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Objectives


  • To import basic knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of science.
  • To prepare students for undertaking higher education and research as a career.
  • To prepare students for various employments available in industries.

Eligibility:- Senior Secondary (10+2) pass with respective science subjects or equivalent from recognized Board

Credit

108

Duration

Min 3 yrs and Max 6 yrs.

Foundation (Compulsory) Subjects in I Semester


The Foundation Courses are compulsory for all the students in first year/semester of the study and the marks obtained in these papers are not added for counting the division in the B.Sc. examination. However, a student’s has to qualify these papers by obtaining minimum 35% marks. Students will have to choose any one subject from General English or General Hindi.

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

QEG / QHD

General English / General Hindi

N.A.

2.

QCA

Computer Application

N.A.

3.

QES

Environmental Studies

N.A.

Students will have to select any one of the combinations according to their 10+2 subjects. The combination chosen in the first semester will not be changed under any circumstances. The details of courses/Papers of study in each combination are given in the table below :

Ground

Subject

Subject

Subject

B.Sc. (PCM)

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

B.Sc. (CBZ)

Botany

Chemistry

Zoology

Elective Subjects:

I Semester

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH - 101

Mechanics

3

2

PH - 102

Waves and Oscillations

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH - 101

Inorganic Chemistry

3

2

CH - 102

Organic Chemistry

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT - 101

Algebra and Matrices

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-101

Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes

3

2

BO-102

Microbiology, Mycology and Plant Pathology

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-101

Diversity of Animals and Evolution

3

2

ZO-102

Cell Biology and Genetics

3

II Semester

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH - 201

Electromagnetism

3

2

PH - 202

Practical

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH - 201

Physical Chemistry

3

2

CH - 202

Chemistry Lab (for both Maths & Biology Streams)

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT - 201

Calculus

4

2

MT - 202

Vector calculus and Geometry

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-201

Pteridophytes ,Gymnosperms and Paleobotany

3

2

BO-202

Practical Botany

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-201

Gametes and Developmental Biology

3

2

ZO-202

Practical Zoology

3

III Semester

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH-301

Thermal and Statistical Physics

3

2

PH-302

Optics

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH-301

Inorganic Chemistry

3

2

CH-302

Organic Chemistry

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT-301

Real Analysis and Metric Space

4

2

MT-302

Differential Equations

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-301

Plant Morphology and Anatomy

3

2

BO-302

Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-301

Invertebrates

3

2

ZO-302

Animal Physiology and Immunology

3

Semester IV

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH-401

Electronics

3

2

PH-402

Practical Physics

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH-401

Physical Chemistry

3

2

CH-402

Practical Chemistry

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT - 401

Numerical Analysis and Vector Calculus

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-401

Plant Physiology and Biochemistry

3

2

BO-402

Practical Botany

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-401

Microbiology and Biotechnology

3

2

ZO-402

Practical Zoology

3

V Semester

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH-501

Elementary Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy

3

2

PH-502

Solid State Physics

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH-501

Inorganic Chemistry

3

2

CH-502

Organic Chemistry

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT-501

Algebra

4

2

MT-502

Complex Analysis

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-501

Taxonomy and Embryology of Angiosperm

3

2

BO-502

Molecular Biology and Technology

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-501

Structure and Functions of Vertabrates

3

2

ZO-502

Ecology and Environmental Biology

3

VI Semester

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

PH-601

Nuclear Physics

3

2

PH-602

Practical Physics

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

CH-601

Physical Chemistry

3

2

CH-602

Practical Chemistry

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

MT-601

Mechanics

4

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

BO-601

Plant Ecology and Economic Botany

3

2

BO-602

Practical Botany

3

Sr. No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1

ZO-601

Applied Zoology

3

2

ZO-602

Practical Zoology

3

Evaluation & Examinations:

Internal Assignment

The internal assignments shall be of 15 marks. However, for Mathematics subject the Internal Assignments shall be of 16/17 marks each. Two Assignments will be given in each paper. The internal assignments are to be submitted to the University before the term end examination. Download your Internal Assignment question paper from the website. Marks Obtained in assignments shall be shown separately in the Marks sheets. It is compulsory to pass in the internal assignment and term end examinations separately for successful completion of the programme.

Term-End-Examination

There shall be a Term-End-Examination at the end of the minimum duration of the study i.e. one year. It carries a weightage of 70 percentage of marks. The paper of the Term-End- Examination will be of 35 marks, but for Mathematics Papers the Term-End-Examination will be of 50 marks. Term-End-Examination is generally held in the months of June and December every year. The Practical component shall be of 50 marks further divided in 35 marks of Lab Work and 15 marks of Viva-voce. The attendance in the Practical classes will be compulsory for all the students. There will be no practical for Mathematics papers. The students are at liberty to appear in any of the examinations conducted by the university during the year subject to the completion of the minimum duration prescribed for the programme. For appearing in the examination of due papers a student has to submit separate examination forms First Year/Second Year/ Third Year along with the requisite examination fee before the due date. The ceiling of maximum papers in any one of the examinations will be applicable. The pass marks in Internal Assignments and Term-End-Examination is only 30% for any one of the components i.e. Internal Assignment and Term-End-Examination. The pass marks in Practical Examination shall be 50%. To clear a course as well as a programme as a whole a student is required to secure 35% marks in Theory Papers and 50% marks in Practical Papers. Marks obtained in the Foundation .Course will not be added for the calculation of the division of the student but it will be compulsory to pass the foundation course papers. Division shall be awarded to the successful candidates only after the final year as follows:

I Division 60% and above
II Division 48% and less than 60%
Pass 35% and less than 48%

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