Admission Procedure Bachelor In Arts


1.Duration of Course

The Bachelor of arts (General/Honours) course shall cover a period of three academic years and shall be Known is the first year of study as the B.A (General/Honours) Part 1 in the Second year of study as the B.A (General/Honours) Part 2 and in the third year of study as the B.A(General/Honours) Part 3 Cource .

 

2. Qualification for admission

A student may be admitted to the course of instruction for the degree of Bachelor of Arts (General/Honours) if he /she has passed the Intermediate examination in Arts of a Board/University established t or incorporated by law. Or any other examination recognized Univesity as equivalent there to. Provided that for admission to the course of instruction for the Honours degree shall be necessary for a student to have obtained not less than 45% marks at the intermediate examination in the subject offered for study . or in an allied subject as determined by the Academic Council in case the subject was not prescribed for study at the intermediate level . In such case a student must have passed the Inter-mediate/Board/Council or any equivalent examination with an aggregate of 45% marks.


Provided that a student who has passed the intermediate examination is Science or Commerce shall also be eligible of the admission to the Bachelor of Arts ((honours/Genral course) if he/she passed with a minimum 50% /45% of marks in the aggregate at the I.Sc or I.Com examination.


Provided that a candidate shall not choose (1)Mathematics or Statistics unless he/she as passed the intermediate examination or equivalent in Mathematics.(2)Geography unless he/she has passed the I.A examination in Geography(3)Psychology unless he/she has passed the I.A examination in Psychology.


3. Subjects for B.A(General)examination and structure of course

A candidate for the B.A (General) examination shall be required to offer and be examined in three Optional subjects comprising nine papers and one /two languages as Composition comprising two papers . totaling eleven papers . according to the following structurs:


Examination Optional Subject Composition Total:

B.A(Gen Part1) 3 Papers(Paper1 of each three subjects) 1 Paper 4 Papers
B.A(Gen Part2) 3 Papers(Paper2 of each three subjects) 1 Paper 4 Papers
B.A(Gen Part2) 3 Papers(Paper3 of each three subjects) …………… 3 Papers
Total 3 Papers 2 Papers 11 Papers.

Each of these papers shall carry 100 marks including 25 marks for practical examination wherever practical examination is prescribed.

 

(1) A candidate for B.A (General ) examination shall choose any three of the following optional subjects(1) Any one of the following language & literatures subjects Sanskrit, Prakrit*, pali*, Arbic*,Persian*,Hindi, Bhojpuri, Magahi*, Maithili, Urdu, Bengali, Oriya, Nepali*, Mundari, Ho, Santhali, Nagpuri, Khariya, Kurukh, Kurmali and English.
(2) Ancient Indian History & Culture/Archaeology or Ancient Indian and Asian Studies.
(3)History
(4)Political Science
(5)Economics
(6)Philosophy
(7)Psychology
(8)Sociology
(9) Rural Economics
(10)Labour and social Welfare
(11)Public Administration
(12) Buddhist Studies
(13) Music
(14)Gandhian Thought*
(15) Home Science(for women only)
(16) Geography
(17)Mathematics
(18)Statistics and
(19)Anthropology

 

A candidate shall choose either (a)or (b) for composition :

(a)Hindi one full paper of 100 marks for each of the part1 and part2 examination

(b)Hindi: (50marks) and one of the following languages (50marks)for each of the part1 and part2 examinations. Bhojpuri, Magahi, Maithili, Urdu. Bengali, Oriya, Nepali, Santhali , Mundari, Ho, Nagpuri, Khariya, Kurukh, Kurmali and English or any other languages recognized by the Academic Council for the purpose.

4.Subjects for B.A (Honours) examination and structure of course

A candidate for the B.A (Honours) examination shall be required to offer and be examined in one Honours subject comprising two subsidiary subjects comprising four papers, one /two languages as composition. Comprising two-Papers, totaling fourteen papers according to the following structures:-

 

Examination Honours Subjects Subsidiary Subject Composition Total

B.A(Hons Part-1) 2 Papers(Paper1and Paper2) 2paper ( peper1 from two sub) (paper-1) 5 Papers

B.A(Hons Part-2) 2 Papers(Paper3 and Paper4) 2paper ( peper1 from two sub) (paper-2) 5 Papers

B.A(Hons Part-3) 2 Papers(Paper3 and Paper4) ………………………………………….. …………… 4 Papers

Total 8 Paper 4 Papers 2 Papers 14 Papers

 

(1)A candidate for the B.A (Honours) examination shall choose one Honours subject and two subsidiary subject from the following:-

(1)Any one of the following language & literature subjects: Sanskrit, Prakrit*, pali*, Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Bhojpuri, Maghi, Maithili Urdu, Bengali, Oriya, Nepali, Santhali, Mundari, Ho, Nagpuri, khariya, Kurukh, Kurmali and English.

(2) Ancient Indian History & Culture/Archaeology or Ancient Indian and Asian Studies.
(3)History
(4)Political Science
(5)Economics
(6)Philosophy
(7)Psychology
(8)Sociology
(9) Rural Economics
(10)Labour and social Welfare
(11)Public Administration
(12) Buddhist Studies
(13) Music
(14)Gandhian Thought*
(15) Home Science(for women only)
(16) Geography
(17)Mathematics
(18)Statistics and
(19)Anthropology

 

5. Identical Syllabus

The syllabus of Mathematics, Statistics and Anthropology as Honours/Subsidiary/Optional subject shall be identical with those for the B.Sc examinations. 5.2 The syllabi of composition shall be identical for the Honours and General course as also with those for the B.Sc and B.Com. examinations . 5.3 A compulsory paper of Environment Studies will be included in the Part-3 (hons/Gen) course of all the three faculties. As per U.G.C guideline and directives.

 

6. Examination

There shall be University examination at the end of the first , the second and the third years of study to be known respectively as the B.A (General /Honors )Part1 part2 and part3 examination. No student shall be admitted to the B.A (General) or B.A (honours)Part2. Class unless he /she has passed the B.A (General)or B.A (General) or B.A (honours)Part1 examination and the part3. Class unless he /she has passed the part2 examination. Any registered student of the University may be admitted to the B.A (General/honours) part1, part2 or part3 examination it=f the produced a certificate from the principal of a college of (a )good conduct (b) completion regular course of study in the college by fulfillment of the prescribed requirement of attendance at lectures, tutorials and or practical s and (c) having passed the college test or any other equivalent examination , for making him eligible for the University examination..

Any registered student of the University who fails in B.A (Hons./General)part1, prat2. Part3 examination. Shall be allowed to appear as anon-collegiate student in the nest two subsequent University examination of the same part Such students shall have to appear in all the papers of the course.

 

7. Practical Examination

The examination in Psychology. Music, Home Science, Geography and Statistics shall include practical examination .
The examination (other than practical) shall be conducted by means of question-papers which shall be the same at every place where the examination in a paper is held on the same day.
In as subject in which practical examination is prescribed the practical note –book of each candidate offering the subject shall be inspected by the examination who shall take the same into consideration while awarding marks for the practical examination . the practical note book which has not been signed at internals by the teachers under whom the candidate worked shall has nor be accepted. The practical note-book shall carry 10% of the marks prescribed for the practical examination. The practical examination shall include viva-voce examination carrying 10% of the prescribed for the practical examination.

 

8.Duration of examination

The examination in a theory paper or theory portion of a paper shall be of three hours duration and the examination in a practical paper or practical portion of a paper/papers shall be of six hours duration.

 

9.Pass Marks & division in B.A (Part 1) Examination

In order to pass the B.A (Genral)Part1 or Part2 Part3 examination a candidate must contain not less than 33% of the total mark in each subject of the examination, provided thant in subject involing practical examination he/she must obtain not less than 23 mark in the theory portion and 10 mark in the practical portion of each of the paper.

 

10.Pass marks & Classes in B.A. (Honours) Examination

In order to pass the B.A. (honours) Part1 Part 2 or Part 3 examination a candidate must obtain not less than 45% of the total marks in the honours subject and 33% of the total marks in each of the other subjects of the examination.


Provided the in subjects involving practical examination he/she musb obtain (i) in case of an HOnours subject, not less the 67 marks in papers in I and II taken together and 23 marks in the practical portion of hese paper or not less than 67 marks in papers III and IV taken taken together and 23 marks in the practical portion of these papers or not less than 135marks in Papers V, VI and VII taken together and 45 marks in paper VIII, as the case may be, and (II) in case of a Subsidiary Subject not less than 23 marks in the theory portion & 10 marks in the practical portion of each of the papers.


A Candidate who passes the B.A. (Honours) examination obtaining not less than 60% of the total marks in the Honours Subject in all the three parts of the examination taken together, shall be placed in the First Class.

The remaining successful candidates shall be placed in the Second Class.

A Candidate who passes the B.A. (Honours) examination obtaining 75% or more marks in any subject in all the three parts of the examination taken together, shall be declared to have passed with distinction in the subject.


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