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Intermediate Courses

The college offers courses in Arts, Science and Commerce streams at intermediate (11th & 12th) level as well as undergraduate level.

At intermediate (11th & 12th) level, we provide courses in History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Sociology, Philosophy and Mathematics in arts department. In science department, we provide courses in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In commerce department, we provide courses in Business Studies, Accountancy, Entrepreneurship and Economics.

At undergraduate level, we provide language courses in Hindi, English, Urdu, Maithili, and Sanskrit along with other subjects like Geography, Psychology, Sociology, History, Political Science, Economics, Mathematics and Philosophy in arts department.

In science department, we provide honours courses in Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Mathematics. In commerce department, we provide honours courses in Accountancy, Corporate Administration, Business Environment and Business Finance.

Arts (B.A.)

Honours Courses

1. Compulsory Subject(for Arts, Science & Commerce)1st and 2nd Part Rashtrabhasha Hindi (For students with Hindi background)- 100 marks

Or

Rashtrabhasha Hindi (For students with Non Hindi background)- 50 marks

And

Mother tongue language (any one subject in English, Urdu and Maithili)- 50 Marks In the 3rd part it is essential to study General Environmental Studies (GES) in place of Rashtrabhasha Hindi & Non Hindi (RB Hindi & RB Non Hindi)- 100 marks

2. Elective subjects for Honours
a) Hindi b) English c) Urdu d) Maithili e) Sanskrit f) Geography g) Psychology h) Sociology i) History j) Political Science k) Economics l) Mathematics m) Philosophy

Any one of the above given subjects can be selected as Honours subject. In Part 1 (Paper 1st & Paper 2nd) and Part 2 (3rd Paper & 4th Paper) and final Part 3rd (Paper 5, 6, 7 & 8). Each Paper will contain 100 marks except practical subject of Psychology and Geography.

Note: In 3rd part 8th paper of Psychology and Geography will be practical subject which contains 100 marks.

b) Subsidiary subjects ( Only for Part 1 & Part 2)
Two of the above subjects will be selected as subsidiary subjects with an honours subject in this syllabus. Each subject will contain 100 marks. The subject selected as honours subject cannot be selected as a subsidiary subject. Students with Language and Literature as honours subject can select only one subject as subsidiary paper within Language and Literature. Note: - For student with Psychology and Geography as subsidiary paper, the paper will be of 75 marks in theory and 25 marks in practicals.

Note: - Minimum 45% marks is required in a particular subject in Intermediate ( 12th Class) to select it as Honours subject otherwise a candidate has to take General course.

Science (B. Sc.)

Honours Courses

1) Physics 2) Chemistry 3) Botany 4) Zoology 5) Mathematics
Any one of the above given subjects can be selected as Honours subject. In Part 1 (Paper 1st & Paper 2nd) and Part 2 (Paper 3rd & Paper 4th). Each Paper will contain 100 marks out of which Theory Paper will contain 75 Marks and Practical Paper will contain 25 marks. In final Part 3rd Paper 5th, 6th & 7th each paper will be theory paper and contains 100 marks. 8th paper will be practical paper and contains 100 marks.

2) Subsidiary subjects ( Only for Part 1 & Part 2)
Two Subjects are to be studied as subsidiary subjects with any one of the above given subject as Honours subject. Each Subject will contain 100 marks out of which Theory paper will contain 75 marks and practical test will contain 25 marks.

  • With Physics as Honours Subject - 1) Chemistry 2) Mathematics
  • With Chemistry as Honours Subject – 1) Physics 2) Mathematics or 1) Botany 2) Zoology
  • With Botany as Honours Subject – 1) Chemistry 2) Zoology
  • With Zoology as Honours Subject – 1) Chemistry 2) Botany
  • With Mathematics as Honours Subject – 1) Physics 2) Chemistry

In the 3rd part it is essential to study General Environmental Studies (GES) in place of Rashtrabhasha Hindi & Non Hindi (RB Hindi & RB Non Hindi).

Note: - Minimum 45% marks is required in a particular subject in Intermediate ( 12th Class) to select it as Honours subject otherwise a candidate has to take General course.

Commerce (B. Com.)

Honours Courses

Any one of the subject given below can be selected as Honours subject.

  1. Accountancy
  2. Corporate Administration
  3. Business Environment
  4. Business Finance

Subsidiary Subject

Subsidiary subjects for Honours group A

  • Business Management
  • Theory of Economics

Subsidiary subjects for Honours group B, C, D

  • Financial Accounting
  • Theory of Economics

In the 3rd part it is essential to study General Environmental Studies (GES) in place of Rashtrabhasha Hindi & Non Hindi (RB Hindi & RB Non Hindi).

Note: - Minimum 45% marks is required in a particular subject in Intermediate ( 12th Class) to select it as Honours subject otherwise a candidate has to take General course.

For Three Year Degree General Courses

For general course Each of Part 1, Part 2 will have 4 subjects with RB Hindi or RB Non Hindi & In Part 3 there will be 4 subjects were in place of RB Hindi or RB Non Hindi the 4th subject is General Environmental Studies (GES).

Note:- In each of Science subjects and Geography & Psychology