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B.A./B.Sc. Hons. in Library & Information Studies

BBA (Hons.)

 

Admission 2019-20

Admission Process will start after publication of West Bengal Higher Secondary Examination, 2019 result.
For any Admission related information
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Admission is open for the following Programmes:

  • B.Com (Hons.)
  • B.Com (Gen.)
  • BBA (Hons.)
  • B.A (Hons.) English
  • B.A (Hons.) Hindi
  • B.A (Hons.) Journalism and Mass Communication
  • B.A (Hons.) Library & Information Studies
  • B.A (Gen.)
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Microbiology
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Botany
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Food and Nutrition
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Computer Science
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Zoology
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Geography

 

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Application forms will be available online
  • After filling up the application form, a Challan will be generated
  • Application Fee has to be deposited physically at the College along with online generated Challan.
  • After the payment of the requisite application fee, the candidate will get the print out of the application form from the College which is to be duly signed by the candidate.
  • Compartmental or Failed candidates are not eligible for applying.

 

 

Minimum Eligibility for Admission

Basic criteria:

  1. 1. A candidate who has passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) or its equivalent Examination is eligible to seek admission in the 1st year of the 3- year B.A / B.Sc. / B.Com. (Hons / General) Course of Studies provided he / she has also passed in English having full marks not being less than 100.00.
    (Extract from University of Calcutta, Admission and Examination Regulation 2016-17 (B.Com) and 2018-19 (B.A/B.Sc. and with amendments for B.Com).
  2. For the purpose of determining eligibility for admission to the Hons. course, Aggregate marks should be calculated by adding the marks in Best Four subjects in order of marks secured by the candidate (excluding the marks for Environmental Studies / Environmental Education).
  3. A candidate taking up Hons. course must have obtained 50% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination.

    Or
    55% marks in the subject or related subject at the previous qualifying examination
    Or
    50% marks in the aggregate when the candidate has not studied the subject in his or her previous qualifying examination provided all other clauses are satisfied.

  4. However for Schedule Caste or Schedule Tribe community taking Hons. the minimum 40% marks in the aggregate or 40% marks in the subject or related subjects at previous qualifying exam as the case may be.
  5. No candidate shall be allowed for admission after a lapse of more than 5 years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination or discontinuation of recognized regular Course of Studies after passing the previous qualifying examination. The year of admission shall not be taken into account while calculating five years from the year of passing the previous qualifying Examination.

 

 

Subject Combination

BA Honours Subject Combination

BA-General Subject Combination

BBA Honours Subject Combination

B.Com. Honours Subject Combination

B.Com. General Subject Combination

B.Sc. Honours Subject Combination

 

 

Semester-wise GE Papers for Subjects

BA Honours Semester-wise GE Papers

B Sc. Honours Semester-wise GE-Papers

BA General Subject Combination Papers

 

Admission Procedure

  • Admission will be done based on Merit
  • Applicants are asked to follow the website for Merit List
  • The following documents are required to be submitted at the time of admission :
    1. Attested copies of Mark sheet and Admit card of Secondary & Higher Secondary Examination (or 10 & 10+2 Board Examinations)
    2. Attested photocopy of Age-proof certificate.
    3. Documents in support of SC / ST / OBC wherever applicable (attested photocopy) (if any).
    4. PWD certificate (if any)
    5. Migration Certificate in original, if a candidate is migrating from other Board / University except ISC / CBSE /
    6. Equivalence Certificate (if required)
    7. CU Registration certificate (if already registered)
    8. Address Proof (Photocopy)
    9. Photocopy of Aadhar Card

Note: Admission to any course in the college is provisional and is subject to the final approval from University of Calcutta.

Payment: The course fee is to be deposited at the time of admission.

Bank Account details for submission (one-time).
All payments should be made by Bank Pay Order in the name of: “T.H.K. JAIN COLLEGE”
OR
Through bank transfer (NEFT/NET Banking).

Bank account details:
Bank Name: ICICI Bank Ltd.
Branch Name: R.N. Mukherjee Road Branch
Account Number: 000601053307
IFSC Code: ICIC0000006

 

 

Course Timing

Morning Shift 6.50am - 11.10 am
B.Com (H)

Day Shift 11.15 am onwards
B.A (Hons & Genl)
B.Sc (Hons & Genl)
B.Com (Hons & Genl)
BBA (Hons) 

 

 

 


3 - YEAR SEMESTER-WISE COURSE STRUCTURE

B.Com Hons & Genl  BA & Bsc. Hons. | BA Genl. | View Fees Structure

3 - YEAR SEMESTERWISE COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.COM HONS. & GENL

 

B. Com (Hons.)

Course No. of papers Marks Credit Hours
Ability Enhancement
Compulsory Course
(AECC) Language & ENVS
2 200 2x2=4
Skill Enhancement
Elective Course (SEC)
2 200 4x2 = 8
Generic Elective (GE) 4 400 4x6 = 24
Core Course (CC) 14 1400 14x6 = 84
Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) 4 400 4x6 = 24
Total 26 2600 144

 

B. Com General

Course No. of papers Marks Credit Hours
Ability Enhancement
Compulsory Course
(AECC) Language & ENVS
2 200 2x2=4
Skill Enhancement
Elective Course (SEC)
2 200 4x2 = 8
Generic Elective (GE) 4 400 4x6 = 24
Core Course (CC) 11 1100 11x6 = 66
Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) 4 400 4x6 = 24
Total 23 2300 126

 


 

3 - YEAR SEMESTERWISE COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.A/B.SC. HONS.

 

Course Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Total
Core Course (CC) CC -1 & 2
(each of 6 credits)
CC- 3 & 4
(each of 6 credits)
CC- 5, 6 & 7
(each of 6 credits)
CC- 8, 9 & 10
(each of 6 credits)
CC 11 & 12
(each of 6 credits)
CC 13 & 14
(each of 6 credits)
14 courses
Generic Elective (GE) GE - 1
(6 credits)
GE - 2
(6 credits)
GE - 3
(6 credits)
GE - 4
(6 credits)
- - 4 courses
Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) - - - - One topic each from DSE-A &
DSE-B
(each of 6 credits)
One topic each from DSE-A & DSE-B
(each of 6 credits)
4 courses
Ability Enhancement
Compulsory Course
(AECC)
AECC - 1
(2 credits)
AECC - 2
(2 credits)
        2 courses
Skill Enhancement
Course (SEC)
    One topic from SEC-A
(2 credits)
One topic from SEC-B
(2 credits)
    2 courses
Total Credits 20 20 26 26 24 24 140

 

 

  • Core Course (CC) : To be taken from Hons. subject
  • Generic Elective (GE) : To be taken from two General subjects chosen from combination
  • Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) : To be taken from Hons. subject
  • Ability Enhancement
    Compulsory Course - 1 (AECC-1) : Communicative English/MIL (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Ability Enhancement
    Compulsory Course - 2 (AECC-2)
    : Environmental studies
  • Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) : To be taken from Hons. subject
     

 

3 - YEAR SEMESTERWISE COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.A (GENL).

 

Course Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Total
Core Course (CC) CC1 of subject 1
&
CC1 of subject 2
(each of 6 credits)
CC2 of subject 1
&
CC2 of subject 2
(each of 6 credits)
CC3 of subject 1
&
CC3 of subject 2
(each of 6 credits)
CC4 of subject 1
&
CC4 of subject 2
(each of 6 credits)
    8 courses
Language Core Course (LCC)     LCC -1
(Each of 6 credits)
LCC - 2
(Each of 6 credits)
LCC - 1
(Each of 6 credits)
LCC - 2
(Each of 6 credits)
4 courses
Generic Elective (GE) GE-1 of subject 3
(each of 6 credits)
GE2 of subject 3
(each of 6 credits)
        2 courses
Discipline Specific Elective (DSE)         DSEA-one topic each from subject 1 and 2
(Each of 6 credits)
DSEB-one topic each from subject 1 and 2
(Each of 6 credits)
4 courses
Ability Enhancement
Compulsory Course
(AECC)
AECC-1
(each of 2 credits)
AECC-2
(each of 2 credits)
        2 courses
Skill Enhancement
Course (SEC)
    SEC-A-one from
subject1/2
(each of 2 credits)
SEC-B-one from
subject1/2
(each of 2 credits)
SEC-A-one from
subject1/2
(each of 2 credits
SEC-A-one from
subject1/2
(each of 2 credits)
4 courses
Total Credits 20 20 20 20 20 20 120

 

  • Core Course (CC) : To be taken from two subjects (compulsory)
  • Generic Elective (GE) : To be taken from 3rd subject (elective)
  • Language 1 (LCC1) : English
  • Language 2 (LCC2) : English/MIL (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) : To be taken from two subjects (compulsory)
  • Ability Enhancement
    Compulsory Course -1 (AECC-1) : Communicative English/MIL (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Ability Enhancement
    Compulsory Course -2 (AECC-2)
    : Environmental studies
  • Skill Enhancement Course (SEC) : To be taken from two subjects (compulsory)

 

 

10-POINT GRADING SYSTEM FOR SEMESTER-GRADE POINT AVERAGE (SGPA) AND
CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE (CGPA)

% of Marks Grades Numerical grade points Remarks
≥ 90% to 100% A++ 9.0 - 10 Outstanding
≥ 80% but < 90% A+ 8.0 - 8.9 Excellent
≥ 70% but < 80% A 7.0 - 7.9 Very Good
≥ 60% but < 70% B+ 6.0 - 6.9 Good
≥ 50% but < 60% B 5.0 - 5.9 Average
≥ 40% but < 50% C+ 4.0 - 4.9 Fair
≥ 30% but < 40% C 3.0 - 3.9 Satisfactory
< 30% F 0 Fail
Absent Ab 0 Fail

 

 

 

 

 

College Disciplines, Rules & Regulations:

Students must abide by the college rules, regulations as may be promulgated by the College Administration from time to time. Breach of these disciplines, rules and regulations shall render them liable to disciplinary and administrative action.

General Instructions

  • Students are expected to maintain a good environment conducive to academic pursuits and restrain themselves from passing any derogatory comment towards any religion/caste/creed etc
  • Each student should carry his/her identity card inside the college which should be exhibited on demand. In case losing of Identity Card Rs.200/- will charged for issuing the duplicate Card.
  • No outsider is to be entertained inside the college premises without the prior permission from authority/teachers/staffs
  • Keep the college campus clean, use the garbage bins
  • Do not gather or loiter unnecessarily in the corridors
  • Switch off the lights, fans before leaving the classroom to save energy
  • For practical based subjects, students must attend the theory classes or they will not be allowed to attend practical classes.
  • It is the responsibility of each student to look up the notice board regularly to remain updated. Ignorance about the notices cannot be an excuse in any case.
  • Students must follow the deadline for submission of Project or Lab Note Book as given by the Department.

 

Attendance

Regular & punctual attendance is compulsory for every student. As per the regulation of University of Calcutta, student will be considered:

  1. Non-Collegiate if his/her attendance in any subject/Group of subjects falls short of 75% but not below 60%. Candidates declared Non-Collegiate may be allowed to fill in application forms for Examination on payment of requisite non-collegiate fees as per Calcutta University norms.
  2. A candidate who has not attended at least 60% of lectures delivered/practical class held in any subject/group of subject shall be considered as Dis-Collegiate and shall be debarred from appearing in any examination as per Calcutta University norms.

 

College Hours

Section Time Course
Day Section 11.00 am onwards B.A/B.Sc./B.Com. (Hons and General)

 

Disciplinary Issues

  • Students must be present in the class within the scheduled time.
  • Students must seek permission from the concerned teacher before entering or leaving during the lecture sessions.
  • Ragging, in any of its forms, is strictly prohibited inside and outside the college premises. Strict action (even rustication) would be taken against anyone found guilty in this matter (UGC Regulation 2009).
  • Students' behaviour towards the teachers, non-teaching staffs and other students should be decent and humble. Arrogant attitude or rude behaviour shown towards any would be considered condemnable and punishable as well.
  • The students should take care of college properties and be careful to prevent any kind of damage. If identified, fine will be imposed on the particular student responsible for the damage and if not identified the entire class / section has to pay for the loss.
  • Restriction of Tobacco
    Consumption of tobacco in any form (cigarette, Gutkha, Khaini) is strictly prohibited inside the college premises. Anybody found in such act would be penalized
  • Restrictions on Mobile Phone/Tab
    Use of mobile phone/tablet/similar electronic gadget is strictly restricted inside the classroom/examination hall, library, laboratories and corridors. Violation of this rule may be followed by a penalty.
  • Dress Code
    Students must dress themselves in a simple and decent manner.
  • Absence:
    For long and repeated absence on medical ground, students have to submit the prescription and certificate of a Registered Physician.

 

Library Rules and Regulations

  • Students must carry the Lending & Reference - cards with him or her to get the books issued / returned.
  • Students are not permitted to use other's Lending & Reference - cards. In case of loss of library card it should be immediately reported to the college Library, so that a duplicate card may be issued against payment of fine of Rupees 15.
  • Two books of the same kind will not be issued to students at a time.
  • Students of all the three years must get the library clearance before the final examination of University of Calcutta.
  • In case of loss of any borrowed book, it must be reported immediately to the Librarian. The student must either replace the lost book or pay the cost of the latest edition of the lost book along with overdue charges, if any.
  • Students must not bring books borrowed from other libraries in the college library. Personal belongings are to be kept at the counter at readers' own risk.
  • Library shall not be responsible for any kind of loss or damage to personal belongings left in its premises.
  • Use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the library.
  • Library Reference books will not be issued.
  • Violation of library rules or misconduct by any student may result in discontinuation of the library privileges.
  • All users must observe total silence in the library and its environs at all times.

     

 

Fees Structure

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