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Semester-wise Schedule of Courses

Semester Foundation Course Discipline Course- I Discipline Course- II
Applied Course IMBH/CA Total
I

Group-A* FC-1 FC-3 FC-5 /
HS*
Applied Language Course (ALC)

 

DC I -1

 

DC I -2

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

1-IMBH

 

07

Group-B^ FC-2 FC-7 /
MA**
FC-6 FC-4
II

Group-A^ FC-1 FC-3 FC-5 /
HS*
Applied Language Course ( ALC)

 

DC I -3

 

DC I -4

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

1-IMBH

 

07

Group-B* FC-2 FC-7 /
MA**
FC-6 FC-4
III

Group-C** FC-8 FC-9 - - DC I -5 DC I -6 - DC II -1 AC -1 1-CA 07
Group-D^^ FC-10 FC-11 - -
IV

FC-8 FC-9 - - DC I -7 DC I -8 - DC II -2 AC -2 1-CA 07
Group-D** FC-10 FC-11   -
V

- - -   - DC I -9 DC I -10 DC I -11 DC II-3 AC -3 1-CA 06
VI

- - -   - DC I -12 DC I -13 DC I -14 DC II -4 AC -4 1-CA 06
VII

- - -   - DC I -15 DC I -16 DC I -17 DC II -5 - 1-CA 05
VIII

- - -   - DC I -18 DC I -19 DC I -20 DC II -6 - 1-CA 05
Total
  04 04 02 02 08 08 04 06 04 08

Grand Total

50

*HS- History of Science, **MA- Mathematical Awareness

IMBH- Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

CA-Curricular Activities include NCC, Sports, NSS, etc.

Note:(i) *^ If a student has studied Group-A in Semester-I, he/she shall study Group-B in Semester-II and vice-versa.

          (ii) ** ^^ If a student has studied Group-C in Semester-III, he/she shall study Group-D in Semester-IV and vice-versa.

         (iii) The distribution of the Foundation Course in the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Semester (in Group-A,B,C,D) to facilitate framing                 of time table and organisation of the teaching in the Colleges.






The 11 Foundation Courses, being multi-disciplinary were entrusted to separate Empowered Committees, one for each course. Interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary approaches were discussed by teachers from the departments and from colleges who were members in each committee. Several meetings were held for every course. It was agreed that Foundation Courses would be designed to strengthen the educational base of the students in relation to the grand challenges facing India. The curriculum would encourage appreciation and learning of academic tools that explore some of these problems and point towards some solutions. Through lectures, group projects and class presentations, it is expected that students will acquire both knowledge and ability in the areas being addressed. The Foundation Course curriculum takes up these issues implicitly: (i) Economic Development, Rural, Urban & Linkages, (ii) Energy, water, (iii) Urbanization, Infrastructure, Transport, Sanitation, (iv) Environment & Public Health, (v) Food security, Agriculture, (vi) Education, Literacy, and (vii)Ethics, Society & Justice.


The teaching methodology in the Foundation courses is participative and project based. Reading material is pertinent, engaging and of manageable length for students. Presentations in class are mandatory. Evaluation procedures are recommended to ensure continuous learning. In addition to the 11 Foundation Courses, 1 Applied course in Language (Hindi/ English) will also be taught in the first year.




Semester/
Group

Course no. Title
Semester - I/
Group - A
FC Paper -1 Language, Literature, and Creativity - I (Hindi/MIL-(Assamese/
Bengali/Gujarati/Manipuri/Odia/Punjabi/Sindhi/Tamil/Telugu/Urdu) /
Sanskrit
/Arabic /Persian/ Indian Literature-only for those students
who have not studied Arabic/Hindi/MIL/Persian/Sanskrit up to 8th Class)
 
  FC Paper -3 Information Technology
  FC Paper -5 Science and Life
  FC Paper - 5 History of Science (for Visually Impaired students)
  ALC* Applied Language Course (One) (Arabic/Bengali/ English/ Hindi/Persian/Punjabi/Sanskrit/Urdu)
Semester - I/
Group - B
FC Paper -2 Language, Literature, and Creativity - II (English)
  FC Paper - 7 Building Mathematical Ability
  FC Paper -7 Mathematical Awareness (for Visually Impaired students)
  FC Paper -6 Indian History and Culture
  FC Paper -4 Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
Semester - II/
Group - A
FC Paper -1 Language, Literature, and Creativity - I (Hindi/MIL-(Assamese/
Bengali/Gujarati/Manipuri/Odia/Punjabi/Sindhi/Tamil/Telugu/Urdu) /
Sanskrit
/Arabic /Persian/ Indian Literature-only for those students
who have not studied Arabic/Hindi/MIL/Persian/Sanskrit up to 8th Class)
  FC Paper -3 Information Technology
  FC Paper -5 Science and Life
  FC Paper -5 History of Science (for Visually Impaired students)
  ALC* Applied Language Course (One) (Arabic/Bengali/ English/ Hindi/Persian/Punjabi/Sanskrit/Urdu)
Semester - II/
Group - B
FC Paper -2 Language, Literature, and Creativity - II (English)
  FC Paper -7 Building Mathematical Ability
  FC Paper - 7 Mathematical Awareness (for Visually Impaired students)
  FC Paper -6 Indian History and Culture
  FC Paper -4 Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
Semester - III/
Group - C
FC Paper -8 Governance and Citizenship
  FC Paper -9 Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
Semester - III/
Group - D
FC Paper -10 Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
  FC Paper -11 Environment and Public Health
Semester - IV/
Group - C
FC Paper -8 Governance and Citizenship
  FC Paper -9 Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
Semester - IV/
Group - D
FC Paper -10 Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
  FC Paper -11 Environment and Public Health

 


 





The main purpose of the 4 Year Undergraduate Programme is to develop and disseminate knowledge, skills and values through education, field training and research necessary for promoting, maintaining and improving the functioning of individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities existing in the society. Under this programme, students will have to study total 20 major subjects at a deep level for Bachelor with Honours in each course which are called Discipline Courses-I (DC-I). These major subjects include theory, methods and areas of subject concerned and research based project. In the research based project, students will be offered to learn research methodology and prepare a project work which involves multiple learning pedagogies and activities in real life situations.

Semester-wise Schedule of Discipline Courses - I (DC-I)

Semester Course no Title
Semester - I DC-I Paper - 01
As per the concerned Department syllabus
 
  DC-I Paper - 02
"
Semester - II DC-I Paper - 03
"
  DC-I Paper - 04
"
Semester - III DC-I Paper - 05
"
  DC-I Paper - 06
"
Semester - IV DC-I Paper - 07
"
  DC-I Paper - 08
"
Semester -V DC-I Paper - 09
"
  DC-I Paper - 10
"
  DC-I Paper - 11
"
Semester -VI DC-I Paper - 12
"
  DC-I Paper - 13
"
  DC-I Paper - 14
"
Semester -VII DC-I Paper - 15
"
  DC-I Paper - 16
"
  DC-I Paper - 17
"
Semester -VIII DC-I Paper - 18
"
  DC-I Paper - 19
"
  DC-I Paper - 20
"

 


 





Students will have to choose total 4 skill based subjects that will give practical knowledge which are called Applied Course (AC). The outcomes of these applied courses are very useful for producing well trained manpower on the one hand and getting employment or initiating for self-employment in the concerned subject area and allied areas on the other.

Semester-wise Schedule of Applied Courses (AC)

Semester Course no. Title
Semester -III AC Paper -01
As per the concerned Department syllabus
 
Semester -IV AC Paper - 02
"
Semester -V AC Paper - 03
"
Semester -VI AC Paper - 04
"

 

 




In the 4 Year Undergraduate Programme, students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking for additional knowledge and building their competencies outside their main subjects of study. These subjects are called Discipline Courses-II (DC-II). This offers a wide variety of courses as minor subjects those will help the students to learn about the national and global scenario of interdisciplinary mode and enhance their knowledge for getting employment or initiating for self-employment and allied areas.




Semester-wise Schedule of Discipline Courses - II (DC-II)

(DC-II Courses offered by the Department for students outside the Department)

 

Semester Course no. Title
Semester -III DCII Paper -01
As per the concerned Department syllabus
 
Semester -IV DCII Paper -02
"
Semester -V DCII Paper -03
"
Semester -VI DCII Paper -04
"
Semester -VII DCII Paper -05
"
Semester -VIII DCII Paper -06
"

 




The overall structure of the 4 Year Undergraduate Programme



Category No. of Courses
Diploma Bachelor Bachelor with Honours
Foundation Courses (FC) 11+1* 11+1* 11+1*(ALC)
Discipline Courses-I (DC-I) 8 14 20
Discipline Courses -II (DC-II) 2 4 6
Applied Courses(AC) 2 4 4
IMBH/CA(Cultural Activities include NCC, Sports, NSS, etc.) 4 6 8
TOTAL 28 40 50

* ALC- Applied Language Course.

Disclaimer: Ttypographical errors are subject to correction and structure may change as per the University rules..