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UNDER GRADUATE HONOURS DEGREE PROGRAMME IN THE SEMESTER SYSTEM
 

1. BACHELOR OF ARTS (B. A.)
2. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B. COM)

 
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION :
1. Students who have passed plus 2 (10+2) in their respective stream or an equivalent examination from a recognized Board in India or abroad which is considered as equivalent by the University shall be eligible for admission into the First Semester of Honours Degree Course.
2. Students who have passed plus 2 (10+2) or an equivalent examination from any Stream from a recognized Board in India/Abroad have the option to change to Arts Stream and the studentsfrom the Science Stream have the option to change to Commerce Stream only.

REGISTRATION :
A Student shall be required to be registered under the University within one Semester of his/her enrollment.

TRANSFER :
No inter-college transfer among the Colleges shall be allowed beyond the First Semester Examinations. Other transfers shall be allowed only on merit of each case as per NEHU Rules.

CHANGE OF CENTER OF EXAMINATION :
i) A student shall apply to the Controller of Examinations through the Principal of his/her college duly endorsed by the Principal of the Centre to which the change is being sought.
ii) A prescribed fee shall be deposited by NEHU Challan payable to North Eastern Hill University and the instrument of payment shall be attached to the application form.
iii) Change of Examination Centre is not permitted to a Centre/College to which the affiliation of the Subjects/Course has not been given by the University.

DURATION OF THE HONOURS DEGREE LEVEL EXAMINATION :
i) The Honours Degree Course will comprise 6 (six) Semesters spread over 3(three) Academic Years.
ii) Semester means a half-yearly programme or term of studies.
iii) 1st (First), 3rd (Third) and 5th (Fifth) will be Odd Semesters.
iv) 2nd (Second), 4th (Fourth) and 6th (Sixth) will be Even Semesters.

CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION :
i) At the end of each Semester, there shall be an examination as per the Semester Academic Calendar given below :
ii) Evaluation in each course shall be on the basis of performance through continuous assessment and the end semester examinations. The weightage assigned to the continous assessment and end semester examinations shall be in the ratio 1:3.


ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR SEMESTER UNDER GRADUATE :
Sl. No. Academic Activity Date/Period
1.    Admission to Odd Semesters
   (Semester : I, III, V)
   Process of Admission to be
   completed before 15th June
2.    Commencement of Odd Semesters Classes    From 16th June
3.    Commencement of Odd Semester Examination    From 1st October to 9th November
4.    Commencement of Even Semester Classes    From 10th November
5.    Winter Vacation    From 20th December to 9th February
6.    Resumption of Even Semester Classes    From 10th February
7.    Commence of Even Semester Examination    From 21st April to 30th May
8.    Summer Vacation    1st June to 15th June
  Summer Vacation
     Odd Semester Examinations    5th December
     Even Semester Examinations    5th July
Students shall be allowed to proceed to the next semester irrespective of failed papers/arrear papers subject to payment of fees and fulfillment of other prescribed conditions laid down by the University.

DISTRIBUTION OF PAPERS/MARKS
SEMESTER-WISE IN DIFFERENT COURSE STRUCTURE:
The distribution of Papers/Marks over Six Semesters in respect of Honours Papers, Elective Combination Papers and
other Compulsory Papers for the following Stream shall be as laid sown in the respective syllabi and as indicated in the
Table -1 and Table - 2.
i)  For Arts Stream (B.A. Hons.)
ii)   For Commerce Stream (B. Com Hons.)

FOR THE ARTS STREAM :
Table - 1 : Distribution of Papers for the Arts Stream
Semester/Subject/
Paper
Semester
I
Semester
II
Semester
III
Semester
IV
Semester
V
Semester
VI
Total
Marks
   English - - - 100 100 - 200
   EVS - - - - - 100 100
   MIL/Alt. English - - - 100 - - 100
   Elective 1 100 100 100 - - - 300
   Elective 2 100 100 100 - - - 300
   Elective (Hons.) 100 100 100 100 200 200 800
   Total Marks 300 300 300 300 300 300 1800

FOR THE COMMERCE STREAM :
Table - 2 : Distribution of Papers for the Professional Courses
Semester/Subject/
Paper
Semester
I
Semester
II
Semester
III
Semester
IV
Semester
V
Semester
VI
Total
Marks
   English - - - - 100 - 200
   EVS - - - - - 100 100
   MIL/Alt. English - - - 100 - - 100
   Elective 1 100 100 100 - - - 300
   Elective 2 100 100 100 100 - - 300
   Elective (Hons.) 100 100 100 100 200 200 800
   Total Marks 300 300 300 300 300 300 1800

STRUCTURE:
i)    Compulsory Subjects - English, Alternative English/MIL, Envrionmental Studies.
ii)    Honours Elective Subjects - as listed in the Eligibility for Subject Combination.
iii)   Elective Subjects - Two subject combination to be taken in addition to the Honours Subjects as listed in the Eligibility for
      Subject Combination under Elective Group - A or B.


Subject Combinations For Bachelor of Arts
A student shall be allowed to opt for the Honours Courses in a subject and two corresponding Elective Subjects either from
Elective Group-A or Elective Group-B as indicated in the following table :-


Honours Elective
Elective Group - A
Elective Group - B
English
History, Pol. Sc.
Philosophy, Education
Khasi
Sociology, Education
History, Pol. Sc.
Education
History, Pol. Sc.
Economics, Sociology
History
Economics, Pol. Sc.
El. Lang., Pol. Sc.
Political Science
-
History, Economics
Philosophy
El. Lang. , Pol. Sc.
Economics, History
Economics (B. A.)
Pol. Sc., History
Pol. Sc., Sociology
Sociology
Economics, Pol. Sc.
Education, History
N.B. Elective Language refers to Hindi, Bengali, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo and English

Course Structure For Bachelor of Commerce
Semester
   Paper    Subject
Marks
   First Semester    BC 101
   BC 102
   BC 103
   Business Environment
   Principles & Practice of Management
   Financial Accounting (Hons.)
100
100
100
       Total 300
   Second Semester    BC 201
   BC 202
      Or
   BC 203
   BC 204
   Business Economics
   Fundamental Mathematics
   Or
   Information Technology in Business
   Indian Financial System (Hons.)
100


100
100
       Total 300
   Third Semester    BC 301
   BC 302
   BC 303-305
   Business Statistics
   Business Law
   Optional Group - A, B, C or D (Hons.)
100
100
100
       Total 300
   Fourth Semester    BC 401
   BC 402
   BC 403-406
   Modern Indian Language/Alt. English
   Financial Management
   Optional Group - A, B, C or D (Hons.)
100
100
100
       Total 300
   Fifth Semester    BC 501
   BC 502
   BC 503-506
   Compulsory English
   Cost Accounting (Hons.)
   Optional Group - A, B, C or D (Hons.)
100
100
100
       Total 300
   Sixth Semester    BC 601
   BC 602
   BC 603-606
   Environmental Studies
   Entreprenuership Development (Hons.)
   Optional Group - A, B, C or D (Hons.)
100
100
100
       Total 300
       Grand Total 1800

The student shall be required to choose a group (A, B, C or D) of their choice in the Third Semester and they would continue with the group in the rest of the semesters.
A Accounting & Finance Group B Management Group
BC 303
BC 403
BC 503
BC 603
          Corporate Accounting
          Auditing
          Financial Services
          Direct Tax Laws & Practice
BC 304
BC 404
BC 504
BC 604
          Marketing Management
          Human Resource Management
          Service Management
          Small Enterprise Management
C Banking & Insurance Group D Marketing Group
BC 305
BC 405
BC 505
BC 605
          Fundamental of Banking
          Fundamental of Insurance
          Bank Management
          Insurance Management
BC 304
BC 406
BC 506
BC 606
          Marketing Management
          Sales & Advertisement Management
          Rural & Agricultural Marketing
          Services Marketing
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