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Programmes Offered

A. General Programme

  1. Three-year Degree Programme (Only Major) in Arts, Science and Commerce.(Semester System)
  2. Two-year P.G. Programme in Geography, Philosophy, Assamese, Political Science and Commerce. (Semester System)

B. Skill-based Professional Courses

  • One year Post-graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA).
  • Three-year Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA).
  • Two months Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) training sponsored by DOEACC. Short term Courses on Computer Basics at regular intervals.
    *Details in Prospectus of Computer Science Department.

C. UGC Sponsored Career Oriented Courses :

  • Composite Pisciculture & Ornamental Fishing (one year duration).
  • Computer Hardware and maintenance (one year duration).
  • Understanding Film Studies and Digital Film Making (To be introduced from 2015-16 session) (Subject to the sanction of grant by UGC)
  • Tourism and Travel Management

D. Special CPT Course :
Students who have appeared the 10th class final examination conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India may register for CPT (Common Proficiency Test) for Chartered Accountancy Course. Students of all streams (Arts, Commerce, Science) are eligible for this course organized by the Commerce Department, J.B. College.

E. Tally Certificate Course :
Students who have appeared the 10th class final examination conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India may register for Tally certificate course Students of all streams (Arts, Commerce, Science) are eligible for this course organized by the Commerce Department, J.B. College.

F. Courses under Distance Education:

  1. Degree, Diploma and certificate courses in various subjects under IGNOU are being offered since the session of 2008-09. (for details please contact Dr Jibon Saikia, course Coordinator).
  2. Degree(including BCA), Diploma and Certificate Courses in various subjects under K K Handique State Open University (for details please contact Dr. Sumitra Purakayastha, course coordinator).
  3. Two-year P.G. Courses in Assamese, Economics, History, Mathematics, Political Science and Sociology under Distance Education Scheme of Dibrugarh University (for details please contact Dr. Bishnu Prasad. Sarmah, course coordinator).

 

Seat Capacity for Different Degree Programmes :

Programme
Capacity
Duration
TDC Arts (Major)
460 6 - semesters
TDC Science (Major)
330 6 - semesters
TDC Commerce (Major)
180 6 - semesters
BCA
40 6 - semesters
PG Geography
30 4 - semesters
PG Plosophyhi
30 4 - semesters

 

Seat Capacity for Professional Certificate Cources:

Programme
Capacity
Duration
PGDCA
30 1 year
DOEACCITES
20 2 months
PC Hardware and Networking
30 1 year
omposite Pisciculture &
Ornamental Fishing
30 1 year
Computer Hardware and
Maintenance
30 1 year
Understanding Film Studies and
Digital Film Making
30 (To be decided)
Tourism & Travel Management
30 (To be decided)

 

Eligibility of entry into Degree Programme :

The minimum aggregate mark for entry into these courses is 45% in 10+2 Examination with 5% relaxation for certain reserve categories as per Govt. rules.

 

Medium of Instruction :

Medium of instruction is both English and Assamese

 


B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. SEMSTER COURSE
(SEMESTER SYSTEM UNDER DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY)
Academic Session : 2015 - 2016

Semester System is an innovative approach to teaching-learning process, an educational culture, a studentfriendly system, which require a new mindset in the part of the learners as well as the facilitators of learning.

The UGC vide its circular No. D.O. No. F.I-2/2008 dated March 2009 under the new initiatives for academic reforms under XI plan that the Universities shall have to take necessary action in order to introduce the Semester System at the under graduate level by 2012.

As recommended by the 103 Meeting of the Under Graduate Board, Dibrugarh University held on 19.08.2010,
the 95 Meeting of the Academic Council, Dibrugarh University held on 09.09.2010, vide Resolution No. 9 has approved the Dibrugarh University Regulation for BA/B.Sc./B.Com Programmes in the Semester System, 2010. This has come into effect from 2011-2012 Academic Session. The Semester Programme is of three years duration distributed in six semesters.

Classifications :
* 1st, 3rd and 5th Semesters : ODD SEMESTER (June 15 - Nov. 30)
* 2nd, 4th and 6th Semesters : EVEN SEMESTER (Jan. 01 - June 30)

Admission Notice and Criteria :
Newspaper Notice inviting applications for admission into the different programmes shall be issued by the Principals of the colleges/institutes as per the Academic Calendar of the University. The admission criteria shall be fixed by the Academic Council from time to time whenever necessary. The college/ institutes may also adopt their own policy for admission or selection of eligible candidates for admission complying with the eligibility criteria prescribed by the University.

Structure of Courses of the Programmes :
All B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com. Programmes shall have the following components :

  1. Compulsory Courses : These courses are the compulsory courses for all students of the programme
    concerned.
  2. Major Courses : Major courses shall be optional and non-mandatory. Major courses shall be chosen by the
    students.
  3. Non-Major Courses : Non-Major courses shall be chosen by the students who do not opt for Major coures.
  4. Skill-based Courses : A skilled based course shall be mandatory for all students pursuing GENERAL BA and BSc programme

 



Subjects Offered:

The subjects mentioned below shall be offered in the Six Semester Degree Major Programmes:

(a)        BACHELOR OF ARTS:

Compulsory Subjects:         (i)       English                         
                                                  (ii)      Modern Indian Language (M.I.L)
                                                            (Any one of the following)                 

                                                            Assamese / Bengali / Hindi
                                                            or Alternative English (in lieu of M.I.L.)


** In the semester system, it is mandatory for students to take up certain courses as specified by Dibrugarh University. Details are given in the course structure.

Elective Subjects:     (i)     Elective Language (Assamese/Hindi)   
                                      (ii)    Sanskrit                                           (vi)  Political Science 
                                      (iii)   History                                             (vii) Mathematics
                                      (iv)   Economics                                     (viii) Statistics
                                      (v)    Philosophy                                     (ix)  Geography 

Course Structure for Bachelor of Arts Major programme :

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER I

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Compulsory

English (I)

100

Compulsory

English (II)

100

Compulsory

MIL (I)

100

Compulsory

MIL (II)                                                      MIL (II)

100

Non-Major

Non-Major I (Course I)

100

Non-Major

Non Major (Course II)

100

Major

Major (Course I)

100

Major

Major (Course II)

100

Total

 

400

Total

 

400

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER IV

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Compulsory

Computer Skills/ Communicative Skills

100

Compulsory

Multi-disciplinary

100

Compulsory

Major (Course III)

100

Compulsory

Non-Major (Course IV)

100

Major

Major (Course III)

100

Major

Major (Course V)

100

Major

Major (Course IV)

100

Major

Major (Course VI)

100

 

 

 

Compulsory

Env. Studies

*

Total

 

400

Total

 

400

 SEMESTER V

 SEMESTER VI

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Major

Major (Course VII)

100

Major

Major (Course XI)

100

Major

Major (Course V III)

100

Major

Major (Course XII)

100

Major

Major (Course IX)

100

Major

Major (Course XIII)

100

Major

Major (Course X)

100

Major

Major (Course XIV)

100

 

 

400

 

 

400

 

(a)        BACHELOR OF SCIENCE:

Compulsory Subjects:         (i)     English                         
                                                  (ii)    Computer Skill (2nd semester only)                         
                                                  (ii)    Environmental Studies (4th semester)

Elective Subjects:     (i)   Physics                                (vii)  Statistics  
                                      (ii)   Chemistry                          (viii)  Mathematics 
                                      (iii)   Botany                                  (ix) Economics
                                      (iv)   Zoology                                 (x) Electronics
                                     (v)   Geology                                 (xi) Computer Science
                                      (vi)   Geography                         (xii) Biotechnology

Course Structure for Bachelor of Science Major programme :

 

SEMESTER I

SEMESTER I

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Compulsory

English (I)

100

Compulsory

Computer Skill

100

Compulsory

Non-Major I (Course I)

100

Non-Major

Non Major I (Course II)

100

Non-Major

Non-Major II(Course I)

100

Non-Major

Non Major (Course II)

100

Major

Major (Course I)

100

Major

Major (Course II)

100

Total

 

400

Total

 

400

SEMESTER III

SEMESTER IV

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Non-Major

Non-Major I Theory (Course III)

60

Non-Major

Non-Major I Theory (Course V)

60

Non-Major

Non-Major I Practical (Course IV)

40

Non-Major

Non-Major I Practical (Course VI)

40

Non-Major

Non-Major II Theory(Course III)

60

Non-Major

Non-Major II Theory (Course V)

60

Non-Major

Non-Major II Practical (Course III)

40

Non-Major

Non-Major II Practical (Course VI)

40

Major

Major Theory (Course III)

60

Major

Major Theory (Course VII)

60

Major

Major Practical (Course IV)

40

Major

Major Practical (Course VIII)

40

Major

Major Theory (Course V)

60

Major

Major Theory (Course IX)

60

Major

Major (Course VI)

40

Major

Major (Course X)

40

 

 

 

Compulsory

Env. Studies

*

 

Total

400

 

Total

400

 

SEMESTER V

SEMESTER VI

Type

Title

Total Marks

Type

Title

Total Marks

Major

Major Theory (Course XI)
Practical  (Course XII)

60
40

 

Major Theory (Course XIX)
Major Practical (Course XX)

60
40

Major

Major Theory (Course XIII)
 Practical (Course XIV)

60
40

 

Major Theory (Course XXI)
Major Practical (Course XXII)

60
40

Major

Major Theory (Course XV)
Major Practical (Course XVI)                      

60
40

 

Major Theory (Course XXIII)
Major Practical (Course XXIV)

60
40

Major

Major Theory (Course XVII)
Practical (Course XVIII)

60
40

 

Major Theory (Course XXV)
Major Practical (Course XXVI)

60
40

 

Total

400                                                         400

 

Total

400                                                         400

Notes:
(i) In case of major/ non-major courses not having practical components, the total marks of the courses shall be of 100.
(i) The Theory and Practical courses of a particular subject shall be separate and independent.(ii) The Theory and Practical courses of a particular subject shall be separate and independent.
(ii) The allocation of marks for the practical components in all subjects may not be exactly 40% of the total marks of the course. However, such allocations shall be complied with the main course structure of the
programme.

 

Course Structure of Bachelor of Commerce Programme:

SEMESTER -I


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

101

Business Communication-I

Business Communication-I

Business Communication-I

102

Business Regulatory Framework

Business Regulatory Framework

Business Regulatory Framework

103

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

104

Business Environment

Business Environment

Business Environment

Total Marks

400

400

400

SEMESTER -II


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

201

Business Communication-II

Business Communication-II

Business Communication-II

202

Business Economics

Business Economics

Business Economics

203

Corporate Accounting

Corporate Accounting

Corporate Accounting

204

Principles of Business Management

Principles of Business Management

Principles of Business Management

Total Marks

400

400

400

                      SEMESTER -III


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

301

Advanced Financial Accounting

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Marketing

302

Financial Management

Financial Management

Financial Management

303

Business Statistics

Business Statistics

Business Statistics

304

IT & Its Applications

IT & Its Applications

IT & Its Applications

Total Marks

400

400

400


SEMESTER -IV


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

401

Cost Accounting

Cost Accounting

Cost Accounting

402

Company Law

Company Law

Company Law

403

Auditing

Service Marketing         

HRM

404

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management        

Consumer Behaviour 

Industrial Relations

Total Marks

400

400

400

 

* There shall be a compulsory course on Environmental Studies of 100 marks, which shall be evaluated in grades.


SEMESTER -V


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

501

Public Finance/ Mathematics

Public Finance/ Mathematics

Public Finance/ Mathematics

502

Entrepreneurship Development

Entrepreneurship Development

Entrepreneurship Development

503

Management Accounting

Personal Selling

Global HRM

504

Direct Tax-I

Retail Management

Human Resource Development

Total Marks

400

400

400

SEMESTER -VI


Course No.

Accounting & Finance

Marketing

Human Resource Management

601

Direct Tax-II

International Marketing

Labour & Industrial Law

602

Financial Statement  Analysis

Advertising & Sales Promotion

Trade Unionism

603

Indian Financial System

Rural Marketing

Compensation Management

604

Project Work        

Project Work        

Project Work        

Total Marks

400

400

400

* Each paper under the semester is of 100 marks of which 20 marks is for    Internal Assessment and in case of paper 604: Project Work 80 marks is for Dissertation and 20 Marks for Viva-Voce.
*The marks of Environmental Studies 405 has not been shown in the above statement.