Seminar on “Demonetization and Its Effect on Various Sections of People”on 30th November, 2016 at 10.30 am
Credit / Grade System

CREDITS IN THE DEGREE PROGRAMMES

 

v  Each degree program consists of 120 credits for academic achievements.

v  Out of 120 credits 30 credits are allocated to Part-I foundation course comprising English, Second Language, General Education Courses such as Indian Heritage and Culture, Science and Civilization and Environmental Studies, the remaining 90 credits are allocated to Part-II Core Subjects.

v  10 extra credits will be awarded to the students for the co curricular and extra-curricular achievements for the following.

a)      N.C.C. – B Certificate/National Camp Participation        1 – Credit

b)      N.S.S. Camp Participation                                                 1 – Credit

c)      Charity / Blood donation twice                                         1 – Credit

d)      Sports / Games at Univ./State/National Participation     1 – Credit

e)      Cultural Activities Univ./State/National Participation     1 – Credit

f)       More than 90% attendance in all three years                 1 – Credit

g)      Project work (other than course work)                            2 – Credits

h)      Certificate Course                                                             2 – Credits

  • The distribution of credits from 1st to 6th Semesters is as follows.

 

PART – I, B.A., B.Com. & B.Sc.

Subject

I-Sem.

II-Sem.

III-Sem.

IV-Sem.

V-Sem.

VI-Sem.

Total

English

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

-

-

12 Credits

II Lang.

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

-

-

12 Credits

HVPE

2 Credits

2 Credits

-

-

-

-

4 Credits

FA – 1

-

-

2 Credits

2 Credits

-

-

4 Credits

FA – II

-

-

-

-

1 Credit

1 Credit

2 Credits

TOTAL

8 Credits

8 Credits

8 Credits

8 Credits

1 Credit

1 Credit

34 Credits

 

 

 

PART – II B.A.

 

Core Subject

I-Sem.

II-Sem.

III-Sem.

IV-Sem.

V-Sem.

VI-Sem.

Total

His./Pol.

Pub. Admn.

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

3+4 Credits

4+3 Credits

30Credits

Economics

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

3+4 Credits

4+3 Credits

30Credits

Subject-III

(Geography)

3 Credits

3+2 * Credits

3 Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2 Credits

2+3+4* Credits

30Credits

Total

11Credits 

13Credits 

11Credits

13Credits

19Credits

23Credits

90Credits

 


PART – II

        I B.Com.

 

Name of the Subject

I Semester

II Semester

Finance Accounting – 1

Business Economics

Business organization & Management

                              TOTAL

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

12 Credits

12 Credits

 

 

        II B.Com.

 

Name of the Subject

III Semester

IV Semester

Finance Accounting – II

Business Statistics

Financial Services & Banking Insurance

                              TOTAL

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

12 Credits

12 Credits

 

        III B.Com.

 

Name of the Subject

V Semester

VI Semester

Business Law

Auditing

Corporate Accounting

Cost & Management Accounting

Elective I – Principles of Marketing

Elective II – Rural Marketing   

                                                    TOTAL                                                  

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

3 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

4 Credits

18 Credits

24 Credits

 

 

PART – II B.Sc.

 

Core Subject

I-Sem.

II-Sem.

III-Sem.

IV-Sem.

V-Sem.

VI-Sem.

Total

Subject I

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2+4 * Credits

30Credits

Subject II

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2 +4* Credits

30Credits

Subject-III

 

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2 * Credits

3+2+4 * Credits

30Credits

Total

9 Credits

15Credits

9 Credits

15Credits

15Credits

27Credits

90Credits

 

Credits for Practicals /Project work

EXAMINATIONS

            The College shifted from Annual Examinations system into the semester system from the academic year 2007 – 08 with external evaluation as in annual examinations system.

            Internal evaluation in theory was introduced for 25% of marks from the academic year 2007 – 08.

            Internal evaluation in practicals was introduced for 25% of marks from the academic year 2008 – 09 i.e. from the batch of students admitted during the academic year 2008 – 09.

            As per the guidelines approved and accepted by all the Autonomous Colleges under the purview of parent Andhra University to bring Uniformity in the basic structure of examinations and evaluation, the college implemented Credit based semester examination system from the academic year 2007 – 08.  The academic council of the college approved the following guidelines for adoption from the academic year 2007 – 08.

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