BACHELOR OF ARTS

Compulsory subjects:

  • English
  • Modern Indian Language (Assamese/ Bengali/ Hindi/ Nepali) or Alternative English
  • Computer Skills/ Communication Skills (in lieu of Computer Skills) – 3rd semester
  • Multi-disciplinary – 4th semester
  • Environmental Studies – 4th semester
  • Skill based Courses (for General programme only) – 5th and 6th semester

Elective subjects:

  • Philosophy / Geography / Elective Hindi / Rural Development, Education / Mathematics, Economics / History / Information Technology, Political Science / Computer Application.

Combination of subjects for Major and Non-major Courses in B.A. programmme :

For Major course:

Compulsory Subject:

  • English
  • Modern Indian Language (Assamese/ Bengali/ Hindi/ Nepali) or Alternative English
  • Environmental Studies (4th Semester)
Elective Subject: Two subjects – One for major & one for core subject as mentioned below:
Major SubjectElective Subject (any One)
AssameseEconomics, Rural Development,Political Science, Education,
Philosophy, History, Geography
EconomicsPolitical Science, Rural Development,Mathematics, Education,
Philosophy, History,Geography,Computer Application,
Information Technology, Elective Hindi
EnglishEconomics, Rural Development, Political Science, Education,
Philosophy, History,Geography, Computer Application,
Information Technology, Elective Hindi
PhilosophyEconomics, Rural Development,Political Science, Education,
Geography
Political ScienceEconomics, Rural Development, Education, Philosophy,
History, Geography,Computer Application,
Information Technology, Elective Hindi
For Non Major (General) Course

Compulsory Subject :

        • English
        • Modern Indian Language (Assamese/ Bengali/ Hindi/ Nepali) or Alternative English
        • Environmental Studies – 4th semester

Elective subjects (any two)

      • Philosophy / Geography / Elective Hindi / Rural Development
      • Education / Mathematics
      • Economics / History / Information Technology
      • Political Science / Computer Application.

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