Three year Degree Courses (T.D.C.)

In three year degree courses (T.D.C.) (consists of 6 semesters) the college offers the following subjects :

Sl NoSubjectSubject CodeNo. of seats (Major)No. of seats (General)
1a. English (Arts)

b. English (Sc.)

ENG

GFE

500

200

2English (Major).ESL35
3MIL(As) (Arts)ASM500
4PhysicsPHY30100
5ChemistryCHM30150
6MathematicsMAT40150
7ZoologyZOO40100
8BotanyBOT40100
9GeographyGGY40150
10StatisticsSTS2550
11Bio-technologyBioTechNot offered30
12EconomicsECO40150
13a. Elective Assamese

b. Assamese (Major)

ASL

ASL

 

70

150
14SanskritSNS50100
15PhilosophyPHL70150
16Political SciencePSC70150
17HistoryHIS40150
18EducationEDN20300
19Mass CommunicationBMC Not offered30
20Tourism & Travel ManagementTTMNot offered30
21CommerceCOM Not offered100

No Other MIL is permitted by G.U. Such students will have to study Alt. Eng. in lieu of MIL.

As a part of the changing perceptions and dynamics of education, Gauhati University introduced the semester system w.e.f. the academic session 2011-12 with new syllabi and curricula. The TDC course shall be of six semesters covering three calendar years Accordingly 1st and 2nd Semester constitute TDC 1st year course, 3rd and 4th semester constitute TDC 2nd year course while 5th and 6th semester constitute TDC 3rd year course. The 1st, 3rd and 5th semester end examinations commences from November to December while 2nd, 4th and 6th semester end examinations are held in the month of May & June every year. This is a student-friendly system and the system is expected to give our learners a competitive edge in the global scenario.


 Degree Science (three year) : Total No. of Seats is 350

(a) English is compulsory for all.

(b) In the admission form the student will have to indicate in order of preference two major subjects to his/her choice (along with subsidiary subjects from the combinations below) out of which major in one will be allowed according to the decision of the department concerned.

(c) Combination of Subjects in Major Course :

Major Subjects Subsidiary Subjects
PhysicsMathematics, Chemistry/Statistics/Geography
ChemistryPhysics, Mathematics
Mathematics

(With computer programming)

(Physics, Chemistry)/(Physics,Statistics)/(Economics, Statistics)
ZoologyBotany, Chemistry
BotanyChemistry, Zoology
Geography(Physics, Mathematics)/(Mathematics, Statistics)(Botonay, Zoology,Chemistry)
Economics

(With computer application)

Mathematics, Statistics
StatisticsMathematics, Physics/Geography/Economics

For General Courses, a student may offer one of the following combination of elective subjects :

  • Economics, Mathematics, Statistics
  • Physics, Mathematics, Statistics
  • Physics, Mathematics, Geography
  • Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
  • Mathematics, Statistics, Geography
  • Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
  • Mathematics, Chemistry, Botany
  • Botany, Zoology, Geography
  • Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography
  • Botany, Zoology, TTM
  • Botany, Geography, TTM
  • Zoology, Geography, TTM

Degree Arts (three year) : Total No. of Seats 550

Admission to TDC (Arts) Semester Course will be held in any one of the following two options.

Option A: Regular Teaching Mode : This requires at least 75% attendance in classes and one or two mandatory sessional examinations of 20/15/10 marks per subject/paper or its multiple.

Option B: Distance Learning Mode (without major) under IDOL, G.U. : There is no mandatory requirement for attending classes in this form of educational structure and it shall comprise of one or two home assignments instead of sessional examinations of 20/15/10 marks per subject/paper or its multiple. Subjects offered are ENG,MIL(As), PSc/Edn and Phil/El.As.

Students will be provided study materials (books) and they are to sit for the final (end semester) examination (by studying at home) along with the students of Regular Teaching Mode (Option A). There is also provision for counseling on subjects at the Bajali College premises every Sunday, if and when, more than 20 (twenty) students place a formal request. Prospectus and Admission Form will be supplied by IDOL, G.U. to the college during the admission schedule. Admission fee per semester will be Rs.2000.00 (Rupees two thousand) only. For 1st Semester, Registration Fee of Rs.350/-(Rupees three hundred fifty) only will be charged extra. For regular teaching mode: English and MIL or Alt. English are compulsory for all. The college offers facility for Assamese MIL only.

A student can offer two subjects, selecting not more than one from any of the following groups

  • Economics/Sanskrit/English (Major)/Elective English Political
  • Science/Statistics/Education/TTM
  • Philosophy/Elective Assamese/Geography/Assamese (Major)
  • History/Mathematics

One of these two subjects may be read as a major subject. The students will have to indicate, in order of preference, two major subjects of his/her interest from the above list out of which major in one will be allowed as per merit and the decision of the concerned department . A student offering English major will have to offer only one elective (general) subject.

N.B.:

  • The vocational subject “Tourism & Travel Management” (TTM) may be offered only with History/Geography/ Economics as a general combination.
  • B.Sc. students may offer the combination Economics, Mathematics, Statistics only when they pass in Mathematics of H.S. or equivalent examination.
  • A student offering Physics Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany or Zoology must pass the H.S. Examination in the concerned subjects.
  • Students who have not passed in Mathematics and Physics in H.S. examination shall not be allowed to take courses in Physics (M&G) and Chemistry (Major). Students who have not passed in the Mathematics in H.S. Examination will not be allowed to take courses in Statistics (M&G). Mathematics is compulsory for the students offering Statistics. (V) A student offering Botany (Major) or Zoology (Major) must pass in Biology and Chemistry of the H.S. Examination.

Course structure for B.A./B.Sc.. First and Second Semesters

B.A./B.Sc. Subjects (Semester-I)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper I- 100 marks
  • Major Paper II- 100 marks
  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 75 marks
  • English Paper I – 50 marks

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 3rd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 75 marks
  • English Paper I – 50 marks

B.A./B.Sc. Subjects (Semester-II)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper III- 100 marks
  • Major Paper IV- 100 marks
  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 75 marks
  • English Paper II – 50 marks

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • 3rd Elective (Gen) – 75 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 75 marks
  • English Paper II – 50 marks

Students offering English (Major) are not allowed to offer Alternative English. They have to offer MIL (As) or a 2nd Elective Subject.

Students offering Assamese (Major are not allowed to offer MIL (As). They have to offer a 2nd Elective Subject.

Course structure for B.A./B.Sc.. Third and Fourth Semesters

B.A / BSc. Subjects (Semester –III)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper I – 100 marks
  • Major Paper II – 100 marks
  • marks 1st Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) –100 marks
  • Or MIL / Alt.Eng.- 100 marks
  • Env. Study – 50 marks

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 3rd Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 100 marks
  • Env. Study – 50 marks

B.A / BSc. Subjects (Semester –IV)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper III- 100 marks
  • Major Paper IV- 100 marks
  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 100
  • Env. Study – 50 marks

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • 3rd Elective (Gen) – 100 marks
  • Or MIL/Alt.Eng. – 100 marks
  • Env. Study – 50 marks

Course structure for B.A. / B.Sc. Fifth and Sixth Semesters

B.A / BSc. Subjects (Semester –V)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper I – 75 marks
  • Major Paper II – 75 marks
  • Major Paper III – 75 marks
  • Major Paper IV – 75 marks
  • Major Paper V – 75 marks (Or, Practical – 75 marks)
  • Major Paper VI – 75 marks(Or, Practical – 75 marks)

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 200 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 200 marks

B.A / BSc. Subjects (Semester –VI)

MAJOR

  • Major Paper I – 75 marks
  • Major Paper II – 75 marks
  • Major Paper III – 75 marks
  • Major Paper IV – 75 marks
  • Major Paper V – 75 marks (Or, Practical – 75 marks)
  • Major Paper VI – 75 marks (Or, Project/Practical – 75 marks)

GENERAL

  • 1st Elective (Gen) – 200 marks
  • 2nd Elective (Gen) – 200 marks

Course structure for B.Com. First and Second Semesters

B.Com Subjects (Semester-I)

MAJOR

  • Cost Accounting, or Human Resource Management or Rural & Micro Finance
  • Business Mathematics
  • Indian Financial System Financial Accounting-I
  • Business Organization & Entrepreneurship Development

GENERAL

  • Business Mathematics or Fundamentals of Insurance
  • Indian Financial System
  • Financial Accounting-I
  • Business Organization & Entrepreneurship Development

B.Com Subjects (Semester-II)

MAJOR

  • Management Accounting or Human Resource Planning & Development or Micro Credit Institutions
  • Communicative & Functional English-I or Functional MIL-I
  • Financial Accounting-II
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Statistics

GENERAL

  • Communicative & Functional English-I or Functional MIL-I
  • Financial Accounting-II
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Statistics

Each question paper will be of 80 marks in a Semester Examination.

Course structure for B.Com. Third and Fourth Semesters

B.Com Subjects (Semester-III)

MAJOR

  • Advanced Corporate Accounting or Industrial Relations & Labour Laws or Financial Institutions & Markets Communicative & Functional English-II or Functional MIL-II Corporate Accounting
  • Direct Taxes
  • Corporate Law
  • Env. Studies

GENERAL

  • Communicative & Functional English-II or Functional MIL-II
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Direct Taxes
  • Corporate Law
  • Env. Studies

B.Com Subjects (Semester-IV)

MAJOR

  • Advanced Financial Accounting or Cost & Management Accounting or International Banking
  • Business Economics
  • Auditing & Assurance
  • Indirect Taxes
  • Financial Services

GENERAL

  • Business Economics
  • Auditing & Assurance
  • Indirect Taxes
  • Financial Services

Each question paper will be of 80 marks in a Semester Examination

Course structure for B.Com. Fifth and Sixth Semesters

B.Com Subject (Semester-V)

MAJOR

  • Financial Statement Analysis, or Customer Relations & Retail Trade Management Or International Trade
  • Business Environment
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Regulatory Framework of Business-I

GENERAL

  • Business Environment
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Regulatory Framework of Business

B.Com Subject (Semester-VI)

MAJOR

  • Project Report (on any topic of Commerce, Economics, Business, Industry or Service Sector)
  • Information Technology in Business
  • Marketing of Service
  • Modern Banking Practices
  • Regulatory Framework of Business-II

GENERAL

  • Information Technology in Business
  • Marketing of Service
  • Modern Banking Practices
  • Regulatory Framework of Business-II