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COURSE STRUCTURE




Compulsory Courses: These courses are the compulsory courses for all students of the programme concerned.
Major Courses: Major courses shall be chosen by the students. The Courses shall be optional and non-mandatory.
Non-Major Courses: Non-Major courses shall be chosen by the students, who do not opt for major courses.
Skill-based Courses: A skill based course shall be mandatory for all students pursuing General B.A. and B.Sc. Programmes. The colleges shall offer the Skill-based Courses as per their own infrastructure and human resource feasibility.

All B.A., B.Sc., B. Com. Programmes shall have the following components, viz.
Note on Skill-based Subjects/ Courses to be introduced in the Six Semester Degree B.A. and B.Sc. programmes of Dibrugarh University

Introduction of skill-based courses in the Six Semester Degree B.A. and B.Sc. programmes is a new concept of Dibrugarh University. These courses are proposed to be designed for the general B.A. and B.Sc. programmes, which shall be offered during the fifth and sixth semesters as compulsory subjects. The primary objective for introducing these courses are to provide knowledge and skills on certain specific areas, where a student can find their suitable professions in both employment or entrepreneurship sectors after being graduated. It is also expected that these courses shall be able to reduce the gap between the society’s expectation for empowered educated youth and knowledge-centric products of the University. As per the Dibrugarh University Regulations for the B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com. programmes in the Semester System, 2010, “A skill based course shall be mandatory for all students pursuing General B.A. and B.Sc. Programmes. The colleges shall offer the Skill-based Courses as per their own infrastructure and human resource feasibility.”

NATURE:

The University is of the view that the nature of the skill-based courses shall be mainly applied,practical or vocation-oriented. After doing these courses, students will get hands-on experience which will add on to their professional experience. While designing the skill based courses, the following points may come into consideration:
1. The courses designed are potential for developing professional skills or aptitude for entrepreneurship,
2. The colleges may think of industry-academia relationship while designing such courses,
3. The Courses should have at least 50% components for practical work,
4. The Courses may be designed on the basis of local priorities and potentials pertaining to the colleges,
5. The Courses may be developed from the various subjects imparted in the colleges, e.g. Entrepreneurship Development from Economics, Pre-primary & Primary School Teaching from Education, Eco & Historical Tourism from Life Sciences and History, Event Management from Management etc.

DESIGN OF THE COURSES:

The Skill-based subjects shall be offered in the fifth and sixth semester B.A. and B.Sc. programmes distributing in four and two courses respectively. For example, the following table may be perused:

Subject: Eco & Historical Tourism
B.A. B.Sc.
Semester Nature of Course Course No. Marks Semester Nature of Course Course No. Marks
III Thoery I 100 III Thoery I 100
III Project II 100 III - -
IV Thoery III 100 IV Project II 100
IV Practical IV 100 IV - -
1.The Boards of Studies of various subjects shall recommend Skill-based courses along with the syllabus,
2.The Colleges shall recommend Skill-based courses along with the draft of the syllabi, which shall be processed through the relevant Board of Studies,
3.The Committee for Introduction of Semester System under Dibrugarh University may also recommend skill-based courses along with the draft of the syllabi, which shall be processed through the relevant Board of Studies

MODE OF OPERATION:

There shall two lists of Skill-based courses as Annexure I (A) and Annexure I (B) for B.A. and B.Sc. Programmes respectively containing at least 20 subjects. The Colleges shall choose and offer at least 5 subjects from amongst it on the basis of their own infra-structure, faculty and other basic facilities.

CLASSES, INTERNAL ASSESSMENT AND PRACTICAL OR PROJECTS:

Classes including internal assessment, practical or project works shall be held as per other courses of the programme.

EXAMINATION & RESULT:

Examinations of both theory and practical/project courses shall be held like other University examinations conducted for the programme. The performance in these courses shall be reflected in the result of the candidates.

Course Structure of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Programme in the Semester System

The syllabus for each course should be divided into modules or units and qustions shall be set from each unit and students shall be required to answer questions in each unit. Unit-wise distribution of marks shall be shown in the syllabus.
The subjects mentioned below shall be offered in the Six Semester.

DEGREE PROGRAMMES:
Bachelor of Arts:  Compulsory Subjects:
(i) English
(ii) Modern Indian Language (M.I.L) (any one):
Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Nepali OR Alternative English (in lieu of M.I.L.)
(iii) Computer Skills/ Communication Skills (in lieu of Computer Skills)
(iv) Multi-disciplinary
(v) Environmental Studies
(vi) Skill based Courses (for General programme only)


Elective Subjects:
(i) Elective Language (Assamese/Bengali/Hindi) (ii) Sanskrit (iii)   History (iv) Economics (v) Education (vi)  Philosophy (vii) Political Science (viii)  Sociology (ix) Mathematics (x) Statistics (xi) Anthropology (xii) Geography (xiii) Home Science (xiv) Information Technology (xv) Computer Application

Skill Based Courses:

As prescribed in Annexure I (A). The detailed course structure for the Six Semester B.A. of General and Major Programmes is listed below:-

Bachelor of Science: Compulsory Subjects:
(i) English
(ii) Computer Skills
iii) Environmental Studies
iv) Skill based Courses (for General programme only)

Elective Courses:

(i) Physics (ii) Chemistry (iii)Botany (iv) Zoology (v) Anthropology (vi) Geology (vii) Geography (viii) Statistics      (ix) Mathematics (x) Economics (xi) Home Science (xii) Electronics (xiii) Computer Science (xiv) Information Technology (xx) Biotechnology

Skill Based Courses:
a) The detailed course structure for the Six Semester B.Sc. of General and Major Programmes is enclosed as Annexure III.
b) Bachelor of Commerce: The detailed course structure for the Six Semester B.Com of General and Major Programmes is enclosed as Annexure IV.

PREPARATION OF THE SYLLABI:

Preparation of the syllabi for the Skill-based subjects and courses shall be done by the Board of Studies relevant to the subjects, which shall be finally approved by the Under Graduate Board of the University. However, for convenience of preparing the drafts of the syllabi, steps mentioned below shall be followed:

COURSE-WISE NUMBER OFSEATS,SUBJECT COMBlNATION,MINIMUMQUALIFICATION:
A. Higher Secondary 'Course
Stream No.of Seat Minimum Qualification   Subiect offered Remark
Arts 150 45% in HSLC or Equivalent ( 40% for ST/SC) English, MIL
(Assamese/ Hindi/ Bengali)/ Alt. English
Economics, Education, History, Pol.Science,
Statistics, Adv. Assamese, Math, Swadesh Adbyayan
Apart from 3(Three) core subjects one
additional subject may be taken
Commerce 150 45% in HSLC or Equivalent ( 40% for ST/SC) English, MIL (Assamese/ Hindi/ Bengali)/ Alt. Eng., ACCY,BUST Economics SAAD, CMS/ Mathematics, Apart from l(One)
core subject one
additional subject may be taken
Science 60   45% in HSLC or Equivalent ( 40% for ST/SC)   English, MIL (Assamese/ Hindi/ Bengali)/ Alt. Eng. Physics, Chemistry,
Biology, Statistics
Mathematics,
Apart from 3(Three) core subjects one
additional subject may be taken

B . BA. . / B . Com . /B . Sc . Programmes
Stream Shift Minimum. Qualification Major/ Non-Major   Subject Offered with no. o/Seats
Arts Day HSSLC or Equivalent (Minimum 50% in the subject opted for
Honours)
Honours Assamese 60
Economics 40
Education 60
English 30
Historv 50
        Pol. Science 60
Commerce Day HSSLC or Equivalent (Minimum
50% in the subject opted for
Honours
Non-Honours
  60
60
Science Day 40 % in HSSLC or Equivalent
(Minimum 50% in the subject opted for Honours)
Honours Cherny 15
        Maths 20
        Physics 15
        Botany 15
        Zoology 15

"Students will be offered Honours Subjects on the basis of Merit and/or
"For Semester ID-VI under non-CBCS courses Environmental studies is compulsory

C. Professional Courses:
Course Subject No. of Seat Duration Eligibility criteria Contact person/Dept.
College Certificate and Diploma Courses (i) Certificate Course in Spoken English 30 6 months HSLC or Equiv.
Open for all streams
Dept. of English
(ii) Certificate course in Computer Application 30 6 months HSLC or Equiv. Open for all streams Dept. of Computer Science
(iii) Certificate Course in Beauty Parlouring (For Girls' students) 30 6 months HSLC or Equiv. Open for all streams   Mrs. Gayatri Medhi Mahanta, Coordinator
(iv) Certificate Course in Cutting, Tailoring & Embroidery (For
Girls' students)
30 6 months HSLC or Equiv. Open for all streams  
(v) Certificate Course in Motor Driving (With academic and
Technical support from NETAI)
30 3 months HSLC or Equiv. Open for all streams Mr. Ratul Gogoi, Dept. of Physics
UGC sponsored Career Oriented Courses under Community Development through Polytechnic (CDTP) Course Diploma in Desk Top Publishing (DTP) Publishing (DTP) 30 12 months HSSLC or Equiv. Open for all streams Mrs. Swapna Deka, Dept. of Mathematics
Certificate Courses in Desk Top Publishing (DTP) 30 6 months HSLC or Equiv. Open for aII streams

Sem Core Course (14 of 6 credits each) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (3 courses of 2 credits each) Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)
(2 courses of 2 credits each)
Elective: Discipline Specific DSE (4 courses of 6 credits each) Elective:
Generic(GE)
(4 courses of 6 credits each)
I C1 (6C)
C2 (6C)
AECCI Communicative English (2 C)
AECC2 MIL/ Comm. Hindi/ Alt. English (2C)
GE- 1(6C)
II C3 (6C)
C4 (6C)
AECC 3 Environmental
Science (2C)
GE-2(6C)
III C5(6C)
C6(6C)
C7(6C)
SEC-I. I (2C) GE-3(6C)
IV C8(6C)
C9(6C)
C10(6C)
SEC-2.1 (2C) GE-4(6C)
V C11(6C)
C12(6C)
DSE-1 (6C)
DSE-2(6C)
VI C13(6C)
C14(6C)
  DSE-3(6C)
DSE-4(6C)
   

B. Semester-Wise Course Structure in B.A./B.Com. 1 on-Honours under CBCS
Sem Core Course (12 Courses of 6 Credits each ) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
(1 course of 4 credits and 1 course of 2 credits)
Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) ( 4 courses of 2 credits each) Discipline Specific Elective DSE
(4 courses of6 credits each)
Generic 
Elective:(GE)
(4 courses of 6 credits each)
I General English 1.1
DSC-IA
DSC- 2A
Multi-disciplinary Course (4C)  
II Comm. English- 1.2
DSC-1B
DSC- 2B
Environmental Science (2C)  
III Comm Hindi/MIU Alt Eng. 1. 1
DSC-1C
DSC- 2C
SEC-I.I (2C)  
IV Comm. Hindi/MIU Alt. Eng. 1.2
DSC- ID
DSC-2 D
SEC-2.1(2C)  
V   SEC-I .2(2C)
DSE-1 A(6C)
DSE-2A(6C)
GE-1(6C)
VI     SEC-2.2(2C)
DSE-1 B (6C)
DSE-2 B (6C)
GE-2(6C)

Subject Code Name Of Subject Subject Code Name Of Subject
AECC Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course SEC Skill Enhancement Course
DSC Discipline Specific Course (Core Course) DSE Discipline Specific Elective
GE Generic Elective CRW Creative Writing
TTM Travel & Tourism Management END Entrepreneurship Development
DTP Desk Top Publishing HR Human Rights
VC Venni Compost TEL Teaching in Elementary Level

C. Semester-wise Course Structure of B.Sc. Non-Honours Under CBCS
Semester Core Course (12 Courses of6 Credits each) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
(3 courses of 2 credits)
Skill Enhancement Course(SEC) (4 courses of 2 credits) Discipline Specific Elective DSE (6 courses of 6 credits)
I DSC- I A(6C)
DSC- 2 A(6C)
DSC- 3 A(6C)
AECC 1 : Comm. English (2C)
AECC 2 : Comm. Hindi/MIL/
Alternative English (2C)
II DSC- I B(6C)
DSC- 2 B(6C)
DSC- 3 B(6C)
AECC 3 : Environmental Science/ Studies (2C)
III DSC- l C(6C)
DSC- 2 C(6C)
DSC- 3 C(6C)
SEC- I. I (2C)
IV DSC- I D(6C)
DSC- 2 D(6C)
DSC-3 D(6C)
SEC-2.1 (2C)
V SEC-1.2(2C) DSE-1 A (6C)
DSE-2A(6C)
DSE-3 A(6C)
VI     SEC-2.2(2C) DSE-1 B (6C)
DSE-2 B(6C)
DSE-3 B(6C)

D. Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.Com. (Non- Honours) Under CBCS
Semester Course Course Code Title Credit Remarks
I Core


AECC
CG 101
CG 102
CG 103
AEG 101
Financial Accounting
Business Organisation and Management
English Language
Environmental Studies
6
6
6
2
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
      Total Credit 20
II   Core


AEC
CG 201
CG 202
CG 203
AEG 202
Business Law
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Modern Indian Language
Language: English/Hindi/ Assamese etc.
6
6
6
2
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Total Credit 20
III Core


SEC
CG 307
CG 308
CG 309
SEG 301
Company Law
Income Tax Law and Practice
MIL
Computer Applications in Business
6
6
6
4
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Total Credit 22
IV Core


SEC
CG 410
CG 411
CG 412
SEG 402
Business Communication
Corporate Accounting
Cost Accounting
E-Commerce
6
6
6
4
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
      Total Credit 22  
V DSE

SEC
Generic
DSG 501
DSG 502
SEG 503
GEC 501
Group-A: Principle of Marketing
Group-B: Indirect Tax Laws
Entrepreneurship
Principles of Micro Economics
6
6
4
6
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
      Total Credit 22  
VI DSE

SEC
Generic
DSG 603
DSG 604
SEG 604
GEC 602
Group-C : Corporate Tax Planning or Management Accounting
Group-D International Business or Office Management and Secretarial Practice
Personal Selling and Salesmanship
lndian Economy
6
6
4
6
Compulsory (any one)
Compulsory (any one)
Compulsory
Compulsory
        Total Credit 22  
      Grand Total of Credits 128  

E. Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.Com. (Honours) under CBCS
Semester Course Course Code Title Credit Remarks
I Core

GE
AECC
C 101
C 102
G 101
AE 101
Financial Accounting
Business Law
Micro Economics
Environmental Studies
6
6
6
2
Compulsory

Compulsory
Compulsory
    Total Credit 22
II Core

GE
AECC
C203
C204
G202
AE202
Corporate Accounting
Corporate Law
Macro Economics
Business Communication
6
6
6
2
Compulsory

Compulsory
Compulsory
    Total Credit 22
III Core


GE
SEC
C 305
C 306
C 307
G 303
SE302
Human Resource Management
Income Tax Law and Practice
Management Principles and Application.
Business Statistics
E-Commerce
6
6
6
6
4
Compulsory


Compulsory
Compulsory
  Total Credit 28
IV Core C408
C409
C410
G404
SE403
Cost Accounting
Business Mathematics
Computer Application in Business
Indian Economy
Entrepreneurship
6
6
6
6
4
Compulsory


Compulsory
Compulsory
      Total Credit 28  
V Core

Discipline
Specific
Elective
C 511
C 512
D 501
D 502
Principles of Marketing
Fundamentals of Financial Management
Group-A
a) Management Accounting
b) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
c) Service Marketing
d) Financial Markets. Institutions and Financial Services
6
6
6
6
Compulsory

Student shall choose any two courses from group-A
      Total Credit 24  
VI Core

Discipline
Specific
C613
C614
D603
D604
Auditing and Corporate Governance
Indirect Tax Law
Group-B
a) Business Tax Procedures and Management
b) International Business
c) Industrial Relations and Labour Laws
d) Business Research Methods and Proiect Work
6
6
6
6
Compulsory
Compulsory
Students shall have to opt for any two courses from Group-B
        Total Credit 24  
      Grand Total 144  

F. Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.A. Honours under CBCS
Course Course-wise subject offered Remark Credit
Core Course Assamese, English, Economics, Education, History, Pol. Science Choose any one as the Core course (Honours course) 14x6=84
AECC Comm. English,
MIL/Comm. Hindi/ Alt. English
Environmental Science
Compulsory in Semester I 2+2=4

2
SEC CRW, TIM, END, DTP,
HR, VC, TEL
Choose any one as SEC in Semester Ill & IV 2+2=4
DSE DSE-J, DSE-2 (Two Special Papers related to Honours)

DSE-3, DSE-4(Two Special Papers related to Honours)
Compulsory in Semester V

Compulsory in Semester VI
6 + 6 = 12

6 + 6 = 12
GE Economics, Education, History, Pol. Science Choose any one as the GE course other than Honours in Semester I, U, III, IV 6 x4=24
Total Credit 142

G. Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.A.
Non-Honours under CBCS
Course Course-wise subject offered Remark Credit
Core course General English
Comm. English
MIL/Comm. Hindi/ Alt. English 1. 1 and 1.2
DSC- Economics, Education, History, Pol. Science
Compulsory in Semester I
Compulsory in Semester II
Compulsory in Semester Ill and IV
Choose any Two subjects as DSC 1 A and DSC 2A in
Sem- I, DSC I B and DSC 2B in
Sem- II, DSC IC and DSC 2C in
Sem- ITT, DSC ID and DSC 2D in Sem-IV
6
6
6+6=12
6x8=48
AECC Multi-disciplinary course,
Environmental Science
Compulsory in Semester I
Compulsory in Semester ll
4
2
SEC CRW, TIM, END, DTP, HR, VC, TEL Choose any Two as SEC in Semester Ill, IV, V, VI 2x4= 8
DSE DSE-lA, DSE-2A
DSE-1B, DSE-2B
Compulsory in Semester V (Special papers related to DSCIA, DSC 2 A
Compulsory in Semester VI (Special papers related to DSCl B, DSC 2 B
6+6=12
6+6=12
GE Economics, Education, History, Pol. Science Choose any one as the GE course other than DSC in Semester V and Semester VI 6+6=12
Total Credit 122

H. Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.SC
Honours under CBCS
Course Course-wise subject offered Remark Credit
Core course Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botanv. Zoology
choose any one as the Core course (Honours course) 14 X 6 =84
AECC Comm. English,
MIL/Comm. Hindi/ Alt. English
Environmental Science
Compulsory in Semester I

Compulsory in Semester II
2
2
2
SEC CRW, ITM, END, DTP,
HR. VC. TEL
Choose any one as SEC in Semester III & IV 2+2=4
DSE DSE-1, DSE-2(Two Special Papers related to Honours)
DSE-3, DSE-4(Two Special Paper related to Honours)
Compulsory in Semester V
Compulsory in Semester VI
6 + 6 = 12
6 + 6 = 12
GE Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics,
Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
Choose any one as the GE course other than Honours in Semester I II III IV
Choose any one as the GE course other than Honours in Semester I II III. IV
6 X 4 = 24
Total Credit 142

I.Course-wise subjects offered in different courses in B.SC.
Non-Honours under CBCS
Course Course-wise subject offered Remark Credit
Core course Gr. A -Physics, Chemistry, Maths
Gr. B -Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
Choose either Gr. A or Gr. B as Core course DSC-I, DSC-2, DSC-3 in Semester I, II, Ill,
IV
(6x3) X 4 = 72
AECC Comm. English,
MIL/Comm. Hindi/ Alt. English
Environmental Science
Compulsory in Semester l

Compulsory in Semester II
2

2
SEC CRW, TTM, END, DTP,
HR, VC, TEL
Choose any two as SEC I and SEC 2 in
Semester III(SECl.l), Sem-JV(SEC 2.1) and Sem-V (SEC 1.2), Sem-Vl (SEC 2.2)
2x4=8
DSE DSE-IA, DSE-2A, DSE-3A

DSE-1 B, DSE-28, DSE-38
Compulsory in Sem -V (Special papers related to DSCIA, DSC 2A, DSC 3A)

Compulsory in Semester VI
(Special papers related to DSC 1 B, DSC 2B, DSC3B)
6x3 = 18

6x3 = 18
Total Credit 122


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