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CBCS      STRUCTURE

SCHEME FOR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN B.Sc. (Honours)

Semester

Core Course( CC) (14)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) (2)

Discipline Specific Elective ( DSE) (4)

Generic Elective

(GE) (4)

I

C1

[English/MIL (Bengali/ Hindi) Communication]

GE-1

C2

II

C3

Environmental Science

GE-2

C4

III

C 5

SEC-1

GE-3

C 6

C 7

IV

C 8

SEC-2

GE-4

C 9

C 10

V

C 11

DSE-1

C 12

DSE-2

VI

C 13

DSE-3

C 14

DSE-4


SCHEME FOR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN B.A/B.Com (Honours)

Semester

Core Course(CC)(14)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC) (2)

Discipline Specific Elective

( DSE) (4)

Generic Elective (GE)(4)

I

C1

[English/MIL (Bengali/ Hindi) Communication]

GE-1

C2

II

C3

Environmental Science

GE-2

C4

III

C 5

SEC-1

GE-3

C 6

C 7

IV

C 8

SEC-2

GE-4

C 9

C 10

V

C 11

DSE-1

C 12

DSE-2

VI

C 13

DSE-3

C 14

DSE-4


SCHEME FOR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN B. Sc(General)

Semester

Core Course(CC) (12)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

(AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC) (4)

Discipline Specific Elective

( DSE) (6)

I

DSC-1A

[English/MIL (Bengali/ Hindi) Communication]

DSC-2A

DSC-3A

II

DSC-1B

Environmental Science

DSC-2B

DSC-3B

III

DSC-1C

SEC-1

DSC-2C

DSC-3C

IV

DSC-1D

SEC-2

DSC-2D

DSC-3D

V

SEC-3

DSE-1A

DSE-2A

DSE-3A

VI

SEC-4

DSE-1B

DSE-2B

DSE-3B


SCHEME FOR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN B.A/B. Com (General)

Semester

Core Course(CC)(12)

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) (2)

Skill Enhancement Course

(SEC) (4)

Discipline Specific Elective

( DSE) (4)

Generic Elective (GE) (2)

I

English-1

[English/MIL (Bengali/ Hindi) Communication]

DSC-1A

DSC-2A

II

MIL (Bengali/

Hindi)-1

Environmental Science

DSC-1B

DSC-2B

III

English-2

SEC-1

DSC-1C

DSC-2C

IV

MIL (Bengali/

Hindi) -2

SEC-2

DSC-1D

DSC-2D

V

SEC-3

DSE-1A

GE-1

DSE-2A

VI

SEC-4

DSE-1B

GE-2

DSE-2B


Marks Distribution of B Sc/BA/B Com (Hons & General)[ Theory & Practical]

Sr.

no

Course

Credit

No. of hours/

week

Marks Distribution

ESE

L-T-P

CA

IA

ESE

FM

Theory

Practical

1

CC (Th+Pr)

6(4+2)

4-0-4

05

10

60

75

40

20

2

GE(Th+Pr)

6(4+2

4-0-4

05

10

60

75

40

20

3

DSE(Th+Pr

)

6(4+2

4-0-4

05

10

60

75

40

20

4

AECC

2

1-1-0

05

05

40

50

40

5

SEC(Th+Pr)

2(1+1)

1-0-2

05

05

40

50

25

15

6

AECC(ENV

S)

4

05

15

80

100

50

30(Project)

CC= Core Course, GE= Generic Electives, DSE= Discipline Specific Electives, AECC= Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course, SEC= Skill Enhancement Course, AECC (ENVS) = Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (Environmental Studies).CA = Class Attendance, IA = Internal Assessment, ESE= End Semester Examination, FM = Full Marks.

L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, P =Practical. Th= Theory, Pr=Practical

Marks Distribution of B Sc/BA/B Com (Hons & General)[ Theory only ]

Sr.

no

Course

Credit

No. of hours/

week

Marks Distribution

ESE

L-T-P

CA

IA

ESE

FM

Theory

Practical

1

CC

6

5-1-0

05

10

60

75

60

-

2

GE

6

5-1-0

05

10

60

75

60

-

3

DSE

6

5-1-0

05

10

60

75

60

-

4

AECC

2

1-1-0

05

05

40

50

40

-

5

SEC

2

1-1-0

05

05

40

50

40

-

6

AECC(ENV

S)

4

05

15

80

100

50

30(Project)

CC= Core Course, GE= Generic Electives, DSE= Discipline Specific Electives, AECC= Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course, SEC= Skill Enhancement Course, AECC (ENVS) = Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (Environmental Studies).CA = Class Attendance, IA = Internal Assessment, ESE= End Semester Examination, FM = Full Marks.L = Lecture, T = Tutorial, P =Practical. Th= Theory, Pr=Practical.

15. Grading system:

Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Based on the performance of the students, each student will be awarded Grade in subjects at the end of the semester examination following seven points grading system on the base of TEN (10). The letter grades and the corresponding grade points are as shown below:

10 Point scale

Qualification

Letter Grade

% of Marks

Grade Point

Outstanding

O

90-100

10

Excellent

A+

80-89

9

Very Good

A

70-79

8

Good

B+

60-69

7

Above Average

B

50-59

6

Average

C

40-49

5

Satisfactory

D+

30-39

4

Poor

D

20-29

3

Fail

F

Below 20

0

Absent

Ab

0

Further there shall be another grade ‘I’ (with point 0) for students for whom disciplinary action remain pending.


The Semester Grade point (SGPA) will be computed in each semester as per the following formula:

n

i=1CiGi

SGPA = n

i=1Ci

Ci= The number of credits allotted for particular course.

Gi = This is the Grade points corresponding to the grade awarded for the course

i = 1, 2.., n represent the number of course in which a student is registered in the concerned semester. The SGPA is rounded off to two decimal places.

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be computed at the end of semester as per the following formula

n

i=1*CiSi

CGPA = n

i=1*Ci

*Ci is the total credits of the corresponding semesters. Si is the SGPA of the corresponding semesters.

i = 1, 2,.... , n represent the number of the course in which a student is registered in the concerned semester. The CGPA is rounded off to two decimal places.

******All arrear papers from 1st semester to 5th semester must be cleared before being promoted to 6th semester.