Courses of Studies:
(Medium of Instruction: Assamese & English)

» Two-Year Higher Secondary Course in Arts.
» Three-Year Degree Course in Arts (Major & General)
» Three-Year Degree Course in Commerce (Major & General)
» PG Degree, PG Diploma & Certificate Courses under IDOL, GU.


Subjects offered in the Higher Secondary Course:

(a) Compulsory Subjects:
» English
» M.I.L. (Assamese / Bodo / Alternative English)
» Environmental Studies (Only for H.S. 1st Year Class)
(b) Elective Subjects
» Advance Assamese
» Advance Bodo
» Economics
» Education
» Logic and Philosophy
» History
» Political Science
» Sanskrit
» Arabic
» Mathematics
» Statistics

It is compulsory for a student to study minimum three subjects from the above mentioned list of subjects. However, a student may take up one more subject from the same list as an additional elective subject.

As per subject combination rules, a student is allowed to select only one elective subject from the following:

» Advance Assamese
» Advance Bodo
» Sanskrit
» Arabic

Subjects offered in Three-Year Degree Course (Arts) :

(a) Compulsory Subjects:
» English
» M.I.L. - Assamese/Bodo/Alternative English
» Environmental Studies (3rd and 4th Semester)
(b) Elective Subjects:
» Economics
» Education
» History / Statistics
» Philosophy
» Political Science / Mathematics
» Elective Assamese / Elective Bodo
» Sanskrit / Arabic
» Computer Application

A student is required to study any two of the elective subjects from the given list. However, a student may take up a vocational subject in lieu of any one of the elective subjects.

Subjects offered in the Three-Year Degree Course of Arts (Major) :

» English
» Assamese
» Economics
» Education
» Political Science
» Philosophy
» Sanskrit
» Bodo
» History

A student of the Major course is required to study one of the elective subjects from the list given below.

» Economics
» Education
» History / Statistics
» Philosophy
» Political Science / Mathematics
» Elective Assamese / Elective Bodo
» Sanskrit / Arabic

Subjects offered in the Three-Year Degree Course (Commerce)
Com. 1st Sem. (General Course)
Semester General Papers Core Papers
Semester - I 1.01 Business Mathematics/
Fundamentals of Insurance
1.02 Financial Accountancy - I
1.03 Business Organization and entrepreneurship Development
1.04 Indian Financial System
Semester - II 2.01 Communicative and Functional English – I or
Functional MIL (Assamese/ Bengali Hindi Bodo etc.) - I
 
     

Com. 1st Sem. (Major course)
» Cost Accounting ( Accy.)
» Human Resource Management (Mgt.)
» Rural and Micro Finance (Fin.)

B. Com. 1st Sem. (General Course) Any one paper for B. Com. 2nd Sem. (General)

» Communicative & Functional Eng/MIL/Bodo
» Financial Accounting-II
» Principles of Mgt.
» Business Statistics

B. Com. 2nd Sem. (Major course)
» Management Accounting (Accy)
» Human Resource Planning & Development (Mgt.)
» Micro Credit Institutions (Fin)

Any one paper for 3rd Sem.

» Environmental Studies
» Communicative & Functional English/MIL-II/Bodo (Corporate Law.)
» Corporate Accounting
» Direct Tax

(Major course)
» Advance Corporate Accounting (Accy)
» Industrial Relations & Labour Laws (Mgt)
» Financial Institution & Markets (Fin)

Vocational Course:

With a view to inculcating the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students, the college has taken steps for introduction of various vocational subjects. Functional English, a vocational subject, has already been introduced under the UGC Scheme. A student of Three-Year Degree Course (General) may take up this vocational subject in lieu of any conventional elective subject. The Department of Functional English provides excellent library and laboratory facilities for the students.

Career Oriented Programmes:

(A) The college conducts the following UGC sponsored career oriented programmes at the Three-Year Degree level.
  (i) Creative Writing
(ii) Early Child Care and Education
(iii) Entrepreneurship in Small-scale Industries
(B) The college also offers Computer Application as an elective subject in the Three-Year Degree Course (Arts)

Self-financing Course:

The college offers PGDCA course.

Besides, it conducts Certificate Course in Basic Computer Application with a view to providing the youth of the locality with the scope of learning basic computer application. The students of the college can join the course by paying nominal fees.

Remedial Coaching:

The college conducts UGC sponsored Remedial Coaching at the TDC level for the students of the Minority Communities and closely monitors their progress.

Holiday List for the period from 1st January, 2016 to 30th June, 2016 for the Calender year 2016
(As approved by the Hon’ble Rector on 24-12-2015)

(A) Holiday Offices & Classes of the University and its affiliated & permitted colleges will remain closed on the following days w.e.f. 1st January 2016 to 30th June 2016.

Sl. Nos Occasion Month Date(s)

Day(s) of the week

No of days

1 Magh Bihu January 14, 15 & 16 Thursday, Friday & Saturday 03
2 Republic Day / GU Foundation Day January 26 Tuesday 01
3 Swaraswati Puja February 13 Saturday 01
4 Sivaratri March 7 Monday 01
5 Dol Jatra March 23 & 24 Wednesday & Thursday 02
6 Good Friday March 25 Friday 01
7 Bohag Bihu April 13, 14 & 15 Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 03
8 May Day May 1 Sunday 01
9 Buddha Purnima May 21 Saturday 01
10 Id-Ul-Fiter July 6 & 7 Wednesday & Thursday 02
11 Independence Day August 15 Monday 01
12 Tithi of Sri Sri Madhabdev August 22 Monday 01
13 Janmastomi August 25 Thursday 01
14 Tithi of Sri Sri Sankardev September 3 Saturday 01
15 Id-Uz-Jaha September 12 Monday 01
16 Birth day of Mahatma Gandhi October 2 Sunday 01
17 Durga Puja, Lakhsmi Puja & Muharram October 7-15 Friday to Saturday 09
18 Kati Bihu October 17 Monday 01
19 Kali Puja & Dewali October 29 & 30 Saturday & Sunday 02
20 Guru Nanak’s Birthday November 14 Monday 01
21 Asom Divas (Sukapha Divas) December 2 Friday 01
22 Christmas Day December 25 Sunday 01

(B) Restricted Holidays : Each employee will also be entitled to avail himself/herself of any 3 (three) holidays in the year to be chosen by him/ her out of the following list of restricted holidays. The employee(s) intending to avail this holiday should submit application to the concerned Head for approval of the competent authority in advance. Such leave will normally be granted by the leave sanctioning authority except when the presence of the emplyee(s) is considered necessary due to exigencies of work in the University.

Sl. Nos Occasion Month Date(s)

Day(s) of the week

No of days

1 New Year’s Day January 1 Friday 01
2 Silpi Divas January 17 Sunday 01
3 Fateha-E-Dowaj Daham January 22 Friday 01
4 Netaji’s Birthday January 23 Saturday 01
5 Gwther Bathaw San January 26 Tuesday 01
6 Me-Dum-Me-Phil January 31 Sunday 01
7 Ali Aye Lingang February 17 Wednesday 01
8 Bir Chilarai Divas February 22 Monday 01
9 Bathow Puja/ Khring Khring Bathow Puja March 2 Monday 01
10 Mahaveer Jayanti/ Sati Sadhini Divas April 2 Thursday 01
11 Tithi of Sri Sri Damodar Dev May 7 Saturday 01
12 Tithi of Sri Gopal Dev May 12 Thursday 01
13 Janmotsav of Sri Sri Madhab Dev May 22 Sunday 01
14 Sabebarat May 23 Monday 01
15 Tithi of Hari Dev June 4 Saturday 01
16 Ambubasi Nibriti June To be notified based on new Assamese Calander 01
17 Biswakarma Puja September 17 Saturday 01
18 Chhat Puja November 6 Sunday 01
19 Lachit Divas November 24 Thursday 01
20 Martyr’s Day December 10 Saturday 01
21 Christmas December 24 Saturday 01

Note : 1. If any Holidays for occasions do not fail on the day notified, necessary notification, changing the date will be issued in due course.
           2. Additional holidays further to the above will be applicable as when declared by the university Administration.
           3. Summer/Winter break will be as specified in the Academic Calender.
           4. Any other days as may be declared by the State Govt./Dist. Admin. Under Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1888 (XXIV of 1881) as                holidays will be observed.
           5. Silpi Divas to be celebrated on 17th Jan, 2016 from 2 pm
           6. The exact date of Ambubasi Nibriti will depend on the next Assamese new calender which is not available now.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE SESSION 2016 – 17
HS / BA / BCOM (JULY’ 2016 TO JUNE’ 2017)

Months/
Years
Dates
Particulars Administrative Working Days
(Office hours
from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM)
Class Days Class hours
from 9:00 AM to 4 PM
Sundays Holidays
July / 16 30, 10, 17, 24, 31 1 – 31
6, 7
Summer Vacation
Id-Ul-Fitre
(Subject to G.U. notification)
1, 2, 4, 5, 7–9 11–16, 18–23,
30–30
Nil
Total 4 Nil - 26 26
August / 16 7, 14, 21, 28 15    
22    
25
Independence Day
Tithi of Sri Sri Madhab Dev  
Janmastomi
1–6, 8–13 16 – 20, 17 – 23,
24, 26, 27, 29–31
1, 3 – 8, 10 – 14, 17 – 22,
24 – 29, 31
Total 4 2 - 25 Nil
Sept / 16 4, 11, 18, 25 3    
12
Tithi of Srimanta Sankardeva  
Id –Uz – Zuha
1, 3, 4, 7 – 12, 14, 16 – 19,
21 – 24, 26, 28 - 30
1, 3, 4, 7 – 12, 14, 16 – 19,
21 – 24, 26, 28 - 30
Total 5 1 - 25 25
Oct / 16 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 2
7 – 15
17
29, 30
Gandhi Jayanti  
Durga Puja, Vijaya Dashami & Lakshmi Puja
Maharam, Kati Bihu  
Kali Puja and Dewali
1, 3, 5 – 10, 12 – 17, 19,
27 - 31
1, 3, 5 – 10, 12 – 17, 19,
27 - 31
Total          
Nov / 16 6, 13, 20, 27 14 Guru Nanak’s Birth Day 1 – 5, 7 – 12 15 – 19,
21 – 26, 28 – 30
 
Total 4 8   19 19
Dec / 16 4, 11, 18, 25 2
25
Assam Divas, Sukapha Divas
Christmas Day
1, 3, 5 – 10, 12 – 17,
19 – 24, 26 – 30
1 – 5, 7 – 12, 14 – 19,
21 – 24, 26 28 -31
Total 5 3   22 22
Jan / 17 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 14, 15
17
26
Winter Vacation, Magh Bihu  
Silpi Divas  
Republic Day
1– 7 13, 14, 18 – 23, 25,
27 – 30
Total 4 1   26 26
Feb / 16 5, 12, 19, 26 1
24
Saraswati Puja
Shivratri
1 – 6, 8 –12, 15 – 20,
22 – 27, 29
1 – 6, 8 –12, 15 – 20,
22 – 27, 29
Total 5 3   23 11
Mar / 17 5, 12, 19, 26 13, 14 Dol-Yatra 1 – 5, 8 –12, 14 – 19, 21,
22, 24, 26, 28 – 31
1 – 5, 8 –12, 14 – 19,
21, 22, 24, 26, 28 – 31
Total 4 1   24 24
April / 17 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 14 – 15 Bohag Bihu Good Friday 1, 2, 4 – 9, 11, 12, 16,
18 – 23, 25 – 30
1, 2, 4 – 9, 11, 12, 16,
18 – 23, 25 – 30
Total 4 3   24 24
May / 17 7, 14, 21, 28 1 May Day 2 – 7, 9 – 14, 16 – 20,
23 – 28, 30, 31
2 – 7, 9 – 14, 16 – 20,
23 – 28, 30, 31
Total 4 3   23 23
June/17          
Total 5 2   24 24
 

Half holidays :-  At 1 P.M.

18 October
24 October
Kati Bihu


N.B. The dates of holiday may change as per holiday list of G.U.

Note: (i) H. S. 1 st Year Annual and H.S. final Examination will be held as per AHSEC notification.

(ii) Semester Examinations will be held as per G.U. notification.

(iii) Sessional Examinations along with seminar, Group discussions in the College should be designed in such away that the other normal classes are running smothly.



GAUHATI UNIVERSITY
(Approved in the meeting of the Academic Council)
Regulation of TOC for Semester System
& with Choice based Credit and Grading System.


1. A TOC shall be of Six Semesters covering three Calendar Year. The schedule for Semester system shall be as shown below:
(a) First, Third and Ffth Semester: August 1-Dec-31 (including examinations)
(b) Second, Fourth and Sixth Semester : January 1—June -30 (including examinations)
(c) Semester Break: July 1- July 31.
The Academic Calendar and schedule for Semester System is given in Annexure-I.
Course Structure under Semester System given in Annexure-II.
2. Student’s performance should be monitored through out the Semester by continuous assessment in the theory and practical courses. Evaluation of the Students performance in each of the theory and practical paper will be based on the following :
Internal Evaluation : 20% Marks
External Evaluation : 80% Marks
3. Internal Evaluation should be based on two sessional examinations, home assignments, Seminars, and library work in each Semester. The schedule for internal evaluation is given in Annexure-I. The procedure for internal evaluation is given in Annexure-III.
4. External Evaluation should be through a final examination at the end on the Semester. The procedure for external evaluation is given in Annexure-IV.
5. The pass marks in each theory paper is 30 % and that in each practical paper is 40%.
6. In each paper, students must secure pass marks in both the internal as well as the external evaluation

 
     
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