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DR.

BHIMRAO AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY, AGRA


(FROMERLY AGRA UNIVERSITY)

SESSION – 2010-11

INFORMATION BROCHOURE
&
APPLICATION FORM

(Web Site: www.dbrau.ac.in)

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CONTENTS
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1. General Introduction
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2. Institutes and Departments of the University


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3. Courses of University
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4. Fee Structure
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5. Important Informations
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About The University
Established in 1927 as Agra University and renamed in 1996 as Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar
University is one of the oldest Universities of India. It was established with the pioneering efforts
of great educationists and social leaders like Col. A. W. Davis (who was its first Vice-Chancellor)
Prof. Gukul Chand Ji, Devan Chand, Rai Bahadur Anad Swarup and Dr. L.P. Mahtur. Initially the
University functioned from Bharatpur House and finally its main office was established in its
present building at Paliwal Park (then Heweltt Park) in 1934.
It was the fourteenth University of India and its jurisdiction was spread in United
Province, Madhya Bharat and Rajputana. With development of Higher Education, 13 new
Universities emerged out of this University. At present there are more than 200 regular and self-
financed colleges affiliated to it. Prestigious and premier colleges of India like Agra College,
RBS College, St. John’s College, S.N. Medical College are part of this University, which has
produced a number of good educationists, doctors, engineers, scientist, politician, artists, social
leaders, administrators, since its very inception.
Through originally affiliating in nature, the University has, over the years, developed a
sizable residential wing consisting of the following Institute and independent Teaching
Departments:
1. Kanhaiya Lal Manik Lal Munshi Institute of Hindi Stdies & Linguistics (1993)
2. Institute of Social Science (1953)
3. Institute of Home Science (1968)
4. Institute of Basic Science (1984)
5. Department of History (1985)
6. Department of Library Science and Manuscriptology (1984)
7. Department of Contemporary Social Studies & Law : Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Chair (1993)
8. Department of Adult and Continuing Education & Extension (1989)
9. Department of Physical Education (1989)
10. Seth Padam Chand Jain Institute of Commerce, Business Mangt. & Economics (1993)
11. Dau Dayal Institute of Vocational Education (1994)
12. Institute of Engineering and Technology (1998)
13. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Institute of Rural Development (1998)
14. School of Life Science (1997)
15. Lalit Kala Sansthan (2000)
16. Institute of Computer and Information Science (2004)
17. Institute of Tourism and Managemant (2004)
For the last 80 years the University is actively engaged in the spread of knowledge and
has established itself as center of excellence in higher education. The thrust is on good quality
education and intense, intimate and interactive academic environment so as to produce quality
citizens for the Country. The University has established a good central library, a computer center
with internet facilities and other good infrastructural facilities.It has interaction with National
Laboratories, professional institutes of repute. In view of its popularity, a large number of foreign
students are studying at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University.
The University is bestowed with the dynamic and reformist stewardship of its Vice-
Chancellor, Prof. K.N. Tripathi who carries with him vast experience in the field of
administration, teaching and research. He has visited a large number of countries and has a wide
perception of educational secenario throughout the globe. He has alredy taken several steps
towards academic and administrative uplift of the University.
With the Co-operation of all the University is bound to scale new heights in the fields of
higher education.

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INSTITUTES AND DEPARTMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY

S. No. Name of the Institute/Department Telephone No.


1. K. M. Institute of Hindi & Linguistics (Paliwal Park) 2855784
(i) Department of Indian Languages (Hindi etc.)
(ii) Department of Linguistics
(iii) Department of Foreign Languages
(iv) Department of Oriental Classical Languages (Sanskrit etc.)
(v) Department of Mass Communication and Journalism
2. Institute of Social Sciences (Paliwal Park)
(i) Department of Sociology
(ii) Department of Social Work
(iii) Department of Statistics
3. Institute of Home Science (Khandari Campus) 2854465
(i) Department of Human Development and
Family Studies (Child Development)
(ii) Department of Food and Nutrition (Home Management)
(iii) Department of Family Resource Management
(iv) Department of Clothing and Textile
(v) Department of Home Science Extension Education
4. Institute of Basic Sciences (Khandari Campus)
(i) Department of Physics 2526548
(ii) Department of Chemistry 2524019
(iii) Department of Forensic Science 2571505
(iv) Department of Mathematics 2522420
5. Dau Dayal Institute of Vocational Education (Khandari Campus) 2850587
(i) Department of Instrumentation
(ii) Department of Optical Instrumentation
(iii) Department of Advertising, Sales Promotion and Sales Management
(iv) Department of Computer Appilications
6. School of Life Sciences (Khandari Campus)
(i) Department of Zoology 2526432
(ii) Department of Botany 2520405
(iii) Department of Biotechnology 2524565
(iv) Department of Biochemistry 2524565
(v) Department of Microbiology 2524565
(vi) Department of Environmental Studies 2523181
(vii) Department of Environmental Toxicology 2524565
(viii) Department of Forestry 2524565

7. Department of History (Paliwal Park) 2524841

8. Department of Library and Information Science (Chhalesor Campus) 2602170

9. Seth Padam Chand Jain Institute of 2521429, 2522150


Commerce, Business Management & Economics, (Khandari, Campus)

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10. Department of Physical Education (Chhalesar Campus)

11. Department of Contemporary Social Studies and 2524565


Law (Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Chair, Paliwal Park Campus)
12. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Institute of Rural 2526347
Development (Paliwal Park)

13. Department of Adult and Continuing Education and Extension


(Paliwal Park)

14. Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management (Khandari Campus) 2521881

15. Lalit Kala Sansthan (Institute of Fine Arts) 2526183


(Civil Lines, Campus)
16. Institute of Computer and Information Science (Khandari Campus) 2855476

17. Institute of Engineering & Technology (Khandari Campus) 2522622

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Kanhaiyalal Munshi Institute Of Hindi Studies & Linguistics – K.M.I.(Estd. in
1953)
The Institute is having following departments –
· Department of Indian Languages (Hindi etc.);
· Department of Linguistics;
· Department of Foreign Languages;
· Department of Oriental Classical Languages (Sanskrit etc.);
· Department of Mass Communication And Journalism;
· Soor Peeth.

Courses Offered : (For the Session 2010-2011)


· D.Lit. – Hindi (Duration Min. 1 Year –)
· Ph.D. - Hindi, Linguistics, Sanskrit, Mass communication & Journalism
o Duration Min. 1 Year for those who posses M.Phil. degree of this Institute, 2 years for others.
o Admission through Entrance Test conducted by the University and Interview by the Department
concerned.
· M. Phil. – Hindi, Sanskrit – 1 Year course, 02 Semesters. TOTAL SEATS- 30 in each subject.
o Min. Qualification- M.A. with 55%, marks. Admission through Admission Test and Interview by the
Department concerned or by the University.
· M.A. – Hindi, Linguistics, Sanskrit
o Seats- 30 in each subject. Min. Qualification – B.A. Hons. Hindi For M.A. Hindi / Graduation with
50% or B2 Grade. Admission through Admission Test or/ and interview by the Department
concerned.
· P.G. Diploma – Mass communication (PGD-MC), Seats- 20. Min. Qualification- Graduate with 50% or B-2
Grade. Admission through Admission Test and Interview by the Department concerned.
· Diploma – Russian, French, German. Seats 30 in each language. Min. Qualification – One year Certificate in
the concerned language. Admission on the basis of Academic record and / or Admission Test and Interview
by the Department.
· Certificate –Russian, French, German. Seats- 50 in each language. Min. Qualification- 10+2. Admission on
the basis of Academic record and / or Admission Test by the Department.

1- DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN LANGUAGES (HINDI ETC.)

Course Structure - M. Phil. HINDI For 2010-2011 ( Duration - 1 Year; 02 Semesters)

SEMESTER-I
PAPER No. TITLE OF THE PAPER Mid SEM.END SEM. TOTAL
· MP-01 Research Methodology 20 80
100
· MP-02 Literary theories & Discourse 20 80 100
· MP-03 OPTION- A Textual Criticism 20 80
100
· OPTION-B FOLKLORE 20 80
100
· OPTION-C MEDIA WRITING 20 80
100

SEMESTER-II
· MP-04 Contemporary Hindi Literature 20 80
100
· MP-05 Research Paper Writing 50+50 VIVA
100
· MP-06 Dissertation 50+50 VIVA
100
GRAND TOTAL
= 600
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Course Structure M.A. HINDI (Duration - 02 Years; 04 Semesters)
· SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II
· Division Of MARKS = For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10, END SEM.- 40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each
semester) [GRAND TOTAL= 500]

PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER

· MA-HIN-01(A) Hindi Language & Its Development-I MA-HIN-01(B) Hindi Language & Its
Development-II
· MA-HIN-02(A) History Of Hindi Literature-I MA-HIN-02 (B) History Of Hindi Literature-II
(From Ancient to Medieval Poetry) (From Riti Period to Contemporary Lit.)

· MA-HIN-03 (A) HINDI PROSE – Fiction MA-HIN-03 (B) HINDI PROSE – Drama, Essay &
other
Literary forms
· MA-HIN-04 (A) POETICS & CRITICISM-I (Indian Poetics)MA-HIN-04(B) POETICS & CRITICISM-II
(Western)
· MA-HIN-05(A) FUNCTIONAL HINDI MA-HIN-05 (B) HINDI JOURNALISM

· SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
· Division Of MARKS = For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10 END SEM.-40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each
semester)
[GRAND TOTAL= 500]

PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER


· MAHIN-06(A) Medieval Poetry-I (Kabir, Sur, Tulsi) MA-HIN-06(B) Medieval Poetry-II (Keshav, Bihari,
Bhushan, Ghananad)
· MA-HIN07(A)Modern Poetry-I (Bhartendu to Chhayavad) MA-HIN-07 (B) Modern Hindi Poetry –II
(Pragativad, Prayogvad, Samkalin Kavya)
· MA-HIN-08 (A) HINDI PROSE – I FICTION MA-HIN-08 (B) HINDI PROSE – Drama, Essay &
other forms)
· MA-HIN-09 (A) OPTIONAL PAPER- Detailed Study-Pt-I MA-HIN-09(B) OPTIONAL PAPER – Detailed Study
– Pt-II
o (Medieval Poetry/ Chhayavad/ Fiction) (Medieval Poetry/ Chhayavad/ Fiction)
· MA-HIN-10(A) VIVA - 50 Marks
· MA-HIN-10 (B) Dissertation - 50 marks

· NOTE- The detailed syllabus will be provided to the students by the Institute.

2- DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

Course Structure M.A. Linguistics For 2010-2011 (Duration- 2 Years; 4 Semesters)

· SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II
· Division Of MARKS = For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10, END SEM.- 40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each
semester) [GRAND TOTAL= 500]

PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER

· MA-LING-01(A) Introduction to Linguistics MA-LING-06 Field Method & Dialectology

· MA-LING-02 Phonetics MA-LING-07 Principles Of Historical & Comparative Linguistics

· MA-LING-03 Phonemics MA-LING-08 Semantics

· MA-LING-04 Morphology MA-LING-09 Functional Hindi


· MA-LING-05 Syntax MA-LING-10 Optional Paper- ONE from the following

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A-Lexicography, B-Translation C-
Sociolinguistics
Language Course-I Language Course II

· SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
· Division Of MARKS = For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10 END SEM.-40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each
semester)
[GRAND TOTAL= 500]

PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER

· MA- LING-11 Transformational Grammar MA-LING-15 Contranstive Linguistics


· MA-LING-13 History Of Linguistics MA-LING-16 Current Issues In
Grammatical Theory
· MA-LING- 12 Case Grammar MA-LING-18 Stylistics
· MA-HIN- 14 Optional : ONE from the following- MA-LING-19 Optional : ONE from the
following-
A- Psycholinguistics A- Generative Phonology
B- Indo-Aryan B- Instrumental Phonetics
C- Linguistics & Language Teaching C- Computational Linguistics
MA-LING-20 A- VIVA – 50 Marks
B- Dissertation – 50 Marks

NOTE- The detailed syllabus will be provided to the students by the Institute.
2- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
COURSE STRUCTURE - Certificate of Proficiency in Language (CPL)

Languages : Russian/ French/ German

First Semester Division of Marks in each paper - Mid.Sem. – 10 Marks, End Sem. 40 Marks ;TOTAL= 50

= Total of I Semester = 150 Marks

C011 Paper – I Text & Grammar – I

C012 Paper – II Comprehension, Composition & Translation – I

C013 Paper – III Introduction to Culture & Civilization

Second Semester Division of Marks in each paper - Mid.Sem. – 10 Marks, End Sem. 40 Marks ;TOTAL= 50

= Total of II Semester = 150 Marks

C021 Paper – I Text & Grammar – II

C022 Paper – II Comprehension, Composition & Translation – II

C023 Paper – III Oral Expression (Viva-Voce)

Total Marks of I & II Semesters: 300 Marks

Academic Courses - Diploma of Higher Proficiency in Language (DPL)

COURSE STRUCTURE Languages : Russian/ French/ German Duration: One Year (2 Semesters)

First Semester Division of Marks in each paper - Mid.Sem. – 10 Marks, End Sem. 40 Marks ;TOTAL= 50
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= Total of I Semester = 150 Marks

D011 Paper – I Text & Grammar – I

D012 Paper – II Comprehension, Composition & Translation – I

D013 Paper – III Culture & Civilization

Second Semester Division of Marks in each paper - Mid.Sem. – 10 Marks, End Sem. 40 Marks ;TOTAL= 50

= Total of II Semester = 150 Marks

D021 Paper – I Text & Grammar – II

D022 Paper – II Comprehension, Composition & Translation – II

D023 Paper – III Oral Expression (Viva-Voce)

Total Marks of I & II Semesters: 300 Marks

4- DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL CLASSICAL LANGUAGE (SANSKRIT ETC.)


` Course Structure M. Phil. SANSKIT For 2010-2011 ( Duration - 1 Year; 02 Semesters)
· SEMESTER-I
· PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER MID.SEM. END SEM.
TOTAL
· MP-S01 Research Methodology 20 80
100
· MP-S02 Drama, Poetry And Philosophy-I 20 80
100
· MP-S03 VED-I 20 80
100
· MP-S04 Grammar 20 80 100
· SEMESTER-II
· MP-S05 Drama, Poetry and Philosophy-II 20 80
100
· MP-S05 Research Paper Writing 50+50 VIVA
100
· MP-S06 Dissertation 50+50 VIVA
100
§ GRAND TOTAL = 600
· Course Structure M.A. SANSKRIT (Duration - 02 Years; 04 Semesters)
· SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II
· Division Of MARKS = Mid. Sem.- 10 END SEM.- 40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each semester) [GRAND
TOTAL= 500]
· PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER
· MA-S01(A) Vaidic Literature - I MA-S01(B) Vaidic Literature-II

· MA-S02(A) Grammar & Linguistics-I MA-S02 (B) Grammar & Linguistics-II

· MA-S03 (A) Philosophy - I MA-S03 (B) Philosophy - II

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· MA-S04 (A) Indian Poetics & Aesthetics - I MA-S04(B) Indian Poetics & Aesthetics - II

· MA-S05(A) Poetry – I MA-S-05 (B) Language, Culture & History

· SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
· Divn. Of MARKS= For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10, END SEM.-40, TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each semester)
GT= 500]
· PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER
· MA-S06(A) New Grammar Process & Philosophy -I MA-S06(B) New Grammar Process & Philosophy -
II
· MA-S07(A) Sanskrit Poetry & Modern World -I MA-S07 (B) Sanskrit Poetry & Modern World -II
· MA-S08 (A) Sanskrit Classics -I MA-S08 (B) Sanskrit Classics -II
· MA-S09 (A) Pali : Language & Literature -I MA-S09(B) Pali : Language & Literature -II
· MA-S10(A) VIVA - 50 Marks
· MA-S10 (B) Dissertation – 50 Marks

5- DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM


PGD-MMC (Duration – 01 Year; 02 Semesters)
· Course Structure For MA MASS COMMUNICATION/MMC- I Year AND PGD-MC
· SEMESTER-I SEMESTER-II
· Divin. Of MARKS = For theory Papers Mid. Sem.-10, END SEM.-40 TOTAL=50 (Each paper in each
semester) GT= 500]
· PAPER TITLE OF THE PAPER Paper TITLE OF THE PAPER
· MMC-/PGD-MC- 01 Introduction To Communication MMC/PGD-MC-03 History & Development Of
Print Media
· MMC/PGD-MC-02 Media And Society MMC/PGD-MC-04 History & Development of Radio & TV
MMC/PGD-MC – 05 (A) VIVA - 50 Marks
· MMC/PGD-MC -05 (B) Dissertation – 50 Marks

INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


The Institute consists of three departments with the following courses:
Department of Sociology :
1. M.A. Sociology (Alternative Course)
2. M.Phil. (Sociology)
Department of Social Work :
1. M.S.W. (Master of Social Work)
Department of Statistics :
1. M. Stat. (Master of Statistics)
2. M.Phil. (Statistics)

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

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M. Phil. (Sociology)
No. of Seat : 15 Duration: 1 Year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility : The applicant must have secured at least 55% marks at the Master’s Degree
in Sociology.
Admission : Admission shall be made on the basis of merit/written test. Up to 5 seats
may be given by direct admission to permanent teachers of the affiliated colleges of
the University (On the basis of their length of service in substantive capacity).

Course Structure :
First Semester
Course1 : Advanced Sociological Research
Course2 : Recent Sociological Perspectives
Second Semester :
Course3 : Perspectives on Indian Society
Course4 : Sociological Classics
Course5 : Dissertation

M. A. (Sociology)
No. of Seat : 30 Duration: 2 Years (4 semesters)

Eligibility : The applicant must have secured at least 50% marks at the Three year
Bachelor’s Degree Examination.
Admission : Admission will be decided on the basis of merit.
Course Structure :
First Semester
Course1 : Introductory Sociology
Course2 : Sociology of Development
Course3 : Methods of Social Research including statistics
Second Semester
Course4 : Sociological Thoughts of Marx, Weber, Durkheim
Course5 : Indian Sociology
Course6 : Rural Sociology
Third Semester
Course7 : Contemporary Sociological Theories
Course8 : Political Sociology
Course9 : Social Anthropology
Fourth Semester
Course10 : Sociology of Crime
Course11 : Industrial Sociology
Course12 : Empirical Research Report

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK
Master of Social Work (M. S. W.)
No. of Seats : 45 Duration : 2 Years (4 semesters)

Eligibility : The applicant must have secured at least 50% marks in the
Bachelor’s/ Master’s Degree courses, or a 3 years Law Graduate.
Admission : All admissions to M.S.W. shall be made strictly in order of merit,
prepared on the basis of admission test (100 marks).The admission test will consist of
following :
(i) Comprehension in English Language 25 marks
(ii) Arithmetical and Reasoning Ability 25 marks
(iii) Awareness of social, economic, cultural and political trends in India 50 marks

Course Structure:
First Semester
Course 1 : Man and Society
Course 2 : Psychology for Social workers
Course 3 : Theory and Practice of Social work
Course 4 : Field Work 1 – (Concurrent Field work: Observational Visits)
Second Semester
Course 5 : Social Disorganization
Course 6 : Social Case work & Social Group Work
Course 7 : Social Research
Course 8 : Field Work – II (Concurrent Field Work : Method Oriented)
Third Semester
Course 9 : Social Policy and Administration
Course 10 : Social Statistics and Computer Application
Course 11 : (a) Agrarian Social Structure and Legislations or
(b) Indian Labour Problems and Legislations, or
(c) Indian Medical and Psychiatric Problems & Legislations
(d) Correctional Social Work
Course 12 : Field Work – III (Concurrent Field Work: Placement in rural,
labour, medical, psychiatric field for administrative and specialized
experiences of the field )

Note : If a Student opts to offer course 11 (a) he will have to offer course 14 (a);
similarly choices will be restricted for other optional course e.g. 11(b) and 14(b), 11(c)
and 14 (d).
Fourth Semester
Course 13 : Community Organization and Social Action
Course 14 : (a) Rural Community Organization and Planning, or
(b) Industrial Relations and Personal Management, or
(c) Social Work in medical and Psychiatric Settings, or
(d) Social Work in Correctional Settings.

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Course 15 : Project work and viva-voce Exam.
Course 16 : Field Work –IV (Block Placement : Internship in an assigned
agency in the summer vacation for 90 days)
Course 17 : Human Resource Management
Note : The decision about a particular course to be allowed to a student as optional will
be on the basis of merit.
Field Work – III and IV
Field work in third Semester shall aim at giving a greater insight to the
agency/agencies and affording them an opportunity of actual work experience.
However, field work of the fourth Semester will be in the nature of Block
Placement/Internship by placing the trainee in an agency for a period of not less than 12
weeks (90 days) after fourth Semester examination.

Project Work:
It will spread over the second, third and fourth semester in a manner as follows:
Second Semester:
Formulation of the problem and all the preparatory work
Third Semester:
Collection of data and Analysis
Fourth Semester:
Report Writing: The student will be requires to submit the report by the end of March.

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
M.Phil (Statistics)
No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 1 Year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility : The applicant must have secured Master’s Degreee in Statistics with at least
55% marks.
Admission : Admision to M.Phil. will be made on the basis of merit/admission test.

Course Structure :
First Semester
Course 1 : Probability Theory and Inference
Course 2 : Optional
Second Semester
Course 3 : Optional
Course 4 : Optional
Dissertation (Spread over both semesters)

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Master of Statistics (M. Stat.)
No. of Seats : 25 Duration : 2 Years (4 Semesters)
Eligibility : A Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics or Statistics as one of the subjects
with atleast 45% marks or Master’s Degree in Mathematics / Statistics with at least 45%
marks.
Admission : Admision to M. Stat. will be made on the basis of merit.
Course Structure :
First Semester
Course 1 : Computer Science-I
Course 2 : Real Analysis and Matrix Alegebra
Course 3 : Sampling Theory
Practical – 1 : Based on above courses
Second Semester
Course 4 : Estimation Theory
Course 5 : Linear Estimation and Design of Experments
Course 6 : Probability and Distribution Theory
Practical – II : Based on course – 4-5
Third Semester
Course 7 : Testing of Hypothesis and Non-Parametric Tests
Course 8 : Multi-Variate Statistics and Sequential Methods
Course 9 : Optional - 1
Practical – II : Based on course – 7-8
Fourth Semester
Course 10 : Probability Limits Theorems and Stochastic Processes
Course 11 : Computer Science - II
Course 12 : Optional - II
Practical – IV : Based on Course-11 and Contingency Tables
Project Work : Sperad over II, III and IV Semesters
Comprehensive Viva-voce : Based on the courses of all the four semesters.
Examination

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INSTITUTE OF HOME SCIENCE
BACHELOR OF HOME SCIENCE (B.H.Sc.)
No. of Seats: 120 Duration : 3 Years (6 Semesters)
Eligibility:
A candidate who have passed (with atleast 45% marks) Intermediate examination in Arts
of Science group A & B only from any recognised board.
Admission : On the basis of academic merit only
Course Structure :
PAPER / COURSE
First Semester :
Paper I – Applied Mathematics
Paper II – Health & Microbiology
Paper III – Sociology
Paper IV – Environmental Studies
Electric Group ‘A’ Arts
V - Chemistry
VI- Gardening (Botony)
Group ‘B’
VII- Economics
VIII- Psychology
Note : First to fourth, papers are compulsory for all the students in the first semester.
Amongst in elective group science courses are compulsory for ‘art students and
art courses are compulsory for science students.

Second Semester :
IX- Applied Chemistry
X- Physiology
XI- Family Finance Management (F.R.M.- Ist.)
XII- Marriage and family
XIV- Physics

Third Semester :
XV- Household chemistry
XVI- Household Gadgets and Applied (F.R.M.-IInd)
XVII- Food Science
XVIII- Fundamentals of Human Development
XIX- Extension Education & Community Development (E.E.I.)
XX- Textile Study (C.T.I.)

Fourth Semester :
XXI- Biochemistry -1
XXII- Early Childhood and Education (HFS-II)
XXIII- Human Nutrition & Dietetics
XXIV- Concepts & Principals of Home Management (FRM-III)
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XXV- Technology of Textile Care (CT-II)
XXVI- Teaching Methods & Media (EE II)

Fifth Semester :
XXVII- Human Development (HFS III)
XXVIII- Diet Therapy (FN-III)
XXIX- Family Housing (FN-III)
XXX- Children Clothing (C.T.I.)
XXXI- Programme Planning for Family Development.(III) (E.E.III)

Sixth Semester :
XXXII- Children with Special Need (HFSIV)
XXXIII- Applied Nutrition (FNIV)
XXXIV- Interior designig and Home Furnisning (FRM V)
XXXV- Family Clothing (CT IV)
XXXVI- Training Methods for Women (E.E.IV)

MASTER OF HOME SCIENCE (GENERAL)


M. H. Sc. (Gen)
No. of Seats : 25 Duration : 2 Years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : A candidate who has passed (with at least 45% marks ) Bachelor of Home
Science (T.D.C.)Examination of the University or an examination of any other University
as equivalent there to may be admitted to first Semester of Master of Home Science.
20 percent seats at postgraduate level are allotted to the candidate belonging to other
Universities (Not more than one student from a university).Admission of the outside
student is made on reciprocal recognition of the degree.
Admission: On the basis of academic merit/written test

Course Structure
PAPER/COURSE
First Semester :
Paper I Nutritional Biochemistry I
Paper II Rural Sociology
Paper III Advanced Physiology
Paper IV Research Methodology
Second Semester
Paper V Advanced Textile Science
Paper VI Consumer Education
Paper VII Advanced Human Development (HFS-I)
Paper VIII Economics
Third Semester

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Paper IX Methods of Studying Human Development.(HFS II)
Paper X Time and Energy Management (FRM-II)
Paper XI Institutional Management (F.N.I)
Paper XII Indian Socio-economics Environment : Development Perspectives
Fourth Semester
Paper XIII Dress Designing (T.C.II)
Paper XIV Advanced Food Science (F.N. II)
Paper XV Study of Family & Science
Paper XVI Communication Process and Adoption Communication

MASTER OF HOME SCIENCE (SPECIALISATION)


M.H.Sc.(SP.)
(Human Development, Home Science Extn. Education, Food & Nutrition)

No. of seats : 3 each Duration : 2 Years (4 semester)

Eligibility : A Candidate who has passed (with at least 50% marks) Bachelor of Home
Science (TDC) Examination of this University or an examination of this University
equivalent there to is eligible to appear for admission test.
Admission: Admission to M.H.Sc. is done on the basis of admission test and academic
merit only. 09 seats of specialization shall be filled from the list of 34 successful
candidates as per their options and the merit.

Group A : Human Development & Family Studies


Course Structure
Paper/Course
First Semester
Paper I Maternal And Child Nutrition
Paper II Advanced Physiology
Paper III Research Methodology-I
Paper IV Infant Development & Stimulation (HFS I)
Second Semester
Paper V Advanced Human Development (HFS II)
Paper VI Theories of Human Development (HFS III)
Paper VII Research Methodology II
Paper VIII Advanced Food Science
Third Semester
Paper IX Method of Studying Human Development (HFS-II)
Paper X Woman’s Studies (HFS IV) Seminar Related to Research
Fourth Semester
Paper XI Principles of Preschool Education (HFS-V)
Paper XII Study of Family & Society (HFS VI)
Paper XIII Seminar, Dissertation.

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Group B : Food & Nutrition
Course Structure
Paper/Course
First Semester
Paper I Nutritional Biochemistry I
Paper II Advanced Physiology
Paper III Research Methodology I
Paper IV Maternal & Child Nutrition
Second Semester
Paper V Nutrition Biochemistry II
Paper VII Advanced Food Science
Paper VII Research Methodology II
Paper VIII Advanced Human Development
Third Semester
Paper IX Advanced Nutrition
Paper X Institutional Management Seminar related to Dissertation.
Fourth Semester
Paper XI Advanced Dietetics
Paper XII Food Processing and Preservation.
Paper XIII Seminar, Dissertation.

Group C : Extension Education


Course Structure
Paper/Course
First Semester
Paper I Indian Socio, Economic Environment : Development Perspectives.
Paper II Programme Design & Evaluation
Paper III Journalism Techniques and Communication.
Paper IV Research Methodology -1
Second Semester
Paper V Training and Development
Paper VII Communication Process Adoption.
Paper VII Research Methodology -II
Paper VIII Research Methodology for extension Education.
Third Semester
Paper IX Media Planning and Evaluation
Paper X Gender and Development
Fourth Semester
Paper XI Sustainable Development.: Initiatives and Approaches
Paper XII Entrepreneurship Management
Paper XIII Seminar : Dissertation.

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INSTITUTE OF BASIC SCIENCE
The Institute consists following Departments with the following Courses:

(1) Department of Chemistry


(i) M. Phil. (Chemistry)
(ii) M. Sc.(Chemistry)
(2) Department of Physics
(i) M. Phil. (Physics)
(ii) M.Sc. (Electronics & Computational Physics)
(3) Department of Mathematics
(i) M. Phil. (Mathematics)
(ii) M. A. / M. Sc.(Mathematics)
(4) Institute of Computer & Information Science

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
M. Phil. (Chemistry)

No. of Seat: 15 Duration: 1 year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility :
(a) Master’s degree with at least 55% marks and
(b) Either 55% marks in B Sc and second class in intermediate or 55% marks
in each of these two examination separately or 55% marls in aggregate of
intermediate and B Sc examinations.
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of written
test/merit. Provided further that the above mentioned qualifications may relaxed by the
admitting authority in respect of a confirmed teacher of any degree college of this
University. The M. Phil programme shall consist of two semesters. The first semester
shall have six theory paper which will be common to all the M. Phil students. The second
semester shall have two compulsory papers and four elective papers. Besides these
papers, there will be periodical tests, seminars, dissertation and viva- voce examination.

Course Structure :
First Semester
Paper I Human Resource Management and Personality Development 30 TH + 10TS marks
Paper II Computer Application 30 TH + 10TS marks
Paper III Applications of spectroscopy to inorganic chemistry 60 TH + 15 TS marks
Paper IV Application of spectroscopy to organic chemistry 60 TH + 15 TS marks
Paper V Analytical methods 60 TH + 15 TS marks
Three Seminars 45 marks
TOTAL 350 marks

Second Semester
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Paper I Analytical methodologies 40 marks
Paper II Research methodologies 40 marks
Review article 40 marks
Dissertation Grading- A,B,C
Vica- voce Examination Approved, Revision, Disapproved
Test of paper I and II 20 marks
Seminar on review article 10 marks
TOTAL 150 marks
Each candidate will submit a review article assigned by the Head and a dissertation on a
topic approved by M.Phil. Committee at the end of the session.

M.Sc. (Chemistry)
No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 4 Semesters

Eligibility : The Minimum qualification for the admission to an M.Sc. Course shall be:
B.Sc. (10+2+3) with 50% marks with Chemistry.
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of written test.

Course Structure:

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
M.Phil. (Physics)
No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 1 years (2 Semesters)

Eligibility : The Minimum qualification for the admission to an M.Phil. Course shall be:
(a) M.Sc. Physics/Electronics and Computational Physics/Applied Physics
with atleast 55% marks, and
(b) Either 55% marks in B.Sc. (10+2+3) and second division in
intermediate or 50% marks in each of the two examinations separately.
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of written test.
Provide further that the above mentioned qualifications may be relaxed by
the admitting authority in respect of a confirmed teacher of any degree
college of this University.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Any two of the following :
Course 1.1 : Superconductivity
Course 1.2 : Advanced Microwave Physics
Course 1.3 : Computational Physics
Course 1.4 : Nuclear & High Energy Physics
Second Semester :
Any two of the following :
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Course 2.1 : High Pressure & High Temperature Physics
Course 2.2 : Ultrasonics
Course 2.3 : Optoelectronics
Course 2.4 : Liquid State and Liquid Crystals
In addition, there shall be seminars and dissertation work.

M.Sc. (Electronics & Computational Physics)


No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 4 Semesters

Eligibility : The Minimum qualification for the admission to an M.Sc. Course shall be:
B.Sc. (10+2+3) with 50% marks with Physics.
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of written test.

Course Structure:

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
M.Phil. (Mathematics)
No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 1 year (2 Semester)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for the admission to an M.Phil Course shall be
1. Master’s Degree in the relevant subject with atleast 55% marks (or an
equivalent grade) or an equivalent forign degree and
2. Either 50% marks in B.sc. and second class in aggregate of these two
examinations separately.
3. The admission to M.Phil (Mathematics) shall be open to students who
have done post graduation in any branch of Mathemical Science
(Mathematics/Statistics/Operation Research/Computer Science/Computer
Applications)
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of written test
provided further that the above mentioned qualifications may be relaxed by the admitting
authority in respect of a confirmed teacher of institutes and the University.
Note : Course structure is subject to modification by the Academic Council.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
MP- 1 : Theory of Biocomplex Numbers
MP- 2 : Mathematical Modeling
MP- 3 : Stochastic Processes
MP- 4 : Computational Fluid Dynamics
MP-5 : Seminar
Second Semester :
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Any two of the following :
1. Algebraic Cryptography
2. Biocomplex Analysis
3. Queueing Theory
4. Mathematical Biology
5. Reliability Theory
6. Fuzz Mathematics
7. Financial Mathematics
8. Differential Mathematics
9. Coding Theory
10. Optimization Techniques
11. Wavelet Analysis
12. Advanced Topology
13. Neural Networks
14. Theory of Computing
15. Software Reliability
16. Digital Image Processing
17. Inventory Models
18. Graph Theory
19. Computer Communication Networks
In addition, there shall be seminars and dissertation work.

M.A./M.Sc. (Mathematics)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for the admission to an M.A./M.Sc. Course shall
be : Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics as one of the subjects in all the years and either
an average of 55% marks in B.Sc. and Intermediate Examination or 50% marks in B.Sc.
and 2nd division in intermediate.
Admission : The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of Written
test/merit.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
M- 1 : Abstract Algebra
M- 2 : Mathematical Analysis
M- 3 : Mathematical Statistics
M- 4 : Discrete Mathematics
M- 5 : Programming in ‘C’
Second Semester :
M- 6 : Abstract Algebra- II
M- 7 : Complex Analysis
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M- 8 : Operations Research
M- 9 : Ordinary Differential Equations & Partial Differential Equations
M- 10 : Numerical Methods
Practical/Presentation/Viva
Third Semester :
M- 11 : Probability Theory
M- 12 : Fuzzy Mathematics
M- 13 : Topology
M- 14 : Fluid Mechanics
M- 15 : Elective
Fourth Semester :
M- 16 : Mathematical Programming
M- 17 : Modeling & Simulation
M- 18 : Functional Analysis
M- 19 : Coding & Cryptography
M- 20 : Elective
Practical/Presentation/Viva

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DAU DAYAL INSTITUTE OF VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION
Institute is running the following courses:
Vocational courses- UGC Sponsored
(i) B.Com. (Vocational)
(ii) B.Sc. (Vocational)
B.Com. & B.Sc. ( Vocational)
No. of Seats : 30 in each course Duration : 3 years (6 Semesters)

Eligibility : Intermediate (10+2) with appropriate subjets or an equivalent.


The following vocational courses are taught in the Institute:

B.Com. (Voc.)
(i) Advertising, Sales Promotion & Sales Management
(ii) Business Administration
(iii) Applied Business Economics
(iv) Information Technology

B.Sc. (Voc.) Computer Application with :


(i) Instrumentation
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) Foundation course in Ist year only

B.Sc. (Voc.) Instrumentation with :


(i) Computer Application
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) Foundation course in Ist year only

B.Sc. (Voc.) Optical Instrumentation with :


(i) Computer Application
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) Foundation course in Ist year only

B.Com. (Vocational)
Course Structure: Semester I
Subjects: Advertising
Course- 1 Marketing Communication- 1
Course –2 Advertising(I)- I
Business Administration
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Course- 1 Principles of Management- I
Course –2 Principles of Management- II
Applied Business Economics
Course- 1 Statistical Methods- I
Course –2 Business Economics- I
Semester II
Subjects: Advertising
Course- 3 Marketing Communication- 1I
Course –4 Advertising(I)- II
Business Administration
Course- 3 Materials Management and stores control- I
Course –4 Materials Management and stores control- II
Applied Business Economics
Course- 3 Statistical Methods- II
Course –4 Business Economics- II
Semester III
Subjects: Advertising
Course- 5 Advertising II- I
Course –6 Advertising(I)- II
Business Administration
Course- 5 Industrial organization and personal Management- I
Course –6 Industrial organization and personal Management- II
Applied Business Economics
Course- 5 Indian Economy
Course –6 Business Finance- I
Semester IV
Subjects: Advertising
Course- 7 Advertising II
Course –8 Personal Salesmanship and Sales Management- II
Business Administration
Course- 7 Commercial Arithmetic- I
Course –8 Commercial Arithmetic- II
Applied Business Economics
Course- 7 Indian Economy
Course –8 Business Finance- I
Semester V
Subjects: Advertising
Course- 9 Management and Sales force
Course –10 Sales promotion and Public relations
Business Administration
Course- 9 Financial Accounts
Course –10 Government & Business
Applied Business Economics
Course- 9 Statistical Methods- III
Course –10 Public Finance- I
Semester VI
Subjects: Advertising
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Course- 11 Major Project and a Report on the sale training- I&II
Course –12 Enterpreneurship Development
Business Administration
Course- 11 Company Accounts
Course –12 Government Business- II
Applied Business Economics
Course- 9 Statistical Methods- IV
Course –10 Public Finance- II

B. Sc. (Vocational)
Course Structure: Semester I
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 1 Fundamentals of Computers
Course –2 Introduction to IBM PC
Practical : Based on above subjects
Instrumentation
Course- 1 Instrument Mechanism
Course –2 Metrology
Practical : Mechanical Instrumentation Lab
Optical Instrumentation
Course- 1 Basic optical and optical components
Course –2 Optical Materials and optical Workshop technology
Practical : Basic experiments and measurements in optics
Mathematics
Course- 1 Algebra, Matrices, Trigonometry
Course –2 Analysis (Diff. Calculus, Real Analysis & Convergence)
Semester II
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 3 Operating System
Course –4 BDP ( Business Data Processing)
Practical :
On Job Trainning - I
Instrumentation
Course- 3 Mechanical Measurment
Course –4 Basic Electronics and Instrumentation
Practical : Mechanical Instrumentation Lab
On Job Trainning - I
Optical Instrumentation
Course- 3 Basic of optical and opto-Mechanical Design
Course –4 Tutorials on Optical Design
Practical : Engineering Drawing and Mechanical Basics optical workshop
Report : On the job training - I
Mathematics
Course- 3 Integral calculus and Differential equations
Course –4 Co-ordinate Geometry of Three Dimension and Vector Calculus

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Foundation Course
Semester III
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 5 DBMS- 1 (Data Basic Management System- 1)
Course –6 Concepts of structurede programming using ‘C’
Practical : Based on above subjects
Instrumentation
Course- 5 Digital Electronics
Course –6 Microprocessor
Practical : Electronics Lab- II
Optical Instrumentation
Course- 5 Light source and illumination Engineering.
Course –6 Basic Optical Instruments
Practical : Optical workshop and mini project
Mathematics
Course- 5 Mathematical Statistics
Course –6 Numerical Analysis

Semester IV
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 7 DBMS- 1I(Data Basic Management System- 1I)
Course –8 Computer Graphic
Practical : Based on above subjects
On Job Trainning - II
Instrumentation
Course- 7 Optical Instrumentation
Course –8 Vacuum Instrumentation
Practical : Optics and Vacuum lab
On Job Trainning - II
Optical Instrumentation
Course- 7 Projection and Photographic optics
Course –8 Opthalmic optic
Practical : Optical optics and Photographic optics
Report : On the job training- II
Mathematics
Course- 7 Finite Mathematics
Course –8 Mechanics

Semester V
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 9 Computer Aided Drafting
Course –10 Advanced topics in Computers
Practical : Based on above subjects
Instrumentation
Course- 7 Optical Instrumentation
Course –8 Vacuum Instrumentation
Practical :
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Optical Instrumentation
Course- 9 Optical Metrology and spectroscopic instrumentation
Instrumentation
Course- 10 Lasers and Advanced Instrumentation
Practical : Advance optical Instruments Lab
Mathematics
Course- 9 Complex Analysis & Integral Transforms
Course –10 Hydro Dynamics and Partial Differential Equations

Semester VI
Subjects: Computer Application
Course- 11 Major Project
Course –12 Enterpreneurship Development
Instrumentation
Course- 11 Major Project
Course –12 Entrepreneurship Development
Optical Instrumentation
Course- 11 Fiber optics and optoelectronic instrumentation
Course –12 Quality control Production planning, Prospects and
Enterpreneurship Development
Practical : Project
Mathematics
Course- 11 Mathematical Programming
Course –12 Graph Theory

SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES


The school consists of eight departments with the following courses :

Departments : Courses
1. Department of Biotechnology : M.Sc. and Ph.D.
2. Department of Biochemistry : M.Sc. and Ph.D.
3. Department of Botony : M.Sc,M.Phil.,and Ph.D.programmes
4. Department of Environmental Studies : M.Sc. and Ph.D.
5. Department of Environmental Toxicology : M.Sc. and Ph.D
6. Department of Forestry : M.Sc. and Ph.D
7. Department of Zoology : M.Sc,M.Phil.,and Ph.D.programmes
8. Department of Microbiology : M.Sc. and Ph.D

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DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY
M.Phil. (Zoology)

No. of Seats: 15 Duration : 1 year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for admission to an M.Phil. course will be:
1. Master’s degree in subject concerned with above 55% marks and
2. Either an average of 55% marks in two examinations prior to Master’s
degree i.e. Intermeduate/Higher Secondary and Bachelor’s Degree
examination counted together or 50% marks in each of the above two
examinations separately.
Admission : The selection of candidate will be made on the basis of written test/merit.
Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course- I : Instrumentations
Course- II : Biostatistics
Course- III : Research Techniques
Second Semester :
Course- IV : Any of the following subjects :
1 . Toxicology
2. Environmental Pollution
3. Endocrinology
Course- V : Methods in Dessertation thesis writing, scientific report & project
formulation connected with the Dissertation Vova-Voce topic of
dissertation

M.Sc. (Zoology)
With specialization in Environmental Biology or Molecular Cell Biology

No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for admission to Master course in Zoology shall
be Bachelors degree with minimum of 50% marks with Zoology as one of the subjects.
Admission : On the basis of merit/Written Test.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course- I : Microbiology & Invertebrates
Course- 2 : Biological Chemistry
Course- 3 : Cell Biology
Practicals : (Based on course 1-3)
Second Semester :
Course- 4 : Chordates & Evolutinary Biology

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Course- 5 : Physiology and Immunology
Course- 6 : Genetics and Molecular Biology
Practicals : (Based on course 4-6)
Third Semester :
Course- 7 : Animal Behavior and Biostatistics
Course- 8 : Concept of Animal Development
Course- 9 : Applied Entomology
Practicals : (Based on course 7-9)
Fourth Semester :
Course- 10 : Environmental Physiology & Ecosystem
Course- 11 : Environmental Pollution, Environmental Management &
Environmental Health & Computer Application
Course- 12 : Environmemtal Economics,Population and Environmental education
Practicals : (Based on course (10-12)
OR
Course- 10 : Molecular Cell Biology
Course- 11 : Molecular Cytogenetics & Computer Application
Course- 12 : Cellular and Molecular Techniques
Practicals : (Based on course (10-12)

DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
M.Phil. (Botany)
No. of Seats : 15 Duration : 1 year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for admission to an M.Phil. Course will be :


1. Master’s degree in subject concerned with above 55% marks and
2. Either an average of 55% marks in two examination prior to Master’s
degree i.e. Intermeduate/Higher Secondary and Bachelor’s Degree
examination counted together or 50% marks in each of the above two
examinations separately.
Admission : The selection of candidate will be made on the basis of written test/merit.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course- I : Research Methodology ( Compulsory)
Any one of the following course
Course- II : Plant Biochemistry
Course- III : Reproductive Biology and Principles of Plant Breeding
Course- IV : Plant Morphogenesis
Second Semester :
Course- V : Biostatistics (Compulsory)
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Any one of the following course
Course- VI : Cytology and Molecular Biology
Course- VII : Environmental Biology
Course- VIII : Applied Microbiology

Project Report / Dissertation :


Each student will be required to complete 4 courses, 2 courses in the First Semester and 2
courses in second Semester in addition to submission of a project Report/ Dissertation.
Every student will have to take up an excursion in First Semester. Each student will have
to give at least one seminar talk pertaining to his dissertation and attend at least six
seminars held in the Department before submitting his dissertation.

M.Sc. (Botany)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility :
The minimum qualification for admission to Master Course in Botany shall be Bachelors
degree with minimum of 50% marks with Botany as one of the subjects.
Admission : Admission will be made on the basis of written test/merit

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Cell & Molecular Biology of Plants
Course 2 Biology and Diversity of Algae, Brophytes and Pteriodophytes
Course 3 Biology & Diversity of Viruses, Bacteria and Fungi
Course 4 Cytology and Genetics
Practicals Based on Course 1-4
Second Semester :
Course 5 Cytogenetics & Plant Breeding
Course 6 Biology and Diversity Gymnosperms
Course 7 Taxonomy of Angiosperms
Course 8 Plant Physiology and Metabolism
Practicals Based on Course 5-8
Third Semester :
Course 9 Plant Development
Course 10 Plant Reproduction
Course 11 Plant Ecology
Course 12 Plant resource utilization and conservation
Practicals Based on Course 9-12
Fourth Semester :
Course 13 Biostatistics and Computer Application
Course 14 Biotechnology and Genetics Enginnering
Course 15 Reproductive Biology - I
Course 16 Reproductive Biology - II
Practicals Based on Course 13-16

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
M.Sc. (Biotechnology)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for admission to a Master’s Course in


Biotechnology shall be any one of the following:
(a) Bechelors degree with Botany/Zoology as one of the subjects with 50% marks.
(b) B.E./B. Tech. (Chemistry, Biochemical Engineering, B.V.Sc./M.B.B.S.
Biotechnology)
(c) B.Sc. (Honors) degree in any of the following subjects:
Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Microbiology, Zoology, Botany, Geology,
Physics and Chemistry.
Admission : The selection of the candidate will be made on the basis of Written test. The
admission test shall be of B.Sc. standard.

Course Structure:
First Semester:
Course 1 : CellBiology
Course 2 : Bio-molecules
Course 3 : Microbial Physiology & Genetics
Course 4 : Computer Application & Biostatistics
Practicals : Based on Course 1-4
Seminars, Written Test (Internal Assesment), Attendance
Second Semester:
Course 5 : Molecular Biology
Course 6 : Macromolecules & basic Enzymology
Course 7 : Biology of Immune System
Course 8 : Pant Biotechnology
Practicals : Based on Course 5-8
Seminars, Written Test (Internal Assesment), Attendance
Third Semester:
Course 9 : Animal Cell Sciences & Technology
Course 10 : Genetic Engineering
Course 11 : Bioprocess Engg. & Tehnology
Course 12 : Enviromrntal Biotechnology
Practicals : Based on Course 9-12
Seminars, Written Test (Internal Assesment), Attendance
Fourth Semester:
Project Work

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
M.Sc. (Biotchemistry)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semester)

Eligibility : Same for M.Sc. (Biotechnology).


Admission : The selection of the candidate will be made on the basis of Written test. The
admission test shall be of B.Sc. standard.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Plant Bio-chemistry
Course 2 Cell Biology and Human Physiology
Course 3 Organic and Biophysical Chemistry
Course 4 Biochergetics and Intermediary metabolism
Practicals Based on Course 1-4
Second Semester :
Course 5 Concept and Method in Molecularbiology
Course 6 Biostatistics and Computer Application
Course 7 Immunology
Course 8 Advanced enzymology
Practicals Based on Course 5-8
Third Semester :
Course 9 Microbial Physiology and Bio-Chemistry
Course 10 Advanced Molecular Biology
Course 11 Nutritional Biochemistry
Course 12 Clinical Biochemistry
Practicals Based on Course 9-12
Fourth Semester :
Course 13 Environmental Bio-chemistry and
Toxicology
Project work
Dissertation
Viva- Voce

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY
M.Sc. Microbiology
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : Same as for M.Sc. (Biotechnology).

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Admission : The selection of the candidate will be made on the basis of Written test. The
admission test shall be of B.Sc. standard.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Mycology
Course 2 Virology
Course 3 Bacteriology
Course 4 Microbial Bio-chemistry
Practicals Based on Course 1-4
Second Semester :
Course 5 Molecular Biology and Recombinant DNA Technology
Course 6 Biostatistics and Computer Application
Course 7 Microbial Genetics
Course 8 Microbial Matabolism
Practicals Based on Course 5-8
Third Semester :
Course 9 Environment Matabolism
Course 10 Medical Microbiology
Course 11 Industrial and Food Microbiology
Course 12 Agricultural Microbiology
Practicals Based on Course 9-12
Fourth Semester :
Project work, Dessertation, Viva- Voce

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


M.Sc. (Environmental Science)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility :
1. Bachelors degree with 50% marks with Botany/Zoology/Chemistry/Environmental
Science as one of the subjects.
2. B.Sc. (Honors) degree in any following subjects with 50% marks :
Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Microbiology, Zoology, Botany,
Physics, Chemistry and Environmental Science.
Admission : On the basis of written test/merit. The admission test shall be of B.Sc.
standard.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Ecology and Sustainable Development
Course 2 Environmental Pollution
Course 3 Mateorology : Tools and Techniques
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Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Second Semester :
Course 4 Environmenta Chemistry
Course 5 Earth processes and Soil Science
Course 6 Energy and Environmental Policy
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Third Semester :
Course 7 Water resources and Marine Environmental
Course 8 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Course 9 Environmental Biostatistics and Modeling
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Fourth Semester :
Course 10 Environmental Impact and risk Assessment
Course 11 Environmental Biotechnology and Toxicology
Course 12 Environmental Management and Law
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY
M.Sc. (Forestry)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : The minimum qualification for admission to Master Course in Forestry


Science shall be B.Sc. in Forestry, Agriculture, B.E./B.tech,B.Sc. Hons. In Biochemistry,
Biophysics, Microbiology, Zoology, Botany, Geology.
Admission : On the basis of Written test/merit.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Forest Ecology and Environmental Conservation
Course 2 Forest Soil, Survey, Mapping and Land use Silviculture
Course 3 Silviculture
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Second Semester :
Course 4 Meteorology, Climatology and Remote Sensing
Course 5 Forest Economics, Legislation and project Formulation
Course 6 Forest Protection
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Third Semester :
Course 7 Forest Recourses Utilization
Course 8 Forest Wild life management and Conservation
Course 9 Forest Statistics and Computer Application
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Fourth Semester :
Course 10 Agroforestry and Grass Land Management

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Course 11 Semi arid Soil and Water Conservation Water Shed Management
Course 12 Forest Management, Mensuration and Eco-development
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies with Project
Work)

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY


M.Sc. (Environmental Toxicology)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility :
B.Sc. in any one of the following: Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Bio-technology,
Bio-chemistry, Bio-physics or Micro-Biology.
Admission : Admission will be made of the basis of merit.
Course Structure :
First Semester :
Course 1 Fundamentals of Toxicology
Course 2 Occupational and Environmental Toxicology
Course 3 Ecotoxicology
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Second Semester :
Course 4 Trace Elements in Human Health
Course 5 Pesticide Toxicology
Course 6 Biostatistics
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Third Semester :
Course 7 Analytical Techniques in Toxicology
Course 8 Cosmetic Toxicology
Course 9 Toxocology of Heavy Metals
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)
Fourth Semester :
Course 10 Epidemology and Preventive Toxicology
Course 11 Forensic toxicology
Course 12 Computer Modeling
Practicals of Three Courses (Lab Course and Field Studies)

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DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY & CULTURE
M.PHIL. (HISTORY)
No. of Seats : 20 Duration : 1 year (2 Semesters)

Eligibility :
Candidate must have passed with Masters Degree with at least 55% marks and
Bachelor's Degree with at least 50% marks.
Admission : Admission to this course will be given after admission test.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Paper- I Theory of History
Paper- I Research Techniques & Methods
Second Semester :
Paper- III-A Ancient Historiography.
Paper- III-B Medieval Historiography.
Paper- III-C Modern Historiography
Paper- IV Philosophy and Philosophers of History

M.A. (HISTORY)
No. of Seats : 30 Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility : Graduate in any discipline.


Admission : On the basis of merit.

Course Structure :
First Semester :
Paper I Historiography, Concept, Methods & Tools
Paper II-A History of India from earliest times to the post Gupta Period
Paper II-B Political History of India 1000 A.D. to 1526 A.D.
Paper II-C Political History of India 1757 to 1857 A.D.

Second Semester :
Paper III Twentieth Century World
Paper IV-A History of India from Haswardhan to Circa Century Twelfth
Paper IV-B Political History of India 1000AD to 1526 A.D.
Paper II-C Political History of India 1858 to 1964 A.D.

Third Semester :
Paper V-A Society and Economy in Ancient India
Paper V-B Society and Economy in India 1000 AD to 1750 A.D.
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Paper VI-A State Craft of India
Paper VI-B History of Ideas
Paper VI-C History of Awadh (1722-1856)
Paper VI-G History of Science & Technology in Precolonial India
Paper VI-H Medival Epigraphy
Paper VI-I Epigraphy
Paper VI-J Archival Studies

Fourth Semester :
Paper VII-A Religion and Culture in Ancient India
Paper VII-B Religion and Culture in India (1000 A.D. to 1750 A.D.)
Paper VII-C Society, Religion & Culture in Modern India 1757 to 1964
Paper VIII-A Computer Application in History
Paper VIII-B Science & Technology in Colonial India
Paper VIII-C Women in India History
Paper VIII-D Gandhi and his Philosophy
Paper VIII-E History of Braj Region
Paper VIII-F History of U.P. (1834-1947)
Paper VIII-G History of Agra
Paper VIII-H Numismatics

DIPLOMA IN GANDHIAN STUDIES


No. of Seats : 30 Duration : 1 year

Eligibility : Graduate in any discipline.


Admission : On the basis of merit

Course Structure :
Paper I Gandhis’s Life and Role in Politics
Paper II Gandhian Philosophy
Paper III Gandhis’s concepts and Ideals
Paper IV Eassy
Paper V Project and Viva-Vocs

DEPT. OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

Bachelor of Library and Information Science (B.Lib.I.Sc.)


No. of Seats: 50 Duration : 1 year

Eligibility :

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Candidate seeking admission to the course must have passed at least a bachelor’s
deree examination under (10+2+3) pattern from a recongnized University with
minimum 50% marks.
Admission : On the basis of test/merit

Course Structure:
Paper I Foundation of Library and Information Science
Paper II Management of Library and Information Science
Paper III Knowledge organization and processing (Theory)
Paper IV Knowledge organization and processing (Classification Practical)
Paper V Knowledge organization and processing (Cataloguing Practical)
Paper VI Reference services and Information sources
Paper VII Information Retrival Systems and Services
Paper VIIIA Information Technology : Basics(Theory)
Paper VIIIB Information Technology : Basics(Practical)

SETH PADAM CHAND JAIN INSTITUTE OF


COMMERCE, BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND
ECONOMICS
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Three-year (Part Time)
No. of Seats: 60 Duration: 3 Years (6 semesters)

Eligibility : A Bachelor degree (10+2+3) or an equivalent degree (Including


medicine, technology etc.) in any discipline from a recognized university and with
minimum one year post qualification experience in Supervisory capacity.
Admission : On the basis of written test.
Course Structure
SEMESTER 1 Title of the Paper
Course 101 Principal and Practices Of Management
Course 102 Quantitative Techniques For Management
Course 103 Fundamental of Accounting
Course 104 Organizational Behavior
SEMESTER 2 Title of the Paper
Course 201 Human Resources Management
Course 202 Marketing Management
Course 203 Financial Management
Course 204 Production Management
SEMESTER 3 Title of the Paper
Course 301 Planning and Management Retail Business
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Course 302 Entrepreneurship And Small Business Management
Course 303 Business Laws
Course 304 Managerial Economics
SEMESTER 4 Title of the Paper
Course 401 Global Business Management
Course 402 Knowledge Management
Course 403 Accounting for Managers
Course 404 Management Information System
SEMESTER 5 Title of the Paper
Course 501 Research Methodology
Course 502 Business Policy
Course 503 Specialization – I
Course 504 Specialization – II
SEMESTER 6 Title of the Paper
Course 601 Corporate laws
Course 602 Specialization – II
Course 603 Specialization – IV
Course 604 Project Report & viva-voce
SEMESTER 5 Electives
Finance
Course FM 1 Finance Decision And Analysis
Course FM 2 Security Analysis And Portfolio Management
Human resource
Course HRM 1 Labour Laws
Course HRM 2 HRD : Practices Systems
Marketing Management
Course MM 1 Service Marketing
Course MM 2 Product And Advertising
SEMESTER 6 Electives
Finance
Course FM 3 Merchant Banking And Financial Services
Course FM 4 International Financial Management
Human resource
Course HRM 3 Industrial Relationship
Course HRM 4 Organizational Development And Industrial Psychology
Marketing Management
Course MM 3 Consumer Behaviors And Marketing Research
Course MM4 Sales and Distribution Management

M. Com.
No. of Seats: 30 each Duration: 2Years

Specialization (i) Accounting


(ii) Business Administration
(iii) Applied Business Economics

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Eligibility : A Bachelor degree (10+2+3) or an equivalent degree in commerce
/ Business Administration/E-Commerce
Admission : On the basis of marit.

Course Structure As prescribed by University for affiliated colleges.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Bachelor in Physical Education (B.P.Ed.)


No. of Seat : 40 Duration: 2 semesters

Eligibility : Graduate.
Admission : On the basis of written & physical fitness test.

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INSTITUTE OF TOURISM AND HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
Master of Tourism Management (MTM)
No. of Seats : 60 Duration : 2 years(4 Semesters)

Eligibility : A bachelor degree (10+2+3) or an equivalent degree (including Medicine,


Technology etc.)
Admission : On the basis of merit/written test.

Course Curricilum :
First Semester :
Course 101 Paper I Basic of Tourism
Course 102 Paper II Human Resource Development in Tourism
Course 103 Paper III Fundamental of Management in Tourism
Course 104 Paper IV Indian History, Culture and Architechture
Course 105 Paper V Adventure Tourism & Geography
Course 106 Paper VI Ecology, Environmental & Tourism
Second Semester :
Course 201 Paper VII Tourism planning, Policy and Development
Course 202 Paper VIII Tourism Marketing
Course 203 Paper IX Accomodation Service and Resort Management
Course 204 Paper X Travel Agency and Tour Operations
Course 205 Paper XI Tourism Products of India
Course 206 Paper XII Operation research in Tourism
Note After 2nd Semester every student will have to go for 4 to 6 weeks on the job
Training.
Third Semester :
Course 301 Paper XIII Travel Trade & Transport
Course 302 Paper XIV Basic Air Faires & Ticketing
Course 303 Paper XV Accomodation Service –Front Office & House Keeping
Course 304 Paper XVI Public Relation , Communication & Personality Development
Course 305 Paper XVII Foreign Language (any one to whole class)
Course 306 Paper XVIII Viva- Voce on the basis of job Training
Fourth Semester :
Course 401 Paper XIX Tourism Regulation and Event Management
Course 402 Paper XX Basic Cargo Rating and Documentation
Course 403 Paper XXI Basic of Tourism Accounting & Finance
Course 404 Paper XXII Computer Application and Information Technology in
Tourism
Course 405 Paper XXIII Research Methodology in Tourism
Course 406 Paper XXIV Project 7 Viva- Voce

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B.A. (Vocational)

No. of Seats: 30 Duration: 3 years (6 Semesters)

Eligibility: Intermediate (10+2) or an equivalent


Admission: On the basis of merit
Subjects: Travel & Tourism Management with
(1) History
(2) Either Gen. English or Hindi Language
(3) Sociology or Economics
(4) Rastriya Gaurav and Environment

Course Structure: B.A. (Voc.)


Semester 1
Subject – Travel & Tourism Management
Course 1 Tourism Business- 1
Course 2 Tourism Product- 1
History
Course 1 Political History of India from the earliest times to the Mauryas
Course 2 Political History of India from the post Mauryan times to Harsha
Sociology
Course 1 Basic Concepts
Course 2 Social Environmental
Economics
Course 1 Micro Economics
Course 2 Indian Economics-I
General English
Course 1 Grammar
Course 2 Essay (First five from prescribed book) University Publication No. 101 (A
book of essays)
Rastriya Gaurav and Environment
Semester 2
Subject – Travel & Tourism Management
Course 3 Tourism Business- II
Course 4 Tourism Product- II
History
Course 3 Political History of India from the Rajputs to the Turkish Conquest
Course 4 Political History of India from the Turkish Conquest to the End of Delhi
Sultanate
Sociology
Course 3 Indian Sociology
Course 4 Social Institution
Economics
Course 3 Manageral Economics
Course 4 Indian Economics-II
General English
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Course 3 Translation, Comprehension, Essays & Grammar
Course 4 Essay (Last five from prescribed book)Agra University Publication No. 101
(A book of essays)
Job Training
Semester 3
Subject – Travel & Tourism Management
Course 5 Tourism Marketing- I
Course 6 Tourism Agency, Tour Business & Accommodation- I
History
Course 5 Political History of India from Babur to Aurangzeb(1562 AD- 1707 AD)
Course 6 Political History of India from the (1707 AD-1865 AD)
Sociology
Course 5 Social control
Course 6 Social Change
Economics
Course 5 Money & Banking
Course 6 International Economics and World Economic Organisation
General English
Course 5 Grammar
Course 6 Short stories I (First five from prescribed book) Agra University Publicatio
No. 103 (Modern short Stories)
Job Training
Semester 4
Subject Travel & Tourism Management
Course 7 Tourism Marketing II
Course 8 Tourism Agency, Tour Business & Accommodation II
History
Course 7 Political History of India from (1857AD – 1947AD)
Course 8 Ancient Indian Culture
Sociology
Course 7 Social Research & Survey Research Methodology
Course 8 Research Methodology
Economics
Course 7 Public Finance – I
Course 8 Public Finance – II
General English
Course 7 Translation, Application and letter writing
Course 8 Short Stories II (Last five from prescribed book) Agra
University Publication No. 103
(Modern Short Stories)
Job Training
Semester 5
Subject – Travel & Tourism Management
Course 9 Emerging concepts for Effective Tourism Development
Course 10 Information, Communication, Automation
History
Course 9 Medieval Indian Culture
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Course 10 Modern Indian Culture
Sociology
Course 9 History of Social Thought
Course 10 Sociological Perspective
Economics
Course 9 Economics Analysis – I
Course 10 Economics Analysis –I
General English
Course 9 Grammar & Writing Skill
Course 10 A Treasury of Modern short Plays Agra University Publication
No. 112
Job Training
Semester – 6
Subject - Travel & Tourism Management
Course 11 Project Report & Report on the Job Training – I & II
Course 12 Enterpreneurship Development Programme
History
Course 11 A Brief Survey of Modern World from Renaissance to Nepoleon Era
Course 12 A Brief Survey of Modern World from1870 AD to 1945 AD
Sociology
Course 11 Social Disorganization
Course 12 Major Problem of Indian Society
Economics
Course 11 Development Planning & Policies
Course 12 Planning on India
General English
Course 11 Communication Skills
Course 12 Business Communication
Job Training

P.G. Diploma in Hotel & Tourism Management


Eligibility : A bachelor degree (10+2+3) or an equivalent degree (including Medicine,
Technology etc.) in any disci;\pline form a recognized university.
OR
Those who hold a Bachelor degree under or 10+2+2 system of education before 1985 or
with bridge course.

Duration of course : One Year

Seats : 30

Fees : Collect the paper of finace committee and EC approval.

Course Structure :

Course 101 : Paper I Fundamental of Tourism


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Course 102 : Paper II Tourism Management & Marketing Concepts
Course 103 : Paper III Travel Management
Course 104 : Paper IV Hotel Management
Course 105 : Paper V Indian History – Culture & Heritage
Course 106 : Paper VI Business English & Communication Skill
*Job Training Report Project & Vica – voce
A weeks on job Training in Mid-session suitable to the Institute/Industry.

LALIT KALA SANTHAN


(Institute of Fine Arts)
S. Classes Subject Seat Duration Eligibility
No.
2 M.F.A. Painting 20 2 Years Bachelor’s Degree
Master in seats with 45% marks.
Fine arts
3. M.F.A. Sculpture 20 2 years Bachelor’s Degree
Master in seats with 45% marks.
Fine arts
4. M.F.A. Applied Arts 20 2 Years Bachelor’s Degree
Master in Seats with 45 % marks
Fine arts
5. B.F.A Painting, Sculpture and 20 4 Years 10 + 2 or Equivalent
Bachelor in Commercial art. Seats
Fine Arts

Admission: Admission will be on the basis of merit

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INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION
SCIENCE

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)


No. of Seats : 25 Duration : 1 year (2 semester)

Eligibility : A Bachelor’s degree (10+2+3) with at least 50% marks in Aggregate


with Mathematics as a subject up to 10+2 level
Admission : On the basis of merit/admission test.

COURSE STRUCTURE
First Semester
Course – 101 Computer Organization
Course – 102 P/C Software Skills
Course – 103 Prog. Through C & Data Structure
Course – 104 System Analysis and Design
Course – 105 e-Commerce
Practical Based on above subjects
Second Semester
Course – 201 Database management System
Course – 202 Computer Network
Course – 203 OOPS
Course – 204 Visual Programming
Course – 205 Operating System
Project :

Important Instruction for Candidates

Admission 2010-11

1. Candidates may note that any discrepancy due printing regarding fee or
eligibility criteria or any other will not provide any right to the candidate for
admission to the particular course, the candidate will be required to pay the
actual fee applicable for the course at the time of admission and the university
will not be responsible for it in any case whatsoever. Candidates who passed the
qualifing examination before 2008 are not eligible for admission in any full
time degree course.
2. The applicant should ensure that he/she has correctly filled up the application
form and the admit card and that he/she fulfils the eligibility criteria of the course
concerned . Admission shall be cancelled if the candidate is not found eligible
even if he/she has appeared in the entrance test and declared successful or
admitted.
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3. Reservation rule for admission in all courses shall be applicable as per
Government rules.
4. Admit card for the entrance test will be sent to the candidate by post. If a
candidate fails to receive the admit card by the test date he/she should contact co-
ordinator of entrance test or course director/head of the department.
5. A candidate is required to fill-up separate application form for each course.
Incomplete forms are liable to be rejected.
6. The question paper for the test whereever applicable will be of objective type. The
admission to such courses will be made on the basis of the merit of the entrance
test conducted by the University.
7. The University reserves the right not to hold the entrance examination test or
cancel and test for any specific course without any prior notice. Candidates found
using unfair means during admission test shall lose their candidature and shall be
dealt with as per rules.
8. The University reserves the right not to start any self- financing course if
sufficient number of applications are not received. In such cases the fee of the
applicant shall be refunded.
9. The fee may be changed at any times as per the guidelines or norms of the
Hon'ble Court/Government/University without any ptior information to the
candidate and the same fee shall be binding on the candidate.
10. The fee of the candidate once admitted shall not be refunded. However any
candidate requiring the refund should apply for cancellation of admission within a
period of 10 days from the date of his/her admission and in such cases only 75%
fee shall be refunded. The candidate in such a case should not have attended any
classes.
11. After being admitted to any course, if the candidate fails to submit his/her
eligibility qualification certificate within the stipulated time his/her admission will
be liable to be cancelled and the candidate shall be solely responsible for the
same.
12. If the candidate is admitted in one course and isadmitted in another course too of
the University. 75% fee deposited by him/her can be adjusted in the later course
in which he/she is admitted to.
13. Fee will not be deposited in cash, but is to be paid to the University in the form of
a Demand Draft in Favour of "Finance Officer, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University,
payable at Agra.
14. Complete application form along with a self addressed envelope dully stamped ,
with a stamp of Rs.5/- is to be sent to the Co-ordinator , Admission 2010, School
of Life Sciences, Khandari Campus, Agra-282002
15. No enclosures are required with the admission form Certificates in
original/photocopies will be needed at the time of admission.
16. The candidates who have appeared in the qualifying examination, but the result is
awaited, may also apply. However, they have to submit the completion certificate
with in the stipulated time.

Registrar
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar (Agra) University
AGRA
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