Undergraduate Syllabuses

The undergraduate syllabuses of the different subjects have been prepared by the Cotton College faculty, incorporating inputs from external experts. This is perhaps a unique experiment where College faculty have worked enthusiastically to prepare new improved syllabuses for each subject. These have been prepared to also encourage self-learning processes, in addition to the standard lecture schedule, and have been put in the L+T+P (Lectures + Tutorials + Practicals) structure. A road map for a Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Continuous Assessment and Grading Pattern (CAGP) has been adopted by the Academic Council and approved by the Executive Council of Cotton College State University. CCSU will endeavour to offer the best education possible with the available resources and infrastructure, and at the same time continue to work vigorously on improving the facilities.

   

CCSU will continue to keep examining the syllabuses periodically with the help of external experts, incorporating new ideas and developments. Cotton College State University will do its best to provide broad-based, holistic education to the students who pass through this institution. Web links to good resource material in the different subjects will also be put in place shortly.
Suggestions and comments may be sent to the Vice Chancellor, CCSU (vc.ccsu@gmail.com).

The undergraduate syllabuses are being uploaded after they have gone through the University procedures. The core papers, labeled C, are for those who are taking the subject as a major one and hence specialising in it. The elective papers, labelled E, are presently meant for students who are taking another subject as a major one. Several departments have worked out the syllabuses for more than one elective (E) paper. However, due to logistic constraints only one elective paper will be decided by the respective departments this year. The University is facilitating the studying of a Modern Indian Language (MIL) by science students (as a compulsory paper), while students in the arts and humanities streams with an MIL background will study the language at depth.

The syllabuses for the different subjects are as follows. Please watch out for updates.

Anthropology
The external experts are Professor R. Khongsdier, NEHU, Dr Ratheesh Kumar, University of Hyderabad, and Professor Virginius Xaxa, TISS.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

Arabic
The external expert in Professor Raina Khanam Mazumdar, Gauhati University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

The 2015 August version of the syllabus (2015 August v1.0)

Assamese
The external experts are Professor Malinee Goswami, Gauhati University, Professor Dipti Phukan Patgiri, Gauhati University and Professor Nagen Saikia, formerly from Dibrugarh University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

Bengali
The external experts are Professor Usha Ranjan Bhattacharya, formerly from Gauhati University and Sahitya Akademi awardee, Professor Amalendu Chakraborty, Head of the Department of Bengali, Gauhati University, and Professor Dipak Sen, Department of Bengali, Gauhati University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)(Reviewed)

Bodo
The external experts are Dr Birhash Giri Basumatary, Principal, Bijni College, and Dr Kameswar Brahma, President, Bodo Sahitya Sabha.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

Botany
The external experts are Professor N.K. Chrungoo, North Eastern Hill University, Professor M.K. Mathew, National Centre for Biological Sciences, TIFR, Dr P.V. Shivaprasad, National Centre for Biological Sciences, TIFR and Dr Kalika Prasad, IISER, Thiruvananthapuram.
The  2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

Chemistry
The external experts are Professor S.N. Bhat, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Applied Scientific Research, Bengaluru, Professor Dipak Chakraborty, Emeritus Professor, IIT Bombay, Professor Gopal Das, IIT Guwahati and Professor Pranab Jyoti Das, Gauhati University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0) (Reviewed)

Computer Science and IT
The external experts are   Professor D.S. Guru, University of Mysore,  Professor P. Nagabhushan, University of Mysore and Professor Sukumar  Nandi, IIT Guwahati.

The 2014 July version of the syllabus for Computer Science (2014 July v1.0)(Reviewed)
The 2014 July version of the syllabus for Computer Applications (2014 July v1.0)(Reviewed)

Economics
The external expert is Professor Atul Sarma, former VC, Rajiv Gandhi University and now at Institute of Human Development, New Delhi.
The 2015 October version of the syllabus (2015 Oct v1.0)

Education
The external experts are Professor K. Pathak, IIT Kharagpur, and Dr J. B. Sarma, NIH UK.
The 2014 July version of the syllabus (2014 July v1.0)(Reviewed)

English
The external experts are Professor Sudha Shastri, IIT Bombay, Professor Udayon Misra, formerly from Dibrugarh University and Professor Tilottoma Misra, formerly from Dibrugarh University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013) June v1.0) (Reviewed)

Geography
The external experts for Geography are Professor Dulal Chandra Goswami, formerly from Gauhati University, Professor A.C. Mohapatra, North Eastern Hill University and Professor D.K. Nayak, North Eastern Hill University.
The 2014 June version of the syllabus (2014 June v1.0(a))

Geology
The external expert is Professor Somnath Dasgupta, Vice Chancellor, Assam University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0) [REVIEWED]

Hindi
The external experts are Professor Apoorvanand, University of Delhi, and Professor Devendra Kumar Choubey, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0) (Revised)

History
External experts are Professor Nayanjot Lahiri, Delhi University, Professor Vijaya Ramaswamy, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Dr Arupjyoti Saikia, IIT Guwahati and Shri Chandan Sarma, Dibrugarh University.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)(Reviewed)

Mathematics
The external experts are Professor Khanindra C Chowdhury, Gauhati University, Professor Bhaben Chandra Kalita, Gauhati University, Professor S.S. Khare, North Eastern Hill University, and Professor Bhaba K. Sarma, IIT Guwahati.

The 2014 version of the syllabus (2014 v1.0)

Persian
The external experts are Professor Syed Ainul Hassan, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Professor Umar Kamal Uddin, Lucknow University.
The 2015 August version of the syllabus (2015 August v1.0)

Philosophy
The external experts are Professor Mrinal Miri, former Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, and former Vice Chancellor, NEHU, and Professor C.D. Sebastian, Department of HSS, IIT Bombay.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

Physics
The external experts for Physics are Professor Saurabh Basu, IIT Guwahati, Dr David A. Green, University of Cambridge, Professor Paul J. Wiita, The College of New Jersey, Princeton.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)(Reviewed)

Political Science
The external experts are Professor Ashutosh Kumar, Panjab University, and Professor Pradip Kr Dutta, University of Delhi.
The 2016 December version of the syllabus (2016 December v1.0)(Reviewed)

Sanskrit
The external experts are Professor Malinee Goswami, Gauhati University, and Professor Malhar Kulkarni, IIT Bombay.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)[Reviewed]

Statistics
The external experts are Sushama Bendre, ISI, Tezpur, Dilip Nath, Gauhati University, Kishore K. Das, Gauhati University.
The 2015 August version of the syllabus (2015 August v1.0)

Zoology
The external experts for Zoology are Professor N.K. Chrungoo, North Eastern Hill University, and Professor Bimal Nath, University of Pune.
The 2013 June version of the syllabus (2013 June v1.0)

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