Jagan Nath University, Bahadurgarh, Haryana, India
THE ACADEMIC SYSTEM
The Academic System of Jagan Nath University, Bahadurgarh, Haryana has been defined in such a manner that it leads to realization of Founders’ Vision of establishing it as an institution of academic excellence committed to quality education and holistic concerns of life. The system aims to provide education that helps students acquiring desirable skills of discipline specific as well as broad knowledge of the wider world. The basic objective is to give right type of education and preparing students deal with modern world’s challenges characterized by complexity, diversity and change in the new economy. The main emphasis is on promoting interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary perspectives of learning along with studies in a major specialization. The academic system is in compliance with the UGC guidelines on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and University focuses on all the CBCS ingredients such as: Flexibility in the Choice of Courses and Credits, Continuous Evaluation Process, Uniform Grading System, Classification of Courses into Core, Electives, Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses and Skill Development Courses. Thus, our system lays special emphasis on research and innovations, skill development, holistic approach, industry linkage and promotion of human values. These may be called as the main pillars of the academic philosophy followed by the University. All these features are in-built into the academic processes. The CBCS provides flexibility in designing curriculum by following Mark to Market approach and assigning credits based on the course content and hours of teaching. It accelerates the teaching-learning process and also enables vertical and horizontal mobility in learning. This concept applies to all UG and PG programs offered by the University.
The University offers programs at UG and PG levels in various disciplines. The list of the programs and duration are given as at Annexure -1. The general guidelines governing the conduct of the programs are as under:
Type of Courses
Courses in a program of study are classified into four categories i.e. Core, Electives, Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC).
These are the courses which are to be compulsorily studied by a student as a core requirement to complete the degree in a program of study. They are compulsory courses generally given in the beginning semester(s) to build up basic knowledge in any academic program. The weightage for this category is suggested to be 15-20 percent of the total degree credit requirements.
Elective course is a course which can be chosen from a pool of papers. It may be
They are the depth courses designed to achieve any/all of the above objectives in any degree program. They help build expertise and skills in the degree domain area.
Further, elective courses may be divided into two categories i.e. Generic Centric/Open Elective and Discipline Centric/Specific Elective. ‘Generic Elective’ refers to those courses which add generic proficiency to the students and may be chosen from unrelated discipline. ‘Discipline Centric’ adds to subject expertise and are offered under the main discipline/ subject of study.
The weightage for electives in degree program is suggested to be 60 percent.
AECC are based upon the content that leads to knowledge enhancement. For example, English Communication, Environment Studies, Disaster Management, Computer Application, Community Service, etc.
SEC courses provide value based and/or skill based knowledge and may have content both Theory and Lab/Training/Field Work. The main purpose of these courses is to provide students life skills and hands on mode so as to improve their employability.
The weightage for category 3 & 4 above is suggested to be 20-25 percent of the total credits. However, keeping in view the nature and specific requirements of any degree program there may be some variations in the relative weightage with in the categories as suggested above.
The Academic System of JNUB has the following salient features:
The system reflects implementation of the UGC guidelines on Choice Based Credit System. The semester system is followed to implement CBCS in all the programs.
The students may take up any subject offered by the University after checking its availability and pre-requisite requirements.
A student is expected to take on an average 20 credits per semester. This limit may increase or decrease by 5 credits as per individual choice and capacity.
Research and Innovations, Skill Development, Holistic Approach, Industry Linkage, Human Values are the pillars of academic philosophy followed in the University and reflected in course curriculum content and pedagogy of each program.
It gives freedom to teachers in designing the curriculum in response to the changing requirements of industry and employability. Course up-gradation is a regular feature.
Research as an integral component of course curriculum in UG and PG program. The students may take real time live projects on regular basis in addition to major research project.
In all programs continuous evaluation system is followed which carries 30% weightage in evaluation process.
The minimum credit requirements to qualify for degree are fixed for each program. A student will have the freedom to take extra courses and credits to enhance skill sets.
In each program, the courses are classified into core, electives, ability enhancement and skill enhancement categories. AECC courses are mandatory for the students across disciplines. This category includes courses on English Communication, Environment Studies, Disaster Management, Computer Applications, Community Service, etc.
Industry internships and major research project are the essential components of curriculum in all UG and PG programs in the University.
|List of Programs Offered|
|Sr. No||Program||Duration||Eligibility||Selection Procedure|
|Faculty of Engineering and Technology|
|1||B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering||4 Years||10+2 (PCM) with min 50% marks||AIEEE/JUEE & Interview|
|B.Tech. in Computer Sciences Engineering|
|B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering|
|B.Tech. in Civil Engineering|
|B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering|
|2||M.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering||2 Years||B.Tech./ B.E./ MCA/ M.Sc. (Physics/ Maths)/ M.Sc. (Electronics), M.Sc. (CS/IT)||GATE/ NET/ SLET/ JUEE & Interview|
|M.Tech. in Computer Sciences Engineering|
|M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering|
|M.Tech. in Civil Engineering|
|M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering|
|3||Ph.D. (CSE, ME, CE, ECE)||3 Years||Masters in relevent discipline with min 60% marks||Entrance Exam & Interview|
|Faculty of Architecture and Planning|
|4||Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)||5 Years||10+2 (Maths) with min. 50% marks||NATA/ JEE (Main) & Interview|
|Faculty of Computer Science and Technology|
|5||Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)||3 Years||10+2(Maths) with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|6||Master of Computer Application (MCA)||2 Years||BCA/B.Sc. (CS/IT) with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|3 Years||Graduation with min 50% marks & Maths in 10+2|
|Faculty of Management and Commerce|
|7||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)||3 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|8||BBA (Professional) *
1. Management and Marketing of Insurance
2. Marketing Management and Retail Management
3. Management of Small and Medium Enterprises
|3 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|9||B.Com (H)||3 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|10||MBA||Finance, Marketing, HRM, Financial Markets and Entrepreneurship||2 Years||Graduate in any Discipline with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|11||Master of Commerce (M.Com)||2 Years||Graduate in Commerce with min. 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|12||Ph.D. in Management||3 Years||Masters in relevent discipline with min 60% marks||Entrance Exam & Interview|
|Faculty of Law|
|13||Bachelor of Arts and Laws (BA.LLB-H)||5 Years||10+2 with min 45% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|14||Master of Laws (LLM)||1 Year||LLB/ BA.LLB/ BBA.LLB from a Recognized University||JUEE & Interview|
|15||Ph.D. in Law||3 Years||LLM with min 60 %marks||Entrance Exam & Interview|
|Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication|
|16||Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BA-JMC)||3 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|17||BA ( Multimedia, TV& Film Production) *||3 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|18||PG Diploma in Photography *||1 Year||Graduate in any discipline with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|19||PG Diploma in Corporate Communication and Business Journalism *||1 Year||Graduate in any discipline with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|Faculty of Education|
|20||Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)||2 Years||Graduate/ PG in any discipline with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|21||Master of Education (M.Ed.)||2 Years||B.Ed. with min. 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|22||Bachelor of Arts/Science and Education (BA/B.Sc./B.Ed.) *||4 Years||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|23||Ph.D. in Education||3 Years||MA Education/M.Ed. with min 60% marks||Entrance Exam & Interview|
|Faculty of Agriculture Science|
|24||Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. Agriculture) *||4 Years||10+2 in Science Stream with min. 50 % marks||JUEE & Interview|
|Faculty of Physical Sciences|
|25||Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)||Medical and Non-Medical||3 Years||10+2 in Science Stream with min. 50 % marks||JUEE & Interview|
|Faculty of Allied Health and Medical Sciences|
|26||Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)||4 ½ Years||Candidate should have passed 10+2 (12th standard) or equivalent examination with science stream i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with at least 50% marks.||JUEE & Interview|
|27||M.Sc. Osteopathy||2 Years||Licensed, qualified Physiotherapists (Graduated/Post Graduated) passed out from recognized university/institution.||JUEE & Interview|
|Faculty of Vocational Studies|
|28||B.Voc. *||3 Years (Modular Form)||10+2 with min 50% marks||JUEE & Interview|
|* Programs to be introduced from the Session 2017-18|