Teaching Facilities

The College provides teaching facilities in both +2 Arts(Junior Wing) and +3 Arts(Degree wing).The College offers the courses and allows for different combination of subjects. A student seeking admission into +2 1st yr. Arts course can opt the subjects given below :

a]  Compulsory Subject (Arts/Science)

  1. English
  2. MIL (Odia/Hindi/Sanskrit/Bengali/Urdu/Telugu) [ The council in special circumstances may permit  a candidate to take Alternative English as M.I.L.]
  3. Environmental Education
  4. Yoga
  5. Basic Computer Education
  6. Food Processing
  7. Banking

b]   Electives  (any four out of the seven)

  1. Political Science
  2. History
  3. Economics
  4. Logic
  5. Mathematics/Home Science
  6. Education/Psychology/Indian Music
  7. Odia / Sanskrit vii] Odia / Sanskrit

c]    Electives for Science

  1. Physics
  2. Chemistry
  3. Mathematics
  4. Biology (Botany & Zoology)

A candidate who has passed the H.S. Examination of the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa or any other qualifying examination, recognised by the Academic Council of CHSE, Orissa as equivalent may be admitted into the first year of the +3 Arts course. Any student desirous of admission into +3 Arts  course should apply for admission in the prescribed form available in the College office within two weeks of the publication of results of +2 Arts of CHSE, Orissa or by the reopening day of the College after summer vacation, whichever is later. Similarly a student passing the instant H.S. Exam should apply for admission within a week of the publication of the said results. Admission is purely on merit basis.

The College provides for both Pass and Honours courses in +3 Arts. A student opting for +3 Arts course is allowed to take the following subjects :

a]  Compulsory Subjects

  1. English
  2. MIL (Odia/Hindi/Alt. English)
  3. Indian Society and Culture (ISC)
  4. Environmental Studies (ES)
  5. Pass Subjects (any one of the following)
  6. Pol. Sc.
  7. History
  8. Economics
  9. Psychology
  10. Sanskrit
  11. Odia
  12. Home Science

OR An Honours Subject (any one of the following)

  1. Pol. Sc.
  2. History
  3. Economics
  4. Psychology
  5. Sanskrit
  6. Odia
  7. English
  8. Home Science

c]  Two electives not related to her Pass/Honours subject (any two of the following).

  1. Indian Polity
  2. Indian Economy
  3. Landmarks in Indian History
  4. Home Science
  5. Psychology

No student shall ordinarily be admitted into the first year of the degree course four weeks after the date of publication of Annual H.S. Exam of CHSE, Odisha or after the reopening day of the College after summer vacation, whichever is later. Candidates, for some valid reason, may however be admitted into the College within 2 weeks from the last date of admission with a late fine prescribed by the University. Candidates passing the instant exam of CHSE, Odisha may be admitted into the College as per the orders of Department of Higher Education, Odisha.

As a general procedure, candidates applying for Honours will be admitted only to the Pass course at the first instance and shall have to take their chance at the selection to various Honours courses. The candidates are advised to offer at least three alternatives in order of preference at the time of submission of CAF.

Admission to the College cannot be claimed as a matter of right and may be refused by the Principal without disclosing the reasons thereof to the candidate. The decision of the Principal regarding the matters pertaining to admission shall be binding and final.

The Common Prospectus can be seen from the website of the Higher Education Department i.e. www.dheorissa.in

 

e-ADMISSION SYSTEM

The Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Odisha has introduced e-admission system at the +2 and +3 levels under the Student Academic Management System (SAMS). The basic objective of the Student Academic Management System (SAMS) is to provide a single window facilitation system to students and parents as well.

SAMS has two components i.e.(1) e-admission and (2) e- administration.

E-admission aims to use information technology to process applications for admission which would reduce time and improve efficiency for the college functionaries who have been doing it manually. It would also make the admission process economical, efficient, hassle free and transparent for the students and their parents. The students and parents have to  travel to only one of the 60 colleges under e-admission process to be able to get admission to any stream of any college of their choices.

E-administration aims to use the database of e-admission in various academic and administrative activities like issue of identity card, collection of fees, section allocation, issue of admit cards, tabulation of internal examinations mark, submission of return of matriculates to +2 council, preparation of long roll, etc. It will follow e-admission in pilot phase college. in other college, students database will have to be created to make e-administration possible.

So far as the process of e-admission is concerned, there will be one standard Common Application From (CAF) for admission to any stream of any of the 60 junior colleges selected in pilot phase of e-admission. One Common Prospectus (CP) has been prepared which will have basic information about all 60 junior colleges. The CAF and CP will also be available in PDF format in the Government websits www.dheorissa.in for downloading and submission. There will be no sale of CAF at the college counters. Applicants are required to send on-line CAF and submit the college copy at any of the SAMS Resource Centres.

Any candidate who has passed HSC examination conducted by B.S.E. , Odisha, Cuttack or any other equivalent examination recognised by the Academic council of CHSE, Odisha may apply for admission into +2 course in the prescribed Common Application Form (C.A.F.) available in the College office within fifteen days of the publication of the results of Annual HSC exam. Admission is primarily on merit basis.

2.  COURSE STRUCTURE

2.1 The course-structure and distribution of marks for +2 Arts will be as follows :-

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First Year                                 Second Year

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English                                100                                             100

MIL                                      100                                             100

Environmental Education     100                                             —

Yoga                                  100                                               —

Food Processing                 50                                               —

Banking                                 50                                               —

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Basic Computer Education

50 (Theory) 50 (practical)

Elective – I                             100                                           100

Elective – II                            100                                           100

Elective – III                           100                                           100

Elective – IV                          100                                           100

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Total                                    1000                                            600

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2.2 The course-structure and distribution of marks for +2 Science will be as follows:-

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First Year                                 Second Year

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English                                100                                             100

MIL                                      100                                             100

Environmental Education     100                                             —

Yoga                                  100                                               —

Food Processing                 50                                               —

Banking                                 50                                               —

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Basic Computer Education

50 (Theory) 50 (practical)

Elective – I                             100                                           100

Elective – II                            100                                           100

Elective – III                           100                                           100

Elective – IV                          100                                           100

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Total                                    1000                                            600

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2.3 The course structure and distribution of marks for +3 Arts (Pass will be as follows :-

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First Year                         Second Year                         Final Year

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Eng – I              100       Eng – II  –   100                        ISC –             100

MIL – I               100       MIL – II   –  100                        ES –              100

Pass P – I         100       Pass – III  -100

Pass P – II        100       Pas – IV   -100                         Ele(B) – I       100

Elec (A) – I        100       Ele (A) II – 100                         Ele(B) – II      100

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Total                 500                         500                                              400

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2.4  The course structure and distribution of marks for +3 Arts (Honours) will be as follows :-

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First Year                       Second Year                         Final Year

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Eng – I      – 100             Eng – II   – 100                        ISC –         100

MIL – I      –  100            MIL – II    – 100                        ES –           100

Ele (A) – I –  100            Hons – III  -100                        Hons – VII   100

Ele (A) – II –  100           Hons – IV -100                        Hons – VIII   100

Hons – I     – 100           Hons – V  -100                        Ele (B) – I    100

Hons – II     -100           Hons – VI – 100                       Ele (B) – II    100

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Total            600                            600                                             600

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3.  Change of subjects

A candidate admitted into the College with particulars subject(s) or combination of subjects into +3 first year course of may be allowed the change of subjects or combination of subjects within 30 days after the last date of admission into the first year course. However, the change of subject for +2 1st year course will be strictly in accordance with the newly devised rules of e-admission under SAMS.

4.  UNDERTAKING

Before a student is admitted to the College she / her guardian (if she in minor) has to sign an undertaking in prescribed form that the student will abide by the rules of College and secure at least 75% attendance.

5. FEE COLLECTION 
Fees are only received on the dates fixed for purpose and on other fixed dates with default fine. A student not clearing the college dues shall not be allowed to take the examinations and her name will be struck off the college register. Students should maintain discipline and stand in a queue before the counters.

Govt. Dues to be Collected at the College Counter for the Session 2015-16

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SL.NO Head +2 1st Yr. Arts +2 2nd Yr. Arts +2 1st Yr. Science +2 2nd Yr. Science +3 1st Yr. Arts +3 2nd Yr. Arts +3 3rd Yr. Arts
1 College Development 250 250 250 250 250 250
2 College Examination 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
3 College Magazine 35 35 35 35 35 35 35
4 College Calendar 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
5 College Library 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
6 Reading Room 08 08 08 08 08 08 08
7 Common Room 07 07 07 07 07 07 07
8 Time table & Lesson plan 06 06 06 06 06 06 06
9 Identity Card 35 00 35 00 35 00 00
10 Proctorial 04 04 04 04 04 04 04
11 Abst. Of attendance 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
12 Guidance Bureaue 02 02 02 02 02 02 02
13 Cultural Association 15 15 15 15
14 College Union 15 15 15
15 Dramatic Association 15 15 15 15 15 15 15
16 Atheletic Association 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
17 Social Service Guide 02 02 02 02 02 02 02
18 Humanities Society 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
19 Day Scholar Student Association 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
20 Annual day 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
21 Scouting 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
22 Teachers Welfare fund 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
23 Students safety insurance 02 02 02 02 02 02 02
24 Medical Exam. Fees 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
25 Flag Day Token 05 05 05 05 05 05 05
26 Youth Red Cross 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
27 National Cadet Corps 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
28 Furniture Repair 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
29 Social service fee 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
30 Admission fees 08 08 10
31 CIIP 15 15
32 Rovers & Rangers 12 12 12
33 Postal Communication 06 04 06 04 07 02 02
34 Sports & Literary Fees(college) 30 30
35 Registration Fees 50 50 100
36 Recognition Fees 50 50 10
37 Sports & Literary Fees(council) 50 50
38 Enrollment Fees 100
39 Sports Fees(University) 50 50 50
40 Students aid Fund 10 10
41 Academic Fees 45 45
42 Syllabus preparation Fees 05 05
43 EMH Fees 150 150
Total 970 515 970 515 840 580 580
44 Registration fees(extra) for other board candidates 20 20 15
45 Arts Laboratory Fees(Each) 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
46 Science Laboratory(Each) 20 20
47 Seminar Fees for Honours students 25 25 25