COURSE

Course offered

The college is affiliated to the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Orissa for Higher Secondary or +2 course and to Berhampur University (BU) for three year degree course or +3 course. The teaching facilities in the following subjects are available :

A. HIGHER SECONDARY COURSE (+2 GENERAL)

Course structure :

Compulsory Subjects for Arts, Science and Commerce

SL NO SUBJECT MARKS 1ST YEAR 2ND YEAR
i) English 200 100 marks 100 marks
ii) MIL (oriya) 200 100 marks 100 marks
iii) Environmental Education 200 100 marks 100 marks
iv) Yoga 100 50 (Theory) 50 (Practical)
v) Basic Computer Education 50 50 (Theory) 50 (Practical)


Basic Computer Education is a new subject introduced in all streams (Arts, Science, Commerce) for the students going to appear H.S. Examination, 2013 and onwards. It has been communicated to all colleges by the CHSE, Odisha vide its letter no. Acd. 262/2011/2629 Dated 12.06.2012 and concurred by the Department of Higher Education, Odisha vide its Notification No. 37191 Dated 28.10.2011. Basic Computer Education is a non-examiniing subject like Yoga & Enviromental Education. During the academic session 2015-16 the following Vocational Subject are intruduced to be taught as per the Govt. order number XVI-HE-13.02.2015 No. 141/dated 28.05.2015 in the +2 stream. 1. Toursim and Travel Management (TTM) 2. Office Management (OM), 3. Banking, 4. Inforamtion and Technology (IT), 5. Mobile Technology (MT). According to the performance of the students, grades shall be awarded as A,B, C or D in order of merit by the college and it shall be recorded in the pass certificate given by the council, However the grades secured in yoga, Enviromental Education & Basic Computer Education will not affect the results of the candidates.

Grades Marks
A+ Above 70%
A Above 60 %
B Above 50%
C Above 35%
D Below 35%


Elective Subjects

For +2 Arts Stream (256 seats) (20% seats have been enhanced vide Govt. G.O Number 12147 (3)06.06.2015. Higher Education Departement Govt. of Odisha.

A candidate shall have to opt four elective subjects each carrying 200 marks, in 1st year and 2nd year.

Sl.No Elective Subjects 1st year 2nd year
i Political Science 100 marks 100 marks
ii Logic 100 marks 100 marks
iii Economics 100 marks 100 marks
iv Education / Information Technology 100 marks 100 marks
v Oriya 100 marks 100 marks


Subject Combination for Arts students

N.B. : There shall be selection for the Education elective subject only on merit basis.

For +2 Science Stream (320 seats)
A student shall offer the elective subjects as follows :

Sl.No Elective subjects 1st year 2nd year
i Physics 100 marks 100 marks
ii Chemistry 100 marks 100 marks

Sl.No. i & ii is compulsory for all science students. The candidate should select other two electives either from group A or group B.

Group ‘A’
Sl.No Elective subjects 1st year 2nd year
iii Mathematics 200 100 marks 100 marks
iv Biology / Electronics/ IT 200 100 marks 100 marks

Group ‘B’

Sl.No Elective subjects 1st year 2nd year
v Biology (Bot./Zool.)200 100 marks 100 marks
vi Mathematics/BT/IT 200 100 marks 100 marks

A Student shall select other two electives from eithr Group-A or Group-B.

For +2 Commerce Stream (256/128 seats)
A student shall offer the following elective subjects for +2 commerce. Each elective subject carries a maximum of 200 marks i.e. 100 marks in 1st yr. and 100 marks in 2nd yr.

Sl.No. Elective Subject 1st year 2nd year
1 Accountancy I & II 100 marks 100 marks
2 Business Studies & Management I & II 100 marks 100 marks
3 Business Mathematics and statistics I & II 100 marks 100 marks
4 Any one of the following groups : 100 marks 100 marks


1st Yr. 2nd Yr.
Group -I Fundamentals of Enterpreneurship Cost Accountancy
Group -II Information Technology-I Information Technology-II

N.B. : There are 16 seats for Group -II

Duration of Course

The duration of courses is 2 yrs. Each subject is to be divided into two parts, 1st year & 2nd yr. carrying 100 marks each. Each subject shall be covered up within two years (100 Marks).

COURSE STRUCTURE & DURATION :

There are 231 Government Vocational Junior College (GVJCs) in Orissa which are affiliated to the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Orissa, Bhubaneswar. These College impart +2 Vocational Courses in 20 trades. At present this College Provides teaching facility in the following trades.

(A) Accountancy and Auditing (AA)
(B) Computer Technique (CT)
Candidates admitted to the +2 vocational stream shall have to read the following courses structure.

Compulsory Subjects Total Marks 1st year Marks 2nd year Marks
M.I.L (O) 200 100 100
English 200 100 100
Environment Education 100 100
Yoga 100 100
Basic Foundation Course 300 150 150
Core Vocational Trade
Core Vocational Trade
Theory Paper I
Paper II
Pratical Paper I
Paper II
Total 1400 750 65

A student shall choose one core subject (Trade) carrying 800 marks (500 marks in theory and 300 marks in pratical in each trade)
Name of the Trade

1. Accountancy and Auditing (A.A)
2. Computer Technique (CT)

Mark Distribution : The mark distribution in B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. (Pass & Hons) Examination shall be as follows.

Courses First Second Final Total
B.A./ B.Sc.(pass) 400 500 500 1400
Commerce(Pass) 500 500 400 1400
B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.(Honours) 600 600 600 1800

Course Structure :
8.1.B.A . Pass. The course structure and mark distribution for B.A. (pass) shall be as follows :

First year Second year Final year
English - I -100 Indian Society & Culture - 100 English - II - 100
MIL (O)/ Elective A - II - 100 MIL/Alternative
Alternative Eng. I - 100 Elective B - II - 100 English - II/Environmental Studies-100
Elective A - I - 100 Pass A - I 100 Pass A - III - 100
Elective B - I - 100 Pass A - II100 Pass A - IV - 100
Total mark     400 500 500

8.2.A pass student shall offer one pass subject of 400 marks in addition to compulsory and Elective papers. Each subject shall consist of two papers each carrying 100 marks. In pass subjects having practical, A - I and A - II will be broken up as 75 (Theory), 75 (Theory) and 50 (Practical). Similarly, A -III and A - IV will be broken up as 75 (Theory) 75 (Theory) and 50 (Practical).

9.1.B.A (Hons.) The course structure and mark distribution for B.A. (Hons.) shall be as follows :-

First Year Second Year Final Year
English - I - 100 Indian Society & Culture - 100 English - II- 100
MIL (O) Elective A - II -100 MIL/ Alternative
English -I-100 Elective B -II -100 English - II /Environmental Studies-100
Elective A - I 100 Hons. P - III -100 Hons. P - VI- 100
Elective B - I 100 Hons. P - IV- 100 Hons.P -VII -100
Hons. P - I 100 Hons. P - V - 100 Hons. P - VII - 100
Hons. P - II - 100
Total     600 600 600

9.2.A candidate in B.A. (Hons.) shall take Honours subject carrying 800 marks and two elective subjects besides compulsory subjects. Each elective subject shall consist of two papers each carrying 100 marks. Each Hons. subjects shall consist of 8 papers each carrying 100 marks. In Hons. subject having practical component Paper - V and Paper VIII are practical of 100 marks each. In Mathematics P -VIII is either practical or theory. Among the different choices of subjects in Economics Hons. P-VII & P-VIII are international Economics & Computer & Its application respectively.

10.A candidate (Hons. or Pass) shall choose two elective subjects, each carrying 200 marks (without any practical component) from the following subjects or other subjects.Indian polity, Indian Economy, Landmarks in Indian History , Mathematics, Oriya, Philosophy, Mass Communication, provided that a student in Hons. or Pass cannot offer the corresponding subject as elective.

11.1.B.Sc. (Pass) : The course structure and mark distribution for B.Sc. (Pass) shall be as follows :-

First Year Second Year Final Year
English - 50 Major Elective - II - 100 Indian Society & Culture -100
MIL(O) /Alternative English - 50 Pass A - I - 100 Pass A - III -100
Environmental Studies -100 Pass A - II - 100 Pass A - iv -100
Minor Elective -100 Pass B - I -100 Pass B - III -100
Major Elective - I -100 Pass B - II -100 Pass B - iv-100
Total      400 500 500

12.1.B.Sc. (Hons). The course structure and mark distribution for B.Sc. (Hons) shall be as follows :

First Year Second Year Final Year
English -50 Major Elective - II -100 Indian Society & Culture -100
MIL(O)/Alternative English 50 Pass A - I - 100 Pass A - III -100
Environmental Studies -100 Pass A - II - 100 Pass A - iv -100
Minor Elective -100 Hons.P - III - 100 Hons. P . vi -100
Major Elective - I-100 Hons. P - iv -100 Hons.P -Vii -100
Hons. P - I - 100 Hons. P - v- 100 Hons.P - Viii-100
Hons. P - II - 100
Total       600 600 600

12.2.A B.Sc. (Hons) student shall choose an Honours subject carrying 800 marks. One Pass subject carrying 400 marks, one minor elective carrying 100 marks and one major elective carrying 200 marks consisting of two papers each carrying 100 marks. Besides Compulsory papers. Subject (s) with Practical shall carry 75% theory and 25 % practical. In Hons. subjects having Practical components, Paper - V and Paper - VIII as practical of 100 marks each. In Mathematics paper - VIII is either practical or theory.

13.1.Minor Elective Papers : In science (both Honours and Pass), a student with Life Science (Botany/zoology etc.) as Pass or Honours shall take one Minor Elective Paper on "Mathematics for Biology students" carrying 100 marks where as the other student (of Physical Sciences) shall take " Biology for Physical Sciences students" as minor Elective carrying 100 marks.

13.2.A B. Sc. (Pass) student shall choose one subject as Major Elective from among the following subjects or other subject (s). Carrying 200 marks with two papers of 100 marks each (without any Practical component). Biotechnology , Material Science , Mathematics, Provided that a student (Hons. or Pass ) choosing any of the subject like, Life Science, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, as Honours or Pass shall not be allowed to offer corresponding subject as a major Elective paper.

14.2.Elective subjects shall not carry any Practical component.

14.3.A candidate shall be allowed to take any one of the following MIL i.e Oriya, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu and Urdu, Provided that a candidate shall be allowed to offer Alternate English in lieu of MIL.

15.1.B.Com. (Pass)The course structure and distribution of marks in B.Com (Pass) shall be :

First Year Second Year Final Year
Communicative English 100 Indian Society & Culture -100 Env. Studies -100
B.E - 100 Pass -4(CA) - 100 Pass -8(PoM) 100
Pass - 1(FA) 100 Pass - 5(MA) - 100 Pass-9 (comp.(Accts.)100
Pass - 2(BCL)100 Pass - 6(QTBM)100 Pass -10(IT) 100
Pass - 3(BS) 100 Pass - 7 (Aud.) -100  
Total      500 500 400

15.2 The Course structure and distribution of marks in B.Com (Hons) shall be as follows :

First Year Second Year Final Year
Communicative -100 Indian Society/English & Culture-100 Environmental Study- 100
Business Economics 100 Hons. I-(CA) 100 Pass -4(POM) 100
Pass-1 (FA)100 Hons. -2(MA)100 Elective - III(Company Accounts) 100
Pass-2(BCL)100 Hons.-3(Pass&Hons.)QTBM100 Elective - IV (Income Tax) 100
Pass-3(BS)100 Accounting 100 (Pass & Hons.)Auditing-100 (Elective - V)Adv. Costing & Management 100
Elective -I-100 Elective - II- 100 Accounting Standard Accounting Theory Elective - VI 100 FAR
Total     600 600 600

15.3 A B.Com(Hons.) student shall choose the following subjects.
Accounting Group
I. Specialised Accounting
II. Advance Costing & Management Accounting