(CBCS & NON-CBCS)
Course offered in Brief
Bipuria College imparts education at two different levels.
1. HIGHER SECONDARY (Arts & Commerce)
1.1 DETAILS OF HIGHER SECONDARY COURSE IN ARTS
A COMPULSORY SUBJECT
English, MIL (Assamese and Alternative English)
B) ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
Advance Assamese, Economcis, Education, Geography, History, Home Science, Logic and Philosophy, Mathematics , Political Science and Sociology.
DETAILS OF B.A. and B.COM PROGRAMME(CBCS)
1.3 The minimum eligibility for admission into the following Programmes:
a) Bachelor of Arts (B.A) : A student passed the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) of AHSEC or any equivalent examination (10+2) recognized as such by the University.
b) Bachelor of Commerce (8.Com) : A student passed the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) in Commerce Stream of AHSEC or any equivalent examination (10+2} recognized -as such by the University in commerce stream. A student passed the H.S. Examination (10+2 ) in Arts/Science Stream with Mathematics ,and/or Statistics is also eligible to apply for admission.
2.1 The course structure of the Academic Programme under the CBCS shall be as given below:
a) Core Course : Compulsory components of an Academic Programme. These courses are to be compulsorily studied as a core requirement for the programme. The contents of the Core Course Is as per the UGC Model Curriculum for the subject/discipline concerned, offered by the affiliating Dibrugarh University.
b) Elective Courses : Elective course shall be chosen by each student from a pool of courses. These courses may be intra-departmental, i.e. Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) as well as inter departmental, i.e. Generic Elective (GE). The students shall have lo choose minimum number of DSE and GE in every semester as prescribed 1n the Course Structure. These courses shall be:
(i) supporting to the discipline of study.
(ii) providing the expanded scope.
(iii)enabling an exposure to some other discipline/domain.
(iv)nurturing student proficiency/skill.
There shall be a basket of at least eight Elective Courses having equal number of credits. For the students of the same discipline/subjects these elective courses shall be intra-disciplinary and shall be called DSE Courses. If the students of other discipline/sub)ects (within the pro gramme) opt these electives shall be considered as inter-dicsiplinary and shall be called GE sourses.
Further, there may be few courses conducted under the UGC’S Programmes on massive open Online Courses (MOOC)s. The university may time fix the criteria for MMCs s per the relevant UGC Guidelines on digital education.
Abilhy Enhancement Comses ( AECI.
The Ability Enhancement Courses shall be of two kinds : ‘Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses’ and ‘Skill Enhancement Courses.’ These courses shall be inter-disciplinary (within the programme) in nature. ‘AEC’ Courses are the courses based upon the content that leads to Knowledge Enhancement.