Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Bachelors degree course of the university is meant for B.A./B.Com. degree.

10+2 or equivalent or successful in B.P.P. examination.

Sr No Components For Selection 
  Compulsory Courses Option-I Option-II
A Basic Courses 36 36
B. Optional Courses 64 56
C. Vocational Courses 08 16
  Total 108 108

SELECTION OF SUBJECTS
Basic courses of 36 credits are compulsory for B.A. and B.Com. students.

  • For the selection of the main subject one has to complete the optional courses of 48 credits.
  • For the degree of B.Com. one has to successfully in complete the subjects of 48 credits.
  • In the third year the students is expected to select the vocational subjects of 8 credits but only vocational subjects carrying 16 credits will be allowed to be selected.

(A) DETAILS OF THE COURSE : BASIC COURSE

Sr No Name of the course Course codeCreditNo of Book
1. Basic Course in Social Science and Humilities FHS-01 0808
2. Basic Course in Science and Technology FST-01 0808
3. Foundation Course in Gujarati FHD-01 0404
4. Foundation course ion Hindi FHD-01 0404
5. Foundation Course in English FEG-01 0404

(B) OPTICAL COURSE:

Optical courses available in different subjects of Arts and commerce are as follows.

Sr. No. Subject Optional Course Course Code Credit No. of Books
1 Gujarati Gujarati Prose EGT-01 8 1
    Gujarati Poetry EGT-02 8 1
    Outline of Gujarati literature EGT-03 8 7
    Forms of Gujarati Literature EGT-04 8 6
    Gujarati language EGT-05 8 5
    Theory of literature and language application EGT-06 8 7
2 Hindi Hindi prose EHD-01 8 8
    Hindi Poetry EHD-02 8 8
    History of Hindi literature and introduction to literature EHD-03 8 10
    Medieval Indian literature society and culture EHD-04 8 9
    Modern Indian Literature EHD-05 8 9
    Hindi language History and literature : EHD-06 8 7
3 English Language through literature EEG-01 8 7
    The structure of Modern English EEG-02 8 8
    Communication skills in English EEG-03 8 8
    English for practical purpose EEG-04 8 8
    Understanding prose EEG-05 8 9
    Understanding Poetry EEG-06 8 7
    Understanding drama EEG-07 8 6
    Reading a Novel EEG-08 8 8
4 Economics Basic Concept of Economics EEC-01 8 9
    Economics Development in India after Independence EEC-02 8 10
    Elementary Statistical Methods and Survey Methods EEC-03 8 9
    Agricultural Development in India EEC-04 8 8
    Elementary Arithmetical Methods in Economics EEC-05 4 4
    Economic theories and policies EEC-09 4 1
    Economic Structure A Comparative Study EEC-06 8 10
    India from Ancient EHI-02 8 9
    Time to 8th Century EHI-03 8 8
    History from 16th to 18th Century EHI-04 8 9
    India from Middle of 18th century to EHI-05 8 8
    the Middle of 19th Century      
    Government and politics in East and South-East EHI-06 8 8
6 Political Science Political Theory and introduction of Institutions EPS-01 8 8
    Government and politics in India EPS-02 8 7
    Political Theory in Modern India EPS-03 8 8
    International Relations EPS-07 8 8
    Government and Politics in south Asia EPS-05 8 7
    Government and Political in East and South East EPS-06 8 8
7 Sociology Study of Sociology ESO-01 8 8
    Society in India ESO-02 8 8
    Sociological Theory ESO-03 8 7
    Social Stratification ESO-04 8 7
    Society and Religion ESO-05 8 7
    Social problems in India ESO-06 8 7
8 Public Administrative Administrative Theory EPA-01 8 6
    Indian Administrative EPA-02 8 7
    Administrative of Development EPA-03 8 6
    Administrative of Work EPA-04 8 6
    Financial Administrative EPA-05 8 9
    Public policy EPA-06 8 8
9 Commerce Business Management ECO-01 4 5
    Book Keeping-1 ECO-02 4 5
    Principles (Theory) of Management ECO-03 4 4
    Book Keeping-2 ECO-04 4 8
    Mercantile Law ECO-05 4 6
    Principles of Economics ECO-06 4 5
    Basic Elutriation of Statistics Elements ECO-07 4 4
    Company Law ECO-08 4 4
    Currency Banking and Financial Institutions ECO-09 4 4
    Elements of Costing ECO-10 4 4
    Elements of Income ECO-11 4 4

NOTE :

  • For the student of B.A the work of subjects groups mentioned against A to H contains 6 subjects. The students will have to choose 01 and 02 in the First year and 03 and 04/07 in the Second year and group 05 and 06 in the third year.
  • In B.A the Students as mentioned against who have offered English as their main subject, they will be informed about the subjects of their choice for second and third year in the letter of offer later on.
  • In the B.Com degree course the students will have to select 01 and 02 in the First year 03 to 07 in the Second year and 08 to 11 in the third year as mentioned against the chorological number "1".

(C) VOCATIONAL COURSES:

The list of different vocational courses is given bellow.

Name of the Course Course Code Credit No of Books
Feature Writing AFW-01 Both of them and are 04 to be selected 5
Script Writing for Radio AWR-01 Both of them and are 04 to be selected 4
Translation ATR-01 8 8
Planning of Child care Services ACC-01 8 7+2
Nutrition for Community ANC-01 8 7+2
Human Environment AHE-01 8 6
Marketing AMK-01 04 Both of them and are
04 to be selected
5
Export process and documentation AED-01 04 Both of them and are
04 to be selected
4
Office after and Management System AOM-01 04 Both of them and are
04 to be selected
5
Secretarial Practice ASP-01 04 Both of them and are
04 to be selected
4
  • Every Student compulsorily will have to choose the courses containing 36 Credit.
  • For the convince subjects will have to be selected from prescribed groups. The student will have to declare it in the application before his/her registration. In this way some of the courses will be available in the first year, some of the courses in the Second year and some course in the third year.
  • After the completion of the duration of the First year student will be informed for the registration of the second year by the letter of offer. In the same way after completion of the second year student will be sent a letter of offer for the registration for the third year. This arrangement is for the completion of registration. It is not necessary to complete the course of the year concerned.
  • Counseling sessions will be held at the study Centre students can take advantage of counseling facility in the year of their registration.
  • The maximum duration is of 8 years. The students will be allowed to take advantage of counseling facility in the year of their registration.

As a part and parcel of associate studentship the student will be allowed to register himself in the course carrying minimum 8 Credits and maximum 32 Credits under this scheme the students 14 will be connected with the study centre, for different facilities like counseling evaluation of assignment and library facilities. For the course of 8 Credits Rs.400/- Course fees plus Rs.100/-Registration fees will be charged. This rate of fees is only limited to BDP Course. For other courses prorate fees. Course fees No. of course will be charged. Ever and above Rs.100/ will be charged the students are required to get their application from the University head quarters.

Students evaluation will be carried out by two ways

  • Continuous Evaluation(Weigutage30%)

All the assignment is prescribed for the course are compulsorily to be submitted within the prescribed time limit and before the term End Examination.

  • Term End Evaluation: (Weightage 70%)

Every student has to secure his admission in the first, Second and third years in the mouths of August/February. After the admission, the first exam will be held in the next July/January months. In means that the students can appear at the exam after one year. They can not appear the completion of one year.