Academics

Courses Offered:

For Honours:

Three-Year Degree Honours Course (BA)

Part I

Honours Subject (Two Papers of 100 marks each)

200

Two General Subjects (one paper of 100 marks each)

200

Compulsory Bengali & English (50 marks each)

100

Total

500

Part II

Honours Subject (Two Papers of 100 marks each)

200

Two General Subject (2 Papers of each subject x 100 marks) (for BCom Honours 4 General papers of 100 marks each)

400

Total

600

Part III

Honours Subjects (4 Papers of 100 marks each)

400

ENVS

50

Total

450

 

 

Programmes on offer for Honours Courses:

Hons Subject

Year of Affiliation

Level

No. of Seats

General Pass Subject Combination

 

 

(A)

(B)

Bengali

2010

UG

42

English / Sanskrit

Philosophy/History

English

2011

UG

37

Bengali / History

Philosophy / Political Science

Sanskrit

2014

UG

28

Philosophy / English

Bengali / Political Science

History

2010

UG

42

Political Science/English

Philosophy/Bengali

Political Science

2011

UG

33

History /Philosophy

Bengali / Sanskrit

Philosophy

2014

UG

28

History / Political Science

Sanskrit/Bengali

 

 

 

For General

Three-Year Degree General Course

Part I

Three general subjects (paper 100 marks for each subject)

300

Compulsory Bengali and English ( 50 marks each subject)

100

Total

400

Part II

Three general subjects (2 papers 100 marks for each subject)

(For B.Com 6 General papers of 100 marks each)

600

Total

600

Part III

Three general subjects (1 paper 100 marks for each subject))

300

ENVS

100

Total

400

 

 

Programmes on offer for general courses:

Total number of seats: 360

Students can choose any three from among any of the six subjects offered by the college:

  1. Bengali
  2. English
  3. Sanskrit
  4. History
  5. Philosophy
  6. Political Science

Academic Discipline:

  1. According to the guidelines framed by the University of Burdwan, a student will have to attend at least 75% of their classes to appear as a regular student in the Final Examination
  2. Student having attendance less than 75% but above 60% will be declared NON-COLLEGIATE. However, they will be allowed to sit for the Final Examination with a fine specified by the college
  3. Students are expected to pay respect and extend co-operation to Teaching and Non-teaching staff
  4. Students should keep the college campus clean
  5. Students must not loiter in the verandah in front of the running class room
  6. Every student should bring his/ her identity card without fail while coming to the college and present it when required
  7. Students are directed to go through the Notice Board regularly.