Availability of Subjects for TDC ( Arts and Science )


TDC ( Arts and Science )


B.A. 1st Year (Semester I & II)

B.Sc. 1st Year (Semester I & II)

Compulsory Subjects

(General Course)

1) General English.

2) MIL (Bengali/Assamese/Hindi)/Alt. English.

Elective Subjects

(General Course)

1) Economics.
2) Political Science.
3) Education.
4) Elective Bengali.
5) Elective Assamese.
6) Elective Hindi.

7)  History.

1) Physics.
2) Chemistry.
3) Mathematics.
4) Zoology.
5) Botany.
6) Geology.
7) Statistics.
8) Economics.

9) Computer Science.

Major Course Subjects

1) English.               .
2) Bengali.
3) Assamese.
4) Economics.
5) Political Science.
6) Education.
7) History.

8) Hindi

1) Physics.
2) Zoology.
3) Mathematics.
4) Botany.
5) Economics.

6) Chemistry.

Compulsory Subjects

(Major Course)

English / Different English or English Major. English.

Note :-

A—1st and 2nd Semester.

i)      English is compulsory for students of BA/B.Sc. (Major/General Course). But, students having Major in English will have to take a different English paper in lieu of this English Paper.
ii)      MIL/Alt. Eng. Is compulsory for students of BA with General and Major Course.

iii)      There is no MIL/Alt. Eng. for B.Sc. students.

iv)      For BA Major/General Course, a student shall have to choose two subjects (at least one subject must be Non-Language) in addition to MIL/Alt. Eng. Out of two, one subject may be taken as Major subject. Then other subject will be considered as 1st subsidiary  subject and MIL/Alt. Eng. Is taken as 2nd subsidiary subject. Again, in case of General Course, the two subjects (other than MIL/Alt. Eng.)  will be considered as 1st Elective  and  2nd Elective subject
v)      In case of MIL/Alt. Eng. (2nd subsidiary subject) for BA Course, a student with Language Major will take a Non-language or Language subject other than the subject he/she is majoring. For example, English Major will take other than Alt. Eng./Elective English and Assamese Major will take other than Assamese.
vi)      Students offering Major Course in B.Sc. will have to offer other two Elective (subsidiary) subjects.

vii)      Students offering General Course in B.Sc. will have to offer three Elective (subsidiary) subjects.

B—3rd and 4th Semester (B.Sc.)

For 3rd and 4th Semester of B.Sc. Course (General), a student will have to offer three Elective (subsidiary) subjects (with or without practical) each of which carries 100 marks. Environment Studies is a compulsory subject in this case.

C—5th and 6th Semester (B.Sc.)

For 5th and 6th Semester of B.Sc. Course (General), a student will have to offer two Elective (subsidiary) subjects (with or without practical).

2)         A student opting for Major in any one of the subjects in B.Sc. 1st Year shall have to select one group of elective subjects from the following chart :


Major Subject

Groups of Elective Subjects

1st Elective

2nd Elective

1) Physics. (Major)


Stat/Geo/Chem./Comp.Sc.(any one).

2) Zoology. (Major)

Chemistry. (Compulsory)

Bot/Geo (any one)

3) Botany. (Major)

Chemistry. (Compulsory)

Zoo/Geo (any one).

4) Mathematics(Major)

Physics/Chemistry/Geology/Computer Science/Statistics (Any Two)

5) Economics (Major)

Mathemacits & Statistics.

6) Chemistry (Major)

Mathematics & Physics.

  1. For B.Sc. General Course students, the following groups of combination are available. They are to choose any one group.

(i)       Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry
(ii)      Physics, Mathematics & Geology
(iii)      Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science
(iv)      Physics, Mathematics & Statistics
(v)      Mathematics, Chemistry & Statistics
(vi)      Mathematics, Chemistry & Geology
(vii)     Mathematics, Chemistry & Computer Science
(viii)     Botany, Chemistry & Zoology
(ix)      Botany, Chemistry & Geology
(x)      Zoology, Chemistry & Geology
(xi)      Economics, Statistics & Mathematics


A)   B.Com (General Course)
1st Semester.

B.Com (Major Course)
1st Semester.

1.   Business Mathematics / Fundamentals of Insurance.
2.   Financial Accounting.
3.   Business Organisation & Entrepreneurship Development.
4.   Indian Financial System.

1.   Accountancy (Major)
i)    Business Mathematics.
ii)    Financial Accounting.
iii)    Business Organisation & Entrepre-neurship Development.
iv)    Indian Financial System.
v)    Cost Accounting.
2.   Management (Major)
i)    Business Mathematics.
ii)    Financial Accounting.
iii)    Business Organisation & Entrepreneurship Development.
iv)    Indian Financial System.
v)     Human Resource Management.


2nd Semester.

2nd Semester.

1.   Communication & Functional English I / Functional MIL I.
2.   Financial Accounting.
3.   Principles of Management.
4.   Business Statistics

1.     Accountancy (Major)
i)   Communication & Functional English / Functional MIL.
ii)   Financial Accounting.
iii)   Principles of Management.
iv)   Business Statistics.
v)   Management Accounting

2.    Management (Major)
i)   Communicative & Functional English / Functional MIL.
ii)   Financial Accounting.
iii)   Principles of Management.
iv)   Business Statistics.
v)   Human Resource Planning & Development.


3rd Semester.

3rd Semester.

1.    Environmental Studies.
2.    Communication and Functional English II / Functional MILL II.
3.    Corporate Accounting.
4.    Direct Taxes.
5.   Corporate Law.

1.      Accountancy (Major)
i) Environmental Studies.
ii) Communication and Functional
English II/ Functional MIL II.
iii) Corporate Accounting.
iv) Direct Taxes.
v) Corporate Law.
vi) Advanced Corporate Accounting.

2.      Management (Major)
i) Environmental Studies.
ii) Communication and Functional
English II / Functional MIL II.
iii)Corporate Accounting.
iv) Direct Taxes.
v) Corporate Law.
vi) Industrial Relations and Labour Laws.




4th Semester.

4th Semester.

1.      Business Economics.
2.      Auditing and Assurance.
3.      Indirect Taxes.
4.      Financial Services.

1.     Accountancy (Major)
i)   Business Economics.
ii)   Auditing and Assurance.
iii)   Indirect Taxes.
iv)   Financial Services.
v)   Advanced Financial Accounting.
2.     Management (Major)
i)   Business Economics.
ii)   Auditing and Assurance.
iii)   Indirect Taxes.
iv)   Financial Services.
v)    Cost and Management Accounting.

Subjects for B. Com 5th Semester



1.    Business. Environment.
2.    Marketing. Management.
3.    Financial. Management.
4.   Regulatory Framework in Business-I

All the four papers of the general course mentioned in the left hand side and the following :-
a)   Financial Statement Analysis.
(For Accountancy Major).
b)   Customer Relations and Retail Trade
Management. (For Management Major).

Subjects for B. Com 6th Semester



1.     Information Technology in Business.
2.     Marketing of Services.
3.     Modern Banking Practices.
4.    Regulatory Framework in Business-II.

a. All the four papers of the general course mentioned in the left hand side and a Project Report  should be submitted


Note :-        
(i) Students will have to read 'Environmental Studies' as a compulsory subject in TDC Second Year in all the three streams - Arts, Science & Commerce.
(ii) There is a provision for allocation of marks for internal assessment in every paper. The details of the course structures & contents will be intimated to the students in the lasses by the teachers concerned.

(iii) Gauhati University has introduced a Three-year Degree Course in Semester System with effect from the session 2011-2012. The salient features of the system are as follows:

A TDC shall be of six semesters covering three  calendar years. The schedule for the semester system is shown below :

(a) First, Third & Fifth Semester : From 16th July (including examinations)
(b) Second, Fourth and Sixth Semester : From January (including examinations)
(c) Semester Break : 16th June — 15th July.

(2) Students' performance will be monitored throughout the semester by continuous assessment in the theory and practical courses. Evaluation of the students' performance in each of the theory and practical papers will be based on the  following : Internal Evaluation : 20% Marks. External Evaluation : 80% Mark.    
(3) The system of "credit and Grading" will be followed in the process of evaluation. Internal Evaluation will be based on one sessional examination, home assignments, seminars and library work in each semester.
(4) External Evaluation will be made through a final examination at the end of the semester.
(5) The pass marks in each theory paper is 30% and that in each practical paper is 40%.
(6) In each paper, students must secure pass marks in both the internal and the external evaluations separately.
(7) A student who could not appear or failed in any semester examination will be allowed to clear the same as follows :

(a) First Semester with the regular Third Semester examination.
(b) Second Semester with the regular Fourth Semester examination.
(c) Third Semester with the regular Fifth Semester examination.
(d) Fourth Semester with the regular sixth semester examination.

(8) A student may be allowed to 'repeat' any one of the theory papers in the First, Second, Third and Fourth Semester, and may be allowed for 'betterment' of marks in one paper in the Fifth Semester, provided the student secures less than 45% marks in that paper.
(9) No "repeat" / "betterment" shall be allowed in the practical examinations in any semester.
(10) A student must pass all his semester examinations, including 'repeat' and 'betterment' chances within five years from the date of admission to the First semester course. A student will get a maximum of three chances to clear a particular semester.
(11) Since the semester involves continuous assessment there will be no scope for a student to appear as a private candidate in any subject.
(12) Admission will be done once in a year.
(13) Syllabus and Course Structure under Semester system are as per GU Regulations and Guidelines.
(14) Educational field trip be arranged in the first week of October every year.
(15) Annual College days be held in the month of January every year.

(16) Freshers’ Welcome Programme will be conducted before Puja vacation.

(17) Students Union Election of the Colleges be held within 2 months of completion of

(18) The Colleges should organize activities such as Seminar/Group Discussion
etc for the students and the teachers, suitably during the year.

(19) Orientation programmes for teachers, employees of the Colleges be organized
conveniently in the Colleges for academic review; and the report may be
submitted to the University by 2nd half of January.

(20) The sessional examinations in the College should be designed in such a way
that the other normal classes are running smoothly.


Medium of Instruction :

Medium of instruction for the courses offered in the college shall be English except for MIL and Advanced Languages.



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