ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

•   A  candidate  who  has  passed +   2 examination   from   any   recognised Board/University in India the equivalence of which is recognised by Panjab University is eligible for admission to the 1st year of BA degree  course  if  she  has  obtained  33% marks in the aggregate of the qualifying examination.

•   Candidates   who   have   passed + 2 examination  from  the  recognised  Open Schools  are  eligible  for  admission  to B.A.1st year course only if their result is shown as "Pass" in their certificate issued by the  said  Open  Schools  and  they  have obtained the equisite percentage of marks prescribed   under   the   University Regulations for admission to the concerned course. In case their result has not been shown as "Pass" in the relevant column of the said certificate, they being ineligible will not be admitted.

•   Candidates from the Boards which are not recognised by Panjab University will not be allowed admission.

•   The programme of study consists of 24 credits (8 credits per year). Each credit has a value of 100 marks. A subject studied for the whole year carries two credits. All the theory papers and practicals irrespective of their credit value are studied throughout the academic year.

Subject Combinations:
Every  student  is  required  to  study  two compulsory  subjects  and  three  elective subjects.

Compulsory Subjects

English (one paper) --1 Credit, Punjabi / History and Culture of Punjab (onepaper)-- 1 Credit
*Environment and Road Safely Education (Compulsory Subject to be cleared in one of the three years of Under Graduate Study)-(70 Marks)
Elective Subjects:

A  student  is  required  to  select  any  three elective subjects of  2 credits each, selecting not more than one subject from any of the
following sets of combinations:
a)  English / Hindi / Punjabi
b)  Physical Education / Psychology
c)  Home Science / Public Administration
d)  Economics / Fine Arts / Political Science
e)  Sociology / Computer Science
f)  History/Music (Instrumental)/ Functional English

•  Students cannot opt for more than two practical subjects. •  In case of subjects having practicals, the theory papers and practicals together will be of 2 credits value. The candidate will have to pass in theory and practical(s) separately.

Compulsory study of Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab

The following students can opt for History and Culture of Punjab:
I)  Those who are not domicile of Punjab and have not studied Punjabi language upto Class 10th.
ii)  Students  originally  from  Punjab  but  not domicile of the state and have not studied Punjabi language upto class 10th.
iii) Wards of Defence personnel and Central Gover nment   employees   who   are transferable on All India basis.
iv) Foreign Students.

CHANGE OF SUBJECTS
•   A student may with the permission of the Principal and the consent of the lecturer concerned change the subjects in BA I upto
31st July, on the prescribed form obtainable from the office on payment.
•   Lectures attended in the subject given up will not be counted towards the subject to be taken up.
•   A student is not allowed change of subjects in BA II and III. She is required to study the same subjects, which she had offered in BA I.
Hence a student should select the subject combination very carefully.
BA II, III
Student who has passed any of the following is eligible to join BA II/III:
a)  BA I/II from Panjab University
b)  BA  I/  II  from  any  other  University  with same subjects/ scheme of course prescribed or  will  have  to  pass  deficient  subjects.
Eligibility is required to be confirmed from the Panjab University, Chandigarh.
c)Every student is required to study the same subjects in BA II & III classes as she had studied in BA I and II examinations. Change of subjects is not allowed. The students have the option of taking up Honours in an elective subject they had studied in BA I when they take admission to BA II
BA Honours
A  student  can  offer  Honours  in  English/ Economics/  Sociology/Psychology  provided, she has
a)  Studied the subject as an elective subject in BA I and has secured at least 50% marks in it.
b)  Compartment students are not allowed to take up Honours.
Note:  A  Candidate  who  fails  to  qualify  the Environment  Education  paper  shall  not  be eligible for the award of degree.

Eligibility for MA-I English(Semester System)
Students must possess anyone of the following qualifications:

I.   BA with Honours in English.
II.  Bachelor's degree in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in the aggregate.
III.  Diploma in Physical Education or PostGraduate  Diploma  in  Library  Science after having passed BA or BSc.
IV. BA (General) in full subjects obtaining at  least 45%  marks  in  English  as  an Elective subject.
V. Master's degree in a subject other than English.
VI. BA  examination  under  Social  Service Regulations or under War Regulations and  has  subsequently  passed  in English  in  the  BA  examination obtaining at least 45% marks.
VII. BSc Honours School
Note: Classes will be held on co-opt basis with SGGS College, Sec-26, Chandigarh.

Eligibility for MA-II English(Semester System)

To qualify for the award of an MA / M.Sc degree in each subject taught under Semester System, a candidate shall be required to complete successfully course work of 64 credits. The normal workload of a student during semester will be of 16 credits. To qualify for the grant of credits for a particular course, a candidate must get atleast the pass marks. If he fails in the course, he will not get credit for it. If at the end of the second semester the successfully completed courses remain less than 16 credits, he will not be allowed to join the third semester. At the end of the third semester, he must have successfully completed 24 credits to enable him to join fourth semester.

Eligibility for M.A.-I Sociology(Semester System)
A person who has passed one of the following examinations from the Panjab University or an examination recognised by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto, shall be eligible to join the M.A. degree course in Sociology:

I. A Bachelor's degree obtaining at least 45 per cent marks in the subject of Postgraduate course or 50 per cent marks in the aggregate.
II. B.A. with Honours in the subject of the Postgraduate course or B.Sc. Hons. School course.
III.Master's degree examination in any other subject.

Eligibility for M.A.-I Economics(Semester System)
A person who has passed one of the following examinations from the Panjab University or an examination recognised by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto, shall be eligible to join the M.A. degree course in Economics:

I. A Bachelor's degree obtaining at least 45 per cent marks in the subject of Postgraduate course or 50 per cent marks in the aggregate.
II. B.A. with Honours in the subject of the Postgraduate course or B.Sc. Hons. School course.
III.Master's degree examination in any other subject.

Compartment Candidates:
"A candidate who is placed under compartment in one subject in BA III Year examination of this University shall be allowed to join MA I Year (Semester System) class provisionally if she fulfils other requirements and provided: i) The subject in which she has to re appear is not offered for the MA First Year examination; and ii) If she fails to clear the compartment subject ofthe BA III Year examination in the next two consecutive chances immediately following the examination in which she was placed under compartment, her provisional admission to MA I Year (I and II Semesters) examination shall be cancelled". The following are not eligible for admission to M.A. courses:

(a) If a student fails to pass M.A. Part/Semester-I or fails to appear in the examination even though he/she had requisite attendance, he/she is not allowed to seek re-admission for M.A. Part/Semester-I in the same subject.
(b) If a student fails to meet the prescribed attendance requirement, and is, therefore, debarred from sitting in the examination, or does not on his / her own volition seek permission to sit in the examination he/she should be deemed to have failed in the examination. Such a student is not allowed to seek readmission in the same Department;
(c) If a student fails to earn promotion to the M.A. Part-ll or the next semester of M.A. for any of the reasons specified in Paras (a) and (b) above for two successive years in the same or two different Departments, he/she is debarred from seeking admission in any Departments.

NOTE: Classes will be held on Co-opt basis with SGGS College, Sector 26, Chandigarh

Eligibility for BCOM
BCom I (Online Admission)
All  seats  will  be  allotted  on  merit  basis. Admission to BCom I is centralised and to be conducted by Panjab University online.
Eligibility

3.1) Admission  to  the  First  year  of  BCom (General)  degree  shall  be  open  to  a candidate  who  has  passed  one  of  the following  examinations  conducted  by  a recognized Board/Council/University.
a) +2  examination  or  BCom  Part  I (Old Scheme) of Panjab University with three of the following subjects securing at least 40% marks in the aggregate.

•   Commerce  (or  theory  of  commerce  or foundation   course   in   commerce ) , Accountancy (or  Book  Keeping  and Accountancy)
•    Economics
•    Mathematics (or statistics)
•    Business  Organization (or  Business Management  of  Theory  and  Practice  of Management)
•    Insurance  (or  General  Insurance  or  Life Insurance)
•    Banking and Trade
•    Commercial Geography
•    Management and Secretarial Practice (or Office Organization and Management) • Mercantile Law (or any Company Law)
•    Auditing
•    Typewriting and Stenography/ Computers (for typewriting).

b)  +2 examination or BA Part I (Old Scheme) of Panjab University with at least two of the subject mentioned in (a) securing at least 45% marks in aggregate.
c)   +2 examination or BA Part I/ BSc Part I/Pre- engineering/Pre-Medical Exami-nation of the  Panjab  University  under  the  Old Scheme not covered in (b) securing at least 50% marks.
d)  Any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent to (a) (b) or (c) as given above with requisite percentage of marks given under each clause.
MERIT CRITERIA
The merit for admission will be determined on the basis of the score of a candidate to be computed as follows:

•   Percentage  of  marks  in  the  qualifying examination.
•   Add  score  of  4  for  each  of  the  subjects passed from the subjects mentioned above but not exceeding 16 in total.

Provided that a candidate seeking admission to BCom 1st year should have passed in the subject of English at the +2 examination and
in  cases  where  passing  in  English  is  not necessary  according  to  the  regulations  of certain Boards/ Bodies/ Councils/ Universities
in India, the admission of the candidate shall be provisional and will be confirmed only after she has cleared the subject of English as a deficient subject from the parent Board/ Body/ Council/  University  in  two  consecutive chances subsequent to her admission.
Provided further that -

a)  A  compartment  candidate  at  the +2 examination shall be eligible to offer in the BCom 1st year class the subject in which she has been placed under compartment subject to the provision under regulation 3.1 (a) given above.
b)  In  case  candidate  does  not  clear  the relevant  subject  at  any  of  the  two consecutive   chances   given   to   her subsequent to the date of the admission, her provisional admission to the 1st year of BCom Examination shall stand cancelled.

Procedure
Centralized  Admission  for  BCom-1  as  per Panjab University Instructions.
Reservation as per UT Admin/ P.U/ Govt. of India rules.
BCom Honours
A student of BCom II can take up Honours in the  subject  of  E-Commerce  or  Accounts  or Economics provided, she secures 50% marks in the aggregate of BCom 1 st year Examination.
BCom II / III
The students of the college who have passed BCom I, II examination are eligible to join BCom II, III respectively with the same subject combinations.
Note:  Reservation  Rules:  as  per  D.P.I.  (U.T.)/ Panjab University norms.

Eligibility for MCOM (Semester System)
The duration of the course shall be two academic years. Each year shall be divided into two semesters. There are total four semesters in MCom Each semester lasting six months consists of five papers. Each paper is of 100 marks (Written Test-80 marks and Internal Assessment-20 marks). In addition to this, Summer Training Report is to be submitted by the students after 2nd Semester. There is comprehensive Viva Voce based on all the four semesters at the end of the 4th Semester. Admission to MCom is based on merit. The admission will be done strictly according to Panjab University rules.
Eligibility
The minimum qualification for admission to the first semester of the course shall be:
a) A Bachelor's degree in Commerce with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate.
or
b) BCom (Hons.) degree with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate.
or
c) A graduate with Honours in Economics or,Mathematics or Statistics or Commerce with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate.
or
d) A graduate with 50% marks in aggregate having offered either Economics , Mathematics, Statistics or Commerce as a subject in the examination.
Provided that in case of candidates having Bachelor's degree of the University through Modern Indian Languages Hindi / Urdu / Punjabi (Gurumukhi Script) and/or in a Classical Language (Sanskrit / Persian / Arabic) or a degree of any other University obtained in the same manner recognised by the Syndicate 50% marks in the aggregate shall be calculated by taking into account full percentage of marks in all the papers in Language excluding the additional optional paper, English and the elective subject taken together.
or
e) An associate of the (i) Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or England or (ii) Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India or England.
or
f) A pass in the final examination conducted by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India or any other qualification recognized by the Syndicate for this purpose.
Provided that a candidate who seeks admission on the basis of qualifications mentioned in (c) (d) and (f) above shall be required to qualify within one year from the date of admission (either with Semester I examination in two papers on (i) Commercial and Taxation Laws, and (ii) Accounting and Auditing in accordance with the Syllabus as may be prescribed, by the Senate.
Further that the maximum marks shall be 100 in each paper and the pass marks shall be 35% as in BCom examination. There shall be no internal assessment in these papers and marks in these papers will not be counted for the semester examination.
MCom II
The students of the college who have passed MCom -I are eligible to join MCom II Course Scheme- Each paper will be of 100 marks.

Eligibility for BCA
A student who has passed +2 examination from any recognized Board/ University in India in any discipline is eligible to join BCA I.
a)  The student should have secured at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination.
b)  The   student   should   have   passed Mathematics  as  one  of  the  subjects  at Matriculation Level.
c)   5%  weightage  will  be  given  to  students having  Mathematics  and  Computer Science/Information  Technology  at 10+2 Level


BCA I
Subjects Offered

Semester I
BCA 101 English (C)
BCA 102 Panjabi/History & Culture of Punjab
BCA 103 Mathematics in Computer Science
BCA 104 Computing Software
BCA 105 Computer Lab.: Based on BCA -104

Semester II
Environment & road safety education Qualifying paper
BCA 201 English (C)-B
BCA 202 Panjabi/History & Culture of Punjab - B
BCA 203 Mathematics in Computer Science - II
BCA 204 Computer Programming & Problem Solving Through "C"
BCA 205 Computer Lab.: Based on BCA-204
The Environment & Road Safety Education is a compulsory qualifying paper, which the students have to study in the BCA 1st year (2nd Semester). If the student/s failed to qualify the paper during the 2nd Semester, he /she/they be allowed to appear/qualify the same in the4th or 6th Semester/s.

BCA II
Subjects Offered

Semester III
BCA 301 Computer Based Numerical Methods
BCA 302 Data Structures
BCA 303 Implementation of object oriented concept through C++
BCA 304 Computer Lab : Based on BCA-301, BCA-302 and BCA 303

Semester IV
BCA 401 Project Management & system development
BCA 402 Client Server Computing using oracle BCA 403 Understanding UNIX
BCA 404 Computer Lab: Based on BCA 402 and BCA 403

BCA III
Subjects Offered (To be changed to Semester system)

Eligibility for MSc(IT)
A  student  with  50%  marks  in  BCA/BTech  in Computer Science / BE in Computer from any University recognized by PU is eligible to join MSc  (IT)  Candidate  with  Compartment  is not eligible.
Procedure
The admission to MSc (IT ) will be on the basis of Merit. Reservation as per UT Admin./PU/ Govt. of India rules.
Course Scheme
1st Semester
MS-39 : Computer Graphics
MS-40 : Software Engineering
MS-41 : Analysis and Design of Algorithm
MS-42 : Operating Syatem Concepts
MS-43 : Minor Project Based on MS-39
MS-44 : Minor Project Based on MS-41 (Using C/C++)
2nd Semester
MS-45 : Advance Java and Network Programming
MS-08 : Electronic Commerce and Tools
MS-47 : Artificial Technologies and LISP
MS-46 : Emerging Trends in Computering
MS-27 : Seminar
MS-48 : Minor Project Based on MS-08 and MS-45
MS-49 Minor Project Based on MS-47
3rd Semester
MS-51 : Software Testing and Management
MS-32 .Net Framework and C#
MS-50 Linux System Administration
MS-14 Systems Approach to Management and Optimization Techniques
MS-18 Seminar
MS-33  Minor  Project  Based  MS-32 
MS-52 : Minor Project Based MS-50
4th Semester
MS-21 Major Project
The project period will be of 6 months duration. The  Project  will  involve  development  of application/  system  software  in  industrial /
commercial I scientific environment.

Eligibility for B.Sc. I(Non-Med / Comp. Sci.)
A person who has passed with at least 40 percent marks in the aggregate the +2 examination under 10+2+3 system of education of a recognised University/Board/Council or any other examination recognised by the P.U. as equivalent, with pass in English as one of the subjects shall be eligible to join the First Year class of B Sc I degree course.
Subject Combination
Compulsory Subjects:
a)Punjabi / HCP
b)Environment and Road Safety Education(Compulsory Qualifying Non Credit Course)
Three Elective Subject
a)Physics
b)Mathematics
c)Chemistry / Comp. Sci.
BSc II
Each student is required to study the same subject combination of 3 elective subjects as she had studied in BSc I.

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