COURSES OF STUDY

The Collage imparts instructions in the following courses of study of the University of Delhi. Admission to the various courses shall be made in a phased program on the basis of merit and the total number of seats available in each course. The schedules of paper these courses in the first year are as following

B. A. 1 Year
Every student has to take two compulsory language courses: English, Hindi/Sanskrit and two discipline courses.

1. English A/B/C
Students who have studies :
   - English up to class XII must choose English A
   - English up to class X must choose English B
   - English up to class VII must choose English C

2. Hindi A/B or Sanskrit
Students who have studied:
  - Hindi up to class XII must choose Hindi A
  - Hindi up to class X must choose Hindi B

 3. & 4. Discipline Courses
Any one of the following combination can be chosen as two discipline courses (subject to availability of seats):
   - Economics- Political Science
   - Economics- English discipline
   - Economics- Hindi discipline
   - Economics- Mathematics
   - Economics- History*
   - Economics- Sanskrit
   - History*- Sanskrit
   - Mathematics- English discipline
   - Mathematics- Hindi discipline
   - History*- Political Science
   - Political Science- Sanskrit
   - Political Science- English discipline
   - Political Science- Hindi discipline
   - History*- English discipline
   - History*- Hindi discipline
* Paper I Ancient India or Paper II Culture in Indian Sub- Continent

B. Com. I Year
Each student will appear in the following five papers:
   - Business Organization
   - Finical Accounting
   - Business and Industrial Laws
   - Economics- Principals of Economics
   - Hindi (M. I. L)

B. Com (Honours) I Year
Each student will have to appear in seven papers at the end of I year:
   - Business Organization & Management
   - Financial Accounting
   - Macroeconomic Theory and Applications - I
   - Business Law
   - Introduction to Computers and Information System
   - Business Communication
   - Politics, Ethics, & Social Responsibility of Business

He/ she will appear in eight papers at the end of II and seven papers at the end of III year.

B.Sc. (Honours) Mathematics
Each student will have to appear in four, six and eight papers in the main subject at the end of I, II and III year respectively. In additional, he/ she will be required to appear at the end of I year in one paper in compulsory language course choosing out of English or Hindi or Sanskrit, in one paper in a compulsory interdisciplinary course out of 'Environmental issues in India, 'Hindi Language, Literature and Culture' and 'Reading Gandhi' and in one paper in Qualifying course in any language (out of English, Hindi and Sanskrit) other than the one offered above. At the end of II year each student will also appear in two papers in two discipline centered courses out of Economics, Culture in India and Sanskrit.

B. A. (Honours) Hindi
Each student will have to appear in three papers each at the end of I and II year and six papers at the end of III year in the main subject. In addition, he/ she will be required to appear at the end of I year in one paper in language course (out of English and Sanskrit), or in an interdisciplinary course - 'Hindi Language, Literature and Culture', in one compulsory interdisciplinary course out of 'Environmental issues in India' and 'Reading Gandhi' and in Qualifying course in any language (out of English and Sanskrit) other than one offered above. At the end of II year each student will also appear in two papers in two discipline centered courses out of Economics, Culture in India and Sanskrit.

B. A. (Honours) Political Science
Each students will have to appear in three papers each at the end of I and II year and four papers at the end of III year in the main subject. In addition he/ she will be required to appear at the end of I year in one paper in a language course, choosing English or Hindi or Sanskrit, in one interdisciplinary course out of 'Environmental Issues in India', 'Hindi Language, Literature and Culture' and 'Reading Gandhi' and in one qualifying course in any language (out of English, Hindi and Sanskrit) other than the one offered above. At the end of II year each student will also appear in two papers in two discipline centered courses out of Economics, Culture in India and Sanskrit.

Compulsory Test in Hindi
Students who have not passed Hindi in class VIII or any other equivalent examination will have to take a compulsory test in Hindi, Exemption is granted only to students who are Foreign Nationals.

Change of subject and transfer from B. A. Programme to Houours Courses and Vice Versa
Change of subject/ course will not be permitted unless under very special circumstances. No application of such change will be entertained after 16th of October, 2007. Under no circumstances will a student be allowed to change to a subject or course which could not have been offered to him/ her by the college at the time of admission on account of his/ her performance in the last public examination. The applications are therefore advised to offer subjects after a very careful consideration.

 

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