B.A. Honours: - Bengali, English, Sanskrit, History and Geography
The subject combination for B.A. Semester 1 (1st July to 31st December)

CORE C1+C2 GE(1) DSE AECC Group
BENGALI
 (BNGH)
1.h¡wm¡ p¡¢q­aÉlC¢aq¡p  
2. h¡wm¡ i¡o¡ašÄ
 
PLSG /EDCG/PEDG 1. BNGH-H-DSE-T-1: h¡wm¡­c­nl p¡¢qaÉ
2. BNGH -H-DSE-T-2: p¡¢qaÉašÄ J p¡¢qaÉ pj¡­m¡Qe¡
3. BNGH -H-DSE-T-3: h¡wm¡ J fË¡­c¢nL p¡¢qaÉ
4. BNGH-H-DSE-T-4: h¡wm¡ ¢nö ¢L­n¡l J ­N¡­u¾c¡ p¡¢qaÉ
 
 
 
 
AECC –I   : ENVS
 
ENGLISH
 (ENGH)
1. Indian classical Literature
2. European Classical Literature
Sanskrit / History /
Physical Education
1. ENGH-H-DSE-T-1: Modern Indian Writing in English Translation
2. ENGH-H-DSE-T-2: British Literature: Post World War II
3. ENGH-H-DSE-T-4: Literary Theory
4. ENGH-H-DSE-T-5: Partition Literature
GEOGRAPHY
(GEOH)
1. Geotectonics & Geomorphology
  2. Cartographic Techniques & Geological Map Study
English / Bengali/Political Science 1. GEOH-H-DSE-T-1: URBAN GEOGRAPHY
2. GEOH -H-DSE-T-2:  POPULATION GEOGRAPHY
3. GEOH -H-DSE-T-3: RESOURCE GEOGRAPHY
4. GEOH-H-DSE-T-4: SOIL AND BIO GEOGRAPHY
HISTORY
(HISH)
1. History of Early India , from remote past to the end of the Vedic Polity
2. Social Formation and Cultural pattern of the Ancient and Early Medieval World
Political Science / Philosophy  / Education Course – I
History of China from Tradition to Revolution
Course – II
Issues of the Contemporary World
Course - I
History of Bangladesh from Liberation to the present day
Course – II
History of Women in India
 
SANSKRIT 
(SANH)
1. Classical Sanskrit Literature (Poetry)
2. Critical Survey of Sanskrit Literature
Geography /Bengali / Physical Education 01. SANS-H-DSE-T-01 Indian System of Logic and Debate
02. SANS-H-DSE-T-02 Art of Balanced Living
03. SANS-H-DSE-T-03 Theatre and Dramaturgy in Sanskrit
04. SANS-H-DSE-T-04 Sanskrit Linguistics
 

                                              B.A. PROGRAM SEGMENT

                       The subject combination for B.A. Semester 1 (1st July to 31stDecember)
Core Course -
Choose one group & there after two Subjects are to be selected from this
Group - I:  Bengali / Political Science / Geography
Group - II:  Education / Sanskrit / English / Philosophy

Group - III: Philosophy / History/ Physical Education

 
GE: - Any one subject from the remaining groups (Other than choosing subjects)
Languages / I A/ L1-1(English) 
i)   AECC –I   : MIL (Bengali /English Communication)

DSE:-

1. Bengali:a) p¡¢qaÉašÄ
                   b)B’¢mL i¡o¡ p¡¢qaÉ J pwú«¢a
2. Political Science: a) Comparative Politics
                                  b) Political Sociology                       
3.  Geography:a) Economics Geography
                          b) Disaster Management
4. History:      a) History of China from Tradition to Revolution
                        b) History of Women in India
5. Education:a) Meaning and Concept of Population Education
                        b) Concept of Mental Hygiene
6. Sanskrit:    a) Philosophy, Religion and Culture in Sanskrit Tradition
                          b) Literary Criticism
7. English:      a) Modern Indian Writing in English Translation
                        b) Partition Literature
8. Philosophy: a) Indian Epistemology and Metaphysics
                         b) Western Epistemology and Metaphysics
9. Physical Education:a) Sports Training
                                       b) Project Work

 
B.Com. Honours
The subject combination for B.Com. Honours Semester 1 (1st July to 31st December)

Sem. I CC DSE GE AECC SEC
  2 PAPER   1Paper    
  Financial Accounting 1   Fundamentals of Financial Accounting ENVS  
  Principles  of Management        

B.Com. PROGRAM SEGMENT
                       The subject combination for B.Com. Semester 1 (1st July to 31stDecember)
 

Sem. I CC DSE GE AECC SEC
  1 PAPER     1 paper  
  Financial Accounting 1     ENVS  
  Principles  of Management        
  Languages L1-1        

 

 Note : In addition to the above combination subjects for both Honours and General Courses * Only those students who have scored at least 45% marks in aggregate in the H.S. or Equivalent Exam and 45% marks in the subject concerned may apply for honours course.