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B.A, B.Sc., B.Com

B.A, B.Sc., B.Com

B.COM
 
Duration – 3 year
Level – Graduation. 
Type - Degree. 
 
Eligibility criteria – minimum 50% marks in 12th from recognised board in any stream.
 
The Course
Commerce is one of the founding pillars o f any civilisation. The Course is designed to provide competencies in basic commerce disciplines also impart requisite skills in problem solving, leadership , communication and decision making in organisations. B.com is considered as the 2nd most preferred options for those who are not able To get admission in science and those who have less interest in arts. This course provide job opportunities in a wide variety of sectors to students. A b.com graduate can work in both private n public sector. Completing graduation in B.com is already a precious achievement in a student carrer. 
 
Prospects after B.com –
  • M. Com
  • MBA
  • CA
  • PGDCA
  • CS
  • ICWA
  • PGDM
  • BANKING
  • MCA

B.Sc. (Non-Med)

Course duration: 3 years
Eligibility: 10+2 with Math or 3 year diploma

Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
State Govt. University

The Course

Constructing strong basic foundation in concepts of science for crafting researchers and scientists for addressing the societal challenges.

Why choose this course?

This course has been designed and developed in conjunction with industry to ensure that you develop valuable and much sought- after skills in the design, deployment, business and management of IT products and services. It will represent a reasonable foundation of knowledge of both software development and information system analysis and design. You will be taught using SAS software for analyzing data. These specialized programs are used world-wide and give graduates the ability to obtain SAS certification to heighten their employability prospects.

B.A

The BA programme course in Semester Mode is meant to meet the need for an under graduate programme and is relevant to the immediate environment of social opportunities on one hand and gives the students the basic intellectual tools expected of a programme of higher education on the other hand. The programme is structured by the university to enable the students to acquire the thinking ability, linguistic skills, and broad based knowledge needed to enter the world of work. The module of the programme is such that students is required to take compulsory and elective subjects. In the compulsory subjects, students is required to take language paper of English and Hindi along with papers of Environmental Studies and Computer Education Level-I. In the category of Elective subjects, there are three broad group of subjects and the student is required to take any two subjects from any two broad groups.

Minimum Eligibility Conditions

  • Pass in Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) of Board of School Education, Haryana with English as a subject or any other Examination recognised as equivalent thereto by Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 
  • For admission in B.A. Part-I minimum marks in qualifying examination is 35%.
  • There shall be no rounding off marks from 0.5% and above to next higher number for determining the eligibility the eligibility for admission to various courses.
  • These conditions are the minimum eligibility conditions for applying for admission to the courses. Admission will be granted strictly on merit basis after preparing the merit list of candidates who have applied for admission as per the procedure/instructions issued by Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

Course Structure of BA Programme

(A) Compulsory Subjects 

 
Paper Code
English EN
Hindi HI
Environmental Studies EVS
Computer Education Level-I CE


Elective Subjects

Group I Functional English Fashion Designing Political Science - -
Group II Home Science Economics Physical Education Music (Vocal) Music (Inst.)
Group III Psychology History Sanskrit Maths -

 Note :

  1. Mathematics can be opted only with Economics by the student who had Mathematics as one of the subject at 10+2 level.
  2. If in any subject the number of students remains less than 20, then that subject will be discontinued and the students will be shifted in other subject depending upon the availability of the seats in that subjects.
  3. If in any combination, the number of students remain less than 5, then that combination will be discontinued.
  4. Elective subjects opted in BA Part-I shall continue in BA Part-II & III also.