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Undergraduate Course


Undergraduate Programme in Arts (Regular mode)

From the last academic session, the Dibrugarh University has introduced Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) under its affiliating Colleges/ Institutions. Under this system, there are two courses in any discipline. One is Honours and other is Non-honours. For Honours students, the course outline is –

Semester-wise Distribution of
Courses in B.A. Honours (Under CBCS)

Semester

Core Course (14)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)

(2)

Elective: Discipline Specific DSE (4)

Elective: Generic (GE) (4)

I

C1 (6C)

AECC-1: Communicative English (2C)

GE-1 (6C)

C2 (6C)

AECC-2: MIL/ Communicative Hindi/Alternative English (2C)

II

C3 (6C)

AECC-3: Environmental Science /Studies (2C)

GE-2 (6C)

C4 (6C)

III

C5 (6C)

SEC-1.1 (2C)

GE-3 (6C)

C6 (6C)

C7 (6C)

IV

C8 (6C)

SEC-2.1 (2C)

GE-4 (6C)

C9 (6C)

C10 (6C)

V

C11 (6C)

DSE-1 (6C)

C12 (6C)

DSE-2 (6C)

VI

C13 (6C)

DSE-3 (6C)

C14 (6C)

DSE-4 (6C)



In semester 1st & 2nd there are two Core Course papers, two Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) paper and one Generic Elective paper. Subject-wise Core Course papers are-

Core Course

1. Assamese

2. English:

C-1 Indian Classical Literature (1st semester)

C-2 European Classical Literature (1st semester)

C-3 Indian writing in English (2nd semester)

C-4 British Poetry and Drama, 14th to 17th Century (2nd semester)

C-5 American Literature (Semester 3rd)

C-6 Popular Literature (3rd Semester)

C-7 British Poetry and Drama 17th and 18th Century (3rd Semester)

C-8 To be declared by the Department of English at the time of commencement of Classes.

C-9 –do-

C-10 –do-

3. Education

C-1 Philosophical Foundations of Education (1st semester)

C-2 Sociological Foundation in Education. (1st semester)

C-3 Psychological Foundation in Education. (2nd semester)

C-4 Educational Administration and management (2nd semester)

C-5 Great Educators and Educational Thoughts (3rd Sem)

C-6 Educational Measurement and Evaluation (3rd Sem)

C-7 Experimental Psychology and Laboratory Practical (3rd Sem)

C-8 Education in Pre-Independent India (4th Sem)

C-9 (a) Techniques of Teaching (4th sem)

C-10 (b) Teaching Practice (4th Sem)

4. Economics:

C-1 Introductory Microeconomics (1st semester)

C-2 Mathematical Methods for Economics-I (1st semester)

C-3 Introductory Macroeconomics (2nd semester)

C-4 Mathematical Methods for Economics-II (2nd semester)

C-5 Essentials of Microeconomics (3rd Sem)

C-6 Essentials of Macroeconomics (3rd Sem)

C-7 Statistical Methods for Economics (3rd Sem)

C-8 Advanced Microeconomics (4th Sem)

C-9 Advanced Macroeconomics (4th Sem)

C-10 Introductory Econometrics (4th Sem)

5. History

C-1: History of India-I (1st semester)

C-2: Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Ancient World. (1st semester)

C-3 History of India-II (2nd semester)

C-4 Social Foundation and Cultural Patterns of the Medieval World (2nd semester)

C-5 History of India-III (3rd Sem)

C-6 Rise of Modern West-I (3rd Sem)

C-7 History of India-IV (3rd Sem)

C-8 Rise of Modern West-II (4th Sem)

C-9 History of India-V (4th Sem)

C-10 History of India-VI (4th Sem)

6. Political Science

C-1: Understanding Political Theory (1st semester)

C-2: Constitutional Government and Democracy (1st semester)

C-3 Political Theory-Concepts and Debates. (2nd semester)

C-4 Political Process in India. (2nd semester)

C-5 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics (3rd Sem)

C-6 Perspectives on Public Administration (3rd Sem)

C-7 Perspectives on International Relations and World History (3rd Sem)

C-8 Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective (4th Sem)

C-9 Public Policy and Administration in India (4th Sem)

C-10 Global Politics (4th Sem)

7. Sociology

C-1: Introduction to Sociology-I (1st semester)

C-2: Sociology of India-I (1st semester)

C-3 Introduction to Sociology-II (2nd semester)

C-4 Sociology of India-II (2nd semester)

C-5 Political Sociology (3rd Sem)

C-6 Sociology of Religion (3rd Sem)

C-7 Sociology of Gender (3rd Sem)

C-8 Economic Sociology (4th Sem)

C-9 Sociology of Kinship (4th Sem)

C-10 Social Stratification (4th Sem)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 2

For each and every Honourse students has to take both the compulsory paper.

1. I(MIL) (1st semester)

2. A Communicative English-I (1st semester)

3. II (MIL) (2nd semester)

4. Communicative English-II (2nd semester)


Generic Elective (Interdisciplinary) :

For honours student subject wise Generic Elective paper for 1st and 2nd semester are-

1. Assamese

a.

b.

2. Economics

a. Introductory Microeconomics (1st Semester)

b. introductory macroeconomics (2nd semester)

3. Education

a. To be declare by the Dibrugarh University.

4. English

a. Academic writing and composition (1st Semester)

b. Media and Communication Skill (2nd Semester)

5. History

a. History of Assam (1st Semester)

b. History of India (2nd Semester)

6. Philosophy

a. Introduction to Philosophy (1st Semester)

b. Fundamentals of Indian Philosophy (2nd Semester)

7. Political Science

a. Nationalism in India GE1A, Contemporary Political Economy GE1B (1st Semester).

b. Feminism: Theory and Practice (GE2A), Gandhi and the Contemporary World (GE2B) (2nd Semester).

8. Sociology

a. Indian Society: Images and Realities (1st Semester)

b. Family and Intimacy (2nd Semester)

Semester wise Distribution of Courses in B.A.
Non-hnourse (Under CBCS)

Semester

Core Course (12) Courses of 6 credits each)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (2)

Discipline Specific Elective DSE (4)

Generic Elective (GE) (2)

I

General English 1.1 (6C)

Multidisciplinary Course (4C)

DSC-1A (6C)

DSC-2A (6C)

II

Comm. English 1.2 (6C)

Environmental Science (2C)

DSC-1 B (6C)

DSC-2 B (6C)

III

Comm. Hindi/ MIL/Alt.Eng 1.1 (6C)

SEC-1.1 (2C)

DSC-1 C (6C)

DSC-2 (6C)

IV

Comm. Hindi/ MIL/Alt.Eng 1.2 (6C)

SEC-2.1 (2C)

DSC-1D (6C)

DSC- D (6C)

V

SEC-1.2 (2C)

DSE-1A (6C)

GE-1 (6C)

DSE-2 A (6C)

VI

SEC-2.2 (2C)

DSE-1B (6C)

DSE-2B (6C)

GE-2 (6C)


In semester 1st & 2nd there are 3 Core Course Paper. One is English/ General, another is DSC-1A and DSC-2A for 1st Semester. In 2nd Semester also there are three Core Course Papers. One is Communicative English, 2nd is DSC 1B & 3rd DSC2B. In addition to these three core course papers one Ability Enhancement compulsory course paper in 2nd sem i.e., Environmental Science (4C).

Department -wise strength (enrolment):

i. BA (Semester) Degree Programme - 300

ii. BA (Semester) Degree Programme (Major)-

Economics - 40

Assamese - 50

English - 40

Education - 40

Political Science - 40

History - 40

Sociology - 60



Undergraduate Programme in Science (Regular mode)

Semester wise Distribution of Courses in B.Sc.
Hnourse (Under CBCS)

Semester

Core Course (14)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (2)

Elective: Discipline Specific DSE (4)

Elective: Generic (GE) (4)

I

C1 (6C)

AECC-1

Communicative English (2C)

GE-1 (6C)

C2 (6C)

AECC-2

MIL/ Communicative Hindi/ Alternative English (2C)

II

C3 (6C)

AECC-3

Environmental Science (2C)

GE-2 (6C)

C4 (6C)

III

C5 (6C)

AEEC-1(2C)

GE3 (6C)

C6 (6C)

C7 (6C)

IV

C8 (6C)

AEEC-2(2C)

GE-4 (6C)

C9 (6C)

C10 (6C)

V

C11 (6C)

DSE-1 (6C)

C12 (6C)

DSE-2 (6C)

VI

C13 (6C)

DSE-3 (6C)

C14 (6C)

DSE-4 (6C)


In semester 1 & 2 there are four core course paper (two each), three Ability Enhancement Compulsory course (AECC) papers (2+1) and two Generic Elective papers (one each).

Subject wise Core Course

1. Botany

C-1 Microbiology and Phycology. (1st Sem)

C-2 Biomolecules and Cell Biology (1st Sem)

C-3 Mycology and Phytopathology (2nd Sem)

C-4 Archegoniate (2nd Sem)

2. Chemistry

C-1 Inorganic Chemistry (1st Sem)

C-2 Physical Chemistry-I (1st Sem)

C-3 Organic Chemistry-I (2nd Sem)

C-4 Physical Chemistry-II (2nd Sem)

3. Mathematics

C-1 Calculus (P) (1st Sem)

C-2 Algebra (1st Sem)

C-3 Real Analysis (2nd Sem)

C-4 Differential Equations (P) (2nd Sem)

4. Physics

C-1 Mathematical Physics (1st Sem)

C-2 Mechanics (1st Sem)

C-3 Electricity and Magnetism (4+4) (2nd Sem)

C-4 Waves and Optics (4+4) (2nd Sem)

5. Statistics

C-1 Descriptive Statistics (1st Sem)

C-2 Calculus (1st Sem)

C-3 Probability and Prob. Distributions (2nd Sem)

C-4 Algebra (2nd Sem)

6. Zoology

C-1 Non-chordates I: Protista to Pseudo-coelomates. (1st Sem)

C-2 Principles of Ecology (1st Sem)

C-3 Non-chordates II: Coelomates. (2nd Sem)

C-4 Cell Biology (2nd Sem)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC): for each and every Honours Students has to take both the compulsory papers

1. Communicative English (50 marks)

2. MIL/ Eng/ Environmental Science (50 marks)


Generic Elective (Interdisciplinary) paper for 1st and 2nd semester, subject wise-

Subjectwise papers will be fixed at the time of commencement of the classes.



Semester wise Distribution of Courses in B.Sc.
Non-Hnourse (Under CBCS)

Semester

Core Course (12)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (2)

Discipline Specific Elective DSE (4)

I

DSC-I A(6C)

(English/ MIL Communication)/ Environmental Science

DSC-II A(6C)

DSC-3 A(6C)

II

DCC-1 B(6C)

Environmental Science / English/ MIL Communication)

DSC-2 B(6C)

DSC-3 B(6C)

III

DCC-1 C(6C)

SEC-1.1(2C)

DSC-2 C(6C)

DSC-3 C(6C)

IV

DCC-1 D(6C)

SEC-2.1(2)

DSC-2 D(6C)

DSC-3 D(6C)

V

SEC-1.2(2C)

DSE-1 A(6C)

DSE-2 A(6C)

DSE-3 A(6C)

VI

SEC-2.2(2C)

DSE-1 B(6C)

DSE-2 B(6C)

DSE-3 B(6C)


In B.Sc non-honours for the 1st & 2nd Semester, the students have to take three Core Course Paper for each semester, three ability Enhancement compulsory AECC paper (2+1) for 1st and 2nd semester.

Department wise strength (Enrolment):

i. B.Sc. (Semester) degree Progrramme - 200

ii. B.Sc. (Semester) Degree Programme (Major)

Botany ----- 40

Chemistry ----- 40

Mathematics ----- 25

Physics ----- 25

Statistics ----- 20

Zoology ----- 40