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General Guidelines for Admission in MBB College

Any student passing HS (+2) or its equivalent examination with at least 4 subjects including English from any recognized Board/Council shall be eligible for admission to the 1st Semester of the B.A/B.Com./B.Sc. (Honours/General) programme of studies subject to availability of seats.

 

Honours programme


Intake

Stream Subject Intake
Physical Science Chemistry 30
Computer Science
20
Mathematics 30
Physics 30
Statistics 50
Bio. Science Botany 30
Human Physiology 30
Zoology 30
Social Science Economics 50
Geography 50
Psychology 26
Arts Bengali 50
Education 50
English 50
Hindi 10
History 50
Philosophy 50
Political Science 50
Sanskrit 50
Sociology 30
Commerce Accountancy
100

Subject Combinations allowed in Honours programme

Stream Honours Elective (Any one of the following subjects from General programme)
Physical Science Chemistry Mathematics, Physics
Computer Science Mathematics, Physics, Statistics
Mathematics Statistics
Physics Chemistry, Mathematics
Statistics Mathematics
Bio. Science Botany Environmental Science, Human Physiology, Zoology
Human Physiology Botany, Environmental Science, Zoology
Zoology Botany, Environmental Science, Human Physiology
Social Science Economics Mathematics
Geography Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Psychology Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Sanskrit, Sociology
Arts Bengali Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Education Bengali, Economics, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
English Bengali, Economics, Education, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Hindi Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
History Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Philosophy Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Political Science Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology
Sanskrit Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
Sociology Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit
Commerce Accountancy Other subjects from Commerce stream which are same for all students.

Eligibility Criteria for the admission in Honours programme

  • Marks bar:

In HS (+2) or its equivalent examination a student must have to secure

    1. 40% in aggregate and 45% in relevant subject OR
    2. 35% in aggregate and 50% in relevant subject  OR
    3. 50% in aggregate if he/she has not studied the particular subject.
  • An applicant seeking admission to B.Com. (Honours) course: In addition to clause described above he/she
    1. must have secured at least 40% marks in Mathematics at the Madhyamik or its equivalent examination OR
    2. must have passed Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination OR
    3. must have passed the two Commerce papers in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
  • In HS (+2) or its equivalent examination, if a student fails to obtain pass marks in a subject or has passed a subject in Compartmental Exam., is not allowed for taking Honours in that particular subject.
  • As regards marks-bar for admission against reserved seats/quotas for ST/SC/PH candidates the guidelines/instructions of University and State Government will be followed time to time. Relaxation of marks for ST/SC/PH candidates will be followed as per State Government norms.

Some criteria for opting subjects in Honours programme

Subject opted Necessary Condition
Physics (Honours / Elective) Student must have passed Physics & Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Chemistry (Honours / Elective) Student must have passed Chemistry & Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Mathematics (Honours / Elective) Student must have passed Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Statistics (Honours / Elective) Student must have passed Statistics OR Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Computer Science (Honours) Student must have passed Physics & Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Botany/Human Physiology/Zoology/Env. Science (Honours / Elective) Student must have passed Biology, Chemistry and Physics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Economics (Honours) Student must have passed Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.

Preparation of merit list for Honours programme

  • Honours will be offered to the students on the basis of an index to be prepared by adding marks of individual subject in which a student intends to take Honours to the aggregate marks.
  • Preference for admission will be given to candidates passed in the current year. Admission for the candidates passed in previous years will be limited subject to availability of seats.
  • Reservation for SC/ST/PH will be governed by State Government Reservation policy.

Structure of Honours Programme

Semester Subjects
Honours Elective Foundation
1 Two papers (CC-1, CC-2) One paper (GE/DSC - 1) One paper of Foundation in Environmental Studies (AECC-1)
2 Two papers (CC-3, CC-4) One paper (GE/DSC - 2) One paper of Foundation in English/Bengali/Hindi/Kokborok (AECC-2)
3 Four papers (CC-5, CC-6, CC-7, SEC-1) One paper (GE/DSC - 3)  
4 Four papers (CC-8, CC-9, CC-10, SEC-2) One paper (GE/DSC - 4)  
5 Four papers (CC-11, CC-12, DSE-1, DSE-2)    
6 Four papers (CC-13, CC-14, DSE-3, DSE-4)    

CC - Core Course

GE - Generic Elective Course

DSC - Discipline Specific Core Course

AECC - Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses

SEC - Skill Enhancement Course

DSE - Discipline Specific Elective Course

 

General programme


Intake

Subject Intake
Bengali 180
Botany 100
Chemistry 80
Commerce 100
Economics 180
Education 180
English 180
Environmental Science 50
Geography 30
Hindi 180
History 180
Human Physiology 100
Kokborok 180
Mathematics 100
Philosophy 180
Physical Education 50
Physics 80
Political Science 180
Psychology 50
Sanskrit 180
Sociology 180
Statistics 50
Zoology 100

Subject Combinations allowed in General programme

Stream Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 3
Physical Science Chemistry Mathematics Physics
Mathematics Physics Statistics
Bio. Science Botany Environmental Science Human Physiology
Botany Environmental Science Zoology
Botany Human Physiology Zoology
Environmental Science Human Physiology Zoology
Social Science

Select at least two different subjects from Economics, Geography, Mathematics, Physical Education, Psychology, Statistics.

If you select two subjects from the above group then select another subject from Bengali, Education, English, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Philosophy, Political Science, Sanskrit, Sociology.

Restrictions for selection of subjects:

  1. You can select only one from Economics, Philosophy, Sociology, Physical Education.
  2. You can select only one from History, Geography, Psychology.
Arts

Compulsory English / MIL

(In 1st and 2nd semester, English is compulsory. In 3rd and 4th semester, student can select any one of the following subjects: English, Bengali, Hindi, Kokborok. In 5th and 6th semester these subjects will be excluded from the course)

N.B. Course content of the above mentioned subjects are not same as Elective English, Bengali, Hindi, Kokborok

Select two different subjects from Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Kokborok, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics.

Restrictions for selection of subjects:

  1. You can select only one from Bengali, English, Hindi, Kokborok, Sanskrit.
  2. You can select only one from Economics, Philosophy, Sociology, Physical Education.
  3. You can select only one from History, Geography, Psychology.
  4. You can select only one from Economics, Geography, Mathematics, Physical Education, Psychology, Statistics.
Commerce

Compulsory English / MIL (described above)

Other subjects from Commerce stream which are same for all students.

Some criteria for opting subjects in General programme

Subject opted Necessary Condition
Physics Student must have passed Physics & Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Chemistry Student must have passed Chemistry & Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Mathematics Student must have passed Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Statistics Student must have passed Statistics OR Mathematics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.
Botany/Human Physiology/Zoology/Env. Science  Student must have passed Biology, Chemistry and Physics in HS (+2) or its equivalent examination.

Preparation of merit list for General programme

  • General programme will be offered to the students on the basis of aggregate marks.
  • Preference for admission will be given to candidates passed in the current year. Admission for the candidates passed in previous years will be limited subject to availability of seats.
  • Reservation for SC/ST/PH will be governed by State Government Reservation policy.

Structure of General Programme in Arts & Commerce stream

Semester Subjects
Compulsory English / MIL Subject1 Subject2 Foundation
1 One paper (Compulsory English) One paper (DSC-1) One paper (DSC-1) One paper of Foundation in Environmental Studies (AECC-1)
2 One paper (Compulsory English) One paper (DSC-2) One paper (DSC-2) One paper of Foundation in English/Bengali/Hindi/Kokborok (AECC-2)
3 One paper (**Compulsory English/Bengali/Hindi/Kokborok) Two papers (DSC-3, SEC-1) One paper (DSC-3)  
4 One paper (**Compulsory English/Bengali/Hindi/Kokborok) One paper (DSC-4) Two papers (DSC-4, SEC-2)  
5   Three papers (DSE1A, GE-1, SEC-3) Two papers (DSE2A, GE-1)  
6   Two papers (DSE1B, GE-2) Three papers (DSE2B, GE-2, SEC-4)  

**Course content of Compulsory English / Bengali / Hindi / Kokborok are not same as Elective English / Bengali /  Hindi / Kokborok

Structure of General Programme in Bio. Science, Physical Science & Social Science stream

Semester Subjects
Subject1 Subject2 Subject3 Foundation
1 One paper (DSC-1) One paper (DSC-1) One paper (DSC-1) One paper of Foundation in Environmental Studies (AECC-1)
2 One paper (DSC-2) One paper (DSC-2) One paper (DSC-2) One paper of Foundation in English/Bengali/Hindi/Kokborok (AECC-2)
3 Two papers (DSC-3, SEC-1) One paper (DSC-3) One paper (DSC-3)  
4 One paper (DSC-4) Two papers (DSC-4, SEC-2) One paper (DSC-4)  
5 One paper (DSE1A) One paper (DSE2A) Two papers (DSE3A, SEC-3)  
6 One paper (DSE1B) One paper (DSE2B) One paper (DSE3B)  
One paper (SEC-4) from Subject1 / Subject2 / Subject3

DSC - Discipline Specific Core Course

SEC - Skill Enhancement Course

AECC - Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses

DSE - Discipline Specific Elective Course

GE - Generic Elective Course

 

N.B.: Subject1, Subject2 & Subject3 will be decided according to the order of the serial number of the table given below:

Serial No. Subject
1 Mathematics
2 Education
3 History
4 Bengali
5 English
6 Hindi
7 Kokborok
8 Pali
9 Sanskrit
10 Economics
11 Geography
12 Music
13 Philosophy
14 Physical Education
15 Psychology
16 Sociology
17 Political Science
18 Physics
19 Botany
20 Human Physiology
21 Zoology
22 Environmental Science
23 Statistics
24 Chemistry

Example: If your subjects are Economics, Mathematics & Statistics then Subject1 will be Mathematics, Subject2 will be Economics & Subject3 will be Statistics.

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