Choice Based Credit System

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is mandated by University Grants Commission (UGC). It allows flexibility in education system, so that students, depending upon their interests and goals can select inter / intra disciplinary and courses beyond their own domain. This is possible when CBCS an internationally acknowledged system is adopted. It offers opportunities and avenues to explore additional avenues of learning beyond the core subjects for holistic development of an individual. It ensures that a student develop both sides of his mind – the calculative as well as cognitive.

How Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) helps a Student?

  • Makes education broad-based and at par with global standards.
  • Allows a student to study what he prefers in his own sequence as per his interests.
  • Credits can be earned by choosing unique combination of subjects like Engineering with Basic Laws, Psychology with Basics of Physiotherapy and English with Techniques of Asian Cuisine and so on.
  • Credits earned at one institution can be transferred to another facilitating student mobility across institutions within the country and institutions that are spread across the world
  • The system will enable employers to assess the performance of students on a scientific scale and improves the job opportunities of the students

Features of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

Three types of CBCS courses followed:

Core – These are courses that must be studied as a core requirement. About 60% to 70% of the total credits are for the Core subjects.

For example, for ‘B.Tech Robotics Engineering’ students, ‘Object-oriented programming in Python’, ‘Motors and Sensors’ and ‘Science of Living Systems’ are core subjects.

Departmental Elective – A student gets the opportunity to learn a course that may be very specific or supportive to the departmental programme.

Approximately 15%-25% of total credits are departmental electives.

For example, for B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (Specialization: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning)” students, ‘Supervised Learning’, ‘Unsupervised Learning’ and ‘Big Data Analytics with Hadoop / Spark’ are Departmental Elective subjects.

University General Elective – It covers University wide general elective courses that are open for students to choose from the courses that are offered by other Schools unrelated to the students’ departmental programme under study.

About 15% – 20% of total credits are for University General Elective courses.

For example an engineering student can choose Psychology as his/her General Elective subject.

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LIST OF GENERAL ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

General Elective Subjects for Odd semesters -2022

Sl. No. Name of the Subjects Faculty Name Department
1 Foreign Language Training – French ADMIN (GE-AADL001) Prof. Sushovan Kundu Admin (Dean Academics)
2 Sports training in Basketball / Swimming ADMIN (GE-ADML001) Mr. Gopal Bhandari Admin (AVP)
3 Sports training in Cricket / Foot Ball ADMIN (GE-ADML003) Mr. Soumen Chakraborty Admin (AVP)
4 Yoga and Meditation – ADMIN (GE-ADML002) Mr. Utpal Ghurai Admin (AVP)
5 Climate Change & Its impact on life-SAAS (GE-AGL004) Dr Chandra Mukherjee Agriculture
6 Intellectual Property Rights – An overview and its importance SOLS (GE-LLBL002) Prof. Swati Sharma Law
7 Share Market and Equity Investment SOHMSS GE-BCOML001 Dr. Mustaq Ahmad BBA
8 Basics of Marketing – SHMSS (GE-BBAL003) Dr. Sweta Rani BBA
9 Entrepreneurship skills Development – SHMSS (GE-BBAL001) Prof. P. Roy Barman BBA
10 Income Tax and GST in Daily Life – SHMSS (GE-BBAL002) Prof. Bitobi Lahiri BBA
11 Writing Research Paper and Its Publication in Journals SST (GE-BTL004A)] Ms. Payel Paul Biotechnology
12 Diagnostic Tests and Its implication – an understanding – SHS (GE-BML001A) Prof. Swarnava Biswas BMLT
13 Basics of Artificial Intelligence & Data Science for non – engineers – SST (GE-CSEL006) Dr. Usha Rani Gogui CSE
14 Computer Application – SST (GE-CSEL005) Prof. Jaydeb Mondal CSE
15 Introduction to Big Data and Business Analytics for non – engineers – SST (GE-CSEL002) Dr. Partha Mukherjee CSE
16 Introduction to Cyber Security and its applications for non – engineers – SST (GE-CSEL003) Dr. Pranam Paul CSE
17 Basics of Python for Beginners – SST (GE-CSEL007) Prof. Sandipan Chakravorty CSE
18 Techniques of Asian Cusine – SHCA (GE-CAL002) Chef Atin Das Culinary Art
19 The art of Patisserie (Bakery & Confectionary) – SHCA (GE-CAL001) Chef Subrata Routh Culinary Art
20 Works of Shakespear / Wordsworth [Basics of English Literature-SHMSS (GE-ENL003A)] Dr. Atraya Banerjee English
21 Creative Writing – SHMSS (GE-ENL001) Dr. Debabani Biswas English
22 Social Media Advertising using – Google, FaceBook and Twiter – SHMSS (GE-ENL002A)] Prof. Rupa Biswas English
23 Basic Nutrition – SHS (GE-HML001) Prof. Atrayee Bandyopadhyay Hospital Management
24 Basics in Life Saving Management – SHS (GE-HML003) Dr. Tridib Chatterjee Hospital Management
25 Hygiene & Health – SHS (GE-HML002) Prof. Shreya Bhanja Chaudhury Hospital Management
26 Art of Mixology – SHCA (GE-HAL002) Prof. Sumit Das Hospitality Administration
27 Idea generation to Startup – INC (GE-INC001) Prof. Sudipto Bhattacharya Admin (Dean Academics)
28 Cyber Law & Protection from Cyber Crime SLS (GE-LLBL004) Prof. Souvik Dhar Law
29 Ramanujan Mathematics – SST (GE-MAL002) Dr. Mostaid Ahmed Mathematics
30 Personal Eye Health – SHS (GE-BOL002)] Prof. Kriti Mitra Optometry
31 Basics of Physiotherapy – SHS (GE-BPTL003) Prof. Amrit Biswas Physiotherapy
32 Diabetics and Hypertension Management SHS (GE-BPTL002) Dr. Haimanti Goswami Physiotherapy
33 Managing Health – Exercise and Fitness – SHS (GE-BPTL001) Prof. Srijani Banerjee Physiotherapy
34 Exploring Positive Psychology – SHS (GE-APL003) Dr. Soma Pramanik Applied Psychology
35 Stress Management – SHS (GE-APL001) Prof. Aritrika Lahiri Applied Psychology
36 Introduction to IOT and its applications for non – engineers SST (GE-REL001) Dr. Md. Kamaruzzaman Robotics
37 Understanding Robotics [SST (GE-REL002A)] Dr. Prabin Kumar Jha Robotics
38 Rooftop Gardening SAAS (GE-AGL005) Dr. Shankha Koley Agriculture
39 Beekeeping SAAS (GE-AGL007) Dr. Koushik Sen Agriculture
40 Farmentation Thechnology SAAS (GE-AGL008) Prof. Sujata Karmakar Agriculture
41 Landscaping & Gardening SAAS (GE-AGL010) Ms. Monika Jain Agriculture
42 Ornamental Fish Production and Management SAAS (GE-FSL004) Mrs. Subhalaxmi Das Banerjee Agriculture
43 Fish Production in household ponds SAAS (GE-FSL002A) Prof. Ujjwala Upreti Fishery
44 Vertical Guardening SAAS (GE-AGL012) Dr. Riman Saha Chowdhury Agriculture
45 Hydrophonic Vegetable Farming (Farming without Soil) SAAS (GE-AGL013) Dr. Sarthak Bhattacharya Agriculture
46 Geospatial Technology – An overview SAAS (GE-AGL014) Ms. Indrani Khaoso Agriculture
47 Dietary Supplement and Neutraceuticals SP (GE-PHL001) Dr Subhasish Mondal Pharmacy
48 Cosmetic Science – Skin Care, Hair care and Oral care SP(GE-PHL002) Dr. Partha Niyogi Pharmacy
49 Mental Health & Hygiene SHS (GE- APL002) Dr. Sudeshna Roy Applied Psychology
50 Introduction to Website design SST (GE-CSEL009) Prof. Souvik Biswas CSE
51 Introduction to App Development  SST (GE-CSEL008) Prof. Bilas Halder CSE
52 Introduction to 3D Printing  SST (GE-REL003) Prof. Sangeeta Barua Robotics
53 Foreign Language Training – German ADMIN (GE-AAD002) Dr. Niloy Sarkar (may delegate) Admin (Dean Academics)
54 Foreign Language Training – Spanish ADMIN (GE-AAD003) Dr. Niloy Sarkar (may delegate) Admin (Dean Academics)
55 Basic Economics – Demand, Supply and its Impcat on price level SOHMSS (GE-BBAL006) Prof. Santanu Ray Chaudhuri BBA
56 Basics of Indian Constitution (GE-LLBL003) Prof. Paramita Dhar Chakraboty Law
57 NSS AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (A SKILL BASED COURSE)
(GE-ADML004)
Prof. Suman Haldar Academic Administration
58 NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) (GE-ADML005) Ms. Munmun Das Mondal Academic Administration
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