Bsc. Programs – honors

Types of courses Credits
Ability enhancement courses 10
Generic Electives 22
Core Courses 84
Discipline specific electives 24
Total 140

The Ability Enhancement Courses may be of two kinds: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC). These courses are based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement and value based competencies and skills. These are mandatory for all disciplines and program.

Ability Enhancement Courses credit distribution for B.Sc. Program both Honors and Regular.

AEC and SEC Courses B.Sc. (Honors and Regular)
Sr. No. Code No. Sem. Credits          Ability Enhancement Courses          Skill Enhancement Courses §   10 credits Credits
Th. Pr.
1. I 08 Communicative English 4
2. Environmental Studies 4
3 III/IV 02 Gender Studies 2


Courses offered

  • Environmental Studies
    • 4 Credit Theory
    • compulsory and interdisciplinary
    • Ability Enhancement Course (AEC) and Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)
    • Offered in I semester

The curriculum aims at providing solutions to some of the grand challenges facing the nation such as Combating with climate changes, Global Warming and Pollution.

  • Science for Life
    • 4 Credit Theory
    • foundation and elective
    • Generic Electives (GE)
    • Offered in II semester

The basic objective of this course is to develop scientific temper and help students understand where and how science is linked to daily life and to raise environmental consciousness among the students.
TheCommunicative English subject offered as an Ability enhancement Course (AEC) in I Semester aims to develop the language and communication skills of learners. The basic objective of the course is to lay a sound foundation of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of English. Functional English/Advanced English subjects offered as Generic electives in II Semester aims to strengthen advanced skills in reading, writing, comprehension and also develop literary sensibility among students. This also facilitates communication skills required in the professional environment and enhances personality of the students.
Generic Electives

Generic Elective (GE) course can be chosen by the student from other branches of the faculty of Home Science, with an intention to seek exposure and Knowledge beyond the specialization of their choice. These Electives Course can enhance their personal and professional development. Each student has to take one course from the Generic Elective courses offered from the other departments.

Generic Elective Courses credit distribution for B.Sc. Program both Honors and Regular.

GE Courses B.Sc. (Honors and regular)
Sr. No. Code No. Semester Credits Generic Elective Courses                      (22 credits) Credits
Department offering the course Course Title Theory. Practical.
1. I/ II 20 FN Department ·      Nutrition for Health Promotion  OR·       Fundamentals of Baking 4
2. 4
3. HD  Department ·       Personal and Professional Relationships in Adulthood   OR·         Marriage and Parenting 4
4. 4
5. MCE  Department ·      Digital Photography OR·         Voice Culture and Modulation 4
6. 4
7. RM  Department ·      Consumer Education and Financial Literacy OR·         Travel Arrangements and Formalities 4
8. 4
9. TAD  Department ·      Fashion Craft OR·         Fundamentals of Fashion 4
10. 4
11. English or Science Department ·      Functional English OR·      Advanced English OR·      Science for Life 4
13 4
14 III/ IV 02 English or MCE Department ·      Foreign Language OR·      Media and Information Literacy 2
15. 2

Core Courses for Specialization

Core Course -The course designed for papers under this category aim to cover the basics that a student is expected to imbibe in that particular discipline. A course, which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core requirement

Discipline Specific Elective Courses for Specialization

Discipline Specific Elective Course: Generally, a course which can be chosen from a pool of courses and which may be very specific or specialized or advanced or supportive to the discipline/ subject of study or which provides an extended scope or which enables an exposure to some other discipline/subject/domain or nurtures the candidate’s proficiency/skill