Information Bulletin
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur (1621-1675)
     BY kwhU kau dyq nih nih BY mwnq Awn ]
    khu nwnk suin ry mnw igAwnI qwih bKwin ]
       He, who fears no one, nor makes others afraid :
Says Nanak, he alone is wise, O mind, he alone knows his God.
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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
S.No.   Topic                                                      Page No
1       College Infrastructure                                     6
            Library                                                6
            Sports                                                 7
            Classrooms                                             8
            Laboratories                                           8
            Hostel                                                 8
            College Magazine                                       8
            Auditorium                                             9
            College Canteen                                        9
            Café Coffee Day Express                                9
            Bank                                                   9
2       Faculty                                                    10
3       Subjects and Course Structure
           Three Year Undergraduate programme                      12
           Details of Papers                                       13
           BA English (Hons)                                       14
           BA Hindi (Hons)                                         14
           BA Punjabi (Hons)                                       15
           BA Economics (Hons)                                     16
           BA History (Hons)                                       16
           BA Political Science (Hons)                             17
           B.Com (Hons)                                            18
           B.Com (Prog)                                            19
           B.Sc Botany (Hons)                                      20
           B.Sc Chemistry (Hons)                                   20
           B.Sc Electronics (Hons)                                 21
           B.Sc Mathematics (Hons)                                 21
           B.Sc Physics (Hons)                                     21
           B.Sc Zoology (Hons)                                     22
           B.Sc Life Sciences (Hons)                               23
4       Admission Schedule for Academic Year 2016-17               24
           List of Academic Subjects                               25
           Eligibility Requirements for Admission                  26
           Procedure for Calculation of Best of Four Percentage    27
5       General Rules for Admission                                28
           Undergraduate Courses                                   28
           Postgraduate Courses                                    28
6       Fee Details                                                29
7       Admission Procedure                                        30
           Sports Admissions                                       30
           Extra-Curricular activities Admissions                  31
           Withdrawal from College                                 31
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8    Diploma and Certificate courses                             32
         PG Diploma in Forensic Science                          32
         Certificate course in Web Journalism                    32
         Certificate Course In Sports Economics and Marketing    32
         Diploma and Certificate Courses In Foreign Languages    33
9    Academic Rules and Related Information                      35
         Late Admission                                          35
         Attendance                                              35
         Leave of Absence on Medical grounds                     35
         NCC/NSS/ ECA /Sports                                    36
         Maintenance of Discipline                               36
         Identity cum Library Card                               36
         Removal                                                 36
         Equal Opportunity Cell                                  37
         Medical Facilities                                      37
         Security                                                37
10   Grievances Redressal Mechanism                              38
         Grievances Redressal Unit                               38
         Prohibition and Punishment for Ragging                  38
         Policy against Sexual Harassment                        38
         Admission Grievances Redressal Committee                38
11   Internal Assessment and Examination                         39
         Internal Assessment                                     39
         Practical Examination                                   39
         Division Criteria                                       39
         Span Period                                             39
12   Awards and Scholarships                                     40
        Awards for Excellence                                    40
        Awards for Kirtan                                        40
        Awards for NCC/NSS                                       40
        Awards and Scholarships Constituted by Faculty           41
        Awards for Sports                                        41
13   Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular Avenues                  42
        National Cadet Corps (NCC)                               42
        College Societies                                        42
        Anhad-Divinity Society                                   42
14   Achievements 2015-16                                        43
        Academic Results (2015-16)                               43
        Sports Achievements                                      43
15   Achievers 2015-16                                           44
        University Positions                                     44
        College Position Holders –III year                       44
        College Position Holders –II year                        45
        College Position Holders –I year                         45
16   Orientation                                                 46
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S       ri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, established in the year 1951 by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management
        Committee, is a constituent College of University of Delhi. It endeavours to indoctrinate the ideals of self-
        sacrifice and service among the youth. It is named after the ninth Guru, who laid down his life to uphold
freedom of belief and conscience and whose sacrifice and martyrdom for secular values are unique in the annals of
history. The College had a modest beginning and functioned from the building of Sri Tegh Bahadur Khalsa School at
Dev Nagar (Karol Bagh) and in 1973, it shifted to its present premises in the North Campus. The College has evolved
into a prestigious institution with a magnificent infrastructure. Our enviable Sant Longowal sports complex, excellent
playgrounds, well-equipped Mata Gujri library, well-maintained laboratories and technologically upgraded computer
centres, state-of-the-art Auditorium and Seminar Hall, are a matter of pride. The centre for e-learning has been set up
by the UG for the development of the digital content for post graduate teaching. Apart from being a centre of
excellence in higher education in Arts, Commerce, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences, the
nstitution takes pride in promoting Punjabi language and culture. The college has Mata Gujri Girls' Hostel to provide
accommodation to 150 students.

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                                             President's Message
                                            S. Manjit Singh, G.K.
                                            Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management
                                            Committee and
                                            Shiromani Akali Dal (Delhi State)

       S      ri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College has been named after the Ninth Guru, Sri Guru Tegh
              Bahadur Sahib, whose martyrdom for the cause of secularism and principles of compassion
              provides the guiding spirit for the institution. The College was established to propagate and instil
       the great Guru's cherished ideals of service and self-sacrifice among the youth with the motto 'March
       Forward'. The college began in July 1951 in Dev Nagar, with admissions to under-graduate courses in a
       few disciplines. College archives reveal that our first batch of students appeared in the University of
       Delhi examinations in 1952. The college moved to its present premises in the University of Delhi
       campus in 1974.

       Through the passing years, our academic results have been reasonably competitive and impressive both
       in academics and sports. The college has a distinguished teaching staff of over 162 members. Most of our
       teachers have either completed their PhD or MPhil programmes. There are specialized laboratories like
       the Ciliate Biology Laboratory and the High Power Physics lab, set up in collaboration with the
       Department of Science and Technology. We have also established a Centre for e-Learning in the College
       premises, which is being used extensively and widely appreciated. Our students have been securing first
       or second positions in the University examinations. At present our college offers 18 different academic
       courses. The college has on its rolls about 3,300 students from all over the country and abroad. Our motto
       has always been to serve humanity with humility and dedication. Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management
       Committee wants to ensure that talented students from a lesser privileged background also get similar
       opportunities to get educated and improve their skills. Over the years Khalsa College has helped students
       from these sections of society.

       The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee will help the college in maintaining and improving
       its sports and academic infrastructure to ensure that our students imbibe a proper value based culture so
       that they emerge as responsible citizens of our nation.

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                                           General Secretary's Message
                                           S. Manjinder Singh Sirsa
                                           General Secretary

        ri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College was established in 1951 and is maintained by the apex
        body of the Sikhs, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, Delhi, a statutory body
        created under an act of Parliament. The main purpose for establishing the College was to ensure
a comprehensive, social, political and economic transformation through access to the quality education
to the masses.

The college has for decades attracted talented students who have made valuable contribution to the civil
society in academics and sports. I too am proud to be an alumnus of this institute and be associated with

Our constant endeavor is to create an ambience in the campus propitious for academic, physical, spiritual
and moral development of the students. Strict discipline is maintained within the campus.

I can proudly say that the college doesn't just produce graduates, but our students graduate with
knowledge and values.

I wish all the aspiring students best of luck, and hope their stay in this institute is as rewarding for them as
for the college.

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                                              Chairman's Message
                                              S. Tarlochan Singh
                                              Former Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha)
                                              Former Chairman, National Minorities Commission of India

               ri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College endeavours to promote the message of service and
               sacrifice with humility propounded by the Great Gurus. In a world torn by internecine strife, Sri
               Guru Tegh Bhadur's message of freedom of worship can become a guiding principle to restore
       peace and harmony amongst warring nations and communities.

       Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College started in July 1951, with admissions to under-graduate courses
       in Economics, History, Mathematics , Political Science and preparatory courses. The pre-medical
       stream was introduced from the next session. Archives reveal that our first batch of students appeared in
       the University of Delhi examinations, in 1952.

       In the initial year, we began with 49 students and a faculty of six teachers. Today the college has on its roll
       about 3100 students from all over India as well as other countries. Full credit goes to the distinguished
       office-bearers and members of the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee, for rapidly
       improving the infrastructure and facilities at SGTB Khalsa College.

       I extend my best wishes to the students seeking admission to this college.

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                            Principal’s Message
                            Dr. Jaswinder Singh
                            SGTB Khalsa College

S      ri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, a constituent college of the University of Delhi, in its
       sixty-four years of existence has emerged as one of the leading institutions of higher learning
       with eighteen Undergraduate programmes and twelve Masters programmes in sciences, social
sciences and humanities. Manas ki Jaat Sabhai Eke Pehchanbo (All Human Races are one) has been the
guiding principle of our College. Over these years, it has served the underprivileged and minority
communities by transforming the students of these sections into informed and vibrant individuals
through education.
The college has always maintained an excellent amalgamation of modernity and tradition. To meet the
contemporary requirements, the College has been able to provide education in professional courses in
Electronics, Business Economics and Forensic Science. In keeping with the needs of the day and age, the
college has also evolved a 'Centre for E-Learning' with an aim to generate high quality, multimedia
enriched e-learning solutions for enhancing the quality of education. The college library has also been
upgraded to accommodate a more comfortable reading space for students and teachers alike with
computers and WiFi services at their disposal for research purposes. In the present globalized
environment, our students are also trained in various languages through certificate courses in German,
Russian, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, French and Japanese.
The College runs many innovative research projects, awarded by the University of Delhi, UGC, and the
Department of Science and Technology. Many teachers are assisting students in their doctorate research.
These teachers have now extended their work and included undergraduate students in their research,
enabling them to learn and become part of the research publications. To enhance their knowledge and
employability, students are encouraged to take up assignments and training in the corporate sector and in
the universities in India and abroad during the vacations.
Organization of national and International seminars, conferences, professional development
programmes for the teachers and students is an integral part of the academics. The dedicated teaching
and non-teaching staff of the College overwhelmingly participates in the entire process.
Many of our students are leading scientists, teachers, civil servants, outstanding sports persons and
business professionals contributing significantly in the nation building.
Our parent body Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee has always provided us the guidance
and financial support in the infrastructure development and academic programmes of the college.
I wish all the aspirants the best of luck, and all those who will be successful in securing admission a
happy and rewarding stay in the College.

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   T       he Mata Gujri library, is operating an automated browsing catalogue. With OPAC in the library it is
           easy to access and classify the books. The library has gate security check system with 16 CCTV
           cameras installed to monitor. Around 2000 books of various subjects are added annually. Library is
   equipped with a new fully air conditioned reading room which can accommodate 200 students operational
   along with a new magazine and periodicals section.
   Fully computerized, with lift facility it is the first such library in the entire University. New computerized
   ID cum Library tickets for students and staff and a Braille book-section for visually impaired students are
   the USP of the facility.
   The College library currently has more than 1,30,000 books. More than 15,000 invaluable manuscripts and
   other materials on History, Religion and Politics adorn its shelves. The library caters to the needs of not
   only the 3000 students of the college but also to many research scholars and academicians from the
   University of Delhi and outside. Library has started subscribing some of the new journals/Magazines,
   Current Science, Indian literature Alochana and Aajkal are some of them. The Annual General Budget of
   the Library is approx. Rs. 18,10,000. College provides access to Internet in the Library Reading Room for
   the students and the staff during college hours. 16 CCTV cameras along with control system have been
   installed in the library to monitor the activities of students, to maintain the discipline.
   The Library Membership is also open to Indian and Foreign Research students who are interested in
   ancient manuscripts, rare books, magazines and other valuable material available in the library. The
   Students Aid Fund Section books are issued at the starting of the academic session and students are
   permitted to retain these books for the full session. The library has a separate section of 8,000 classics and
   other reference books on Sikh studies. The library preserves all the editions of the college magazine “THE
   TEGH” with the first edition published in 1953. Library is ICT friendly as per International Library
   Standards and Specifications. The Acquisition as well as circulation process is fully automated. The Retro-
   Conversion of Library books is under process. Bar Coding and pasting of Labels of Library books is
   complete. The OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility was introduced in September 2007. The
   students and staff have utilized this facility for easy access of the books. Apart from print journals library
   has started subscribing N-LIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly
   Contents) program of INFLIBNET.

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T        he College is known
         for excellence in
         sports; and on many
occasions, our students have
participated in international
competitions. The College has
a spacious playground for
Hockey, Cricket, Football,
Kho-Kho, Basket-ball, Tennis,
Volley-ball, Swimming, Soft-
ball, Archery, Shooting, Base-
ball, Hand-ball and Wrestling.
Adequate facilities for indoor
games like Table Tennis,
Carrom, Chess and mini
Gymnasium are also available.                            Hockey Team – III in Inter College Championship

A magnificent sports complex named after Sant Harchand Singh Longowal has state of art gymnasium.
The students can undergo physical fitness training under skilled supervision of professional trainers.
Complex also includes a squash court, three table tennis rooms, and changing rooms for players. There is
also a decoratively built seminar room providing infrastructure for workshops, seminars and related
The Lawn Tennis complex has two flood-lit, synthetic surface courts. Excellent facilities for coaching are
available to the students in the complex.

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    College has about 50 classrooms, of which 15 are air- conditioned. 36
    classrooms have been equipped with projection system as well as access to
    internet and OERs.
                                   College has well equipped spacious laboratories for the science streams for
                                   smooth conduction of practicals. Labs are continuously upgraded with
                                   modern equipments with annual purchase of instruments, while existing
                                   equipments are maintained in good condition as well. There are total of
                                   twenty four laboratories; five each in department of Physics, Botany and
                                   Zoology, while Computer science has four, Chemistry has three and
                                   Electronics Department has two labs.

                                   Entire college campus is wi-fi enabled. Students can freely access internet
                                   and OERs. Additionally, college has computer labs and a reading room
                                   facility in library which have internet connectivity.

    To cater to the needs of outstation girl students, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa
    College has a hostel, Mata Gujri Hostel, started from the session 2012-13. The
    hostel primarily meant for undergraduate girl students of the College, is located
    within the college campus, and has 49 rooms to accommodate 147 students.
    The Hostel is named after the first Sikh Martyr lady in the history, Mata Gujri ji.
    She was the wife of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadurji, the Ninth Guru, mother of a brave saint-soldier (Sri Guru
    Gobind Singhji,) grandmother of four Sahibazadas (Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh, and Fateh
    Singh), who all attained martyrdom at the age of 18, 14, 9 and 6 years
    College magazine, 'Tegh', publishes articles by the students and staff and reviews educational, cultural,
    and social, and sports activities of the College. Each of the three sections viz. English, Hindi, and Punjabi
    of the Magazine is edited by a student editor under the supervision of teachers.

                           Other than the "Tegh", the various departments of the College also publish their
                           own magazines covering and emphasising events of the respective departments.
                            The Economics and B.A. (Hons.) Business Economics (BBE) magazines
                                           have always been appreciated for their quality.

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                            A multipurpose, state-of-the-art Auditorium named after the eminent Sikh
                            leader Master Tara Singh, constructed by Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management
                            Committee is the hub of academic and cultural activities in University of
                            Delhi. The fully air-conditioned auditorium is equipped with latest facilities.
                            With a capacity of 600, the auditorium has witnessed many cultural and
                            academic activities.
                            The college now has Guru Arjan Dev Seminar Hall with a capacity of 125 to
                            accommodate a smaller audience for academic seminars and discussions.

  Master Tara Singh Ji

The College has spacious fully furnished Canteen where quality and healthy eatables are served at
affordable prices. Students are advised to maintain discipline and give suggestions for further
improvement of the services. The college canteen has been upgraded and serves best menu to our
students. Non-payment of legitimate dues or disorderly conduct in the Canteen would invite
disciplinary action.

Café Coffee Day has opened an in house stall in the college adjacent to staff parking, where students
can have gourmet food and drinks at subsidised rates.

The College has on its premises a branch of the Punjab and Sind Bank. The students will deposit fee
and other dues with the bank on prescribed admission slips, which will be issued by the college for the

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     The college is proud of its distinguished teaching faculty. They
     have proved their devotion to work in more ways than one. Many
     of them have made noteworthy contributions in journals of
     National and International repute. Teaching faculty of the college
     has played a singular role in earning a prestigious position for the
     College in the University of Delhi.

     DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH                                      Dr. Asad Ahmed (Convener)
     Mr. Novy Kapadia, M. Phil (Convener)                       Dr. Bhavna Goel
     Ms. Geetinder Kaur, M. Phil                                Dr. Pratibha Chawla
     Dr. Madhvi Zutshi                                          DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
     Mr. Saikat Ghosh, M.Phil                                   Dr. Nachiketa Singh
     Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, M. Phil                                Dr. (Ms.) Jagir Kaur
     DEPARTMENT OF HINDI                                        Dr. R. N. Mishra
     Dr. (Ms.) Asha Mehta (Convener)                            Dr. Bipin K Thakur
     Dr. (Ms.) Veena Agrawal                                    Dr. (Ms.) Banti M.Singh
     Dr. Charanjeet Singh Sachdev                               Dr. Amanpreet Singh Gill (Convener)
     Dr. (Ms.) Smita Mishra                                     DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICALEDUCATION
     Dr. Nagesh Nath Dass                                       Dr. Ravi S. Bhattacharjee (Convener)
     Dr. Mukesh Kumar
                                                                DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
     Dr. (Ms.) Sumita Lohia .
                                                                Dr. H V Jhamb
     DEPARTMENT OF PUNJABI                                      S J S Arora, M. Phil (Convener)
     Dr. (Ms.) Jaswinder Kaur                                   Dr. S K Sharma
     Dr. (Ms.) Kuldeep Kaur Pahwa                               Dr. (Ms.) Paramjeet Kaur
     Dr. Harbans Singh                                          S Gurkirpal Singh, M. Com
     Dr. (Ms.) Amarjit Kaur                                     Ms. Parminder Kaur, M. Com
     Dr. (Ms.) Vanita                                           Dr. Abha Ajay Kumar, MPhil, CWA
     Dr. Gurinder Singh                                         Dr. Rachan Kaur Sareen
     Dr. Gurdip Kaur (Convener).                                Ms. Parveen Kaur Lamba, M. Phil
     DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS                                    Ms. Satvinder Kaur, M. Phil
     Dr. Jaswinder Singh                                        Dr. T Venugopalan
     Dr. Srividya Subramaniam (Convener)                        Ms. Mansi Bansal, M. Phil
     Dr. (Ms.) Deepali Sharma                                   Dr. Harshdeep Kaur
     Ms. Harpreet Kaur, M. Phil                                 Dr. Sukhvir Singh
     Dr. Jasneet Kaur Wadhwa                                    Ms. Gurvinder Kaur, M. Phil
     Ms. Kulwinder Kaur, M. Phil.                               Ms. Madhu, M. Com
     DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY                                      Dr. (Ms.) Kamaldeep Kaur
     Dr. (Ms) Sneh Lata Anand                                   Dr. Bibhu Prasad Sahoo
     Dr. (Ms) Rajshri Dhali                                     Dr. Masha Sandeep

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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS                 Dr. Deepak Chandra
Ms. Daljit I P Singh, M.Phil              Dr. Ravi S. Bhattacharjee
Mr. Virender Kumar Mehra, M.Phil          Dr. Ajay Wadhwa
Dr. Satish Verma                          Dr. (Ms) Mamta
Ms. Sunderjeet Kaur, M.Phil               Dr. Sukanta Dutta
Ms. Jaswinder Bhalla, MA                  Mr. Hiyong Ramo Chothe M.Sc
Ms. Amarpreet Kaur Sabherwal, M.Phil      Dr. (Ms.) Nimmi Singh Rooprai
Mr. Dharmendra Kumar, M.Phil (Convener)   Dr. Kuldeep Kumar Kapil
Mrs. Charanpreet Kaur, M.Phil             Dr. (Ms.) Savinder Kaur
DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY                      Mr. Sushil Kumar Singh M.Sc
Dr. (Ms.) Darshan K Cheema                DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS
Dr. (Ms.) Sukhbir Kaur                    Ms. Poonam Bedi, MPhil (Convener)
Dr. (Ms.) Inderdeep Kaur                  Dr. (Ms.) Nirupama Kapoor
Dr. (Ms.) Surinder Kaur (Convener)        Dr. P Arun
Ms. Anjana Sagar, M.Sc                    Dr. (Ms.) Nidhi Sinha
Dr. (Ms.) Gurmeet Kaur                    Dr. (Ms.) Komal Kamra
Dr. G S Sodhi                             Dr. Manoj Kumar Nimesh (Convener)
Dr. (Ms.) Gurvinder Kaur                  Dr. (Ms.) Jeepinder Jeet Kaur
Dr. P S Jassal (Convener)                 Ms. Rigzin Kang M.Sc
Dr. (Ms.) Satnam Kaur                     Ms. Parminder Kaur Narang, M.Phil
Dr. (Ms.) Sumanjeet Kaur                  ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
Dr. (Ms.) Neelam Anand                    Section Officer- Accounts
Dr. (Ms.) Vimal Rarh
                                          Mr. Manjit Singh
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE            Senior P. A. & Administrative Officer (Off.)
Mr. P D Sharma, Msc, M.S.                 Mr. Jarnail Singh M.Phil, LLB
Ms. Neelu Sanghi, M.Phil (Convener)       Professional Assistant- Library
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS                     Mr. Jaspal Singh
Dr. S K Soni
Dr. (Ms.) Anuradha Gupta (Convener)

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     At present the college offers various academic courses in Science, Humanities, Language and Commerce
     streams, at the undergraduate and post graduate levels. Keeping abreast of the changing demands of the job
     market, the college also offers add-on-courses in Sports Economics and Marketing, Web Journalism, Post
     Graduate Diploma in Forensic Science and Certificate Courses in seven languages namely Russian,
     Spanish, German, Korean, Japanese, Chinese and French.

                 S. No.     Course                                                   Total Seats
                 Arts Stream
                    1       BA (Hons) English                                            40
                    2       BA (Hons) Hindi                                              40
                    3       BA (Hons) Punjabi                                            40
                    4       BA (Hons) Economics                                          40
                    5       BA (Hons) History                                            40
                    6       BA (Hons) Political Science                                  40
                    7       BA (Programme)                                               60
                 Commerce Stream
                    8       B Com (Hons)                                                 120
                    9       B Com (Programme)                                            60
                 Science Stream
                   10       B. Sc. (Hons) Botany                                         40
                   11       B Sc (Hons)Chemistry                                         20
                   12       B Sc (Hons)Electronics                                       20
                   13       B Sc (Hons)Mathematics                                       40
                   14       B Sc (Hons)Physics                                           40
                   15       B Sc (Hons)Zoology                                           40
                   16       B Sc Physical Science                                        60
                   17       B Sc Life Science                                            40
                   18       BA (Hons) Business Economics                                 40

     College has been granted minority institution status. 50 % of the seats in all streams are reserved for
     Sikh candidates.
     Sikh students qualifying for admission on the basis of merit can claim admission under general category.
     Suitable relaxation may be provided to the students who wish to study Punjabi and the Sikh minority
     students who shall have to study Punjabi as part of the curriculum.
     Students seeking admission on the basis of ECA and Sports will have to fill up ECA and Sports form and
     attach the relevant certificates through the University website.

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Details of courses under B.A (Honors), B.Com (Honors) & B.Sc. (Honors)
Course                                                                                   *Credits
                                                               Theory+ Practical         Theory + Tutorial
I. Core Course
(14 Papers)                                                    14X4= 56                  14X5=70
Core Course Practical / Tutorial*
(14 Papers) 1                                                  4X2=28                    14X1=14
II. Elective Course
(8 Papers)
A.1. Discipline Specific Elective                              4X4=16                    4X5=20
(4 Papers)
A.2. Discipline Specific Elective
Practical/ Tutorial*                                           4 X 2=8                   4X1=4
(4 Papers)
B.1. Generic Elective/
Interdisciplinary                                              4X4=16                    4X5=20
(4 Papers)
B.2. Generic Elective
Practical/ Tutorial*                                           4 X 2=8                   4X1=4
(4 Papers)
Optional Dissertation or project work in place of one Discipline Specific Elective paper (6 credits) in 6th
III. Ability Enhancement Courses
1. Ability Enhancement Compulsory
(2 Papers of 2 credit each)                                    2 X 2=4                   2 X 2=4
Environmental Science
English/MIL Communication
2. Ability Enhancement Elective (Skill Based)
(Minimum 2)                                                    2 X 2=4                   2 X 2=4
(2 Papers of 2 credit each)
                                                               ____________              ____________
Total credits                                                  140                       140

Institute should evolve a system/policy about ECA/ General
Interest/Hobby/Sports/NCC/NSS/related courses on its own.

* wherever there is a practical there will be no tutorial and vice-versa

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     BA H English
     Structure of B. A. Honours English under CBCS                   10   :   Partition Literature
     Core Course                                                     11   :   Research Methodology
     1 : Indian Classical Literature                                 12   :   Travel writing
     2 : European Classical Literature                               13   :   Autobiography
     3 : Indian Writing in English                                   Generic Elective (Any four)
     4 : British Poetry and Drama: 14th to 17th Centuries            1 : Academic Writing and Composition
     5 : American Literature                                         2 : Media and Communication Skills
     6 : Popular Literature                                          3 : Text and Performance
     7 : British Poetry and Drama: 17th and 18th Centuries           4 : Language and Linguistics
     8 : British Literature: 18th Century                            5 : Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment
     9 : British Romantic Literature                                 6 : Gender and Human Rights*
     10:   British Literature19th Century                            7 : Language, Literature and Culture
     11 : Women's Writing                                                  *Syllabus not received
     12 : British Literature: The Early 20th Century                 Ability Enhancement Course (Compulsory)
     13 : Modern European Drama                                      1 : Environmental Study*
     14 : Postcolonial Literatures                                   2 : English/MIL Communication
     Discipline Centric Elective (Any four)                                 * Syllabi not received
     1 : Modern Indian Writing in English Translation                Ability Enhancement Elective Course (Any two)
     2 : Literature of the Indian Diaspora                           1 : Film Studies *
     3 : British Literature: Post World War II                       2 : English Language Teaching
     4 : Nineteenth Century European Realism                         3 : Soft Skills
     5 : Literary Theory                                             4 : Translation Studies
     6 : Literary Criticism                                          5 : Creative Writing
     7 : Science fiction and Detective Literature                    6 : Business Communication
     8 : Literature and Cinema                                       7 : Technical Writing
     9 : World Literatures                                                  *Syllabus not received

     BA H Hindi
     iz'ui=kksa dk Øe bl izdkj gksxk %                                      foe'kZ vkSj fganh lkfgR; vFkok Hkkjrh; ,oa ik'pkR; jaxeap
     fganh dksj ikB~;Øe iz'ui=k (HCC)                                       fl¼kar
     1 % fganh Hkk"kk vkSj mldh fyfi dk bfrgkl                       2    % fganh Hkk"kk dk O;kogkfjd O;kdj.k vFkok dks'k foKku %
     2 % fganh dfork (vkfndky ,oa Hkfädkyhu dkO;)                           'kCndks'k vkSj fo'odks'k vFkok Hkkjrh; lkfgR; dh laf{kIr
     3 % fganh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl (vkfndky vkSj   eè;dky)                     :ijs[kk
     4 % fganh dfork (jhfrdkyhu dkO;)                                3    % yksdukV~; vFkok fgUnh dh Hkkf"kd fofo/rk,¡ vFkok Hkkjrh;
     5 % fganh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl (vk/qfud dky)                               lkfgR; ikBijd vè;;u
     6 % fganh dfork (vk/qfud dky Nk;kokn rd)                        4    % 'kks/&çfof/ vFkok vo/kj.kkRed lkfgfR;d in vFkok fganh
     7 % fganh dgkuh                                                        jaxeap
     8 % Hkkjrh; dkO;'kkL=k                                          fganh dkS'ky&lao¼Zd ,sfPNd ikB~;Øe (HSEC)
     9 % fganh dfork (Nk;kokn ds ckn)                                (dksbZ nks % d vkSj [k oxZ ls ,d&,d dk p;u)
     10 % fgUnh miU;kl                                               (d)
     11 % ik'pkR; dkO;'kkL=k                                         1 % foKkiu vkSj fganh Hkk"kk
     12 % fganh ukVd@,dkadh                                          2 % dEI;wVj vkSj fganh Hkk"kk
     13 % fgUnh vkykspuk                                             3 % lks'ky ehfM;k
     14 % fganh fucaèk vkSj vU; x| foèkk,¡                           4% vuqokn&dkS'ky
     fganh lkekU; (Generic) ,sfPNd ikB~;Øe (HGEC)                    ([k)
     1 % yksdfiz; lkfgR; vFkok fganh flusek vkSj mldk vè;;u          1 % dk;kZy;h fganh
     2 % jpukRed ys[ku vFkok iVdFkk rFkk laokn ys[ku                 2 % Hkk"kk;h n{krk % le> vkSj laHkk"k.k
     3 % fganh esa O;kogkfjd vuqokn vFkok Hkk"kk vkSj lekt           3 % Hkk"kk vkSj lekt
     4 % fgUnh dk oSf'od ifjn`'; vFkok Hkk"kk f'k{k.k                • ,d vfuok;Z iz'ui=k % vkèkqfud Hkkjrh; Hkk"kk laizs"k.k@vaxzsth
     fganh fo"k; vkèkkfjr ,sfPNd ikB~;Øe (HDSEC)                     • ,d vfuok;Z iz'ui=k % i;kZoj.k foKku dqy 26 iz'ui=k
     1 % fganh dh ekSf[kd vkSj yksd&lkfgR; ijaijk vFkok vfLerkewyd

ADMISSIONS           2016-17

BA H Punjabi
Core Papers B.A. H Punjabi                                          10   : Punjãbi Balladry
1    : Gurmat Poetry                                                        pMjwbI vwr swihq (Punjãbi Vãr Sãhit
       gurmiq kwiv (Gurmat Kãv)                                             *Optional Dissertation or Project Work in place of one
2    : Modern Punjãbi Story                                                 Discipline Specific Elective Paper (6 Credits) in 6th Semester.
       AwDuink pMjwbI khwxI (Ãdhunik Punjãbi Kahãnni)               Elective Course : Generic
3    : Punjãbi Sufi-Poetry                                          1    : Modern Punjãbi Poetry and Functional Punjãbi
       pMjwbI sU&I-kwiv (Punjãbi Sufi-Kãv)                                  AwDuink pMjwbI kivqw Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Ãdhunik Punjãbi
4    : Medieval and Modern Punjãbi Prose                                    Kavitã ate Vihãrak Punjãbi)
       m`DkwlIn Aqy nvIn pMjwbI vwrqk (Madhkãleen ate Naveen        2    : Modern Punjãbi Story and Functional Punjãbi
       Panjãbi Vãrtak)                                                      AwDuink pMjwbI khwxI Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Ãdhunik Punjãbi
5    : Punjãbi Folklore and Culture                                         Kahãnni ate Vihãrak Punjãbi)
       pMjwbI lokDwrw Aqy siBAwcwr (Punjãbi Lokdhãrã ate            3    : Punjãbi Travologue and Functional Punjãbi
       Sabhiãchãr)                                                          pMjwbI s&rnwmw Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Safarnãmã ate
6    : Punjãbi Novel                                                        Vihãrak Punjãbi)
       pMjwbI nwvl (Punjãbi Novel)                                  4    : Punjãbi One-Act Play and Functional Punjãbi
7    : Modern Punjãbi Poetry                                                pMjwbI iekWgI Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Ikãngi ate Vihãrak
       AwDuink pMjwbI kivqw (Ãdhunik Punjãbi Kavitã)                        Punjãbi)
8    : Medieval Narrative Poetry : Qissa and Balladry               5    : Punjãbi Novel and Functional Punjãbi
       m`DkwlI ibrqWqk kwiv : ik`sw qy bIr kwiv (Madhkãli                   pMjwbI nwvl Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Novel ate Vihãrak
       Birtãntak Kãv : Qissã te Bir Kãv)                                    Punjãbi)
9    : Punjãbi Language, Script and Grammar                         6    : Punjãbi Drãmã and Functional Punjãbi
       pMjwbI BwSw, il`pI Aqy ivAwkrn (Punjãbi Bhãshã, Lippi ate            pMjwbI nwtk Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Nãtak ate Vihãrak
       Viyãkarn)                                                            Punjãbi)
10 : Punjãbi Drãmã and One-Act Play                                 7    : Punjãbi Qissã and Functional Punjãbi
       pMjwbI nwtk Aqy iekWgI (Punjãbi Nãtak ate Ikãngi)                    pMjwbI ik`sw Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Qissã ate Vihãrak
11 : Parvãsi Punjãbi Literature                                             Punjãbi)
       prvwsI pMjwbI swihq (Parvãsi Punjãbi Sãhit)                  8    : Punjãbi Folklore and Functional Punjãbi
12 : Theory of Literature & Indian Poetics                                  pMjwbI lokDwrw Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Punjãbi Lokdhãrã ate
       swihq isDWq Aqy BwrqI kwiv-Swsqr (Sãhit Sidhãnt ate Bhãrti           Vihãrak Punjãbi)
       Kãv-Shãstar)                                                 9    : Parvãsi Punjãbi Prose and Functional Punjãbi
13 : Pãkistãni Punjãbi Literature                                           prvwsI pMjwbI vwrqk Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Parvãsi Punjãbi
       pwiksqwnI pMjwbI swihq (Pãkistãni Punjãbi Sãhit)                     Vãrtak ate Vihãrak Punjãbi)
14 : Punjãbi Criticism and Western Literary Approaches              10 : Media and Fuctional Punjãbi
       pMjwbI Awlocnw Aqy p`CmI icMqn-pRxwlIAW (Punjãbi Ãlochnã             mIfIAw Aqy ivhwrk pMjwbI (Mediã ate Vihãrak Punjãbi)
       ate Pachhmi Chintan Prannãliãn)                              Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
Elective : Discipline Specific (DSE)                                1    : Punjãbi A
1    : Punjãbi Travelogue Literature                                        (Advãnce Level)
       pMjwbI s&rnwmw swihq (Punjãbi Safarnãmã Sãhit)               2    : Punjãbi - B
2    : Indian Literature                                                    (Intermediate Level)
       BwrqI swihq (Bhãrti Sãhit)                                   3    : Punjãbi - C
                                                                            (Basic Level
3    : World Literature
                                                                            * Student can opt any one out of these three Levels of Punjabi
       ivSv swihq (Vishav Sãhit)
                                                                            papers as per the criteria.
4.     Mass Movements of Punjãb and Punjãbi Literature
                                                                    Ability Enhancement Elective Course (AEEC)
       pMjwb dIAW lok-lihrW Aqy pMjwbI swihq (Punjãb diãn Lok-
                                                                    Skill Based Papers
       Laeharãn ate Punjãbi Sãhit)
                                                                    1    : Learning Skill of Mediã and Mãss Communication
5    : Biography and Auto-Biography
                                                                            mIfIAw Aqy jn-sMcwr dw hunr isKxw (Mediã ate Jan-Sanchãr
       jIvnI Aqy svY-jIvnI (Jeevani ate Swai-Jeevani)
                                                                            dã Hunar Sikhannã)
6    : Life Sketch
                                                                    2    : Learning Skill of Trãnslation
       ryKw ic`qr (Rekhã Chittar)
                                                                            Anuvwd krn dw hunr isKxw (Anuvãd Karan dã Hunar
7    : Myth Transformation and Myth Criticism
       imQ rUpWqrx Aqy imQ icMqn (Myth Roopãntarann ate Myth
                                                                    3    : Learning Skill of Ãrt of Theatre
       Chintan)                                                             rMgmMc klw dw hunr isKxw (Rangmanch Kalã dã Hunar
8    : Punjãbi Epic Poetry
       pMjwbI mhw-kwiv (Punjãbi Mahã-Kãv)
                                                                    4    : Learning Skill of Computerization of Punjãbi Language
9    : Literature on Partition & Punjãb holocaust                           pMjwbI BwSw dy kMipaUtrIkrn dw hunr isKxw (Punjãbi Bhãshã
       dyS vMf Aqy pMjwb sMqwp bwry swihq (Deshvandd ate Punjãb
                                                                            de Compurtrikaran dã Hunar)
       Santãp bãre Sãhit)

ADMISSIONS         2016-17

     BA H Economics
     Course Structure for B.A. (Hons.) Economics                                     Group-I)
     1 : Introductory Microeconomics                                                 Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course-IV (From List of
     2 : Mathematical Methods for                                                    Group-II)
     Economics-I                                                                     Group-I (Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses)
     3 : Introductory Macroeconomics                                                 Group-II (Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses)
     4 : Mathematical Methods for                                         I      :    Economics of Health and Education
     Economics-II                                                         ii     :   Applied Econometrics
          Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)-I                  iii    :   Economic History of India (1857-1947)
          Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)-II                 iv     :   Topics in Microeconomics-I
          Generic Elective (GE) Course-I                                  v      :   Political Economy-I
          Generic Elective (GE) Course-II                                 vi     :   Money and Financial Markets
     5 : Intermediate Microeconomics-I                                    xii    :   Environmental Economics
     6 : Intermediate Macroeconomics-I                                    viii   :   Political Economy-II
     7 : Statistical Methods for Economics                                ix     :   Comparative Economic Development (1850-1950)
     8 : Intermediate Microeconomics-II                                   x      :   Financial Economics
     9 : Intermediate Macroeconomics-II                                   xi     :   Topics in Microeconomics-II
     10 : Introductory Econometrics                                       vii    :   Public Economics
          Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)-I                                xiii   :   International Economics
          Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)-II                               xiv    :   Dissertation/Project
          Generic Elective (GE) Course-III                                Generic Elective Courses in Economics
          Generic Elective (GE) Course-IV                                            Generic Elective in Economics I : Introductory
     11 : Indian Economy-I                                                           Microeconomics
     12 : Development Economics-I                                                    Generic Elective in Economics II : Introductory
     13 : Indian Economy-II                                                          Macroeconomics
     14 : Development Economics-II                                                   Generic Elective in Economics III :
          Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course-I (From List of       (a)        Indian Economy-I OR (b)         Money and Banking OR
          Group-I)                                                        (c)        Environmental Economics
          Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course-III (From List of                Generic Elective in Economics IV:
          Group-II)                                                       (a)        Indian Economy-II OR (b) Economic History of India 1857-
          Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Course-II (From List of                 1947 OR              (c)   Public Finance
     BA H History
     Structure of B.A (Hons) History Course under CBCS                    I      :
                                                                                 nvironmental Issues In India
     Paper                                                                II     :
                                                                                 Research Methodology in History
     I    : History of India-I                                            III    :
                                                                                 Making of Contemporary India
     II : Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Ancient World    IV     :
                                                                                 Delhi: Ancient
     III : History of India-II                                            V      :
                                                                                 Delhi: Medieval
     IV : Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Medieval World   VI     :
                                                                                 Delhi: Modern
     V : History of India-III ©. 750-1206)                                VII    :
                                                                                 Issues in Contemporary World
     VI : Rise of Modern West-I                                                  Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)
     VII : History of India IV (c.1206-1550)                                     Compulsory-II Papers
     VIII : Rise of Modern West -11                                              Environmental Science
      IX : History of India-V ©. 1550-1605)                                      English/ MIL
     X : History of India-VI ©. 1750-1857                                        Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
     XI : History of Modern Europe- I ©. 1780-1939)                       Any Two
     XII : History of India-VII ©. 1605-1750)                             I    : Understanding Heritage
     XIII : History of India-VIII ©. 1857-1950)                           II : Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Indian Art
     XIV : History of Modern Europe- II (1780-1939)                       III : Archives and museums
     Discipline Specific Elective (Any Four)                              IV : Understanding Popular Culture
     I    : History Of United States Of America -1 (C. 1776 -1945)        B.A (Hons) History
     II : History Of United States Of America -I1 (C. 1776 - 1945)        Core Papers©: 14,Credits: 6 each, 5classes,1 tutorial
     III : History Of The USSR-I (c. 1917- 1964)                          I    : History of India-I
     IV : History Of The USSR-II (c. 1917- 1964)                          II : Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Ancient World
     V : History Of Africa (c. 1500 - 1960s)                              III : History of India-II
     VI : History Of Latin America (c. 1500 - 1960s)                      IV : Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the
     VII : History Of Southeast Asia-The 19TH Century                            Medieval World
     VIII : History Of Southeast Asia-The 20TH Century                    V : History of India-III ©. 750-1206)
     IX : History of Modern East Asia-I (c.1840-1919)                     VI : Rise of Modern West-I
     X : History of Modern East Asia-1I ©. 1868-1945)                     VII : History of India IV (c.1206-1550)
     Generic Elective (Interdisciplinary Any Four)                        VIII : Rise of Modern West -11

ADMISSIONS           2016-17

IX : History of India-V ©. 1550-1605)                                  Generic Elective (Interdisciplinary Any Four) CREDITS-6
X : History of India-VI ©. 1750-1857                                   I    : Environmental Issues In India
XI : History of Modern Europe I ©. 1780-1939)                          II : Research Methodology in History
X : History of India-VI ©. 1750-1857                                   III : Making of Contemporary India
XI : History of Modern Europe I ©. 1780-1939)                          IV : Delhi: Ancient
XII : History of India-VII ©. 1605-1750)                               V : Delhi: Medieval
XIII : History of India-VIII ©. 1857-1950)                             VI : Delhi: Modern
XIV : History of Modern Europe II (1780-1939)                          VII : Issues in Contemporary World
Discipline Specific Elective (Any Four) Credits- 6 Each, 5             Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)
1-I : History Of United States Of America -1©. 1776 ñ 1945)            Compulsary-2 Papers, Credits-2 Each,2 Classes
2-II : History Of United States Of America -I1©. 1776 ñ 1945)                 Environmental Science
3-III : History Of The USSR-I (c. 1917- 1964)                                 English/ MIL
4-II : History Of The USSR-II (c. 1917- 1964)                          Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)
5-I : History Of Africa (c. 1500 - 1960s)                              Any Two Papers, Credits-2 Each, 2 Classes
6 : History Of Latin America (c. 1500 - 1960s)                         I    : Understanding Heritage
7 : History Of Southeast Asia - The 19TH Century                       II : Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Indian Art
8 : History Of Southeast Asia - The 20TH Century                       III : Archives and museums
9 : History of Modern East Asia-1 ©. 1840-1919)                        IV : Understanding Popular Culture
10 : History of China & Japan-I1 ©. 1868-1939)

BA H Political Science
Paper                                                                          by
I     :    Understanding Political Theory                                      the paper titled ‘Feminism: Theory and Practice’)
II    :    Constitutional Government and Democracy in India            8     : Dilemmas in Politics
III   :    Political Theory-Concepts and Debates                       (D) Ability Enhancement-2 (AE Skill Based): Any Two
IV    :    Political Process in India                                  1     : Your Laws, Your Rights
 V    :    Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics         2     : Public Opinion and Survey Research
 VI :      Perspectives on Public Administration                       3     : Legislative Practices and Procedures
VII :      Perspectives on International Relations and World History   4     : Peace and Conflict Resolution
VIII :     Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative
           Perspective                                                 (E) Ability Enhancement (Compulsory) Fondation: Two
IX     :   Public Policy and Administration in India                   1     : Language-MIL/ENGLISH
X      :   Global Politics                                             2     : Environmental Science
XI     :   Classical Political Philosophy                              1.1 : Language-MIL/ENGLISH Environmental Science Ability
XII    :   ZIndian Political Thought-I                                          Enhancement (AE) Compulsory
XIII   :   Modern Political Philosophy                                 1.2 : Understanding Political Theory Core Discipline -1
XIV    :   Indian Political Thought-II                                 1.3 : Constitutional Government and Democracy in India Core
                                                                                Discipline -2
(B) Generic Elective -4 (Interdisciplinary): Any Four                  1.4 : Any One of the Following Generic Elective –I
1     : Nationalism in India                                                    (Interdisciplinary)
2     : Contemporary Political Economy                                          A-Nationalism in India
3     : Feminism: Theory and Practice (This paper has been                      B- Contemporary Political Economy
        swapped by the paper titled 'Women, Power and Politics')                C- Feminism: Theory and Practice (swapped by ‘Women,
4     : Gandhi and the Contemporary World                                       Power and Politics’)
5     : Understanding Ambedkar                                                  D-Gandhi and the Contemporary World
6     : Governance: Issues and Challenges                                       E-Understanding Ambedkar
7     : Politics of Globalization                                               F-Governance: Issues and Challenges
8     : United Nations and Global Conflicts                                     G-Politics of Globalization
(C) Discipline Specific Elective-4 (DSE): Any Four                              H-United Nations and Global Conflicts
1     : Citizenship in a Globalizing World                             2.1 : Environmental Science Language-MIL/ENGLISH Ability
2     : Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective                               Enhancement Compulsory (AE)
3     : Development Process and Social Movements in                    2.2 : Political Theory-Concepts and Debates Core Discipline -3
         Contemporary                                                  2.3 : Political Process in India Core Discipline -4
         India                                                         2.4 : Any One of the Following Generic Elective –II
4     : Public Policy in India                                                  (Interdisciplinary)
5     : Understanding Global Politics (This paper has been replaced             A-Nationalism in India
         by the paper titled ‘Colonialism and Nationalism in India’)            B-Contemporary Political Economy
6     : India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing world                           C-Feminism: Theory and Practice (swapped by ‘Women,
7     : Women, Power and Politics (This paper has been swapped                  Power and Politics’)

ADMISSIONS           2016-17

              D-Gandhi and the Contemporary World                                      E- Understanding Ambedkar
              E- Understanding Ambedkar                                                F- Governance: Issues and Challenges
              F- Governance: Issues and Challenges                                     G- Politics of Globalization
              G- Politics of Globalization                                             H- United Nations and Global Conflicts
              H- United Nations and Global Conflicts                         4.5   :   Any One of the following Ability Enhancement-II (Skill
     3.1   : Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics                       Based)
              Core Discipline -5                                                       A-Your Laws, Your Rights
     3.2   : Perspectives on Public Administration Core Discipline -6                  B-Public Opinion and Survey Research
     3.3   : Perspectives on International Relations and World History                 C- Legislative Practices and Procedures
              Core Discipline -7                                                       D- Peace and Conflict Resolution
     3.4   : Any One of the Following Generic Elective-III                   5.1   :   Classical Political Philosophy Core Discipline -11
              (Interdisciplinary)                                            5.2   :   Modern Indian Political Thought-I Core Discipline -12
              A- Nationalism in India                                        5.3   :   & 5.4 Any two of the Following Discipline Specific Elective
              B- Contemporary Political Economy                                        DSE)-1&2
              C- Feminism: Theory and Practice (swapped by ‘Women,                     A- Citizenship in a Globalizing World
              Power and Politics’)                                                     B- Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective
              D- Gandhi and the Contemporary World                                     C- Development Process and Social Movements in
              E- Understanding Ambedkar                                                 Contemporary India
              F- Governance: Issues and Challenges                                     D- Public Policy in India
              G- Politics of Globalization                                             E- Colonialism and Nationalism in India
              H- United Nations and Global Conflicts                                   F- India’s Foreign Policy in a globalizing world
     3.5   : Any one of the following Ability Enhancement-I (Skill                     G- Women, Power and Politics (swapped by ‘Feminism:
              -Based)                                                                  Theory and Practice’)
              A-Your Laws, Your Rights                                                 H- Dilemmas in Politics
              B-Public Opinion and Survey Research                           6.1   :   Modern Political Philosophy Core Discipline -13
              C-Legislative Practices and Procedures                         6.2   :   Indian Political Thought-II Core Discipline -14
              D-Peace and Conflict Resolution                                6.3   :   & 6.4 Any two of the Following Discipline Specific Elective
     4.1   : Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative                       (DSE) 3 &4
              Perspective                                                              A- Citizenship in a Globalizing World
              Core Discipline -8                                                       B- Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective
     4.2   : Public Policy and Administration in India Core Discipline -9              C- Development Process and Social Movements in
     4.3   : Global Politics Core Discipline -10                                       Contemporary India
     4.4   : Any One of the Following Generic Elective –IV                             D- Public Policy in India
              (Interdisciplinary)                                                      E- Understanding Global Politics (Replaced by ‘Colonialism
              A- Nationalism in India                                                  and Nationalism in India’)
              B- Contemporary Political Economy                                        F- India’s Foreign Policy in a globalizing world
              C- Feminism: Theory and Practice (swapped by ‘Women,                     G- Feminism: Theory and Practice
                           Power and Politics’)                                        H- Dilemmas in Politics
              D- Gandhi and the Contemporary World

     B.Com H (Hons): Three Year (6-Semester) CBSE Programm                    3.2    : Income-tax Law and Practice Core Course (C-6)
     Page No. Cource Structure                                              3.3    : Management Principles and Application Core Course
     1.1    : Environmental Studies Ability Enhancement :                            (C-7)
              Compulsory Course (AECC-1)                                    3.4    : Generic Elective (GE-3) Generic Elective (GE-3)
     1.2    : Financial Studies Core Course (C-1)                                    (Any one of the following)
     1.3    : Business Law Core Course (C-2)                                         a. Business Statistics
     1.4    : General Elective (GE-1)                                                b. Project Management
              (Any one of the following)                                    3.5    : Skill Enhancement Course (Sec-1) Skill Enhancement Course
              a. Micro Environment                                                    (Any of the following)
              b. Insurance and Risk Management                                       a. E-Commerce
     2.1    : Business communication (Language-                                      b. Training and Development
              English/Hindi/MIL) Ability Enhancement                                 c. E-Marketing
              Compulsory Course (AECC -2)                                            d. Personal Tax Planning
     2.2    : Corporate Accounting Core Course (C-3)                        4.1    : Cost Accounting Core Course (C-8)
     2.3    : Corporate Laws Core Course (C-4)                              4.2    : Business Mathematics Core Course (C-9)
     2.4    : Generic Elective (GE-2) Generic Elective (GE-2)               4.3    : Computer Applications in Business Core Course (C-10)
              (Any one of the following)                                    4.4    : Generic Elective (GE-4) Generic Elective (GE-4)
              a. Micro Environment                                                   (Any one of the following)
              b. Investing in Markets                                                a. Indian Economy
     3.1    : Human Resource Management Core Course (C-5)                            b. Economic of Regulation of Domestic and

ADMISSIONS            2016-17

      Foreign Exchange Markets                                              f. Financial Markets , Institutions and Financial Services
4.5 : Skill-Enhancement Course (SEC-2) Skill-Enhancement                    g. Industrial Laws
      Course (SEC-2) (Any one of the following)                             h. Organisational Behaviour
      a. Entrepreneurship                                           6.1 :   Auditing and Corporate Governance
      b. Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Skills               6.2 :   Indirect Tax Laws Core Course (C-14)
      c. E-Filing of Returns                                        6.3 :   Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-3) Discipline Specific
      d. Cyber Crimes and Laws                                              Elective (DSE-3) (Any one of group B)
5.1 : Principles of Marketing Core Course (C-11)                    6.4 :   Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-4) Discipline Specific
5.2 : Fundamental of Financial Management Core Course (C-12)                Elective (DCE-4) (Any one of group B)
5.3 : Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-1) Discipline Specific              a. Fundamental of Investment
      Elective (DSE-1) (Any one of group A)                                 b. Consumer Affairs and Consumer Care
5.4 : Discipline Specific Elective (DSE-2) Discipline Specific              c. Business Tax Procedures and Management
      Elective (DSE-2) (Any one of group A)                                 d. International Business
      a. Management Accounting                                              e. Industrial Relations and Labour Laws
      b. Corporate Tax Planning                                             f. Business Research Methods and Project Work
      c. Advertising                                                        g. New Venture Planning
      d. Banking and Insurance                                              h. Financial Reporting & Analysis
      e. Computerised Accounting System                                     I. Compensation Management

B.Com (Prog.)
B.Com : Three -Year (6-Semester) CBSE Programme                             (d) Financial Reporting and Analysis
1.1 : Environmental Studies Ability Enhancement Compulsory          5.2 : Discipline Specific Elective Discipline Specific Elective (Dse-
      Course (AECC-1)                                                     2) (Any one of the following)
                                                                          (a) Fundamental of Financial Management
1.2 : Financial Accounting Core Course (DCS-1)
                                                                          (b) Indirect Tax Laws Training and Development
1.3 : Business Organisation and Management Core Course                    (d) Industrial Laws
        (DCS-2)                                                     5.3 :    Skills Based Ability Enhancement Elective Course (Skill
1.4 : English Language Language-1                                           Based- AEEC-3) (Any one of the following)
                                                                            (a) Entrepreneurship
2.1 : Language: English /Hindi/Modern Indian Language                       (b) Advertising
        Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (ACEE -2)             5.4 : Discipline Specific Elective Generic Elective (GE-1)
2.2 : Business Laws Core Course (DSC-3)                                   (Any one of the following)
2.3 : Business Mathematics and Statistics Core Course (DSC-4)               (a) Principle of Micro Economics
                                                                            (b) Economics of Regulation of Domestic an Foreign
2.4 : Hindi/Modern Indian Language Language-2
                                                                            Exchange Markets
3.1 : Company Law Core Course (DSC-5)
                                                                    6.1 :    Discipline Specific Elective Discipline Specific Elective
3.2 :   Indian Tax Law and Practice Core Course (DSC-6)                     (DSE-3) (Any one of the following)
3.3 :   Hindi/Modern Indian Language Language-3                             (a) Corporate Tax Planning
                                                                            (b) Banking and Insurance Management Accounting
3.4 : Skills Based (Any one of the following) Ability Enhancement           (d) Computerised Accounting System
      Elective (Skill Based-AEEC-1)                                         (e) Financial Markets and Institution
      (a) Computer Application in Business
                                                                    6.2 :   Discipline Specific Elective Discipline Specific Elective
        (b) Cuber Crimes and Laws
                                                                             (DSE-4) (Any one of the following)
4.1 : Business Communication (English/Hindi) Language-4                     (a) International Business
4.2 : Corporate Accounting Core Course (DSC-7)                              (b) Office Management and Secretarial Practice
                                                                            (c) Fundamental of Investment
4.3 : Cost Accounting Core Course (DCS-8)
                                                                            (d) Consumer Protection
4.4 : Skill Based (Any one of the following) Ability Enhancement            (e) Organisational Behaviour
      Elective Course (Skill Based-AEEC-2)                                  BC 6.3 : Skill Based Ability Enhancement Elective Course
      (a) E-Commerce                                                        (Skill Based- AEEC-4) (Any one of the following)
      (b) Investing in Stock Markets                                        (a) Personal Selling and Salesmanship
5.1 : Discipline Specific Elective Discipline Selective Elective            (b) Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Skills

        (DSE-1) (Any one of the following)                          6.4 : Generic Elective Generic Elective (GE-2) (Any one of the
        (a) Human Resource Management                                     following)
        (b) Principles of Marketing                                         (a) Indian Economy
        (c) Auditing and Corporate Governance                               (b) Project Management

ADMISSIONS          2016-17

     B.Sc H Botany
     1   : Microbiology and Phycology                                    Generic Electives
     2   : Biomolecules and Cell Biology                                 1     : Biodiversity (Microbes, Algae, Fungi and Archegoniate)
     3   : Mycology and Phytopathology                                   2     : Plant Diversity and Human Welfare
     4   : Archegoniate                                                  3     : Plant Anatomy and Embryology
     5   : Anatomy of Angiosperms                                        4     : Plant Ecology and Taxonomy
     6   : Economic Botany                                               5     : Environmental Biotechnology
     7   : Genetics                                                      6     : Economic Botany and Biotechnology
     8   : Molecular Biology                                             Ability Enhancement Course: Compulsory
     9   : Ecology                                                       1     : Environmental Science
     10 : Plant Systematics                                              2     : English/MIL Communication
     11 : Reproductive Biology of Angiosperms                            Skill Enhancement Courses: Elective
     12 : Plant Physiology                                               1     : Ethnobotany
     13 : Plant Metabolism                                               2     : Intellectual Property Rights
     14 : Plant Biotechnology                                            3     : Biofertilizers
     Discipline Specific Electives (Four)                                4     : Medicinal Botany
     1   : Analytical Techniques in Plant Sciences                       Skill Enhancement Courses: Elective (Two)
     2   : Biostatistics                                                 1     : Ethnobotany
     3   : Industrial and Environmental Microbiology                     2     : Intellectual Property Rights Semester)
     4   : Bioinformatics                                                3     : Biofertilizers
                                                                         4     : Medicinal Botany

     B.Sc H Chemistry
     SEMESTER COURSE OPTED COURSE NAME Credits                           IX    :   Organic Chemistry-III 4
     AEC-I Compulsory English Communications/Environmental               IX    :   Practical Organic Chemistry-III Lab 2
     Science 2                                                           X     :   Physical Chemistry-IV 4
     I    : Inorganic Chemistry-I 4                                      X     :   Practical Physical Chemistry-IV Lab 2
     I    : Practical Inorganic Chemistry-I Lab 2                                  Skill Enhancement Course -2 SEC -2 2
     II : Physical Chemistry-I 4                                                   Generic Elective -4 GE-4 4/5 Generic Elective -4 Practical 2/1
     II : Practical Physical Chemistry-I Lab 2                           XI    :   Organic Chemistry-IV 4
            Generic Elective -1 GE-1 4/5 Generic Elective -1             XI    :   Practical Organic Chemistry-IV Lab 2
            Practical/Tutorial 2/1 II Compulsory Environmental Science   XII   :   Physical Chemistry-V 4
            English Communications 2                                     XII   :   Practical Physical Chemistry-V Lab 2
     III : Organic Chemistry-I 4                                                   Discipline Specific Elective -1 DSE-1 4
     III : Practical Organic Chemistry-I Lab 2                                     Discipline Specific Elective -1
     IV : Physical Chemistry-II 4                                                  Practical/TutoriaL DSE-1 Lab 2
     IV : Practical Physical Chemistry-II Lab 2                                    Discipline Specific Elective -2 DSE-2 4
            Generic Elective -2 GE-2 4/5 Generic Elective -2                       Discipline Specific Elective- 2
            Practical/Tutorial 2/1
                                                                                   Practical/Tutorial DSE-2 Lab 2
     V : Inorganic Chemistry-II 4
                                                                         XIII :    Inorganic Chemistry-IV 4
     V : Practical Inorganic Chemistry-II Lab 2
                                                                         XIII :    Practical Inorganic Chemistry-IV Lab 2
     VI : Organic Chemistry-II 4
                                                                         XIV :     Organic Chemistry-V 4
     VI : Practical Organic Chemistry-II Lab 2
                                                                         XIV :     PracticalOrganic Chemistry-V Lab 2
     VII : Physical Chemistry-III 4
                                                                                   Discipline Specific Elective -3 DSE-3 4
     VII : Practical Physical Chemistry-III Lab 2
                                                                                   Discipline Specific Elective -3
            Skill Enhancement Course -1 SEC-1 2 Generic Elective -3
                                                                                   Practical/Tutorial DSE-3 Lab 2
            GE-3 4/5 Generic Elective -3 Practical/Tutorial 2/1
                                                                                   Discipline Specific Elective-4 DSE-4 4
     VIII : Inorganic Chemistry-III 4
                                                                                   Discipline Specific Elective -4
     VIII : Practical Inorganic Chemistry-III Lab 2
                                                                                   Practical/Tutorial DSE-4 Lab 2

ADMISSIONS            2016-17

B.Sc H Electronics
CORE COURSE(C): (Credit: 06 each)                                      11 : Biomedical Instrumentation (4+4)
(1 period/week for tutorials or 4 periods/week for practical)          12 : Transmission Lines, Antenna and Wave Propagation (4+4)
I    :   Basic Circuit Theory and Network Analysis (4+4)               13 : Dissertation (4+4)
II :     Mathematics Foundation for Electronics (4+4)                  Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (02 papers) (Credit: 02 each) -
III :    Semiconductor Devices (4+4)                                   EC1 to SEC2
IV :     Applied Physics (4+4)                                         1 : Design and Fabrication of Printed Circuit Boards (4)
V :      Electronic Circuits (4+4)                                     2 : Robotics (4)
VI :     Digital Electronics and VHDL (4+4)                            3 : Mobile Applications Development (4)
VII :    C Programming and Data Structures (4+4)                       4 : Internet and Java Programming (4)
VIII :   Operational Amplifiers and Applications (4+4)                 5 : Programming with LabVIEW (4)
IX :     Signals and Systems (4+4)                                     Other Discipline - GE 1 to GE 4
X :      Electronic Instrumentation (4+4)                              1 : Mathematics
XI :     Microprocessors and Microcontrollers (4+4)                    2 : Computer Science
XII :    Electromagnetics (4+4)                                        3 : Physics
XIII :   Communication Electronics (4+4)                               4 : Biomedical Science
XIV :    Photonics (4+4)                                               5 : Chemistry
Discipline Specific Electives (DSE): (Credit: 06 each) (4 papers to    6 : Commerce
be selected) - DSE 1-4                                                       Any other discipline of Choice
1 : Power Electronics (4+4)                                            Generic Elective Papers (GE) for other Departments/Disciplines:
2 : Numerical Analysis (4+4)                                           (Credit: 06 each)
3 : Modern Communication Systems (4+4)                                 1 : Electronic Circuits and PCB Designing (4+4)
4 : Semiconductor Fabrication and Characterization (4+4)               2 : Digital System Design (4+4)
5 : Electrical Machines (4+4)                                          3 : Instrumentation (4+4)
6 : Basic VLSI Design (4+4)                                            4 : Practical Electronics (4+4)
7 : Digital Signal Processing (4+4)                                    5 : Communication Systems (4+4)
8 : Control Systems (4+4)                                              6 : Microprocessor and Microcontroller Systems (4+4)
9 : Computer Networks (4+4)                                            7 : Consumer Electronics (4+4)
10 : Embedded Systems (4+4)

B.Sc H Mathematics
Core Course (14) Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course                      :
                                                                            C 9 Riemann Integration & Series of functions
(AECC) (2) Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (2) Elective                      :
                                                                            C 10 Ring Theory & Linear Algebra-I
Discipline Specific DSE (4) Elective: Generic (4)                      V    :
                                                                            C 11 Metric Spaces
I   : C 1 Calculus (including practicals (English communication             DSE-1 (including practicals) (I)
       /MIL)/ Environmental Science GE-1 : C 2 Algebra                      Numerical Methods or (ii) Mathematical Modeling and Graph
II : C 3 Real Analysis (English communication /MIL)/                        Theory or (iii) ++ Programming DSE-2 (I) Mathematical
       Environmental Science GE-2                                           Finance or (ii) Discrete Mathematics or (iii) Cryptography and
       C 2 Algebra II C 3 Real Analysis                                     Network Security
       (English communication/MIL)/Environmental Science GE-2             : C 12 Group Theory-II
       C 4 Differential Equations (including practicals)               VI : C 13 Complex Analysis (including practicals DSE-3 (I)
III : C 5 Theory of Real functions SEC-1 LaTeX and GE-3                     Probability theory & Statistics or (ii) Mechanics or (iii) Bio-
HTML                                                                        Mathematics
       C 6 Group Theory-I                                                   DSE-4 (i) Number Theory or (ii) Linear Programming and
    : C 7 Multivariate Calculus (including practicals)                      Theory of Games or (iii) Applications of Algebra
IV : C 8 Partial Differential Equations (including practicals) SEC-2      : C 14 Ring Theory and Linear Algebra-II
       Computer Algebra Systems and Related Softwares GE-4

B.Sc H Physics
Core Papers ©: (Credit: 06 each) (1 period/week for tutorials or 4     8    :   Mathematical Physics III (4 + 4)
periods/week for practical)                                            9    :   Elements of Modern Physics (4 + 4)
1 : Mathematical Physics-I (4 + 4)                                     10   :   Analog Systems and Applications (4 + 4)
2 : Mechanics (4 + 4)                                                  11   :   Quantum Mechanics and Applications (4 + 4)
3 : Electricity and Magnetism (4 + 4)                                  12   :   Solid State Physics (4 + 4)
4 : Waves and Optics (4 + 4)                                           13   :   Electromagnetic Theory (4 + 4)
5 : Mathematical Physics–II (4 + 4)                                    14   :   Statistical Mechanics (4 + 4)
6 : Thermal Physics (4 + 4)
7 : Digital Systems and Applications(4 + 4)

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