The College is offering the following courses in four parts for credit based semester programmes - B.A., B.Sc., B.Com., B.B.M., B.C.A., and B.S.W.

Part I : Language - Kannada / Hindi / French

Part II : English

Note: Part I & Part II in four semesters for B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com., and in two semesters for B.B.M. & B.C.A.

Part III :

A student shall choose one of the combinations od course of study given below for B.A. and B.Sc. Programmes

Subject Combination

Arts Subjects (B.A.):

Journalism English Major Psychology
Journalism English Major Political Science
Journalism Economics Political Science
History Economics Political Science
History Economics Psychology
History Economics Secretarial Practice
History English Major Psychology
Office Management Economics Secretarial Practice
Office Management Economics Psychology
Office Management English Major Psychology
History English Major Political Science

Science Subjects (B.Sc.):

Mathematics Physics Chemistry
Mathematics Physics Computer Science
Mathematics Statistics Computer Science
Mathematics Physics Statistics
Microbiology Chemistry Zoology
Botany Chemistry Biotechnology
Zoology Chemistry Biotechnology
Chemistry Botany Zoology

Commerce Subjects (B.Com.):

Common Courses of Commerce with the following Electives: Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Business Taxation, Office Management and Secretarial Practice (Vocationalized)

Commerce Subjects (B.Com.):

All Compulsory Courses with Dual Specialization offered in Banking, Financial Management, Human Resource Management and Marketing Management.

Computer Application Subjects (B.C.A.):

Option Code: 51. Common Courses of Computer Application

Part IV :

General Education to include Indian Constitution/Human Rights/Environmental Studies (during First and Second Semesters)

Women Studies/Journalism/Human Resource Management/Journalism (during Third and Fourth Semester) (for first to fourth semesters )

Value Education Courses (during all semesters )

Religion for Catholic students (during all semesters )

PG students have only core courses. Post graduate programmes have a choice based credit pattern.


The Programme offered to a Student is structured for minimum of 120/80 Credits for the Award of the Degree

The Credits are alloted to every Course of Study based on the Course Content and the Contact Hours

A Student has the option of Earning an Additional of 6/4 Credits, through Add on Courses.

The credits are alloted to every course of study based on the course content and the contact hours.

Transfer of Credits from One College to Another will be accepted if the Criteria are fullfilled by the Candidates