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CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES - STRUCTURE

 

The College follows the semester pattern requiring six semesters of study for a Bachelor’s degree and eight semesters for BVA, and the CBCS for all academic programmes.

In the CBCS, each course offered in a semester is assigned a certain number of credits, depending on the quantum of work required of the student every week. Credit is a unit of measurement for the quantum of work required of a student in a particular course. It reflects the number of instructional hours assigned to a course every week. e.g. 2 credits, 3 credits, 4 credits (2,3 or 4 instructional hours per week respectively)

A student will earn the credits assigned to a course only when she successfully complets all the requirements of the course. A student will be awarded a degree on completion of the requirements of the curriculum: Part I to V for the undergraduate degree and Part A and Part B of the postgraduate degree. At the undergraduate level a student must necessarily complete a minimum of 149 credits for a Bachelor's degree and 174 credits for the Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts.

 
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