Choice Based Credit System

1,641 views

Published on

HPU Draft Regulations

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,641
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Choice Based Credit System

  1. 1. HPU Draft Regulationson
  2. 2. Elements of CBCSCBCSChoiceBasedSemesterAssessment(CCA)CreditGradingMultiple choices ofprogrammes andcoursesClear cut identificationof duration of teacherlearner engagementContinuous and ComprehensiveEvaluation in term of class roomattendance, Mid Term Tests,Assignments etcGive due weightage interms of number ofInstructional Hours perweekTransformation ofactual marks secured bya student in terms ofletter grades
  3. 3. Teaching HoursWorking Days 90Teaching/ WorkingWeeks15One Day 5 Teaching Clock HoursOne Teaching/ WorkingWeek6 days x 5 hrs= 30teaching/ working hrsOne Semester 30(Hrs)x15(Weeks)=450 teaching Clockhrs
  4. 4. DurationTDC/UG Programme 3-5 Years from date ofAdmissionEach Academic Year 2 Semester (Odd &Even)Odd(I/III/VSemesters)June/July to October/NovemberEven(II/IV/VI) November/December toApril/MayMinimum120 Total Credit Hours During A Programme
  5. 5. Credit Hour(s)Credit(s) Number of Hour(s) Per Week1 2 3 41234
  6. 6. Course Wise Credit Hour(s)CoursesNumber of Credit Hour(s) Per Week1 2 3 4General/HobbyCompulsoryElective/Core
  7. 7. Semester Calendar1-8 weeks(21st June-16th August)9 thWeek10-16 weeks(23rd August-3rd October)17-20Week(4th October-25th October)21-24Week(25th October-24thNovember)TotalDuration24Weekor6MonthsTeaching involvinglectures, tutorialsandpracticalsinterspersedwith comprehensivecontinuousassessmentin the form ofquizzes,assignments, groupdiscussions,seminarsetc. followed byminortest –ISemesterBreak/vacations/time forextracurricularactivitiesTeaching involvinglectures, tutorialsandpracticalsinterspersedwith comprehensivecontinuousassessmentin the form ofquizzes,assignments, groupdiscussions,seminarsetc. followed byminortest –IIPreparatoryTermEndExamination
  8. 8. ProgrammesB.A. (Arts / Humanities /Languages)B.Sc. (Sciences / PhysicalSciences / Bio-Sciences)B.Com. / B.B.A. (Commerce/ Management)
  9. 9. B.A. (Arts / Humanities / Languages)A. English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi, andother regional languages.B. Economics, Political Science, Sociology,Psychology, History, Philosophy, Geography,Mathematics, Statistics.C. Music, Visual Arts, Drama / Theatre, SocialWork, Journalism & Mass Communication,Foreign Languages, Public Administration.
  10. 10. B.Sc. (Sciences / Physical Sciences /Bio-Sciences)A. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology,Geology, Geography, Astronomy.B. Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science,Computer Applications, InformationTechnology.C. Home Science, Industrial Electronics,Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology,Biochemistry, Healthcare & Nutrition, Astro-Physics.
  11. 11. B.Com. / B.B.A. (Commerce /Management)A. Commerce, Management.
  12. 12. Major(Main)Minor(Allied)Identify &ConcentrateWould like toStudy14 (Core)+5 to 8 (Electives)=19 to 225 to 8 ElectivesCompulsory (3 to 6)General & Hobby (1 to 3)Total28-36
  13. 13. EVERY MAJOR COURSE HAS TO BECATEGORISED (by BoSs) INTOHARD CORE (Min 5)SOFT CORE (3 to be selected by a student)ELECTIVE (6 MIN TO BE IDENTIFIED )14
  14. 14. Major Can be FROMONE OF THE LANGUAGESONE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCE/HUMANITY SUBJECTONE OF THE NATURAL SCIENCESONE OF THE BIO-SCIENCESONE OF THE GEOSCIENCESONE OF THE COMPUTER SCIENCESANY OF THE APPLIED SCIENCESCOMMERCE/MANAGEMENT
  15. 15. MINOR SUBJECT COMBINATIONS
  16. 16. WITH LANGUAGESAS A ONE OF MAJOR SUBJECTSONE OF THE LANGUAGESOne of theLanguages OTHERTHAN THEMAJOROne of the SocialScience / ScienceSubject
  17. 17. WITHSOCIAL SCIENCES/HUMANITIESAS A ONE OF A MAJOR SUBJECTONE OF THE SOCIALSCIENCE/HUMANITY SUBJECT1. One of theLanguages ORSocial Science2. One of theScience OR SocialScince Subject
  18. 18. WITH NATURAL SCIENCES AS AMAJOR SUBJECTSPhysics1. Maths2. One oftheScienceORSocialScienceSubjectChemistry1. Physics2. One oftheScienceORSocialScienceSubjectMathematics1. PhysicsORChemistryOR One ofthe SocialScienceSubject2. One oftheScienceORSocialScienceSubject
  19. 19. WITH SPATIAL SCIENCES AS ONE OFMAJOR SUBJECTAstronomy/Geography/Geology1. Mathematics ORPhysics ORChemistry2. One of theScience OR SocialScience Subject
  20. 20. WITH BIOSCIENCESAS A ONE OF MAJOR SUBJECTSBotany1.Zoology2.One of theScience ORSocialScienceSubjectZoology1.Botany2.One of theScience ORSocialScienceSubject
  21. 21. WITH THE COMPUTER SCIENCES AS AONE OF MAJOR SUBJECTComputer Science, ComputerApplications, Information Technology1.Mathematics2.One of the ScienceOR Social ScienceSubject
  22. 22. WITH ONE OF THE APPLIED SCIENCESAS A MAJOR SUBJECTSAny of the AppliedSciences1.One of theScience Subject2.One of SocialScience Subject
  23. 23. CommerceAS A MAJOR SUBJECTSCommerce1.Management2.One of Social ScienceOR Science Subject
  24. 24. ManagementAS A MAJOR SUBJECTSManagement1.Commerce2.One of Social ScienceOR Science Subject
  25. 25. Courses in UG ProgrammesCategories of CoursesCompulsoryCoreElectiveGeneral Interest & Hobby
  26. 26. 1. Compulsory Courses• 1. Compulsory English• 2. Compulsory HindiLanguages• 3. Compulsory Social Science• 4. Compulsory Geography• 5. Compulsory IndianConstitutionSocialScience• 6. Compulsory Basic Science• 7. Compulsory EnvironmentalScienceScience6301234567Maximum MinimumCOURSES ARE TO BEPASSEDAll compulsory courses will be 3 credit hrs each.
  27. 27. However a student majoring in
  28. 28. 2. Core CoursesHard• Have to be done with out exception.• There will be no choice availableSoft• Have to choose a certain number ofcore courses out of the given number• Some degree of choice available
  29. 29. 144560102030405060Core Course(min no.)Credit Hours(per)Earned(Credit Hrs)Each Subject.....A student is required to pass in aminimum of 14 core courses in thesubject (Major) to qualify for degree.
  30. 30. 3. Elective Courses• Rule 1: UG BoSs of the subjects taught inthe colleges HPU and the concerned Faculty(with the approval of the Academic Council)will identify a number of courses as electivecourses in each subject.• Rule 2: All courses (core or elective) ofsubjects other than a student’s major will beconsidered as elective courses for UGprogramme.
  31. 31. 3.Elective Courses• Rule 3: Additional Elective courses (electivecourses opted for after the minimum requirementshave been completed) are open to all studentsirrespective of whether a student is doing major inArts, Humanities, Science, Language, Commerce.• Rule 4: The Department Committee of the collegewill decide the elective courses to offer and the sizeof the class when it is offered. However, it has to beensured that any elective course is offered at leastonce every three years.
  32. 32. 3. Elective Courses• Rule 5: The student will be allowed in an elective courseon a first-come-first-served basis, with the limit set inthe previous rule (Rule 4).• Rule 6: The failed candidates in one elective course arepermitted to opt for another elective course in anysubject or may be permitted to continue with the sameelective course when it is offered the next time.However, a candidate failing in a core / elective courseshall be allowed a maximum of two more (total of three)attempts to obtain a passing grade, failing which he / sheshall be considered ‘dropped’ from the course.
  33. 33. 3. Elective Courses10134051015Minimum (No) Maximum(No) Credit Hours(per)Major, 5Minor, 5Minimum ElectiveCoursesMajor, 8Minor, 5Maximum ElectiveCourses52400204060Maximum MinimumCredit Hours EarnedA student may opt for more elective courses in the subject of his / her major oroutside to make up for the ‘discrepancy’ if any or for ‘emphasis’ or ‘double major’
  34. 34. ‘Emphasis’ or ‘Double Major’• *Major with Emphasis at least 15 credits inexcess with a minimum of ‘A’ grade.• *Double Major (second major to be decidedby the Committee) when there are at least 30credits in excess with a minimum of ‘A’ grade.(To be decided by Committee)
  35. 35. ‘Discrepancy’• Discrepancy: <120 credits.• Student can make up for the discrepancy bytaking more compulsory courses (if he / shehas not already taken the maximum permittedcompulsory courses) or elective courses or GI& H courses as the case may be.
  36. 36. 4. General Interest and Hobby(GI & H) Courses• The college administration will decide on thebasis of its material and human resources as towhat such courses can be offered.– General Computer Applications (Software PackageTraining)– History of Science– Photography– Playing Musical Instruments (Sitar, Guitar, Tabla /Drums, Harmonium, Flute, Violin etc.)– Drawing and Painting.Maximum No, 3Minimum No, 1Minimum Credit1Maximum Credit3Max CreditEarned, 9Min CreditEarned 10 2 4 6 8 10Courses
  37. 37. COURSES TO BE STUDIED BY A STUDENTMAJORING IN GEOGRAPHYModel
  38. 38. Options Minor for aMajor in GeographyGeographyEnglish/HindiHistory/Economics/PubAd./Botany/HomeScience/IT/Statistics/Maths/Geology/ComputerApplication
  39. 39. Major in Geography(Say a student Opted )GeographyEnglish Geology
  40. 40. (i) Compulsory Courses for Major inGeography(a)Languagesa.CompulsoryEnglishb.CompulsoryHindi(b)SocialSciencea.CompulsorySocial Scienceb.CompulsoryIndianConstitution(C)Sciencea.CompulsoryBasic Scienceb.CompulsoryEnvironmentalScienceBetween 3 to 6 to be selected
  41. 41. (ii) Core Courses for Major inGeography(1)Hard Core1.RegionalGeographyoftheWorld2.MapProjections3.ThematicCartography4.RemoteSensing5.HumanGeography6.GeographicThought7.PhysicalGeography8.UrbanGeography(2)Soft Core1.AppliedGeography2.PopulationGeography3.EconomicGeography4.ElementsofGeomorphology5.Climatology6.GISMinimum 14 to be selected
  42. 42. (iii) Elective Courses for Major inGeography(1)Major1.AdvancedCartography2.Oceanography3.PhysicalSurvey4.Socio-economicSurvey5.SocialGeography6.CulturalGeography7.GeographyofResources(2)Minor1.RemedialGrammar2.ConversationalEnglish3.CommunicativeEnglish4.Geomorphology5.Hydrogeology6.HistoricalGeology13 in Total (Min 5 from Minor)
  43. 43. (iv) General Interest and HobbyCourses for Major in Geography1. GeneralComputerApplications(SoftwarePackageTraining)2. History ofScience3.Photography4. PlayingMusicalInstruments5. Drawingand PaintingBetween 1 to 3 can be selected
  44. 44. COURSE EVALUATIONCONTINUOUSCOMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION(CCE), 50END SEMESTEREXAMINATION(ESE), 50SHARE (%)
  45. 45. Continuous & ComprehensiveEvaluation (CCE)ClassroomAttendence,5Mid-TermTests(Twice), 30Seminar/Assignment/TermPaper, 15MAX. MARKSAttendance (%) Marks75-80 181-85 286-90 391-95 4>95 5
  46. 46. Question Paper Pattern for ESEA B C DQuestions 10 5 10 3Answer 10 5 5 1Answer(words) 1 25 50 400Marks(per) 1 2 3 15Total Marks 10 10 15 15105103105511255040012315101015151248163264128256512
  47. 47. Assigning the grades to the studentsin the class• Category I: Grade Points 10.0 Letter Grade S+• Category II: Grade Points 9.5 Letter Grade S• Category III: Grade Points 9.0 Letter Grade D++• Category IV: Grade Points 8.5 Letter Grade D+• Category V: Grade Points 8.0 Letter Grade D• Category VI: Grade Points 7.5 Letter Grade A++• Category VII: Grade Points 7.0 Letter Grade A+• Category VIII: Grade Points 6.5 Letter Grade A• Category IX: Grade Points 6.0 Letter Grade B+• Category X: Grade Points 5.5 Letter Grade B• Category XI: Grade Points 5.0 Letter Grade C• Category XII: Grade Points 0.0 Letter Grade F (Fail)• Category XIII: Incomplete Letter Grade I• Category XIV: Audit Pass Letter Grade P• Category XV: Audit Fail Letter Grade X
  48. 48. Grade Point Average (GPA) and theCumulated Grade Point Average (CGPA)• GPA and CGPA will be determined by the CoEoffice of the HPU as follows:GPA or CGPA = ( ∑ Ci Gi) / (∑ Ci)• Where, Ci is the credit earned for course i (ivarying from 1 to n) and Gi is the grade pointobtained by the student in course i (i varying from1 to n), n being the number of courses passed sofar by a student.
  49. 49. CategorizationCGPA Letter Grade Classification of the FinalResult9.51 and above S+First Class - Exemplary9.01 to 9.50 S8.51 to 9.00 D++First Class - Distinction8.01 to 8.50 D+7.51 to 8.00 D7.01 to 7.50 A++First Class6.51 to 7.00 A+6.01 to 6.50 A5.51 to 6.00 B+Second Class5.01 to 5.50 B4.51 to 5.00 C Third Class4.50 and below F FailNo Grade I IncompleteNo Grade P Audit PassNo Grade X Audit Fail
  50. 50. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMESTRUCTURESUGGESTED
  51. 51. Directions regarding Combination ofCourses as per Regulations on p19• Arrangement should be made to counsel thestudents1. to take a combination of Compulsory and CoreCourses in the earlier semesters (I and II),2. do the electives in the middle semesters (III andIV),3. and go for additional electives and GI & Hcourses in the last semesters (V and VI).
  52. 52. Semester I (Odd)Course Real World Credit Cumulated CreditsCategory-wiseCompulsoryCourse ICompulsory English 3Compulsory –6Core – 8Elective – 8GI & H – 1Total - 23CompulsoryCourse IICompulsory Hindi 3Core Course IRegional Geography ofWorld4Core Course II Applied Geography 4Elective Course I Remedial Grammar 4Elective Course II Historical Geology 4GI and H Course I General ComputerApplication1
  53. 53. Semester I (Odd)Real World Credit CRA MTT/2 S/As/TP ESE Max.GradePointsLetterGradeClassificationof ResultMaximum Allotted 23 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%Compulsory English 3 5 24 14 46 89 8.9 D++1st ClassDistinctionCompulsory Hindi 3 5 23 15 48 91 9.1 S1st ClassExemplaryRegional Geographyof World4 5 24 13 47 89 8.9D++ 1st ClassDistinctionApplied Geography 4 5 26 12 45 88 8.8 D++Remedial Grammar 4 5 28 13 47 93 9.3 S1st ClassExemplaryHistorical Geology 4 5 26 14 45 90 9.0D++1st ClassDistinctionGeneral ComputerApplication1 5 30 15 49 99 9.9S+1st ClassExemplaryTotal CreditEarned23
  54. 54. Semester II (Even)Course Real World CreditCumulatedCredits Category-wiseCompulsory Course III Compulsory SocialScience3Compulsory –6(12)Core – 8(16)Elective –8(16)GI & H – 1(2)Total – 23 (46)Compulsory Course IV Compulsory IndianConstitution3Core Course III Map Projections 4Core Course IV Population Geography 4Elective Course III Conversational English 4Elective Course IV Geomorphology 4GI and H Course II Photography 1
  55. 55. Semester II (Even)Real World Credit CRA MTT/2S/As/TPESE Max. GradePointsLetter Grade Classification of ResultMaximum Allotted 23 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%Compulsory SocialScience3 5 25 15 45 90 9.0D++ 1st ClassDistinctionCompulsory IndianConstitution3 5 24 14 47 90 9.0D++1st ClassDistinctionMap Projections 4 5 25 12 48 90 9.0 D++1st ClassDistinctionPopulationGeography4 5 27 11 45 88 8.8D+ConversationalEnglish4 5 26 13 48 92 9.2S1st ClassExemplaryGeomorphology 4 5 27 15 45 92 9.2 D++1st ClassDistinctionPhotography 1 5 30 15 49 99 9.9S+1st ClassExemplaryTOTAL CREDITEARNED23
  56. 56. Semester III (Odd)Course Real World CreditCumulatedCredits Category-wiseCompulsory Course VCompulsory BasicScience3Compulsory –6(18) (Complete)Core – 8(24)Elective – 8(24)GI & H – 1(3)(Complete)Total – 23 (46)Compulsory Course VI Environmental Science 3Core Course V Thematic Cartography 4Core Course VI Economic Geography 4Elective Course V Functional English 4Elective Course VI Hydrogeology 4GI and H Course III History of Science 1
  57. 57. Semester III (Odd)Real World Credit CRA MTT/2 S/As/TP ESE Max. GradePoints23 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%Compulsory BasicScience3 5 25 14 42 86 8.6 D++1st ClassDistinctionEnvironmentalScience3 5 25 13 44 87 8.7 D++ThematicCartography4 5 20 10 40 75 7.5 DEconomicGeography4 5 25 13 32 75 7.5 A++1st ClassFunctional English 4 5 18 10 30 63 6.3 AHydrogeology 4 5 22 11 35 73 7.3 A++History of Science 1 5 28 15 47 95 9.5 S 1st ClassExemplaryTOTAL CREDIT 23
  58. 58. Semester IV (Even)Course Real World Credit Cumulated CreditsCategory-wiseCore Course VII Remote Sensing 4Core – 12(36)Elective – 8(32)Core/Elective(Additional)-4Total – 24 (93)Core Course VIII Human Geography 4Core Course IXElements ofGeomorphology4Elective Course VIIWriting Skills &Broadcasting4Elective Course VIIIRemote Sensing inGeology4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Advanced Cartography 4* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  59. 59. Semester IV (Even)Real World Credit CRA MTT/2 S/As/TP ESE MaxGradePointsGrade ClassMaximum Allotted 24 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%Remote Sensing 4 5 25 10 40 80 8.0D1stClassDistinctionHuman Geography 4 5 25 14 34 78 7.8Elements ofGeomorphology4 5 27 13 33 78 7.8Writing Skills &Broadcasting4 5 24 12 35 76 7.6Remote Sensing inGeology4 5 26 13 36 80 8.0AdvancedCartography4 5 26 12 37 80 8.0TOTAL CREDITEARNED24* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  60. 60. Semester V (Odd)Course Real World CreditCumulatedCreditsCategory-wiseCore Course X Geographic Thought 4Core – 12(48)Elective – 8(40)(Complete)Core/Elective(Additional)-4Total – 24 (117)Core Course XI Physical Geography 4Core Course XII Climatology 4Elective Course IX Oceanography 4Elective Course XIntroduction toPhonetics4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Geology of India 4* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  61. 61. Semester V (Odd)Real World Credit CRA MTT/2 S/As/TP ESE Max.GradePointsLetter ClassMaximum 24 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%GeographicThought4 5 26 14 48 93 9.3S1stClass-ExemplaryPhysicalGeography4 5 27 14 47 93 9.3Climatology 4 5 28 14 46 93 9.3Oceanography 4 5 29 15 45 94 9.4Introduction toPhonetics4 5 29 14 48 96 9.6 S+Geology of India 4 5 28 13 47 93 9.3 STotal CreditsEarned24* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  62. 62. Semester VI (Even)Course Real World CreditCumulated CreditsCategory-wiseCore Course XIII Thematic Cartography 4Core – 14(56)Core/Elective(Additional)-20*Total – 28 (145)Core Course XIVGeographicalInformation Science(GIS)4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Social Geography 4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Cultural Geography 4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Geography ofResources4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Physical Survey 4Core/Elective Course(Additional)*Geography of India 4* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  63. 63. Semester VI (Even)Real World Credit CRAMTT/2S/As/TPESE Max. GradePointsGrade ClassMaximum 28 5% 30% 15% 50% 100%ThematicCartography4 5 29 14 46 94 9.4 S1st ClassExemplaryGIS 4 5 28 15 48 96 9.6 S++SocialGeography4 5 27 13 47 92 9.2 SCulturalGeography4 5 26 12 45 88 8.8 D++ 1st ClassDistinctionGeography ofResources4 5 28 13 47 93 9.3 S1st ClassExemplaryPhysical Survey 4 5 26 14 45 90 9.0 D++ 1st ClassDistinctionGeography ofIndia4 5 29 14 46 94 9.4 S1st ClassExemplaryTotal CreditsEarned28* Additional core / elective courses can be taken in the Fifth and Sixth Semesters for ‘Major with Emphasis’ and ‘Second Major’ as the case may be.
  64. 64. What we have to do?• Restructuring and Redesigning of AdmissionForm• Strengthening of Career & Counselling Cell(Important Role).• Role of Time Table Committee has becomemore important. Need to make time tablebefore beginning of admission process.

×