Courses Offered 

Ambedkar College offers CREDIT BASED SIX-SEMESTER DEGREE PROGRAMME ofBachelor's Degree in Arts (B.A.) and Science (B.Sc.) Honours/Major and General Courses in different subjects affiliated to Tripura University. Following is the details of the courses/program offered with individual intake capacity in the college.


PROGRAMME /COURSE

Program

Course

 

UG (B.A.)

Honours/Major

General

Department

Duration

Intake capacity (Honours/Major)

Bengali

Bengali

Bengali

Six Semesters

40

Education

Education

Education

Six Semesters

30

History

History

History

Six Semesters

30

Philosophy

Philosophy

Philosophy

Six Semesters

30

Pol. Science

Pol. Science

Political Science

Six Semesters

40

Sanskrit

Sanskrit

Sanskrit

Six Semesters

40

English

English

English

Six Semesters

20

--

Economics

Economics

Six Semesters

 

UG (B.Sc.)

 

--

Chemistry

Chemistry

Six Semesters

20 (General)

--

Mathematics

Mathematics

Six Semesters

20 (General)

--

Physics

Physics

Six Semesters

20 (General)

 

Courses/Programmes details

Three year Degree Programme (General) (TDPG) and Three year Degree Programme (Honours) (TDPH) shall have following components:

(i)  Compulsory (Foundation) Course (ii) Honours Course (iii) Core (Elective) Course (iv) Soft Study Courses. The Soft study courses and foundation courses are meant to develop the students’ communicative skill and social awareness at undergraduate level.

(ii)  A candidate admitted to General Programme (TDPG) shall study three Core (Elective) subjects in addition to Foundation Courses. Each core subject will have total 500 marks (i.e. five courses of 100 marks each).

(iii) A student admitted to TDP (Honours) shall study Honours subject of 800 marks (i.e. 8 courses of 100 marks) along with two core (Elective) subjects of 500 marks each (i.e. five courses of 100 marks each) in addition to Foundation Courses.

(iv)   A student of TDP (General) shall have a Project paper of 100 marks (of 6 credits) on any topic of the Core (Elective) subjects he/she studied at TDP(G) whereas TDP (Honours) student also shall have a project paper on any topic of his/her Honours subject.

(v)  In addition to Core (Elective) subjects, Foundation Courses and Project a candidate of TDP (General) and TDP (Honours) shall study 3 (three) and 2 (two) soft-study course respectively.

(vi)    Since the semester involved continuous assessment there would be no scope for a student to appear as a private candidate in any subject.

(vii)  A student must pass all his/her semester examinations within six years from the date of admission to the first semester.

(viii)   The performance of students should be monitored throughout the semester by continuous assessment in the theory and practical courses. Evaluation of the student performance in each of the theory and practical course will be based on (i) Internal Evaluation: 20 % marks (ii) External Evaluation: 80 % marks.

(ix)                    Internal Evaluation shall be based on two sessional examinations and one Seminar/Group Discussion etc. The rules for Internal Assessment are provided below.

 

GroupWise List of Subjects and Restriction of Combination of Subjects:

The subjects available for studying in BA/B.Sc. under TDPG and TDH has been classified in three groups as bellow:

ARTS

GROUP (A)

SCIENCE

GROUP (B)

INTERMEDIATE

GROUP (C)

Bengali

Physics

Mathematics

English

Chemistry

Economics

Sanskrit

-

-

Philosophy

-

-

Political Science

-

-

Education

-

-

History

-

-

 

There shall be the following restriction on combinations of subjects in TDP(General) and TDP((Honour):

(i) Subjects under Group A cannot be taken with Group B

(ii)  A student shall not be allowed to offer more than two language subjects as electives

(iii) Subject taken as honours shall not be taken as an Elective subject.

Please Note: In case of Honours subject, one student can provide preference in maximum two subjects of their choice.