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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT (Abstract)

BA Programme in English under Choice based credit semester systemSchool of Distance Education/ Private mode- Syllabus in tune with Choice based credit semester System School of Distance Education regulations-approved implemented with effect from 2011 admissionOrders issued ……………………………………………………………………… GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH­IV­‘B’ SECTION No: GAIV/B2/9842/2010 Dated, Calicut University. P.O 01.09.2012 Read: 1.UO No GAIV/J2/3601/08 dated 17.12.2010 2.UO No GAIV/J2/3601/08 Vol IV dated 10.05.2011 3.UO of even no dated 08.05.2012 4. UO Note EX IV/1/Setting/Gen/2011 dated 25.05.2012 and Letter no SDE/C3/7144/2011 dated 02.06.2012 5. Letter SDE/C3/7144/2011 dated 06.07.2012 6. Email message forwarded by the Board of Studies Chairman English(U.G) along with the English(UG) Syllabus on 09.08.2012 7. Notes made by the Assistant Registrar in file of even no dated 09.08.2012 and telephonic conversation with the Board of Studies Chairman English(U.G) on 09.08.2012 8. Soft and hard copies of the Syllabus handed over by the Chairman,Board of Studies in English(UG) on 22.08.2012

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Vide paper read first above , Choice based credit semester system and grading has been introduced for UG Programmes under School of Distance Education/ Private mode of the University with effect from 2011 admission onwards. Vide paper read second above, Orders were issued to implement the additions to clause1 of the Regulations governing the Choice based credit semester system UG Programmes in School of Distance Education/ Private mode as follows

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The Syllabus of UG Programmes under Choice based credit semester system will be the same for the Regular, School of Distance Education and Private mode. The number of courses and credits of School of Distance Education/ Private mode will be the same as that of Regular Programme except for BA Programmes. For BA Programmes there will be one complimentary course in each semester with 4



References: if any may be given as Footnotes. However, this matter is left for the discretion of the student and Supervisor. Spiral binding. 85   • • Minor desirable variations can be adopted by the DLPC (Depat. Level Project Committee) of a College. Structure of the Project Report is as follows:Page i) “TITLE OF THE PROJECT REPORT IN CAPITAL Project Report Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Degree of Bachelor of Arts in English of the University of Calicut by (Students Name) Register Number Emblem of the Institution Month Year Department Name of College, Address Page ii) Declaration by the candidate Page iii) Certificate from the Supervisor, countersigned by the HoD. Page iv) Acknowledgements if any. Page v) Contents 13. It is of utmost importance that the student should refrain from plagiarism. The Supervisor shall take utmost care in this regard. 14. Evaluation of the Project: The Project Report shall be subjected to both internal and external evaluation. The Internal Evaluation shall be done at the Department level. As in the case of the Core Courses, the Internal Evaluation of the project carries 25% Weightage. This has to be awarded to the candidates on the basis of his/her performance in the project presentation followed by an Internal Viva-Voce conducted by a three member Committee comprising of the Head of Department, Supervisor, and a senior Faculty member. The External Evaluation of the Project is based on the written material. The external evaluation is done by a Board of Examiners consisting of a minimum of 3 members selected from a Panel of Examiners constituted from among the faculty members of English. The Board of Examination 86   shall consist of at least one faculty member from the Department, the students of which are examined. A copy of the Project report shall be collected and sent from the Colleges (Examination Centers) to the University and the External Evaluation shall be arranged as per University decision. Declaration of the Result: The student should get a minimum of C Grade for a pass. In an instance of inability of obtaining a minimum grade of C, the Project may be redone and the report may be resubmitted. 87

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