Admission Committee:

1. Mr. Amay Angami, Admission Director
2. Hüsazü Epao, Principal
3. Angel Sonari, Vice Principal
4. Dr. R. Behera, Academic Dean (Social Sciences)
5. Dr. Thepfuvilie Pieru, Academic Dean (Sciences)
6. Dr. Vivee Peseye, Academic Dean (Music)
7. Neilevono Vüprü, Controller of Examinations
8. Razouvoto Chatsu, OSD

IMPLEMENTING CHOICE-BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS) AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

 The new educational policy, at par with international standards, is geared toward bringing equity, efficiency and academic excellence with special emphasis on innovation and improvement in curriculum design, a paradigm shift in learning and teaching pedagogy, and revamped examination and grading patterns. This system is described as “learner-centric” with a “cafeteria approach” allowing students to choose course from a wide range of disciplines: intra-disciplinary as well as inter-disciplinary, depending on the student’s interest in the subject(s) and career choice. In other words, the system offers opportunities to explore additional avenues of learning for holistic development while pursuing specialisation in the chosen subject of studies.  Keeping in view of the overall benefits that would accrue to the students, Patkai is implementing the new UGC recommended system with committed enthusiasm and confidence.

Name of the Course

No. of  Courses

Semester

Credit

Core Course   (The main subject opted as Honours)

14

2 courses each in the First, Second, Fifth and Sixth and 3 each in the Third and Fourth

1 Course =   6 Credits
Total Credits = 84

Discipline Specific Elective Course (Courses offered by the subject department)

4

2 courses each in the Fifth and Sixth

1 Course =  6 Credits
Total Credits = 24

Generic Elective Course (Courses to be chosen from any other department/stream)

4

1 course each in the First, Second, Third and Fourth

1 Course =  6 Credits
Total Credits = 24

Ability Enhancement Course (Common and Compulsory)

2

1 course each in the First and Second

1 Course =  2 Credits
Total Credits =  4

Skill-Based Elective Course (Courses offered by the subject department)

2

1 course each in the Third and Fourth

1 Course =  2 Credits
Total Credits =  4

Grand Total

26

              6

                  140

 

Admission and Eligibility

Admission notice
Notice for admission in UG/PG degree programmes shall be issued by the   Principal of the College through the media at least one month ahead of the date fixed for the commencement of the academic year.

Admission procedure
The application for admission only on prescribed form duly filled in and completed in all respects must reach the Principal/Director of admission of the College on or before the last date specified for the purpose.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

UNDERGRADUATES PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR OF ARTS (B . A.)

Core Course
Education             :  45% in Education    
Economics            :  45% in Economics
English                  :  55% in English
History                   :  45% in History
Political Science   :  50% in Political Science
Philosophy           :  45% in Philosophy

N.B. 1.  Applicant’s over all aggregate must be 40% and above
2.  Applicants must opt for one core paper and one generic elective (from any of the given courses)
3. Applicants may apply for core course in the subject not taken in HSSLC provided their minimum aggregate percentage is equal to or more than the prescribed percentage for each subject indicated above.
4.  May opt for Commerce Generic Elective

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B. Sc.)

Core Course
Botany                 :  45% in Biology
Chemistry   :  45% in Chemistry
Computer Science          :  45% aggregate in Science
Geology                 :  45% aggregate in Science
Mathematics         :  45% in Mathematics
Physics                  :  45% in Physics with Mathematics passed in HSSLC
Zoology                 :  45% in Biology

N.B. 1. Applicants over all aggregate must be 40% and above
2. All applicants must opt for one core course and one generic elective
3. Applicants for Geology and Computer Science as core paper must have           
at least 45% in aggregate in HSSLC (Science).
4. Applicants opting for Computer Science and Physics as core course must
clear  Mathematics paper in HSSLC.

Subject Combination Scheme
Core Course                     Generic Course (any one)


Group I      Botany          :  Zoology / Geology / Chemistry

Group II    Chemistry      : Botany / Geology / Mathematics / Physics / Zoology

Group III   Computer Science    : Mathematics / Physics

Group IV    Geology        : Botany / Chemistry / Mathematics / Physics

Group V      Mathematics    : Chemistry / Computer Science / Geology / Physics

Group VI    Physics   : Chemistry /  Computer Science / Geology / Mathematics

Group VII       Zoology                    : Botany / Chemistry

 

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B. COM)
Applicants over all aggregate must be 40% and above and with 45% in  Accountancy.

BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ( BCA)
Minimum percentage for admission to BCA is 40% aggregate in HSSLC in any stream of study.

BACHELOR OF MUSIC

POSTGRADUATES PROGRAMMES

M. SC. IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE / GEOLOGY

 

(i) A student must have the minimum qualifications as detailed below for admission into M.Sc. degree programme in Environmental Science and Geology of the College.
(ii) The students who have passed their B.Sc. (Hons.) degree with a minimum of 55% marks in qualifying examination will be given first choice in admission. The non-honours students will be admitted only against the seats not filled. Their admission however, will be based on the score of a written examination which will be conducted by the department of Environmental Science for the purpose.

(iii) Standard relevant formula as shown on the mark-sheet of the candidate will be used for the conversion of O. G. P. A. into per cent marks for the purpose of comparison of                  admission seeking candidates from different institutes following 4.0, 5.0 and 10.0 point scale of evaluation.

M. A. IN ENGLISH
(i) A student must have the minimum qualifications as detailed below for admission into M.A. degree programme in English of the College.
(ii) The students who have passed their B.A. (Hons.) degree with a minimum of 45% marks in qualifying examination will be given first choice in admission. The non-honours  students will be admitted only against the seats not filled. The non-English Honours students whose minimum          aggregate percentage in English papers is 55% may also     apply for admission in M.A. in English.

(iii) Standard relevant formula as shown on the mark-sheet of the candidate will be used for the conversion of O. G. P. A. into per cent marks for the purpose of comparison of   admission seeking candidates from different institutes       following 4.0, 5.0 and 10.0 point scale of evaluation.

Migration
The migration of students from other Boards shall be governed by the provisions of rules and approval of the Academic Council of the College.

Fees
The fees shall be as prescribed from time to time by the College.

 DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION FOR PG AND UG PROGRAMMES:

  • Photocopies of Admit Card,  Marksheet of HSLC and HSSLC, Original Transfer Certificate.
  • Three recent colour passport  photos of 3.5× 3.5 size with white background. Write your full name on the back of each photo copy.
  • Migration Certificate and Eligibility Certificate (for candidates from boards other than NBSE)
  • Produce original documents at admission time for verification