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Under Graduate Level Programmes

Curricular Aspects

The various courses of study offer ample scope to the students to select a suitable course and supplement it with various multi-disciplinary additional options. The college runs degree classes in all the three traditional streams of education – Science, Commerce, Humanities with Honours in ten subjects : English, Political Science, Sociology, Hindi, Economics, History, Psychology, Public Administration, E-Commerce and Business Economics. We have a total of 25 departments offering as many as 19 programmes. Presently, the college is running PG courses in English, Sociology, Economics, Psychology, Commerce, Mathematics, Chemistry, Mass Communication and Computer Applications.

Realizing the importance of vocation as an essential parameter in the development of personality as a means to empower women, the college runs various vocational courses. Professional Courses such as B.Sc.-MFT and BCA are also offered to the students. Since the objectives of the institution focus on producing potential women, we equip them with qualifications to start their own enterprise as well with career-oriented courses affiliated to Panjab University (UGC sponsored).

The college also provides a great deal of horizontal and vertical mobility to the students in the choice of core and non-core options and a lot of flexibility in the time frame within the constraints of the prescribed syllabi.

Eligibility for Bachelor of Arts

1. A student who has passed +2 with English as one of the subjects from State Board / CBSE / ISCE / or any other recognized Board/ University shall be eligible to seek admission to BA Semester I. The admission shall be made on the basis of latest Panjab University guidelines.
2. If the student is found to be admitted from an unrecognized Board her admission will stand cancelled.

Combination of Subjects

Compulsory Subjects
a) English
b) Punjabi or History and Culture of Punjab(HCP)(Only for those who did not study Punjabi in 10th).
c) Environment & Road Safety Education

Elective Subjects
A student is required to select three elective subjects in all, selecting not more than one subject from any of the following sets of combinations :
a) English, Hindi, Punjabi
b) Economics, Fine Arts
c) History, Mathematics
d) Sociology
e) Public Administration, Home Science, Philosophy.
f) Political Science
g) Sanskrit, Physical Education, Psychology
h) Music (Vocal)
i) Music (Instrumental)
j) Police Administration with any two of following subjects : Public Administration, Economics, Sociology, Political Sciences.

Note :
1) Check the subject combination carefully to avoid subject clash.
2) A student cannot opt for more than two practical subjects.
3) In addition, a student of BA-I can opt for the Add-on Courses.
4) It is the discretion of the college authorities to dissolve a subject / subject combination having less than 10 students.

Functional English

Eligibility – Students should have studied English at the +2 level.
Combination of Subjects :
a) English
b) Punjabi / History and Culture of Punjab (HCP)(Only for those who did not study Punjabi in 10th).
c) Functional English
d) Any two of the following : English Elective, Sociology, Political Science, Public Administration,Economics
e) Environment & Road Safety Education
Course Content
i) Theory
ii) Practicals
iii) On-the-job-training (Four weeks after BA Part-II during summer vacation).
Selection will be made on the basis of merit and interview of the candidates.

Office Management and Secretarial Practice

Eligibility – All candidates who have passed +2 in any academic or vocational stream
Combination of Subjects :
a) English
b) Punjabi / History and Culture of Punjab (HCP) (Only for those who did not study Punjabi in 10th).
c) Office Management & Secretarial Practice
d) Any two of the following :
Language, Sociology, Political Science, Economics & History
e) Environment & Road Safety Education
Course Content
i) Theory
ii) Practicals
iii) On-the-job-training (Four weeks after Semester IV during summer vacation).

Honours

Eligibility
1) Students can opt for Honours in Semester – III.
2) The student who opts for Honours must take up the subject concerned as elective in Semester I (Only for BA & BSc).
3) The candidate must have secured at least 50% marks (Result available at the time of admission) in the concerned subject in the University Examination.
4) Admission will be on the basis of merit and subject to the availability of seats.
Honours offered in B.A. Part-II in the following eight Subjects:
1) English
2) Hindi
3) Political Science
4) Sociology
5) History
6) Economics
7) Psychology
8) Public Administration
Apart from in-depth knowledge in a specific subject, The Honours degree carries with it age-old value. At the same time, it increases the scope of pursuing higher education i.e. Post Graduation in a particular area.

Learning Outcome

The B.Com. program offers a lot of scope and has a wide & wild field. The B.Com program allows the widest possible scope in the fields like :
a) Charted Accountancy
b) Company Secretary
c) Chartered Financial Analyst
d) Actuarial Science (Related to Insurance) etc.
Commerce graduate can also join Management Programmes with Finance Specilization where they will get a great boosts to the commerce knowledge and fantastic job offers after passing through. They can choose career in computer related courses offered by various institutions for further expanding the fields and skills.

Eligibility for Bachelor of Commerce

For Admission details please visit www.dhe.chd.gov.in

Combination of Subjects

B.Com. Semester I
BCM101A Punjabi
BCM 101 B History & Culture of Punjab(HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X
BCM102 English & Business Communication
BCM103 Psychology for Managers
BCM104 Business Economics I
BCM105 Principles of Financial Accounting
BCM106 Commercial Laws
BCM107 Principles and Practices of Management

B.Com. Semester II
BCM 201 A Punjabi
BCM 201 B History & Culture of Punjab(HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X)
BCM 202 English & Business Communication
BCM 203 E-Commerce
BCM 204 Business Economics II
BCM 205 Corporate Accounting
BCM 206 Business Laws
BCM 207 Human Resource Management
Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/Children and Drug Abuse

B.Com. Semester III
BCM301 Issues in Indian Commerce
BCM302 Cost Accounting
BCM 303 Company Law
BCM304 Business Mathematics and Statistics
BCM305 Banking and Insurance
BCM306 Goods and Services Tax (GST)

B.Com. Semester IV
BCM 401 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
BCM 402 Advance Accounting
BCM 403 Auditing and Secretarial Practice
BCM 404 Cost Management
BCM 405 Marketing Management
BCM 406 Quantitative Techniques and Methods

B.Com. Semester V
BCM501 Income Tax Law
BCM502 Management Accounting
BCM503 Indian Economy
BCM504 Production and Operation Management
BCM505 Entrepreneurship and Small Business
BCM506 Financial Markets and Services

B.Com. Semester VI
BCM 601 Direct Tax Laws
BCM 602 Financial Management
BCM 603 Issues in Financial Reporting
BCM 604 Social and Business Ethics
BCM 605 Operational Research
BCM 606 Sectoral Aspects of Indian Economy

Eligibility for B.Com Honours in Management Studies and Economics

A student of B.Com Semester III can take up Honours in the subject of Management Studies and Economics, with at least 50% marks in B.Com-I.

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science program helps to develop analytical skills, scientific temperament and research aptitude. Their base in B.Sc. facilitates their progression into higher education and research in diverse scientific areas. The students from science-streams have proven their abilities in Management areas as well due to their rational attitude.

For Admission details please visit www.dhe.chd.gov.in

Subjects offered

B.Sc. Semester I & II
a) Punjabi/History and Culture of Punjab(HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X)
b) The following three elective subjects :
Medical :
Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
OR
Non-Medical :
Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics
or
Computer Applications (Elective):
Physics, Mathematics and Computer Applications
c) Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/Children and Drug Abuse
B.Sc. Semester III & IV
a) English
b) The three subjects as studied in BSc I & II
B.Sc. Semester V & VI
a) The same three subjects as studied in BSc III & IV

Honours offered in B.Sc. Part-II in the following Subjects :
1) Physics

Bachelor of Computer Applications

The Bachelor of Computer Applications program trains the undergraduate students in the fundamentals of Computer Science. On successful completion of this course student will have many options to launch prospective careers in various growing sectors. Higher studies leading to masters and doctoral degrees in the field can be pursued.

For Admission details please visit: www.dhe.chd.gov.in

BCA Semester 1
BCA-16-101 English (Compulsory)-A
BCA-16-102 Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics
BCA-16-103 Computer Fundamentals and Computing Software
BCA-16-104 Problem Solving Through C
BCA-16-105 Lab based on BCA-16-103
BCA-16-106 Lab based on BCA-16-104
Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/Children and Drug Abuse

BCA Semester II
BCA-16-201 English (Compulsory)-B
BCA-16-202 Computer Organization
BCA-16-203 Fundamentals of Web Programming
BCA-16-204 Object Oriented Programming using C++
BCA-16-205 Lab based on BCA-16-203
BCA-16-206 Lab based on BCA-16-204

BCA Semester III
BCA-16-301/ BCA-16-302 Punjabi-A/ History & Culture of Punjab A(HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X)
BCA-16-303 Information System Design and Implementation
BCA-16-304 Computer Oriented Numerical Methods
BCA-16-305 Data Structures
BCA-16-306 Lab based on BCA-16-304
BCA-16-307 Lab based on BCA-16-305

BCA Semester IV
BCA-16-401/ BCA-16-402 Punjabi-B/History & Culture of Punjab B
BCA-16-403 Software Project Management
BCA-16-404 Operating System Concepts and Linux
BCA-16-405 Database Management System
BCA-16-406 Lab based on BCA-16-404
BCA-16-407 Lab based on BCA-16-405

BCA Semester V
BCA-16-501 Computer Networks
BCA-16-502 Discrete Mathematical Structure
BCA-16-503 Java Programming
BCA-16-504 Web Application Development using PHP
BCA-16-505 Lab based on BCA-16-503
BCA-16-506 Lab based on BCA-16-504

BCA Semester VI
BCA-16-601 E-Commerce
BCA-16-602 Application Development using VB.Net
BCA-16-603 Computer Graphics and Multimedia Applications
BCA-16-604 Lab based on BCA-16-603
BCA-16-605 Major Project and Seminar

Bachelor of Business Administration

For Admission details please visit www.dhe.chd.gov.in

BBA Semester I
BBA 101A / BBA 101 B Punjabi/ History & Culture of Punjab (HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X)
BBA 102 Business Statistics
BBA 103 Fundamentals of Information Technology
BBA 104 Management Concept & Practices
BBA 105 Financial Accounting
BBA 106 Essentials of Business Economics I

BBA Semester II
BBA 121 A / BBA 121 B Punjabi I History & Culture of Punjab (HCP is only for those who have not studied Punjabi in class X)
BBA 122 Managerial &Soft-Skills Management
BBA123 Essentials of Business Economics II
BBA 124 Business Laws
BBA 125 Psychology for Managers
BBA 126 Financial Management
Environment, Road Safety Education, Violence against Women/Children & Drug Abuse

BBA Semester Ill
BBA 201 English & Business Communication Skills
BBA 202 Operation Research
BBA 203 Marketing Management
BBA 204 Economics of Money & Banking
BBA 205 Regulatory Framework for Companies
BBA 206 Direct Tax Laws

BBA Semester IV
BBA 221 English & Business Communication Skills
BBA 222 Project Management
BBA 223 Research Methodology
BBA 224 Human Resource Management
BBA 225 Goods and Services Tax
BBA 226 Database Management System

BBA Semester V
BBA 301 Insurance & Risk Management
BBA 302 International Business
BBA 303 Business Environment
BBA 304 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
BBA 305 Consumer Behavior
BBA 306 Sales & Distribution Management

BBA Semester VI
BBA 321 Business Policy & Strategy
BBA 322 Production & Operations Management
BBA 323 Social & Ethical Issues In Business
BBA 324 Project Report & Viva-Voce
BBA 325 Advertising & Brand Management
BBA 326 Marketing of Services