Science General Seat Capacity 25

Course/ Departments Syllabus Faculties
Mathematics Download Dr. Gobardhan Rano [Officer in Charge]
Dr. Supratim Mukherjee
Physics Download Dr. Swarup Ranjan Sahoo [H.O.D]
Dr. Jyotirmoy Maiti
Chemistry Download Dr. Sk. Basiruddin [H.O.D]

Revised Structure and Distribution of Marks for Bachelor of Science Degree Course w.e.f. Academic Session 2009-2010

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) PART-I PART-II PART-III
Compulsory English : One half paper : 50 Marks 50 Marks - -
Modern Indian Language : One half paper : 50 Marks 50 Marks - -
Environmental Studies : One full paper *: 100 Marks* 50 Marks - -
Elective Subjects : Two : Three full papers : 2x3x100
each = 600 Marks
2x1x100 Marks
=200 Marks
2x2x100 Marks
=400 Marks
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One Honours Subject : Eight full Papers : 8x 100 Marks
= 800 Marks
Theory: Seven Papers = 540 Marks
Practical: Four Papers = 260 Marks
2x 100 Marks
= 200 Marks
Th: 2 x 75 Marks
Pr : 1 x 50 Marks
2 x 100 Marks
= 200 Marks
Th: 2 x 75 Marks
Pr : 1 x 50 Marks
4 x 100 Marks
= 400 Marks
Th: 3 x 80 Marks
Pr : 2 x 80 Marks
AGGREGATE MARKS : 1600 600 Marks 600 Marks 400 Marks
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (GENERAL) PART-I PART-II PART-III
Compulsory English : One half paper : 50 Marks 50 Marks - -
Modern Indian Language : One half paper : 50 Marks 50 Marks - -
Environmental Studies : One full paper *: 100 Marks* 50 Marks - -
Elective Subjects : Three : Four full papers : 3x4x100
each = 1200 Marks
3x1x100 Marks
= 300 Marks
3x2x100 Marks
= 600 Marks
3x1x100 Marks
= 300 Marks
AGGREGATE MARKS : 1400 500 Marks 600 Marks 300 Marks
Every student enrolling for an Honours course, needs to take up the following papers for studies: a) One Honours subject: Eight papers (each paper is of 100 marks). b) Two subsidiary subjects: Three papers in each subject (each paper is of 100 marks). c) Environmental studies: One Paper of 50 marks. d) English Language: One Paper of 50 marks. e) Alternative English or MIL (Modern Indian Language) Bengali: One Paper of 50 marks. Those who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalent Examination conducted by Boards recognized by the West Bengal State University, are eligible to apply for these Honours courses. A candidate should qualify in five recognized subjects in (10+2) level including a full paper in English (full marks not less than 100).