+2 Courses :
According to new course structure the selection of optional (Henceforth called ELECTIVE) subjects will be the main feature. Besides English and M.I.L. Environmental Education (EE) shall also be a compulsory subject. But Environmental Education will be taught only in 1st year and Examination for Environment Education will be conducted by the college at the end of the first year.
(i) Course Structure and Subjects of Examination :
Subject Marks 1st Year 2nd Year
1) English 200 100 100
2) M.I.L. 200 100 100
A candidate may be permitted to take up for higher secondary Examination one of the subject as M.I.L. under (ii) above without attendance at lecture in the subject if the institution in which he or she is admitted is not affiliated in that subject.
The council may, in special circumstance, permit a candidate to offer alternative paper in English of a higher standard that required in (i) above in lieu of M.I.L. paper, stating reasons.
(ii) Environmental Education (EE)
This subject will be assessed at the college level for 100 marks (70 marks for theory and 30 marks for project work) at the end of first year of +2 couse and the grades are to be awarded by the college and the same shall be recorded in the body of the pass certificate given by the council subsequently.
The grade secured in the Environmental Education (EE) will not affect the result of the candidate.
Above 70% A +
Above 60% A
Above 50% B
Above 35% C
Below 35% D
(iii) A. Subject of Examination for Arts Stream.
Out of the following Subjects a student shall have to offer only four elective subjects each carrying a maximum of 200 marks i.e. 100 Marks in First Year and 100 Marks in Second Year.
1. History 2. Pol. Sc. 3. Economics
4. Sociology 5. Education 6. Oriya
B. Subject of Examination for science stream.
1. Physics. 2. Chemistry
3. Mathematics 4. Biology
subjects with sanctioned strength :
1. English - 256 2. M.I.L. (O) - 256
3. History - 256 4. Political Science - 256
5. Economics - 256 6. Education - 64
7. Sociology - 192 8. Oriya - 256
9. Sanskrit - 128
1. English - 128 2. M.I.L. - 128
3. Physics - 128 4. Chemistry - 128
5. Mathematics - 128 6. Biology - 128
1. Audio – Visual Technician - 24
2. Office Management - 24
+3 COURSE STRUCTURE AND SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION
+3 ARTS (HONOURS)
Honours teaching is provided in the subjects namely Economics, Education, History, Political Science and
Sociology with 16 seats for each subject. An applicant to the degree class may state in his or her
application if he/she wants to take up Honours. For all honours subject the minimum mark shall be 40% in
the subject and the aggregate without extra optional.
The course structure and the mark distribution for +3 Honours shell be as follows :
1st Year 2nd Year Final Year
English 100 English 100 Ind. Soc. & Culture 100
M.I.L. 100 M.I.L. 100 Env. Studies/Population 100
Elect A – I 100 Hons. P – 3 100 Hons. P – 7 100
Elect A – II 100 Hons. p - 4 100 Hons. P – 8 100
Hons. p - I 100 Hons. p - 5 100 Elective B - I 100
Hons. p - II 100 Hons. p - 6 100 Elective B - II 100
Total 600 Total 600 Total 600
Note : A student of +3 Arts (Honours) Shall offer an honours subject carrying 800 marks and two elective
subjects carrying 400 marks and compulsory subjects carrying 600 marks, each elective subject shall
consist of two papers each carrying 100 marks.
Grouping patterns for +3 1st Year arts. (Pass)
Group Honours / Pass Elective
1. Economics Political Science Sociology
2. Education History, Education, Political Science, Sociology
3. Education History, Sociology
4. Education Economics, Sociology
5. Sociology Economics, History / Political Science,Education
6. Political Science History, Education
7. Political Science Economics, Sociology
8. Political Science Economics, Sociology
9. History Political science, Sociology
10. History Economics, Education
11. History Political Science, Education
12. Oriya Political Science, Education / History, Sociology
He / She has to choose two subjects as his/her electives. The first one from the elective group of subjects is for first year and second year for pass student only. And the honours students have to keep first elective subject in their first year only. They have to opt. for the second Elective in their final years.
For example a student having group - 1 can have economics (pass) with Pol. Sc. as elective – A in the first year
and second year and sociology as elective – B in his final year.
In case a Student having economics as honours subject has to opt. for political science as elective – A in the first year and Sociology as elective – B in the final years.
+3 SCIENCE (PASS)
The courses structure and marks distribution for +3 Science (Pass) shall be as follows :
1st Year 2nd Year Final Year
English (Comp) 50 E.V. Studies 50 Ind. Soc. & Culture 100
M.I.L. (Comp) 50 I.T. 50 Minor Elective P - 1 100
Pass A - 1 100 Pass A - 3 100 Major Elective P - 1 100
Pass A - 2 100 Pass A - 4 100 Major Elective P - 1 100
Pass B - 1 100 Pass B - 3 100 Major Elective P - 1 100
Elect A - 1 100
Total 500 Total 500 Total 500
Note : A student in +3 Science (Pass) shall choose two Pass subjects each carrying 40% marks besides compulsory
and elective papers. Subjects, with practical shall have 25% practical and 75% theory. There shall be two
electives, one major carrying 200 marks and with two papers of 100 marks each and one minor elective carrying 100 marks. Elective subjects are without any practical components.
(B) GROUPING PATTERN +3 (SCIENCE) PASS :
+3 1st. years science students will have to offer two pass subjects amount the following subject.
Group No. Pass Subject
01. Physics, Mathematics
02. Physics, Chemistry
03. Chemistry, Mathematics
04. Botany, Zoology
Students placed in group 1, 2, 3 mentioned above will have to take Biology for Physical sciences as major
elective to be taught at 3rd. year degree level. Students placed in group 4 mentioned above will have to take
mathematics and biology as major Electives. However Indian society & culture will be taught as compulsory in
the final year.
Note : Students seeking admission to Honours have to apply for that pass subjects mentioned above as in the heading (Honours/Pass).
CHAPTER – V
(A) College Examination :
There shall be First terminal, Annual and Test Examination during the 1st and 2nd year classes respectively at the +2 and degree stages in the faculties of Art/Science.
(i) Every student is required to appear at all these examination during session.
A student who absents himself from any of these examinations is to be fined as per the staff council decision.
(ii) A student who is found in possession of incriminating material or copying or taking any improper advantage in the examination shall be refused promotion, which he otherwise might have earned or penalized in any other manner which is deemed proper.
(B) Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa Examination Act & Regulation (1982) Extracts.
1. Eligibility :
Students registered under the Council are eligible to appear the Annual Examination in Arts & Science
stream for the purpose of such examination as regular course of study. A candidate should satisfy the
Council that :
(i) He/ She has completed not less than two academic sessions after passing the High School Examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education. Orissa, Cuttack or some other examination recognised by the Council for the purpose of such examination.
(ii) He/She has completed one academic year after passing qualifying examination conducted by the CBSE/ICSE and Board of Secondary Education of other States in India and has been promoted to the 2nd year class on the basis of the examination conducted by the institution in the first year.
(iii) A candidate can take the Higher Secondary Education in Arts/Commerce privately only on production of
proficiency certificate from the Head of an Institution.
2. Restriction :
(i) No candidate shall be permitted to take up the Second Examination in any subject, which he had not offered at the preceding Annual Examination.
(ii) No student shall be allowed to appear in the examination unless he/she is Regd..
3. Admission of Ex-Regular private Candidates :
(i) A student who has passed the Higher Secondary Examination will be permitted to appear at the same examination subsequently in any subject in which he has not already passed without attending a regular course of study in an institution.
(ii) A student who takes up a subject in which a practical course is prescribed shall have to produce a
certificate from the head of the institution to the effect that he/she has completed the prescribed
practical course in that subject.
4. According to new course structure there shall be one examination conducted at the end of the first year
of +2 course basing on the curriculum meant for that year and one examination at the end of the second
year to be conducted by the council basing on the curriculum meant for that year alone. The examination,
at the end of first year shall be for 700 mark (including 100 marks for Environmental Education) and the examination at the end of the 2nd year shall be for 600 marks, marks secured in the examination to be conducted at the end of first year shall be considered for promotion of students to the second year
class, but pass certificate will be awarded to be successful candidates basing on the performance in the council examination to be held in the second year only.
(C) Extracts of the Regulation to the +3 Degree University Examination.
(i) Registration :
Every student of the college is ipso facto a registered student of Utkal University. On admission into
the +2 Course and Degree Course a student pays a fee of Rs.30/- and Rs.40/- respectively for registration
of his or her name by the council of Higher Secondary Education / University. When the name of a student
is struck off the rolls of the college for default in payment of the prescribed college dues any other reason and re-admission is sought thereafter he or she to pay a re-entry fee of Rs.1/- only.
Those who seek admission to the college after passing the High School Certificate and Higher Secondary School. Examination of the Board of Secondary Education, Orissa shall pay an additional fee or Rs. 20/- for recognition.
This registration is essential for permission to sit for a CHSE/University Examination and the registration receipt is required to be produced at the time of filling up application forms for admission to each University Examination.
Regulation for Bachelor of Arts / Science / Commerce Examination. Three year Degree course. Effective for
students admitted to 1st year Degree course during 2002-03 and afterwards.
The three Year Degree Course leading to the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts / Science / Commerce of Utkal University shall be the Bachelor’s degree in Arts / Science / Commerce shall be required to pass the following examinations
(i) First University Examination
(ii) Second University Examination
(iii) Final University Examination
A candidate shall be eligible to appear the second and final university examination only if he/she has registered to first and second University Examination respectively. However, his/her results shall not be
published unless he/she has passed in the first and second University Examination respectively.
A candidate for the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts, Science and Commerce examinations shall be required to
enroll himself/herself, under these regulations as a student in one of the colleges affiliated to this
Admission to the Course :
Any person, who has passed the Higher Secondary Examination or the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa or any other Qualification Examination recognized by the Academic Council or CHSE, Orissa as equivalent therto, may be admitted to the 1st year of this course provided that a student shall not be admitted into Degree course in Science unless he has passed the Qualifying examination in Science.
No student shall ordinarily be admitted into the 1st year of the course four weeks (Including holidays and Sundays) after the date of publication of results of the Annual Higher Secondary Examination of the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa or after the reopening of the Summer Vacation, which ever is later, In exceptional the appropriate authority may notify the last date of admission.
Candidates who, for some valid reasons, are unable to take admission within the time prescribed under regulation
2.2 above, may however be admitted into a college within two weeks (including holidays and Sundays) from the
last date of admission with a late fee as prescribed by the University, The Principal of the college shall intimate the names of such candidates and their dates of admission and shall remit the late fee collected to the University in one lot within two weeks from the date of such late admission.
Candidate who have taken late admission, on payment of the late fee, shall have the percentage of lectures counted from the date of such admission.
Candidates passing the instant Higher Secondary Examination of the Council of Higher Secondary Examination, Orissa may be admitted into a college within two weeks (including holidays and Sunday) after the publication of their results provided that the candidate may be admitted within one week thereafter with a late fee as prescribed by the University for each candidate so admitted shall have the percentage of lectures counted from the date of his admission.
Provide further that students, who could not appear the University examination due to shortage of attendance, shall be allowed to take re-admission in the same year at the beginning of the immediate subsequent academic session subject to the availability of seats, preference shall be given to the students who have secured higher marks in the last CHSE or University examination, as the case may be.
Not withstanding anything contained in the preceding regulations, where the syndicate of the University, permits increase of seats in any class or gives fresh affiliation to an new subject in any college, the date of issue of such order shall be deemed as the date of publication of results of the Council of Higher Secondary Examination, Orissa for the purpose of admission therto.
A candidate whose results of Higher Secondary Examination are published late by the examination Authority may be admitted into the college within two weeks of this Publication of his/her results depending on the availability of seats provided that no Student can be admitted into +3 1st year class beyond 31st December of the concerned academic year.
Change of Subject (s) :
A candidate who has been admitted into a college with particular subject(s) on combination of subjects into the first year may be allowed change of subjects by the Principal till thirty day’s after the last date of admission into first year course as prescribed in the provision of the clause 2 of regulation.
Qualification for admission to the first, second and final examinations.:
Any registered student of the University may be admitted into the First Examination if he/she has completed in
one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects in which he/she offers a regular
course of study for not less than one academic year after passing the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Examination, Orissa or any other examination recognized by CHSE, Orissa and Utkal University as equivalent therto, provided he is not otherwise in eligible to appear the said examination.
Any registered student of the university may be admitted to the Second examination for the Bachelor’s Degree in
Arts / Science / Commerce if he/she has cleared the first examination in the concerned stream or has appeared the
said examination and has thereafter completed a regular course of study for not less tan one academic year in them second year course in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects which he/she offers, provided that he/she is not otherwise ineligible to appear the said examination.
Any registered student of the university may be admitted to the Final examination for the bachelor’s Degree in Arts / Science / Commerce if he/she has cleared the first examination in the concerned stream or has appeared the said examination and has thereafter completed a regular course of study for not less than one academic year in the, second year course in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects which he/she offers, provided that he/she is not otherwise iniligible of for appearing the said examination.
Any registered student of the university may be admitted to the Final Examination for the Bachelor’s Degree in
Arts / Science / Commerce if he/she, has cleared the second examination in the concerned stream of has appeared
the said examination and has thereafter completed a regular course of study for not less than one academic year in the third year course in one or more colleges admitted for the purpose of such examination in the subjects which he/she offers, provided that he/she is not otherwise ineligible for appearing the said examination.
In order to clear an examination (First / Second / Final) a candidate is required to secure 30% of marks in a subject and 40% in each practical paper.
Marks and Classification of Successful Candidates :
Aggregate mark for passing the degree examination shall be the sum total of the aggregate of First, Second and
Final Examinations taken together.
Class will be awarded on the following basis :
Pass A minimum of 33% in each subject and a minimum of 36% of marks in the
Pass without Distinction A minimum of 33% in each subject and a minimum of 50% of marks in the
Pass without Honours A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and less than 45% but not less than 36% in Honours subject.
Pass without Honours and A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in with Distinction subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 50% in aggregate for pass & Honours subject combined.
Second class Honours A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 45% marks or more but less than 60% in Hons. Subject.
Second class Honours with In addition to Second class Honours a minimum of 50% marks secured in Distinction subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
First Class Honours A minimum of 30% in each subject and a minimum of 36% in aggregate in subjects other than Honours and a minimum of 60% or more in Hons.
First Class Honours with In addition to First class Honours a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate Distinction in subjects other than Honours in first appearance.
5.2.2 In each of the above examination for subjects having practical a candidate, in order to pass, must have secured a minimum of 30% of marks in theory paper(s), taken practical paper other than Honours subjects, provided he/she has secured the minimum aggregate marks.
5.2.3 In each of the above examinations for subjects having practical, a candidate, in order to secure Honours, must have secured a minimum of 45% of marks in theory paper(s) taken together and a minimum of 45% marks in practical paper(s) taken together Honours subject.
5.3 a. If a candidate is marked absent in any sitting(s) of an examination such a candidate shall have to reappear in that paper(s) / subject(s) in order that his / her results as declared.
b. A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% in pass subject and/or a minimum 40% in each practical
paper either in the First, Second or Final examination of the University may be allowed to appear in those
subjects in not more than two chances (examinations) immediately following that examination for which he
was first registered to clear the back paper(s) on payment of prescribed fees. However, if a candidate
who has not cleared an examination may at his option, appear in all papers of that examination under the
candidate in that examination under the following conditions.
i. Marks secured by the candidate in that examination earlier stand cancelled.
ii. After exercising the option to appear in all papers of an examination, if a candidate fails to clear that examination he/she will be required to appear in all the papers of that examination in a subsequent chance, within 5 years of first registration First-degree examination.
c. If a candidate has appeared in back papers in the first chance and in all the papers the second chance and also has failed such a candidate can appear at that examination (in all the papers) under new course only withi5 years of 1st registration to first degree examination.
d. If the candidate fails to secure the pass marks in the aggregate under regulation 5.2 he/she may reappear in one or more subjects/paper(s) of his choice from either the first, second or Final Examination to make up the deficiency. This chance shall be available to a candidate in maximum two subsequent chances (examinations) only following the final examination in which he/she was first registered but within 5 years of 1st registration to First Degree Examination.
e. (i) Candidates who have been duly admitted to B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (Honours) (3 year degree course) examination
of the Utkal University and have obtained only a Second class (Hons.) or passed without Honours can
re-appear at any examination(s) for the Honours paper obly of his/her choice to improve their results
within two subsequent chances (examinations), on application submitted through the Principal of a
College affiliated to Utkal University in the subject up to the Honours level. ‘The higher of the marks
in each paper shall be taken into consideration for determining their results and divisions. However,
distinctions if earned by the candidate shall not be effected by improvement examination under the clause.
(ii) Provided that a candidate shall be allowed to improve its performance in theory papers only and only once after passing the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (3 year degree course) examination of Utkal University.
(iii) A candidate who wishes to improve performance in Hons. Shall be required to fill in application forms and pay the requisite fees accordingly.
(iv) Collegiate candidates taking this advantage be treated as regular candidates and will be examined on the basis of current syllabus.
(v) The expression “Subject” shall include all the papers comprised in the subject.
f. Provided further that in no case a candidate shall be allowed to appear any examination after 5 years of first registration to First University Examination.
Mode of Examinations and Duration of Paper :
6.1 The Examination in Arts/Science/Commerce shall be conducted by means of written papers.
6.2 There shall be a practical examination in all subjects in which it is prescribed in syllabus.
6.3 The duration of examination for each theory paper carrying 50 marks shall be tow hours and for
each theory paper carrying 75 or 100 marks, it shall be 3 hours. The course contents of the paper
shall be designed accordingly by respective Board of Studies.
6.4 The laboratory notebook of the fieldwork. Notebook of each candidate who offers a subject, in which there is practical examination, shall be inspected by the Examiners who shall take those into consideration, which determines the results of the practical examination. Each experiment in every notebook shall contain the date of the experiment, signature of the student and the initial of the teacher with date under whom the experiment was performed.
6.5 The question paper of the University Examination in Arts/Science/Commerce shall contain alternative
questions on the courses of study prescribed for the preceding year where such courses of study have since
been altered or amended.
Mark distribution :
The mark distribution in B.A/B.Sc./B.Com (pass and Honours) examination shall be as follows :
First Second Final Total
Pass 500 500 400 1400
Honours 600 600 600 1800
1. A candidate shall be required to attend 75% of the lecturers, tutorials and practical classes, taken separately in each subject during each academic year and condonation in exceptional cases may be granted by the college to the extent of 15%.
2. The syndicate may grant further condonation of shortage in attendance to be extent of 10% in respect of candidates who represented or state on deputation for any inter university or national camp competition of games or sports to be recorded in writing.
ORISSA ACT 2 OF 1988
THE ORISSA CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION
An Act to Provide for Penal Action for Adoption of Unfair Means at Certain Examination held in the State and Other Matters Connected therewith.
BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Orissa in the, Thirty Ninth Year of the Republic of India as follow.
Short title :
1. This Act may be called the Orissa Conduct of Examination, Act. 1988.
2. In this Act unless the contest otherwise requires :
(A) “Recognised examination” means an examination specified in the schedule and includes evaluation, tabulation, publication of results and all other matters connected therewith.
(B) “Unfair” means in relation to any recognized examination means taking or giving or attempting to take
or give any help, other than one permissible if any, Undid the rules applicable thereto, form any
material, written, recorded or printed or relayed or from any person, in any person, in any form
Prohibition of use of unfair means at examination :
3. (1) No person shall adopt or take recourse to unfair means at any recognized examination.
(2) No person shall aid, abet or conspire in the use of unfair means at any recognized examination.
Restriction on copies of question paper and other information :
4. No person who is not lawfully authorized or permitted by virtue of his duties to do so shall before the time fixed or distribution of copes of a question paper to examinees at a recognised examination.
(a) Attempt to procure or possess, such question paper or a portion or a copy there for.
(b) Impart or offer to impart information which he knows or has reason to believe is related or is derived from or has a bearing upon such question paper.
Prevention of leakage by person entrusted with examination work :
5. No person who is entrusted with any work connected with recognized examination shall except in the discharge or his duties, directly or indirectly divulge or cause to be divulge or to known to any other person any information in the discharge of his duties.
Restriction of taking papers :
No. person shall procure possess, distribute or otherwise publicize or cause to publicize any question paper
as being the one or purporting to be the one that is to be given of likely to be given at an ensuing
Prohibition for loitering etc. near examination center etc :
7.(a) No person shall move in the discharge of his duties during the hours when a recognized examination is conducted at any recognized examination center or where any evaluation is done.
(b) Two hours preceding the commencement of such examination evaluation or tabulation work on which such examination is conducted or evaluation or tabulation work is done.
Commit or cause to be committed any of the following acts within the premises where in the recognized examination is held or at any place where evaluation or tabulation work is done or at any public or private place within a distance of hundred meters of such premises or the place of evolutionary tabulation work ,
(ii) Distributing or otherwise publishing any paper or other matters relating to such examination.
(iii) Indulging in such other activity as likely to be prejudicial to the conduct of such examination or
is likely to affect the secrecy theory. Provided that nothing contained in this section shall
apply in respect of bonafied activities of examinees at the examination which is conducted at such
9. Whoever contravenes any of the provision of section 3 to 8 shall, on conviction, be punished with
imprisonment for a term, which may extent to three months or with fines up to the extent of three thousand
rupees but shall not be less than five hundred rupees or with both.
Investigation etc :
10. (1) All offence under this Act shall be investigated by an officer not below the rank of a Sub-inspector of Public.
(2) All offence under this Act shall be cognizable and non-bailable.
Established in 1979 and located at Ananatabata, Anakhia, 30 Kms. East of Cuttack (On Cuttack – Jagatsinghpur Road) and 12 Kms. West of Jagatsinghpur Bus Stand that spreads over an area of 17 acres of land.
Programmes of Study : +2 Science, Arts and Commerce, +3 degree in Arts and Science with Honours.