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DEGREE COURSES

THREE YEARS DEGREE COURSE

B.A. GeneralB.Comm. GeneralB.Sc. General

B.A. HonoursB.Comm. HonoursB.Sc. Honours

Fee Structure


Degree courses

The bachelor of arts/science/commerce General/Honours course covers a period of three academic years consisting of six semester two semester are in each academic year. Two examinations – Mid Sem. And end sem. Will be conducted in each semester.


B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. General

DEGREE COURSES Exam. Compulsory (Composition) Optional Subjects Total Papers
Part 1 Sem. I
Sem. II
1 paper Hn /NHn
1 paper Hn /NHn
3 papers
3 papers
4 papers
4 papers
Part 2 Sem. III
Sem. VI
1 paper
1 paper
3 papers
3 papers
4 papers
4 papers
Part 3 Sem. V
Sem. VI
EVS -1 paper
EVS -1 paper
3 papers
3 papers
4 papers
4 papers

Students of Gen. Course appear for 4 papers in the end of sem. Exam.
Students of each of these papers will carry 100 marks including 25 marks for practical examination or as prescribed in the syllabus.
Pass marks for each subsidiary and general subject shall be 33% for theory paper and 40% for practical paper.
Note: A candidate  may offer Mathematics/Statistics and Geography for the B.A./B.Sc. General and Honours only if she has offered these subjects at the Intermediate level.

 

B.A. – General

Compulsory Paper  - Composition
Sen. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages – Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.

Optional Paper
A candidate for B.A. General Examination shall choose three subjects – one from group ‘a’ and two from group ‘b’.

Group List

  1. Group A. Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Odiya, Sanskrit, English
  2. Group B. History, Pol. Sc., Home Science, Economics, Philosophy, Music, Psychology, Geography, Mathematics.

Note : As optional, students can offer only one subject with practical (Political Science Hons. Students may take admission in 3 months Human Rights, (Foundation Course).)

 

B.Sc. – General

Compulsory Paper – Composition
Sem. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages - Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.

Optional Paper
A candidate for B.Sc. General Examination shall choose any one from group A or B.
Group A – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
Group B – Zoology, Botany, Chemistry

 

B.Com. – General Paper

Compulsory Paper – Composition
Sem. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages - Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.
Optional Paper
A candidate for B.A. General Examination shall  ………………… the subjects as below.

Optional Paper
B.Com. Part I – Business Organisation, Financial Accountancy, Principle of Economics
B.Com. Part II  - Business Laws, Money and Banking, Planning and Economics Development
B.Com. Part III – Business Stats, Business Maths, Advance Accounts/Auditing
Optional Group – Accounts i. Advance Accounts ii. Auditing.

 

B.A./B.Com. Honours

Course Structure

Please read details, under Degree course given on Pg – Students of the Honours Course shall appear for 5 papers in each semester Mid Sem. (20 marks) and End Sem. (80 marks)

DEGREE COURSES Exam. Compulsory Honours Subsidiary Total
Part 1

Sem. I
Sem. II

Composition
1 paper
1 paper

2 papers
2 papers

2 papers
2 papers

 

5 papers
5 papers

Part 2

Sem. III
Sem. VI

Composition
1 paper
1 paper

2 papers
2 papers

3 papers
3 papers

 

4 papers
4 papers

Part 3

Sem. V
Sem. VI

EVS
1 paper
1 paper

4 papers
4 papers

3 papers
3 papers

 

4 papers
4 papers

 

 

B.A. Honours Subjects

Compulsory – Composition
Sem. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages - Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.
Honours (any one of the following)
Bengali, Economics, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Home Science, Odiya, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Urdu, Music, Maths.
Subsidiary : Two subjects from the above list (excepting the one chosen as an honours subject) may be chosen as subsidiary subjects.
NOTE : A candidate may study a language as an Honours subject only if she has studied it as an Elective Language at the Intermediate level.

 

B.Com. Honours

Compulsory Subject Composition
Sem. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages - Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.
Honours in Accounts
Subsidiary : Business organization, Principles of Economics, Money Banking, Planning and Economics Development.

 

B.Sc. Honours

Course Structure

DEGREE COURSES Exam. Compulsory Honours Theory Practical Subsidiary
Part 1

Sem. I
Sem. II

Composition
1 paper
1 paper

2 papers
2 papers

75 marks each
75 marks each

50 marks
50 marks

2 papers
2 papers

Th.-Pr. each
75-25
75-25

Part 2

Sem. III
Sem. VI

Composition
1 paper
1 paper

2 papers
2 papers

75 marks each
75 marks each

50 marks
50 marks

2 papers
2 papers

Th.-Pr.
75-25
75-25

Part 3

Sem. V
Sem. VI

EVS

3 papers
3 papers

100 marks each
100 marks each

100 marks
100 marks

Only on general

Th.-Pr.
75-25
75-25

Note : Maths subsidiary / General 100 Marks.

 

B.Sc. Honours

Compulsory Subject Composition
Sem. I, II, III, IV – Hindi 100 marks or Non Hindi 50 marks Hindi + 50 marks one of the following languages - Urdu, Odiya, Bengali, Sem. V  & VI and EVS.
Honours and subsidiary candidate shall choose either Group A or Group B opting for one of the subjects of the group as Honours and the other two of the same group as subsidiary.
Group A: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
Group B: Zoology, Botany, Chemistry

 

Semester wise Fee Structure of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. & M.A./M.Sc. M.Com.

                    
B.A. B.Sc. B.Com. M.A.   M.Sc.   M.Com.  
Particulars Gen. SC /ST Gen SC /ST Gen. SC /ST Gen. SC /ST Gen SC /ST Gen. SC /ST
Tuition Fee - - - - - - - - - - - -
Admission Fee 200 100 200 100 200 100 400 200 600 300 600 300
F. Book 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
Misc. 100 50 100 50 100 50 150 75 150 75 150 75
Library 100 50 100 50 100 50 200 100 200 100 200 100
Computer 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 50 100 50
Mid. Term Exam. 100 50 100 50 100 50 140 70 140 70 140 70
I.Card 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Maintenance  150 75 150 75 150 75 220 110 300 150 300 150
Development 150 75 150 75 150 75 300 150 300 150 300 150
Sports 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 25
Regn. Forms 20 20 20 20 20 20 50 50 50 50 50 50
Registration Fee 90 90 90 90 90 90 250 250 250 250 250 250
Lab. 200 100 200 100 - - 200 100 300 150 0 0
NCC/NSS 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
Caution 100 50 100 50 - - 150 75 - - 0 0
Syllabus 30 30 30 30 30 30 50 50 50 50 50 50
Migration Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Dissertation             240 240 250 250 250 250
Grand Total 1540 915 1540 915 1240 765 2650 1695 2890 1820 2590 1670

 

 

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P.G. COURSES

Post Graduate Studies:

The Post Graduate Department offers the following subjects in :
A)Humanities / Social Science:
Hindi Political Science
English History
Sanskrit Economics
B) Science:
Botany Zoology

 

M.Phil & Ph.D

GANDHIAN STUDIES CENTRE FOR RESEARCH

 

Mahatma Gandhi was a great thinker and social leader who by his revolutionary and path breaking thoughts and action had left a lasting impact not only in India but the world as a whole. He had developed indigenous idea and provided cultural and ethical identity to India.

The teachings of Mahatma Gandhi were powerful enough to play a major role in the non-voilent revolution that overthrew British colonialism in India. But this was only a small part of his struggle. The greater part of Gandhi’s work was to renew India’s vitality and regenerate its culture.

Mahatma Gandhi was a champion of swadeshi or home economy.

Gandhi gave a social dimension to the concept of peace and nonviolence and demonstrated both through his life and work. He also illustrated how these concepts could be used as an instrument for fighting injustice at all levels.

There is a great need to acquaint the teachers and students with Gandhi’s thinking and work and to involve them in studies, research and field work bases on extension service programmes of constructive work.

Courses

M.Phil Programme
This one year programme has two semesters of six months duration each.
The allocation of the supervisor for a selected student shall be decided by the department.

Ph.D. Programme
In accordance with the UGC Minimum Standard and Procedure for Awards of M.Phil / Ph.D Degree


Faculty Profile

Dr. Sumita Mukherjee, Principal, Jamshedpur Women’s College
Dr. Purnima Kumar Associate Prof. & Head, Dept. of Political Science
Dr. Priti Sinha Associate Prof., Dept. of Political Science
Dr. Kakoli Basak Associate Prof., Dept. of Philosophy
Dr. Rekha Jha Associate Prof., Dept. of Economics
Course Co-ordinator
Dr. Purnima Kumar Jamshedpur Women’s College

VOCATIONAL & ADD-ON COURSES

DEGREE COURSES

BIOTECHNOLOGY
CLINICAL NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
ENVIRONMENT & WATER MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR IN LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE
MASS COMMUNICATION
BCA & BSC(IT)


ADD-ON COURSES

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN ELECTRONICS
COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
BANKING
HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES AND VALUES IN EDUCATION

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

Bio-Technology is a challenging field of modern science with a wide range of applications. In future, it may become a major force for human existence. The products of biotechnology which includes diagnoses, prevention and cure of dieses, new and cheaper chemical products that is pharmaceutical drugs and the new food source, devices for environment protection and energy conservation etc. play a very important role in employment, productivity, trade economics and the quality of human life throughout the world. It will not just affect individuals, but have a great impact on society.

Opportunity and avenue: Vocational course is basically meant to train students and arm them with required technique so that they can get proper employment in biotechnology firms/chemical industries, pharmaceutical companies or research laboratories after passing out or they may be able to work as an entrepreneurs successfully. Expertise in only one technique would normally be enough for absorption in such establishments. Employment opportunities are expected to increase manifold in future as biotechnology is the fastest developing applied science. Trained and properly skilled individuals may also work in association with other suitably skilled persons. Students of biotechnology are skilled to develop as independent consultants or researchers at suitable places. But, if one wishes, she can also opt for further studies (M.Sc.) and research in India or abroad.


About the Course

I. Eligibility
Candidate who have passed the Intermediate Examination of Board (University ), 12 years course of the center or state board , 10+2 system or equivalent thereof with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Math securing at least 50% in aggregate for general candidate and 45% marks in case of candidate belonging to OBC, SC,ST only.

II. Selection
Candidate must qualify through a written aptitude test to be conducted by the College/Department.


Structure
Honours in Biotechnology is a three years degree course.

Hons Biotech Compulsory Optional
Biotechnology

Compulsory Hindi-100 marks Or

English-100 marks Or

Hindi-50 marks + MIL-50 marks + Chemistry

Zoology

Or

Botany


The Main Course
The main course will put emphasis on field studies. On job training industry / NGO, Government organization is an essential part of the course the students will be encouraged for team work and group discussion on the relevant topics.

Communicative English may also be studied at the degree level.

Examination
Assessment will be through regular class test, assignment, project, seminar also discipline and attendance. Examination will be conducted at the end of every semester. Only who have 75% attendance will be eligible to appear for the exams.

Year Semester Total
B.Sc. I 1st Semester – 1st paper
2nd paper,
practical
200
2nd Semester – 3rd paper
4th paper, 
Practical
200
B.Sc. II(Hons) 3rd Semester – 5th paper
6th paper
200
4th Semester – 7th paper
8th paper,
Practical
200
B.Sc. III(Hons) 5th Semester – 9th paper
10th paper,
11th paper,
12th paper
100
100
100
100
6th Semester – 13th paper
14th paper
15th paper
16th paper
100
100
100
100

NOTE : Subsidiary paper will carry 100 marks each. In each semester there will be one paper each paper carrying 75 marks in theory and 25 marks in practical. In 3rd year there will be no subsidiary paper.

Fees
Admission Fee - Rs. 12,000/- per year
Examination Fee - Rs. 500/- per year

No of seats - 50

 

Rules and Regulations:
Admission is strictly on the basis of merit.
Regular attendance in classes is imperative.
Request for leave must be made in writing by Parents/Guardians before the Commencement of leave.
Any change in address (Residential) must be informed
Students must appear at every Test conducted with the College. Failure to do so will be viewed strictly and may result in withholding the student.
Parents/Guardians are urged to cooperate with the College authority in matters of regularity of attendance, punctually and behavior.
Lapses in discipline on the part of any student will result in disciplinary action against the student.
No society, association or club will be formed in the college without the prior permission of the Principal.
No meeting shall be convened and no person shall be invited to address any meeting or society without the prior permission of the Principal.
Mobiles are not allowed in the campus.
Students are advises to furnish accurate information in the admission form. If, at any stage, it is found to be incorrect, strict action will be taken.
A landline number must be given as the contact number.

 

Distinctive Feature:
Communication skills and personality development
The College/Department provides intensive training in communication skills and personality development throughout the duration of course for all the students.

Teaching and Training :
We believe in upward mobility in teaching, Hence, we follow modern trends in teaching and training methods. The department is always in a mode to apply modern techniques of teaching to students. Extensive use of audiovisual aids like still and video cameras, film projectors, 35mm slide projector, LCD projector, computers is the norm. Apart from these teaching aids, we include new techniques of classroom teaching such as hierarchical teaching , personalized tutorials detached and stylized method, student-based guided teaching method, self-assessment based procedural teaching method as and when required.

Workshop & Seminar:
Workshop are arranged to instill knowledge of proper practical techniques into learners of the course from time to time. These workshops would be conducted by experts invited from other institutions or from our own pool. Some workshop will be held by students themselves to demonstrate their skill. Seminar and symposia will also be held to organize lectures by invited experts of the field once or twice every year for the benefit of students.

At a Glance
Date of Issue of Application form:
Last date of receipt of Application:
Date of Selection Test :
Selection Result :
Admission Starts on :
Admission ends on :
Classes start on :


Cost of Prospectus cum application form cum admit card:
General Category : Rs. 400/-
SC/ST Category : Rs. 350/-


 

CLINICAL NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

AIMS & OBJECTIVES
Ever since the inception of this college, attempts have been made to achieve a high standard of proficiency in under graduate and Post graduate courses.
With the change in the needs of students in recent times, the emphasis is now shifting to vocational courses. This college now offers courses in Nursing and Health Service, Biotechnology, Clinical Nutrition, Electronics, Environment & Water Management.

Number of Seats : 25 Seats (Reservation Policy of Ranchi University will be followed)

Duration of Course : Three Years

Eligibility : I.Sc. , I.C.S.E, C.B.S.E., +2 (from any State / Board in the Country) With minimum 50% aggregate marks for general students and minimum 45% aggregate marks for ST/SC students in the qualifying examination .
Students must submit attested copies of Mark Sheet, School/College leaving Certificate, Cast certificate , for ST/SC (Annexure I & II) with the application form. Original certificate must be submitted at the time of admission with three copies of passport size photographs.

Important points to Note
Please Note......
1. 70% attendance is compulsory.
2. No student will be allowed to leave the campus during College hours without the permission of the Principal.
3. Request for leave must be approved.
4. Stay in the Hostel provided by the college, is compulsory.
5. Strict adherence to hostel rule is expected.
6. Lapse in discipline on the part of any student will result in strict action against the student. 

The subject of clinical nutrition and dietetics now a day has become indispensable in all the sciences more so in medicine biology experimental food dietetics etc. Student as well as research workers are ensuing to up date various method of improving nutritional status as well as health aspects. Clinical nutrition & dietetics dues greater emphasis in helping the students to recognize nutrition information, the body nutritional knowledge is Expanding rapidly with the development of new search techniques. Eating the right foods in the right amount avoiding or reducing the in take of harmful substance being physically active rather than sedentary and getting appropriate amounts and kinds of exercise and in general attempting to put in to practice and preventive medicine. Nutrition and health will be instrumental in human survival. This course is based on various fields name a few are human physiology basic nutrition bio-chemistry food micro-biology advance dietetics clinical nutrition and entrepreneurship development in addition to the teaching staff of the college scientist from other institution and doctors dietitian from different hospital will also engage theory and practical .

Clinical Nutrition course is job oriented and it also teaches Self Employment techniques.

The academically oriented can pursue higher studies

Job opportunities 
1. Hospital 
2. Nursing homes
3. Health club

Cost of Prospectus cum application form cum admit card:
General Category : Rs. 300/-
SC/ST Category : Rs. 250/-


 

ENVIRONMENT & WATER MANAGEMENT

This is a three year degree course started in the year 1996
This course is sponsored by UGC and conducted in JAMSHEDPUR WOMEN’S COLLEGE under KOLHAN UNIVERSITY

 

INTRODUCTION
Development of a nation and environment are inseparably linked to each other. Any development process is bound to have its impact on environment. A fast increase of human population and rapid industrialization have badly affected global environment. A full knowledge of various aspects of the environment is necessary for survival and well being of human race. The practical applications of environment are in various fields, to name a few are agriculture, biological survey, pest control method, fishing biology, forestry, game management, industries, pollution control etc.
In addition to the teaching staff of the College, scientists from other institutions will also engage theory and practical classes. Arrangement will be made for the students to visit laboratories of different institutions regularly. 

SCOPE AND OPPORTUNITIES

Many of the reputed industries recruit environment science graduates & water management graduates in their different units. The Environment & Water Management course at Jamshedpur Women’s College provides a degree in  environment & water management. So the students pursuing this course have a wide scope in both environment as well as in water   resource management. Further, they can join any NGO as there are many NGOs working in the field of environment & pollution management.

Most of the students who have completed this course from our department are pursuing their higher studies in India’s reputed Institutions like Kalyani University, West Bengal; Bardwan University, Bardwan; Sambalpur University, Orissa; Barkatullah University, Bhopal; Shivpur Govt. Engineering College, West Bengal; Bharti Vidhya Peeth, Pune; Bilaspur University, Chhattisgarh; Jamia Milia, New Delhi etc.

Moreover students have opportunity in Environment department of many industries.

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN RESEARCH WORK

  • One of our student Chandrani Tripathi of  1997-2000 batch is working on sustainable development in Canada.
  • Smrity Priya of 2006-09 batch is doing research at National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS DURING LAST FEW YEARS

YEAR

NO.OFSTUDENTS
APPEARED

NO.OFSTUDENTS
SECURING 1ST CLASS

PERCENTAGE

REMARKS

2006

20

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

2007

21

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

2008

17

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

2009

08

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

2010

16

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

2011

13

ALL 1ST CLASS

100%

University Topper From JWC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROPOSED MOU

  • Tata Steel’s Jubilee Park (Botanical Garden & Zoological Park) which organizes Seminar workshops etc. regarding Plant & animal  conservation.
  • Tata Motors Gram Vikas Kendra – an agency authorized  by the   Jharkhand Government to look after the environmental issues

CONDITIONS FOR ELIGIBILITY

  1. Candidates who have passed the I. Sc. (JIEC) ICSE or CBSE (10+2) or equivalent thereof are eligible for admission.
  2. Candidates must have passed the intermediate or 10+2 level examination with the following combination: Physics, Chemistry and Biology /Mathematics.
  3. Admission to the 3 year Degree (Vocational ) Honours Course shall be made on the basis of the marks followed by a Written Examination and interview to be conducted buy the college .
  4. The originals of the Marks Sheet , College Leaving Certificate, Character Certificate and Caste Certificate (For ST, SC, BC classes I and II ) must be submitted at the time of admission with 3 copies of passport size photographs.

A. Candidates shall have any two of the following subjects as subsidiary in addition to Honours Course.
1. Zoology 2. Botany 3. Chemistry 4. Physics 5. Mathematics

B. Candidates shall choose any one of the following compulsory subjects:
1. Hindi , 2. Urdu, 3. Sanskrit, 4. English, 5. Bengali, 6. Odiya 

C. Students must submit attested copies of the following along with the application form:
1. Mark Sheet of I. Sc. Examination 
2. School/ College Leaving Certificate
3. Caste Certificate for SC, ST, BC (Annexure I & II)

D. The reservation of seats for the course shall be as per rules of the Ranchi University, Ranchi for the candidates of SC/ST/BC (Annexure I & II)

FEES
a. Admission Fee 75.00
b. Registration Fee 40.00
c. Tuition Fee 1,200.00
d. Laboratory 1,200.00
e. Library 200.00
f. Electricity , Water 100.00
g. Maintenance 1,500.00
h. Development 300.00
i. Sports 25.00
j. Cultural Activities 60.00
k. Stationery 500.00
l. Caution Money 300.00

Total Rs. 5,500.00

1. Rs. 5,500/- per annum to be paid in two equal installments in the first week of January and July of each academic year.
2. Each candidate shall have to pay Rs. 500/- as examination fee for each year of examination in addition to the other fees.
3. The fee structure may be reviewed by the Vice-Chancellor of Ranchi University in consultation with the Principal. Jamshedpur Women's College, Jamshedpur.


 

BACHELOR IN LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE

OBJECTIVE
In response to the demand for a large number of trained personnel in libraries, documentation and information, centers, for various positions particularly medium and junior level positions, the JAMSHEDPUR WOMEN’S COLLEGE is launching Degree in Library and Information Science Programme (BLIS) in 2010.

ELIGIBILITY
The programme is open to either of the following :

  • Graduate with at least 45% marks.
  • Graduate with diploma in library science from a recognized institution.
  • Graduate with 2 years of working experience in Library and Information centers.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in any professional area(viz., Engineering, Medicine, Law, etc.)

DURATION
One Academic Year.

BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (B.L.I.SC) COURSE

Examination and Scheme of Papers
The duration of the course for the degree of bachelor of library science shall be one academic year.
The course shall be divided into two semesters and there shall be an examination at the end of each semester as given below :

Scheme of Papers

Paper No. Subjects Internal Assessment Marks Examination Marks Duration Total Marks
First Semester
I Library, Information & Society 25 75 3 hours 100
II Information Science 25 75 3 hours 100
III Library Classification(Theory) 12 38 2 hours 50
IV Library Classification(Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
V Library Cataloguing(Theory) 12 38 2 hours 50
VI Library Cataloguing(Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
VII Basics of Computer Application(Theory) 12 38 2 hours 50
VIII Basics of Computer Application (Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
      Total Marks                       500
Second Semester
IX Library and Information Centre Management 25 75 3 hours 100
X Computer Application in LIS (Theory) 12 38 2 hours 50
XI Computer Application in LIS (Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
XII Library Classification(Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
XIII Library Cataloguing(Practical) 12 38 2 hours 50
XIV Information Sources 12 38 2 hours 100
XV Practical Records        
A. Classification, Cataloguing, Library and information Centre Management, Information Sources and Services, Report on Internship and Library tour) 60      
B. Viva Voice (will be based on practical) 40      
Total Marks 500 500

Grand Total = 1000

NOTE:
Each student shall have to undergo an internship programme at a Library selected by the department for a period of one month immediately after the second semester examination. Successful completion of the programme is a must for their final results.

  • The teacher in the department will assign marks on account of ‘Internal Assessment’.  The head of the department will send the ‘Internal Assessment’ marks to the Examination Department of Jamshedpur Women’s College at the end of the each semester.
  • Medium of instruction and examination will be English or Hindi.
  • No candidate shall be deemed to have pursued a regular course of study for the academic year unless he/she has attended not less than 50% of the lectures, tutorials and discussion classes, taken together, held in each semester and not less than two third of the aggregate of the lectures, tutorials and discussion classes taken together for the two semester combined.”
  • A candidate, who does not fulfill the attendance requirement as above at the end of the semester, shall not be allowed to appear in the II semester examination. Such candidate will have to rejoin the course in II semester in the year immediately following, if otherwise eligible in the following year, provided requisite attendance is put in by such a candidate in the II semester and the aggregate of his attendance in the I semester in the previous year and II semester of the current year will determine his eligibility to appear at the examination of II semester of current year.
  • The pass marks require for each paper will be 40%. Marks secured by the candidate in the internal assessment will be included in total marks of each paper.
  • The total of marks obtained in the first semester and the second examination will determine the classification of the final result which will be as follows:
  • Minimum marks to secure a place in the first division will be 60%, in the second division 50 %, and in the third division and a pass 40%.
  • Library Tour Every year the department organizes visits to Libraries/Documentation centers in Jamshedpur and outside Jamshedpur in which participation by B.L.I.Sc. Students shall be compulsory. An estimated expense to be incurred by the students is approximately Rs. 2000/-.
  • Failed Candidates
  • A candidate who fails in one or more papers in the first semester or the second semester examination will be allowed to reappear in 4 succeeding semesters.
  • A candidate who has secured 40% or more marks in any paper shall not be permitted to reappear in that paper at a subsequent examination.

 


 

MASS COMMUNICATION

Mass communication means communicating to the masses, relaying the information to the masses through different modes. The choice of the media selected for broadcasting the message is very important. The chosen media should have the ability to put the point in front of the large section of society instead of catering to just one individual, simply speaking it must have mass appeal the information to be relayed can take different forms. It can be purely newsy or entertaining. It can also take the form of infotainment.
There are number of mediums available today to transmit the information and each medium has its own merits. Print, Television and radio are some of the medium through which one can connect with the masses instantly. Internet is another medium which has gained huge popularity in recent years, though the new media is young medium, it is gradually overtaking other mediums.
Various branches of mass communication :

Advertising : The study of tools and techniques for brand-building through effective communication.

Club Disk Jockey: the art of selection and playing of music for intended audience usually in a club setting.

Journalism: The core purpose of journalism is to inform, educate and enlighten the masses on various issues revolving them.

Film Making: Study of skills used in acting, directing, producing, script writing, cinematography, sound recording, visual mixing and editing etc.

Publishing and Printing: Study of scientific methods used printing and publishing industry.

Public Relations: Important executive who looks after the public image of the organization.

Radio Jockeying: Profession involving conducting radio programmes on various topics for the masses.

Video Editing: Training in tools and technique in various process of re-arrangement and modification of the video forms.

Video Jockeying: The art of keeping the teeny boppers on their feet all night long.

ADMISSION :
Admission starts for first year in any discipline. This course is for three years duration and for each year, the examination will be conducted by the University. A candidate, passing +2 or Intermediate examination having a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate is eligible to apply admission, which subsequently will be decided through a written/Aptitude Test and Interview. The written will be of objective pattern covering radio, television, history, culture, literature, sports, current affairs and journalism etc.
Candidate should submit the admission form on or before the last data fixed, along with the Mark Sheet of Intermediate or +2 (or equivalent). The candidate, after filling up the form, will retain with her admit card and shall directly appear in the test on the date mentioned in the admit card.
Course Fee : Rs. 20,000/- Per Year ( Except Examination Fee) for General
Rs. 18,000/- Per Year ( Except Examination Fee) for SC/ST.


RULES :
The rule is general framed for students of Jamshedpur Women’s College will be applicable to the students of this discipline also. It should be noted that money deposited for admission will not be refunded in any case, even if a student’s does not continue this course for any reason.

Job Scope and Career Option: There are good job opportunities available under this career with newspapers, periodicals and magazines, central information service, press information bureau, websites, AIR and TV channels.


DETAILS OF THE SUBJECT COMBINATION :
Journalism & Mass Communication has been approved by Kolhan University as Honours subject and is based on 15 papers besides permissible subsidiary subjects. For example, if a B.Sc. Student choose to have this subject as Honours, She will opt for 2 subsidiary subjects out of Physics/ Chemistry/ Maths/ Zoology/ Botany and a student of BA will choose any two out of Political Science/ Economics/ History/ English/ Hindi/ Sanskrit/ Geography/ Urdu/ Bangla/ Philosophy as subsidiary. In the same manner, a student of B.Com. Having this subject as Hons will go for two subjects of Commerce as subsidiary.

 

Syllabus for B.A.(Hons) Mass Communication
As per UGC guidelines

First Year
Paper 1 Introduction to Mass Communication
Paper II Reporting and Editing – I
Paper III Writing for Mass Media
Paper IV Indian Government and Politics and International Relations
Paper V Computer Application for Mass Media

Second Year
Paper VI Introduction to Audio-Visual Media
Paper VII Reporting and Editing II
Paper VIII Advertising
Paper IX Public Relations/Corporate Communication
Paper X Economic Development and Planning in India

Third Year
Paper XI Reporting and Editing – III
Paper XII Photojournalism
Paper XIII Design and Graphics
Paper XIV Indian Constitution and Media Law
Paper XV Development Communication

 


 

BCA & BSC(IT)

DURATION: 3 Years full time B.C.A. & B.Sc.IT Vocational Course.

Admission procedure:
The Prospectus with application form can be obtained by payment of Rs. 300 only in cash at the college counter. The dually filled in application form should be submitted along with attested Xerox copies of Mark Sheet (I.A,/I.Sc./I.Com) admit card, Caste Certificate(St/SC/OBC) and to self-attested envelop of 25*11cm size with a stamp of rs.5/- pasted on it.

Eligibility:
The candidates who have secured at least 45% marks in the Intermediate or +2 Examination under the disciplines of arts, science and commerce are eligible for seeking admission to the B.C.A., Course while only the Science students having Math at Intermediate or+2 Examination with a minimum of 45% marks are eligible to take admission to the B.Sc.IT Course.

Reservation:
Reservation policies are followed as per Kolhan University rules.

Selection procedure:
Strictly merit wise based on academic performance followed by an Interview.

Course Fee:
Rs. 8,500/- per semester (Rs. Eight Thousand Five hundred per semester) and Examination fee Rs. 1500/- per semester.
Provide proper guidelines for education loan.
The fee structure may be revised by the college authority time to time.

 

 


 

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN ELECTRONICS

(Approved by Govt. of Jharkhand and UGC)
EQUIP AND EMPOWER WITH ELECTRONICS

Electronics has become an all pervading essentiality in our day-to-day life. While the design and application of the concepts are done by a few specialists, the task of multiplying those and maintaining them necessarily calls for enormous manpower, skilled to handle those activities. The College has been successfully running certificate / diploma / advance diploma courses in Electronics since 2005. Sensing the demands of the Industrial belt and Research organizations in Jamshedpur, the college in keeping with its tradition has taken a bold and committed step of upgrading the course to Electronics & Instrumentation.

The course aims at enhancing the skill base among the students who would meet these needs and become effective in shaping their own future and that of the nation through their learning and expertise in the field.

The Add-on course has been approved by the UGC and has obtained an NOC from the Government of Jharkhand. The Academic Council of Jamshedpur Women's College has approved of the course will be upgraded to Diploma and Advanced Diploma, to arm the students with higher levels of skills e upgradation of the course.


Eligibility
The certificate course may be pursued by those students already enrolled or due to enroll (session 2005-2006) for an undergraduate degree in the college. Students from all faculties are eligible.

Career Prospectus
Graduates with a Certificate Diploma in Electronics can look forward to rewarding careers in the following segments.

  • Electronic chip making industry.
  • Computer hardware industry.
  • Consumer electronic hardware industry.
  • Maintenance of electronic gadgetry/devices.
  • Sales and service

Higher Studies 
A certificate/Diploma in Electronics in addition to the requisite undergraduate degree will enhance the candidate's selection to
the following Post- Graduate Courses

  • M.Sc. in Physics
  • M.Sc. in Electronics
  • M.Sc. in Information Science
  • M.Sc. in Bio-Medical Instrumentation
  • M.Sc. in IT

Placement
The Placement cell of the college organizes Campus Recruitments. Companies Visiting Ma-Foi, Usha Martin, ICICI Prudential , HCL, BPL, Hero Cycles.

Selection Procedure 
Through Written Test (See date below)

Important Dates(Will be updated soon)
Issue of forms begins : 
Issue of forms ends : 
Last date for submission of forms:
Date for written test :
Declaration of Result :
Last date for taking admission :
Classes begin :

Faculty
Experienced and qualified faculty from the academia and industry.

Salient Features
Theory and Practical classes will be held during college hours.
All classes will be held in the Department of Physics.
Project Work-Likely tie-up with industry/Scientific Organization
Applicants must submit the following documents along with the application form:
Proof of having applied for degree course in Jamshedpur Women's College (photocopy of admission form) for new entrants.
Those already pursuing graduation may submit a photocopy of their identity card.
Caste certificate for SC, ST, OBC, ( I & II)
Mark -sheet of I. Sc./ +2 examination.

Future Plans
The Certificate Course will be upgraded to a Diploma & Advanced Diploma course in each successive year.

Cost of prospectus -cum - application form 
General category : Rs. 100/-
SC/ST category : Rs. 75/- 

 


Come and Share the Fun n' Action in

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH COURSE

The newly introduced UGC Add-on Course

IN

Jamshedpur Women's College, Department of English

Boost of your career prospect in THE CORPORATE SECTOR, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

Buoy up your confidence...
Build up ladder for Higher education in foreign Universities, Scholarship Study Assistance...
You Name it......................
Simultaneously get the Degree of Graduation and the Certificate Diploma / Advance Diploma......Choice is your

COURSE ELIGIBILITY COURSE FEE
1.Certificate (One Year) Intermediate with 45% marks,quality marks in the aptitude test students for the college are eligible only Per Annum Rs. 3500/- for General Candidates, Per Annum Rs. 3000/- for SC/ST/OBC, Examination fee Rs. 500
2.Diploma (Second Year) Passed the certificate course
3.Advanced Diploma (Third Year) Passed the Diploma course

 

 


DR. KEYA MAJUMDAR

Course Co-ordinator

 


 

BANKING


Job oriented Add-On Course in Banking is introduced by University Grant Commission along with three year degree course. First year is known as certification course, 2nd year is Diploma course and third is advance Diploma course. This course is meant for under graduate of Jamshedpur Women’s college only.

Eligibility :
The students of Jamshedpur Women's college of commerce faculty are eligible to enroll 45% at the aggregate is must for all candidate seeking admission.

Teaching and Learning Aids :-
Experience faculty of commerce department of the college and from other college will be teaching with all the required learning Aids like, Auto Visual methods computer  and multimedia, workshop, class etc.

Pedagogy and Learning Aids :-
The focus is on participative Learning and it is not limited to classroom teaching. The emphasis is given on group discussion team building, project out, field survey, etc. Vocational trainings are organized to build confidence in the students.

How to Apply :-
Candidate seeking admission to the Job Oriented Add-on Course is banking are required to fill the prescribed form enclosed with the prospectus. The application form affixed in the prospectus shall be dully filled is and accompanied by the following documents.
-Two attested copies of mark sheets of all examinations passed.
- Attested character certificate issued by the head of the institution last attended.
- Three passport size photograph.
- Two attested copies of the date of birth certificates.

Details of Course :

Course Seats Eligibility Duration Mode of Admission Course fee per annum
Certificate Course 50 Intermediate in commerce from recognized board with at least 45% marks in commerce 1 year Admission Rs. 3500/- for General
Rs. 3000/- for S.C/ S.T
Diploma 50 Passed the Certificate 1 year   Same
Advance Diploma 50 Passed the diploma course 1 year Same  

N.B. : Rs. 500/- Examination fee for all the sections of students.

Add-on Course – Banking :

  • Course in Banking is the era of globalization would help in navigating in the business world, e-world, professional world and every banks.   
  • Course in Banking will help to face the job market with multiple choice and offers.
  • This course would help building up a career in banking sector.

 


 

Human Rights and Duties and Values in Education

(Duration - 6 months)

Open for all men and women

“Human Right” as a concept is strictly modern and has evolved along with the development of democratic theory and practice. Today it has assumed such status and importance that no country can afford to disregard them in public administration and international relations. It is therefore important that every section of the society, particularly those exercising public power, understands its importance and abides by its evolving standards. In order to sensitize individuals from different walks of life through human rights and duties and value education.

Eligibility: Intermediate or its equivalent examination passed.

Fees: Rs. 1500/- One time

Syllabus: available on www.ugc.ac.in 

Who can pursue this course?
Government Employees, Private Sector Employees, Social Organization/Non-government organization,
Persons associated with education, Lawyers, Judges, and Students pursuing any other course

 


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