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choice based credit system (cbcs) programme

Three-year Degree Course (TDC) under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

Programme of Study under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

TDC (CBCS) Honours Programme

TDC (CBCS) General Programme: Arts

TDC (CBCS) General Programme: Commerce / BBA

 

Three-year Degree Course (TDC) under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS):

Assam University has accepted the introduction of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) as per UGC Guidelines for Three-year Degree Courses taught in the affiliated Colleges. The main feature of the CBCS is to make undergraduate education student centric rather than system centric or teacher centric. Further, keeping with the vision of the Government, special emphasis has been given to ability enhancement and skill development of students through elective courses under these domains which every student is required to study. Under CBCS, the requirement for awarding a degree/ diploma/ certificate is prescribed in terms of number of credits to be completed by the students. To bring uniformity in the evaluation system, the University shall comply with the 10-point Grading System recommended by UGC.

Letter Grade

Classification

Grade Point

 

Grade Point

Letter Grade

O

Outstanding

10

 

8.50 - 10.00

O

A+

Excellent

9

 

7.50 - 8.49

A+

A

Very Good

8

 

6.50 - 7.49

A

B+

Good

7

 

5.50 - 6.49

B+

B

Above Average

6

 

5.00 - 5.49

B

C

Average

5

 

4.50 - 4.99

C

P

Pass

4

 

4.00 - 4.49

P

F

Fail

0

 

0.00 - 3.99

F

Ab

Absent

0

 

Absent

Ab

SGPA / GCPA Letter Grade Classification Class / Division
Honours General

8.50 - 10.00

O

Outstanding

First Class with Distinction

First Division with Distinction

7.50 - 8.49

A+

Excellent

First Class

First Division

6.50 - 7.49

A

Very Good

First Class

First Division

5.50 - 6.49

B+

Good

Second Class

Second Division

5.00 - 5.49

B

Above Average

Second Class

Second Division

4.50 - 4.99

C

Average

Second Class

Second Division

4.00 - 4.49

P

Pass

Pass Class

Pass Division

0.00 - 3.99

F

Fail

Fail

Fail

Absent

Ab

Absent

Absent

Absent

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Programme of Study under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS):

The programme of study to be called as Three-year Degree Course (TDC) under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and in short TDC (CBCS), shall be a 6-semester programme of 3 (three) years' duration and, there shall be 2 (two) programmes under TDC (CBCS) namely, TDC (CBCS) Honours and TDC (CBCS) General.

Maximum duration for the completion of a TDC (CBCS) programme of study is 5 (five) years at a stretch from the date of admission (i.e., 10 (ten) consecutive End Semester Examinations) as per the "Guidelines on Determination of a Uniform Span Period within which a Student may be allowed to Qualify for a Degree" published by UGC dated October 15, 2015.This criterion shall be strictly adhered to while determining the eligibility to appear in any ESE for Arrear Paper/s and Betterment Examination.

A registered student under TDC (CBCS) programme of study of the University shall NOT be allowed to continue simultaneously - the same or the other Programme of Study (Degree / Diploma / Certificate) of this University or other Universities including any Higher Educational Institutions except Career Oriented Programme / Skill Development / Vocational Courses / or the similar if the courses are conducted by the parent college.

In the TDC (CBCS) programme of study, a student SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO CHANGE either from TDC (CBCS) Honours to TDC (CBCS) General or vice-versa during any semester of the programme. However, Principal of a college with the recommendation of concerned HOD/s may allow a First Semester student once for such change before submission of Registration Forms to the University. Change of course / subject may be allowed as per similar procedure within stipulated period as mentioned herein, subject to availability of combination of subjects. Previous attendance shall be taken into consideration in such cases. Colleges may design a form for the students to apply for such change, and the last date of submission of such form be announced by notification.

To drop Honours or to change course / subject after the stipulated period as mentioned above, a student mar get re-admitted in First Semester, subject to the availability of seats in that particular college to continue with his/her studies in TDC (CBCS) programme of study.

A student once registered under Assam University for TDC (CBCS) programme of study, shall NOT be allowed to get admission with new Registration Number - however, the student may get admission in the First Semester of TDC (CBCS) in the same college or in other colleges during scheduled time of admission observing all admission formalities (submission of form, payment of fees etc.), subject to availability of seats / TDC (CBCS) programme of study and, such admission shall be considered as re-admission under previous Registration Number of the University. For re-admitted students the maximum duration for the completion of the programme of study shall be 5 (five) years from the date of re-admission.

Admission to immediate next higher semester (II / III / IV / V / VI semester) after each End Semester Examination (ESE) shall be mandatory for each and every student with or without "Arrear Paper/s". Such admission procedure shall start after the completion of ESE and shall be completed well before the commencement of classes for the respective semester. Procedure including the schedule of such admissions shall be notified by the concerned college for each and every semester. A student who fails to get admission in any higher semester for any valid reason may get admission in immediate next similar semester (odd or even).

Each student shall have to attend a minimum of 75% Lectures / Tutorials / Practical Classes in each paper of all the courses as per the recommended Course Structure of the concerned programme of study.

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TDC (CBCS) Honours Programme:

(Course-wise distribution of number of papers, credits and marks)

Honours

 

AECC

 

Honours Subject

Another Subject

Grand Total

 

CORE

DSE

SEC

GE

Number of Papers

2

14

4

2

4

26

Credits per Paper

4

6

6

4

6

--

Full Marks per Paper

50

100

100

50

100

--

Credits per Course

2x4 = 8

14x6 = 84

4x6 = 24

2x4 = 8

4x6 = 24

148

Full Marks per Course

2x50 = 100

14x100 = 1400

4x100 = 400

2x50 = 100

4x100 = 400

2400

Abbreviation:

CORE

:

Core Course of Honours Programme

DSC

:

Discipline Specific Core (Core Course of General Programme)

DSE

:

Discipline Specific Elective (Elective Course Specific to CORE / DSC)

GE

:

General Elective (Elective Course other than CORE /DSC)

SEC

:

Skill Enhancement Course (Skill Based Course Specific to CORE / DSC)

AECC

:

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (Compulsory Papers for all)

 

 

(English Communication / MIL Communication / Business Communication)

 

 

(Business Communication for B. Com. Students)

 

TDC (CBCS) Honours Papers

AECC

1. Environmental Studies

02 Papers

2. English / Hindi / MIL / Business Communication

CORE

Compulsory Papers of Honours subject

14 Papers

DSE

Elective Papers Specific to CORE Course (i.e. Honours Subject)

04 papers

SEC

Skill-based Elective Papers Specific to CORE Course (i.e. Honours Subject)

02 papers

GE

Elective Papers other than Honours Subject

04 papers

 

Total for TDC (CBCS) Honours Programme

26 Papers

 

Course Structure: Honours Programme

(For a course with Practical, there will be ONE Practical Paper each)

Semester

Compulsory for all learners

Core Course

Skill

Elective

Compulsory for all learners

Credits

Marks

AECC (4)

C (6)

SEC (4)

DSE (6)

GE (6)

First

English / Hindi / MIL / Business Communication

C - I

C - II

 

 

GE - I

22

350

Second

Environmental Studies

C - III

C - IV

 

 

GE - II

22

350

Third

 

C - V

C - VI

C - VII

SEC - I

 

GE - III

28

450

Fourth

 

C - VIII

C - IX

C - X

SEC - II

 

GE - IV

28

450

Fifth

 

C - XI

C - XII

 

DSE - I

DSE - II

 

24

400

Sixth

 

C - XIII

C - XIV

 

DSE - III

DSE - IV

 

24

400

Credit

2x4 = 8

14x6 = 84

2x4 = 8

4x6 = 24

4x6 = 24

148

 

Marks

2x50 = 100

14x100 = 1400

2x50 = 100

4x100 = 400

4x100 = 400

 

2400

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TDC (CBCS) General Programme: Arts (BA)

(Course-wise distribution of number of papers, credits and marks)

BA

AECC

Language Papers

Subject - 1

Subject - 2

Subject - 3

 

DSC - 1

DSE - 1

SEC - 1

DSC - 2

DSE - 2

GE

Grand Total

Number of Papers

2

4

4

2

4

4

2

2

24

Credits per Paper

4

6

6

6

4

6

6

6

--

Full Marks per Paper

50

100

100

100

50

100

100

100

--

Credits per Course

2x4 = 8

4x6 = 24

4x6 = 24

2x6 =12

4x4 = 16

4x6 = 24

2x6 =12

2x6 =12

32

Full Marks per Course

2x50 = 100

4x100 = 400

4x100 = 400

2x100 = 200

4x50 = 200

4x100 = 400

2x100 = 200

2x100 = 200

2100

 

TDS (CBCS) General BA Papers

AECC

1. Environmental Studies

02 Papers

2. English Communication / Hindi Communication / MIL Communication

Language

1. English Language

02 Papers

2. Hindi / MIL / Alternative Language

02 Papers

Three subjects are to be selected viz., Subject 1, Subject 2, Subject 3

Subject 1

DSC 1

Compulsory Papers of Subject 1

04 Papers

DSC 1

Elective Papers of Subject 1

02 Papers

SEC 1

Skill-based Papers of Subject 1

04 Papers

Subject 2

DSE 2

Compulsory Papers of Subject 2

04 Papers

DSE 2

Elective Papers of Subject 2

02 Papers

Subject 3

GE

Elective Papers of Subject 3

02 Papers

Total for TDC (CBCS) General Programme (BA)

24 Papers

 

Course Structure: General Programme (BA)

(For a course with Practical, there will be ONE Practical Paper each)

Semester

Compulsory for all learners

Core Course

Skill

Electives

Credits

Marks

AECC (4)

Language (6)

DSC (6)

SEC (4)

DSE (6)

GE (6)

First

English Communication / Hindi Communication / MIL Communication

ENG - I

DSC1 - I

DSC2 - I

 

 

 

22

350

Second

Environmental Studies

ENG - II

DSC1 - II

DSC2 - II

 

 

 

22

350

Third

 

HINL - I /

MILL - I /

ALTE - I

DSC1 - III

DSC2 - III

SEC - I

 

 

22

350

Fourth

 

HINL - II /

MILL - II /

ALTE - II

DSC1 - IV

DSC2 - IV

SEC - II

 

 

22

350

Fifth

 

 

 

SEC - III

DSE1 - I

DSE2 - I

GE - I

22

350

Sixth

 

 

 

SEC - IV

DSE1 - II

DSE2 - II

GE - II

22

350

Credit

2X4 = 8

4X6 = 24

8X6 = 48

4X4 = 16

4X6 = 24

2X6 = 12

132

 

Marks

2X50 =100

4X100 = 400

8X100 = 800

4X50 = 200

4X100 = 400

2X100 = 200

 

2100

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TDC (CBCS) General Programme: Commerce / BBA

(Course-wise distribution of number of papers, credits and marks)

B. Com (Subject and Papers as per the concerned syllabus)

B. Com / BBA

AECC

Language Papers

DSC

DSE

SEC

GE

Grand Total

Numbers of Papers

2

4

8

4

4

2

24

Credits per Paper

4

6

6

6

4

6

--

Full Marks per Paper

50

100

100

100

50

100

--

Credits per Course

2x4 = 8

4x6 = 24

8x6 = 48

4x6 = 24

4x4 = 16

2x6 = 12

132

Full Marks per Course

2x50 = 100

4x100 = 400

8x100 = 800

4x100 = 400

4x50 = 200

2x100 = 200

2100

 

TDS (CBCS) General B. Com / BBA Papers

AECC

1. Environmental Studies

02 Papers

2. Business Communication

Language

1. English Language

02 Papers

2. Hindi / MIL / Alternative Language

02 Papers

DSC

Discipline Specific Core Papers

08 Papers

DSE

Discipline Specific Elective Papers

04 Papers

SEC

Skill-based Papers

04 Papers

GE

Generic Elective Papers

02 Papers

 

Total for TDC (CBCS) General Programme Commerce / BBA

24 Papers

 

Course Structure: General Programme (Commerce / BBA)

(For a course with Practical, there will be ONE Practical Paper each)

Semester

Compulsory for all learners

Core Course

Skill

Electives

Credits

Marks

AECC (4)

Language (6)

DSC (6)

SEC (4)

DSE (6)

GE (6)

First

Business Communication

ENG - I

DSC - I

DSC - II

 

 

 

22

350

Second

Environmental Studies

ENG - II

DSC - III

DSC - IV

 

 

 

22

350

Third

 

HINL - I /

MILL - I /

ALTE - I

DSC - V

DSC - VI

SEC - I

 

 

22

350

Fourth

 

HINL - II /

MILL - II /

ALTE - II

DSC - VII

DSC - VIII

SEC - II

 

 

22

350

Fifth

 

 

 

SEC - III

DSE - I

DSE - II

GE - I

22

350

Sixth

 

 

 

SEC - IV

DSE - III

DSE - IV

GE - II

22

350

Credit

2X4 = 8

4X6 = 24

8X6 = 48

4X4 = 16

4X6 = 24

2X6 = 12

132

 

Marks

2X50 =100

4X100 = 400

8X100 = 800

4X50 = 200

4X100 = 400

2X100 = 200

 

2100

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