Choice Based Credit System & Minor

In line with UGC recommendations, the University follows the Choice Based Credit System for all undergraduate students. Under CBCS, students choose a Specialisation (18 credits) within thedepartment and a Minor (12 credits) from anotherdepartment.

Under the CBCS scheme, a minor is an aggregate of 12 credits taken by an undergraduate student in another department.

List of Minors

Sl No

Departments

minor

1

Allied Health Sciences

Health And Hygiene,First Aid and Emergency Care and Communicable and Non Communicable Diseases

2

Nutrition and Dietetics

Basic Nutrition

Nutrition for Health and Fitness

Food Hygiene and Fitness

3

Computer Sciences

Office Automation systems

4

Counseling Psychology

Organizational Psychology

5

Economics Commerce and Management 

Business Management Studies

6

Environment and Traditional Ecosystem

Basic Environmental Studies

7

English and Communication

  1. Northeast Indigenous Art and Literature
  2. Advanced Course in English Speaking and Writing
  3. Computational Lexicography


8

Music

  1. Western Music Notation Reading and Writing


9

Social Work

Fundamentals in Community Development

Understanding communities

Steps in working with communities

Skill based application in community settings

10

Travel and Tourism Management



Introduction to Tourism

Adventure Tourism

Event Management

11

Center for Education

Basic Theoretical Concept of Education

Basic Elements in Teaching and Learning

Policies Issues and Sustainability in Education

12

Center for GENDER

Gender Studies, Reproductive Health, Sexuality and Life Skills Education

SI No Department Minor
1 Allied Health Sciences Health And Hygiene,First Aid and Emergency Care and Communicable and Non Communicable Diseases
2 Nutrition and Dietetics Basic Nutrition Nutrition for Health and Fitness Food Hygiene and Fitness
3 Computer Sciences Office Automation systems
4 Counseling Psychology Organizational Psychology
5 Economics Commerce and Management Business Management Studies
6 Environment and Traditional Ecosystem Basic Environmental Studies
7 English and Communication Northeast Indigenous Art and Literature Advanced Course in English Speaking and Writing Computational Lexicography
8 Music Western Music Notation Reading and Writing
9 Social Work Fundamentals in Community Development Understanding communities Steps in working with communities Skill based application in community settings
10 Travel and Tourism Management Introduction to Tourism Adventure Tourism Event Management
11 Center for Education Basic Theoretical Concept of Education Basic Elements in Teaching and Learning Policies Issues and Sustainability in Education
12 Center for GENDER Gender Studies, Reproductive Health, Sexuality and Life Skills Education
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