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Choice Based Credit System



The H.P. University switched over from the annual system of examination to semester system of examination with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from the session 2013-14 with a view to improving quality of education and the employability of the work-force. Now a candidate shall have to undergo the prescribed courses of study in a period not less than three years or more than five academic years from the date of admission. A candidate will not be allowed more than three attempts to pass a course

Courses:



B.A. Programme :

Eligibility Condition: 10+ 2 or equivalent examination of a Board/University estd. by Law in India with pass in four written subjects (including English) with 33% marks
OR
Provided that a student seeking admission to BA-I with Mathematics as one of the subject of study, should have either 45% marks in aggregate or 45 % marks in Mathematics at +2 level.

Subject Combinations

One Major and two Minor/ Elective Subjects are to be chosen by a student from the groups given below taking care not to choose more than one subject from the same group. However, a student opting for a Major in Hindi / Sanskrit / English can opt for only one language other than the major as one of the elective subjects. Major courses in Dance, Painting, and Commercial Arts are not being offered by the College.


GROUP

MAJOR / MINOR COURSES

1 

English/ Music Vocal/ Music Instrumental/Dance/Painting/ Commercial Art/ Home Science, Geography / Journalism & Mass Communication.

2 

Hindi / Economics / History / Philosophy.

3 

Sanskrit / Political Science / Public Administration / Mathematics / Sociology.

 Students of 3rd and 5th semester will continue with subject combination opted earlier. They have to take Roll on admission within 10 days of opening of the college.

Note:


In addition to Major and Minor courses opted in BA-I Semester student will have to study compulsory and Hobby/G.I. Courses in untill Third Semester as per the scheme prescribed by the college administration.




FACULTY OF COMMERCE

B.Com. Programme

For admission to B.Com. I, the candidate should have passed +2 examination of any recognized Board with Maths/Economics as a compulsory subject at +2 stage.

A student is to choose subjects as per the courses offered by the department as per syllabus approved by Board of Studies



FACULTY OF SCIENCE

B.Sc. Programme

A student is to choose one Major and Two Minor/ Elective subjects as per the details given below:

Major Courses

Minor Courses (Two subjects)

Physics         

Mathematics /Chemistry /Computer Applications

Chemistry

Physics /Mathematics / Botany / Zoology / Computer Applications

Botany

Zoology / Chemistry / Home Science / Computer Applications

Zoology

Botany / Chemistry / Home Science / Computer Applications

Home Science

Botany / Zoology / Chemistry / Computer Applications / Geography

Mathematics

Physics / Chemistry / Computer Applications / Geography



Compulsory and Hobby/G.I. Courses

A minimum of three and a maximum of six compulsory courses and one Hobby/G.I. Course are to be passed by all students enrolled for a U.G. Degree. However, a student:

  • Majoring in language will not do Compulsory course in that language.
  • Majoring in a particular Social Science subject will not do Compulsory Course in that particular Social Science.
  • Majoring in Science Subjects will not do Compulsory Basic Science Subjects.
  • Note: A student is to study two courses each in First, Second and third semester.
  • However, Compulsory Courses being offered by the College in First, Second and Third Semester are given below.

Stream

First Semester

Second Semester

Third Semester

Compulsory-I

Compulsory -II

Compulsory -III

Hobby/GI

Compulsory-IV

Compulsory-IV

Arts

Functional English

  1. Majoring in Group I Hindi or Sanskrit
  2. Majoring in Group II Geography of H.P.
  3. Majoring in Group III Indian Constitution, Hindi or Compulsory Sanskrit

Compulsory English

Communication Skills in English/ Dance/ Music(v)/ Painting/ Basic Cookery* /Sitar/ Home Craft*

Allotment of compulsory course in this semester will be decided after filling of admission forms in which students will specify courses already studied in semester I & II

EVS (audit pass course)
is compulsory for all
students Arts, Science and commerce

Science

Functional English

  1. For Student Majoring in Physics and Maths Compulsory Hindi
  2. For Student Majoring in Chemistry and Botany Geography of H.P.
  3. For Student Majoring in Zoology and Home Science Indian Constitution

Compulsory English

Window Operating System / Basic Numeracy

Commerce

Functional English

Indian Constitution

History of H.P.

Economic Terminology / E-Commerce



ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS (B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.I)

1 Must have passed +2 examination or equivalent of a Board/Univ. established by law in India, with pass in four written subjects, including English. However, students from National Open School will be eligible for admission to B.A.I only if they have cleared all the five subjects including English.
2 Students from the vocational stream can get admission to BA/B.Com/B.Sc.I without having Maths/Eco and Maths./Bio., as the case may be, as one of the compulsory subjects at +2 level, provided she has the requisite pass percentage.
3 a). Minimum percentage of marks for admission to Science is 50%.
b). Minimum percentage of marks for admission to B.Com.I is 45% in +2 examination with either Mathematics or Economics as one of the subjects; 40% in +2 examination with commerce subject.
Note: The minimum percentage for admission to B.Sc.I and B.Com.I shall be relaxed by 5% in case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe.
4 Students placed under compartment in +2 class will be eligible for admission in Ist year of 3 year degree course in Arts if she obtains :
a). Minimum 20% marks in the subject of compartment OR
b). 40% marks in aggregate after including 33% marks in the subject of compartment.
5 Applicants not admitted in the Science course due to limitation of seats and not figuring in the merit list may seek admission in the Humanities (Arts) subjects well before the last date for admission.
6 Twice failed in any class and fail in all subjects will not be re-admitted to the college. (ord. 3.4)
7 Students migrating to B.A.II must ensure that the syllabus studied by them in the previous recognized University is identical to that of the H.P.U.
8 A gap of one year in studies requires an affidavit. A gap of more than one year will not be entertained. 
9 RL/CS candidates will be given provisional admission to the same class till declaration of results and promotion; RLA candidates will be provisionally admitted to the next class and those with RLL are directed to seek admission in previous class before last date of admission as and when they are declared 'pass'. 
10 A candidate who has attained 25 years of age on July1, 2010 will not be admitted to B.A/B.SC/B.Com.I.The       upper age limit will be raised by 3years for SC/ST candidates.
11 Change  of subjects /subject combination is allowed only with the permission of the principal with in 14days from the last date of admission. Applications for change must be made on the prescribed form, along with a fee of 5/-per subject. Change of Faculty is allowed only from commerce/Science group to Arts and not vice versa.   
12 Candidates  admitted  in the college should deposit the dues (fees) in time, failing which the admission will stand cancelled. 
13 Foreign students will be admitted  only if they have a valid student Visa for admission to this institution.  
14 Those students whose character and conduct not found satisfactory during the previous  year will not be given     admission. 
15 The College Admission Committee grant admission on merit basis depending upon the number of seats              available.  
16 In no case will the admission be made after the last date notified.  
17 The forms with over-writing and cutting will not be accepted.  
Note:The principal has the power to refuse or terminate any admission if the conduct of a student during her stay in the college is found unsatisfactory.

FEE SCHEDULE
College Fee and other charges are to be paid on dates notified by the college office for each class. If a student fails to pay her fees till the months in which the fees and fines are charged, her name will be struck off the college rolls. The re-admission fee of Rs. 100/- the first time and Rs.200 the second time will be charged. Rejoining, however is at the discretion of the Principal. No Tuitionss fee would be charged from Bonafide Himachali Girl Students (Attach Bonafide Certificate)

Detail of fee / Funds to be charged from the students of undergraduate classes during the session 2011-2012

 

B.Sc. I (Med.)

B.Sc. I        (Non-Med.)

B.A. I/ B.Com. I

B.A. II/ B.Com. II

B.A. III/ B.Com. III

B.Sc. II/ B.Sc. III (Med.)

B.Sc. II/ B.Sc. III (Non-Med.)

Remarks

Govt. Charges
1. Admission Fee
Total
University Funds
1.Registration/Cont.
Fee
2. Univ. Sports Fund
3.Youth Welfare Fund
4. Holiday Home Fund
Total
College Annual Charges
1. Library Security( Refundable)
2. House Exam Fee
3. Magazine Fund
4. Identity Card Fund
5. Medical Fund
6. Red Cross Fund
7. NCC Fund
8. Student Aid Fund
9. a)Amalgamated Fund( @25/- per month)
b)sports and cultural activities (@20/- per month)
10. Building Fund
(@10/- per month)
11. Furniture Repair/ Replacement

12. Campus Dev./Beautification/
upkeeping  fund
13. Book replacement fund
14.Chem./Phy./Bio Science Fund @20/- per month.
15.CSCA Fund
16.Rovers and Rangers Fund (@5/- per month)
17. Cultural Activity Fund
18. Computer and internet facility Fund
Total
Sub Total
PTA Fund
Grand Total

 

25.00
25.00

30.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
61.00

 

100.00
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

720.00

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
1743.00
1829.00
200.00
2029.00

 

25.00
25.00

30.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
61.00

 

100.00
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

480.00

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
1503.00
1589.00
200.00
1789.00

 

25.00
25.00

30.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
61.00

 

100.00
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

……

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
1023.00
1109.00
200.00
1309.00

 

25.00
25.00

10.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
41.00

 

……..
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

……

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
923.00
989.00
200.00
1189.00

 

25.00
25.00

10.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
41.00

 

……..
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

……

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
923.00
989.00
200.00
1189.00

 

25.00
25.00

10.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
41.00

 

………
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

720.00

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
1643.00
1709.00
200.00
1909.00

 

25.00
25.00

10.00

15.00
15.00

1.00
41.00

 

……..
25.00
50.00
10.00

6.00
10.00
5.00
2.00

300.00

240.00

120.00

10.00

10.00

25.00

480.00

10.00

60.00

20.00

20.00
1403.00
1469.00
200.00
1669.00

1. Rs. 180/-per annum will be charged from the students opting for Geog/Psycho/Com. Art/ Painting/Phy. Edu. / Sculpture / Music in BA I,II & III.
2. Rs. 300/- per annum will be charged from the students opting for Home Science in BA I,II & III.
3. Rs. 180/- per annum will be charged from the students of B.Com. III , B.Sc. III (Non-Medical) and Students of BA III with Maths as Computer Practical Fee.
4. Migration Fee : Rs. 50/-will be charged as migration fee  from the students who have passed their +2 other than HP Board.
5. Late admission Fee Rs. 10/- per day will be charged after 10th June 2011 upto 20th June 2011 and after that no admission will be allowed.
6. Re-admission fee first time: Rs.100/-
Re-admission fee second time: Rs. 200/-
7. For issuing duplicate Identity Card Rs.20/- will be charged.

Absence &other Fines for all students
Note
  1. In addition to above Fee and Funds Tuition Fee of Rs.600.00 will be charged from non Himachali Candidates.
  2. The above fee and funds are subject to change as per HPU/HP Govt. instructions.
  3. Funds once deposited are not refundable in any case.
  4. Students migrating from other colleges will have to deposit full fee and funds.

HOUSE EXAMINATION AND LECTURE ATTENDANCE

-It is compulsory to fulfil Lecture Attendance and CCA conditions as laid down by the University. The counting of lecture/attendance will start from the notified date. In case any student fails for fulfil any condition, she will not be allowed to sit in the End Semester Exams (ESE) as per Resolution of the Academic Council of H.P. University.
-It is obligatory for all students to take the class tests, Saminar, Assignment and Quiz Tests given by the subject teachers from time to time in addition to Two Mid-Term Tests to be held by the college.
Note : Mid-Term Test-I and II will be held after the commecement of 7th and 15th week of every semester.

ACADEMIC PRIZES

Prizes are awarded at the Annual Prize Distribution Function of the College for obtaining First and Second position in the aggregate as well as in individual subjects both in pass course and Honours in the Annual Examination, provided a student has).(1) Passed in all the subjects offered and (ii). Obtained a minimum of 50% in the subject in which the academic prize is claimed.
A student securing a position in the Merit List of the University is awarded a Roll of Honour and a prize.
A student having 100 percent attendance in any subject may get a prize.
Outstanding performance in Sports, NCC, NSS, Cultural activities etc. will also be awarded prizes as per the rules in force from time to time.

SCHOLARSHIP

The College offers the following Scholarships & Concessions:
i. Indira Gandhi Utkrishta Chattervitti Yojna Merit Scholarship.
ii. IRDP Scholarship
iii. Scholarship to the children of Armed forces personnel killed/disabled during different wars.
iv. Post-Matriculation scholarship to SC/ST/OBC students.
v. National merit scholarship.
The eligible students are directed to obtain scholarship forms from the college office and submit these forms complete in all respects within the specified dates. Members of the scholarship committee, after screening the forms, help students in the on-line submission of forms.