall not carry any practical component.

    a.a.iii.2. In both hons. and pass, a student with Life Science as Pass or Hons shall take one minor elective paper on Mathematics and a student with physical science shall take Biology as minor elective. The hons. and pass students shall not be allowed to offer corresponding subjects as major elective. Hons. students in second and third year shall choose one major elective as per above stipulation and the subjects available in the college.

    a.a.iii.3. Honours subjects in science available in this college are Botary-16, Chemistry-16, Physics-16 and Zoology-16.