Credits required to be accumulated for the award of the degree in new UGC CBCS is132.

The CBCS System :

 ChoiceBasedCredit System (CBCS)is an instructional package developed to suit the needs ofstudents to keep pace with developments in higher education worldwide taking him/her out of isolated compartmentalized learning environment which clearly indicatesfor each level of certification learning effort required on the part of the student in terms of creditsto be earned as well as participation in instrucitonal hours to be spent through either regular mode or through distance education mode or through distance education mode. The student in this system has considerable freedom in choosing courses and so making his/her own personalized programme/ bouquet in cafeteria mode keeping in mind necessary requirements of a major course. Except for the compulsory and core courses of the subject of his/her major, he/she is free to choose courses of his/her choice. The programme is considered completed when the student cumulates the requisite number ofsuccessful credits(passed)i.e. at least 132 creditsfor an undergraduate degree.

Eligibolty

For Admission :

 A pass in the Senior Secondary (+2) Examination (Academic Stream) conducted by H.P. Board of School Education (or in the Shasthri, pass in Prak Shastri from Sanskrit College affiliated to the HPU) or an examination accepted as equivalent thereto by the various bodies of the H.P. University.

(i) Provided that the candidates who have passed the qualifying examination with science stream shall be given preference in admission toB.Sc. Programme.

(ii) Provided that the candidates who have passed the qualifying examination with science stream shall be given preference in admission toB.Com. Programme.

Semester :

 An academic year comprising 180 working days. in the least is divided into two semesters, each semester having 90/6=15 teaching/working weeks. Considering that each teaching day has 5 teaching/working hours, a teaching week would have 5x6=30 working/teaching hours and each semester will have 30x15=450 teaching hours available for each student.

Credit :

The term 'credit' refers to the weightage given to a course, usually in terms of the number of instructional hours per week assigned to it. This explains why 'credit' istaken to mean 'credit hours'. The credits also determine the volume of course contents and delivery of programme such as lectures, tutorials, practical, assignments etc.

 For the purpose of credit determination, instruction is divided into three components:-

Lectures(L)-Classroomlectures of one hour duration.

Tutorials (T)-Special, elaborate instructions on specific topics (from Lectures) of one hour duration.

Practicals (P)-Laboratory or field exercises in which the student has to do experiments or other practical work of two hour duration.

Each one of these components is considered as equal to one credit. One Lecture (I) as well as one Tutorial (T) of one hour a week is considered as one credit, whereas one Practical (P) of two hours a week considered as one credit.The total weightage given to a course in teams of credits will be equal to I+T+P. where Listhe number of one hour lecturers per week, T isthe number of one our Tutorials per week Pisthe number of two hour Practicals per week.This can be written in symbols as:

C=L+T+P

Where, C is the credit weightage for a particular course.

The total minimum credits required for an under graduate degree programe is one hundred and thirty two (132).

For the Degree :

A regular candidate shall have to undergo the prescribed course of study in a college affiliated to the H.P. University (for a period not lessthan three academic years and not more than five academic years) Passed the examinations prescribed therefore.

For the degree (B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.) the student will have to cumulate a minimum of 132 successful credit hours of course work over aminimumofthree andmaximumoffive yearsfromthe date of admission.

The UG (TDC) programme for a regular student shall be for a minimum period of three years and a maximum of five years from the date of admission if the candidate. Each academic year shall comprise of two semesters, viz. odd and even semester shall be from June/July to October/November and the even semester shall be from November/December to April/May. There shall be in each semester not more than 90working days with 450 teaching credit hours(each working day having 6 teaching credit hours.)

Programmes of Study :

1. B.Sc. Natural Science (withChemistry /Physics/Maths/Botany/Zoology/Phy. Science/Life Science)

2. B.Com.(Commerce)

3. B.A.-Arts/Humanities/Languages(with/Hindi/Pol.Sci./History/Skt./Economics/PhysicalEducation). Provided that the followingminorsubjects combinations will be allowed with differentmajorsubjects. :

Number of Seats

 Social Science / Humanities (Pol. Science/History/Economics/ Physical Education).  

80 each

2  Languages (Hindi / English / Skt.) 

80 each

3 B.Sc./Natural Sciences (Phy/Chem./ Maths/Botany/Zoology) 

80 each

4 Commerce 140 each

One supernumerary seal for "Single Girl Child" candidate is reserved in each courses provided she fulfills the minimum eligibility criteria.

Number of Seats in all the major subjects for admission to 1st Semester of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. under CBCS are fixed. Hence the admission in the major subjects is purely on merit basis.

Note :- No. of above mentioned seats can be changed subject to the availability of Teachers & Infrastructure.

Courses in Programmes :

 The UG (TDC) programme in college affiliated to the HPU will comprise the following categories of courses:

(i) CoreCourses

(ii) ElectiveCourses

(iii)AbilityEnhancementCourse

(a) AbilityEnhancementCourses(AECC)

(b) SkillEnhancementCourse (SEC)

Outlines of Choice Based Credit System :

1. CoreCourse (14 forHonours Courses and 12 forRegularCourses):

    4 discipline specific papers each for regular courses and 2 papers each for English and Hindi/MIL in B.A./B.Com.)The purpose offixing core papersisto ensure that all the institutionsfollow a minimum common curriculum so that each institution/University adheresto commonminimum standard.Also the course designed for papers under this category aim to cover the basics that a student is expected to imbibe in that particular discipline. A course, which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core requirement is termed as a core course.

2. Elective Course:

     Generally a course which can be chosen from a pool of courses and which may be very specify or specialized or advanced or supportive to the discipline /subject /domain or nurtures the candidate's proficiency/skill is called an Elective Course.

  Discipline SpecificElective (DSE) Course (4 forHonours Courses and 2 each forRegular Course):

Elective Course offer under the main discipline/subject of study are suggestive in nature and each University has complete freedom to suggest their own papers under this category based in their expertise, specialization, requirements, scope and need. The University/Institute may also offer discipline related Elective Courses interdisciplinary nature (to be offered by main discipline/subject of study).

          Dissertation/Project :

An elective course designed to acquire special /advanced knowledge, such as supplement study/support study to a project work, and a candidate studies such a course on his own with an     advisory support by a teacher/facultymemberis called dissertation/project.

        Generic Elective (GE) Course (4 for Honours Courses and each for B.A./B.Com. Regular Course) :     

 An elective  course chosen from an unrelated discipline/subject, with an intention to seek exposure beyond disciplines//of choice is called a Generic Elective. The purpose of this category of papers is to offer the students the option to explore disciplines of interest beyond the choices they make in Core and Discipline Specific Elective papers. The list provided under this category are suggestive in nature and each University has complete freedom to suggest their own papers under this category based on their expertise, specialization, requirements,scope and need.

P.S. :

A core course offered on discipline/subject may be treated as an elective by other discipline subject and vice versa and such electivesmay also be referred to as an GenericElective.

3. AbilityEnhancement Course :

The Ability Enhancement (AE) Courses may be oftwo kinds:Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC). "AECC" course are the courses based upon the content that leadsto knowledgeEnhancement :

i) Environmental Science and ii) English/Hindi/MIL/Communication. These are mandatory for all disciplines. SEC courses are value based and/or skill based and aimed at providing hands-on-training, competencies,skills, etc.      Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) :

Environment Science, English Communication/HindiCommunication/MIL/Communication.

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) (Minimum 2 for Honours and 4 for Regular Courses :

These courses may be chosen from a pool of course designed to provide value-based and/orskill based knowledge and should contain both theory and lab/hands-on-training / field work. The main purpose of these courses is to provide studentslife-skillsin hands-on mode so asto increase their employability. The list provided under this category are suggestive in nature and each University has complete freedom to suggest their own papers under this category based on their expertise,specialization,requirements,scope and need. Practicals :

The list practical provided is suggestive in nature and each University has the freedom to add/subtract/edit practical from the list depending on their faculty and infrastructure available. Addition will however be ofsimilar nature. Choosing Courses of Study :

1. At the time of admission student will identify/select a discipline/programme of his/her choice out out of the above mentioned disciplines programmes of study. The main discipline/programme of study will be one in which he/she will concentrate and willstudy specified No. of courses according to type of degree allowed as per rules of HPU Shimla. 2. Besides, the student will also select one/two assisting disciplines based on the subject availability in college and in consultation with admission committee. The student will have to study these subjects as allied disciplines.

Layout of Degree for Bachelor with Honours 120 credits will be required.

ForBachelor Degree withBachelor with PassCourse (For oldCBCS System2015-2018).

ForBachelor PassCourse Degree 106 credits will be required.

 

Credits (Hours) Split :

Theory = 04 (4 hours)                             Theory=05 (5 hours)

Practical=02 (4 hours)                            Tutorial=01 (1 hours)

For SEC : Theory=03 (3 hours)

Skill Exam (SE)=01(2 hours)

Examination & Evaluation System :

(i) Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)

accounting for 30% of the final grade that a student gets in a course;and

(ii) End Semester Examination (ESE)

accounting for the remaining 70% of the final grade that a student gets in a course;and

(i) Continuous ComprehensiveEvaluation (CCE):This would have the following components:

(a) Classroom Attendance : Each student will have to attend a minimum of 75% Lectures/Tutorial+Practical. A student having less than 75% attendance will not be allowed ro appear in the End-SemesterExamination (ESE)

• Provided that hose having between 74% and 65% attendance will apply for exemption in a prescribed formaccompanied by clearreason(s)for absence to the authorised functionaries.

• Provided that hose having between 74% and 65% attendance will apply for exemption in a prescribed formaccompanied by aMedicalCertificate froma Government Hospital.

• Provided exemption from75% attendance will be given to those participating in prescribed co-curriucular activities (e.g. NCC, NSS, Youth Festivals, Sports etc.) to the extent of 25% (making the necessary attendance as 50% in these cases). Howeverthe claimforthis exemption should be supported by authenticated certificate fromthe concerned college authorities.

• Provided furtherthat those getting these exemptions will not be entitled for getting theCCEmarksfor classroomattendance as given below :- Those having greater than 70% attendance will be awarded CCE marks as follows :

> 75 but < 79%.                 1marks

> 80 to < 84%.                   2marks

>85 but< 89%.                   3marks

> 90 but < 94%.                 4marks

> 95 but < 79%.                 5marks

(b) Mid-TermTests-Therewill be oneMid-TermTest, after 45 teaching day & will be of 15 marks.

It is Mandatory to appearinmid-termtest&mustscore 45% marksto become eligible for end-term examination.

Question paperforthemid-termtests will be set by the teacher ofthe course and will be evaluated by him/her.

Evaluated test booklets will be provided to the students((shown in class) and they can b e given photocopies ofthe same forthe cost of photocopying.

(c) Seminar/Assignment:

(i) The 10marks oftheCCE will be awarded on the basis ofseminar/assignment etc. That the course teacher might give to the studentsp

(ii) The remaining 5marks oftheCCE will be awarded on the basis of attendance as per criteriamentioned above.

(iii)End-SemesterExamination(ESE):

The remaining 70% ofthe final grade ofthe student in a course will be on the basis of an end-semester examination (ESE) that will be for three hours duration and will be covering the whole syllabus ofthe course.

For the Odd Semestersthe ESE will be in the month of October/November and for Even Semesterit will be themonth ofApril/May.

A candidate who does not passthe examination(ESE) in any course(s)(or due to some reason is not able to appearin such failed course(s) ESE in the subsequence ESE to be held in the following October/November or April/May asthe case may be.

If a student is not permitted tp appear in the ESE due to shortage of attendance beyond the exemption lomit (<50% attendance), the candidate will be permitted to move to the next semester. Such candidates shall redo themissed semester after completing the rest of the programme.

The question paper for the ESE will be set by the Controller of the HP by a period.

RIGHT TO APPEAL :

       The photocopies of the evaluated answer book bill be made available to the students on demand for a fee (to be decided depending on the cost ofreproduction per answer book)to be paid in advance.

      The student will have the right to make an appeal against any component of evaluation. Such appeal has made to the Principal of the college on a prescribed form and should clearly state in writing the reason(s) for the comprising/appeal.

     The appeal will be placed before the Grievance Redressal Committee (GRC) Chaired by the College Principal, comprising :

(1) For cases pertaining to themajorsubject(Core or ElectiveCourses):The Head ofthe Department, course teacher, and a seniorTeacher ofthe department.

 (2) For cases pertaining to the Electives ofthe minorsubjects:The Head of the Department, (ofthe Major), CourseTeacher, and a SeniorTeacher ofthe Department of the major subject.

       The committee will consider the case and may give a personal hearing to the appellant before deciding the case.The decision ofthe committee will be final.

       The marks obtained in the CCE and the ESE will be combined and used for the deciding of the course grade that the student will be getting. Relative grading will be done by the office of the COE HPC for each course classin all the colleges.

       Conversion of percentage into credit(s) and the grade(s) :- The following illustrations could be taken as an example for computing SGPA and CGPA from percentage to credits for Honours course in all disciplines, degree programcoursesin Humanities, Social Science andCommerce Subjects.

1. Percentage to Grades and grade Points :

The following formulamay be used to convertmarks(%)into letter grades.

Let X=mean of %agemarks of allstudents appeared in the paper.

Ó=Standard Division.

m=% of marks obtained.

Minor variations may be adjusted by the individual institutions :

1. A student obtaining Grade F shall be considered failed and will be required to reappearin the examination.

2. For non credit course 'Satisfactory' or 'Unsatisfactory' s hall be indicated instead of the letter grade will and this will not be counted forthe computation of SGPA/CGPA.

3. The universities can decide on the grade of percentage of marks required to pass in the course and also the CGPA required to qualify for degree taking into consideration the recommendations of the statutory professional council such asAICTE, MCI,BCI, NCTEetc.

4. The statutory requirement for eligibility to enter as assistant professor in the colleges and universities in the disciplines of Arts, Science and Commerce etc. is minimum average marks of 50% and 55% in the relevant postgraduate degree respectively for reserved general category. Hence it is recommended that the cut offmarksfor gradeBshall not be lessthan 50% and for gradeB+, itshould not be less than 55% underthe absolute grading system. Similarly cut offmarksshall be fixed for gradeBand B+ based on on the recommendation ofthe statutory bodies(AICTE, NCTEetc.) ofthe relevant discipline.

Conferment of the Bachelor's Degree :

      The result would be declared by the COE if the Himachal Pradesh University and Degree conferred.A candidate shall be eligible for the conferment of the Bachelor's degree only if he/she has earned the minimum required required creditsforthe programme prescribed therefore (i.e. 132 credit).

      The University will confer the Degree when these conditions are met.

      The top three scores in the each subject will be granted Gold, Silver and Bronze medals (to the First, Second and Third ranks respectively) by the HPU.

Revision of Regulations and Curriculum :

Whenever necessary, the HPU may from time to time revise, amend, and change the regulations and curriculum, after the due approval of the different bodies and authorities of the University.

College Fees and Dues as approved by the Government :

a) Every studentmust pay dues on the dates notified fromtime to time.

b) Failure to pay dues on the notified date will entail a fine ofRe. 1/- per day.

c) Fee&funds once deposited shall not be refunded in any case.

d) Library security will be refunded within one year ofleaving the college otherwise itwill lapse automatically.

e) Ifstudent does not deposit college fee&dues assecond instalment in time, his/her name will automatically be struck offfromthe college rolls.

f) Specialfine if any can be imposed by the college.

g) On migration from other institution, funds for the entire session including library security and tuition fee fromthe time ofjoining the college shall be charged.

h) Registration fee will not be charged from a student migrating from another college if he/she is already registered with Himachal Pradesh University.

DETAILS OF FEES AND FUNDS FOR THE SESSION 2020-2021

 

Note : The above fees and funds are subject to change as per HPU/HP Government instruction

Important :

i) Stringent action will be taken againststudentfound guilty of breaching conduct or discipline rulesin the college campus, by the college administration.

ii) Defaultersincluding students whose name has been struck offroll(s) are not allowed to enterthe college premises until exonerated orreadmitted appropriately.

1. ATTENDANCE:

i) At least 75% lecture attendance is compulsory for appearing in the University exam.

ii) Irregularstudents or one who remains absent continuously for 7 daysfrom College/any elective subject, his his/her name will be struck-offfromthe college rolls.If name of a student isstruck-offtwice, he/she will not be re-admitted to the college.

iii) Astudent isliable to pay all dues and fines aslong as his/her name remains on the college rolls.

iv)The Principalreservesthe right of expulsion/suspension of any student ifthe situation warrantsso.

2. LEAVERULES

i) Application for any kind ofleave on the prescribed proforma should be submitted well in time. ii) Leave up to three days will be sanctioned by the concerned subject teacher.

ii) The Head of Department is competent to sanctioned by Dr. Anil Kumar.

v) In case of medical leave for a period of six days or more the applicant must produce a medical certificate.

IMPORTANT :

      Students participating on inter-college competitions should not that the practice/rehearsal timing should be either before the classes (early morning) or after the classes (evening) because all such activities do notsubstitute academics/studies.

Library Rule :

      Every student will be issued an Identity Card. Since "I-Card" is the only medium to identify/differentiate a bonafide college student from an outsider, every student must always carry it with him/her and must produce it whenever required (during all working days, examination(s) and college function(s) etc.). Otherwise he / she will be considered as outsider and will be punished accordingly.

      If the I-Card oslost, a duplicate and will be issued only after an FIR isregistered with the nearest police station and as original copy thereofis appended with such a request.

      Rs. 20/-are to be deposited for a duplicate Identity Card.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS :

     The college offers various scholarships and awards to poor and meritorious students, regulated by the rules available in the college.

Government of India Scheduled Caste/Tribe Scholarship.

I IRDPScholarship.

Minority student'sscholarship scheme.

Handicapped scholarship.

District Soldiers Board Scholarship.

 These scholarships are awarded to students as per norms and rules prescribed by the department. The studentsshould apply forthese scholarship through an application recommended by the scholarship committee by 15.09.2019.

PARANTS-TEACHER ASSOCIATION

This association has working activities since 1999. PTA contributes regularly by the college. The college is preparing to establish Old Students Association (OSA) As O.S.A. makes the prospective

OSA

students feel the transformative touch after they join this prestigious institution of learning.

CSCA

     The college student body called the CSCA is elected as per the norms and direction of HPU. It follows the recommendations of Lyngdoh Committee. The CSCA extends helping hand during the college admission and in the smooth functioning of all activities.

ACTIVITIES IN THE COLLEGE

SPORTS

      In addition to teaching physical education as a subject, the college provides optimum facilities for various games, viz. cross country, athletics, cricket, hockey, volley ball, football, kho-kho, kabadi, handball, basketball, boxing, judo, table tennis, badminton and weightlifting etc. Inter college competitions in various games are held by HPU every yearto promote the sportsmanship spirit among students. Students ofthis college have also brought laurels by excelling in various games at National Level. The college sports persons also have accessto gymnasiumfacility.

CULTURE ACTIVITIES

     ACTIVITY DAY,it is celebrated once in a week to motivate the studentsto participate in activitieslike quiz, debate,seminars etc.

YOUTH FESTIVAL

      It is organized by University in four group-I, II, III & IV. The student having highly commended position in youth festival are given reservation in HP University PG Courses.

INTER FACULTY CULTURAL FUNCTION 'RANGOTTSAV'

     An inter faculty cultural function is held for students to represent in various activities based on the format of HP University YouthFestival

NSS, ROVERS & RANGERS & RED CROSS SOCIETY

    To include the qualities of leadership, socialservice, discipline and patriotism among the youth following units are being run in the college.

NSS: Presently the college has01NSSUnits comprising 100 students.In units33%seats are reserved for girls. The students who attend 240 hours ofsocialservice and attend "7 single days" special camp are given a special benefit of 2% marks at the time of admission.

ROVERS & RANGERS :It is worldwide association of disciplined volunteers. It hastwo wings, one for girls(rangers) and one for boys(rovers).The students who obtain aNIPUN certificate are eligible for 2% marks weightage while seeking employment in railways and other government institution. College is planning to establish to establish it is the session 2019-2020.

RED RIBBON CLUB

       The club aims at launching an exhaustive campaign against AIDS. It educates and sensitized college youth and general public about AIDS. Any college student can get registered as volunteers of this club.

COLLEGE MAGAZINE 'Jwala Shree'

      To nourish the creativity among the studentsthe collegemagazine 'Jwala Shree' is published every year has many section like Hindi, Sanskrit, Pahari, English and Science etc. One student editor for each section is appointed in the beginning of academic session.

CAREER GUIDANCE, COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT CELL

The UGCformulated 'Career GuidanceCounseling and PlacementCell' has been constituted in the college withanaimtopreparethestudentsforjobandselfreliance.Thecellconsistofcorecommitteeandvariousfaculty wise sub-committee which undertake the following activities time to time.

1. 'Pre-Admission Guidance & Counseling Committee' will provide pre-admission coaching to all the admission seekers particularly in the humanities. The committee also provide them their expert inputs regardingchoiceof subject.

2. SubCommitteeswill organize tutorials, competitions, group discussion,interactive session etc.to raise the level of inherent capabilities ofstudents.

3.In order to enhance communication skills and softskills of the students, various activities will be organized which will make students confident enough to face interviews group discussion.

4. Thestudentwillbegiven awareness aboutthe prospectusof highereducationin theirfuture.Theywillalsobe aware of job opportunities available in theirstream/subject in the market/indusry. The cell will provide the placement opportunities to students to students by facilitating various companies /private firm conducting job programs/tests/interviews etc.

TUTORIAL GROUP

After the admission every student is made a member of a specific tutorial group convened by a tutor. According to the need and convenience ofstudents, every group organized at least one or two meetings every monthwhere the tutor give special attention to the student by imparting necessary guidance, increasing general, awareness and addressing their academic as well as personal problems.

FEEDBACK APPRECIATION

 A SuggestionBox isinstalled in the collegeCampusto invited the general advice,suggestion orinformation from the student above how good or useful the institution work is and what measures can be adopted to make its function more meaningful, purposeful and result oriented.

TEACHER APPRAISAL

The teachers are evaluated by theirstudentstwice during the academic session through a 'PrescribedFeedback Per forma'.

CLUB AND SOCIETIES  

ThecollegehasenergyClub,CulturalActivitiesClub,EnvironmentalClubandSubjectSocietiestocelebrate various notified days and events to educate the students throughout the year.

ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION

     Annual function ofthe college is organized inmonth offebruary/March every year.In thisfunction prize are given to the students achieving distinction at college/ Univ./Inter.Univ.level in NSS, House exams, University exams, sport and other co-curricular activities organized throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

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