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BDP - PROSPECTUS, 2019-2020

Established by W.B. Act (XIX) of 1997, Recognized by Distance


Education Bureau (DEB) of University Grants Commission (UGC)
H.Q : DD-26, Sector-1, Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700 064
Website : www.wbnsou.ac.in, Phone No. 033-4066-3220
Dear Learner,
Netaji Subhas Open University is the only State Open University in West Bengal that
offers the Bachelor Degree Programme (BDP) through the Open and Distance Learning
(ODL) system. NSOU is also one of the largest of such SOU’s in Eastern India, both in
terms of reach out and plethora of courses offered. I therefore take this opportunity to
congratulate you on the choice of the ODL Mode of higher studies.
On behalf of the entire family of Netaji Subhas Open University that is spread out all
across our state of West Bengal through a wide network of Study Centres, I extend a
cordial welcome to you, dear learner, for the new academic session. As a pedagogy of
learning, ODL has the unique potential for blending dynamism and flexibility while ensuring
parity with the highest standards of academic engagement. Such a blend, I am sure, will
empower you with education that will stand in good stead as you steer through the
challenges of life.
As a University, NSOU has the rare credit of enrolling near about 4 lakhs learners in
different courses across a wide spectrum of academic disciplines, both in conventional
and non-conventional courses. Our aim is to reach out to learners in every corner of West
Bengal with a choice of options as may befit one’s acumen, abilities and requirements in
life. It is our time tested conviction that this Open University is dedicated heart and soul
to fostering empowerment through education.
With a vibrant green academic campus at Kalyani, Nadia fully operational; and a
number of Regional Centres at strategic locations coming up, the University is in rapid
expansion mode. Today we have with us the academic excellence of enthusiastic faculty
members who are continuously engaged in developing quality SLMs/SIMs (Self Learning
Materials/ Self Instructional Materials) in print. These print materials are augmented with
ICT based online and offline materials that strive to make learning a happy activity for you.
In fact, our protracted initiatives at introducing ICT both for academic and administrative
purposes have made NSOU a force to reckon with in all processes related to learner
support. The wide network of Study Centres across West Bengal ensure that you as a
learner, are always in close connectivity with your University, no matter how distant you
may be geographically located.
To conclude, I wish you the fulfilment of your goals with the support of and in conformity
with the rules and regulations of Netaji Subhas Open University.

Professor Subha Sankar Sarkar


Vice-Chancellor
Netaji Subhas Open University
NETAJI SUBHAS OPEN UNIVERSITY
DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700064
Official Website : www.wbnsou.ac.in

Memo No. Reg/1867 Date:- 09.08.2019

NOTIFICATION
Disclaimer
Students enrolled will have to abide by the Rules and Regulations of the University
relating to admission, examination including publication of results, Personal Contact
Programme (PCP) and continuation of studentship.

The University reserves the right to alter, variate, amend, repeal and interpret any of the
Rules/Regulations relating to programmes of Study, Eligibility and Admission criteria
including intake limit of Students, Fee Structure and other related matters.

Merely submission of admission form and causing appearance in the counselling for
Admission does not confer any right of admission to a particular programme unless found
suitable in accordance with the eligibility criteria which may be altered, amended and/or
variated from time to time in the event, such action is felt necessary by the University
Authority.

If it is found during the period of validity of enrollment that the student admitted was
not eligible for admission to that programme, enrollment shall stand cancelled, at the
discretion of the University Authority.

The University Authority reserves the right to fix the Schedule of Examination and
reschedule the same with prior notice to students through University Website and/or may
employ any other mode which the University Authority may feel convenient in its discretion.

Jurisdiction of Court of Law


All disputes, relating to Rules and/or Regulations of the University governing the
processes of admission, examinations including publication of results, PCP, continuation
of studentship and other related matters, shall be resolved within the jurisdiction in The
High Court at Calcutta.

Sd/-
Registrar, NSOU
CONTENT

1. The Concept of Open University 5


2. Netaji Subhas Open University : Vision & Mission 6
3. School of Studies 6
4. Bachelor Degree Programme 10
4.1 List of Courses and Corresponding Paper Combination 11
4.2 List of Subsidiary Papers and Paper Code 12
5. Academic Session 12
6. Duration of the Course 12
7. Course wise Curriculum 13
8. Fees Structure 28
9. Admission to BDP 30
9.1 General Guideline 30
10. Renewal Rules 31
11. Study Materials 31
12. Methods of Instruction 31
13. Language of Instruction 32
14. Evaluation Method : The ‘Credit System’ (Choice Based) 32
15. Examination Pattern 33
16. Evaluation Process 34
17. Degrees and Recognition 36
18. General Guideline of Examination System 36
19. Study Centre 37
19.1 List of Study Centres along with approved Courses 38
19.2 District wise List of Study Centres 44
20. Student Support Service 46
20.1 Library Support Services 46
21. To Whom to Contact 47
22. Students’ Grievance 47
23. NSOU Policy Regarding Sexual Harassment of Women 48
at the Workplace
24. Waive of Course Fee 48
25. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 48
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1. The Concept of Open University

The pedagogy of Open Learning places the primary responsibility of acquiring


knowledge on the learner. On its part, the University facilitates a flexible learning
schedule, provides a kitty of advanced support services and offers accreditation by
way of examinations.
The Open University represents an alternative approach to higher learning. It
stands apart from a highly formal, institutionalized and centrally administered system
of education. Its philosophy is built around the principles of universality, flexibility and
innovativeness. Its ideas and institutions, its methods and procedures are all shaped
accordingly. Conceptually, it can be viewed as a system drawing upon the best
elements in formal and non-formal education.
The ‘openness’ consists of a variety of features.
First, it offers easy access to the learners. The entry requirement is not too
exacting. A genuine interest in picking up knowledge is all that it expects. Conse-
quently, it would try to embrace as many learners as possible.
Second, its territorial reach is visibly wide. It aims at bringing education to the
doorstep of the learner, wherever he or she may be. Various methods of communi-
cation and contact are used for this purpose. The classroom of the University, thus,
is as wide as the entire land it seeks to serve.
Third, the Open University is learner-oriented. It devises its courses and methods
of teaching to suit the needs of the learners. Their options and inclinations are given
due priorities. A variety of courses—short-term or long-term, liberal or professional
can be pursued under the University.
Fourth, it believes in fair distribution of quality education, teaching aid, consul-
tancy and study materials. Whatever resources the University has been made evenly
available to all learners wherever or whoever he or she might be. It eliminates
variations and discrimination.
Fifth, its administration is decentralized. In promoting Distance Education, the
University creates a wide network of Study Centres. Students need only to come to
the nearest available centre for collecting all information, completing all formalities,
discussing their academic issues and appearing for evaluation of their work at inter-
vals chosen by them.
Sixth, student assessment under Open University is based on continuous assess-
ment and credit system. It does not require students to get bogged down in one final
examination. One can study at one’s own pace.
It short, the Open University seeks to open up the treasure house of knowledge
to the maximum number of users. Thereby it would enhance their skills for productivity
and further learning. Socially, too, the University promises steady empowerment of
those who suffered backwardness for want of these skills. Considering the current
trends all over the world, the Open University is going not only to complement the

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conventional system of higher education but may soon occupy the centre stage also
in developing countries where the resources do not measure up to the vastness of
the clientele.

2. Netaji Subhas Open University : Vision and Mission

Vision:
NSOU, the only State Open University in West Bengal, has been a significant
contributor to empowerment through education. With its avowed mission of ‘‘Reach-
ing the Unreached’’, NSOU is driven by the vision of building a qualitative human
resource based in the state. To this end, the University is into collaborative efforts
with other State Open Universities and the National Open University, the aim being
the promotion of ODL as an effective avenue of educational outreach. NSOU be-
lieves that this is the chosen path for multitasking knowledge seekers of the present
times.
Mission:
To spread higher education in different parts of the state and to co-operate with
other universities to provide access to higher education and to different skill enhanc-
ing educational programmes, Netaji Subhas Open University shall:
 provide quality education in a flexible mode to serve the aim of establishing an
equitable knowledge society within the state, provide higher education through
distance learning through the language of the state, i.e. Bengali
 make education affordable to the disadvantaged
 provide facility for lifelong education to intending learners
 strive for upgradation of technology without compromising the basic values of
the society
 contribute to the development of the state and the nation and to motivate learn-
ers to strive for secular, scientific and democratic education.

3. School of Studies
School of Sciences: The School of Sciences (SoSci) is one of the leading
departments of the University in terms of teaching in sciences. The School has well
developed computing facilities viz smart class room, well-equipped laboratories for
Geography, Mathematics, Chemistry, Zoology and Physics and a resourceful
departmental library. The teaching emphasis is on topics of Mathematics (Applied/
Pure), Geography (Urban), Zoology, Physics, Chemistry and Botany. At present, the
teaching of science subjects through SoSci is spread over in the State of West
Bengal through more than 60 Study Centres. In near future more Study Centres will
be opened with thrust on “Reaching the Unreached” particularly in the disadvantaged
sector of the rural community & minority with application of IT. The research and
teaching contributions of SoSci have been acknowledged in many ways. The Under
Graduates and Post Graduates passing out of SoSci have found subsequent positions

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with great ease in different spheres of the society. The School organizes lectures/
Laboratory Counselling-cum-Evaluation Sessions(LCES)/seminars/workshops
periodically on different topics. Many of the faculty members are frequent speakers
at national and international conferences. The faculty members regularly publish
research papers in the best peer reviewed international/ national research journals.
Faculties of SoSci have also take care of UGC-DEB sponsored research projects.
With all the faculties, students and staff, SoSci is a progressive and close-knit
department.
The School offers following Bachelor Degree Programmes:
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Physics EPH Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in respective subject
and pass marks in
Mathematics
Chemistry ECH Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in respective subject
and pass marks in
Mathematics
Mathematics EMT Passed 10+2 examination 5 times during
registration
or equivalent with 50% *3 years *6 years
marks in Mathematics validation
period (once
Geography EGR Passed 10+2 examination per year)
or equivalent with 50%
marks in Geography
Zoology EZO Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 50%
marks in Biology
Botany EBT Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in Biology

School of Humanities: The establishment of the School of Humanities (SoH) marks


a reiteration of the commitment of Netaji Subhas Open University to underline the
need of devising strategies for capacity building through Humanities. With this broad
goal in mind, the SoH intends to pursue serious academic research and offer
programmes to learners within the precincts of the Open and Distance Learning
mode. With dynamic and vibrant faculty to moot, the vision of the School is to
intensify outreach through ODL so as to inculcate an ambience of cultural-literary

* The minimum duration of the course is 3 (three) years from the date of registration. The registration
is valid for a period of maximum 6 (six) years provided the candidate pays course fees, studentship
fees and other relevant fees within due time as and when notified by the University.

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pursuits that has always been the forte of the state of West Bengal. The mission of
SoH is to foster a community, cutting across institutional lines, that will disseminate
the study of language and literatures in vernaculars and English, encourage
transliterary activities, become a centre for pan-India literary confluence and in due
course of time evolve as a window to the wider world from this part of the country.
In a nutshell, the endeavour of the SoH will be to rear itself in the true spirit of Open
Learning.
Our hand-picked human resource is well augmented with a state of the art
Interactive Learning Centre that serves as a hub in the creation of next generation
multimedia materials, a full-fledged Editing laboratory for training learners of Journalism
and Mass Communication courses, infrastructure for smart classrooms and a well-
stocked library. The faculty of the SoH have engaged themselves in UGC-DEB
sponsored projects and this keeps them in constant interactions with the wider
academia. Our faculty are also invited for consultancy and special academic exchanges
by institutions both in the ODL and regular modes.
The School offers following Bachelor Degree Programmes :
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Bengali EBG Passed 10+2 Examination
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational
Courses *3 Years *6 Years 5 times during
English EEG Passed 10+2 Examination registration
with 40% marks in English validation
or equivalent / period (once
Passed 10+2 in Vocational per year)
Courses with 40% marks
in English

School of Social Sciences: The School of Social Sciences (SoSS) is a newly


constituted school emanating from the erstwhile School of Humanities & Social
Sciences. Since its emergence it included within its realm a wide range of disciplines
namely Political Science, History, Public Administration and Sociology. The School
of Social Sciences is proud to offer Post Graduation Courses in Political Science,
History and Public Administration. However along with the said disciplines, courses
at the Graduation level are also extended to the discipline of Sociology. The objective
of the School is not only to impart quality education through open and distance mode
but also cater to the need of the learners academically and professionally.

* The minimum duration of the course is 3 (three) years from the date of registration. The registration
is valid for a period of maximum 6 (six) years provided the candidate pays course fees, studentship
fees and other relevant fees within due time as and when notified by the University.

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The School offers following Bachelor Degree Programmes:
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
History EHI Passed 10+2 examination or
equivalent / Passed
10+2 in Vocational Courses
Political EPS Passed 10+2 examination or
Science equivalent / Passed *3 Years *6 Years 5 times during
10+2 in Vocational Courses registration
Public EPA Passed 10+2 examination or validation
Adminis- equivalent / Passed period (once
tration 10+2 in Vocational Courses per year)
Sociology ESO Passed 10+2 examination or
equivalent / Passed
10+2 in Vocational Courses
School of Education : The School of Education (SoE) was established in 2013 with
a view to provide quality inputs in Education as a liberal discipline and Teacher
Education in particular to pre and in-service teacher and development of academic
output in education. The experience of M.A. in Education is encouraging as the
number of enrolled students are ever increasing. There was a pressing demand
from the learners and society at large that the Bachelor Degree Programme in
Education (BDP or B.A. in Education) be introduced. To achieve the integrity as well
as to develop meaningful equity and access to M.A. in Education, the introduction
of BDP in Education was very much needed. With this backdrop, the University was
successful to accord necessary approval from the UGC-DEB. None the less, BDP
in Education / B.A. in Education is being introduced from 2018 - 19 academic session.
The curriculum of this programme have been framed to keep abreast with changing
nature of structure of knowledge in Education. SLMs are also upgraded periodically to
instil new ideas and innovations. The School is trying to reach its learners through ICT
support to rejuvenate the academic mission of “Reaching the unreached”. ICT support
encompasses digitised SLMs, A/V lectures and all type of academic and administrative
support through the support cell.
The School offers the following Bachelor Degree Programme:
Course Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Education EED Passed 10+2 examination *3 Years *6 Years 5 times during
or equivalent (Arts & registration
Science streams only) validation period
with 45% marks (once per year)

* The minimum duration of the course is 3 (three) years from the date of registration. The registration
is valid for a period of maximum 6 (six) years provided the candidate pays course fees, studentship
fees and other relevant fees within due time as and when notified by the University.

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School of Professional Studies: The establishment of the School of Professional
Studies (SoPS) reflects a holistic and pragmatic approach of the University towards
the professional education in the modern era. The School has been given the
responsibility of conducting the courses on Commerce & Management, Social Work,
Library & Information Science and Economics.
The syllabi of all the courses have been framed to keep abreast with new
developments in each subject in order to, on the one hand, suit the needs of the job
market and on the other, give a comprehensive coverage. The School helps in creating
individuals with specialized skills as required by the job market relating to management,
finance, library and information science, social work and economics with a strong
theoretical, practical as well as experimental knowledge in the respective discipline.
The School has been established keeping an eye to rejuvenate this academic mission
with a difference to prepare value added human resources for the tailor made workforces.
The School is trying to reach its students through ICT. Under ICT support, the students
enrolled in M.Com., MSW, MLIS and BLIS will get digitized SLMs, A/V lectures and all
type of academic and administrative support through the Support Service Cell. A
dedicated website (www.nsouict.ac.in) is being maintained for this purpose. The students
can log on by their log in ID and may have 24 × 7 learning experiences.
The School offers following Bachelor Degree Programme:
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Commerce ECO Passed 10+2 examination or
equivalent / Passed 5 times during
10+2 in Vocational Courses *3 Years *6 Years registration
Economics EEC Passed 10+2 examination or validation
equivalent/Passed period (once
10+2 in Vocational Courses per year)

4. Bachelor Degree Programme


The University offers Bachelor Degree Programmes (BDP) for fifteen Elective
Subjects at Honours level from three different stream of studies viz. Arts, Commerce
and Science. For arts stream there are eight elective subjects which are Bengali (EBG),
English (EEG), History (EHI), Economics (EEC), Political Science (EPS), Public
Administration (EPA), Sociology (ESO) and Education (EED). For science stream
University offers six subjects those are Physics (EPH), Chemistry (ECH), Mathematics
(EMT), Botany (EBT), Zoology (EZO) and Geography (EGR). Only Commerce (ECO)
is offered from the commerce stream. Student is free to choose any elective subjects
as mentioned above which is equivalent to the Honours/Major courses of all other
conventional Universities. However, depending on the choice of the elective subjects
the student can opt for one subsidiary subject (consisting of three papers each of 100
marks). In addition to this she / he has to take four compulsory subjects (Foundation
Course), one Application Oriented subject (AOC) and Environmental Studies (ENVS).
The permissible combinations of studies have been detailed in the subsequent sections.
* The minimum duration of the course is 3 (three) years from the date of registration. The registration
is valid for a period of maximum 6 (six) years provided the candidate pays course fees, studentship
fees and other relevant fees within due time as and when notified by the University.
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4.1 LIST OF COURSES AND CORRESPONDING PAPER COMBINATION
Elective Subsidiary Papers and Paper Code AOC Papers Foundation Others Paper
Courses and (Any one from respective (4 Papers are (Compulsory for each
Course Code combination) compulsory for each elective subject)
elective subject)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Physics EPH Mathematics SMT Household Humanities and Environmental
Chemistry ECH Mathematics SMT Chemistry Social Science Studies
Mathema- EMT Physics or SPH or (AOC-3) (FHS)
tics Political Science SPS
Geography EGR Bengali or SBG or
English SEG
Zoology EZO Botany SBT Science and
Botany EBT Zoology SZO Technology (FST)

BACHELOR OF ARTS
Bengali EBG English or SEG or Bengali (FBG)
History or SHI or
Political Science SPS
English EEG Bengali or SBG
History or SHI or English (FEG)
Political Science SPS
History EHI Bengali or SBG or
English or SEG or
Political Science SPS
Political EPS Bengali or SBG or Food
Science English or SEG or
Processing
History SHI
(AOC–2)
Public EPA Political Science SPS
Adminis- or or
tration Bengali or SBG or
History SHI
Sociology ESO Political Science SPS
or or
Bengali or SBG or
History SHI
Economics EEC Mathematics or SMT or
History or SHI or
Bengali SBG
Education EED History or SHI or
English or SEG or
Bengali SBG

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
Commerce ECO Business SBS Basic
Studies Accountancy
(AOC–1)

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4.2 LIST OF SUBSIDIARY PAPERS AND PAPER CODE:
Subsidiary Paper and Code
Physics SPH
Mathematics SMT
Zoology SZO
Botany SBT
Bengali SBG
English SEG
History SHI
Political Science SPS
Business Studies SBS

5. Academic Session
The academic session of the University is from July to June every year. Courses are
offered semester-wise. Hence, each academic year is divided into two semesters,
viz., July to December and January to June.

6. Duration of the Course


The minimum duration of the course is 3 (three) years from the date of registration.
The registration is valid for a period of maximum 6 (six) years provided the candidate
pays course fees, renewal fees and other relevant fees within due time as and when
notified by the University.

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7. Course wise Curriculum
Course Name : B.Sc. in Physics (Hons.) (EPH)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-I

Mathematical Methods EPH 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


in Physics

Practical Physics-1 EPH 04 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Humanities & Social Sciences

Mechanics and General EPH 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-II

Properties of Matter

Harmonic Motion, Waves EPH 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


& Acoustics

Heat and Thermodynamics EPH 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Semester-III

Science & Technology

Optics EPH 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Physics-2 EPH 08 Prac 0 100% 100 8


2nd Year

Electrostatics EPH 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-IV

Electricity and Magnetism EPH 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Electronic Circuits and Devices EPH 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Subsidiary Mathematics SMT 01 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


-Paper 1

Relativity and Advanced EPH 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-V

Mechanics

Practical Physics-3 EPH 12 Prac 0 100 100 8

Subsidiary Mathematics- SMT 02 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Paper 2
3rd Year

Structure of atoms and EPH Theo 30% 70% 50 4


molecular spectra Nuclear 13 & 14
Semester-VI

Physics

Subsidiary Mathematics- SMT 03 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Paper 3

Application Oriented Course AOC-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name : B.Sc. in Chemistry (Hons.) (ECH)
Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits
Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End
Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

General Chemistry ECH 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Chemistry–1 ECH 04 Prac 0 100% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in
Humanities & Social Sciences FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Inorganic Chemistry–I ECH 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-II

Inorganic Chemistry–II ECH 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Inorganic Chemistry–III ECH 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science & Technology

Physical Chemistry–I ECH 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Chemistry–2 ECH 08 Prac 0 100% 100 8


2nd Year

Physical Chemistry–II ECH 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-IV

Physical Chemistry–III ECH 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Organic Chemistry–I ECH 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Subsidiary Mathematics- SMT 01 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Paper 1

Organic Chemistry–II ECH 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-V

Practical Chemistry–3 ECH 12 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Subsidiary Mathematics-
Paper 2 SMT 02 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
3rd Year

Organic Chemistry-III ECH Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Biochemistry 13 & 14
Semester-VI

Subsidiary Mathematics- SMT 03 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Paper 3

Application Oriented Course AOC-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name : B.Sc. in Mathematics (Hons.) (EMT)
Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits
Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-I

Differential Calculus and its EMT 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Geometric Application
Vector Algebra & Vector EMT 04 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Calculus
1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities & Social Sciences
Integral Calculus and EMT 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-II

Differential Equations
Classical Algebra & EMT 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Abstract Algebra
Linear Algebra & EMT 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Transformation
Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Science & Technology
Semester-III

Analytical Geometry EMT 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Mathematical Analysis–II EMT 08 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
2nd Year

Mathematical Analysis–I EMT 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Analytical Dynamics EMT 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-IV

Analytical Statics EMT 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Numerical Analysis EMT 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Subsidiary Physics 01 / SPH 01/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Pol.Sc. Paper 01 SPS 01
Probability Theory EMT 12 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-V

Computer Programming EMT 16 Prac 0 100% 50 4


Subsidiary Physics 02/ SPH 02/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Pol.Sc. Paper 02 SPS 02
Statistics and its Application EMT 13 Theo 30% 70% 50 4
3rd Year

Linear Programming and EMT 14 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Game Theory
Semester-VI

Complex Analysis and EMT 15 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Integral Transform
Subsidiary Physics 03/ SPH 03/ Prac for SPH/ 0/ 100%/ 100 6
Pol.Sc. Paper 03 SPS 03 Theo for SPS 30% 70%
Application Oriented Course AOC-03 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name: B.Sc. in Geography (Hons.) (EGR)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Concepts of Physical EGR 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Geography and Geotectonics

Practical Geography–I EGR 04 Prac 0 100% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities & Social Sciences
Semester-II

Landform Processes EGR 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Climatology EGR 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Soil and Biogeography EGR 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science & Technology

Geography of Resources EGR 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Geography-2 EGR 08 Prac 0 100 100 8


2nd Year

Geography of Economic EGR 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Activities
Semester-IV

Geography of Settlement EGR 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Geography of Population EGR 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Subsidiary English 01/ SEG 01/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali-Paper 01 SBG 01

Evolution of Geographical EGR 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-V

Thought

Practical Geography–3 EGR 12 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Subsidiary English 02 / SEG 02/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali-Paper 02 SBG 02
3rd Year

Environmental Geography EGR 13 & Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Special Paper (Agricultural 14
Semester-VI

Geography and Regional


Planning)

Subsidiary English 03/ SEG 03/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali-Paper 03 SBG 03
Application Oriented Course AOC-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name: B.Sc. in Zoology (Hons.) (EZO)
Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits
Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Animal Diversity–1 EZO 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


(Non-chordate)

Practical Zoology–1 EZO 04 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Humanities & Social Sciences

Cytogenetics & EZO 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-II

Molecular Biology

Developmental Biology EZO 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


and Ethology

Animal Diversity–II EZO 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


(Chordates)

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science & Technology

Taxonomy and Evolution EZO 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Zoology–2 EZO 08 Prac 0 100% 100 8


2nd Year

Ecology and Environmental EZO 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Biology
Semester-IV

Biophysics, Biometry EZO 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Histology, Histochemistry EZO 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


and Endocrinology

Subsidiary Botany-Paper 1 SBT 01 Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Parasitology and Immunology EZO 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-V

Practical Zoology–3 EZO 12 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Subsidiary Botany-Paper 2 SBT 02 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


3rd Year

Animal Physiology EZO 13 & Theo 30% 70% 50 4


and Biochemistry 14
Semester-VI

Economic Zoology

Subsidiary Botany-Paper 3 SBT 03 Prac 0 100% 100 8


Application Oriented Course AOC 3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name: B.Sc. in Botany (Hons.) (EBT)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End
Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Microbiology and Algae EBT 01 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Practical Botany-1 EBT 04 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities & Social Sciences
1st Year

Fungi, Lichen & EBT 02 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-II

Plant Pathology

Plant Anatomy & EBT 03 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Applied Botany

Bryophyta & Pteridophyta, EBT 05 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Gymnosperm & Palaeobotany

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science & Technology
Semester-III

Morphology & Embryology, EBT 06 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Taxonomy
2nd Year

Practical Botany-2 EBT 08 Prac 0 100% 100 8

Plant Physiology EBT 07 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-IV

Genetics, Evolution EBT 09 Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Environmental Botany, EBT 10 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Plant Geography

Subsidiary Zoology-Paper 1 SZO 01 Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Plant Bio-Chemistry, EBT 11 Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-V

Plant Molecular Biology

Practical Botany-3 EBT 12 Prac 0 100 100 8

Subsidiary Zoology-Paper 2 SZO 02 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


3rd Year

Cell Biology, Molecular EBT 13 & Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Genetics Biometry and 14
Semester-VI

Plant Breeding, Plant Tissue


Culture

Subsidiary Zoology-Paper 3 SZO 03 Prac 0 100% 100 8


Application Oriented Course AOC-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
(Household Chemistry)

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Course Name: B.A. in Bengali (Hons.) (EBG)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End
Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

§y!•ï˛ƒ Ä §Çfl,Ò!ï˛Ó˚ •z!ï˛•y§ EBG-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities and Social
Semester-II

Sciences

û˛y£Ïyï˛_¥ ~ÓÇ åÈ® Ä x°ÇܲyÓ˚ EBG-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-III

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science & Technology

ܲyÓƒ EBG-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


2nd Year

í˛z˛õöƒy§ ~ÓÇ ˆåÈyê˛ à“ EBG-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

≤ÃÓ¶˛ Ä Ó˚ã˛öy EBG-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary English-I/ SEG-I/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-I/ SHI-I/
Political Science-I SPS-I

öyê˛Ü˛ Ä öyê˛ƒüMÈ˛ ~ÓÇ §y!•ˆÏï˛ƒÓ˚ EBG-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Ó˚*˛õˆÏû˛ò
Semester-V

ˆ°yܲ§y!•ï˛ƒ ~ÓÇ xyô%!öܲ EBG-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


û˛yÓ˚ï˛#Î˚ §y!•ï˛ƒ
Subsidiary English-II/ SEG-II/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8
History-II/ SHI-II/
3rd Year

Political Science-II SPS-II

xö%Óyòñ Óyöyö !Ó!ô §¡õyòöyñ EBG-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


xö%ˆÏFåÈò ≤Ã!ï˛ˆÏÓòö
Semester-VI

Subsidiary English-III/ SEG-III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-III/ SHI-III/
Political Science-III SPS-III

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

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Course Name: B.A. in English (Hons.) (EEG)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

From the Beginnings to EEG-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Chaucer: Literature and
1st Year

Language in Evolution

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-II

Humanities and Social


Sciences

The Renaissance and the EEG-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Reformation

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-III

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science & Technology

The Restoration EEG-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


2nd Year

The Eighteenth Century EEG-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

The Romantic Period EEG-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Bengali-I/ SBG-I/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-I/ SHI-I/
Political Science-I SPS-I

The Victorians EEG-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-V

Literature of the Modern EEG-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Postmodern Periods

Subsidiary Bengali-II/ SBG-II/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-II/ SHI-II/
3rd Year

Political Science-II SPS-II

Indian Writing in English EEG-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Bengali-III/ SBG-III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-III/ SHI-III/
Political Science-III SPS-III

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Course Name: B.A. in History (Hons.) (EHI)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

EHI-1: Ancient India EHI-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-II

Humanities & Social Sciences

EHI-2: Medieval India EHI-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science & Technology

EHI-3: Early Modern India EHI-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


2nd Year

EHI-4: China & Japan EHI-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8

EHI-5: South-East Asia EHI-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-I/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ Political Science SEG-I/
Paper–1 SPS-I

EHI-6: Modern Indian History EHI-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-V

EHI-7: Modern Europe EHI-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-II/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ Political Science SEG-II/
Paper–2 SPS-II
3rd Year

EHI-8: Making of the EHI-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Modern World
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ Political Science SEG-III/
Paper–3 SPS-III

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Course Name: B.A. in Political Science (Hons.) (EPS)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Paper I: Political Theory EPS-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Institutions
1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities and
Semester-II

Social Sciences

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Paper II: Political Sociology EPS-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science and Technology

Paper III: Indian EPS-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Political Thought
2nd Year

Paper IV: Western EPS-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Political Thought
Semester-IV

Paper V: Government EPS-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Politics in India

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-I / Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ History SEG-I /
Paper–1 SHI-I

Paper VI: International EPS-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Relations
Semester-V

Paper VII: Government and EPS-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Politics in Europe and America

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-II / Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ History Paper–2 SEG-II /
3rd Year

SHI-II

Paper VIII: Government EPS-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Politics in South Asia
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Bengali/ SBG-III / Theo 30% 70% 100 8


English/ History Paper–3 SEG-III /
SHI-III

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Course Name: B.A. in Public Administration (Hons.) (EPA)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Administrative Theory EPA –I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-II

Humanities and Social Sciences

Indian Government EPA –II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science and Technology

Indian Thinkers EPA-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Administrative Thinkers)
2nd Year

Comparative and EPA-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Development
Administration
Semester-IV

Personnel Administration EPA-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Political SPS-I / Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science / Bengali / SBG-I /
History Paper–1 SHI-I

Financial Administration EPA-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-V

Indian Administrative EPA-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


System

Subsidiary Political Science / SPS-II / Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali / History SBG-II /
3rd Year

Paper–2 SHI-II

Local Government: EPA-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Rural and Urban
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Political Science/ SPS-III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali/ History SBG-III/
Paper–3 SHI-III

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Course Name: B.A. in Sociology (Hons.) (ESO)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Elective Sociology-1 ESO-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-II

Humanities & Social Sciences

Elective Sociology-2 ESO-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Sciences ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-III

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science & Technology

Elective Sociology-3 ESO-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


2nd Year

Elective Sociology-4 ESO-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

Elective Sociology-5 ESO-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Political Science/ SPS–I/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali / History SBG–I/
Paper–01 SHI–I

Elective Sociology-6 ESO-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-V

Elective Sociology-7 ESO-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Political Science/ SPS–II/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali/ History SBG–II/
3rd Year

Paper–02 SHI–II

Elective Sociology—8 ESO–VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Political Science/ SPS–III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Bengali/ History SBG–III/
Paper–03 SHI–III

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Course Name: B.A. in Education (Hons.) (EED)
Paper Paper Paper
Paper Type Weightage
Paper Type StudyWeightage
Hours Full
Full Credits
Code Code
(Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
(Theo/Prac) Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Philosophical and EED-1 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Sociological Foundations
of Education
1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities and Social Sciences
Semester-II

Educational Psychology EED-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Pedagogical Perspective
of Education
Enviromental Sciences ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4
Foundation Course FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Semester-III

Sciences and Technology


Development of Indian EED-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Education & Heritage
Trends and Issues in EED-4 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
2nd Year

Education and
Comparative Education
Semester-IV

Educational Evaluation EED-5 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and Statistics in Education
Subsidiary History-1/ SHI-1 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
English-1/ /SEG-1
Bengali-1 /SBG-1
Educational Management, EED-6 Theo 30% 70% 100 8
Administration and
Fundamentals of Educational
Technology
Semester-V

Educational Guidance, EED-7 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Counseling and Curriculum
Studies
Subsidiary History-II/ SHI-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8
3rd Year

English-II/ /SEG-II
Bengali-II /SBG-II

Educational Research EED-8 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


and ICT in Education
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)
Subsidiary History-III/ SHI-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8
English-III/ /SEG-III
Bengali-III /SBG-III

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Course Name: B.A. in Economics (Hons.) (EEC)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Micro-Economics EEC-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-II

Humanities and Social


Sciences

Macro-Economics EEC-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-III

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Science & Technology

Statistical Technique EEC-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


2nd Year

Indian Economy EEC-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

International Trade & EEC-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Development Economics

Subsidiary Mathematics-I/ SMT-I/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-I/ Bengali-I SHI-I/
SBG-I

Comprehensive Economic EEC-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Development
Britain/Japan/China & Basics
of Environmental Economics
Semester-V

Development Economics EEC-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Advanced)
& Mathematical Technique
in Economics

Subsidiary Mathematics-II/ SMT-II/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


3rd Year

History-II/ Bengali-II SHI-II/


SBG-II

Computer Applications in EEC-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Economics & Research
Methodology
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-02 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Food Processing)

Subsidiary Mathematics-III/ SMT-III/ Theo 30% 70% 100 8


History-III/ Bengali-III SHI-III/
SBG-III

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Course Name: Bachelor in Commerce (Hons.) (ECO)

Paper Paper Paper Type Weightage Weightage Full Credits


Code (Theo/Prac) for Assign- for Term Marks
ment End

Foundation Course in Bengali FBG Theo 30% 70% 50 4


Semester-I

Foundation Course in English FEG Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Accountancy & Mathematics ECO-I Theo 30% 70% 100 8


1st Year

Foundation Course in FHS Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Humanities and Social
Semester-II

Sciences

Business Economics ECO-II Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Environmental Studies ENVS Theo 30% 70% 50 4

Foundation Course in FST Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-III

Science & Technology

Statistics & Business ECO-III Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Organisation
2nd Year

Higher Accountancy ECO-IV Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Semester-IV

Cost Accountancy & ECO-V Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Element of Income Tax

Subsidiary Paper I SBS-1 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Entrepreneurship and
Business Communication)

Management & ECO-VI Theo 30% 70% 100 8


World Resources
Semester-V

Commercial and Labour Laws ECO-VII Theo 30% 70% 100 8

Subsidiary Paper II SBS-2 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Tax Practice & Procedure)
3rd Year

Auditing & Management ECO-VIII Theo 30% 70% 100 8


Accountancy
Semester-VI

Application Oriented Course AOC-01 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Basic Accountancy)

Subsidiary Paper III SBS-3 Theo 30% 70% 100 8


(Business Ethics &
Computer Applications)

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8. Fees Structure
A student enrolling for 3 years’ Bachelor Degree Programme (BDP) shall have to
clear all the examinations within a period of 6 years (Registration validity period) from
the year of enrollment.
A student clearing the examination within first 3 years from the year of enrollment
shall pay the fees according to the following manner:
Sl. Year Fees to be paid in *Examination Fees
No. 1st 3-years
1 1st Year 1/3 of Total Course Fees Examination Fees
(At the time of Admission) + Admission Fees to be paid sepa-
2 2nd Year 1/3 of Total Course Fees rately as the case
(At the End of 2nd Semester) + Studentship Fees may be for
appearing in the
3 3rd Year 1/3 of Total Course Fees
examinations
(At the End of 4th Semester) + Studentship Fees

A student failing to clear the examination within the period of first 3 years shall have
to pay a renewal fee annually in order to continue studentship up to the 6th year as
detailed below:
Sl. Year Fees for Extended *Examination Fees
No. Registration Validity Period

4 4th Year Studentship Fees Examination Fees


(Extended Registration Validity Period) to be paid sepa-
5 5th Year Studentship Fees rately as the case
(Extended Registration Validity Period) may be for
appearing in the
6 6th Year Studentship Fees examinations
(Extended Registration Validity Period)

In order to appear in any examination within the stipulated time span of 6 years a
student shall have to clear the respective Course Fees, Admission Fees,
Examination Fees along with the mandatory Annual Renewal Fees.
For example, course fees for B.A. and B.Com. student:
Total Course Fee for B.A. and B.Com. : Rs. 6,300/-
Admission Fee : Rs. 900/-
Studentship Fee : Rs. 600/-
Fees for a student completing the course within 3 (three) years:
Sl. Year Fees to be paid in 1st 3-years *Examination Fees
No. (Excluding Bank Charges)
1 1st Year Rs. 2,100 + Rs. 900 Paper wise
(At the time of Admission) Examination Fees
2 2nd Year Rs. 2,100 + Rs. 600 as the case may
(At the End of 2nd Semester) be applicable to
3 3rd Year Rs. 2,100 + Rs. 600 appear
(At the End of 4th Semester)

* Examination Fees will be notified from time to time by the Examination Department.

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Fees for a student failing to complete the course within 3 (three) years:
Sl. Year Fees for Extended *Examination Fees
No. Registration Validity Period
(Excluding Bank Charges)
4 4th Year Rs. 600
Paper wise
(Extended Registration Validity Period)
Examination Fees
5 5th Year Rs. 600 as the case may
(Extended Registration Validity Period) be applicable to
6 6th Year Rs. 600 appear
(Extended Registration Validity Period)

For example, course fees for B.Sc. (Lab based) student:


Total Course Fee for B.Sc. (Lab based) : Rs. 13,098/-
Admission Fee : Rs. 900/-
Studentship Fee : Rs. 600/-
Fees for a student completing the course within 3 (three) years:
Sl. Year Fees to be paid in 1st 3-years *Examination Fees
No. (Excluding Bank Charges)
1 1st Year Rs. 4,266 + Rs. 900
Paper wise
(At the time of Admission)
Examination Fees
2 2nd Year Rs. 4,266 + Rs. 600 as the case may
(At the End of 2nd Semester) be applicable to
3 3rd Year Rs. 4,266 + Rs. 600 appear
(At the End of 4th Semester)

Fees for a student failing to complete the course within 3 (three) years:
Sl. Year Fees for Extended *Examination Fees
No. Registration Validity Period
(Excluding Bank Charges)
4 4th Year Rs. 600
Paper wise
(Extended Registration Validity Period)
Examination Fees
5 5th Year Rs. 600 as the case may
(Extended Registration Validity Period) be applicable to
6 6th Year Rs. 600 appear
(Extended Registration Validity Period)

Amount of Course Fees and Admission Fees for different courses is available in:
A. The pouch attached in the blurb of back side of this prospectus.
B. The admission notification (Newspaper).
C. NSOU website.
Examination Fees and Other Fees (if applicable) will be notified through website time
to time by the University.
*Examination Fees will be notified from time to time by the Examination Department.

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N.B.: Paying of course fees, studentship fees and examination fees (as the
case may be) as mentioned above and submission of home assignment within
the due date is/are mandatory to appear in the Term-End Examination.
9. Admission to BDP
Admission Process:
Every year NSOU conducts an online admission process for July session, through
which applicants, fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria, can opt for one BDP course
among fifteen different courses from Arts, Science and Commerce as mentioned earlier.
Before starting of the admission process NSOU circulates admission notification
through leading newspaper (indicated notification), respective Study Centres and in
its official website (www.wbnsou.ac.in).
Applicants are advised to go through the website admission notification for detailed
admission procedure and guideline.
9.1. General Guideline
Incomplete and Late Applications: Submission of incomplete and late admission
forms/ renewal / examination forms and forms furnishing false information or any
type of tampering with form and in supporting document can be rejected forthwith
without any intimation to the candidates. The candidates are, therefore, advised to
fill the relevant columns carefully and enclose authenticated copies of all necessary
certificates asked for, and submit the form on or before the due date.
Simultaneous Registration: A student is permitted to take admission for only one
Bachelor Degree Programme (BDP) of NSOU during his/her tenure of enrollment in the
University. Any violation of this rule will lead to cancellation of the candidature of the
students concerned and in such cases no fees will be refunded. However, a student of
the BDP course can take simultaneous admission in one Diploma/ Certificate/ Training
Programme of the University. But, in the event of any clash of dates arises in counselling
and/or examinations schedule between the two programmes taken, the University will
not be in a position to make any adjustments for its mitigation.
Change of Study Centre: Application for change of Study Centre after taking
admission can be made together with a fee of Rs. 500/- (payable through DD drawn
in favour of Netaji Subhas Open University payable at Kolkata). Such application will
be considered under circumstances like change of place of service, shifting of family
and change of marital status only with documentary evidence.
Subject Change: Application for change of subject after admission in BDP course will
not be entertained under any circumstances. The candidates should, therefore, be
very careful as regards the choice of course/subject of study before taking admission.
Cancellation of Candidature / Awarded Degree: If at any point of time during or
after enrollment a student found to have furnishing false information, his/her
candidature/ studentship will be immediately cancelled and fees paid by the said
student shall not be refunded.
If furnishing of false information is detected even after award of degree, the said
degree will be immediately cancelled.
Note: Course fees, Admission fees, Renewal fees, Examination fees once paid will
not be refunded (for further refund policy visit our admission website).

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10. Renewal Rules
The studentship of a candidate will be void if the candidate fails to renew his/her
studentship by paying the course fees and studentship renewal fees in due time as
mentioned in the Fees Structure. Every year the University opens its online renewal
portal (www.wbnsouadmissions.com) for the BDP students to enable them to renew
their studentship.
NB:
● Paying of course fees, studentship fees and examination fees as mentioned in the
Fees Structure is mandatory to appear in the Term-End Examination.
● Students are advised to preserve all the payment receipt related to any fees
submission, as and when notified by the University, for future reference.

11. Study Materials


The University provides its students Self Instructional Materials (SIM) written in
Bengali for all subjects except EEG and EED, to be studied and learnt by them at
their convenience. An enrolled student can collect his/ her SIM from the respective
study centre by producing RECEIPT OF SLMs an and when issued by the University.
For few courses the softcopy of the SIMs are available in the NSOU website:
www.wbnsou.ac.in. Students can download the softcopy.

12. Methods of Instruction


The University makes use of several methods to provide maximum possible
exposures of the students to the course-contents and to each instructional programme.
To start with, printed SLMs/ SIMs (Self Learning Materials/Self Instructional Materials)
packages and contact programmes involving face-to-face interaction with academic
counsellors are available. Eventually Audio-materials, Audio-visual presentations,
Teleconferences and occasional discussion sessions through Webcast and FM
channels may be introduced.
Personal Contact Programme (PCP): Each accredited Study Centre organises
PCP Sessions on weekends/holidays and notifies the same to the students. Students
are recommended to read their SLMs/SIMs thoroughly before participating in the
PCP session to find it immensely useful. For each 100 marks of a theoretical paper
there will be maximum 12 PCP sessions of 2 hours’ duration each. During these
sessions, teachers will help the students with their course work. Attendance at PCPs
are optional for most Programmes, unless otherwise specified.
Practical Session: Practical Sessions or Laboratory Counselling-cum-Evaluation
Sessions (LCES), for elective and subsidiary subjects of science stream, are arranged
by the University for the students who have enrolled for the particular subjects.
Centre for practical work will be allotted by the University. There are three practical
courses for the three years of study of each elective science subject (except EMT

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in which the lab based paper EMT-16 is in 3rd year). The practical work for elective
subjects is generally arranged during Puja vacation as far as practicable for 12
(twelve) days from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. each day. Regular attendance throughout the
practical session by each and every student is mandatory. Practical work in
subsidiary subject will be held in some selected centres for 10 days in the 6th
semester and/ or 5th semester. A circular with details of venue and schedule for
practical sessions will be sent to the respective Study Centre and also published in
our official website (www.wbnsou.ac.in).

13. Language of Instruction


As a State level endeavour, the BDP courses run by the University are offered in
Bengali medium except EEG and EED. A student is, however, free to write answers to
home assignments and in term-end examinations in English. But, is such cases mixing
of language that is some part in Bengali and some part in English is not allowed.

14. Evaluation Method: The ‘Credit System’ (Choice Based)


The University offers Bachelor Degree Programmes (BDP) for fifteen Elective
Subjects at Honours level [Bengali (EBG), English (EEG), History (EHI), Economics
(EEC), Political Science (EPS), Public Administration (EPA), Sociology (ESO),
Education (EED), Physics (EPH), Chemistry (ECH), Mathematics (EMT), Botany (EBT),
Zoology (EZO), Geography (EGR) and Commerce (ECO)]. A student is free to choose
any elective subject as mentioned above which is equivalent to the Honours / Major
courses of all other conventional Universities. However, depending on the choice of
the elective subjects the student can opt for one subsidiary subject (consisting of
three papers each of 100 marks) as mentioned in 4.1. In addition to this she/he has
to take four compulsory subjects (Foundation Course), one Application Oriented
subject (AOC) and Environmental Studies (ENVS).
For the theoretical papers the Students would be subjected to continuous evaluation
in the form of Assignments. In compiling results 30% will come from the Assignment
evaluation (A) and 70% from the performance in the term-end examination (B).
In case of Practical Papers in science subjects, continuous evaluation is done
during Practical Counselling Session.
Continuous evaluation of theoretical papers is made on the basis of assignment
which every student is required to submit before each Term-End Examination.
Term-End Examinations are held at the end of every semester/ year. Students
who intend to appear at a Term-End Examination are required to fill in application
forms as per notification issued by the Examination Department of the University
(134/1, Meghnad Saha Sarani, Kolkata-700 029) from time to time.
The student who fails to appear in a particular Term-End Examination may avail
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It is also noteworthy that the marks obtained in each paper would be a summation
of Assignment Marks (A) and Term-End Examination Marks (B) recalculated in 30%
and 70% weightages respectively. Rounding of marks (obtained out of 100), following
the usual procedure, is allowed only paper-wise – while calculating the ‘Marks
Obtained’ (A+B) for each individual paper, as narrated in the Mark Sheet.
One credit is considered to be equivalent to 30 (thirty) hours of study time (which
includes all the learning activities) devoted by the learner her/ himself.
The details of the credit system are given below:
Total Credit: 124 or 1550 Marks
Subject-wise division of credit points:
Subjects Credits Marks

Compulsory Foundation Course in Bengali (FBG) 4 50


Subjects Foundation Course in English (FEG) 4 50
Foundation Course in Humanities & Social 8 100
Sciences (FHS)
Foundation Course in Science & Technology (FST) 8 100
TOTAL 24 300
Elective Arts/Commerce/Science (Honours Level) (8 papers) 64 800
Subjects
TOTAL 64 800
Subsidiary One Subsidiary subject (3 papers) 24 300
Subject
TOTAL 24 300
Application Basic Accountancy (AOC 1) for Commerce/Food 8 100
Oriented Processing (AOC 2) for Arts / Household Chemistry
Course (AOC 3) for Science
TOTAL 8 100
Environmental Environmental Studies 4 50
Studies
TOTAL 4 50
GRAND TOTAL 124 1550

15. Examination Pattern


University holds semester-wise Term-End Examination according to the following
pattern. A candidate is eligible to appear at the Term-End Examinations along with
backlog (i.e. subjects ‘not cleared’).

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Year Semester Papers for B.Sc. Papers for B.Sc. Papers for B.A.
(other than EMT) (EMT only) and B.Com.
1st Year 1st Semester FBG, FEG, E-1 & 4* FBG, FEG, E-1 & 4 FBG, FEG, E-1
2nd Semester FHS, E-2, E-3, E-5 & FHS, E-2, E-3, E-5 & FHS, E-2 &
Environmental Studies Environmental Studies Environmental Studies
2nd Year 3rd Semester FST, E-6, E-8* FST, E-6, E-7, E-8 FST, E-3
4th Semester E-7, E-9, E-10, S-1 E-9, E-10, E-11, S-1 E-4, E-5, S-1
3rd Year 5th Semester E-11, E-12*, S-2 E-12, E-13, E-16*, S-2 E-6, E-7, S-2
6th Semester E-13 & E-14 (combined) E-14, E-15, S-3#, AOC E-8, AOC, S-3
E-15, S-3#, AOC

* Practical Courses (100 marks each) (except E-16 in Mathematics is of 50 marks)


E-13 & E-14 combined 50 marks (except Mathematics)
#S-3 is practical paper when the subsidiary subject is lab based otherwise S-3 is a theory paper.

NSOU always endeavours to adhere to its academic calendar wherein conducting


the Term-End Examinations and publishing results are given top most priority. However,
being on Open University NSOU has to share a lot insofar as the infrastructural facilities
of many other Institutes are concerned. Therefore, in the event of some unlikely issues
cropping up beyond the control of the University, some unintentional deviations from
the academic calendar may occur. Such unintentional deviations cannot be totally ruled
out. In such cases NSOU will always strive to minimise such delays. Despite its best
efforts, NSOU, however, cannot guarantee finalization of the results in some cases. In
those cases pending finalization of the result of the last examination, before the
commencement of the next examination, the students concerned may be advised to fill
in the application form for examination within the scheduled date. But in case a student
is found to have cleared the earlier examination after filling up of the application form
for the next examination, the application shall be treated as cancelled.

16. Evaluation Process


The Evaluation of each subject will be made in two ways:
a) Assignment / Internal Assessment:
Assignments have a very important role to play in the teaching-learning process in
distance education. There may be long spatial distance between a learner and distance
education institution which is bridged by sending assignments to the learners and
requiring them to reply the questions there in. The learners answer the assignment
questions and send back which are then evaluated by the evaluators/academic
counsellors/distance teachers. The assignment responses reflect what the learners
have understood and learnt. The assignments are then returned to the learners with
the comments/remarks of the evaluator so that the assignment answers may serve the
purpose of providing feedback to the learners and inform them their strengths and
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the evaluator which further form the bases of successful learning. Thus, the assignments
serve the purpose of two-way communication between the learner and evaluator/
academic counsellors/distance teacher despite physical distances between the two.
Students will be required to submit assignment papers for each subject and the
credit obtained on evaluation of those assignment papers will be entered into his/her
individual record of performance. This will constitute 30% of the total credit points in
the subjects. All the credit points secured by the students will be progressively
entered into record.
Every student is required to submit the assignment papers before each Term-End
Examination which is due at the end of each semester. But in no case a student shall
be allowed to fill in the Application Form to sit for the examination if he/she has not
submitted assignment paper within the due date as announced by the Examination
Department of the University from time to time. Students are required to take back
the copy of the evaluated assignment papers from their respective study centre.
NSOU website: You may also access all relevant information and assignments from
the University website at www.wbnsou.ac.in.
b) Term-End Examinations :
70% of the total credit points of the subjects would be reserved for Term-End
Examination scheduled to be held at the end of each semester.
Minimum qualifying marks in each subject is 35% of the grand total of marks in that
subject (Term-End Examination Marks + Total Assignment Marks.)
c) Practical Examination / Laboratory Counselling-cum-Evaluation Sessions
(LCES) for Lab based subjects (except EMT-16) :
Practical Sessions or Laboratory Counselling-cum-Evaluation Session (LCES), for
elective and subsidiary subjects of science stream, are arranged by the University
for the students who have enrolled for the particular subjects. Centre for practical
work will be allotted by the University.
The practical work for Elective subject generally arranged as follows:
Sl. No. Day Activities Marks
1 1st Day Introduction 0
2 2nd–11th Day Continuous Practical Session 70%
3 12th Day Practical Examination 30%
The practical work for Subsidiary subject generally arranged as follows:
Sl No. Day Activities Marks
1 1st Day Introduction 0
2 2nd–9th Day Continuous Practical Session 70%
3 10th Day Practical Examination 30%
A circular with details of venue and schedule for practical sessions will be sent to the
respective study centre and also published in our official website (www.wbnsou.ac.in)
before the commencement of LCES.

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GRADATION:
Marks Obtained Class Grade
70% and Above 1st Class Hons. A+
60% to below 70% 1st Class Hons. A
55% to below 60% 2nd Class Hons. B+
40% to below 55% 2nd Class Hons. B
35% to below 40% Pass without Hons. C

17. Degrees and Recognition


After successful completion of the programme the students will get B.A./ B.Com./
B.Sc. degree awarded on the basis of performance of the students in the term-end
examinations.
Recognized by:
✓ University Grants Commission (UGC) u/s 2(f) vide letter No.F.9-2-97 (CPP-I)
dated 26 August, 1998.
✓ Distance Education Council (DEC) vide letter No.f:DEC/OU/Recog/2008 dated 8
April, 2008 and there after UGC-DEB.
✓ Govt. of West Bengal vide letter No.316-SE(Aptt.) dated 21 March 2000 and
501-SE(A)/10M-51/99 dated 15 May 2000.
✓ UGC-DEB for offering programmes through Distance Mode for Academic Year
2018-19 to 2022-23 vide F. No. 1-6/2018 (DEB-I) dated 09.08.2018 & 03.10.2018
and F.No. I-18/2018 (DEB-I) dated 31.12.2018.
After successful completion of the programme the students will get the B.A./
B.Com./B.Sc. degree which is equivalent to any such degree awarded by a recognized
University of the country. Government of West Bengal, CSC, PSC, UPSC, RRB etc.
recognize the degrees awarded by Netaji Subhas Open University as equivalent to
the degrees awarded by conventional Universities for the purpose of recruitment.
Other State Universities recognize the degrees of Open University, and graduates
from Netaji Subhas Open University are eligible for admission to post-graduate courses
offered by these Universities.
18. General Guideline of Examination System
I. Semester System:
The structure of the syllabus is delineated in terms of semesters each of 6-month
duration. However, at present the Term-End Examination (TEE) are being held on
completion of a year (i.e. two semesters). The yearly TEE results are shown in the
Progress Report. However, the final result published after clearing of all the Papers
will be given in the Marksheet.
II. Review System:
The University has no formal review system for BDP course. As such, it takes all
possible precautions at every step of examination/evaluation/publication of results,
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III. Change of Examination Schedule:
As such the scheduled date of Examinations will not be changed (even to
accommodate any other/public examinations). However, in any unavoidable
circumstances, the date of Examination may be changed and in such cases the
decision of the University will be final.
IV. Examination Centre:
Examination may be conducted at Regional Centre of NSOU or at any Government
Affiliated Institution. However, decision of the University in this regard is final.
V. Examination Day:
University can fixup the examination date either on weekends or on working days.
However, decision of the University in this regard is final.
VI. Cleared/ Pass:
A student who has cleared a paper in an examination shall not be permitted to
reappear in that paper in subsequent examinations. A student who has successfully
completed a course he/ she has registered for, shall not be permitted to reappear
in that course.
VII. Irregular appearance:
If a student appears in examination without valid Admit Card issued by Controller’s
office or without roll no. his/ her appearance in examination will be treated as irregular
and his/ her answer script will not be evaluated.
VIII. Availability of Answer Script:
Written assessed answer script for all University Examinations shall not be preserved
by the University beyond three months from the respective dates of publication of results.
For any other information related to examinations, the NSOU website and/or the
Examination Department of the University may be visited or contacted.

19. Study Centre


The University provides various student-support services through a network of
study centres. A list of Study Centres along with the subjects offered is enclosed.
These centres cover all the districts of the State & are located at convenient points
connected by public transport. A study centre is placed under the supervision of a
coordinator to be monitored by the Governing Body through the Principal of the
College, and assisted by the staff of his office. It provides all information including
prospectus and application forms for enrollment.
At the beginning of each session, study centres invite the students for an Induction
Meeting where they are familiarized with the aims, objectives and activities of the
University and the methodology of Distance Education.
The Study Centres draw schedules of counselling sessions and notify the same
for the students. Normally, the counselling sessions are held during weekends and
periods of vacation of the host institutions.
Study Centres distribute the home assignment papers received from the University
and arrange for their evaluation.
Prospectus, SLMs/SIMs, Assignments, Information etc. are not issued by the
Headquarters to the students directly. Students should contact the Study Centres for
all their requirements.
In short, each Study Centre acts as the day-to-day link between the students and
the University. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a worthy and dignified
manner to maintain high academic and moral standards.

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19.1 List of Study Centres along with approved Courses (BDP : 2019-20)

Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on


No. No. offer

1. Dum Dum Motijheel College A-01 419 Dum Dum Cossipore Road EBG, ECO, EEG,
Kolkata – 700074 EHI, ESO,EPS,
Opposite Dum Dum Motijheel Rabindra EMT, EZO, EBT
Mahavidyaiaya, Phone No. 2579-4053
2. Basanti Devi College A-02 147B, Rashbehari Avenue EBG, ECO, EEG,
Kolkata–700029, Phone No. 2465-1345 EHI, ESO, EPA
3. Gurudas College A-03 Narkeldanga, Kolkata–700054 EHI, ECH, EMT,
Phone No-23537450 EZO
4. Maharaja Manindra Ch. A-04 20, Ramkanto Bose Street EBG, ECO, EEG,
College Kolkata–700003 EHI, ESO, EZO,
Phone No-2543-9331 EBT
5. Goenka College A-05 210 B.B. Ganguly Street, Kolkata–700012 EBG, EHI
Phone No-24904038
6. Surendranath Evening College A-06 24/2, Mahatma Gandhi Road EBG, ECO, EEG,
Kolkata-700009 ESO
Phone No-2665-0176
7. Victoria Institution (College) A-07 78/ B, A.P.C. Road EBG, EHI, EZO,
Kolkata–700009, Phone No-23604451 EGR
8. Shibpur Dinabandhu College A-08 412/1, G.T. Road (South) EBG, ECO, EHI,
Howrah–711102 EPS
Phone No-26881789
9. Gurudas College of Commerce A-10 33C/1, Biplabi Barin Ghosh Sarani EBG, EHI
Kolkata–700067
Phone No- 23565001
10. Bankura Christian College B-01 Pratap Bagan (North) ESO, EEC, EPA,
P.O.& Dist. Bankura –722101 ECO, EPS, EBG,
Phone No- (03242)259724 EEG, EHI, EBT,
EZO, EMT
11. Raja Narendra Lal Khan B-03 P.O. & Dist.- Midnapore (Paschim) EBG, ECO, EEG,
Women’s College Pin–721101 EHI, ESO, EEC,
Phone No-03222-265317 EPA, EPS, EPH,
ECH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, EGR, EED
12. Tramralipta Mahavidyalaya B-04 P.O.- TamlukDist. Purba Midnapore ECO, EPS, ESO,
Pin–721636 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-03228-269424 EMT, EGR
13. Fakir Chand College B-05 P.O. Diamond Harbour EBG, EHI
Dist-South 24 Parganas, Pin–743331
Phone No-(03174) 258401
14. Haldia Govt. College B-06 P.O. Debhog-721657 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist- Purba Midnapore ESO, EPA, ECH,
Phone No-03224-255058 EZO, EGR, EED
15. Nistarini College B-07 Deshbandhu Road EBG, EEG, EHI,
P.O. & Dist. : Purulia, Pin–723101 EPS, EPA, ESO,
Phone No-03252229880 ECO, EEC
16. Behala College Study Centre B-08 Parnasree, Behala, Kolkata–700060 EHI, EBG
Phone No-2445-9248

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Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on
No. No. offer

17. Sonarpur College B-09 Sahid Biswanath Sarani EBG, ECO, EEG,
P.O. Rajpur, Dist. South 24 Parganas EHI, EGR
Kolkata-700149
Phone No-2434-4952
18. Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial B-10 Dakshineswar, Kolkata EBG, EHI
College for Women Dist. 24 Pgs (N), Pin-700035,
Phone No-2544-0932
19. Burdwan Raj College C-01 Aftab HouseP.O. & Dist.Burdwan EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-713104 EPS, EPA, ESO,
Phone No-0342-2559174 EEC, ECO, EPH,
ECH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, EGR, EED
20. Banwarilal Bhalotia College C-02 Bir Ram Mohon Banerjee Road EBG ,ECO, EEG,
P.O.-Asansol, Dist. Burdwan EHI, EPS, EED,
Pin-71330 EPH, ECH, EBT,
Phone No-0341-2201208 EZO, EGR, EMT
21. Suri Vidyasagar College C-03 P.O. Suri, Dist-Birbhum EBG, ECO, EEG,
Pin-731101 EHI, EPA, EPH,
Phone No-03462-255504 ECH, EZO, EGR
22. Nabagram Hiralal Paul College C-04 P.O. Nabagram EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist. Hooghly; Pin-712246 EHI, EPS
Phone No-26747447
23. Chandernagore Govt. College C-05 Strand Road, Barabazar EBG, ECO, EEG,
P.O. Chandernagore EHI, EPS, EEC,
Dist. Hooghly, Pin-712136 EPA, ESO, EPH,
Phone No-26850616 EMT, EZO, EGR,
EBT
24. Netaji Mahavidyalaya C-06 P.O. Aramba, Dist. Hooghly EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-712601 ECH, EMT,EGR
Phone No-03211-257162
25. Acharya Prafulla Chandra C-07 P.O. New BarrackpourPin. 743276 EBG, EHI, EED
College Dist. 24 Pgs (N), Phone No-2537-4831
26. Bijoy Krishna Girls College C-08 5/3, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Howrah EBG, EHI, EGR
Pin-711101, Phone No-24604729
27. Baruipur College C-09 P.O. Purandarmant EBG, EHI, EGR
Dist. 24 Parganas (South)
P.S. Baruipur, Pin.- 743610
Phone No-2433-9566
28. Tarakeswar Degree College C-10 P.O. Tarakeswar EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist. HooghlyPin. 712410 ESO, EHI, EGR,
Phone No-032012-279628 EMT
29. Krishnanagar Govt. College D-01 P.O. KrishnagarDist. Nadia EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-741101 EPS, EPA, ESO,
Phone No-03472-256534 EEC, ECO
30. Barasat Govt. College D-02 P.O. Barasat - 700124 EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist. North 24 Parganas EHI, ESO, EMT,
Phone No-25624525 EZO, EGR, EBT
31. Sree Chaitanya College D-03 P.O. Habra Prafulla-Nagar, EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist. North24 Parganas, Pin-743268 EPA. EEC, EPS,
Phone No-(03216)239556 EGR, EMT

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Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on
No. No. offer

32. Mahadevananda Mahavidyalaya D-04 Monirampur,P.O. Barackpur-743101 EBG, ECO, EHI,


Dist. North 24 Parganas EPS, ESO
Phone No-25920577
33. KarimpurPannadevi College D-05 P.O. Karimpur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist-Nadia, Pin-741152 ESO, EPA, EGR
Phone No-03471-257805
34. Chakdaha College D-06 P.O. Chakdaha –741222 EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist. Nadia EHI, EPS, EPH,
Phone No-03473-242934 ECH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, EGR
35. Sudhiranjan Lahiri D-07 Majdia Dist. Nadia-741507 EBG, EHI
Mahavidyalaya Phone No-03472-275477
36. Egra S.S.B. College D-08 P.O. Egra, Pin-721429, EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist. Purba Midnapur EGR, EMT, EZO,
Phone No-03220-244073 ECH
37. Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki D-09 P.O. Ghatal EBG, EEG, EHI,
Mahavidyalaya Dist. Paschim Midnapore EPS, ESO, ECO,
Pin. 721212 EGR, EMT
Phone No-03225-255015
38. Bolpur College D-10 College Road, Bolpur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist. Birbhum, Pin. 731204 EEC, ESO, EPA,
Phone No-03463-254935 EBT, EGR
39. Balurghat College E-01 P.O.: Balurghat, Pin-733101 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist: Daksin Dinajpur EPS, EPA, ESO,
Phone No-(03522)271821 EEC, ECO, EMT,
EED
40. Krishnath College E-04 P.O.- Berhampur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist. Mursidabad, Pin-742101 EPS, EPA, ESO,
Phone No-03482-252069 EEC, ECO, EPH,
ECH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, EGR
41. Vivekananda College E-05 Barisha, Kolkata-700008 EBG, EEG, EHI,
for Women Dist. 24 Pgs (S), Phone No-2445-5044 EPA, ESO, EPS
42. Sarojini Naidu College E-06 30, Jessore Road, Kolkata-700028 EBG, EHI, EGR
Dist. 24 Pgs (N), Phone No-2559-2583
43. Kidderpore College E-07 2, Pitamber Sircar Lane, Kidderpore, EBG, EHI
Kolkata-23, Phone No-2642-6645
44. Sammilani College E-08 STN/E.M. By Pass, Kolkata-700075 EBG, EHI, ESO,
Phone No-2462-6869 EEG
45. Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharya E-09 Dharmatala, Ramrajatala, EBG, EHI, EPS,
College Santragachi, Howrah-711104 EEG, ECO, EED,
Phone No-2627-2490 EGR
46. Bhairab Ganguly College E-10 Belgharia, Kolkata-700056 EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist.- 24 Pgs (N) EHI, EPS, EPA,
Phone No-2553-2280 EPH, EZO
47. Siliguri College F-01 P.O. Siliguri-734401, EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dist. -Darjeeling EPA, EPS, ESO,
Phone No-0353-2538420 EEC, ECO, EPH,
ECH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, EGR

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Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on
No. No. offer

48. Ananda Chandra College F-02 P.O. & Dist. Jalpaiguri-735101 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-(03561) 224213 ESO, EPH, ECH,
EMT, EZO, EBT,
EGR, EED
49. Coochbehar College F-03 P.O. Coochbehar, Dist. Coochbehar EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-736101 EPA, EPS, ESO,
Phone No-03582-256715 EEC, ECO, EED
50. Gobardanga Hindu College F-04 P.O.-Khantura, Dt-24 PGS. (N) EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-743273 EGR
Phone No-(03216)249210
51. Panskura Banamali College F-05 P.O.-Panskura EBG, EEG, EHI,
Dt-Purba Midnapore EEC, ECO, EPA,
Phone No-03228-252131 ESO, EPH, ECH,
EMT, EZO, EBT,
EGR
52. Sunderban Mahavidyalaya F-06 P.O.-Kakdwip Dt-24 PGS(S) EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-03210-255057 EPS
53. Manbhum Mahavidyalaya F-07 VirGanganarayan Road EBG, EHI, EEG,
P.O.-Manbazar, Dist-Purulia ECO, EGR
Phone No- 03253 –255759
54. Rampurhat College F-08 Rampurhat, Dist. Birbhum, Pin-731224 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-03461-255018 EMT, EGR
55. Prabhu Jagat Bandhu College F-09 Jhorehat, P.O.-Andul-Mouri, EBG, ECO, EEG,
Howrah,Pin-711302 EHI, ESO, EPS,
Phone No-2669-0221 EPH, EMT, EGR
56. Gour Mohan Sachin F-10 P.O.- Bireswarpu, Dist-24 PGS (South) EBG, EEG, EHI
Mondal Mahavidyalaya Pin-743336, Phone No-033-24051316
57. Chanchal College G-01 P.O.-Chanchal, Dist-Malda, Pin-732123 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-03513-252261 ECO
58. Garhbeta College G-02 P.O.-Garhbeta, Dist.-Paschim Medinipur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-03227-267520 EMT, EGR
59. Chandrakona Vidyasagar G-03 Chandrakona, Paschim Medinipur, EBG, EHI
Mahavidyalaya Pin -72120, Phone No-03225-266294
60. Santipur College G-04 P.O.-Santipur, Dist.-Nadia, Pin.-741404 EHI, EBG
Phone No-03472-2582-6443
61. Mankar College G-05 Manka, Dist. Burdwan, Pin.-713144 EBG, EEG, EHI
Phone No-(0343)2517269
62. Katwa College G-06 P.O. Katwa, Dist.-Burdwan, Pin-713130 EBG, EEG, EHI
Phone No-03453-257653
63. Joypur P.Roy College G-07 P.O. Jaypur-Fakirdas Dist.- Howrah EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin.-711401, Phone No-03214-234130 EED
64. Lalbaba College G-08 117, G.T. Road, Belur Math, EBG, ECO, EEG,
Dist. - Howrah, EHI
Phone No-2654-8447
65. Bagnan College G-09 P.O. Bagnan, Dist. Howrah EBG, ECO, EEG,
Phone No-03214 272392 EHI, EMT, EZO
66. Tangrakhali Bankim Sardar G-10 P.O.- Tangrakhali, Dist.-24-Pgs.(S) EBG, EEG, EHI,
College Pin.-743329, Ph.-0321257279 EPA, EPS, ESO,
EEC, ECO, EBT,
EZO

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Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on
No. No. offer

67. Dhruba Chand Halder College H-01 P.O.-Dakshin Barasat, Dist.-24-Pgs.(S) EBG, EHI, EMT,
Phone No-03218-222550 EGR
68. Taki Govt. College H-02 P.O.-Taki, Dist.-24-Pgs.(N) EBG, EHI, EMT,
Pin.-743429, EZO, EGR
Phone No-03217-234754
69. Raja Peary Mohan College H-03 Uttarpara, Dist. Hooghly EBG, EEG, ECO,
Phone No-26634155 EPH, EMT, EZO,
EBT, ECH
70. Belda College H-05 Belda, Station- Contai Road EBG, EHI, EEG,
Dist- Paschim Medinipore, Pin-721424 EGR
Phone No-03229-255037
71. Kharagpur College H-06 P.O. Inda, Kharagpur EBG, EEG, ECO,
Dist. Paschim Medinipur-721305 EHI, ESO, EPS,
Phone No-03222-225958 EGR
72. Nahata J.M.S. Mahavidyalaya H-07 P.O- Nahata, Ps- Gopalnagar EBG, EHI
Mahavidralaya Dist-24 Pgs (N)
Phone No-03215-253267
73. Sripat Singh College H-09 P.O- Jiagang, Dist- Murshidabad EBG, EEG, EHI,
Pin-742123, Phone No-03483-255351 ESO, EPA, EBT,
EGR, EMT, EZO
74. South Calcutta Girl’s College H-10 72, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata-700025 EBG, ECO, EEG,
Phone No-24863654 EHI
75. Dinabandhu Mahavidyalaya I-02 Bongaon, Dist- 24 Pgs (N), Pin-743235 EBG, EHI, EED,
Ph-03215-255044 EGR
76. Vivekananda Mission I-03 Viveknagar; P.O-Chaitanyapur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Mahavidyalaya Haldia; Dist-Purba Medinipur EGR
Pin-721645,
Phone No (03224)205636
77. Dumkal College I-04 BasantapurP.O- Basantapur EBG, EEG, EHI,
P.S-Dumkal; Dist- Murshidabad EGR
Pin-742406, Phone No-03481230770
78. Durgapur Govt. College I-06 J.N. Avenue, Durgapur- 713214 EBG, EHI, EEG,
Phone No-0343-2500003 EPS, EPA, ECO,
EMT
79. Kalna College I-08 Po-Kalna, Dist- Burdwan, Pin-713409 EBG, EHI
Phone No-03454-255983
80. Mahishadal Girls’ College J-01 Vill- Rangibasan, P.O. – Mahishadal EBG, EHI, EPS,
Purba Medinipur, Pin-721628 ESO, EEG, EMT
Phone No-03224-240520
81. Uluberia College J-02 Uluberia, Howrah, Pin-711315 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone No-24185882 EPS, EMT
82. Bhangar Mahavidyalaya J-03 Vill & P.O- Bhangar, EBG, EHI, EEG,
Dist- 24 Parganas (South) EGR
Phone No-03218-271975
83. Sree Gopal Banerjee College J-04 Bagati, Magra, Hooghly-712148 EBG, EHI, EPH,
Phone No-26844172 ECH, EBT, EZO,
EMT
84. Al-Ameen Memorial Minority J-06 Jogibattala, Baruipur, Kolkata-700145 EBG, EEG, EPS,
College Ph-32025521 EHI, ECO

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Sl. Name of the Study Centre Code Address Courses on
No. No. offer

85. Sitalkuchi College J-08 P.O-Sitalkuchi, Dist-Coochbehar EBG, EEG, EHI,


Ph- 03583-263351 EPS, ESO, EPA,
EGR
86. Ramananda College J-09 Bishnupur, Bankura, Pin-722122 EBG, EEG, EHI,
Phone-03244-256786 EPS, ESO, EPA,
ECO, EEC, EED
87. Jhargram Raj College J-10 Jhargram, Dist- Paschim Medinipur EBG, EEG, EHI,
Girls’ Wing Pin-721507 EPS, ESO, EPA,
EMT, EEC
88. Alipurduar Mahila K-04 Lohar Pool, New Town EEG, EBG, EHI,
Mahavidyalaya P.O-Alipurduar, West Bengal, EPS, EED
Pin-73612, Ph-03564-251962
89. Birpara College K-06 Dist-Alipurdua, Pin-735204 EEG, EBG, EHI,
Phone-03563-266217 EPS, ESO, EEC,
EED, ECO
90. Nakshalbari College K-07 P.O-Nakshalbari, Dist-Darjeeling EEG, EBG, EHI,
Pin-734429 EPS, ESO, EED
91. S. R. Fatepuria College K-09 Beldanga, Murshidabad, Pin-742133 EEG, EBG, EHI,
EPS, EPA, ESO,
EEC, EED, ECO
92. Muragachha Government L-03 Vill + P.O.- Muragachha EEG, EBG, EHI,
College P.S.-Nakashipara, Dist- Nadia EPS, ECO, EED
Pin-741154
93. Maynaguri College L-09 P.O- Maynaguri; Dist- Jalpaiguri; EEG, EBG, EHI,
Pin-735224, Ph-03561-234298 EPS, EEC, EED
94. Tufanganj Mahavidyalaya M-01 P.O- Tufanganj Newtown, EEG, EBG, EHI,
Dist- Cooch Behar, Pin-736160 EPS, ESO,EEC
Ph-03582-244263
95. Memari College N-04 Memari College, P.O-Memari EEG, EBG, EHI,
Dist-Burdwan, Pin-713146 EPS, ESO, EEC,
Ph-0342-2250589 EED,ECO
96. Gushkara Mahavidyalaya N-05 P.O-Gushkara EEG, EBG, EHI,
Dist-Purba Bardhaman EPS, EPA, ESO,
Pin-713128Ph-03452-255105 EEC, EED, ECO
97. Gour Mahavidyalaya N-06 P.O-Mangalbari EEG, EBG, EHI,
Dist-Malda, Pin-732142 EPS, ESO, EED,
Ph-03512-260547 EMT, EPH, ECH,
EGR
98. Malda Women’s College N-07 Pirojpur; Shanti Gopal Sen Sarani EEG, EBG, EHI,
P.O. & Dist- Malda; Pin-732101 EPS, EPA, ESO,
Ph-03512-252597 EEC, EED
99. Sukanta Mahavidyalaya N-10 Sukanta Nagar; P.O-Dhupguri; EEG, EBG, EHI,
Dist-Jalpaiguri; Pin-735210 EPS, ESO, EED
Ph-03563-250067, 8436238571 (O)
100. Kaliyaganj College Q-05 P.O-Kaliyaganj; Dist- Uttar Dinajpur; EEG, EBG, EHI,
Pin-733129 EPS, EEC, ECO,
Ph-03523-258100 EMT, EPH, ECH

N.B. : Courses of Science Stream are available in the highlighted Study Centres.

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19.2 District wise List of Study Centres (BDP : 2019-20)

Sl. No. District Code Name of the Study Centre


1 24 Parganas (N) (C-07) Acharya Prafulla Chandra College
2 24 Parganas (N) (D-02) Barasat Govt. College
3 24 Parganas (N) (D-04) Mahadevananda Mahavidyalaya
4 24 Parganas (N) (F-04) Gobardanga Hindu College
5 24 Parganas (N) (H-02) Taki Govt. College
6 24 Parganas (N) (H-07) Nahata Jogendra Mondal Smriti Mahavidralaya
7 24 Parganas (N) (I-02) Dinabandhu Mahavidyalaya
8 24 Parganas (N) (D-03) Sree Chaitanya College
9 24 Parganas (N) (A-01) Dum Dum Motijheel College
10 24 Parganas (S) (B-05) Fakir Chand College Study Centre
11 24 Parganas (S) (B-09) Sonarpur College
12 24 Parganas (S) (C-09) Baruipur College
13 24 Parganas (S) (F-06) Sunderban Mahavidyalaya
14 24 Parganas (S) (F-10) Gour Mohan Sachin Mondal Mahavidyalaya
15 24 Parganas (S) (G-10) Tangrakhali Bankim Sardar College
16 24 Parganas (S) (H-01) Dhruba Chand Halder College
17 Bankura (B-01) Bankura Christian College
18 Bankura (J-09) Ramananda College
19 Birbhum (C-03) Suri Vidyasagar College
20 Birbhum (D-10) Bolpur College
21 Birbhum (F-08) Rampurhat College
22 Purba Burdwan (C-01) Burdwan Raj College
23 Purba Burdwan (G-06) Katwa College
24 Purba Burdwan (I-08) Kalna College
25 Purba Burdwan (N-04) Memari College
26 Purba Burdwan (N-05) Gushkara College
27 Paschim Burdwan (C-02) Banwarilal Bhalotia College
28 Paschim Burdwan (G-05) Mankar College
29 Paschim Burdwan (I-06) Durgapur Govt. College
30 Cooch Behar (J-08) Sital Kuchi College
31 Coochbehar (F-03) Coochbehar College
32 Coochbehar (M-01) Tufanganj Mahavidyalaya
33 Dakshin Dinajpur (E-01) Balurghat College
34 Uttar Dinajpur (Q-05) Kaliaganj College
35 Hooghly (C-04) Nabagram Hiralal Paul College
36 Hooghly (C-05) Chandernagore Govt. College
37 Hooghly (C-06) Netaji Mahavidyalaya
38 Hooghly (C-10) Tarakeswar Deegree College
39 Hooghly (H-03) Raja Peary Mohan College
40 Hooghly (J-04) Sree Gopal Banerjee College
41 Howrah (A-08) Shibpur Dinabandhu College
42 Howrah (C-08) Bijoy Krishna Girls College
43 Howrah (E-09) Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharya College
44 Howrah (F-09) Prabhu Jagat Bandhu
45 Howrah (G-07) Joypur P. Roy College
46 Howrah (G-08) Lalbaba College
47 Howrah (G-09) Bagnan College
48 Howrah (J-02) Uluberia College
49 Jalpaiguri (F-02) Ananda Chandra College
50 Jalpaiguri (L-09) Mynaguri College

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Sl. No. District Code Name of the Study Centre

51 Jalpaiguri (N-10) Sukanta Mahavidyalaya


52 Kolkata (A-02) Basanti Devi College
53 Kolkata (A-03) Gurudas College Study Centre
54 Kolkata (A-04) Maharaja Manindra Ch. College
55 Kolkata (A-05) Goenka College
56 Kolkata (A-06) Surendranath Evening College
57 Kolkata (A-07 Victoria Institution (College)
58 Kolkata (A-10) Gurudas College of Commerce
59 Kolkata (B-08) Behala College
60 Kolkata (B-10) Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College
61 Kolkata (E-05) Vivekananda College for Women
62 Kolkata (E-06) Sarojini Naidu College
63 Kolkata (E-07) Kidderpore College
64 Kolkata (E-08) Sammilani College
65 Kolkata (E-10) Bhairab Ganguly College
66 Kolkata (H-10) South Calcutta Girl’s College
67 Kolkata (J-06) Al-Ameen Memorial Minority College
68 Malda (G-01) Chanchal College
69 Malda (N-06) Gour Mahavidyalaya
70 Malda (N-07) Malda Women’s College
71 Murshidabad (E-04) Krishnath College
72 Murshidabad (H-09) Sripat Singh College
73 Murshidabad (I-04) Dumkol College
74 Murshidabad (K-09) S. R. Fatepuria College
77 Nadia (D-01) Krishnanagar Govt. College
76 Nadia (D-05) Karimpur Pannadevi College
77 Nadia (D-06) Chakdaha College
78 Nadia (D-07) Sudhiranjan Lahiri Mahavidyalaya
79 Nadia (G-04) Santipur College
80 Nadia ( L-03) Muragacha Govt. College
81 Paschim Medinipur (B-03) Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women’s College
82 Paschim Medinipur (D-09) Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya
83 Paschim Medinipur (G-02) Garhbeta College
84 Paschim Medinipur (G-03) Chandrakona Vidyasagar Mahavidyalaya
85 Paschim Medinipur (H-05) Belda College
86 Paschim Medinipur (H-06) Kharagpur College
87 Purba Medinipur (B-04) Tramralipta Mahavidyalaya
88 Purba Medinipur (B-06) Haldia Govt. College
89 Purba Medinipur (D-08) Egra S.S.B. College
90 Purba Medinipur (F-05) Panskura Banamali College
91 Purba Medinipur (I-03) Vivekananda Mission Mahavidyalaya
92 Purba Medinipur (J-01) Mahishadal Girls’ College
93 Jhargram (J-10) Jhargram Raj College Girls’ Wing
94 Purulia (B-07) Nistarini College Study Centre
95 Purulia (F-07) Manbhum Mahavidyalaya
96 Darjeeling (F-01) Siliguri College
97 Darjeeling (K-07) Nakshalbari College
98 Darjeeling (Q-01) Gyan Jyoti College
99 Alipurduar (K-04) Alipurduar Mahila Mahavidyalaya
100 Alipurduar (K-06) Birpara College

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20. Student Support Service
The main focus of academic and administrative structure of this University is to
make the system more learner friendly by the time. Beginning from pre-admission
stage till certification stage, the learners receive continuous academic and other
support in various forms.
✓ Pre-admission counselling at Headquarters, Regional Centre and Study Centres
✓ Teaching support in the form of PCP (Personal Contact Programme), academic
counselling at Study Centres
✓ Conduct of practical sessions under the supervision of experts for programmmes
having practical component at selected centres
✓ Conduct of workshops/ excursion / extended contact programmes depending on
specific course requirements
✓ Continuous evaluation and feedback
✓ Library facility
✓ Conduct of examination at selected Study Centres & Regional Centre
20.1 Library Support Services
Library facility is one of important services in any higher educational institute. In
addition to the Self Learning Materials (SLMs) and other learning resources the
University provides library facility to all of its registered learners. The Library
Department, Netaji Subhas Open University is located at 2nd floor of 3 storied
warehouse building at Kalyani Campus, Ghoshpara Station Road, Kalyani–741235.
Library Hours : Monday to Friday—12.00 noon to 04.00 PM, Saturday and
Sunday (during PCPs and practical session)—12.00 noon to 04.00 PM.
Instructions to the learners for obtaining library service : Learners have to fill
up a membership registration form available at library office and have to submit
that filled in form in any working day. Thereafter, a membership card (not
transferable) will be provided to the learners. Learners without the library card will
not be allowed to access the library.
Facilities for learners : Reading, reference, inter library loan, computer, internet
access, e-mail, telephone, scan with the help of cell phone.
NSOU Study Corners : To extend library support service for distributed and
distance learners the University has initiated the process of setting up a strategic
partnership with the existing network of Public Libraries of Govt. of West Bengal to
offer library support to the learners all over the State. This initiative taken by NSOU
and the model is the first of its kind in the country. With the active support from
Department of Mass Education Extension and Library Services, Govt. of West Bengal,
the strategic partnership has been started with the following Public Libraries at different
locations.

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Name of the Contact Working
Address Working Day
Study Corner Number Hours
State Central 1/17, C.I.T. Scheme, VII M, (033) 2355-0415/ Mon to Sat (2nd & 11 AM to 8 PM
Library, Kolkata VIP Road, Ultadanga, 2355-0416 4th Sat closed)
Kolkata-700 054
Kolkata Metropolitan Kolkata Metropolitan Library, (033) 2287-2004 Mon to Sat (2nd and 11 AM to 8 PM
Library, Kolkata 2, Ballygunge Park Road, 4th Sat closed)
Kolkata-700 019
Taki Govt. District P.O. Taki, Dist. : 24 Pga(N), (03127) 234482 Mon to Sat (2nd and 12 noon to 7 PM
Library Pin: 743429 4th Sat closed)
North 24 Parganas P.O. : Barasat, Dist. : 24 (033) 2584-3297 Mon to Sat (2nd and 12 noon to 7 PM
Govt. District Library Pgs(N), Pin : 700 124 (Near 4th Sat closed)
Kalikrishna Girls School)
Uttar Dinajpur Govt. P.O. : Karnojora, Dist.: Uttar (03523) 246117 Mon to Sat (2nd and 11 AM to 6 PM
District Library Dinajpur, Pin : 733 130 4th Sat closed)
Uttarpara Jaikrishna 229, G.T. Road, Uttarpara, (033) 2663-8293 Mon to Sat (2nd and 12 noon to 7 PM
Public Library Hooghly-712 258 4th Sat closed)
North Bengal State M.J.N. Road, Sagardighi (03582) 223608 Mon to Sat (2nd and March to Oct :
Library Square (South-East Corner), 4th Sat closed) 12 noon to 7 PM;
P.O. & Dist.: Cooch Behar, Nov to Feb : 11
Pin :736 101 AM to 6 PM

21. To Whom to Contact


Sl. Section Issues Telephone No. E-Mail ID
No.
1 Registration Issues related to Admission 033-40663220/ nsou@wbnsou.ac.in
Issues related to Registration 033-40663223
Issues related to Renewal
2 Study Materials Issues related to Study Material 033-40663218 aichnsou@gmail.com
3 Examination Issues related to Admit Card 033-24630292 coe.bdp@wbnsou.ac.in
033-24630293
Issues related to Assignments
Issues related to Term-End
Examination
Issues related to Result
4 Study Centre Issues related to Study Centre 033-40663205 aichnsou@gmail.com

22. Students’ Grievance


For any grievance, learners are free to contact Assistant Director, Study Centres &
Convener, Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell, NSOU either by e-mail
(asstdirector.nsou@gmail.com) or by post (DD-26, Sector-I,Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064).
A Student once enrolled in NSOU, must always
a) get all his/her correspondences forwarded and the documents, attached therein
authenticated, by his/her respective Study Centre Coordinator;
b) in all such cases he/she is to attach relevant proof supporting the validity of his/
her enrollment/ renewal (as the case may be) at that material point of time, failing
which such correspondences will be treated as cancelled.

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23. NSOU Policy Regarding Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace
In compliance with the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition
and Redressal) Act, 2013 and subsiquent UGC directive, Netaji Subhas Open University has adopted
a policy that aims to prevent/prohibit/punish the offenders of sexual harassment of women at the
workplace and has constituted Internal Complaints Committee in order to deal with the complaints
of sexual harrassment of women employees in the different campuses of the University.
Information on this policy, rules and procedures can be accessed on the UGC website
(www.ugc.ac.in). Incidents of sexual harassment may be reported to the (Co-ordinator, Study Centre/
Principal of the Institute where the Study Centre is located).
24. Waive of Course Fee
This fee concession scheme is only applicable for transgender learners. Transgender applicants
are advised to submit an application after getting admission to a BDP course and or after submitting
renewal fees to the Study Centres. The application should be addressed to the Registrar, Netaji
Subhas Open University and should be forwarded by the Coordinator of the respective Study Centre.
Applicants must attach following documents along with written application in plain A4 size paper.
1. Proof against payment of course fees and/or Payment Confirmation Receipt issued by the
University.
2. Any certificate issued by Central or State Govt. Medical Officer/any other competent authority/
Aadhaar card in support of the claim by the applicant.
The amount paid as course fees may be refunded to concerned applicant after verification of
application along with all supporting document as forwarded by the Coordinator, Study Centre.
25. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Answers of some anticipated question are given below in the form of Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQs).
Where can I get an online application form? Where should I verify the filled-in admission form
or verify my eligibility criteria? Where should I submit my filled-in application form?
After publication of admission notification, you can access it online through our admission website
(Link will be available in admission notification).
You have to verify your filled-in admission form or eligibility criteria from your selected Study
Centre (as printed on your filled-in admission form).
After paying the admission fees the filled in admission form should be submitted to your selected
Study Centre along with authenticated photocopies of relevant documents.
Can I change my Study Centre?
Application for change of Study Centre after taking admission can be made together with a fee of
Rs. 500/- (payable through DD drawn in favour of Netaji Subhas Open University payable at Kolkata).
Such application will be considered under circumstances like change of place of service, shifting of
family and change of marital status only with documentary evidence.
Lost my Enrollment-cum-Identity Card, what should I do?
The applicant must register a General Missing Diary (GD) with local police station at earliest. To
get a duplicate Enrollment-cum-Identity Card you should write an application addressed to the
Registrar of this University along with a DD of Rs. 500.00 (drawn in favour of Netaji Subhas Open
University payable at Kolkata) and the GD. The application must be forwarded by the Study Centre
Coordinator with official seal.
Can I choose my Study Centre, or shall the university allot me the Study Centre?
You can choose your Study Centre as per your convenience. However, since all your programmes
are not available at all the Study Centres, you should ensure that the course you are applying for is
available at the Study Centre opted by you. Normally the Centre opted by you shall be allotted to you.
However, in exceptional/unavoidable cases the University may allot a different Centre to you and in
such cases the decision of the University is final.

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How should I pay the course fee?
The fee can be paid through online (via payment gateway) and offline (through bank challan) mode.
For more details regarding payment method, please see the detailed admission notification or guideline
for online admission process in the University website.
Can I send my application form by post, or is it required to be submitted in person?
You cannot send application form by post as there is process for verification of eligibility criteria in
the admission step at your selected Study Centre.
What I am required to do after submission of my application form?
After submission of application form at Study Centre and subsequently processed at the Headquarters
and if you are found eligible for admission, you will receive from your Study Centre an Enrollment-cum-
Identity Card as proof of your admission along with detailed information about your enrollment number,
Study Centre, subject of study etc.
If I want to withdraw myself from the programme after confirmation of my admission, shall I get
my fee refunded?
Fees once paid for admission to a particular course will not be refunded (for further refund policy visit
our admission website). It is also not adjustable against any other course of this University.
Can I change my Subject after admission?
Application for change of subject after admission in BDP course will not be entertained under any
circumstances. The candidates should, therefore, be very careful as regards the choice of course/
subject of study before taking admission.
Can I join two programme of NSOU at a time?
A student is permitted to take admission for only one Bachelor Degree Programme (BDP) of NSOU
during his/her tenure of enrollment in the University. Any violation of this rule will lead to cancellation of
the candidature of the students concerned and in such cases no fees will be refunded. However, a
Student of the BDP course can take simultaneous admission in any one Diploma/ Certificate/ Training
Programme of the University. But, in the event of any clash of dates arises in counselling and/ or
examinations schedule between the two programmes taken, the University will not be in a position to
make any adjustments for its mitigation.
How can I receive support if I have doubts while studying the materials?
We provide face-to-face contact between learners and tutors/counsellors at Study Centres to clarify
your doubts and answer your academic quarries. This is called “Counselling” which is normally held on
weekends at NSOU study centres.
Is it compulsory for me to attend counselling?
The counselling session are not compulsory for theory papers. However, it is adviced to attend the
session as far as possible. It is always beneficial to share your views on the subject with your counsellors
and fellow learners; comprehend some of the complex ideas/concepts or difficult issues discussed in
your materials, and get clarifications for many of your doubts which you would not have solved yourself.
How do I know about counselling schedule?
Your study centre will inform you about the counselling schedule. Normally counselling would be
held on Saturdays and Sundays. You should contact your study centre coordinator for the counselling
schedule.
Why should I do assignments, are the assignments compulsory?
The purpose of assignment is to help you to get through the courses. Your counsellor or evaluator
will write teaching type comments on your assignment responses to facilitate your learning. Assignment
is a process of formative evaluation. It will help you understand how you are progressing in your studies.
Yes, the assignments for all theory papers are compulsory. It means you need to submit the
assignments per paper within the stipulated time for being eligible to appear in the term-end examination.
The assignments carry 30% weightage in the final result.
When and where should I submit the assignments?
You should submit the assignment response at your study centre as per the date mentioned in the
assignment.
If I cannot complete my programme in three years what will be the fate of submitted assignments?
All the assignments submitted earlier will be carried forward till your registration validity period.
Can I improve my assignment grade by re-doing them?
No, you cannot improve an assignment grade in any circumstances.

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í˛zFã˛ !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ xy!äöyÎ˚ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ !Óܲ“ !¢«˛y≤ÃܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ≤ÃhflÏyÓöy âê˛yÎ˚– ≤ÃÓ°û˛yˆÏÓ
≤ÃÌyàï˛ñ ≤Ãy!ï˛¤˛y!öܲ Ä ˆÜ˛w#Î˚û˛yˆÏÓ ≤ây!§ï˛ ~ܲ!ê˛ ÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ~•z ü%_´!¢«˛y òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚– §yôyÓ˚î#Ü,˛ï˛ñ
öüö#Î˚ Ä §,çö¢#°ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÓyé˛y˛õí˛¸yÓ˚ IJõÓ˚•z ≤Ã!ï˛!¤˛ï˛ ~•z ü%_´!¢«˛yÓ˚ ò¢≈ö– ~•z ÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ ôyÓ˚îy Ä ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y!°ï˛
≤Ã!ï˛¤˛yö=!°ñ ~Ó˚ ˛õk˛!ï˛ÈÙÈ≤ÃܲÓ˚î ˆ§•z xö%ÎyÎ˚# àˆÏí˛¸ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ– ï˛y!_¥Ü˛û˛yˆÏÓ Ó°y ÎyÎ˚ñ ü%_´!¢«˛y ~üö ~ܲ!ê˛
ÓƒÓfliy Îy àˆÏí˛¸ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ ≤Ãy!ï˛¤˛y!öܲ Ä x≤ÃÌyàï˛ !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ xyò¢≈ Ä û˛y° !òܲ=!°Ó˚ §Ç!ü◊ˆÏî– Ó‡üy!eܲ
˜Ó!¢‹TƒyÓ°#Ó˚ §!¡ø°ˆÏöÓ˚ ú˛° ~•z Úü%_´ï˛yÛ–
≤ÃÌüï˛ñ ~•z ÓƒÓfliy !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ !¢«˛yÓ˚ §•ç §%ˆÏÎyà ~ˆÏö ˆòÎ˚– ~áyˆÏö ≤ÈÏÓ!¢Ü˛y !Ó!ô xï˛ê˛y fliyö%
öÎ˚– !¢«˛y@ˇÃ•ˆÏîÓ˚ xy@ˇÃ•ˆÏܲ•z ~•z ÓƒÓfliy §Ó≈y!ôܲ =Ó˚&c ˆòÎ˚ñ ú˛°fl∫Ó˚*˛õ ~•z ÓƒÓfliyÎ˚ §Ó≈y!ôܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ
fl∫yàï˛ çyöyˆÏöy •Î˚–
!mï˛#Î˚ï˛ñ ~•z ÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ ˆû˛ÔˆÏày!°Ü˛ !ÓhflÏyÓ˚ ò,¢ƒï˛•z Óƒy˛õܲ– !¢«˛yˆÏܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈñ ˆÎáyˆÏö ˆ§ ÌyˆÏܲñ
ˆ§áyˆÏö ˆ˛õÔшÏåÈ ˆòÄÎ˚y•z ~•z !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ °«˛ƒ– ~•z í˛zˆÏjˆÏ¢ƒ•z !Ó!û˛ß¨ üyôƒˆÏüÓ˚ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyàÈÙÈ≤ÃܲÓ˚î ÓƒÓ•*ï˛
•Î˚– ú˛°ï˛ñ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ Üœ˛y§Ó˚&ü=!°Ó˚ !Óhfl,Ï!ï˛ ˆÓˆÏí˛¸ ÎyÎ˚ ï˛ï˛ê˛y•z Îï˛ò)Ó˚ ˆ§ ï˛yÓ˚ ˆ§ÓyˆÏܲ ˆ˛õÔшÏåÈ
!òˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚–
ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ï˛ñ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈# ˆÜ˛!wܲ– ~Ó˚ !¢«˛î ˛õk˛!ï˛ Ä ˆÜ˛y§≈§ü)• !ÓöƒhflÏ •Î˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚
≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌy üyÌyÎ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏáñ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ˛õåÈ® Ä ˆéÑ˛yܲ=!°ˆÏܲ ÎÌyÎÌû˛yˆÏÓ ≤Ãyôyöƒ !òˆÏÎ˚– ˆ§•z xö%ÎyÎ˚#
~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ fl∫“ˆÏüÎ˚y!ò†ò#â≈ˆÏüÎ˚y!ò xÌÓy ≤ÃÌyàï˛ Ä Ü˛y!Ó˚à!Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈!û˛!_ܲ ˛õyë˛ @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚–
ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ï˛ñ ü%_´!¢«˛yÓƒÓfliy !ÓŸªy§ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚îñ ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛zõܲÓ˚îñ !¢«˛y≤Ãòyö §ˆÏÓ≈y˛õ!Ó˚ í˛zÍܲ£ÏÏ≈ !¢«˛yÓ˚
§%£Ïü Órê˛ö ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ§ÓyÎ˚– ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !¢«˛y§¡õò ˆ◊!î !öÓ˚ˆÏ˛õ«˛û˛yˆÏÓ•z °û˛ƒ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈñ ˆ§
!ï˛!ö ˆÎáyˆÏö ˆÎüö xÓfliy ˆÌˆÏܲ•z í˛zˆÏë˛ xy§%ö öy ˆÜ˛ö– ~•z !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliy §yüy!çܲ !ÓÎ%!_´ Ä ˜Ó£ÏÏüƒˆÏܲ
˛õ!Ó˚•yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ àˆÏí˛¸ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ–
˛õMÈ˛üï˛ñ ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ≤ây§ö !ÓˆÏܲ!wï˛– ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y ≤çyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ≤ÃܲÓ˚ˆÏî !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ
~ܲ Óƒy˛õܲ !Óhfl,Ïï˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ xhsˇç≈y°– !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ÷ô%üye xy§ˆÏï˛ •Î˚ ïÑ˛yÓ˚ !öܲê˛Óï≈˛# ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwó ˆÎÈÙÈˆÜ˛yˆÏöy
ï˛Ìƒ•z ˆ§áyˆÏö °û˛ƒ– ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ ï˛Ìƒ §Ç@ˇÃˆÏ•Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ !Ó!ôüï˛ !öÓ!¶˛ï˛ •ÄÎ˚yñ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ö §Çe´yhsˇ xyˆÏ°yã˛öyñ
xyû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚öñ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y ≤Ãòyö §Çe´yhsˇ ï˛Ìƒy!òÈÙÙÙȧÓê˛y•z ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈#–
£Ï¤˛ï˛ñ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ˛õk˛!ï˛ ˆe´!í˛ê˛ !§ˆÏfiê˛ü !öû≈˛Ó˚ Ä !öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü •Î˚– ~Ó˚
ú˛ˆÏ° !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ xyê˛ˆÏܲ ˆÎˆÏï˛ •Î˚ öyñ !ï˛!ö !öˆÏçÓ˚ à!ï˛ˆÏï˛ Ä §%!ÓˆÏô xö%ÎyÎ˚#
!¢«˛y°yû˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
§ÇˆÏ«˛ˆÏ˛õ ˛Ó°y ÎyÎ˚ñ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ üyö!Óܲ K˛yöû˛y[˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ◊¤˛ §¡õò=!° §Ó≈y!ôܲ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ
í˛zß√%_´ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚– ~Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ !òˆÏÎ˚•z ï˛yÓ˚ §,çö¢#° ܲü≈ò«˛ï˛y Ä í˛zFã˛!¢«˛yÓ˚ !Óܲy¢ §Ω˛Ó– x!ôܲvñ

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§yüy!çܲû˛yˆÏÓ ~•z ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !˛õ!åȈÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸y !¢«˛yÌ≈#ñ ÎyˆÏòÓ˚ ~•z ò«˛ï˛yÓ˚ xû˛yˆÏÓÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî•z ˆï˛üöê˛y
âˆÏê˛ˆÏåÈ– ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ «˛üï˛yÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ≤Èϟ¿ ˛õyˆÏ¢ òÑyí˛¸yˆÏï˛ ≤Ã!ï˛◊&!ï˛Ók˛– §üܲy°#ö !ӈϟªÓ˚ !¢«˛yã˛y!•òy Ä ≤ÃÓîï˛y=!°Ó˚
!ö!Ó˚ˆÏá ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ÷ô%üye í˛zFã˛!¢«˛yÓ˚ ≤Ãy!ï˛¤˛y!öܲ !¢«˛î ˛õk˛!ï˛Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ•z öÎ˚ñ ÓÓ˚Ç
í˛zߨÎ˚ö¢#° ˆòˆÏ¢ ˆÎáyˆÏö !¢«˛yÓ˚ í˛z˛õܲÓ˚î !Ó˛õ%° §ÇáƒÜ˛ @ˇÃ•#ï˛y xö%ÎyÎ˚# §%§ü!ß∫ï˛ öÎ˚ñ ˆ§•z ˛õ!Ó˚§ˆÏÓ˚ ü%_´
!¢«˛y !öˆÏçˆÏܲ o&ï˛ ˆÜ˛w#Î˚ xyˆÏ°yã˛ƒ !ӣψÏÎ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚îï˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ–
§Æüï˛ñ §yÓ˚y !ӈϟª•z xyç !¢«˛y xhsˇû%≈˛!_´Ó˚ ≤Èϟ¿ ü%_´!¢«˛yÓ˚ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ï˛y §!ӈϢ£Ï fl∫#Ü,˛ï˛– xyô%!öܲ
~•z !¢«˛y˛õk˛!ï˛ ≤Ãy!ï˛¤˛y!öܲ !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ ò%Ó≈°ï˛yˆÏܲ §!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá Ó,•_Ó˚ §üyˆÏçÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ í˛z õˆÏÎyà# !¢«˛y
ˆ˛õÔшÏåÈ ˆòÓyÓ˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe Î%àyhsˇÓ˚ â!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– !ÓK˛yö Ä ≤ÃÎ%!_´àï˛ ÓƒÓ•yˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yˆÏ«˛eˆÏܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ xyô%!öܲ
Ä §üܲy°#ö– !¢«˛yÓ˚ àîï˛y!sfܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ≤Èϟ¿ öï%˛ö !ò¢y ˆò!áˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ü%_´ !¢«˛y ï˛Ìy ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚–

3. ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£ÏÏ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ °«˛ƒ Ä í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ


°«˛ƒ ≠
˛õ!ÿ˛üÓˆÏDÓ˚ ~ܲüye Ó˚yçƒ ˆ˛õy!£ÏÏï˛ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !•§yˆÏÓ ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !¢«˛yÓ˚
üyôƒˆÏü «˛üï˛yÎ˚ö Ó,!k˛Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe í˛zˆÏÕ‘áˆÏÎyàƒ xÓòyö ˆÓ˚ˆÏáˆÏåÈ– ‘‘Reaching the Unreached’’ ~•z
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆây!£ÏÏï˛ °«˛ƒ– ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓˆÏD ~ܲ!ê˛ í˛zFã˛üyˆÏöÓ˚ üyöÓ §¡õò §Ω˛yÓ˚ àˆÏí˛¸ ˆï˛y°y•z ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ ≤ÃÎ˚y§– §ú˛° û˛yˆÏÓ !¢«˛yÓ˚ ≤çyÓ˚ xyÓ˚Ä Ó,!k˛ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ü%_´ ò)Ó˚!¢«˛yÓ˚ í˛zߨ!ï˛ §yôˆÏö ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚
§òy §ˆÏã˛‹T– ~•z °ˆÏ«˛ƒ xöƒyöƒ Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚=!° Ä çyï˛#Î˚ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §ˆÏD ˆöï˛y!ç
§%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˆÎÔÌ ≤ÃÎ˚yˆÏ§ Ó ï˛# •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ò,ì˛¸û˛yˆÏÓ !ÓŸªy§ ܲˆÏÓ˚
ˆÎ Óï≈˛üyö §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲü≈ÓƒhflÏ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚y K˛yöyç≈ˆÏöÓ˚ çöƒ §!ë˛Ü˛û˛yˆÏÓ ~•z ˛õÌ•z ˆÓˆÏåÈ !öˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈö–
í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ ≠
Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ≤ÃyˆÏhsˇ í˛zFã˛!¢«˛y ≤çyÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ °ˆÏ«˛ƒñ xöƒ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §ˆÏD í˛zFã˛!¢«˛yÎ˚ xhsˇû%≈˛!_´ Óyí˛¸yˆÏöyÓ˚
í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~ÓÇ Ó‡!Óô ò«˛ï˛yÓ,!k˛!û˛!_ܲ !¢«˛îÈÙÈ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öy Óy ˆÜ˛y§≈ ≤ÃhflÏyˆÏÓÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ Ü˛yç=!° =Ó˚&c§• §¡õߨ ܲˆÏÓ˚–
● öüö#Î˚ Ä !fli!ï˛fliy˛õܲ !¢«˛yÈÙÈ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öyÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü !¢«˛yÓ˚ í˛zÍܲ£Ï≈ ≤çyÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ °ˆÏ«˛ƒñ ~ÓÇ K˛yöÈÙȧü§_¥
§üyç àë˛ˆÏöÓ˚ °ˆÏ«˛ƒ ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲyç ܲˆÏÓ˚– Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ í˛zFã˛!¢«˛y ≤çyÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ܲyˆÏç ~•z
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ Ó˚yçƒû˛y£Ïy ÚÓyÇ°yÛˆÏܲ !¢«˛yòyˆÏöÓ˚ üyôƒü !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚–
● !¢«˛yˆÏܲ !˛õ!åȈÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸y ˆ◊!îÓ˚ xyÎ˚ˆÏ_Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ !öˆÏÎ˚ xy§y–
● •zFå%Èܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ §yÓ˚yç#Óö !¢«˛yÓ˚ myÓ˚ í˛zß√%_´ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y–
● §yüy!çܲ ü)°ƒˆÏÓyô Ä !¢«˛yÓ˚ Ó%!öÎ˚y!ò ü)°ƒˆÏÓyˆÏôÓ˚ §ˆÏD xy˛õ§ öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÎ˚ ≤ÃÎ%!_´àï˛ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yˆÏàÓ˚
!öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ í˛zߨ!ï˛ §yôö âê˛yˆÏöy–
● Ó˚yçƒ Ä ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚ í˛zߨÎ˚ˆÏö û)˛!üܲy ˛õy°ö ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ §ˆÏD §ˆÏD xy˛õyüÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ôü≈!öÓ˚ˆÏ˛õ«˛ñ ˜ÓK˛y!öܲ
Ä àîï˛y!sfܲ !¢«˛yÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ ≤Ãy!îï˛ Ä í˛zͧy!•ï˛ ܲÓ˚y–

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3. fl%Ò° xÓ fiê˛y!í˛ç (School of Studies)
!ÓK˛yö xö%£Ïò Sfl%Ò° xÓ §yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏ™§V≠ !ÓK˛yö !¢«˛yÓ˚ !ö!Ó˚ˆÏá ~!ê˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ xöƒï˛ü Ó,•Í fl%Ò°–
à!îï˛ñ !ú˛!ç:ñ ˆÜ˛!ü!fiê˛ΔñΔ ç%°!ç Ä !çÄ@ˇÃy!ú˛Ó˚ í˛zFã˛ï˛Ó˚ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ˆÏöÓ˚ çöƒ ~áyˆÏö Ó˚ˆÎÏ ˆ˚ åÏ È í˛zßï¨ ˛ üyˆÏöÓ˚ Îsf§¡∫!°ï˛
°ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ñ ܲ!¡õí˛zê˛yÓ˚ ÓƒÓ•yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ §%!Óôy ˆÎüöñ fløyê≈˛ ˆ◊!îܲ«˛ ~ÓÇ §ü,k˛ @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚– !ӈϢ£Ï =Ó˚&ˆÏcÓ˚ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚=!°
•°≠ à!îï˛ Sxƒy≤’yˆÏÎ˚í˛†!˛õÄÓ˚Vñ !çÄ@ˇÃy!ú˛ SxyÓ˚ÓyöVñ ç%°!çñ !ú˛!ç:ñ ˆÜ˛!ü!fiê˛Δñ Óê˛y!ö– Óï≈˛üyˆÏö Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚
≤ÃyÎ˚ £Ïyê˛!ê˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw !ÓK˛yö ¢yáyÓ˚ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ö ã˛ˆÏ°– xyàyü#!òˆÏö Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ §Çáƒy°â% xô%ƒ!£ÏÏï˛ñ @ˇÃyü#î
Ä !˛õ!åȈÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸y ò)Ó˚Óï≈˛# fliyˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ~•z ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ˆÏöÓ˚ xhsû%≈˛_´ •ˆÏÓ ï˛Ìƒ≤ÃÎ%!_´Ó˚ í˛z˛õÎ%_´ ÓƒÓ•yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚
üyôƒˆÏü– fl%Ò° xÓ §yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏ™§ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ !ӧψÏÎ˚Ó˚ í˛z_#î≈ §ú˛° åÈyeåÈye#Ó˚y !Ó!û˛ß¨ §yüy!çܲ ˆ«˛ˆÏe •z!ï˛üˆÏôƒ•z
≤Ã!ï˛!¤˛ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈö– fl%Ò° !öÎ˚!üï˛û˛yˆÏÓ !Ó!û˛ß¨ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ IJõÓ˚ xyˆÏ°yܲ˛õyˆÏï˛Ó˚ çöƒ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ !Ó!û˛ß¨
Ó_,´ï˛yñ ˆ§!üöyÓ˚ñ ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛¢˛õ Ä Ü˛öú˛yˆÏÓ˚™– fl%҈ϰÓ˚ xôƒy˛õܲ†xôƒy!˛õܲyàˆÏîÓ˚ àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîy˛õe ≤ÃyÎ˚¢•z ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛
•Î˚ Ú˛õ#Î˚yÓ˚ !Ó˚!û˛í˛zí˛ çyö≈y°ÛÈÙÈ~– ïÑ˛yÓ˚y !öÎ˚!üï˛ çyï˛#Î˚ Ä xyhsˇç≈y!ï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲöú˛yˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ™ xyü!sfï˛ •ö Ä
àˆÏÓ£Ïîy˛õe í˛z˛õfliy˛õö ܲˆÏÓ˚ö– §Ó !ü!°ˆÏÎ˚ fl%Ò° xÓ §yˆÏÎ˚™ ï˛yÓ˚ !¢«˛Ü˛ñ ܲü≈ã˛yÓ˚#ˆÏòÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ §ÇÓk˛ fl%Ò°–
!ÓK˛yö xö%£Ïò !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!° ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ≠

Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances


Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Physics EPH Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in respective subject
and pass marks in
Mathematics
Chemistry ECH Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in respective subject
and pass marks in
Mathematics
Mathematics EMT Passed 10+2 examination 5 times during
or equivalent with 50% *3 years *6 years registration
marks in Mathematics validation
period (once
Geography EGR Passed 10+2 examination per year)
or equivalent with 50%
marks in Geography
Zoology EZO Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 50%
marks in Biology
Botany EBT Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent with 40%
marks in Biology

* !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲü˛õˆÏ«˛ 3 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆüÎ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈– !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î §Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏÓñ ≤Ãò_ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öˆÏò≈¢öyüy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˛õ)Ó≈ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° !ú˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ §!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

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üyöÓ!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò Sfl%Ò° xÓ !•í˛züƒy!ö!ê˛§V ≠ ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ °«˛ƒñ í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ Ä §yüy!çܲ
òyÎ˚ˆÏܲ @ˇÃ•î ܲˆÏÓ˚ üyöÓ!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò ≤Ã!ï˛!¤˛ï˛ó üyö!Óܲ !Óòƒyã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ Óƒ!_´Ü˛ ò«˛ï˛y Ó,!k˛Ó˚
çöƒ !Ó!Óô ≤Ãܲ“ñ ˆÜ˛y§≈ Ä ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öyÓ˚ ÓyhflÏÓyÎ˚ˆÏö•z ~•z xö%£ÏˆÏòÓ˚ ÓyhflÏ!Óܲ =Ó˚&c– ü%_´!¢«˛y ˛õ!Ó˚§ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚
üˆÏôƒ òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ~•z fl%Ò° !Ó!Óô üyöÓã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ ¢yáyÎ˚ !ÓòƒyÎ˚ï˛!öܲ àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîy ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y°öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲó !˛õ ~•zã˛ !í˛
ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü ÎyÓ˚ xhsˇà≈ï˛– fl%҈ϰÓ˚ ú˛ƒyܲy!Œê˛ §ò§ƒˆÏòÓ˚ ≤ÃyîÓhsˇñ í˛zI#!Óï˛ !ÓòƒyÎ˚!öܲ ã˛ã≈˛y ò)Ó˚!¢«˛yÓ˚ Ó,•_Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe
!öï˛ƒöï%˛ö !Ó!û˛ß¨ §,çö¢#° ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öy @ˇÃ•î ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ– ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓˆÏDÓ˚ §%ò#â≈ §y!•ï˛ƒÈÙȧÇfl,Ò!ï˛Ó˚ ˙!ï˛•ƒ
˛õÓ˚¡õÓ˚yˆÏܲ xydfli ܲˆÏÓ˚•z üyöÓ!Óòƒy ã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ xyô%!öܲ ˛õ!Ó˚§Ó˚ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ °ˆÏ«˛ƒ ü%_´!¢«˛yÓ˚ x§#ü §Ω˛yÓöyˆÏܲ
ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ !öÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚y!çï˛ ~•z fl%Ò°– §yüy!çܲ §ü!‹T Ä ≤Ãy!ï˛¤˛y!öܲï˛yÓ˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ~•z xö%£Ïò §y!•ï˛ƒ
Ä û˛y£Ïyã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ ÓyhflÏÓï˛y !öˆÏÎ˚Ä Ü˛yç ܲˆÏÓ˚–
ÓyÇ°y û˛y£Ïy Ä §y!•ï˛ƒñ •zÇÓ˚y!ç û˛y£Ïy Ä §y!•ï˛ƒñ •zÇÓ˚y!ç û˛y£Ïy !¢«˛y åÈyí˛¸yÄ §yÇÓy!òܲï˛yñ !ÓK˛y˛õö
!Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ܲ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ñ fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_Ó˚ñ fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_Ó˚ÈÙÈ!í˛ˆÏ≤’yüy Ä §y!ê≈˛!ú˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ö ~•z fl%҈ϰÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü
ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– fl%҈ϰÓ˚ !öçfl∫ °ƒyD%ˆÏÎ˚ç °ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– •zí˛z!ç!§ÈÙÈ!í˛•z!ÓÛÓ˚ xÌ≈yö%Ü)˛ˆÏ°ƒ !Ó!û˛ß¨ àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîy ≤Ãܲ“
˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y!°ï˛ •Î˚ fl%҈ϰÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü– çyï˛#Î˚ Ä xyhsˇç≈y!ï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ§!üöyÓ˚ñ ܲöú˛yˆÏÓ˚™ Ä ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛¢ˆÏ˛õ fl%҈ϰÓ˚
ú˛ƒyܲy!Œê˛˛ §ò§ƒÓ˚y !öÎ˚!üï˛ àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîy˛õe í˛z˛õfliy˛õö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲö– ï˛ÑyˆÏòÓ˚ àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîy˛õe Ä @ˇÃsi !Ó!û˛ß¨ =Ó˚&c˛õ)î≈
çyö≈y°ñ ˛õeÈÙÈ˛õ!eܲy Ä ≤Ãܲy¢öy ˆÌˆÏܲ ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ Ä •ˆÏFåÈ– ïÑ˛yÓ˚y !öÎ˚!üï˛ !Ó!û˛ß¨ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚
xyü!sfï˛ •ö Ó_,´ï˛y Ä x!ï˛!Ì xôƒy˛õöyÓ˚ çöƒ– ú˛°ï˛ xöƒyöƒ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §ˆÏD ~•z xö%£ÏˆÏòÓ˚ !ö!Óí˛¸
!ÓòƒyÎ˚ï˛!öܲ §¡õÜ≈˛ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– üyöÓ!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò !öÎ˚!üï˛ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ çyï˛#Î˚ Ä xyhsˇç≈y!ï˛Ü˛
ˆ§!üöyÓ˚ Ä ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛¢˛õ– fl%҈ϰÓ˚ ˛õ«˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ §yÓ˚y Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw !öÓ¶˛#Ü,˛ï˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ çöƒ ==°
Ä ˆú˛§Ó%ˆÏܲÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛ §yˆÏ˛õyê≈˛ §y!û≈˛ˆÏ§Ó˚ ÓƒÓfliy ÌyˆÏܲ–
üyöÓ!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!° ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ≠
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Bengali EBG Passed 10+2 Examination
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational 5 times during
Courses *3 Years *6 Years registration
validation
English EEG Passed 10+2 Examination
period (once
with 40% marks in English
per year)
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational
Courses with 40% marks
in English

* !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲü˛õˆÏ«˛ 3 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆüÎ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈– !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î §Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏÓñ ≤Ãò_ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öˆÏò≈¢öyüy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˛õ)Ó≈ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° !ú˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ §!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

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§üyç!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò Sfl%Ò° xÓ ˆ§y¢ƒy° §yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏ™§V ≠ ˛õ)Ó≈ï˛ö fl%Ò° xÓ !•í˛züƒy!ö!ê˛§ xƒyu˛ ˆ§y¢ƒy° §yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏ™§
ˆÌˆÏܲ ~•z xö%£Ïò!ê˛Ó˚ í˛zͲõ!_ 2015 §yˆÏ°Ó˚ ˆü üyˆÏ§– §)ã˛öyܲy° ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ~•z xö%£Ïò §üyç!ÓòƒyÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨
!ÓòƒyÎ˚ï˛!öܲ ¢yáyÓ˚ fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_Ó˚ Ä fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ˆÏöÓ˚ ã˛ã≈˛yˆÏܲw •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ– Ó˚y‹T…!ÓK˛yöñ •z!ï˛•y§ñ
çö≤ây§öñ §üyçï˛_¥ •zï˛ƒy!ò !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ Óƒy˛õܲ !ÓòƒyÎ˚ï˛!öܲ ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y ˛õ!Ó˚§ˆÏÓ˚ ~•z xö%£Ïò ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛öñ
àˆÏÓ£ÏÏîyÎ˚ !öÎ%_´– §üyç!Óòƒy ã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˆ«˛ˆÏeÓ˚ §ˆÏD â!ö¤˛û˛yˆÏÓ Î%_´ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~•z xö%£Ïò !öÎ˚!üï˛ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö
ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ˆ§!üöyÓ˚ñ Ó_,´ï˛yñ ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛¢˛õ •zï˛ƒy!ò– üyöÓy!ôܲyÓ˚ !Ó£ÏÎ˚ܲ ~ܲ!ê˛ §y!ê≈˛!ú˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈Ä ~•z xö%£ÏˆÏòÓ˚
xhsˇà≈ï˛–
§üyç!Óòƒy xö%£Ïò !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!° ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ≠
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
History EHI Passed 10+2 Examination
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational
Courses
Political EPS Passed 10+2 Examination 5 times during
Science or equivalent / *3 Years *6 Years registration
Passed 10+2 in Vocational validation
Courses period (once
per year)
Public EPA Passed 10+2 Examination
Adminis- or equivalent /
tration Passed 10+2 in Vocational
Courses
Sociology ESO Passed 10+2 Examination
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational
Courses

!¢«˛y xö%£Ïò Sfl%Ò° xÓ ~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢öV ≠ fl%Ò° xú˛ ~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ö 2013 §yˆÏ° ≤Ã!ï˛!¤˛ï˛ •Î˚ !¢«˛yˆÏ«˛ˆÏe ≤Ãy܉ ~ÓÇ
ܲü≈Ó˚ï˛ !¢«˛Ü˛†!¢!«˛Ü˛yˆÏòÓ˚ !¢«˛yÓ˚ !ӣψÏÎ˚ í˛zߨÎ˚ö Ä !¢«˛ˆÏîÓ˚ üyˆÏöyߨÎ˚ö âê˛yˆÏöy•z ~•z !Óû˛yˆÏàÓ˚ ü)° ܲyç–
~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ˆÏö fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈# §Çáƒy e´üyàï˛ Ó,!k˛ ˛õyÄÎ˚yÎ˚ ~ÓÇ §üyç Ä !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ Óƒy˛õܲ ã˛y!•òyÓ˚ !ö!Ó˚ˆÏá
~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ˆÏö fl¨yï˛Ü˛ !Óû˛yà ≤ÃÓ!ï≈˛ï˛ •°– fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_ˆÏÓ˚ ~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ˆÏö §üï˛y Ä í˛zߨÎ˚ˆÏö üyöƒï˛y ÓçyÎ˚ Ó˚yáyÓ˚ çöƒ
fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ ~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ö ≤ÃÓï≈˛ö xï˛ƒhsˇ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ°– ~•z ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ò)Ó˚ !¢«˛y Ó%ƒˆÏÓ˚y
(Distance Education Bureau) Ä !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ üOÓ˚# ܲ!ü¢ˆÏöÓ˚ (University Grant Commission)
ܲyˆÏåÈ xö%ˆÏüyòˆÏöÓ˚ çöƒ xyˆÏÓòö çyöyÎ˚ ~ÓÇ ï˛yˆÏï˛ §òÌ≈ܲ §yí˛¸y ˛õyÎ˚– ú˛°◊&!ï˛ !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ 2018ÈÙÈ19 !¢«˛yÓ£Ï≈
ˆÌˆÏܲ ~í%˛ˆÏܲ¢ˆÏö fl¨yï˛Ü˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈!ê˛ ≤ÃÓ!ï≈˛ï˛ •Î˚–

* !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲü˛õˆÏ«˛ 3 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆüÎ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈– !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î §Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏÓñ ≤Ãò_ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öˆÏò≈¢öyüy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˛õ)Ó≈ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° !ú˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ §!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

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~•z ˛õyë˛e´ü!ê˛ˆÏܲ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ÎÌyÌ≈ K˛yö Ä ˛õ!Ó˚Ó!ï≈˛ï˛ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛Ó˚ ܲÌy üyÌyÎ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá•z §yçyˆÏöy •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
˛õÎ≈yÎ˚e´!üܲ öï%˛ö !ã˛hsˇy û˛yÓöyÓ˚ myÓ˚y fl∫!¢áö §Ω˛yÓ˚ˆÏܲ §ü,k˛ ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ~•z !Óû˛yà ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyˆÏàÓ˚ çöƒ
ï˛Ìƒ ≤ÃÎ%!_´Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆ˛õÔÑåȈÏöyÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ xÌy≈Í ˆÎáyˆÏö !¢«˛y ˆ˛õÔÑåÈÎ˚!ö ˆ§•z ≤Ãyhsˇ#Î˚
˛õÎ≈yˆÏÎ˚ !¢«˛yˆÏܲ ˆ˛õÔшÏåÈ ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏFåÈ (Reached the unreached)– ï˛Ìƒ ≤ÃÎ%!_´Ó˚ myÓ˚y ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyˆÏàÓ˚
í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ •° !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !í˛!çê˛y•z§í˛ !¢«˛ö §Ω˛yÓ˚ñ ò,¢ƒ†◊yÓƒ Ó_,´ï˛y ~ÓÇ §Ó ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ≤ây§!öܲ Ä ˛õë˛ö
§Çe´yhsˇ §•ˆÏÎy!àï˛y ܲÓ˚y–
!¢«˛y xö%£Ïò !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈!ê˛ ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ≠
Course Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Education EED Passed 10+2 examination *3 Years *6 Years 5 times during
or equivalent (Arts & registration
Science streams only) validation period
with 45% marks (once per year)

Ó,!_ü)°Ü˛ xö%£Ïò Sfl%Ò° xÓ ≤ÈÏú˛¢öy° fiê˛y!í˛çV ≠ xyô%!öܲ ܲyˆÏ°Ó˚ ã˛y!•òy xö%ÎyÎ˚# Î%ˆÏày˛õˆÏÎyà# Ä ÓƒÓ•y!Ó˚ܲ
!òˆÏܲ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚§#üyÎ˚ ~•z fl%҈ϰÓ˚ ≤ÃÓï≈˛öy– !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ~•z fl%҈ϰÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü ܲüy§≈
Ä üƒyˆÏöçˆÏürê˛ñ ˆ§y¢ƒy° ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛ñ °y•zˆÏÓ !Ó˚ §yˆÏÎ˚™ Ä ï˛Ìƒ!ÓK˛yöñ xÌ≈ö#!ï˛ !Ó£ÏÎ˚ܲ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!° ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚
ÌyˆÏܲ– ~•z ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ !§ˆÏ°Óy§ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ í˛z_´ !Óòƒyã˛ã≈˛yÓ˚ ¢yáy=!°Ó˚ xyô%!öܲ ÓÎ˚yö Ä ≤ÃÓîï˛y=!°Ó˚
§ˆÏD §D!ï˛ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá– xyÓyÓ˚ ˆ˛õ¢yàï˛ ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ í˛z˛õÎ%_´ •ˆÏÎ˚ Äë˛yÓ˚ !ö!Ó˚ˆÏá ˆÎ Óƒ!_´Ü˛ ܲü≈ò«˛ï˛y Ä !ӈϢ£Ï
≤Ã!¢«˛î •zï˛ƒy!òÓ˚ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö ˆ§=!°Ó˚ çöƒ §•yÎ˚ܲ !¢«˛yx!û˛ü%á ≤Û!ï˛Ä ~•z fl%҈ϰÓ˚ °«˛ƒ– üƒyˆÏöçˆÏürê˛ñ
!ú˛öy™ñ °y•zˆÏÓ !Ó˚ Ä •zöú˛ˆÏü≈¢ö §yˆÏÎ˚™ñ ˆ§y¢ƒy° ÄÎ˚yÜ≈˛ñ xÌ≈ö#!ï˛ •zï˛ƒy!ò !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚=!° ï˛_¥àï˛ Ä ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ
x!û˛K˛ï˛yÓ˚ §%£Ïü §Ç!ü◊ˆÏî ˜ï˛!Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!°–
fl%Ò° ï˛ÌƒÈÙÈ≤ÃÎ%!_´àï˛ ˜ÓK˛y!öܲ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà ÓƒÓfliyÓ˚ ÎÌyÎÌ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yˆÏà !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆ˛õÔÑåȈÏï˛ í˛zõÎ%_´
ÓƒÓfliy @ˇÃ•î ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– ~•z xy•z!§!ê˛ ÓƒÓfliyÎ˚ ~ü.ܲüñ ~ü ~° xy•z ~§ñ ~ü ~§ í˛!Óœí˛z ~ÓÇ !Ó ~° xy•z
~§ ˆÜ˛y§≈=!°ˆÏï˛ !öÓ¶˛#Ü,˛ï˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y !í˛!çê˛y° ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛zõܲÓ˚îñ x!í˛ÄÈÙÈ!û˛§%ƒÎ˚y° ˆ°Ü˛ã˛yÓ˚ åÈyí˛¸yÄ §ühflÏÓ˚ܲü
!ÓòƒyÎ˚ï˛!öܲ Ä x!ú˛!¢Î˚y° §y•y΃ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– ÷ô%üye ~•z ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ§ÓyÓ˚ çöƒ www.nsouict.ac.in
ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛!ê˛ ã˛y°% xyˆÏåÈ– ~•z ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛ !ö!ò≈‹T °àÈÙÈ•zö xy•z!í˛ !òˆÏÎ˚ ≤ÈÏÓ¢ ܲÓ˚ˆÏ° !¢«˛yÌ≈# 24 × 7 !òö
~•z ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ§Óy ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–

* !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲü˛õˆÏ«˛ 3 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆüÎ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈– !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î §Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏÓñ ≤Ãò_ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öˆÏò≈¢öyüy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˛õ)Ó≈ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° !ú˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ §!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

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Ó,!_ü)°Ü˛ xö%£Ïò !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈!ê˛ ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ≠
Courses Course Eligibility Course Registration No. of Chances
Code Duration Valid for for Studentship
Renewal
Commerce ECO Passed 10+2 examination
or equivalent /
Passed 10+2 in Vocational
5 times during
Courses *3 Years *6 Years
registration
Economics EEC Passed 10+2 Examination validation
or equivalent / period (once
Passed 10+2 in Vocational per year)
Courses

4. fl¨yï˛Ü˛ !í˛!@ˇÃ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü SÓƒyˆÏã˛°Ó˚ !í˛!@ˇÃ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyüV


ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óƒòy°Î˚ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ S!Ó!í˛!˛õV ܲ°yñ Óy!îçƒ Ä !ÓK˛yö !Óû˛yà ˆÌˆÏܲ §Ó≈ˆÏüyê˛ 15!ê˛
˙!ãåÈܲ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚ §y¡øy!öܲ !í˛!@ˇÃ ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ– ܲ°y!Óû˛yˆÏà xyê˛!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ñ ÎyÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ÓyÇ°y
S•z !Ó !çVñ •zÇÓ˚y!ç S•z •z !çVñ •z!ï˛•y§ S•z ~•zã˛ xy•zVñ xÌ≈ö#!ï˛ S•z •z !§Vñ Ó˚y‹T…!ÓK˛yö S•z !˛õ ~§Vñ çö≤ây§ö
S•z !˛õ ~Vñ §üyçï˛_¥ S•z ~§ ÄVñ !¢«˛y S•z •z !í˛V– !ÓK˛yö !Óû˛yˆÏàÓ˚ åÈÎ˚!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ •° ˛õòyÌ≈!Óòƒy S•z !˛õ
~•zã˛Vñ Ó˚§yÎ˚ö S•z !§ ~•zã˛Vñ à!îï˛ S•z ~ü !ê˛Vñ í˛z!qò!Óòƒy S•z !Ó !ê˛Vñ ≤Ãyî#!Óòƒy S•z ˆçí˛ ÄVñ û)˛ˆÏày° S•z !ç
xyÓ˚V– Óy!îçƒ !Óû˛yà ˆÌˆÏܲ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ ÷ô%üye Óy!îçƒ S•z !§ ÄV– í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ 15!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ
ˆÌˆÏܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈# ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ fl∫yFåÈ®ƒ üˆÏï˛y ˆÎˆÏܲyˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÎ˚ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚öñ ˆÎ=!° xöƒyöƒ
≤Ãã˛!°ï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §y¡øy!öܲ !í˛!@ˇÃÓ˚ §üï%˛°ƒ– ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ !öÓ≈yã˛ˆÏöÓ˚ í˛z õÓ˚ !û˛!_ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÎˆÏܲyˆÏöy
~ܲ!ê˛ §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !Ó£ÏÎ˚ S3!ê˛ 100 üyˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õe §¡∫!°ï˛V @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~åÈyí˛¸yÄñ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õyë˛e´ˆÏü
!¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ã˛yÓ˚ˆÏê˛ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ Sú˛yí˛zˆÏu˛¢ö ˆÜ˛y§≈Vñ ~ܲ!ê˛ ú˛!°ï˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ (AOC) ~ÓÇ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢ !Óòƒy
(ENVS) xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛ û˛yˆÏÓ xhsˇû%≈˛_´– í˛z õˆÏÓ˚y_´ !Ó£ÏÎ˚!ê˛ ˛õÓ˚Óï≈˛# xLjϢ !ÓhflÏy!Ó˚ï˛û˛yˆÏÓ í˛zˆÏÕ‘!áï˛ •°–

* !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲü˛õˆÏ«˛ 3 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆüÎ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈– !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î §Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏÓñ ≤Ãò_ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!öˆÏò≈¢öyüy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˛õ)Ó≈ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° !ú˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ §!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

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4.1 ˆÜ˛y§≈ ï˛y!°Ü˛y Ä xyö%£Ï!Dܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ ˛õe (LIST OF COURSES AND CORRESPONDING PAPER
COMBINATION) :
Elective Subsidiary Papers and Paper Code AOC Papers Foundation Others Paper
Courses and (Any one from respective (4 Papers are (Compulsory for each
Course Code combination) compulsory for each elective subject)
elective subject)
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Physics EPH Mathematics SMT Household Humanities and Environmental
Chemistry ECH Mathematics SMT Chemistry Social Science Studies
Mathema- EMT Physics or SPH or (AOC-3) (FHS)
tics Political Science SPS
Geography EGR Bengali or SBG or
English SEG
Zoology EZO Botany SBT Science and
Botany EBT Zoology SZO Technology (FST)

BACHELOR OF ARTS
Bengali EBG English or SEG or Bengali (FBG)
History or SHI or
Political Science SPS
English EEG Bengali or SBG
History or SHI or English (FEG)
Political Science SPS
History EHI Bengali or SBG or
English or SEG or
Political Science SPS
Political EPS Bengali or SBG or
Food
Science English or SEG or
Processing
History SHI
(AOC–2)
Public EPA Political Science SPS
Adminis- or or
tration Bengali or SBG or
History SHI
Sociology ESO Political Science SPS
or or
Bengali or SBG or
History SHI
Economics EEC Mathematics or SMT or
History or SHI or
Bengali SBG
Education EED History or SHI or
English or SEG or
Bengali SBG

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
Commerce ECO Business SBS Basic
Studies Accountancy
(AOC–1)

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4.2 §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ ˛õe Ä ˆ§•z xö%Î˚yÎ# ˆÜ˛y§≈ ˆÜ˛yí˛ (LIST OF SUBSIDIARY PAPERS AND PAPER CODE):
Subsidiary Paper and Code
Physics SPH
Mathematics SMT
Zoology SZO
Botany SBT
Bengali SBG
English SEG
History SHI
Political Science SPS
Business Studies SBS

5. !¢«˛yÓ£ÏÏ≈ (Academic Session)

!ÓŸª!Óòƒ°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !¢«˛yÓ£Ï≈ ≤Ã!ï˛ÓåÈÓ˚ ç%°y•z üy§ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˛õÓ˚Óï≈˛# ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ ç%ö üy§ ˛õÎ≈hsˇ !Óhfl,Ïï˛– ˆÜ˛y§≈
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚ !û˛!_ܲ– ≤Ã!ï˛ !¢«˛yӈϣÏ≈ ò%!ê˛ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚ó ç%°y•z ˆÌˆÏܲ !í˛ˆÏ§¡∫Ó˚ ~ÓÇ çyö%Î˚y!Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ç%ö–
6. ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ §üÎ˚§#üy (Duration of the Course)
ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ ö)ƒöï˛ü §üÎ˚§#üy 3 ÓåÈÓ˚– ~•z §üÎ˚ܲy° !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& •Î˚– !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ !öÓ¶˛#ܲÓ˚î
§Ó≈y!ôܲ 6 ÓåÈÓ˚ ˜Óô ÌyܲˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ Î!ò ˆ§•z !¢«˛yÌ≈# ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ä ˛õMÈ˛ü ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ≤Ã̈Ïü §ühflÏ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛
§!ë˛Ü˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
7. ˆÜ˛y§≈=!°Ó˚ !§ˆÏ°Óy§ (Course wise Curriculum)

13-27 ˛õ,¤˛y ˆòá%ö–


8. !ú˛ ≤ÃòyˆÏöÓ˚ !öÎ˚üyÓ°#
!ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ çöƒ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ •ÄÎ˚y ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈# §ühflÏ ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ í˛z_#î≈ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ïÑ˛yÓ˚
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ §ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ åÈÎ˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô ÌyܲyÓ˚ §üÎ˚ xÓ!ôV §üÎ˚ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ §ühflÏ ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ í˛z_#î≈ •ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° ~ܲçö
!¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ≤ÃÌü 3ÈÙÈÓåȈÏÓ˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ܲ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
1. ≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ Sû˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §üÎ˚V §¡õ)î≈ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ÈÙÈÓ˚ ~ܲ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y
ï,˛ï˛#Î˚yÇ¢ + xƒyí˛!ü¢ö !ú˛ !ú˛ xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ
2. !mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ S!mï˛#Î˚ §¡õ)î≈ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ÈÙÈÓ˚ ~ܲ
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV ï,˛ï˛#Î˚yÇ¢ + fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛
3. ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ §¡õ)î≈ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ÈÙÈÓ˚ ~ܲ
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV ï,˛ï˛#Î˚yÇ¢ + fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛
* ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ çöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛ !ö!ò≈‹T §üÎ˚ xhsˇÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y òÆÓ˚ myÓ˚y !öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛–

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û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöyܲyÓ˚ˆÏî §ühflÏ ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ í˛z_#î≈ •ˆÏï˛
öy ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏ° Ä §ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ £Ï¤˛ ÓåÈÓ˚ xÓ!ô fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ ˛õí˛¸y÷ˆÏöy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ
Óy!§Ï≈ܲ ˛õ%öö≈Ó#ܲÓ˚î S!Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y°VÈÙÈ!ú˛ !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô ÌyܲyÓ˚ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
çöƒ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !ú˛
4. ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V !ú˛ xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
5. ˛õMÈ˛ü Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
6. £Ï¤˛ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
§ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ åÈÎ˚ ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÎÈÙÈˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ïÑ˛yÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y§≈ÈÙÈ!ú˛ñ
xƒyí˛!ü¢öÈÙÈ!ú˛ñ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÈÙÈ!ú˛ ~ÓÇ fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ˆÎüöñ ܲ°y Ä Óy!îçƒ !Óû˛yàÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ≠
ôÓ˚y Îyܲñ ܲ°y Ä Óy!îçƒ !Óû˛yàÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §¡õ)î≈ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ ≠ 6ñ300†ÈÙ
xƒyí˛!ü¢ö !ú˛ ≠ 900†ÈÙÈ
fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ ≠ 600†ÈÙÈ
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflÏÓ˚ §¡õ)î≈ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ
!ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓÏ ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ≤ÃÌü 3ÈÙÈÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
SÓƒyB˛ ã˛yç≈ ÓyˆÏòV
1. ≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ Sû˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §üÎ˚V 2ñ100†ÈÙÈ + 900†ÈÙÈ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ˛≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛
2. !mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ S!mï˛#Î˚ 2ñ100†ÈÙÈ + 600†ÈÙÈ ˛õe xö%ÎyÎ˚# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
3. ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ 2ñ100†ÈÙÈ + 600†ÈÙÈ
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV

* ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ çöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛ !ö!ò≈‹T §üÎ˚ xhsˇÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y òÆÓ˚ myÓ˚y !öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛–

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û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflÏÓ˚ §¡õ)î≈ öy •ˆÏ° ~ÓÇ
§ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ åÈÎ˚ ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ï˛y §¡õ)î≈ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô ÌyܲyÓ˚ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
çöƒ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!ú˛ SÓƒyB˛ ã˛yç≈ ÓyˆÏòV
4. ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V ˛õe xö%ÎyÎ˚# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
5. ˛õMÈ˛ü Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
6. £Ï¤˛ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
ˆÎüöñ !ÓK˛yö !Óû˛yà S°ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ !û˛!_ܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚VÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ≠
ôÓ˚y Îyܲñ !ÓK˛yö !Óû˛yà S°ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ !û˛!_ܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚VÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §¡õ)î≈ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ ≠ 13ñ098†ÈÙÈ
xƒyí˛!ü¢ö !ú˛ ≠ 900†ÈÙÈ
fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ ≠ 600†ÈÙÈ
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflÏÓ˚ §¡õ)î≈ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ≤ÃÌü 3ÈÙÈÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
SÓƒyB˛ ã˛yç≈ ÓyˆÏòV
1. ≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ Sû˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §üÎ˚V 4ñ266†ÈÙÈ + 900†ÈÙÈ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ˛≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛
2. !mï˛#Î˚ Ó§Ï≈ S!mï˛#Î˚ 4ñ266†ÈÙÈ + 600†ÈÙÈ ˛õe xö%ÎyÎ˚# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
3. ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ 4ñ266†ÈÙÈ + 600†ÈÙÈ
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏV
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöyܲyÓ˚ˆÏî fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflÏÓ˚ §¡õ)î≈ öy •ˆÏ° ~ÓÇ
§ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ åÈÎ˚ ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ï˛y §¡õ)î≈ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛û˛yˆÏÓ !ú˛ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ≠
e´!üܲ öÇ Ó£Ï≈ ˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô ÌyܲyÓ˚ *˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
çöƒ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
!ú˛ SÓƒyB˛ ã˛yç≈ ÓyˆÏòV
4. ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V ˛õe xö%ÎyÎ˚# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛
5. ˛õMÈ˛ü Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ xy°yòyû˛yˆÏÓ !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
6. £Ï¤˛ Ó£Ï≈ SˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ˜Óô 600†ÈÙÈ
ÌyܲyÓ˚ Ó!ô≈ï˛ §üÎ˚V
* ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ çöƒ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ !ú˛ !ö!ò≈‹T §üÎ˚ xhsˇÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y òÆÓ˚ myÓ˚y !öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛–

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!Ó!û˛ß¨ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ çöƒ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ xƒyí˛!ü¢ö !ú˛ÈÙÈÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚üyî çyöy ÎyˆÏÓ≠
ܲ. ~•z ≤ÈÏflõܲê˛y§ Óy ܲyÎ≈ÈÙÈ!ÓÓÓ˚î#Ó˚ !˛õåÈö !òˆÏܲÓ˚ áyˆÏü–
á. ˜ò!öܲ ˛õ!eܲyÎ˚ ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ xƒyí˛!ü¢ö ˆöy!ê˛!ú˛ˆÏܲ¢ˆÏö–
à. ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛–
˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛ ~ÓÇ xöƒyöƒ !ú S≤ÈÏÎ˚yçöˆÏÓyˆÏô ≤ÈÏÎyçƒV !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ÈÙÈܲï,˛≈ܲ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü !ö!ò≈‹T §üÎ˚
xhsˇÓ˚ çy!öˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÓ–
!Ó.o.≠ !¢«˛yÓ£ÏÏ≈yhsˇ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y Sê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚V Ó§ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° í˛z õˆÏÓ˚ í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛
~ÓÇ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚y Óyôƒï˛yü)°Ü˛–
9. fl¨yï˛Ü˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ S!Ó!í˛!˛õVÈÙÈ~Ó˚ û˛!ï≈˛ ≤Ã!e´Î˚y
û˛!ï≈˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛ ≠
ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ ÓåÈÓ˚ ç%°y•z üyˆÏ§ xö°y•zö xƒyí˛!ü¢ˆÏöÓ˚ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ–
~Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚# !¢«˛yÌ≈# ï˛ÑyÓ˚ ˆÎyàƒï˛y xö%ÎyÎ˚# fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ ܲ°yñ !ÓK˛yö Ä Óy!îçƒ ¢yáyÓ˚ ˆüyê˛
˛õˆÏöÓ˚!ê˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÎÈÙÈˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ !öÓ≈yã˛ö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚– ö)ƒöï˛ü ˆÎyàƒï˛y ÌyܲˆÏ° •zFå%Èܲ
!¢«˛yÌ≈# §Ó˚y§!Ó˚ xö°y•zˆÏö xyˆÏÓòö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ û˛!ï≈˛ ≤Ã!e´Î˚yÓ˚ ≤ÃyÓ˚ˆÏΩ˛ û˛!ï≈˛ §Çe´yhsˇ !öˆÏò≈!¢Ü˛y Ó‡° ≤Ãã˛y!Ó˚ï˛ §ÇÓyò˛õeñ
§Ç!¢‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛ ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚V ~ÓÇ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !öçfl∫ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ (www.wbnsou.ac.in)ÙÈ~ ≤Ãܲy¢
ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ–
û˛!ï≈˛ §Çe´yhsˇ !öˆÏò≈!¢Ü˛y!ê˛ !Ó¢ˆÏò çyöyÓ˚ çöƒ xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#ˆÏòÓ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !öçfl∫ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛!ê˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛
Ó°y •ˆÏFåÈ–
9.1 §yôyÓ˚î ˛õÓ˚yü¢≈
x§¡õ)î≈ Ä !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ §üÎ˚ÈÙÈx!ï˛e´yhsˇ xƒy!≤’ˆÏܲ¢ö ≠ x§¡õ)î≈ ~ÓÇ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ÈÙÈܲÓ˚y xyˆÏÓòö˛õe†
!Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y°†˛õÓ˚#«˛y ú˛ü≈ Ä û%˛° ï˛Ìƒ xÌÓy ú˛ü≈ Óy ≤Ãyüyîƒ ï˛ˆÏ̃Ó˚ !ÓÜ,˛!ï˛ ôÓ˚y ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ° xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#ˆÏܲ öy
çy!öˆÏÎ˚•z ïÑ˛yÓ˚ ú˛ü≈ Óy!ï˛° ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÓ– ˆ§•zܲyÓ˚ˆÏîñ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ xï˛ƒhsˇ §yÓôyöï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ú˛ü≈ ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ
Ä ú˛ˆÏü≈Ó˚ §ˆÏD §ühflÏ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ ¢Ç§y˛õˆÏeÓ˚ fl∫ÈÙÈfl∫y«˛!Ó˚ï˛ ≤Ãï˛ƒ!Î˚ï˛ Ü˛!˛õ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
Î%à˛õÍ ˆÓ˚!çˆÏfiê˛Δ¢ö ≠ ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈# ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ !Ó.!í˛.!˛õ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏü•z û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö–
~•z !öÎ˚ü °!Aâï˛ •ˆÏ° ~•z !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ≤ÃyÌ≈#˛õò (candidature) Óy!ï˛° ӈϰ àîƒ •ˆÏÓ ~ÓÇ ˆÜ˛yöÄ û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ!ú˛
ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÓ öy– ï˛ˆÏÓ ~ܲçö !Ó. !í˛. !˛õ. !¢«˛yÌ≈# ~ܲ•z §ˆÏD ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ xö%ˆÏüy!òï˛ ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy
~ܲ!ê˛ !í˛ˆÏ≤’yüy†§y!ê≈˛!ú˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛†ˆê˛Δ!öÇ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏü û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– !ܲvñ ˆ§ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe Ä•z ò%•zˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°Ç
~ÓdžxÌÓy ˛õÓ˚#«˛y§)!ã˛ ~ܲ •ˆÏ°ñ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õˆÏ«˛ ï˛y ˆÜ˛yˆÏöyû˛yˆÏÓ•z ˛õ!Ó˚ï≈˛ö ܲÓ˚y §Ω˛Ó öÎ˚–
˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛ ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚V ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ≠ û˛!ï≈˛ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ° ˆ§•z !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ܲ
~ܲ!ê˛ xyˆÏÓòö˛õˆÏeÓ˚ §ˆÏD ~ܲ!ê˛ 500 ê˛yܲyÓ˚ !í˛üyu˛ í»˛y˝ Sˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xö%Ü)˛ˆÏ°
ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yÎ˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚V ܲyê˛ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~•z ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe í˛z˛õÎ%_´ ≤Ãüyî˛õˆÏeÓ˚ !û˛!_ˆÏï˛ !ӈϢ£Ï
˛õ!Ó˚!fli!ï˛•z ~ܲüye !ÓˆÏÓã˛ƒ ˆÎüöñ ܲü≈fliˆÏ°Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛öñ !ÓˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyÓ˚ˆÏîñ ˛õy!Ó˚Óy!Ó˚ܲ Óy§fliyö Óò° •zï˛ƒy!ò–
!Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ≠ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ S!Ó!í˛!˛õV û˛!ï≈˛ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˛õ!Ó˚!fli!ï˛ˆÏï˛•z !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö §Ω˛Ó öÎ˚–
ˆ§•zܲyÓ˚ˆÏîñ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ xyˆÏà !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚†ˆÜ˛y§≈ !öÓ≈yã˛ˆÏöÓ˚ §üÎ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ xï˛ƒhsˇ §yÓôyöï˛y xÓ°¡∫ö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
≤Ãy!Ì≈ï˛y† !í˛!@ˇÃ Óy!ï˛°#ܲÓ˚î ≠ ˛õO#û)˛ï˛Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ˛õ)ˆÏÓ≈ xÌÓy ˛õˆÏÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#Ó˚† !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ myÓ˚y §Ó˚ÓÓ˚y•Ü,˛ï˛
ï˛ˆÏ̃ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöyÓ˚ܲü û%˛° Óy !ÓÜ,˛!ï˛ ôÓ˚y ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ° xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#ˆÏܲ†!¢«˛yÌ#≈ˆÏܲ öy çy!öˆÏÎ˚ ïÑ˛yÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈# !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ
ˆÎyàƒï˛y Óy!ï˛° ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÓ–
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~áyˆÏö í˛zˆÏÕ‘á ܲÓ˚y ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö ˆÎñ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ !í˛!@ˇÃ ≤ÃòyˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚Óï≈˛#ܲyˆÏ°Ä !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y
ï˛ˆÏ̃ û%˛° Óy !ÓÜ,˛!ï˛ ôÓ˚y ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ°ñ ï˛Í«˛îyÍ ïÑ˛yÓ˚ !í˛!@ˇÃ Óy!ï˛° ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÓ–
!Ó.o. ≠ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ xƒyí˛!ü¢ö !ú˛ñ fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ñ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !ú˛ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ° ï˛y ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ˆÏÎyàƒ
öÎ˚ S~ Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ xyÓ˚Ä çyöˆÏï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xƒyí˛!ü¢ö ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ ˆòá%öV–
10. ˛õ%öö≈Ó#ܲÓ˚î S!Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y°VÈÙÈ~Ó˚ !öÎ˚üyÓ°#
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ !ÓK˛!ƈÏï˛ í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ !ú˛ !ö!ò≈‹T §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏÎ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° ܲÓ˚yˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– xöƒÌyÎ˚ ïÑ˛yÓ˚
≤Ãy!Ì≈ï˛y Óy!ï˛° ӈϰ àîƒ •ˆÏÓ– ≤Ã!ï˛ ÓåÈÓ˚ !ï˛öÈÙÈã˛yÓ˚ üyˆÏ§Ó˚ çöƒ !ÓŸª!Óòƒƒy°Î˚ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° ˆ˛õyê≈˛y° á%ˆÏ° Ó˚yˆÏá
(www.wbnsou.ac.in) ÎyˆÏï˛ !Ó.!í˛.!˛õ. !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ïÑ˛yòÓ˚ !Ó˚!öí˛zÎ˚y° ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
!Ó.o.
● !¢«˛yÓ£ÏÏ≈yhsˇ Óy ê˛Δyü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛˘ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§yÓ˚ çöƒ ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ñ fiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛!¢˛õ !ú˛ ~ÓÇ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ !ú˛ ÎÌy§üˆÏÎ˚ çüy
ˆòÄÎ˚y Óyôƒï˛yü)°Ü˛–
● û˛!Ó£ÏƒÍ §•yÎ˚ï˛yÓ˚ çöƒ §ühflÏ ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ !ú˛ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ Ó˚!§ò Îb §•Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚ Ó˚yáyÓ˚ çöƒ xö%ˆÏÓ˚yô ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏFåÈ–

11. ˛õyë˛ÈÙí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î Sfiê˛y!í˛ ˆüˆÏê˛!Ó˚Î˚y°V


•zÇÓ˚y!ç Ä !¢«˛y!ÓK˛yö Óƒï˛#ï˛ §ühflÏ !ӣψÏÎ˚ ÓyÇ°yÎ˚ ˆ°áy fl∫ÈÙÈ!öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛ ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚
§Ó˚ÓÓ˚y• ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ– !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §%!ÓˆÏôüï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚ ˆ§=!° ˛õí˛¸ˆÏÓö ~ÓÇ ˆÓyé˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓö– !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚
!ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw (Study Centre) ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆ§=!° §Ç@ˇÃ• ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– !ܲå%È !ܲå%È !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚
§ú˛ê˛ ܲ!˛õ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛ (www.wbnsou.ac.in) ˆòÄÎ˚y xyˆÏåÈ– !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ï˛y í˛yí˛zöˆÏ°yí˛
ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö–
12. !öˆÏò≈¢öy ˛õk˛!ï˛ (Methods of Instruction)
!¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ÎyˆÏï˛ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ ˛õyë˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚§ü)• §•ˆÏç xyÎ˚_ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö ï˛yÓ˚ çöƒ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚
§Ω˛yÓƒ §ÓôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ §•yÎ˚ï˛y ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚– ˆÎüöñ ü%!oï˛ ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î (SIM), ˛õyˆÏ§≈yöy° ܲrê˛ƒyQ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü
(PCP) ˆÎáyˆÏö xƒyܲyˆÏí˛!üܲ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™°Ó˚Ó˚y Óƒ!_´àï˛û˛yˆÏÓ í˛z˛õ!fliï˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ ü%ˆÏáyü%!á xyˆÏ°yã˛öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ö–
˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ¢ˆÏ£Ïñ ◊yÓƒÈÙÈò,¢ƒ ܲü≈§)!ã˛ñ ò)Ó˚û˛yˆÏ£Ï üˆÏï˛Ó˚ xyòyöÈÙÈ≤Ãòyö ~ÓÇ §üˆÏÎ˚ §üˆÏÎ˚ ĈÏÎ˚Óܲyfiê˛ Ä F.M.ÙÈ~Ó˚
üyôƒˆÏü !¢«˛y≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–
˛õyˆÏ§≈yöy° ܲrê˛ƒyQ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü (PCP)

§Æy•yˆÏhsˇ Óy å%È!ê˛Ó˚ !òˆÏö ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw !˛õ.!§.!˛õ. xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ÓÇ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆ§•z §)!ã˛ xÓ!•ï˛
ܲˆÏÓ˚– ~•z ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏü ˆÎyàòyö ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õ)ˆÏÓ≈ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î (SIM/SLM) !Ó¢ò ˛õí˛¸ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ÎyˆÏï˛ ~!ê˛ ≤ÃÜ,˛ï˛ í˛z˛õܲyˆÏÓ˚ °yˆÏà– ≤Ã!ï˛ 100 ö¡∫Ó˚ ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ S!ÌĈÏÓ˚!ê˛Ü˛ƒy°V çöƒ §ˆÏÓ≈yFã˛ 2 â^ˇê˛yÓ˚ 12!ê˛
!˛õ.!§.!˛õ. ≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚– ~áyˆÏö ܲyí˛zˆÏ™°Ó˚Ó˚y åÈyeˆÏòÓ˚ §•yÎ˚ï˛y òyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ö– ˆÓ!¢Ó˚ û˛yà ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚
!˛õ.!§.!˛õ.ÈÙÈˆï˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ í˛z˛õ!fli!ï˛ Óyôƒï˛yü)°Ü˛ öÎ˚ó Î!ò öy xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ӈϢ!£Ïï˛†!öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛ •Î˚–
≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ ˛õÎ≈yÎ˚ (Practical Session)

•zˆÏ°!Qû˛ Ä §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !ÓK˛yö ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ (Practical) Üœ˛y§ Óy °ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°ÇÈÙÈܲyüÈÙÈ

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•zû˛ƒy°%ˆÏÎ˚¢ö ˆ§¢ö (LCES) !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛˛õ«˛ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚– ˛≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ ˆÜ˛w
ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ •ˆÏÓ ï˛yÄ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ܲˆÏÓ˚– !ÓK˛yöÈÙÈ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ •zˆÏ°!Qû˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ çöƒ ÓåÈÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛
~ܲ!ê˛ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ !ï˛ö ÓåȈÏÓ˚ ˆüyê˛ !ï˛ö!ê˛ ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˆÜ˛y§≈ xyˆÏåÈ (EMTÙÈÓ˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚!ê˛ EMTÙÈ16
ˆÎ!ê˛ ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ ӈϣÏ≈ xyˆÏåÈV– §yôyÓ˚î ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° Üœ˛y§=!° ˛õ%ˆÏçyÓ˚ å%È!ê˛ˆÏï˛ xyˆÏÎ˚y!çï˛ •Î˚– §Ü˛y° 9ê˛y ˆÌˆÏܲ
!ÓˆÏܲ° 5ê˛y ˛õÎ≈hsˇ ˆüyê˛ 12 !òö ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° •Î˚– ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ~•z ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyyˆÏü í˛z˛õ!fli!ï˛ Óyôƒï˛yü)°Ü˛–
§yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!ê˛ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ˆÜ˛ˆÏw 10 !òö ôˆÏÓ˚ xö%!¤˛ï˛ •Î˚ ˛õMÈ˛ü xÌÓy §Ï¤˛
ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚– !ö!ò≈‹T §)!ã˛ Ä ˆÜ˛ˆÏwÓ˚ öyü §¡∫!°ï˛ !öˆÏò≈¢öyüy !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw ˛õyë˛yˆÏöy •Î˚ ~ÓÇ ~•z !öˆÏò¢≈öyüy
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛Ä ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ •Î˚ (www.wbnsou.ac.in).
13. !¢«˛y≤ÃòyˆÏöÓ˚ û˛y£ÏÏyÈÙÈüyôƒü (Language of Instruction)
Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲÌy !ÓˆÏÓã˛öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ §ühflÏ !Ó!í˛!˛õ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ö ÓyÇ°y üyôƒˆÏü
˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y°öy ܲˆÏÓ˚– ï˛ˆÏÓ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !¢«˛yÌ≈# ˆ•yü xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ Ä ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ •zLjÏÓ˚!ç û˛y£Ïy ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– ˆ§ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe ÓyÇ°y Ä •zLjÏÓ˚!ç û˛y£ÏÏyÓ˚ !ü◊î à,•#ï˛ •ˆÏÓ öy– ïÑ˛yˆÏܲ ˆÎÈÙÈˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ û˛y£Ïy ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
•ˆÏÓ–
14. ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ˛õk˛!ï˛ É ÚüyöÜ˛Û ˛õk˛!ï˛ S˛õåÈ® !û˛!_ܲV
ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ hflψÏÓ˚ S!Ó!í˛!˛õV §Ó≈ˆÏüyê˛ 15!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !ӣψÏÎ˚ [ÓyÇ°y S•z!Ó!çVñ
•zÇÓ˚y!ç S•z•z!çVñ •z!ï˛•y§ S•z~•zã˛xy•zVñ xÌ≈ö#!ï˛ S•z•z!§Vñ Ó˚y‹T!ÓK˛yö S•z!˛õ~§Vñ çö≤ây§ö S•z!˛õ~Vñ
§üyçï˛_¥ S•z~§ÄVñ !¢«˛y!ÓK˛yö S•z•z!í˛Vñ ˛õòyÌ≈!Óòƒy S•z!˛õ~•zã˛Vñ Ó˚§yÎ˚ö S•z!§~•zã˛Vñ à!îï˛ S•z~ü!ê˛Vñ
í˛z!qò!Óòƒy S•z!Ó!ê˛Vñ ≤Ãyî#!Óòƒy S•zˆÏçí˛ÄVñ û)˛ˆÏày° S•z!çxyÓ˚V ~ÓÇ Óy!îçƒ S•z!§ÄV] §y¡øy!öܲ !í˛!@ˇÃ ≤Ãòyö
ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ– í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ 15!ê˛ ˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÌˆÏܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈# ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §yFåÈ®ƒüˆÏï˛y ˆÎˆÏܲyˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛
˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚öñ ˆÎ=!° xöƒyöƒ ≤Ãã˛!°ï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §y¡øy!öܲ !í˛!@ˇÃÓ˚ §üï%˛°ƒ–
˙!FåÈܲ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ !öÓ≈yã˛ˆÏöÓ˚ í˛zõÓ˚ !û˛!_ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÎˆÏܲyˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ S3!ê˛ 100 üyˆÏöÓ˚
˛õe §¡∫!°ï˛V @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~åÈyí˛¸yÄñ ˙!FåÈܲ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õyë˛e´ˆÏü !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ã˛yÓ˚!ê˛ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚
Sú˛yí˛zˆÏu˛¢ö ˆÜ˛y§≈Vñ ~ܲ!ê˛ ú˛!°ï˛ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ (AOC) ~ÓÇ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢!Óòƒy (ENVS) xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛ û˛yˆÏÓ xhsˇû%≈˛_´–
ï˛y!_¥Ü˛ ˛õe=!°Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe e´!üܲ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ≤Ã!e´Î˚y ã˛y°% ÌyˆÏܲ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü– ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ ú˛°yú˛°
≤Û!ï˛Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ =Ó˚&c 30 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ S~V Ä ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ =Ó˚&c 70 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ S!ÓV–
!ÓK˛yö ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤Ãy!Qܲƒy° S≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲV ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ≤Ãy!Qܲƒy° ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°Ç ˆ§¢ö ã˛°yÓ˚ §üÎ˚•z §yü!@ˇÃܲ
ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–
ï˛y!_¥Ü˛ÈÙÈ˛õe=!°Ó˚ e´!üܲ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö •Î˚ xƒy§y•zöˆÏüˆÏrê˛Ó˚ !û˛!_ˆÏï˛ Îy !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛û˛yˆÏÓ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛
˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏà !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw çüy ˆòö–
≤Ã!ï˛ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚†ÓͧÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y xö%!¤˛ï˛ •Î˚– ˆÎ §ühflÏ !¢«˛yÌ≈# ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛
˛õÓ˚#«˛y !òˆÏï˛ xy@ˇÃ•# ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y òƈÏÓ˚Ó˚ myÓ˚y ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ !ÓK˛!Æ xö%ÎyÎ˚# !ö!ò≈‹T §üˆÏÎ˚ ú˛ü≈
˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ˆÎ §ühflÏ !¢«˛yÌ≈# ~ܲ!ê˛ !ö!ò≈‹T ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö öy ïÑ˛yÓ˚y ˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD
xyˆÏàÓ˚ öy ˆòÄÎ˚y ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y!ê˛ !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö–
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~áyˆÏö í˛zˆÏÕ‘á ܲÓ˚y ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö ˆÎ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õˆÏe ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ •° xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ S~V Ä ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ S!ÓV ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚
≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆÎyàú˛°– xÌ≈yÍ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ 30 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ ~ÓÇ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ 70 ¢ï˛yLjϢÓ˚
ˆÎyàú˛°– ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õe!û˛!_ܲ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ˆÏܲ Sˆüyê˛ 100 ö¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒV ÚÓ˚yí˛z!u˛Ç xú˛Û ܲÓ˚y •Î˚ §Ó≈fl∫#Ü,˛ï˛ ≤Ã!e´Î˚yÓ˚
üyôƒˆÏü– ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õˆÏeÓ˚ çöƒ ˆüyê˛ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ S~ + !ÓV àîöy ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÓ ˆÎüö üyÜ≈˛!¢ˆÏê˛ í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ xyˆÏåÈ–
30 â^ˇê˛y ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛öˆÏܲ ~ܲ!ê˛ ˆe´!í˛ˆÏê˛Ó˚ §üï%˛° ӈϰ àîƒ Ü˛Ó˚y •ˆÏÓ SÎyÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !öçfl∫
˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛öÄ à,•#ï˛V–
!öˆÏã˛ ˆe´!í˛ê˛ÈÙÈ!§ˆÏfiê˛ˆÏüÓ˚ !Ó¢ò !ÓÓÓ˚î ˆòÄÎ˚y •° ≠
ˆê˛yê˛y° ˆe´!í˛ê˛ ≠ 124 xÌÓy 1550 ö¡∫Ó˚–
!Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ !û˛!_ܲ ˆe´!˘í˛ê˛ ˛õˆÏÎ˚rê˛ !Óû˛yçö (Subject-wise division of credit points):
Subjects Credits Marks

Compulsory Foundation Course in Bengali (FBG) 4 50


Subjects Foundation Course in English (FEG) 4 50
Foundation Course in Humanities & Social 8 100
Sciences (FHS)
Foundation Course in Science & Technology (FST) 8 100
TOTAL 24 300
Elective Arts/Commerce/Science (Honours Level) (8 papers) 64 800
Subjects
TOTAL 64 800
Subsidiary One Subsidiary subject (3 papers) 24 300
Subject
TOTAL 24 300
Application Basic Accountancy (AOC 1) for Commerce / Food 8 100
Oriented Processing (AOC 2) for Arts / Household Chemistry
Course (AOC 3) for Science
TOTAL 8 100
Environmental Environmental Studies 4 50
Studies
TOTAL 4 50
GRAND TOTAL 124 1550

15. ˛õÓ˚#«˛y ˛õk˛!ï˛ (Examination Pattern)


!ö¡¨!°!áï˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛ xö%§yˆÏÓ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚†ÓͧÓ˚ !û˛!_ܲ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y xö%!¤˛ï˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ–
ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆÎyàƒ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÌ≈# ïÑ˛yÓ˚ Óï≈˛üyö ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˛õ)Ó≈Óï≈˛# öy ˆòÄÎ˚y†xÜ,˛ï˛Ü˛yÎ≈ •ÄÎ˚y ˛õe!ê˛Ó˚
˛õÓ˚#«˛yÄ ~ܲ§yˆÏÌ !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
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Year Semester Papers for B.Sc. Papers for B.Sc. Papers for B.A.
(other than EMT) (EMT only) and B.Com.
1st Year 1st Semester FBG, FEG, E-1 & 4* FBG, FEG, E-1 & 4 FBG, FEG, E-1
2nd Semester FHS, E-2, E-3, E-5 & FHS, E-2, E-3, E-5 & FHS, E-2 &
Environmental Studies Environmental Studies Environmental Studies
2nd Year 3rd Semester FST, E-6, E-8* FST, E-6, E-7, E-8 FST, E-3
4th Semester E-7, E-9, E-10, S-1 E-9, E-10, E-11, S-1 E-4, E-5, S-1
3rd Year 5th Semester E-11, E-12*, S-2 E-12, E-13, E-16*, S-2 E-6, E-7, S-2
6th Semester E-13 & E-14 (combined) E-14, E-15, S-3#, AOC E-8, AOC, S-3
E-15, S-3#, AOC

* Practical Courses (100 marks each) (except E-16 in Mathematics is of 50 marks)


E-13 & E-14 combined 50 marks (except Mathematics)
#S-3 is practical paper when the subsidiary subject is lab based otherwise S-3 is a theory paper.

ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !¢«˛y !Ó£ÏÎ˚ܲ !öâ≈^ˇê˛ xö%ÎyÎ˚# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y @ˇÃ•î ~ÓÇ ú˛°yú˛° ≤ÃܲyˆÏ¢Ó˚ ≤Ã!e´Î˚y!ê˛
§Óy≈!ôܲ =Ó˚&c §•Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚ §¡õߨ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ˛– Îy•zˆÏ•yܲ ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ˆÏܲ xöƒyöƒ
§Ó˚ܲy!Ó˚ ~ÓÇ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ ˆ˛õy!£ÏÏï˛ !¢«˛y ≤Ã!ï˛¤˛yˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ܲyë˛yˆÏüyÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ öyöyû˛yˆÏÓ !öû≈˛Ó˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~•z !öû≈˛Ó˚¢#°ï˛y
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xƒyܲyˆÏí˛!üܲ ܲƒyˆÏ°u˛yÓ˚ˆÏܲ !Ó!â¯ï˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ í˛zˆÏmà §,!‹T ܲˆÏÓ˚– ~•z ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ í˛zq(ï˛ x≤Ã#!ï˛Ü˛Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚!fli!ï˛Ó˚
ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî xƒyܲyˆÏí˛!üܲ ܲƒyˆÏ°u˛yÓ˚ !Ó!â¯ï˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ñ Îy !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !öÎ˚sfˆÏîÓ˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚– ~•z §ühflÏ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ˆöï˛y!ç
§%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ §Ó≈òy §ˆÏã˛‹T ÌyˆÏܲ ÎyˆÏï˛ ~•z !Ó°¡∫ ö)ƒöï˛ü ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– ˙ܲy!hsˇÜ˛ ≤ÈÏã˛‹Ty §ˆÏ_¥Ä !ܲå%È !ܲå%È
ˆ«˛ˆÏe ú˛°yú˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ !öÿ˛Î˚ï˛y ≤ÃòyˆÏö !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ x˛õyÓ˚à •Î˚– ˆ§•z §ühflÏ ˆ«˛ˆÏe ˛õÓ˚Óï≈˛# ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏà ÓˆÏܲÎ˚y
ú˛°yú˛° ≤Ãܲy¢ ܲÓ˚y •Î˚– !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ xö%ˆÏÓ˚yô ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏFåÈ ˆÎ ïÑ˛yÓ˚y ˆÎö !ö!ò≈‹T §üÎ˚§#üyÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ ú˛ü≈ ˛õ)Ó˚î
ܲˆÏÓ˚ö– !ܲv Î!ò ˆòáy ÎyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !¢«˛yÌ≈# ïÑ˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏàÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ü,˛ï˛Ü˛yÎ≈ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈö ï˛ˆÏÓ !mï˛#Î˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe
Îy •z!ï˛üˆÏôƒ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ï˛y Óy!ï˛° ӈϰ àîƒ •ˆÏÓ–
16. ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ≤Ã!e´Î˚y S•zû˛ƒy°%ˆÏÎ˚¢ö ≤Èϧ§V
≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö •Î˚ ò%!ê˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛ˆÏï˛
SܲV xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛† •zrê˛yÓ˚öy° xƒyˆÏ§§ˆÏürê˛ Sxû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚öV ≠
ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y Ä ü%_´ !¢«˛ye´ˆÏüÓ˚ xhsˇà≈ï˛ !¢«˛yÈÙÈ˛õk˛!ï˛ˆÏï˛ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ =Ó˚&c˛õ)î≈ û)˛!üܲy xyˆÏåÈ–
ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y ≤Ã!ï˛¤˛yö Ä !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÎ fliyöàï˛ ò)Ó˚c xyˆÏåÈ ï˛yÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ §ÇˆÏÎyàܲyÓ˚# ˆ§ï%˛ !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ Ü˛yç ܲˆÏÓ˚
xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛– !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y xƒy§y•zöˆÏüˆÏrê˛Ó˚ xhsˇà≈ï˛ ≤ß¿=!°Ó˚ í˛z_Ó˚ !°ˆÏá ˛õyë˛yö– ˆÎ í˛z_Ó˚=!° ò)Ó˚!¢«˛ye´ˆÏüÓ˚
xôƒy˛õܲü[˛°#Ó˚ myÓ˚y ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ •Î˚– ~Ó˚ üôƒ !òˆÏÎ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÓyôàüƒï˛yÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ú˛°ö ˆòá ÎyÎ˚– ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛
í˛z_Ó˚˛õe=!° !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˆòÄÎ˚y •Î˚ ühsˇÓƒ§• ~•z ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî ÎyˆÏï˛ ïÑ˛yÓ˚y ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ¢!_´ Ä ò%Ó≈°ï˛y !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚
xÓ!•ï˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– ü)°ƒyÎ˚ܲˆÏòÓ˚ àë˛öü)°Ü˛ Ä xÌ≈˛õ)î≈ ühsˇÓƒ=!°Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !¢«˛î §yú˛°ƒü![˛ï˛
•Î˚– !¢«˛yÌ≈# Ä ò)Ó˚!¢«˛ye´ˆÏüÓ˚ xhsˇà≈ï˛ xôƒy˛õܲü[˛°#Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ Ìyܲy ò)Ó˚c ~•zû˛yˆÏÓ xhsˇ!•≈ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ò%ÈÙÈ˛õˆÏ«˛Ó˚
§ÇˆÏÎyà §y!ôï˛ •Î˚ xƒy§y•zöˆÏüˆÏrê˛Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü–
≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ çöƒ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •Î˚ ~ÓÇ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˆ˛õ˛õyˆÏÓ˚
≤ÃyÆ ˆe´!í˛ê˛ ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ Óƒ!_´àï˛ ˛õ!Ó˚§ÇáƒyˆÏö §ÇÎ%_´ •Î˚– ≤Ã!ï˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ 30 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ à,•#ï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~•zû˛yˆÏÓ
§ühflÏ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ˆe´!í˛ê˛ ö!ÌÓk˛ ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ–
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≤Ã!ï˛ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏà §ühflÏ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˆ˛õ˛õyÓ˚ çüy !òˆÏï˛
•Î˚– ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆ«˛ˆÏe•z !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ çöƒ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö öy Î!ò öy ïÑ˛yÓ˚y xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛
ˆ˛õ˛õyÓ˚ !ö!ò‹T §üˆÏÎ˚ çüy öy !òˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲö– !¢«˛yÌ#≈ˆÏòÓ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ˆÌˆÏܲ ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˆ˛õ˛õyÓ˚=!°
ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ !öˆÏï˛ •Î˚–
~ö. ~§. Ä. •zí˛z ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛≠ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ www.wbnsou.ac.in ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y §ühflÏ ≤Ãy§!Dܲ
ï˛Ìƒ Ä ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ çöƒ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˛õe ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
SáV !¢«˛yÓ£ÏÏ≈yhsˇ Óy ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y ≠
≤Ã!ï˛ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ 70 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ §ÇÓ˚!«˛ï˛ ÌyܲˆÏÓ õy¢ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚
ö)ƒöï˛ü ö¡∫Ó˚ •° §ÇÎ%_´û˛yˆÏÓ 35 xÌ≈yÍ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ Ä xƒy§y•zöˆÏüˆÏrê˛ ≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ !ü!°ˆÏÎ˚ 35
ö¡∫Ó˚ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
SàV àˆÏÓ£Ïîyôü≈# !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ SEMT-16 Óƒï˛#ï˛V ˆ«˛ˆÏe ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y† °ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°ÇÈÙÈܲyüÈÙÈ
•zû˛ƒy°%ˆÏÎ˚¢ö ˆ§¢ö (LCES):
•zˆÏ°!Qû˛ Ä §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !ÓK˛yö ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ (Practical) Üœ˛y§ Óy °ƒyÓˆÏÓ˚ê˛!Ó˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°ÇÈÙÈܲyüÈÙ
•zû˛ƒy°%ˆÏÎ˚¢ö ˆ§¢ö (LCES) !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛˛õ«˛ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚– ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ ˆÜ˛w
ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ •ˆÏÓ ï˛yÄ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ܲˆÏÓ˚–
!ÓK˛yöÈÙÈ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ •zˆÏ°!Qû˛ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ çöƒ ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y=!° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛ˆÏï˛ @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ≠
e´!üܲ §Çáƒy !òö !e´Î˚yܲ°y˛õ üyˆÏöÓ˚ ¢ï˛yÇ¢
1 1ü !òö ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛!ï˛ ˛õÓ≈ 0
2 2Î˚ !òöÈÙÙÙÈ11ï˛ü !òö !öÓ˚Ó!FåÈߨ ˛≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÎ≈yÎ˚ 70%
3 12ï˛ü !òö ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y 30%
!ÓK˛yöÈÙÈ¢yáyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ §yÓ!§!í˛Î˚y!Ó˚ !ӣψÏÎ˚Ó˚ çöƒ ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y=!° !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ ˛õk˛!ï˛ˆÏï˛ @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ≠
e´!üܲ §Çáƒy !òö !e´Î˚yܲ°y˛õ üyˆÏöÓ˚ ¢ï˛yÇ¢
1 1ü !òö ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛!ï˛ ˛õÓ≈ 0
2 2Î˚ !òöÈÙÙÙÈ9ü !òö !öÓ˚Ó!FåÈߨ ˛≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÎ≈yÎ˚ 70%
3 10ü !òö ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛ƒy° ˛õÓ˚#«˛y 30%
≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ (LCES) ≤ÃyÓ˚ˆÏΩ˛ !ö!ò≈‹T §)!ã˛ Ä ˆÜ˛ˆÏwÓ˚ öyü §¡∫!°ï˛ !öˆÏò≈¢öyüy !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw
˛õyë˛yˆÏöy •Î˚ ~ÓÇ ~•z !öˆÏò≈¢öyüy !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛Ä ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ •Î˚ (www.wbnsou.ac.in).
üyey!Óöƒy§ Sˆ@ˇÃˆÏí˛¢öV ≠
≤ÃyÆ ö¡∫Ó˚ ˆ◊!î ˛õÎ≈yÎ˚ Sˆ@ˇÃí˛V
70% ~ÓÇ ï˛ˆÏï˛y!ôܲ ≤ÃÌü ˆ◊!î §y¡øy!öܲ ~+
60% ˆÌˆÏܲ 70%ÙÈ~Ó˚ !öˆÏã˛ ≤ÃÌü ˆ◊!î §y¡øy!öܲ ~
55% ˆÌˆÏܲ 60%Ù~Ó˚ !öˆÏã˛ !mï˛#Î˚ ˆ◊!î §y¡øy!öܲ !Ó+
40% ˆÌˆÏܲ 55%ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ !öˆÏã˛ !mï˛#Î˚ ˆ◊!î §y¡øy!öܲ !Ó
35% ˆÌˆÏܲ 40%ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ !öˆÏã˛ §y¡øy!öܲ åÈyí˛¸y ˛õy¢ !§

17. !í˛!@ˇÃ Ä fl∫#Ü,˛!ï˛


§yú˛ˆÏ°ƒÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü=!° §¡õ)î≈ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ Ü,˛!ï˛ˆÏcÓ˚ !û˛!_ˆÏï˛ !Ó.~.†!Ó.ܲü.†
!Ó.~§!§. !í˛!@ˇÃ °yû˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–

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!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ≤Ãò_ !í˛!@ˇÃ=!° !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ üO%!Ó˚ xyˆÏÎ˚yàñ ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y ˛õ£ÏÏ≈ò ~ÓÇ ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓD §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ myÓ˚y fl∫#Ü,˛ï˛–
~•z fl∫#Ü,˛!ï˛Ó˚ §Ó˚ܲy!Ó˚ xyˆÏò¢öyüy=!° !ö¡¨Ó˚*˛õÈÙÙÙÈ
● University Grants Commission (UGC) u/s 2(f) vide letter No.F.9-2-97 (CPP-I) dated 26
August, 1998.
● Distance Education Council (DEC) vide letter No.f:DEC/OU/Recog/2008 dated 8 April,
2008 and there after UGC-DEB.
● Govt. of West Bengal vide letter No.316-SE(Aptt.) dated 21 March 2000 and 501-SE(A)/
10M-51/99 dated 15 May 2000.
● UGC-DEB for offering programmes through Distance Mode for Academic Year 2018-19
to 2022-23 vide F.No. 1–6/2018 (DEB-I) dated 09.08.2018 & 03.10.2018 and
F.No. I–18/2018 (DEB-I) dated 31.12.2018.
§ú˛°û˛yˆÏÓ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆÜ˛y§≈ Óy ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyü ˆ¢£Ï ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ≤ÃyÆ !Ó.~.†!Ó.ܲü.†!Ó.~§!§. !í˛!@ˇÃ ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚
xöƒ ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy fl∫#Ü,˛ï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ §üï%˛°– ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓD §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ñ ܲˆÏ°çÈÙȧy!û≈˛§ ܲ!ü¢öñ ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ §y!û≈˛§ ܲ!ü¢öñ
•zí˛z!öÎ˚ö ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ §y!û≈˛§ ܲ!ü¢öñ ˆÓ˚°ÄˆÏÎ˚ !Ó˚e%´ê˛ˆÏürê˛ ˆÓyí≈˛ ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ !öˆÏÎ˚yà §Çfliy=!° xöƒyöƒ !öÎ˚!üï˛
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚=!° ˆÌˆÏܲ ≤ÃyÆ !í˛!@ˇÃÓ˚ §üï˛%° üÎ≈yòy ˆòÎ˚– xöƒyöƒ Ó˚yçƒhflψÏÓ˚Ó˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚=!°Ä ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
ï˛Ìy ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ˆÏòÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ fl¨yï˛ˆÏܲy_Ó˚ hflψÏÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §%ˆÏÎyà ˆòÎ˚– xÌ≈yÍ ~•z
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ fl¨yï˛Ü˛ !í˛!@ˇÃ xöƒ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚=!°ˆÏï˛Ä üyöƒï˛y ˛õyÎ˚–
18. ˛õÓ˚#«˛y ˛õk˛!ï˛ §Çe´yhsˇ §yôyÓ˚î !öˆÏò≈!¢Ü˛y
S1V ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚ !§ˆÏfiê˛ü≠ ˛õyë˛e´ˆÏüÓ˚ xÓÎ˚Ó !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ •Î˚ 6ÈÙÈüyˆÏ§Ó˚ §üÎ˚§#üyÓ˚ !û˛!_ˆÏï˛– Î!òÄ Óï≈˛üyˆÏö ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛
˛õÓ˚#«˛y (TEE) xö%!¤˛ï˛ •Î˚ ò%!ê˛ ˆ§ˆÏüfiê˛yÓ˚ ï˛Ìy ~ܲ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˛õ)î≈ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚– Óyͧ!Ó˚ܲ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚
ú˛°yú˛° ≤Ãà!ï˛ÈÙÈ≤Ã!ï˛ˆÏÓòö Sˆ≤ÃyˆÏ@ˇÃ§ !Ó˚ˆÏ˛õyê≈˛VÈÙÈ~ ˆòáy ÎyÎ˚– ï˛ˆÏÓ §ühflÏ !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õˆÏe ˛õy¢ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚
˛õÓ˚ ˆÓ˚çyŒê˛ ≤Ãܲy!¢ï˛ •Î˚ ~ÓÇ üyÜ≈˛!¢ê˛ ≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–
S2V !Ó˚!û˛í˛z !§ˆÏfiê˛ü S˛õ%öɲõÓ˚#«˛î ˛õk˛!ï˛V ≠ !Ó!í˛!˛õ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ çöƒ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ≤ÃÌyàï˛ !Ó˚!û˛í˛z ˛õk˛!ï˛ ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚
ˆö•z– ï˛y•z !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ÎyˆÏï˛ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy x!Óã˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !¢Ü˛yÓ˚ öy •ö ï˛y !ö!ÿ˛ï˛ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y Ä ü)°ƒyÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚
≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ hflψÏÓ˚ §Ω˛yÓƒ §ÓÓ˚ܲü ˛õ)Ó≈ÈÙȧï˛Ü≈˛ï˛y ˆöÄÎ˚y •Î˚–
S3V ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÈÙȧ)!ã˛ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ≠ §yôyÓ˚îï˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ ï˛y!Ó˚á Óò° ܲÓ˚y •Î˚ öy SˆÜ˛yˆÏöy §Ó˚ܲy!Ó˚ ã˛yܲ!Ó˚ Óy xöƒyöƒ
˛õÓ˚#«˛y Ìyܲy §ˆÏ_¥ÄV– ï˛ˆÏÓ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy x!öÓyÎ≈ ܲyÓ˚îÓ¢ï˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ !òö Óò° •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ~ÓÇ ˆ§ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !§k˛yhsˇ•z ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ–
S4V ˛õÓ˚#«˛y ˆÜ˛w ≠ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y=!° !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xyMÈ˛!°Ü˛ ˆÜ˛w xÌÓy §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ xö%ˆÏüy!òï˛
!Ó!û˛ß¨ !¢«˛y≤Ã!ï˛¤˛yˆÏö xö%!¤˛ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ– ~ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !§k˛yhsˇ ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ–
S5V ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ !òö ≠ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛˛õ«˛ §Æy•yˆÏhsˇ xÌÓy ܲyˆÏçÓ˚ !òˆÏö ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ !òö ôyÎ≈ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
~ˆÏ«˛ˆÏeÄ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !§k˛yhsˇ ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ–
S6V !Üœ˛Î˚yí≈˛†˛õy¢ ≠ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !¢«˛yÌ≈# ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õe ˛õy¢ S!Üœ˛Î˚yÓ˚V ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˛õ%öÓ˚yÎ˚ Ä•z ˛õˆÏeÓ˚
˛õÓ˚#«˛y !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö öy– xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !¢«˛yÌ≈# §yú˛ˆÏ°ƒÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆÜ˛y§≈ §üyÆ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏ°Ä ˛õ%öÓ˚yÎ˚ Ä•z
ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈ û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö öy–
S7V x!öÎ˚!üï˛ í˛z˛õ!fli!ï˛ ≠ Î!ò ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !¢«˛yÌ≈# ˛õÓ˚#«˛y òÆÓ˚ myÓ˚y Ó!^ˇê˛ï˛ ˜Óô xƒyí˛!üê˛ Ü˛yí≈˛ S≤ÈÏÓ¢˛õeV xÌÓy
ˆÓ˚y° öÇ Se´!üܲ §ÇáƒyV åÈyí˛¸y•z ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ xÓï˛#î≈ •ö ï˛y•ˆÏ° ïÑ˛yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y x!öÎ˚!üï˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ àîƒ
•ˆÏÓ ~ÓÇ ˆ§•z í˛z_Ó˚˛õe ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ •ˆÏÓ öy–
S8V í˛z_Ó˚˛õe ≤Ãy!ÆÓ˚ §üÎ˚§#üy ≠ ú˛°yú˛° ≤ÃܲyˆÏ¢Ó˚ !ï˛ö üyˆÏ§Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ í˛z_Ó˚˛õe §ÇÓ˚«˛î ܲÓ˚y
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õˆÏ«˛ §Ω˛Ó öÎ˚– ˛õÓ˚#«˛y §Çe´yhsˇ xöƒyöƒ ï˛ˆÏ̃Ó˚ çöƒ ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö xÌÓy ˛õÓ˚#«˛yòƈÏÓ˚ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–

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19. ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛ ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚V
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏüÏ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ôÓ˚ˆÏöÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ#≈ÈÙȧ•yÎ˚ï˛y ˆ§Óy ≤Ãòyö ܲˆÏÓ˚– !Ó£ÏÎ˚ §¡∫!°ï˛
˛õyë˛ˆÏÜÏ˛w=!°Ó˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ ï˛y!°Ü˛y ~áyˆÏö §ÇˆÏÎy!çï˛ •°– ~•z ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!° Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ §ühflÏ ˆç°yÓ˚ ü%áƒfliyˆÏö
xÓ!fliï˛ ~ÓÇ àî˛õ!Ó˚Ó•öÈÙÈ~Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü §ÇÎ%_´– ܲˆÏ°ç ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y°ö §!ü!ï˛Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü xôƒ«˛ ü•y¢Î˚ myÓ˚y !öÎ%_´
§MÈ˛y°Ü˛ Ä Ü˛ü≈#Ó,ˆÏ®Ó˚ myÓ˚y ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛y!°ï˛ •Î˚ ~•z ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°– !ÓÓÓ˚î˛õe S≤çˆÏ˛õQy§Vñ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe §•
§ÓôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ï˛ÌƒÈÙȧ•yÎ˚ï˛y ~•z ˆÜ˛w=!° ˆÌˆÏܲ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ–
≤Ã!ï˛ !¢«˛yӈϣÏ≈Ó˚ ≤ÃyÓ˚ˆÏΩ˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!° !¢«˛yÌ#≈ˆÏòÓ˚ xyüsfî çyöyÎ˚ ≤ÃyÓ˚!Ω˛Ü˛ §û˛yÎ˚– ˆÎáyˆÏö !¢«˛yÌ#≈Ó˚y
!ÓŸª!Óòƒ°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ °«˛ƒñ í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ Ä Ü˛yÎ≈˛õk˛!ï˛ ~ÓÇ ò)Ó˚!¢«˛y ˛õk˛!ï˛ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ xÓ!•ï˛ •ö–
˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!° !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°ÇÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §üÎ˚§)!ã˛ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ Ä !ÓK˛y!˛õï˛ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚– §yôyÓ˚îï˛ Ü˛yí˛zˆÏ™!°ÇÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §)!ã˛
§Æy•yˆÏhsˇ xÌÓy Ä•z ≤Ã!ï˛¤˛yˆÏöÓ˚ å%È!ê˛Ó˚ §üÎ˚ ˆòˆÏá ˜ï˛!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–
˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!° !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ˆ˛õ˛õyÓ˚ §Ç@ˇÃ• ܲˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ !Óï˛Ó˚î ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ÓÇ ï˛yÓ˚
ü)°ƒyÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ÓƒÓfliy ܲˆÏÓ˚–
!ÓÓÓ˚î˛õe S≤çˆÏ˛õQy§Vñ ï˛Ìƒñ xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ≤Ãôyö ܲyÎ≈y°Î˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ §Ó˚y§!Ó˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚
§Ó˚ÓÓ˚y• ܲÓ˚y •Î˚ öy– ~•z §ühflÏ !ܲå%ÈÓ˚ çöƒ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°Ó˚ §ˆÏD ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
§ÇˆÏ«˛ˆÏ˛õ Ó°y ÎyÎ˚ñ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛ÈÙȈ§rê˛yÓ˚V !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ~ÓÇ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˜òö!®ö §ÇˆÏÎyà
Ó˚«˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚– í˛zFã˛üyˆÏöÓ˚ !Óòƒyàï˛ Ä ˜ö!ï˛Ü˛ üyˆÏöÓ˚ çöƒ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ ˙ܲy!hsˇÜ˛û˛yˆÏÓ §ˆÏã˛‹T Ä üÎ≈yòy§¡õߨ xyã˛Ó˚î
ÓyN˛ö#Î˚–
19.1 ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Ä ˆ§=!°ˆÏï˛ xö%ˆÏüy!òï˛ ˆÜ˛y§≈ ï˛y!°Ü˛y (List of Study Centres
along with approved Courses)
38-43 ˛õ,¤˛y ˆòá%ö–
19.2 ˆç°y!û˛!_ܲ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw (District wise List of Study Centres)
44-45 ˛õ,¤˛y ˆòá%ö–
20. !¢«˛yÌ≈# §•yÎ˚ï˛y Sfiê%˛ˆÏí˛rê˛ §yˆÏ˛õyê˛≈ §y!û≈˛§V
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !Óòƒyàï˛ Ä ≤ây§!öܲ ˛õ!Ó˚ܲyë˛yˆÏüyÓ˚ ≤Ãôyö x!û˛ü%á •° §ühflÏ ˛õk˛!ï˛!ê˛ ÎyˆÏï˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚
xö%Ü)˛° •Î˚– û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ˛õ)Ó≈ §üÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ §y!ê≈˛!ú˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ˛õÎ≈hsˇ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˛õÎ≈yˆÏÎ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ
!Óòƒyàï˛ Ä xöƒyöƒ §•ˆÏÎy!àï˛y !öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲö–
● ≤Ãôyö ܲyÎ≈y°Î˚ñ xyMÈ˛!°Ü˛ ˆÜ˛w Ä ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°ˆÏï˛ û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ˛õ)Ó≈ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°Ç •Î˚–
● !˛õ !§ !˛õÈÙÈÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü ≤Ãï˛ƒ«˛ !¢«˛îÈÙȧ•yÎ˚ï˛y ˆòÄÎ˚y •Î˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°ˆÏï˛–
● !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ˆÜ˛w=!°ˆÏï˛ !ӈϢ£ÏK˛ xôƒy˛õܲˆÏòÓ˚ xô#ˆÏö ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ í˛z õyòyö§• ≤ÃyˆÏÎ˚y!àܲ S≤Ãy!Qܲƒy°V Üœ˛y§ •Î˚–
● !ö!ò≈‹T !Ó£ÏψÏÎ˚Ó˚ ã˛y!•òy xö%ÎyÎ˚# !Ó!û˛ß¨ ܲü≈¢y°yñ !¢«˛yü)°Ü˛ ºüî ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ xyˆÏÎ˚y!çï˛ •Î˚–
● !öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö Ä ï˛Ìƒ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢ö–
● ˛õyë˛yàyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ §%!Óôy–
● !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw Ä xyMÈ˛!°Ü˛ ˆÜ˛ˆÏw ˛õÓ˚#«˛y @ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–

20.1 @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õyë˛Ó˚ï˛ åÈyeåÈye#Ó˚y @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ£ÏÓy ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚– SLM åÈyí˛¸yÄ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˛õyë˛ƒ˛õ%hflÏܲñ
xyܲÓ˚@ˇÃsiñ ˛õe˛õ!eܲy •zï˛ƒy!ò ~•z @ˇÃsiyàyˆÏÓ˚ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyÎ˚– @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚!ê˛ Óï≈˛üyˆÏö !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲ°ƒyî# CampusÈÙ~
Warehouse !Ó!”ÈÇÙÈ~Ó˚ 3 ï˛°yÎ˚ xÓ!fliï˛–

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ˆáy°y ÌyܲyÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ≠ ˆ§yüÈÙÈ÷e´ ò%˛õ%Ó˚ 12ê˛y ˆÌˆÏܲ !Óܲy° 4ˆê˛ ˛õÎ≈hsˇ– ¢!ö ~ÓÇ Ó˚!ÓÓyÓ˚ Üœ˛y§ Ä ≤Ãyܲ!ê˛Ü˛y°
Üœ˛y§ ã˛°yܲy°#ö @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ ˆáy°y–
@ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ !öÎ˚ü ≠ åÈyeåÈye#ˆÏòÓ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ §û˛ƒ •ÓyÓ˚ ú˛ü≈ @ˇÃsiyàyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ x!ú˛§ ˆÌˆÏܲ §Ç@ˇÃ• ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
•ˆÏÓ– ˆ§!ê˛ ÎÌyÎÌ ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲˆÏÓ˚ x!ú˛ˆÏ§ çüy ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ §ò§ƒ˛õe Sܲyí≈˛V ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÓ– ~Ó˚ myÓ˚y åÈyeåÈye#Ó˚y
@ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ §%ˆÏÎyà ˛õyˆÏÓ– xy˛õyï˛ï˛ ÷ô% ˛õyë˛Ü˛«˛ ~ÓÇ ≤Ã!ï˛!°!˛õ (photocopy) ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ£ÏÓy ˆòÄÎ˚y
•ˆÏÓ–
˛õyëܲ«˛ (Study Corners) : @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ£ÏÓyˆÏܲ Ó˚yçƒÓƒy˛õ# åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÓyÓ˚ çöƒ ~•z Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚
ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!ê˛ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ˆç°y @ˇÃsiyàyˆÏÓ˚ NSOUÙÈ~Ó˚ ˛õyë˛Ü˛«˛ ˜ï˛!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– §yÓ˚y ˆòˆÏ¢ ~•z ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ í˛zˆÏòƒyà ~•z
≤ÃÌü– ~Ó˚ ú˛ˆÏ° !Ó!û˛ß¨ ò)Ó˚Óï≈˛# ˆç°yÓ˚ åÈyeåÈye#Ó˚y !ӈϢ£Ïû˛yˆÏÓ í˛z˛õÜ,˛ï˛ •ˆÏÓö– ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓD §Ó˚ܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ çö!¢«˛y
≤çyÓ˚ Ä @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚ !Óû˛yˆÏàÓ˚ §!e´Î˚ §•ˆÏÎy!àï˛yÎ˚ ˆç°y @ˇÃsiyàyÓ˚=!°ˆÏï˛ ~•z ˛õyë˛Ü˛«˛=!° àˆÏí˛¸ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ ÙÙÙÈ!Ó¢ò
˛õyë˛Ü˛«˛ ï˛y!°Ü˛yÓ˚ çöƒ 47 ˛õ,¤˛y ˆòá%ö–
21. ܲyÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ
e´!üܲ !Óû˛yà !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ ˆê˛!°ˆÏú˛yö öÇ •zÈÙȈü° xy•z!í˛
§Çáƒy
1. !öÓ¶˛ö û˛!ï≈˛ §Çe´yhsˇ 033ÈÙÈ4066 3220 nsou@wbnsou.ac.in
!öÓ¶˛ö §Çe´yhsˇ 033ÈÙÈ4066 3223
˛õ%öö≈Ó#ܲÓ˚î §Çe´yhsˇ
2. ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î 033ÈÙÈ4066 3218 aichnsou@gmail.com
3. ˛õÓ˚#«˛y xƒyí˛!üí˛ Ü˛yí≈˛ §Çe´yhsˇ 033ÈÙÈ2463 0292 coe.bdp@wbnsou.ac.in
xƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛ §Çe´yhsˇ 033ÈÙÈ2463 0293
ê˛yü≈ÈÙÈ~u˛ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y §Çe´yhsˇ
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22. !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ x!û˛ˆÏÎyà


ˆÎÈÙÈˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ x!û˛ˆÏÎyà çyöyˆÏöyÓ˚ çöƒ §•Ü˛yÓ˚# x!ôܲï≈˛yñ fiê˛y!í˛ ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚ xÌÓy xy•ùyÎ˚ܲñ !¢«˛yÌ≈# x!û˛ˆÏÎyà
!ö‹õ!_ !Óû˛yàÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà ܲÓ˚&ö !ã˛!ë˛ xÌÓy •zÈÙȈüˆÏ°Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü–
•zÈÙȈü°≠ asstdirector.nsou@gmail.com
!ã˛!ë˛ ˛õyë˛yˆÏöyÓ˚ !ë˛Ü˛yöy ≠ !í˛!í˛ÈÙÈ26ñ ˆ§QÓ˚ÈÙÈ1ñ §Œê˛ˆÏ°Ü˛ !§!ê˛ñ ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yÈÙÈ700 064
~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈# ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚≠
ï˛ÑyÓ˚ §ühflÏ ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ !°!áï˛ x!û˛ˆÏÎyàñ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ ≤Ãyüyîƒ ï˛ˆÏ̃Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!°!˛õ §• ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ §MÈ˛y°Ü˛ ü•y¢Î˚
myÓ˚y fl∫y«˛!Ó˚ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ xy§ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– xöƒÌyÎ˚ x!û˛ˆÏÎyà!ê˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛˛õ«˛ myÓ˚y @ˇÃy•ƒ •ˆÏÓ öy–
23. ܲü≈ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe ü!•°yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÎÔöÈÙÈ!ö˛õ#í˛¸ö §Çe´yhsˇ ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ö#!ï˛
Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal)
Act, 2013ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §ˆÏD §D!ï˛ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ~ÓÇ ï˛Í˛õÓ˚Óï≈˛# !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ üO%Ó˚# ܲ!ü¢ˆÏöÓ˚ !öˆÏò≈¢yÓ°# xö%ÎyÎ˚#ñ ˆöï˛y!ç
§%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲü≈ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe öyÓ˚# !öÎ≈yï˛ö ≤Ã!ï˛ˆÏÓ˚yô !ö!£ÏÏk˛Ü˛Ó˚î Ä ¢y!hflÏ!ÓôyˆÏöÓ˚ çöƒ ~ܲ!ê˛ ö#!ï˛ !öô≈yÓ˚î
ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ~ÓÇ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ≤ÃyDˆÏî ü!•°y ܲü≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ ˆÎÔöÈÙÈ!ö˛õ#í˛¸ö §Çe´yhsˇ xyû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î x!û˛ˆÏÎyà
@ˇÃ•ˆÏîÓ˚ çöƒ Internal Complaints Committee àë˛ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ–
~•z ö#!ï˛ §Çe´yhsˇ xy•zö Ä ˛õk˛!ï˛àï˛ áÓÓ˚yáÓÓ˚ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ üO%Ó˚# ܲ!ü¢ˆÏöÓ˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ÈÙÈ~ (www.ugc.ac.in)
˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ– ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yÈÙÈx!í≈˛ˆÏöê˛Ó˚ Óy ˆÎáyˆÏöÏ ˛õyë˛ÈˆÏÜÏ˛w!ê˛ xÓ!fliï˛ ˆ§áyöܲyÓ˚ xôƒˆÏ«˛Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆÎÔöÈÙÈ!ö˛õ#í˛¸ö
§Çe´yhsˇ x!û˛ˆÏÎyà çyöyˆÏöy ÎyˆÏÓ–
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24. ≤Ã!¢«˛î áÓ˚ˆÏã˛ åÈyí˛¸
≤Ã!¢«˛î áÓ˚ˆÏã˛ åÈyˆÏí˛¸Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öy!ê˛ ˆÜ˛Ó°üye ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ !°ˆÏDÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ çöƒ ≤ÈÏÎy烖 ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ !°ˆÏDÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y
ˆÎˆÏܲyˆÏöy !Ó!í˛!˛õ ˛õyë˛e´ˆÏü û˛!ï˛≈ Óy ˛õ%öö≈Ó#ܲÓ˚îÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ≤Ã!¢«˛î áÓ˚ã˛ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,˛≈˛õˆÏ«˛Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ
xyˆÏÓòö çüy !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y §yòy ܲyàˆÏç xyˆÏÓòö˛õe!ê˛ !°áˆÏÓö !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !öÓ¶˛Ü˛ˆÏܲ í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ
ܲˆÏÓ˚– xyˆÏÓòö˛õe!ê ~ÓÇ xyˆÏÓòö˛õˆÏeÓ˚ §üÌ≈öܲyÓ˚# !ö¡¨!°!áï˛ ö!Ì=!° ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yÈÙÈx!í≈˛ˆÏöê˛ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ myÓ˚y
≤Ãï˛ƒ!Î˚ï˛ •ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
1– ≤Ã!¢«˛î áÓ˚ã˛ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ≤Ãüyî˛õe Óy !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ ˆ˛õˆÏürê˛ Ü˛öú˛yˆÏü≈¢ö Ó˚!¢ò–
2– ï,˛ï˛#Î˚ !°ˆÏDÓ˚ ≤Ãyüyîƒï˛yÓ˚ §˛õˆÏ«˛ ˆÜ˛!wÎ˚ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ Óy Ó˚yçƒ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ˆü!í˛Ü˛ƒy° x!ú˛§yÓ˚ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚
¢Ç§y˛õe˘†xyôyÓ˚–
xyˆÏÓòö˛õe ~ÓÇ xyˆÏÓòö˛õˆÏeÓ˚ §üÌ≈öܲyÓ˚# ö!Ì=!° Îyã˛y•z ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ≤Ã!¢«˛î áÓ˚ã˛ xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#ˆÏܲ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛
ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚–
25. ≤ÃyÎ˚¢ !çK˛y§ƒ
ˆÎ §ühflÏ ≤ß¿ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y §ã˛Ó˚yã˛Ó˚ !çK˛y§y ܲˆÏÓ˚öñ ˛õ)Ó≈yö%üyˆÏöÓ˚ !û˛!_ˆÏï˛ !öˆÏã˛ ï˛yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!ê˛ í˛z_Ó˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y •°–
xy!ü ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ xö°y•zö xyˆÏÓòö˛õe ˛õyÓ⁄ xyüyÓ˚ ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚y xyˆÏÓòö˛õe xÌÓy ˆÎyàƒï˛yüyö ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ Îyã˛y•z
ܲÓ˚Ó⁄ ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚y xyˆÏÓòö˛õe ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ çüy ˆòÓ⁄
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ !ÓK˛!Æ çy!Ó˚ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ xy˛õ!ö xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛§Çe´yhsˇ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛ §ühflÏ ï˛Ìƒ ˛õyˆÏÓö Sû˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ !ÓK˛!ƈÏï˛
!Ó¢ò §ÇˆÏÎyà í˛z˛õ°∏˛ •ˆÏÓV–
˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚y xyˆÏÓòö˛õe xÌÓy ˆÎyàƒï˛yüyö xy˛õöyˆÏܲ Îyã˛y•z ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ xy˛õöyÓ˚ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛
ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚ÈVÙÈ~Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü SˆÎ!ê˛ xy˛õöyÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õˆÏe í˛z!Õ‘!áï˛ xyˆÏåÈV–
xy˛õöyÓ˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ!ú˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ÈÙÈ!ö!ò≈‹T ÓƒyˆÏB˛ çüy !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆ§•z Ó˚!§ò Ä xöƒyöƒ !¢«˛yàï˛ ˆÎyàƒï˛yÓ˚ §Ü˛°
§öò Ä ö¡∫Ó˚˛õˆÏeÓ˚ ˆú˛yˆÏê˛yܲ!˛õ§• ˛õ)Ó˚î ܲÓ˚y xyˆÏÓòö˛õe !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
xy!ü !ܲ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Sfiê˛y!í˛ ˆ§rê˛yÓ˚V Óò° ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚⁄
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ¢ï≈˛ §yˆÏ˛õˆÏ«˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Óò° ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xö%Ü)˛ˆÏ° ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yÎ˚
≤ÈÏòÎ˚ 500 S˛õÑyã˛¢ï˛V ê˛yܲyÓ˚ ÓƒyB˛ í»˛yú˛ê˛ çüy !òˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏÓòö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~•z ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe ï˛áö•z @ˇÃy•ƒ •ˆÏÓ
Îáö !¢«˛yÌ≈# ã˛yܲ!Ó˚ñ !ÓÓy• xÌÓy ˛õ!Ó˚ÓyÓ˚ fliyöyhsˇˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Óò° ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏÓö– í˛z˛õˆÏÓ˚y_´ ܲyÓ˚î=!°Ó˚
ÎÌyÎÌ ≤Ãüyî ÌyܲˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
xyüyÓ˚ ˛õO#û%˛_´Ü˛Ó˚î §Çáƒy ï˛Ìy ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚˛õe S~öˆÏÓ˚y°ˆÏürê˛ÈÙÈܲyüÈÙÈxy•zˆÏí˛ö!ê˛!ê˛ Ü˛yí≈˛V •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ° ܲ# ܲÓ˚Ó⁄
xyˆÏÓòöܲyÓ˚#ˆÏܲ ÎÌy¢#â  §Ω˛Ó fliyö#Î˚ ÌyöyÎ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ í˛yÎ˚y!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ~öˆÏÓ˚y°ˆÏürê˛ÈÙÈܲyüÈÙÈxy•zˆÏí˛ö!ê˛!ê˛ Ü˛y˘í≈˛ÈÙÈ~Ó˚
≤Ã!ï˛Ó˚*˛õ†xö%!°!˛õ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xö%Ü)˛ˆÏ° ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yÎ˚ ≤ÈÏòÎ˚ 500 S˛õÑyã˛¢ï˛ V ê˛yܲyÓ˚ ÓƒyB˛ í»˛yú˛ê˛ñ
ÌyöyÎ˚ ܲÓ˚y í˛yÎ˚y!Ó˚Ó˚ xy§° ܲ!˛õ §• !öÓ¶˛Ü˛ ü•y¢ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ xyˆÏÓòö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– xy˛õöyÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe!ê˛ xÓ¢ƒ•z
˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y!í≈˛ˆÏöê˛Ó˚ ü•y¢ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ fl∫y«˛Ó˚ Ä !§°ˆÏüy•Ó˚ §¡∫!°ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆ≤Ã!Ó˚ï˛ •ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
xy!ü !öˆÏçÓ˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ˛õåÈ® ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚Ó öy!ܲ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !ë˛Ü˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆòˆÏÓ⁄
xy˛õ!ö xy˛õöyÓ˚ §%!ÓˆÏô üï˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ÓyåȈÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö– ï˛ˆÏÓ üˆÏö Ó˚yáˆÏÓö !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ xö%ˆÏüy!òï˛ §ühflÏ ˆÜ˛y§≈
§Ó ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw í˛z˛õ°∏˛ öÎ˚– ï˛y•z ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw ÓyåÈy•z ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆòˆÏá !öö xy˛õöyÓ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ˆÜ˛y§≈!ê˛ !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw
xyˆÏåÈ !ܲ öy– §yôyÓ˚îû˛yˆÏÓ xy˛õöyÓ˚ ˛õåȈϮÓ˚ ˆÜ˛w xy˛õöyˆÏܲ ˆòÄÎ˚y •Î˚– ï˛ˆÏÓ Óƒ!ï˛e´ü# Ä x˛õ!Ó˚•yÎ≈ ˛õ!Ó˚!fli!ï˛ˆÏï˛
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ xy°yòy ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Ó^ˇê˛ö†ÓÓ˚yj ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ~ÓÇ ~•z ˆ«˛ˆÏe !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !§k˛yhsˇ ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ–
ˆÜ˛y§≈ !ú˛ ܲ#û˛yˆÏÓ ≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚Ó⁄
xö°y•zö ˆ˛õˆÏürê˛ ˆàê˛ÄˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü xÌÓy !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ÓƒyB˛ ã˛y°yöÈÙÈ~Ó˚ üyôƒˆÏü xy˛õ!ö !ú˛ çüy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö– !ú˛ çüy §Çe´yhsˇ ˛õk˛!ï˛Ó˚ !ӣψÏÎ˚ !Ó¢ò çyöˆÏï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zˆÏê˛Ó˚ û˛!ï≈˛§Çe´yhsˇ !ÓK˛!Æ Ä
!öˆÏò≈!¢Ü˛y ˆòá%ö–
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xy!ü xyüyÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe !ܲ í˛yܲˆÏÎyˆÏà ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw ˛õyë˛yˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚⁄
öyñ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö öy– ܲyÓ˚îñ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw ~ܲ!ê˛ !ö!ò≈‹T ≤Ã!e´Î˚yÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü xy˛õöyÓ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe Îyã˛y•z ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏÓ– xÌ≈yÍ
xy˛õöyˆÏܲ Óƒ!_´àï˛û˛yˆÏÓ í˛z˛õ!fliï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏÓòö˛õe çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
xyˆÏÓòö˛õe çüy ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ xyüyˆÏܲ ܲ# ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ⁄
˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw Ä !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ï˛Ó˚ˆÏú˛ Îyã˛y•z •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ xy˛õ!ö û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ˆÎyàƒ •ˆÏ° xy˛õöyÓ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw
ˆÌˆÏܲ xy˛õ!ö ~ܲ!ê˛ ~öˆÏÓ˚y°ˆÏürê˛ÈÙÈܲyüÈÙÈxy•zˆÏí˛ö!ê˛!ê˛ Ü˛y˘í≈˛ ˛õyˆÏÓö Îy xy˛õöyÓ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ≤Ãüyî˛õe Ó˚*ˆÏ˛õ
!ÓˆÏÓ!ã˛ï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ ≤Ãï˛ƒy•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ !ܲ öy ~ÓÇ û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ!ú˛ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓy !ܲ öy⁄
û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ!ú˛ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ xÌÓy xöƒ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ §ˆÏD §ü!ß∫ï˛ Ü˛Ó˚y •ˆÏÓ öy S~ Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ xyÓ˚Ä çyöˆÏï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
xƒyí˛!ü¢ö ĈÏÎ˚Ó§y•zê˛ ˆòá%öV–
û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ xy!ü !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ Óò° ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ !ܲ⁄
!Ó. !í˛. !˛õ. ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö xÓfliyˆÏï˛•z !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö (subject change) ܲÓ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ öy– ~•z ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî
!¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ û˛!ï≈˛Ó˚ xyˆÏà û˛yˆÏ°yû˛yˆÏÓ ˆÜ˛y§≈ Ä !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ !ã˛hsˇy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ xö%ˆÏÓ˚yô ܲÓ˚y •ˆÏFåÈ–
xy!ü ~ܲ•z §ˆÏD ò%!ê˛ ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyüÈÙÈ~ ˆöï˛y!ç §%û˛y£Ï ü%_´ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚Ó⁄
öyñ ~ܲçö !¢«˛yÌ≈# ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ !Ó.!í˛.!˛õ. ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏü•z û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö– ~•z !öÎ˚ü °!Aâï˛ •ˆÏ°
ˆ§•z !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ ≤ÃyÌ≈#˛õò (candidature) Óy!ï˛° ӈϰ àîƒ •ˆÏÓ ~ÓÇ ˆÜ˛yöÄ û˛!ï≈˛ÈÙÈ!ú˛ ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓö öy– ï˛ˆÏÓ
~ܲçö !Ó.!í˛.!˛õ. !¢«˛yÌ≈# ~ܲ•z §ˆÏD ~•z !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°Î˚ xö%ˆÏüy!òï˛ ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ~ܲ!ê˛ !í˛ˆÏ≤’yüy† §y!ê≈˛!ú˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛†ˆê˛Δ!öÇ
ˆ≤Ãy@ˇÃyˆÏü û˛!ï≈˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– !ܲvñ ˆ§ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe Ä•z ò%•zˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyí˛zˆÏ™!°Ç ~ÓdžxÌÓy ˛õÓ˚#«˛y§)!ã˛ ~ܲ •ˆÏ°ñ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
˛õˆÏ«˛ ï˛y ˆÜ˛yˆÏöyû˛yˆÏÓ•z ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ܲÓ˚y §Ω˛Ó öÎ˚–
˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚î xôƒÎ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy §ü§ƒyÓ˚ §¡ø%á#ö •ˆÏ° ܲ# ܲÓ˚î#Î˚⁄
!¢«˛yÌ#≈ˆÏòÓ˚ myÓ˚y !öÓy≈!ã˛ï˛ !ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw=!°ˆÏï˛ §Æy•yˆhÏsˇ xÌÓy åÈ%!ê˛Ó˚ !òˆÏö !¢«˛yÌ#≈ ~ÓÇ
ܲyí˛zˆÏ™°Ó˚ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ ü%ˆÏáyü%!á xyˆÏ°yã˛öyÓ˚ ÓƒÓfliy ÌyˆÏܲ– ˆ§áyˆÏö !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ˛õyë˛àï˛ !Ó!û˛ß¨ §ü§ƒy Óy !çK˛y§ƒ=!°
§¡∫ˆÏ¶˛ xyˆÏ°yã˛öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !öˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö–
!˛õ.!§.!˛õ.ÈÙÈˆï˛ xyüyÓ˚ í˛zõ!fli!ï˛ !ܲ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛⁄
ï˛y!_¥Ü˛˛õe=!°Ó˚ !˛õ.!§.!˛õ.ÈÙÈˆï˛ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚ í˛zõ!fli!ï˛ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛ öÎ˚ó Î!ò öy xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ӈϢ!£ÏÏï˛†!öˆÏò≈!¢ï˛ •Î˚–
ï˛Í§ˆÏ_¥Ä !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !˛õ.!§.!˛õ.ÈÙÈ=!°ˆÏï˛ í˛z˛õ!fliï˛ ÌyܲyÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚yü¢≈ ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏFåÈñ ÎyˆÏï˛ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ !¢«˛yÌ≈#Ó˚y ïÑ˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §•˛õyë˛#
~ÓÇ Ü˛yí˛zˆÏ™°Ó˚ˆÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˛õyë˛!Ó£ÏÏÎ˚ܲ !öçfl∫ üï˛ Ä !ã˛hsˇyÈÙÈû˛yÓöyÓ˚ xyòyöÈÙÈ≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– ~•z ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ xyˆÏ°yã˛öyÓ˚
üyôƒˆÏü ˛õyë˛ÈÙÈí˛z˛õܲÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ò%Ó˚*• xÇ¢=!° §•ˆÏç•z •*òÎ˚Dü ܲÓ˚y ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚–
!˛õ.!§.!˛õ §üÎ˚§)!ã˛ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ xy!ü !ܲû˛yˆÏÓ xÓàï˛ •Ó⁄
xy˛õöyÓ˚ !öÓ≈y!ã˛ï˛ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲw xy˛õöyˆÏܲ !˛õ.!§.!˛õ. §üÎ˚§)!ã˛ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ xÓ!•ï˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ– §yôyÓ˚îï˛ñ !˛õ.!§.!˛õ.ÈÙÈ=!°
§Æy•yˆÏhsˇ S¢!öÓyÓ˚†Ó˚!ÓÓyÓ˚V xÌÓy å%È!ê˛Ó˚ !òˆÏö xyˆÏÎ˚y!çï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ– ˆÜ˛yˆÏ§≈Ó˚ xhsˇÓ˚Óï≈˛# §üÎ˚ܲyˆÏ° !˛õ.!§.!˛õ §)!ã˛
§¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ xÓ!•ï˛ ÌyܲˆÏï˛ xy˛õöyÓ˚ ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏwÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y!í≈˛ˆÏöê˛Ó˚ÈÙÈ~Ó˚ §ˆÏD !öÎ˚!üï˛ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà Ó˚yáy ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö–
xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö Sxƒy§y•zöˆÏürê˛VÈÙÈ~ xy!ü ˆÜ˛ö xÇ¢@ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚Óñ ~•z ≤Ã!e´Î˚y!ê˛ˆÏï˛ xÇ¢@ˇÃ•î ܲÓ˚y !ܲ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛⁄
ˆÜ˛y§≈!ê˛ §ú˛°û˛yˆÏÓ §¡õߨ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ≤Ã!e´Î˚y!ê˛ ï˛yͲõÎ≈˛õ)î≈– !¢«˛yÈÙÈ˛õk˛!ï˛!ê˛ˆÏܲ xyÓ˚Ä §•çï˛Ó˚
ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚öÈÙÈ~Ó˚ í˛z_Ó˚˛õe!ê˛ ò)Ó˚!¢«˛ye´ˆÏüÓ˚ xôƒy˛õܲü[˛°#Ó˚ ühsˇÓƒ§• ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ •Î˚– ~Ó˚ myÓ˚y
!¢«˛yÌ≈# ïÑ˛yÓ˚ !öç ˛õë˛öÈÙÈ˛õyë˛ˆÏöÓ˚ üyˆÏöÓ˚ e´üí˛zߨ!ï˛Ó˚ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ xÓ!•ï˛ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö– xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ≤Ã!e´Î˚y!ê˛
!¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏòÓ˚ !Ó£ÏÏÎ˚!ê˛ˆÏï˛ àë˛öü)°Ü˛ !ÓÓô≈ˆÏö §y•y΃ ܲˆÏÓ˚–
•Ñƒyñ ï˛y!_¥Ü˛˛õˆÏeÓ˚ çöƒ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ≤Ã!e´Î˚y!ê˛ xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛– Óyͧ!Ó˚ܲ ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÎ˚ Ó§yÓ˚ çöƒ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
üˆÏôƒ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ï˛y!_¥Ü˛˛õˆÏeÓ˚ çöƒ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe!ê˛ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚y xyÓ!¢ƒÜ˛– ã)˛í˛¸yhsˇ ú˛°yú˛° ≤Û!ï˛Ó˚ ˆ«˛ˆÏe
xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚öÈÙÈ~Ó˚ =Ó˚&c 30 ¢ï˛yÇ¢–

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ܲáö ~ÓÇ !ܲû˛yˆÏÓ xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe!ê˛ çüy ˆòÓ⁄
!ÓŸª!Óòƒy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚#«˛y !öÎ˚yüܲ òÆÓ˚ ܲï,≈˛Ü˛ !öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ §üÎ˚§)!ã˛Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ !¢«˛yÌ≈#ˆÏܲ ïÑ˛yÓ˚ !öç ˛õyë˛ˆÏܲˆÏw xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î
ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe!ê˛ çüy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
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ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe!ê˛Ó˚ üyˆÏöÓ˚ ܲ# •ˆÏÓ⁄
çüy •ÄÎ˚y xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe=!°Ó˚ üyö ˛õO#û)˛ï˛Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏîÓ˚ §üÎ˚§#üy SåÈÎ˚ ÓͧÓ˚V ˛õÎ≈hsˇ §ÇÓ˚!«˛ï˛ ÌyܲˆÏÓ–
xû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö˛õe ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ü)°ƒy!Î˚ï˛ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ üyöÈÙÈÓ,!k˛Ó˚ çöƒ ˛õ%öÓ˚yÎ˚ çüy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚Ó !ܲ⁄
öyñ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˛õ!Ó˚!fli!ï˛ˆÏï˛•z ˆ§!ê˛ xy˛õ!ö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓö öy–
Different Administrative and Academic Wings of NSOU
Vice-Chancellor’s Secretariat
● DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064
Registrar’s Office
● DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 3211, Fax : 033 4062 3171
Study Centres Department
● DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 3205
Office of the Controller of Examinations
● 2nd Floor, 134/1, Meghnad Saha Sarani, Kolkata-700 029, Phone: 033 2463 0292, Fax: 033 2465 6936
School of Sciences
● City Campus: 1) DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 3217,
2) 1st Floor, K-2, Bidhannagar Fire Station, Sector-V, Salt Lake City,
Kolkata-700 091, Phone: 033 2357 2947, 033 2357 7644
● Academic Campus : 1) Kalyani Regional Centre, Academic Building, Ghoshpara Station Road,
Kalyani, Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 6611,
2) Durgapur Regional Centre (Adjacent to Durgapur Govt. College Campus), Jawahar Lal Nehru Road,
Durgapur, Dist. : Paschim Burdwan, PIN-713 214,
3) Jalpaiguri Regional Centre (Adjacent to Jalpaiguri Engineering College Campus), Pat Kata,
Dist-Jalpaiguri, PIN-735 101
School of Humanities
● City Campus : DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 3214
● Academic Campus: 1) Kalyani Regional Centre, Academic Building, Ghosphpara Station Road,
Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 0103,
2) Durgapur Regional Centre (Adjacent to Durgapur Govt. College Campus), Jawahar Lal Nehru Road,
Durgapur, Dist. : Paschim Burdwan, PIN-713 214,
3) Jalpaiguri Regional Centre (Adjacent to Jalpaiguri Engineering College Campus), Pat Kata,
Dist-Jalpaiguri, PIN-735 101
School of Social Sciences
● City Campus: DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 3219
● Academic Campus: 1) Kalyani Regional Centre, Academic Building,
Ghoshpara Station Road, Kalyani, Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 3336,
2) Durgapur Regional Centre (Adjacent to Durgapur Govt. College Campus), Jawahar Lal Nehru Road,
Durgapur, Dist. : Paschim Burdwan, PIN-713 214,
3) Jalpaiguri Regional Centre (Adjacent to Jalpaiguri Engineering College Campus), Pat Kata,
Dist-Jalpaiguri, PIN-735 101
School of Education
● City Campus: CF-162, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4004-7569 / 70 / 71
● Academic Campus: 1) Kalyani Regional Centre, Academic Building, Ghoshpara Station
Road, Kalyani, Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 3332
School of Professional Studies
● City Campus: DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064, Phone: 033 4066 9464
● Academic Campus: 1) Kalyani Regional Centre,School of Professional Studies,
Ghoshpara Station Road, Kalyani, Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 2529,
2) Durgapur Regional Centre (Adjacent to Durgapur Govt. College Campus), Jawahar Lal Nehru Road,
Durgapur, Dist. : Paschim Burdwan, PIN-713 214,
3) Jalpaiguri Regional Centre (Adjacent to Jalpaiguri Engineering College Campus), Pat Kata,
Dist-Jalpaiguri, PIN-735 101
Library
● Regional Campus, Kalyani : Ghoshpara Station Road, Kalyani, Nadia, PIN-741 235, Phone: 033 2582 2248

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NETAJI SUBHAS OPEN UNIVERSITY
ERSITY
NETAJI SU

ESTABLISHED BY W.B. ACT (XIX) OF 1997, RECOGNIZED BY U.G.C.


NIV

HA U DD-26, SECTOR-I, SALT LAKE CITY, KOLKATA-700 064


B

S OPEN

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF STUDY CENTRE (BDP)


To
The Registrar
Netaji Subhas Open University
DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064
Through :
The Co-ordinator
................................................................................................................................................
Sub. :- Application for Change of Study Centre
Sir,
I, Shri / Smt. ....................................................................................... have been admitted at
NSOU .......................................................................................... Study Centre ( ) in
the following course & subject etc.
My particulars are given below :
Sl. No. Name of the Student Enrollment No. Subject
a
a
a
a

At present I want to change my Study Centre from ................................................... to


................................................................. because of Change of place of Service / Shifting
of Family / Marriage (please tick) in case of other reason please specify ...................................
Yours faithfully,

.................................................
Signature of the Student
Enclosed :
1) A DD of Rs. 500/- (five hundred only) bearing no............................ dated ..............................
2) Original Enrollment Certificate-cum-Identity Card.
3) Copy of documents in support of the reason stated for change of centre.
Forwarded,

Co-ordinator (With Seal)


N.B. : + A fee of Rs. 500/- should be remitted by way of a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Netaji
Subhas Open University and payable at Kolkata (one photocopy of Demand Draft should
be attached herewith).
+ Application will be considered under circumstances like change of place of service, shifting
of family and change of marital status only after admission with documentary evidence.
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NETAJI SUBHAS OPEN UNIVERSITY
ERSITY
NETAJI SU

ESTABLISHED BY W.B. ACT (XIX) OF 1997, RECOGNIZED BY U.G.C.


DD-26, SECTOR-I, SALT LAKE CITY, KOLKATA-700 064
NIV

HA U
B

S OPEN

APPLICATION FOR CORRECTION IN ENROLLMENT CERTIFICATE-CUM-IDENTITY CARD (BDP)

To
The Registrar
Netaji Subhas Open University
DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064

Through :
The Co-ordinator

...............................................................................................................................................................

Sub. :- Application for Correction of ......................................................................

Sir,
I, Shri / Smt. ..................................................................................................... have been admitted at
NSOU ............................................................................................................. Study Centre ( ).
I am submitting the form for correction of my Enrollment Certificate-cum-Identity Card as per details
given below :
Sl. No. Enrollment No. Correction For Existing Corrected Subject Code
a
a
a
a

Yours faithfully,

.................................................
Enclosed : Signature of the Student

1) Original Enrollment Certificate-cum-Identity Card.


2) Photocopy of Marksheet of Class 10 & (10+2) Examinations (one copy each).
3) Photocopy of Admit Card of Class 10 Examination (one copy).
4) A DD of Rs. 200/- (two hundred only) bearing No. ............................... dated .........................

Forwarded,

Co-ordinator (With Seal)

N.B. : + A fee of Rs. 200/- should be remitted by way of a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Netaji
Subhas Open University and payable at Kolkata (one photocopy of Demand Draft should
be attached herewith).

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Identity Card
1. To be carried by the candidate
whenever he/she visits any
Centre/H.Q. of the University.

2. In case of loss of the card a


General Diary (GD) is to be
lodged immediately and the
respective Study Centre be
informed accordingly with a
copy of the GD.

3. If this card is found by anybody


it should be sent to the address
on the right. DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City,
Kolkata-700 064

Identity Card
1. To be carried by the candidate
whenever he/she visits any
Centre/H.Q. of the University.

2. In case of loss of the card a


General Diary (GD) is to be
lodged immediately and the
respective Study Centre be
informed accordingly with a
copy of the GD.

3. If this card is found by anybody


it should be sent to the address
on the right. DD-26, Sector-I, Salt Lake City,
Kolkata-700 064
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Identity Card
(To be filled in by the candidate)

Enrollment No. Name of the Study Centre with Code :

...................................................
Name : ...................................................... (To be filled up by Centre)
..................................................................
Address : .................................................. Photograph
.................................................................. (To be affixed by
applicant)
Telephone No. (If any) : .........................
Study Centre : ..........................................
Course : ....................................................
Signature of the Coordinator
Signature of the Candidate : ...................
with seal
..................................................................

Identity Card
(To be filled in by the candidate)

Enrollment No. Name of the Study Centre with Code :

...................................................
Name : ...................................................... (To be filled up by Centre)
..................................................................
Address : .................................................. Photograph
.................................................................. (To be affixed by
applicant)
Telephone No. (If any) : .........................
Study Centre : ..........................................
Course : ....................................................
Signature of the Coordinator
Signature of the Candidate : ...................
with seal
..................................................................

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BDP - PROSPECTUS, 2019-2020

Established by W.B. Act (XIX) of 1997, Recognized by Distance


Education Bureau (DEB) of University Grants Commission (UGC)
H.Q : DD-26, Sector-1, Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700 064
Website : www.wbnsou.ac.in, Phone No. 033-4066-3220