bachelor of arts

SUBJECTS OFFERED IN BACHELOR OF ARTS(B.A.) :

  1. General English is compulsory for all.
  2. M.I.L. includes Assamese / Hindi/ Alt. English. (Students having major in Assamese will have to opt for two core subjects.)
  3. The students will have to mention any two major subjects in preference from Assamese, English, Economics, Political Science, History, Education, Philosophy, Geography, Mathematics and corresponding core subjects from (a) Economics (b) Political Science (c) History or Mathematics (d) Philosophy or Education (e) Home Science as shown in the below. Out of the two major subjects preferred by the students one with corresponding core subjects will be allowed on the basis of percentage of marks secured in H.S.Examination. However, it may not be the sole criterion to get admitted to any major subject. It is upto the discretion of the departments concerned. Some of the departments conduct their own admission tests to admit students to their respective major courses and necessary notification is made by them in this regard.
  4. None without the subject Logic & Philosophy in H.S.examination will be allowed to take Philosophy or without the subject Education in H.S. course will be allowed to take Education in degree courses.
  5. If a student fails in a particular subject in H.S., he/she is not allowed to opt for that subject as the major in TDC course.
Combination of Subjects in Core Programme
Core subject Available seats Elective subject groups against the Core (Major)
English 50 History, Political Science, Philosophy, Education, Economics, Home Science
Assamese 60 History, Political Science, Philosophy, Education, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Hindi 10 History, Political Science, Philosophy, Education, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Economics 60 Political Science, Philosophy, Education, Geography, Mathematics, Home Science
Political Science 60 History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Education, Geography, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Education 50 History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
History 20 Political Science, Philosophy, Education, Geography, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Philosophy 40 Political Science, History, Education, Geography, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Mathematics 05 Economics, Statistics, Home Science, Physical Education
Geography 40 Political Science, Philosophy, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Anthropology 40 Political Science, History, Economics, Home Science, Physical Education
Home Science 10 Political Science, Anthropology, Philosophy, Education, Geography, History, Physical Education
Combination of Subjects without Major

Apart from English and MIL as compulsory subjects, students have to opt for any two from the following options( from 1 to 4)

  1. Mathematics/History/Adv. Assamese/ Adv. Hindi.
  2. Education/ Philosophy/Statistics/ Anthropology/ Geography/ Comp. Science/ Home Science
  3. Political Science/ Statistics/ Home Science
  4. Economics/ Anthropology/ Home Science

There will be six Semesters examinations at the end of six months. Semister wise credit distribution for the Bachelor of Arts(B.A.) programme is as below :

Core(Major) Programme
Semester Core Elective Complusory Skill based Total
I 5 5 4+4 - 18
II 5 5 4+4 - 18
III 8 5 - 4+4 21
IV 10 5 3+3 - 21
V 21 - 2 - 23
VI 21 - - - 21
Total Credit 70 20 24 8 122
Non-Major Programme
Semester Elective Complusory Skill based Total
I 5 × 2=10 4+4 - 18
II 5 × 2=10 4+4 - 18
III 5 × 2=10 - 4+4+3 21
IV 5 × 2=10 3+3 5 21
V 7 × 2=14 4+2 3 23
VI 7 × 2=14 4 3 21
Total Credit 68 32 22 122
  1. There shall be a compulsory course on Environmental Studies of 2 credit in Semester V.
  2. There shall be 25% marks for internal assessment and 75% marks for endsemester examination in each course during every semester.
  3. A arts student having major will have to appear for a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. For a students having general course, there will be a total of 122 credits in six semesters distributed over three years. The syllabus for each course should be divided into modules or units and questions shall be set from each unit and students shall be required to answer questions from each unit.

Total No. of Seats : 445

(2% seats reserved for Extra Curricular Activities Quota. The college reserves the right to grant or deny admission to any student in this category.)