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COURSES OFFERED & NO. OF SEATS

 


All the Undergraduate Degree Courses shall be taught in Semester Mode in the Academic session 2011-2012.*
*However, the students admitted in the Annual Mode will be taught in the Annual Mode.

COURSES OFFERED

 

Under Graduate Courses

No. of  Seats

1.

Commerce

 

 

B. Com (Hons.)

123

2.

Humanities & Social Science

 

 

B.A. (Prog.)

185

 

B.A. (Hons.) English

46

 

B.A. (Hons.) Economics

46

 

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi

46

 

B.A. (Hons.) History

46

 

B.A. (Hons.) Political Science

46

 

B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit

46

3.

Science

 

 

B.Sc. Physical Sciences*

123

 

B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences (Industrial Chemistry)

31

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry

62

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics

31

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics

62

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics

62 **

     

4.

Post Graduate Courses

 

 

M.A. (English)

14

 

M.A. (Hindi)

14

 

M.A. (History)

14

 

M.Com.

20

* B. Sc Physical Sciences is offered in the following combinations: Chemistry, Electronics and Computer Science.
** A total number of 31 students from Science Stream & 31 students from Arts & Commerce Stream would be admitted.

Medium of Instruction:

Students may opt for English or Hindi medium in B.A. (Programme), B.Com (Hons.) and B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science and History. The medium of instruction is English in B.A. (Hons.) in Economics, B.Sc. (Hons.) in Electronics, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry and B.Sc. (Physical Sciences and Applied Physical Sciences). The University, however, allows students the option to take examination in B.Sc. (Physical Sciences and Applied Physical Sciences) in Hindi medium.

B.A. (Programme)

All the Undergraduate Degree Courses shall be taught in Semester Mode in the Academic session 2011-2012.*
*However, the students admitted in the Annual Mode will be taught in the Annual Mode.

The erstwhile B.A. Pass Course has been changed and restructured into a new B.A. Programme, which is interdisciplinary in scope and nature. This programme aims to give a holistic and comprehensive idea of different subjects and disciplines in Humanities and Social Sciences. It shall comprise four categories of courses, viz. Language Courses, Discipline Courses, Foundation Courses and Application Courses.*


*All papers shall carry 100 marks each (Theory=75, Internal Assessment=25).

The existing criteria for opting for the papers shall remain unchanged. 
(a) Language courses: Courses to enhance linguistic skills and literary sensibilities in students.
(b) Discipline courses: Courses that give the basics of the disciplines, while at the same time introducing the student to the recent developments in the field of study.

 (c) Foundation courses: Courses to help the students learn certain basic things about pursuit of knowledge, such as economic, social, cultural and political environment and major contemporary concerns.
(d) Application courses: Courses to provide practical skills and additional competencies to better equip the student but for which students do not have to go outside the University system.

Structure:
There shall be a total of 24 courses over a period of Six Semesters (3 years) with 4 courses taught and examined every year. The number of credits for a course shall be defined in terms of a specified teaching time.

Additional courses or modules may be taken by a student beyond the stipulated requirements, both as audited courses or courses for which special certificates may be given after the student has taken the examinations.

The 24 courses shall have the following distribution over the three-year period, with four courses eachSemester.

Course Category

Number of Courses

I Year
(I & II Sem)

II Year
(III & IV Sem)

III Year
(V & VI Sem)

Discipline Courses (in 2 Disciplines)

12

2+2

2+2

2+2

Language Courses (in 2 Languages)

8

2+2

1+1

1+1

Foundation Courses

2

-

1+1

-

Application Courses

2

-

-

1+1

Total

24

8

8

8

The college shall offer the following: Language, Discipline, Foundation, and Application courses. Details of the options and combinations are available with the Subject Teacher-in- Charge (s) or please refer to the DU website: www.du.ac.in.  

B.COM. (Honours) and B.A. (Honours)**
All the Undergraduate Degree Courses shall be taught in Semester Mode in the Academic session 2011-2012.*
**However, the students admitted in the Annual Mode will be taught in the Annual Mode.

The B. Com (Hons.) Programme and B.A. (Honours) Programme in Social Science and Humanities have been restructured according to the Semester mode in keeping with the University order vide Circular No.: SPA/R/2011/ dated May 9, 2011.


COURSES AVAILABLE

  1. B. Com. (Hons.)
  2. B.A. (Hons.) Economics
  3. B.A. (Hons.)English
  4.  B.A. (Hons.) Hindi
  5. B.A. (Hons.) History
  6. B.A. (Hons.) Political Science
  7. B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit

The course structure & syllabus of different courses may undergo changes with the implementation of the semester system. Kindly contact the Teacher In -charge of the respective departments for updated information or visit the University of Delhi website: www.du.ac.in for details of the revised syllabus.
**The Semester-wise Structure of B. A. (Hons.) Programme has not been notified by the University. For further information refer to the University website: www.du.ac.in.

B.Sc. (Hons.), B.Sc. (Prog.)
All the Undergraduate Degree Courses shall be taught in Semester Mode in the Academic session 2011-2012.*
*However, the students admitted in the Annual Mode will be taught in the Annual Mode.

 

COURSES AVAILABLE

  1. B.Sc. Physical Sciences
  2. B. Sc. Applied Physical Sciences
  3. B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry
  4. B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics
  5. B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics
  6. B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics

The course structure & syllabus of different courses may undergo changes with the implementation of the semester system. Kindly contact the Teacher In -charge of the respective departments for updated information or visit the University of Delhi website: www.du.ac.in for details of the revised syllabus.

POST GRADUATE COURSES
Students who wish to join Post Graduate Courses must submit their applications to the college on the prescribed form after their registration in the University on the dates to be notified by the University of Delhi. The names of candidates accepted for admission to M.A. will appear in the list to be notified by the university. M.A. students are expected to attend tutorials in the college and lectures in the respective colleges.

Total Number of Seats:
M. A. (English): 14
M.A. (Hindi): 14
M.A. (History): 14
M. Com.: 20