bachelor of science

SUBJECTS OFFERED IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(BS.C) :

  1. English (Sc.) is compulsory for all and a paper of the subject with 4 credit marks is offered in semester- I examination.
  2. In the admission form the students will have to write any two Core(Major) subjects of his/her interest
  3. (along with corresponding elective subjects) out of which major in one may be allowed.
  4. No student will be allowed to opt for Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Anthropology in degree courses, if he/she fails in the respective subjects in H.S. examination. More particularly one can not opt for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science if he/she fails in Mathematics in H.S. Examination.
  5. Students who have passed Mathematics in H.S. can only apply for Core in Statistics.
Combination of Subjects in Core Programme
Core subject Available seats Elective subject groups against the Core (Major)
Physics 40  Mathematics, Chemistry  Mathematics, Electronics
   Mathematics, Statistics  Mathematics, Computer Science
Chemistry 50  Mathematics, Physics
Botany 45  Chemistry, Zoology, Physical Education*  Chemistry, Home Science, Physical Education*
Zoology 45  Chemistry, Botany, Physical Education*  Chemistry, Home Science, Physical Education*
Mathematics 50  Physics, Chemistry, Physical Education*  Physics, Statistics, Physical Education*
   Economics, Statistics, Physical Education*  Physics, Electronics, Physical Education*
   Statistics, Geography, Physical Education*  Economics, Computer Science, Physical Education*
   Statistics, Computer Science, Physical Education*  Physics, Computer Science, Physical Education*
   Electronics, Computer Science, Physical Education*
Statistics 20  Mathematics, Physics  Mathematics, Electronics
   Mathematics, Computer Science  Economics, Mathematics
Geography 05  Zoology, Botany  Mathematics, Statistics
   Mathematics, Economics  Zoology, Home Science
   Botany, Home Science
Economics 05  Mathematics, Statistics  Mathematics, Computer Science
Electronics 30  Mathematics, Statistics  Mathematics, Computer Science
   Mathematics, Physics
Home Science 05  Zoology, Botany
Combination of Subjects without Core
  1. Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
  2. Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics
  3. Physics, Mathematics, Electronics
  4. Physics, Mathematics, Statistics
  5. Chemistry, Zoology, Anthropology
  6. Chemistry, Zoology, Geography
  7. Zoology, Botany, Anthropology
  8. Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science
  9. Mathematics, Statistics, Economics
  10. Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science
  11. Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science
  12. Economics, Statistics, Computer Science
  13. Zoology, Botany, Home Science
  14. Zoology, Chemistry, Home Science
  15. Botany, Chemistry, Home Science
  16. Geography, Chemistry, Botany

Total No. of Seats : 300

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

There will be six semester examinations at the end of every six months. Semister wise credit distribution for the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) programme is as below :

Core(Major) Programme
Semester Core Elective Complusory Skill based Total
I 5 5 × 2=10 4 - 19
II 5 5 × 2=10 - 4 19
III 8 5 × 2=10 - 2 20
IV 10 5 × 2=10 2 - 22
V 21 - - - 21
VI 21 - - - 21
Total Credit 70 40 6 6 122
Non-Major Programme
Semester Elective Complusory Skill based Total
I 5 × 3=15 4 - 19
II 5 × 3=15 - 4 19
III 5 × 3=15 3 2 20
IV 5 × 3=15 2 5 22
V 7 × 3=21 - - 21
VI 7 × 3=21 - - 21
Total Credit 102 9 11 122
  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.

A science 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.