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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION ANDCOURSE OF STUDY
FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES
EEXXAAMMIINNAATTIIOONN--22000088 BACHELOR OF ARTSPart - I(10+2+3 Pattern)
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General Rules
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The course of study for the examination shall extend over a periodof three years as an integrated course. There shall be anexamination at the end of each year namely, “Part-I Examination atthe end of first year”, “Part-II Examination at the end of secondyear”, and “Part-III Examination at the end of third year”.2.
 
The examination shall be conducted by means of written paper andpractical test wherever required.3.
 
The subjects for examination shall be as follows :-
Compulsory Subjects –
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General Hindi/General English2.
 
Environmental Studies3.
 
Elementary Computer Application
Optional Subjects
(Any three of the following subject torestrictions that out of three literature subjects maximum twoliterature subjects can be taken)
1.
 
English Literature2.
 
Hindi Literature3.
 
Sanskrit Literature4.
 
Philosophy5.
 
Psychology6.
 
Economics7.
 
History8.
 
Public Administration9.
 
Political Science10.
 
Computer Science4.
 
Scheme of Examination-The number of papers and the maximum marks for each paper togetherwith the minimum marks required for a pass are shown in the schemeof examination against each subject separately. It will benecessary for a candidate to pass in theory part as well aspractical part of a subject/paper, wherever prescribed, separately.Classification of successful candidates shall be as follows :First Division 60%Second Division 48%All the rest will be declared to have passed the examinationif they obtain the minimum pass marks viz. 36% in each paper. Nodivision shall be awarded at the Pt.I and Pt.II examination.of the aggregate marks obtained inall the papers and practical at thePt.I, Pt.II and Pt.III examination,taken together
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Distribution of Marks
 Max. Marks Min. Pass Marks Name of Subject Paper DurationTh. Prac. Th. Prac.Compulsory Subjects
 General Hindi/GeneralEnglish- 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Environmental Studies - 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Th. 3 Hrs. 60 - 22 -Elementary ComputerApplicationPrac. 2 Hrs. - 40 - 14
Optional Subjects
(Any three of the following subject to restrictionsthat out of three literature subjects maximum two literature subjectscan be taken)I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -English LiteratureII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Hindi LiteratureII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Sanskrit LiteratureII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -PhilosophyII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -EconomicsII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -HistoryII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Public AdministrationII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Political ScienceII 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Sociology I 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -II 3 Hrs. 100 - 36 -Note – The marks of the compulsory papers shall not be included in thegrand total of marks and shall not affect the division of the candidate.The candidates have to clear the compulsory papers within three years. Acandidate shall not be required to re-appear in the compulsory subjectsin which he/she has once passed, even if he/she fails at theexamination.

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