(1) Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours
A. Major Subjects - Two subjects for the first 4 semesters, selecting not more than one from any of the following three groups, such that at least one should be English or Hindi or Drawing & Painting or Sanskrit or Home Science or Music. The number of students which can be accommodated in a Major Subject (taking BA and BA Soc. Sc. together) is given below in parentheses against each:
Group 1: English (100), Hindi (100)
Group 2: Drawing & Painting (40), Sanskrit (30), Economics (50), Psychology (50)
Group 3: Home Science (30), Music (40), Political Science (50), Sociology (50)
1) If a language is not offered as a major course, it shall be compulsory to offer one language as a Half Course.
2) Candidates opting for the subjects of Music and Drawing & Painting may be required to appear for an aptitude test and these subjects will be allowed only to those who pass in the test.
3) Candidates shall not be allowed to take the same subject both as a major and as an ancillary elective.
B. Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives - Two, at least one from the non-faculty courses.
(a) Faculty Half Course: Drawing & Painting/English/Hindi/Home Science/Music (Sitar/Tabla/Vocal)/ Sanskrit.
(b) Non-faculty Half Courses: Psychology/Sociology/Education/ Accountancy & Law/Applied Business Economics/Business Administration/Environmental Education/Botany/Chemistry/Mathematics & Statistics/ Physics/Zoology.
C. (i) Work-based Training: One, allied to a Major Subject (see below).
Major Subjects Work-based Training
a) Drawing & Painting Commercial Art/Batik Painting/Textile Designing and Fabric Painting/ Sculpture- Clay Modeling
b) English Secretarial and Journalistic Skills/Journalism & Mass Communication/ English for Secretarial and Office Management Skills
c) Hindi Patrakarita/Creative Writing
d) Home Science Food Preservation/Quilting and Knitting/Hand Embroidery/Cooking
e) Music Repair & Maintenance of Musical Instruments/Applied Music
f) Sanskrit Secretarial and Journalistic Skills/Applied Sanskrit
g) Economics, Political Sc.,
Psychology, Sociology For details please see para 2.C
(ii) Additional Work- based Training (optional)
Note: Option in any subject (major subject/half-course/work-based training) will be allowed only when a sufficient number of students offer to take that subject.
(2) Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) [BA (Social Sc.)] Honours
A. Major subjects: Two subjects for the first 4 semesters, selecting not more than one from any of the following three groups, such that at least one should be Economics or Psychology or Political Science or Sociology. In addition, students can also opt for a combination of Mathematics & Economics as major subjects in the first four semesters and major in Economics in their last two semesters. The number of students that can be accommodated in a major subject [taking BA (Soc. Sc.) and BA together] is given below in parentheses against each:
A. Group 1: English (100), Hindi (100)
B. Group 2: Economics (50), Psychology (50), Drawing & Painting (40), Sanskrit (30)
C. Group 3: Political Science (50), Sociology (50), Home Science (30), Music (40)
1. If a language is not offered as a major course, it shall be compulsory to offer one language as a half course.
2. Candidates opting for the subjects of Music and Drawing & Painting may be required to appear for an aptitude test and these subjects will be allowed only to those who pass in the text.
3. Candidates shall not be allowed to take the same subject both as a major and as an ancillary elective.
B. Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives: Two, at least one from the non-faculty courses:
(a) Faculty Half Courses: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Management
(b) Non-faculty Half Courses: Drawing & Painting/English/ Hindi/Home Science/Music/Sanskrit/Accountancy and Law/ Applied Business Economics/Business Administration/Education/ Environmental Education/ Botany/Chemistry/Mathematics & Statistics/Physics/Zoology. Students having passed Intermediate with Commerce are not eligible to take Commerce as Non- Faculty Half Course.
C. (i) Work-based Training: One allied to a Major Subject.
Work-based Training courses offered under different subjects are listed below:
(a) Economics: Banking Methods/Accounting Applications/Business Applications/Financial Applications
(b) Political Science: Empirical Study of Local Self Government.
(c) Psychology: Workshop Practice and Fabrication of Psychological Equipment/Diagnosis and Psychological Treatment of Behavioral Problems.
(d) Sociology: Upliftment of Weaker Sections. Additional Work -based Training: Construction of Research Tools and their Administration, Project Work.
(e) English, Hindi, Sanskrit: For details, please see para 1.C.
(ii) Additional work- based training (optional)
(3) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours
A. All Major Subjects from following streams (All Compulsory):
(1) Managerial Sciences (2) Applied Commerce (3) Quantitative Analysis (4) Communicative English
B. Work-Based Training (Compulsory):
(a) 10 days Practical Training during second semester
(b) 6 weeks Practical Training after fourth semester
(4) Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Honours
A. Major subjects: This is an integrated programme covering areas in the field of Commerce in three major subject disciplines in the field of Commerce, as under, in the first 4 semesters leading to BCom and additional 2 semesters for the Honours course:
(1) Accountancy & Law
(2) Applied Business Economics
(3) Business Administration
B. Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives (All compulsory): English and Hindi.
C. Work-based Training: One, allied to any major subject as listed below:
(a) Accountancy & Law: Book-keeping Practice and Accounting Applications
(b) Applied Business Economics: Banking Methods and Financial Applications
(c) Business Administration: Secretarial Work and Business Applications
(5) Bachelor of Science (Home Science) Honours
A. Major Subjects (All compulsory):
(i) Human Development, Food and Nutrition, Family Resource Management, Clothing and Textiles and Extension Education
B. Inter-disciplinary and ancillary courses (All compulsory):
(a) Faculty Half Courses: English/Hindi/Sanskrit
(b) Non-faculty Half Courses: Botany, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry
C. Work-based Training: Food Preservation, Quilting and Knitting, Hand Embroidery, Cooking
(6) Bachelor of Education (BEd)
A. Major Subjects:
I. Childhood and Growing Up
II. Contemporary India and Education
III. Basics of Pedagogy
IV. Epistemological & Sociological Perspectives of Education
V. Language Across the Curriculum
VI. Language and Communication Skills (Hindi)
VII. Learning and Teaching
VIII. Assessment for Learning
IX. Guidance and Counseling
X. Educational & Information Technology
XI. Language and Communication Skills (English)
XII. ICT For School Teaching learning & Management
XIII. Pedagogy of School Subjects
XIV. Understanding and Strengthening Self
XV. Creating an Inclusive School
XVI. Knowledge and Curriculum
XVII. Gender School and Society
XVIII. Environmental Education
XIX. Ethics and Values in Teaching Profession
XX. Elective Courses
B. School Internship will be of 20 weeks in 2 phases-Phase-I of 4 weeks and phase -II of 16 weeks. In phase -I of the internship, focus will be on learning by observation, whereas in phase-II, it will be on learning by working in real school conditions.
C. Core Course :
(i) Indian Civilzation and Culture
(ii) General Knowledge and Current Affairs
(iii) Co-curricular Activities
D. Working with community
(i) Agricultural Operations (ii) Social Service
E. Scouting & Guiding, Yoga & Self Defence
F. Work- based Training
G.Additional Advanced Level Work-Based Training (Optional)
(i)Kitchen and Ornamental Gardening (ii) School Craft
(7) Bachelor of Science (BSc) Honours
A. Major subjects: Any two of the following for the first 4 semesters, and out of the two chosen any one for the additional 2 semesters for Honours course:(1) Botany (2) Chemistry (3) Mathematics (4) Physics (5) Zoology (6) Computer Science. Any specific combination of subjects would run only if there are minimum 10 students opting for it. In addition, students can also opt for a combination of Mathematics & Economics as major subjects in the first four semesters and major in Mathematics in their last two semesters.
B. Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives: Two; One Faculty Half Course and one Non-Faculty Half Course chosen from the list as given below:
(1) Faculty Half Courses: Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology.
(2) Non-faculty Half Courses: English, Hindi, Drawing & Painting, Home Science, Accountancy & Law, Applied Business Economics, Business Administration, General Engineering, Psychology, Workshop Practices, Digital Electronics & Computers.
C. Work-based Training Course:
One, allied to a major subject, is compulsory for the first two semesters.
In addition, after the second semester, students having CGPA > 8.5 may opt for Modular Courses in any subject of their interest. Modular courses will have the same number of credits as major courses. These will be add-on courses and the credits earned under them would be an overload. If the student is able to acquire credits equivalent to those in the major course, he/she is eligible to pursue Honours Degree in that subject.
Work-based training courses offered by different departments are as:
Botany: (i) Maintenance of Botanical Gardens, (ii) Dairy Products, (iii)Modern Crop Production Technology, (iv) Techniques in Cell & Molecular Biology, (v) Bio-Fertilizers
Chemistry: (i) Soil Testing, (ii) Extraction of Natural Products, (iii)Physical and Chemical aspects of Leather Processing(iv) Dairy Products, (v) Pollution Control of Air and Water
Mathematics: (i) Computer, Aided Statistical Techniques.
Physics: (i) Practical Electronics, (ii) Entertainment Electronics, (iii) Computer Science Applications
Zoology: (i) Bioinformatics (I – II Semesters) (ii) Cell Biotechnology (I - VI Semesters)
Computer Science: Computer- Aided Statistical Techniques
Note: The inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives, work-based training and core courses are completed during the first four semesters of BA, BSc (Home Science), BBA, BCom., BSc and BA (Social Science) Programmes.
(8) Bachelor of Technology (BTech)
A. Major subjects: Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering/Footwear Technology
B. Specialization by Electives: Various electives to be taken up in the last four semesters. For further details, please refer the syllabus.
C. Non-Faculty Half Courses: Any two of the following in the first two semesters (one in each semester):
Household Management, Environmental Science, Sociology, English and Art Appreciation.
D. Work-based Training: One of the following in the fourth semester:
Automobile Engineering/Repair and Maintenance of Electrical Equipment/Photography/Refrigeration and Air-conditioning/Radio & TV Repair/Commercial Art/Furniture Design and Manufacture/Printing Techniques/Metallurgical Analysis/Electronics Design/Computer Maintenance/D.B.M.S./Still Photography, Audio & Video Productions/Physical & Chemical Aspects of Leather Processing/ Rural Technology.
E. Additional Advanced Level Work-Based Training (optional): Computer Maintenance/Electronic Design/Still Photography, Audio and Video Production.
F. Five month internship in selected Industries under Co-operative Education Programme of DEI.
(9) Bachelor of Vocation [BVoc]:
(9.1) BVoc in Dairy Tehnology:
A. Major Subjects
(i) General Education – Soft skill and Ethics, Biochemistry: Microbiology, ICT application, Workshop Practice, Computer Application, Human Resource Management
(ii) Skill Education : Dairy Technology, Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Process Engineering, Technology of Manufacturing Various Milk Products, Dairy Plant Design, Dairy Farm Management Safety & Quality Control, Dairy Business Management, Dairy Plant Operation & Management, Marketing & Packaging of Dairy Product Etc.
B. Core Components: Culture Education, Comparative Study of Religion, Agricultural Operation, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Co-curricular activities, Environmental Education.
Apart from this, there is provision of 6 week summer term industrial internship & Projects and industrial visits during course of study.
(9.2) BVoc in Renewable Energy: Following are the thrust areas in Renewable Energy:
· Solar Photovltaic Technoligies and System
· Solar Thermal Technology
· Bio Mass Systems
· Wind Energy Systems
· Smart Grids
· Green Buildings
(9.3) BVoc in Textile:
A. Major Subjects - All compulsory
(i) General Education – Psychology
(ii) Skill based – Designing, Dyeing, Drawing, Weaving, Printing, Colour matching, Designing using softwares like Coral Draw, illustrator, Wilcome.
(iii) Two (one and a half month each) industrial intership in selected areas are mandatory.
(9.4) BVoc in Automobile
A. Major Subjects (Auto Engines, Motor Vehicle Technology, Auto Electric. Equipment Etc.)
B. General Education (Physcis, Chemistry, Maths, IT, Soft Skill)
C. Skill Based in Automobile Fields
(i) Fundamental of Automobiles
(ii) Different System of Automobiles (Two & Four Wheelers)
(iii) Hybrid, Electric & Smart Cars
D. 3 months Co-opt. training in industry after IInd year
E. Multiple exit option after every year (Diploma, Advance Diploma, BVoc Degree)
(9.5) BVoc in Food Processing
A. Major subjects (All compulsory)
i) General Education - Chemistry, Computer Science and Botany.
ii) Skill-Based subjects in various electives to be taken. For further details, please refer the syllabus,
· Fruits & Vegetable processing
· Milk & Diary products
· Agro products
iii) Two (One and a half month each) industrial internships in selected areas are mandatory.
(9.6) BVoc in Apparel Design
A. Major subjects (All compulsory)
i) General Education – Home Science, Sociology and Psychology.
ii) Skill Based – Various papers related to Apparel Manufacturing, Pattern making, Sewing, CAD, Textile Technology and Entrepreneurship to be taken. For further details please refer the syllabus, Two (One and a half month each) industrial internships in selected areas are mandatory.
(10) P.G. Diploma in Theology (PGDT)
The programme includes specific study of all the major religions of the world, centering around subjects like Methodology of Science of Religions (Traditional and Modern), Mysticism, Mythology and Symbolism, Religions and Science, Religion and Future Man, etc.
(11) P.G. Diploma in Computer Science & Applications (PGDCSA)
The programme imparts the essential skills required for programming along with an extensive exposure to core areas in computer science. Besides the course work that includes data structures, database management systems, internet technologies, programming languages, such as, C, C++ and Java, the program offers several electives, such as, Computer Graphics, Computer Networks, Computer Systems Architecture, Operating Systems, Software Engineering and Cryptography and Security. The programme offers intensive hands-on experience through extensive laboratory work, projects and summer internship.
Candidates enrolled through the Distance Education Programme have the option of completing the course part time with one additional semester.
(12) P.G. Diploma in Textile Designing & Printing (PGDTDP)
The programme is totally committed to the creative development of the individual. The Institute collaborates with leading design houses to bring in new technology and provides exposure to students. Candidates are expected to have an aptitude for design and capacity to innovate and experiment. A totally integrated curriculum comprises design, projects, production, marketing, general costing and management with creative computer-aided designing. The students are required to visit textile mills and exhibit their works.
(13) P.G. Diploma in Big Data, Logistics and Operations Research(PGDBD)
The objective of this programme is to provide a strong foundation in Statistics, Analytics, Information Systems and Operations Research for effective decision making and building systems based on considerations of data mining, risk, prescriptive and predictive analysis and the application of decision tools and techniques.
(14)P.G. Diploma in Business Economics (PGDBE)
The programme is centred at the development of skills as applied to the Business Environment. The syllabus includes courses on Principles and Practice of Management, Accounting and Finance, Business Statistics & Mathematics, Business Environment, Economic Policy, Marketing, Communication, Computer Applications and Project. Students passing PGDBE with CGPA of 5.5 or more are eligible to be admitted to the third term (summer) of MA (Applied Economics) in the Integrated PGDBE-MA (Applied Economics).
(15)P.G. Diploma in Devotional & Folk Music (PGDDFM)
The programme is meant to acquaint students with the large variety of musical traditions lying dormant in the Folk Music and Devotional Songs of various regions of our country and thus awaken them to the rich heritage of Indian culture.
(16) P.G. Diploma in Safety, Health and Environment (PGDSHE)
The specialized courses are Environmental Law, Environmental Impact Assessment, Social Ecology and Environmental Pollution & Control.
(17) P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)
The programme focuses on various dimensions of Journalism & Mass Communication leading to exposure in news media, i.e., Cyber Journalism, Desktop Printing, Video/Audio Editing, Film and TV Script Writing.
(18) P.G. Diploma in Environmental and Green Technology (PGDEGT)
Themain aim of the course is to make students well versed with the concepts of environment, its impact on life, outrages on environment, etc. Students will also be imparted training in various aspects of environmental assessment, techniques to measure pollution, instruments used in environment study. Besides, various legal issues related to environment will also be taught. To contain damage to environment and improve it, knowledge will be imparted on Green Technology interventions, and various aspects of bio-remediation processes. The course will aim at training them in both theoretical and practical aspects of environment study. The major endeavor of the course is value addition to improve employability of Chemistry and Biology students.
The postgraduate Programmes have duration of four terms, except for MEd, MBA & MTech, and are designed to acquaint students with the latest developments in the subject concerned and to make them familiar with tools of research. The first two terms (semesters) are devoted to course work and most of the third term (summer term) and the fourth term (semester) to research methodology, dissertation and project work.
(19) Master of Arts (MA)
Master’s Programmes in Arts, in addition to traditional subjects, have an essential bias to application and stress on training students in participation and verbal discussions. Thus, seminars and group discussions not only form regular part of the curriculum in each subject, but also form part of the evaluation of the students. The following Programmes are offered at present:
(1) Drawing and Painting: Besides conventional courses, specialization in murals and graphics is available. Students are also required to take part in seminars, group discussions and organize exhibitions of their paintings.
(2) English: Stress is laid both on literature and language. Besides self-study courses, seminars and group discussion in each semester, following electives are available in addition to conventional courses: Business Communication, Translation, ELT, Linguistics, African/American Literature, and Indian Writing in English.
(3) Hindi: A term paper, a seminar and a viva in end semester examinations to be evaluated by external examiners are special features of the curriculum. Besides, the course contents also include specialization in Folk Literature, Journalism, etc.
(4) Music: Provides instructions in Vocal, Sitar or Tabla at present. Greater stress is laid on practical performance rather than theoretical knowledge and the weightage on the two aspects is accordingly distributed for assessment. A special feature is the requirement of giving two stage performances in each semester by a student. Course includes the latest and relatively unknown Ragas and also history and aesthetics of both Indian and Western Music.
(5) Sanskrit & Culture: The course covers, in addition to traditional components like Sanskrit language and literature, Indian Culture, Dharma and Philosophy. Term papers and Seminars & Group Discussion in each semester, all through the medium of Sanskrit language, go a long way to strengthen the comprehension and expression of a student in Sanskrit language.
(20) Master of Arts (Social Science) [MA (So. Sc.)]
(1) Applied Economics: Specialized fields are, Analysis & Policy, Computer Application in Business & Economics, Forecasting, and Money & Financial Markets. Students interested in joining MA (Applied Economics) must apply for PGDBE only. After completion of PGDBE with CGPA of 5.5 or more, the candidate is admitted to MA third term (Summer) in the Integrated PGDBE-MA (Applied Economics).
(2) Political Science: Specialized fields are International Relations & Politics, Administrative Management & Public Policy.
(3) Psychology - Specialized fields of the course are Clinical and Environmental Psychology.
(4) Sociology: The specialized courses are Sociology of Development, Sociology of Religion, Women Studies, Globalization & Change and Advance Sociological Theories.
(21) MSc (Home Science)/MSc (Home Science) with specialization in Human Development
This is a general course with broad-based knowledge of Home Science. MSc(Home Science) with specialization in Human Development is also available.
(22) Master of Education (MEd)
This course is a professional programme in the field of teacher education with specialization either in elementary education or in secondary education. It aims at preparing educational administrators and planners, school principals, teacher educators, curriculum developers, educational policy analysts, supervisors and researchers. It seeks to develop specialized knowledge and understanding about the philosophical, sociological and psychological basis of education, curriculum development, measurement and evaluation, teacher education, ICT, and educational administration & planning. The program also tries to develop knowledge, understanding and skills for educational research.
(23) Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The programme has been structured keeping industry’s requirements in view. Case methodology, role plays, group discussions, industry interaction and interactive teaching are used in addition to the traditional teaching system. Keeping in mind future requirements, relevant courses on information technology, projects, industry analysis, etc, in the following categories have been incorporated: Foundation, General Management, Work Term and Specialization. Online courses are offered during the Work Term. The Program envisages both class room instruction and field industrial training so as to provide students an opportunity to learn application of management techniques in real life situations.
(24) MCom /MCom with specialization in International Business
The programme has been designed to provide students with advance theoretical and practical knowledge in Commerce and Business. Project work and seminars are the essential part of the programme. Course contents are contributed by all the three streams, i.e., Accountancy & Law, Applied Business Economics and Business Administration. In addition to the general course of MCom, MCom with specialization in International Business is also offered.
(25) Master of Science (MSc)
The Institute offers MSc Programmes in Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology, with Specialization in Emerging Areas. The syllabi have contemporary relevance and are continually updated. Dissertations and Seminars are essential parts of all Programmes.
(1) Botany: Besides covering basic Botany, the syllabus provides exposure to modern aspects of ecological management of natural resources. Specialization is available in Plant & Microbial Bio-Technology.
(2) Chemistry: Besides covering basic Chemistry, the course covers several frontier areas, such as, Environmental, Polymer, Photo, Laser and Applied Analytical Chemistry, Instrumental Techniques, Biochemistry and Bio-inorganic Chemistry.
(3) Computer Science: MSc in Computer Science offers the candidates an exposure to all the major areas in Computer Science through core courses with the flexibility for undertaking in-depth study of a chosen area through a flexible system of electives.
(4) Mathematics: (a) MSc Mathematics: The focus of this program is on exposing students to the topics of Mathematics and to train students in the rigour and abstraction required for further research in Mathematics (b) MSc Mathematics with Specialization in Computer Applications: Besides covering core subjects in Mathematics, the program provides a strong specialization in Computer Applications with compulsory subjects, such as, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering, Internet Technologies and Computer Systems Architecture and also through electives.
(5) Physics: Fundamental Physics in the curriculum is supplemented by courses in frontline areas with options, such as, Quantum computing, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Systmes Modeling, Microwave Techniques, Opto-electronics, Solid State and VLSI Technology, Computer System Architecture, Programming in JAVA and Computer Networks and a number of electives. MSc Physics with Specialization in Electronics and MSc Physics with Specialization in Computer Science are also being offered.
(6) Zoology: The Postgraduate programme is designed to enable a seamless transition from fundamental Zoology to exploitable technology and seeks to provide students with opportunities to develop insight and improve their analytical, communication and professional skills. The Department has its thrust areas in the emerging fields of Molecular Genetics & Biotechnology; Bio-pesticides & Vector Control; Environmental Parasitology; Molecular Evolution & Systematics; Wildlife Biology & Conservation Management.
(26) Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
MPhil is a 2 semester term programme intended to develop the foundation required for students to take up research effectively with a broader outlook.
(27) Master of Technology (MTech)
MTech programme in Engineering Systems is available in full-time and part-time modes. MTechin Engineering Systems with Specialization in Computer Science is a full-time programme. These programmes lay emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of several emerging thrust areas in Engineering to meet the requirements of a higher level of skill in planning, analysis, design and operation of Engineering Systems with a strong foundation in computers.
(28) Diploma in Ayurveda (Up-Vaid)
Diplomain Ayurveda (Up-Vaid) of two years with additional three month Internship in registered pharmacy is for High school pass out students. The course does not provide the permission for clinical practice but a chance to serve and get employment as Up-Vaid. Students of Up-Vaid course are imparted teaching (Theory and Practical) and training of preparation and dispensing of Ayurvedic medicines.