Admission Procedure Bachelor In Science


1.Duration of Course

The Bachelor of Science (General/Honours) course shall cover a period of three academic years and shall be Known is the first year of study as the B.SC. (General/Honours) Part 1 in the Second year of study as the B.Sc.(General/Honours) Part 2 and in the third year of study as the B.SC. (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 Science (General/Honours) if he /she has passed the Intermediate examination in Science of a Board/ Council 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. Porvided that a candidate shall not choose (1) Mathematics or/Statistics unless he/she has passed the I. Sc examination or equivalent in Mathematics (2) Physics unless he/she passed the I.Sc. or equiva First lent in Physics and Mathematics (3) Chemistry unless he/she has passed the I.sc examination or equivalent in Chemistry and Botany/ Zoology (4) Geology unless he/she has passed I.Sc examination or equivalent in Geology or he/she has passed Intermediate examination or equivalent with 45% marks in aggregate. A student may be admitted to Bachelor of Science (General/Honours) in Gelology, if he/she has secured at least 45% marks in aggregate at the Intermediate Examination in Science or equivalent thereto.

 

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

3.1 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 . divided into four papers for Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3 Papers for Part 3 according to the following structure

 

Examination Optional Subject Composition Total

B.Sc (Gen 3 papers (paper 1)

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

 

3.3 (1) A candidate for the B.Sc (General ) examination shall choose any one of the following groups (a) physics. Chemistry Mathematics (b) Botany, Zoology, Chemistry (c) Physics, Chemistry, Geology (d) Physics, Mathematics, Geology (e) Botany, Zoology, Geology (f) Botany, chemistry, Geology(g) Zoology,

 

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

(a)Hindi one full. Paper of 100 marks for each of the part 1 and part 2 examination
(b) Hindi: (50 marks) and one of the following languages (50 marks) for each of the Part 1 and Part 2 examinations.

 

Bhojpuri, Magahi, Maithili, Urdu, Bengali,Oriya, Nepali, Santhali, Mundari, Ho, Nagpuri, kharia, Kurukh, Kurmali, and English or any other language recognized by the Academic Council for purpose

 

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

4.1 A candidate for the B.Sc (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.Sc(Hons Part-1) 2 Papers(Paper1and Paper2) 2paper ( peper1 from two sub) (paper-1) 5 Papers
B.Sc(Hons Part-2) 2 Papers(Paper3 and Paper4) 2paper ( peper1 from two sub) (paper-2) 5 Papers
B.Sc(Hons Part-3) 2 Papers(Paper3 and Paper4) ………………………………………….. …………… 4 Papers
Total 8 Paper 4 Papers 2 Papers 14 Papers

 

4.2 Each of these papers shall carry 100 marks.

Provided that wherever practical examination is prescribed (1) in case of Subsidiary subject, each of the two papers shall include 25 marks for practical examination and (2) in case of and Honours subject, Papers1 and Papers2 shall carry 75 marks each and a practical examination of 50 marks . Papers3 and 4 shall carry 75 marks each and a Practical examination of 50 Marks and Papers5,6 and 7 shall be full theory papers each carrying 100 marks and paper 8 shall be a full paper of practical examination carring 100 marks.

 

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

(a) physics. Chemistry Mathematics (b) Botany, Zoology, Chemistry (c) Physics, Chemistry, Geology (d) Physics, Mathematics, Geology (e) Botany, Zoology, Geology (f) Botany, chemistry, Geology(g) Zoology, provided that a candidate shall not choose (1) Mathematics or/Statistics unless he/she has passed the I. Sc examination or equivalent in Mathematics (2) Physics unless he/she passed the I.Sc. or equiva First lent in Physics and Mathematics (3) Chemistry unless he/she has passed the I.sc examination or equivalent in Chemistry and Botany/ Zoology (4) Geology unless he/she has passed I.Sc examination or equivalent in Geology or he/she has passed Intermediate examination or equivalent with 45% marks in aggregate. A student may be admitted to Bachelor of Science (General/Honours) in Gelology, if he/she has secured at least 45% marks in aggregate at the Intermediate Examination in Science or equivalent thereto.

A Student who takes up Honours in Statistics shall Choose mathematics as one of the subsidiary Subjects. (2) A candidate shall choose either (a)or (b) for composition (a)Hindi one full. Paper of 100 marks for each of the part 1 and part 2 examination
(b) Hindi: (50 marks) and one of the following languages (50 marks) for each of the Part 1 and Part 2 examinations.
Bhojpuri, Magahi, Maithili, Urdu, Bengali,Oriya, Nepali, Santhali, Mundari, Ho, Nagpuri, kharia, Kurukh, Kurmali, and English or any other language recognized by the Academic Council for purpose

 

5.Indentical Syllabus

The syllabus of Mathematics, Statistics and Anthropology as Honours/subsidiary/Optional subjects shall be identical with those for B.A examination

 

The syllabi of Composition shall be indentical for the Honours and general courses as also with those for the B.A and B.com examination .

 

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. Minimum requirement of instruction

Not with standing anything contained in the Regulations concerning minimum requirement of teaching periods to be arranged in a particular subject:-

No fewer than five lectures in a week shall be delivered in each paper (other than a full practical paper) except in composition and General Studies in which no fewer than two lectures shall be delivered provided that if the Composition is language. At least one lecture shall be delivered in each language.


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