ACADEMY
A - The detail of stream, no of seats, and combination of subject
Stream No. of seats Combination of subject
+2 Arts 256 Eng & MIL (Compulsory), Hist, Pol. Sc., Eco, Sans / Odia
+2 Science 64 Eng & MIL (Compulsory), Phy, Chem, Math & Biology
+2 Commerce 64 Eng & MIL (Compulsory), Accountancy, BSM, BMS, Eco
+2 Vocational - AVT 24 Eng, MIL, Phy, Chem, Math, Theory Paper-I, Theory Paper-II
+2 Vocational - Audit & Accounting 24 Eng, MIL, Accounting, Eco, Theory Paper-I, Theory Paper-II
+3 Arts 256 Compulsory - Eng, Odia, ISC, ES, PS
Pass - Pol. Sc., Hist, Eco, Edn, Sans, Odia
Hons - Hist, Pol. Sc., Odia, Sans (each 16 seats)
Elective - Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Sans, Edn, LIH
+3 Science (PCM) 32 Compulsory - Eng, Odia, IT, ES, ISC
Pass - Phy, Chem, Math
Hons - Phy (08 seats)
Minor Elective - Biology
CBZ 32 Compulsory - Eng, Odia, IT, ES, ISC
Pass - Bot, Zool, Chem
Hons - Zoology (08 seats)
Minor Elective - Mathematics & Statistics

B - Course structure - +3 Arts (PASS)
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Eng Pap - I - 100 marks Eng Pap - II - 100 marks ISC - 100 marks
MIL/Alt. Eng Pap-I-100 marks MIL/Alt. Eng Pap-II-100 marks ES - 50 marks
PASS A-I - 100 marks PASS-A3 - 100 marks PS - 50 marks
PASS A-II - 100 marks PASS-A4 - 100 marks Elect.-B1 - 100 marks
Elect - A-I - 100 marks Elect - A-II - 100 marks Elect.-BII - 100 marks
Total - 500 marks Total - 500 marks Total - 400 marks

N.B.: A pass student shall offer one pass subject of 400 marks in addition to compulsory and Elective subjects.

C-Course structure - +3 Arts (HONS)
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Eng Pap - I - 100 marks Eng Pap - II - 100 marks ISC - 100 marks
MIL/Alt. Eng Pap-I-100 marks MIL/Alt. Eng Pap-II-100 marks ES - 50 marks
Elect - A-I - 100 marks Hons-Pap-3 - 100 marks Hons-Pap-7 - 100 marks
Elect - A-II - 100 marks Hons-Pap-4 - 100 marks Hons-Pap-8 - 100 marks
Hons-Pap-1 - 100 marks Hons-Pap-5 - 100 marks Elect.-B1 - 100 marks
Hons-Pap-2 - 100 marks Hons-Pap-6 - 100 marks Elect.-B2 - 100 marks
Total - 600 marks Total - 600 marks Total - 600 marks

D - Course structure - +3 Science (PASS)
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Eng - 50 marks IT - 50 marks ISC - 100 marks
MIL/Alt. Eng - 50 marks ES - 50 marks Minor Elect. - 100 marks
(Biology / Math)
PASS A-I - 100 marks PASS-A3 - 100 marks
PASS A-II - 100 marks PASS-A4 - 100 marks Maj. Elect. - P1 - 100 marks
Pass - B1 - 100 marks Pass - B3 - 100 marks
Pass - B2 - 100 marks Pass - B4 - 100 marks Maj. Elect. - P2 - 100 marks
Total - 500 marks Total - 500 marks Total - 400 marks

N.B.: Subject with Practical component shall have 75% Theory & 25% Practical.


E-Course structure - +3 Science (HONS)
1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year
Eng - 50 marks IT - 50 marks ISC - 100 marks
MIL/Alt. Eng - 50 marks ES - 50 marks Maj. Elect. - 100 marks
Min. Elect.-P-1 - 100 marks Maj. Elect.-P-1 - 100 marks
PASS A-I - 100 marks PASS-A3 - 100 marks Hons-P-5 - 100 marks
PASS A-II - 100 marks PASS-A4 - 100 marks Hons-P-6 - 100 marks
Hons-P-1 - 100 marks Hons-P-3 - 100 marks Hons-P-7 - 100 marks
Hons-P-2 - 100 marks Hons-P-4 - 100 marks Hons-P-8 - 100 marks
Total - 600 marks Total - 600 marks Total - 600 marks

F - CLASSES :-
  1. There shall be regular classes for all students during the academic year.
  2. To enhance student's performance, academically poor students are sorted out and remedial measures are taken for their overall growth.
  3. The average & brilliant students are provided with separate attention through counseling and other supports to enhance their intellectual learning.

G - EXAMINATION :-
  • I - College Examination :
    For +2 1st Year students:-
    1. In each academic session, there shall be regular monthly, half-yearly as well as Annual Examinations in theory for each subject.
    2. The candidate must have to pass in Yoga, Environmental Education & Information Technology to be successfully promoted to the +2 2nd year classes.
    For +2 2nd year, +3 1st year, +3 2nd year & +3 3rd year classes :-
    In each academic session, there shall be regular monthly, pre-test and Test Examinations in theory of each subjects.
    Eligibility for promotion / sent-up :-
    A student has to appear at both half-yearly and annual examination pre-test and test examinations. He / She has to secure pass marks (30% in theory & 40% in practical) In each subject and should have the requisite percentage of attendance (75%) in order to be promoted to the next higher class or to be sent-up to fill up forms to appear at CHSE or University Examinations.
    However, a student with 60% of attendance in a subject will be promoted to the next higher class or to be sent- up to fill up forms to appear at CHSE or University Examination, subject to production of Medical Certificate.
  • II - Council Examinations :
    The CHSE conducts the Council Examination at the end of completion of two academic sessions of a student at +2 level and the instant examination for those students who fail in only one subject, securing less than 30% of marks, but pass in aggregate (securing 35% of maximum marks).
    A student passed in all subjects securing 60% of marks and above in the aggregate is placed 1st division, accordingly a student with 50% of marks and above but less than 60% in the aggregate is placed in 2nd Division and less than 50% but secured 35% and above in the aggregate is placed in the 3rd Division.
    Pass mark - 30% in Theory, 40% Practical.
  • III - University Examinations :
    The university conducts University Examinations at the end of each academic session i.e. +3 1st year, +3 2nd year and in the +3 3rd year Final Degree.
    In order to pass in the University Examination, a student has to secure 30% in theory, 40% in Practical and 45% in Hons subject to retain Honours.
    The University also conducts Back Examination for those students who fail either in theory or practical or secure less than 45% of marks in Honours papers.

III-A Rules for Back Paper Appearance

  1. A candidate failing to secure a minimum of 30% in pass subject or a minimum of 40% in each practical paper either in 1st Year, 2nd Year and Final Year Examination may be allowed to appear in those subjects in not more than two chances (examinations) immediately following the examination for which he/ she was first registered to clear the back paper(s).
  2. A candidate who has obtained only a Second Class (Hons.) or passed without Honours can reappear at any Examination for the Honours paper of his/her choice to improve his/her results within two subsequent chances.
  3. If a candidate fails to secure the pass marks in the aggregate he/ she may reappear in one or more subjects (papers) of his/ her choice from either the First, Second or Final Examination to make up the deficiency. This chance shall be available to a candidate in maximum of two subsequent chances (examinations) only following the final examination in which he/she was first registered within 5 years of first registration to first degree examination.
H - Registration :-

Every student of the College is ipso facto a registered student of CHSE on admission into the +2 course or that of the Utkal University on admission to the +3, Degree course on payment of the stipulated registration fees charged by the CHSE or the University as the case may be. Such fee is to be paid to the College at the time of admission along with other admission fees.

This registration is essential for permission to sit for the CHSE/University Examination and the registration receipt issued by the council/University is required to be produced at the time of filling up application forms for admission to the Annual H. S. / each University Examination.