A candidate for the B.A. (General) examination shall be required to offer and be examined in three optional subjects comprising nine papers, and one/two languages as Composition comprising two papers, totaling eleven papers, divided into four papers for Part-I and Part-II and three papers for Part-III according to the following structure: -
|3 Papers (Paper I of each of the three subjects)||1 Paper
|3 Papers (Paper II of each of the three subjects)||1 Paper
|3 Papers (Paper III of each of the three subjects)||——–||3 Papers|
|Total||9 Papers||2 Papers||11 Papers|
|Note 1:-||Each of these papers shall carry 100 marks including 25 marks for practical examination wherever practical examination is prescribed.|
|Note 2:-||A candidate for the B.A. (General) examination shall choose any three of the following optional subjects:
|Note 3:-||A candidate shall choose either (a) or (b) for Composition:
Qualification For Examination:
A student may be admitted to the course of instructions for the degree of Bachelor of Arts (General/Honours) if S/he has passed the Intermediate examination in Arts of a Board/University established or incorporated by Law, or any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto. Provided that for admission to the course of instructions for the Honours degree it shall be necessary for a student to have obtained not less than 45% marks at the Intermediate examination in the subject offered for Honours study, or in an allied subject as determined by the Academic Council in case the subject was not prescribed for study at the Intermediate Level. In such case a student must have passed Intermediate/Board/Councilor any equivalent examination with an aggregate of 45% marks. Provided that a student who has passed the Intermediate examination in Science or Commerce shall also be eligible for the admission to the Bachelor of arts (Honours/General course) if S/he has passed with a minimum of (50% / 45%) of marks in the aggregate at the I.Sc. or I.Com. examination. Provided that a candidate shall not choose
- Mathematics or Statistics unless She/he has passed the Intermediate examination or equivalent in Mathematics.
- Geography unless S/he has passed the LA. examination in Geography.
- Psychology Unless S/he has passed the I.A examination in Psychology.