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Post Graduate Course offered
(Autonomous Post Graduates Department under West Bengal State University)

Post Graduate Courses

PG Regulation

Master of Science
Master of Commerce
Microbiology
Accounts, Finance & Control
Computer Science
Geography
Marketing Management
Food & Nutrition



MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) (AUTONOMOUS)

OBJECTIVE: Opening of Autonomous Post Graduate courses in different emerging subjects like Computer Science, Microbiology, Geography, Food & Nutrition (from 2010-11 sesssion) etc. may develop better scope to the students for their professional career in industry or academic career for further study and research. M.Sc. courses in these subjects are designed to provide quality education in theoretical studies as well as practical training so that the students, on successful completion of the course, may either take up a professional career or attend research activities through academic career.

 

ELIGIBILITY: Computer Science: B.Sc. Honours/major in Computer Science and general/subsidiary/minor subjects in (i) Mathematics, (ii) Physics/ Statistics/ Electronic Science of WBSU or equivalent, recognised by WBSU.

Microbiology : B.Sc. Honours/major in Microbiology and general/subsidiary/minor subjects in (i) Chemistry, (ii) Physics/ Zoology / Botany / Mathematics of WBSU or  equivalent, recognised by WBSU.   

Geography: B.Sc. Honours/major in Geography of WBSU or  equivalent, recognised by WBSU.

Food & Nutrition:
B.Sc. Honours/major in Food & Nutrition/Chemistry/Physiology of WBSU or  equivalent, recognised by WBSU.

Selection of the candidates is based on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination. 

NUMBER OF SEATS :

 

Subject 
Total
Computer Science
35 
Microbiology
25+5*=30
Geography
30
Food & Nutrition
25

Reservation of seats as Govt. Rules
In case the reserved seats are not fulfilled, General Category candidates will be considered for those seats.

*Five seats in M.Sc.(Microbiology) will be field up from the applicants securing at least 65% in B.Sc.(Hons.) level at a concessional rate.

ATTENDANCE AND CONDUCT:

Now the curriculum runs in Semesterwise (Four) Examination System with 100 Credit Points. To appear at each semester examination one has to secure 75% of the credit per semester (contact teaching) both in theory and practical classes separately.

FEES STRUCTURE:

Subject

Course Fee

Remarks


Computer Science

Rs. 24,000/- per annum.

[On the basis of Tuition fee Rs. 1,000/- pm, Lab. Charge Rs. 500 pm, System development Charge Rs. 6000/- pa.]

Payable semesterwise in two installments


Microbiology

Rs. 27,000/- per annum.

[On the basis of Tuition fee Rs. 1,000/- pm,Lab. Charge Rs. 500 pm, System development Charge Rs. 9000/- pa.]

Payable semesterwise in two installments

*Microbiology
(concessional rate)
Rs. 12,000/- per annum.
[On the basis of Tuition fee Rs. 500/- pm, Lab. Charge Rs. 500/- pm only. ]

Payable semesterwise in two installments
Geography

Rs. 24,000/- per annum.

[On the basis of Tuition fee Rs. 1,000/- pm,Lab. Charge Rs. 500 pm, System development Charge Rs. 6000/- pa.]

Payable semesterwise in two installments
Food & Nutrition

Rs. 24,000/- per annum.

[On the basis of Tuition fee Rs. 1,000/- pm,Lab. Charge Rs. 500/- pm, System development Charge Rs. 6000/- pa.]

Payable semesterwise in two installments

There is a provision of financial assistance to financially weak students.

BRSC Centre for Career Development & Placement Cell
Institutional career development cell is working for value added education amongst the student. It develops the communication skill, soft skill and aptitude of the student horaizentally so that they can do better in the job market. Placement Cell has successfully organized different campus interviews for the opening of Job in the IT, ITes, Pharmaceutical, Financial, Insurance field in National & Multi-national organizations like CTS, Infosys, Wipro, Tech-Mahindra, Glaxo-SK, Genpack, Indian Foil, ITC-Marketing etc. in previous years.

LIBRARY:

Students are entitled to have the library facilities both reference and text. Besides, journals (both print and e-copy) are provided for their advance study and research project. College becomes the member of 'INFLIBNET' so the network service will be also extended for the students.



MASTER OF COMMERCE (M.Com.) (AUTONOMOUS)


OBJECTIVE: With the increasing complexities, in the world of trade, industry and business, the scope of Commerce is increasing day by day. Due to globalization of almost all the restricted, small national markets, the business activities all over the world have been gaining rapid momentum. Commerce, as a result, has opened up new vistas of oppurtunities both in the industry and in the Research and Academic field. In the world of Commerce, two important areas of interest - Accounting & Finance and Marketing, both of which are equally important from their context. Finance is creating immense scope in job and research works due to the development of share markets, international trade, globalization of business etc. and on the other hand, with the growth of cut-throat competition in almost all spheres of life, proper marketing is perhaps one of the major keys to success. This growing importance of Marketing and Finance certainly requires considerable volume of manpower having specialised knowledge of these subjects. Keeping this in mind, our college is offereing Post-Graduate courses in Commerce (M.Com.) with specialization in 'Accounts, Finance & Control' & 'Marketing Management'. Under the aegis of West Bengal State University with a greater degree of autonomy in structuring syllabi, conducting examinations and evaluations.

ELIGIBILITY:

Course

Seat

Eligibility


M.Com. with “Accounts, Finance
and Control”

 

 
40


B.Com. Honours/major degree with Accounts and Finance from WBSU or equivalent, recognised by WBSU

M.Com. with “Marketing Management”

 

 
35

B.Com. Honours/major degree with Marketing / BBA with Marketing from WBSU or equivalent, recognised by WBSU.

*Reserved category: As per Govt. rule. In case the reserved seats are not fulfilled, general category candidates will be considered for those seats.

ATTENDANCE AND CONDUCT

Now the curriculum runs in Semesterwise (Four) Examination System with 100 Credit Points. To appear at each semester examination one has to secure 75% of the credit per semester (contact teaching) both in theory and practical classes separately.

FEES STRUCTURE

Course Fee :      Tuition Fees Rs. 6,000/- per annum. (Payable at a time)
Laboratory Fees Rs. 1,800/- per annum. (Payable at a time)
[On the basis of Tuition fee is Rs. 500/- and laboratory fee Rs. 150/- per month]
There is a provision of financial assistance to financially weak students.

LIBRARY: Students are entitled to have the library facilities as per rules prevailing in the college.

 

 

Curriculum of M.Sc. in Computer Science

Course Code

Topic

Credit

Marks

CMSMT1.1

Discrete Mathematics

5

50

CMSMT1.2

Advanced Data Structure

5

50

CMSMT1.3

Analysis of Algorithms

5

50

CMSMT1.4

Data Communication

5

50

CMSMP1.5

Lab 1- Advanced Data Structure

3

50

CMSMP1.6

Lab 2 - Web Programming I

3

50

Semester I  Total
26
300

CMSMT2.1

Object-oriented Technology

5

50

CMSMT2.2

Computer Network

5

50

CMSMT2.3

Advanced Operating Systems

5

50

CMSMT2.4

Software Engineering

5

50

CMSMP2.5

Lab 3: Software Engineering

3

50

CMSMP2.6

Lab 4: Web Programming II

3

50

Semester II  Total
26
300

CMSMT3.1

Advanced Computer Architecture

5

50

CMSMT3.2

Advanced DBMS

5

50

CMSMT3.3

Compiler Design

5

50

CMSMP3.4

Lab 5: Advanced DBMS

3

50

CMSMP3.5

Seminar

3

50

CMSMP3.6

Design Work

3

50

Semester III  Total
24
300

Elective I

5

50

Elective II

5

50

CMSMP4.3

General Viva-voce

5

100

CMSMP4.4

Dissertation Work

9

100

Semester IV  Total
24
300
M.Sc. Course Total
100
1200


List of Elective I (CMSLT 4.1) & Elective II (CMSLT 4.2):


List of Elective Papers

1. CMSM T 4.S1 Artificial Intelligence
2. CMSM T 4.S2 Graphics & Multimedia
3. CMSM T 4.S3 Pattern Recognition & Image Processing
4. CMSM T 4.S4 Remote sensing & GIS
5. CMSM T 4.S5 Soft Computing
6. CMSM T 4.S6 VLSI Design

 

Note 1: Content and the list of books for each paper are given in the detail syllabi. Standard websites may be consulted for teaching purpose.
Note 2: For each Theory paper, 30% of full marks will be evaluated by Internal Assessment and 70% of Full marks will be evaluated in the Semester Examination.
Note 3: For each Practical paper, 50% of full marks will be evaluated by Internal Assessment and 50% of Full marks will be evaluated in the Semester Examination.
Note 4: The subjects offered in a particular semester will depend on the availability of teachers. If more subjects are offered than that has to be taken, the students have to specify their choice at the beginning of the semester.

 

Curriculum for M.Sc. in Microbiology

1st semester, July-December

  Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

MCBMT1.1

Microbial Cell Biology

4

50

MCBMT1.2

Environmental Microbiology & Microbial Ecology

4

50

MCBMT1.3

Recombinant DNA Technology and production of recombinant proteins

5

50

Biomolecular structures and their interactions

MCBMT1.4

 General and Microbial Metabolism

4

50

MCBMP1.5
General Microbiology (35)
Environmental Microbiology (30)
RDT (35)

6

100

Total

23

300

 

2nd Semester (January-June)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

MCBMT2.1

Molecular Biology

4

50

MCBMT2.2

Biophysical Chemistry & Instrumentation

5

50

MCBMT2.3

Enzyme and reaction kinetics (30)

5.5

50

Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity (20)

MCBMT2.4

Computational Biology  and Bioinformatics (25)

4.5

50

Biostatistics (25)

MCBMP2.5
Biochemical techniques (35)
Analytical Microbiology (35)
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (30)

 

 

6

 

 

100

Total

25

300

 

3rd Semester (July-December)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

MCBMT3.1

Virology & Yeast genetics

4.5

50

MCBMT3.2

Medical Microbiology & Microbial pathogenesis

4.5

50

MCBMT3.3

Microbial Genetics

3

50

MCBMT3.4

Food and Industrial Microbiology (25)

5

50

Regulation of gene expression (25)

MCBMP3.5
Food & Industrial Microbiology (50)
Virology and microbial genetics (50)

6

100

Total

23

300

 

4th Semester (January-June)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

MCBMT4.1

Immunology

4.5

50

MCBMT4.2

Cancer Biology, animal cell culture and gene therapy (25)

5

50

Plant Biotechnology (25)

MCBMT4.3

Eukaryotic Microbiology (35)

3

50

General concept of IPR, Bio safety and Bioethics(15)

MCBMT4.4

Antimicrobial agent (25)

3.5

50

Genetics and genetic interaction (25)

MCBMP4.5

Immunology (30)

4

50

Review of research papers and presentation (20)

MCBMP4.6

Project work ( Summer Project, 6-8 weeks) & Grand Viva (30+20 = 50)

6+3=9

50

Total

29

300

Grand Total

100

1200

 

Curriculum for M.Sc. in Geography

1st. Semester, July-December

   Module

Subject

Credit point

Marks

Module – 1

 Geomorphology

5

50

Module – 2

 Hydrology & oceanography

5

50

Module – 3

 Geography of Resources

5

50

Module – 4

 Social & Cultural Geography

5

50

Module – 5

a. Topographical map interpretation (25)
b. Interpretation of air photo (25)
c. interpretation of satellite image (25)
d. Soil and water analysis (25)

 

6

 

100

 

26

300

2nd Semester (January-June)

   Module

Subject

Credit point

Marks

Module – 1

Climatology

5

50

Module – 2

Soli and Bio-Geography

5

50

Module – 3

Philosophy of Geography

5

50

Module – 4

Population & Settlement Geography

5

50

Module – 5

a. Surveying : Theodolite/Total Station,
    GRS surveying (40)
b. Map projection : Concept and     
     application (30)
c. Thematic mapping (30)

 

6

 

100

 

26

300

3rd Semester (July-December)

   Module

Subject

Credit point

Marks

Module – 1

Regional Geography of South Asia

5

50

Module – 2

West Bengal with Special reference to Ganga Delta

5

50

Module – 3

Political geography and Geography of Development

5

50

Module – 4

Environmental issues in geography

5

50

Module – 5

a. Quantitative techniques (50)
b. Computer application in geography
      (25)
c. Geographical Information system(25)

 

6

 

100

 

26

300

4th. Semester (July-December)

   Module

Subject

Credit point

Marks

Module – 1

Special Paper – Theoretical (Fluvial geomorphology / population geography)

5

50

Module – 2

Special Paper – Theoretical (Fluvial geomorphology / population geography)

5

50

Module – 3

a. Research methodology (25)
b. Field (25)

5

50

Module – 4

Special paper practical
4a. Fluvial geomorphology
4b. population geography

5

50

Module – 5

a. Dissertation based on Special paper (Seminar Presentation 10 marks ) 
b.Grand Viva

2

50+50=100

 

22

300

 

Curriculum for M.Sc. in Food & Nutrition

1st. Semester (July-December)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

FNTM 1.1

Food chemistry

4

50

FNTM 1.2

Biochemistry I

4

50

FNTM 1.3

Applied Physiology

5

50

FNTM 1.4

Advanced Nutrition I

4

50

FNTM 1.5

Food Chemistry (Practical)

4

50

FNTM 1.6

Applied Physiology

4

50

Total

25

300

2nd Semester (January-June)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

FNTM 2.1

Biochemistry II

5

50

FNTM 2.2

Food processing & Biotechnology

4

50

FNTM 2.3

Advanced Nutrition II

4

50

FNTM 2.4

Food commodities & packaging

4

50

FNTM 2.5

Food processing and preservation practical

4

50

FNTM 2.6

Biochemistry (practical 50)

4

50

Total

25

300

3rd Semester (July-December)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

FNTM 3.1

Food Microbiology

5

50

FNTM 3.2

Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics

4

50

FNTM 3.3

Research Methodology, Computer application & statistics

4

50

FNTM 3.4

Community Nutrition

4

50

FNTM 3.5

Food Microbiology (Practical)                             

4

50

FNTM 3.6

Clinical nutrition Meal planning & Community nutrition (Practical)

4

50

Total

25

300

4th Semester (January-June)

    Unit/ Paper

Topic

Credit

Marks

FNTM 4.1

Human Resource & Institutional Management

4

50

FNTM 4.2

Public Health epidemiology

5

50

FNTM 4.3

    1. Clinical nutrition or
    2. Food standard & safety

4

50

FNTM 4.4

Dissertation

4

50

FNTM 4.5

a) Seminar & journal club
b) Grand Viva

4+4

50+50

Total

25

300

 

M. Com.

Semester-based Curriculum Structure

SEMESTER I  :  July – December (Common Papers)

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

COMMT1.1

Organizational Behaviour

4
50

COMMT1.2

Management & Corporate Governance

4
50

COMMT1.3

Managerial Economics

4
50

COMMT1.4

Statistical Methods in Business

4
50

COMMP1.5

Computer Application in Accounting & Business-I

3

50

 

SEMESTER I : Total

19
250

SEMESTER II  :  January – June (Common Papers)

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

COMMT2.1

Business Legislation

4
50

COMMT2.2

Operation Research

4
50

COMMT2.3

Financial Services

4
50

COMMT2.4

International Business

4
50

COMMP2.5

Information Systems in Management & E-commerce

4

50
COMMP2.6

Computer Application in Accounting & Business-II

3
50
COMMP2.7

Research Methodology and Case Based  Studies on Contemporary Issues (25+25)

3.5
50

 

SEMESTER II : Total

26.5
350

Accounts, Finance & Control

SEMESTER III  :  July - December

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

AFCMT3.1

Advanced Accounting - Theory & Practice

4.5
50

AFCMT3.2

Financial Reporting

4.5
50

AFCMT3.3

Advanced Cost and Management Accounting

4.5
50

AFCMT3.4

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

4.5
50

AFCMT3.5

Business Taxation

4.5
50

AFCMP3.6

Direct & Indirect Taxation

3
50

 

SEMESTER III : Total

25.5
300

SEMESTER IV  :  January - June

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

AFCMT4.1

Advanced Auditing

4.5
50

AFCMT4.2

Financial Analysis

4.5
50

AFCMT4.3

International Financial Management

4.5
50

AFCMT4.4

Strategic Finance

4.5
50

AFCMP4.5

Project

9
50

AFCMP4.6

Grand Viva-Voce

2
50

 

SEMESTER IV : Total

29
300
  CURRICULUM TOTAL
100
1200

Marketing Management

SEMESTER III  :  July - December

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

MRMMT3.1

Consumer Behaviour & Customer Relationship Management

4.5
50

MRMMT3.2

Marketing Research

4.5
50

MRMMT3.3

Product & Brand Management

4.5
50

MRMMT3.4

Sales & Logistics Management

4.5
50

MRMMT3.5

Advertising & Promotion

4.5
50

MRMMP3.6

Accounting & Finance for Marketing

3
50

 

SEMESTER III : Total

25.5
300

SEMESTER IV  :  January - June

   Paper Code

Paper

Credit

Marks

MRMMT4.1

Services Marketing

4.5
50

MRMMT4.2

Industrial Marketing

4.5
50

MRMMT4.3

Retail Management

4.5
50

MRMMT4.4

International Marketing

4.5
50

MRMMP4.5

Project

9
50

MRMMP4.6

Grand Viva-Voce

2
50

 

SEMESTER IV : Total

29
300
  CURRICULUM TOTAL
100
1200

 

 

 

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