Sarojini Naidu College for Women

Online Admission 2019-20

PROGRAMME OPTIONS AVAILABLE IN THE COLLEGE

For BA/BSc Honours Programme: 

Gr. I.:               Physics (PHS), Zoology (ZOO), Education (EDC), Physical Education (PED)
Gr. II :              Mathematics (MTM), History (HIS), Environmental Science (ENV)
Gr. III :            Chemistry (CEM), Sociology (SOC), Sanskrit (SAN)
Gr.IV :             Botany (BOT), Economics (ECO), Food & Nutrition (FNT)
Gr. V :             Political Science (PLS)
Gr. VI :            Geography (GEO), Molecular Biology (MLB), Psychology (PSY), Philosophy(PHI), Journalism & Mass Communication (JOR)
Gr. VII :          English (ENG)
Gr. VIII :         Anthropology (ANT), Computer Application (CMA), Computer Science (CMS), Bengali (BNG), Hindi (HIN)

* Subject code of Commerce papers is FAC and that of BBA Hons is BBA; while these two programmes do not mix with BA/BSc.

 

 

Computer Applications: A student studying Computer Applications will be given B.Sc General degree if he/she earns required number of credits in the structure appropriate for B.Sc General and chooses at least one discipline from science group besides Computer Applications.

A student studying Computer Applications will be given B.A. degree if he/she earns required number of credits in the structure appropriate for B.A. General and chooses the other main discipline (and not the Generic Elective) from Arts & Humanities group besides Computer Applications.
Psychology : A student will be given B.A. General degree in Psychology if the candidate earns required number of credits in the structure appropriate for B.A. General and chooses the other main discipline (and not the Generic Elective) from Arts & Humanities group besides Psychology.

Economics: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Economics if he/she has passed in Mathematics at the H.S. or its equivalent Examination. However, it is advisable that a student pursuing Honours in Economics takes Mathematics as a Generic Elective (for pursuing higher studies in the subject in future).
A student shall be given B. Sc Honours degree in Economics if he/she takes up at least one discipline from the Science group for his/her Generic Elective and shall be awarded B. A Hons degree in Economics if both the disciplines chosen for Generic Electives are from the Arts & Humanities group.
A student will be given B.Sc degree in Economics if he/she earns required number of credits in the structure appropriate for B.Sc General and chooses at least one discipline from science group besides economics.
A student will be given B.A. degree in Economics if he/she earns required number of credits in the structure appropriate for B.A. General and chooses the other main discipline (and not the Generic Elective) from Arts & Humanities group besides economics.

Mathematics: a candidate, who has passed Mathematics (and not Business Mathematics) at H.S. level, is eligible for admission to Mathematics Honours course. A student will only be given the B.Sc degree for Mathematics subject. It is mandatory for the student to choose both the subjects from the Science group  to be eligible for the aforesaid degree.

Physics: Students studying Honours in Physics will have to take elective subjects as stand hereunder and in conformity with Grouping of subjects:
(a) One of the subjects: Mathematics and (b) Any one of the subjects: Chemistry, Electronics, Statistics, Computer science.

Computer Science: Students studying Honours in Computer Science will have to take Generic Elective subjects as stand hereunder and in conformity with Grouping of subjects:
Two disciplines from the following list : Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Electronics

Anthropology: Students pursuing Honours in Anthropology should take Generic Elective disciplines from the Science Group.

Geography: A student will only be given the B.Sc Honours degree for Geography subject. Students studying Geography will have to take two disciplines as generic elective subjects from the disciplines mentioned hereunder and in conformity with Grouping of subjects:
Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Political Science, Zoology, Anthropology.

A student who wants to study B.Sc General with Geography as one of the Core subject will have to take the other two subjects from the disciplines mentioned hereunder and in conformity with Grouping of subjects:
Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Political Science, Zoology, Anthropology.

Food and Nutrition: A candidate shall be allowed to take up Honours in Food and Nutrition if he/she has passed in Chemistry at the H.S. Examination and has to take up Chemistry as one of the elective subject.
A student will only be given the B.Sc degree for Food and Nutrition subject. It is mandatory for the student to choose both the subjects from the Science group to be eligible for the aforesaid degree.

 

For BA/BSc General  Programme:

Stream

I

II

III

IV

B.A. (Gen)

HISG
[ECOG]

PHIG
JORG
[PSYG]
[CMAG]

PLSG
ENGG
BNGG
HING

EDCG
SOCG
SANG

B.Sc. (Gen)

MTMG
ENVG
FNTG
BOTG
ECOG

CEMG
ANTG
CMAG
CMSG
MLBG
GEOG
PSYG

PHSG
ZOOG
PEDG
[PLSG]

 

EXCEPTIONS:

 

For B.Com General Program:

       For B.B.A.  Hons Program:

 

 

 

 

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