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The College offers the following courses of study as Discipline-I (DC-I) in accordance with the regulations laid down by University of Delhi: beginning from academic session 2013-14, has introduced FYUP in the semester mode for all undergraduate courses. University Examinations will be held at the end of each semester.

1. M.A. (Hindi) The students are advised to apply directly to South Campus, University of Delhi.

2. Bachelor with Honours in – English, Hindi, Economics, History, Political Science

3. Bachelor with Honours in Science – Botany, Chemistry, Zoology, Mathematics, Physics

4. B.Tech. in Electronics


Semester System has been introduced in all Undergraduate Courses.

Admission to the FYUP courses shall be based on the eligibility criteria for DC-I as prescribed by the University of Delhi for each DC-I.

 

STRUCTURE OF FYUP WITH MULTIPLE DEGREE OPTION

Four Year Undergraduate Programme with Multiple Degree Option
Semester FC DC - I DC - II AC IMBH/CA
1. 4 2     1-IMBH
2. 3 2   1* 1-IMBH
3. 2 2 1 1 1-CA
4. 2 2 1 1 1-CA
5.   3 1 1 1-CA
6.   3 1 1 1-CA
7. 2+1 (Research Methodology
and project work)
1   1-CA
8. 2+1 (Research) 1   1-CA
 
● FC: Foundation Course
● DC-I: Discipline Course-I
● DC-II: Discipline Course-II
● AC: Applied Course
● IMBH: Integrating Mind Body & Heart
● CA: Cultural Activities include NCC, Sports, NSS, etc.
● Language Course.
 
FOUNDATION COURSES
Distribution of Foundation courses in different semesters under Four Year Under Graduate Programme (FYUP) w.e.f. 2013-14.

Semester-I/II: Group A

(i) Language, Literature and Creativity-I (Hindi/MIL/Sanskrit/Indian Literature-in lieu of MIL)
(ii) Information Technology
(iii) Science and Life
(iv) Applied Course-I


Semester-I/II: Group B

(i) Language, Literature and Creativity-II (English)
(ii) Building Mathematical Ability
(iii) History, Culture and Civilisation
(iv) Business Entrepreneurship


Semester-III/IV: Group C

(i) Governance and Citizenship
(ii) Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills

Semester-III/IV: Group D

(i) Geographic and Socio Economic Diversity
(ii) Environment and Public Health

Note:
1. If a student has studied Group A in Semester-I, he/she shall study Group B in Semester-II and vice-versa.
2. If a student has studied Group C in Semester-III, he/she shall study Group D in Semester-IV and vicer-versa.
First Year
33%
Weightage
MAIN/MAJOR DISCIPLINE (DC-I)
Choose and study a main/major discipline called Discipline Course-I (DC-I).
Four DC-I courses have to be studied, two in first semester and two in second semester.
67%
Weightage
FOUNDATION COURSE (FC)


In addition to the above main/major subject, 7 compulsory subjects known as Foundation Courses (FCs) are to be studied in the first year. These courses will broaden the horizon of knowledge and help in understanding the challenges facing the country. These FCs are also aimed at improving Communication, IT and Data Analysis skills while learning in an inter-disciplinary mode.

Second Year
34%
Weightage
MAIN/MAJOR SUBJECT (DC-I)
Four DC-I papers, two each in 3rd. and 4th. semesters to be studied.
  +
34%
Weightage
FOUNDATION COURSES
Four Foundation Courses, two each in 3rd. and 4th. semesters to be studied. The objective of these courses is to enhance knowledge in a hands-on and project mode.
   
16%
Weightage
MINOR SUBJECT (DC-II)
Four Foundation Courses, two each in 3rd. and 4th. semesters to be studied. The objective of these courses is to enhance knowledge in a hands-on and project mode.
  +
16%
Weightage
APPLIED COURSE (AC)
Choose two courses from a vast choice of skill based courses that will impart practical knowledge. This is expected to help in enhancing employability or in starting one’s own enterprise/business.
Third Year
60%
Weightage
MAIN/MAJOR SUBJECT (DC-I)
Six DC-I courses to be studied in greater depth, three each in 5th. and 6th. semesters.
  +
20%
Weightage
MINOR SUBJECT (DC-II)
Two DC II subjects to be studied to build competence outside the major area of study.
   
20%
Weightage
APPLIED COURSE (AC)
Choose two courses from a range of skill based courses that will help in employment or entrepreneurship.
 
Fourth Year
75%
Weightage
MAIN/MINOR SUBJECT (DC-I)
Study the subject at a deep level, 2+1(Research Methodology and Project Work) in seventh semester and 2+1(Research) in the eighth semester. Instructions shall be imparted in research methodology suitable for the chosen DC-I subject. Through guided work, a short dissertation will have to be written..
  +
25%
Weightage
MINOR SUBJECT (DC-II)
Two DC-II subjects to be studied to gain competence in the area.

IN FOUR YEARS OBTAIN BACHELOR’S HONOURS/B. TECH DEGREE

Reserved Seats
The categories of students for whom the seats are reserved include:
1. Scheduled Castes (15%)
2. Scheduled Tribes (7.5%)
3. Children/Widows of the officers and men of the Armed Forces (5%) (As per University Rules).
4. Foreign Students (5%)
5. OBC (27%)


The admissions under the above reserved categories shall be done as per the University guidelines and in accordance with the procedure laid down by the University from time to time.
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
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