Undergraduate Courses

Undergraduate Courses

The innovative and comprehensive programme of undergraduate studies in the Institute has many distinctive features. In addition to the main academic courses, the programme includes inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives, Work-based Training and Core Courses for all the students. The details are as follows:

·         Main Academic Studies

Two major subjects are offered from the faculty concerned under the relevant stream/branch.

·         Inter-disciplinary and Ancillary Electives

At least two half courses, of which one should be from a different faculty, are offered to further the cause of integrated education and also complement and support the major subjects.

·         Work-based Training

Practical training in applied work related to one of the major subjects is provided to create willingness and capacity to work with one's own hands, develop skill and generate a spirit of self-reliance.

·         Core Courses

With the purpose of overall development of the students and to inculcate human values in them, the following compulsory core courses are offered in different semesters:

Cultural Education: It gives pride in the national ethos so that one may not lose one's moorings.

Comparative Study of Religions: Concepts of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, the Sant Mat and Modern Religious Movements are introduced to students so as to inculcate in them an attitude of tolerance and a sense of national integration besides inculcating moral and spiritual values.

Scientific Methodology, General Knowledge and Current Affairs: It nurtures a scientific temper among students and makes them aware of the contemporary developments.

Rural Development: Study of rural society and economy has been introduced to foster a fuller understanding of the rural life with a view to appreciate properly the polity and the economy of our country and the social forces at work.

Agricultural Operations: It develops a sense of humility and dignity of labour and appreciation for the hard work farmers undertake.

Social Service: It is offered to engender the spirit of brotherhood of man and to facilitate the establishment of casteless and classless society. The following Programmes are included under social service:

1.    Village Adoption for Rural Reconstruction

2.    Adult and Continuing Education Programme.

Co-curricular Activities: Cultural & Literary activities, Games and Sports, and Discipline are compulsory parts of the curriculum for all-round development of the personality of individuals.

·         Co-operative Education Programme for BTech

After VI Semester, every BTech student has to undergo a 5 month internship in selected Industries under Co-operative Education Programme of DEI along with a few online courses. This enables him/her not only to understand the practical environment of Industry but also prepares him/her with a solid foundation of practical knowledge to face interviews and secure a good job.


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