Mathabhanga College

Accredited by NAAC

Academic Details:

 

At present the college offers B. A., B. Com & B. Sc Courses (Honours & General)

Duration of Study:

Part – I:           1 Year 

Part – II:         1 Year 

Part – III:        1 Year

Subjects for Studies:

For all Courses - 

(i) Compulsory Bengali in Part - I, 

(ii) Compulsory English in Part - II, 

(iii) Environmental Studies in Part - III.

For B. A. Course

General Subjects (including Subject Codes): 1) Bengali (BNGG), 2) English (ENGG), 
3) Economics (ECOG), 4) Geography (GEOG), 5) History (HISG), 6) Philosophy (PHIG), 
7) Political Science (PLSG), 8) Sanskrit (SANG), 9) Sociology (SOCG), 10) Education (EDCG)

 

Honours Subjects (including Subject Codes): 1) Bengali (BNGH), 2) English (ENGH), 
3) Economics (ECOH), 4) History (HISH), 5) Philosophy (PHIH), 6) Political Science (PLSH), 7) Sanskrit (SANH).

 

For B. Sc. Course :

General Subjects (including Subject Codes): Physics (PHSG), Mathematics (MTMG) & Chemistry (CEMG).

Honours Subjects (including Subject Codes): Physics (PHSH) & Mathematics (MTMH).

 

For B. Com. Course :

General Subjects: Commerce Groups A, B, C & D.

Honours Subject (including Subject Codes): Accounting (ACNH).

N. B.:

1.         Each student of Honours Course will have to opt for two General Subjects, and each student of General Course will have to opt for three General Subjects.

2.         A student from any discipline can opt for Economics as Honours subject. There is no restriction of having Mathematics as one of the subject in the Higher secondary or equivalent examination.

3.        Honours in Economics having mathematics as a subject in the higher secondary or equivalent examination are subject to be awarded B. Sc. degree.

4.         A student of Honours Course in any subject will not be eligible to opt for Geography as a Combination Subject.

5.         No student will be allowed to opt for Economics and Sanskrit together as Combination 
Subjects.

6.         No student of General Course will be allowed to opt for more than one of the following subjects: (a) Elective Bengali, (b) Elective English & (c) Sanskrit.

7.         A student of General Course who opts for Geography will be selected on the basis of merit from the Admitted students on completion of Admission as & when notified by the college.

 

B. A. General Course: 

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Elective Subjects*:

Three Elective Subjects of 3 papers each.

Marks: 50x3x3=450

Three Elective Subjects of 3 papers each.

Marks: 50x3x3=450

Three Elective Subjects of 1 paper each.

Marks: 100x3=300

Total Marks

500

500

350

 

* If one Elective Subject is Geography, the details are as follows:

  

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

2 Theory Papers of 50 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 50 marks: 50x2+50=150

2 Theory Papers of 50 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 50 marks: 50x2+50=150

1 Theory Paper of 50 marks & 1 Practical Paper of 50 marks: 50+50=100

  

B. A. Honours Course:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Honours Subject:

2 Papers x 100=200

2 Papers x 100=200

4 Papers x 100=400

Elective Subjects:

Two Elective Subjects of

3 papers each.

Marks: 50x3x2=300

Two Elective Subjects of

3 papers each.

Marks: 50x3x2=300

 

Total Marks:

550

550

450

 

B. Sc. General Course:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Elective Subjects:

Physics:

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

1Theory Paper of 60 marks & 1 Practical Paper of 40 marks: 60+40=100

Chemistry:

The same as Physics

The same as Physics

The same as Physics

Mathematics:

3 Papers of 50 marks each: 50x3=150

3 Papers of 50 marks each: 50x3=150

1 Paper of 100 marks(75 Theory & 25 Practical)

Total Marks

500

500

350

 

B. Sc. Honours Course: Honours in Physics:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Honours Subject:

2Theory Papers of 70 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 70x2+60=200

2Theory Papers of 70 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 70x2+60=200

3Theory Papers of 90 marks each & 2 Practical Papers of 65 marks each: (90x3)+(65x2)=400

Elective Subjects:

Chemistry:

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

 

 

Mathematics:

3 Papers of 50 marks each: 50x3=150

3 Papers of 50 marks each: 50x3=150

 

Total Marks:

550

550

450

  

Honours in Mathematics:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Honours Subject

2 Papers of 100 marks each: 100x2=200

4 Papers of 50 marks each: 50x4=200

8 Theory Papers, 6 of 50 marks each, 1 of 50 marks, & Practical 50 marks: (300+50+50=400)

Elective Subjects:

Physics:

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

2Theory Papers of 45 marks each & 1 Practical Paper of 60 marks: 45x2+60=150

 

 

Chemistry:

The same as Physics

The same as Physics

Total Marks:

550

550

450

 

B. Com. General Course:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Elective Subjects:

3 Groups. Each Group consists of 3 Papers & each Paper of 50 marks: 50x3x3=450

3 Groups. Each Group consists of 3 Papers & each Paper of 50 marks: 50x3x3=450

1 Group, consisting of 3 Papers & each Paper of 100 marks: 100x3=300

Total Marks:

500

500

350

 

B. Com. Honours Course:

 

Part-I

Part-II

Part-III

Compulsory Subjects:

MIL: Marks=50

English: Marks=50

EVS: Marks=50

Honours in

Accounting

2 Papers x 100=200 marks

2 Papers x 100=200 marks

4 Papers x 100=400 marks

Elective           Subjects:

2 Groups. Each Group consists of 3 Papers & each Paper of 50 marks: 50x3x2=300

2 Groups. Each Group consists of 3 Papers & each Paper of 50 marks: 50x3x2=300

 

Total Marks:

550

550

450