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Established u/s 3 of UGC Act, 1956

C ollaborative Industry Based


(C IB) Education
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Established u/s 3 of UGC Act, 1956
"The mediocre teacher tells.
The good teacher explains.
The superior teacher demonstrates.
The great teacher inspires.
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S hobhit U niversity, M eerut is unm istakably m odern in both appearance and outlo ok. A s a
com pletely purpose built developm ent, the cam pus is m ore co m pact than m ost, w ith all
m ajor facilities easily accessible from a central parade. Laboratories and lecture theaters
are all group ed around this area and are intersp ersed w ith acco m m odation blocks,
creatin g a strong sense of social and academ ic com m unity. S hobhit U niversity , M eerut is one of the
first few U niversities in N orth India w hich has joined the N ational K now ledge N etw ork, an
initiative of M H R D and it is also w orth m entioning that the U niversity i s t h e f irst in the reg ion
to have a green cam pusw ith a 100 K W solar pow er plant.
The U niversity buildings are contem porary, light and artistically designed and surround ed
by natural scenic land scape. U niversity is at the leading edge of m obile com puting. There
is w ireless availability across alm ost all the ca m pus and w ireless hotspots and W i-Fi zo nes
offer true w ireless access to services and the internet. This is in addition to providing fixed
w ired co m puters for students to use in labs and other access areas.
U niversity's C entre for S port and R ecreation includes facilities for squash, bad m inton,
w eight training and fitness classes. The adventure sports and vo lunteer club s extend never
before opportunities to students to sharp en their risk taking ab ilities and so cial activities.
The cu ltural environm ent of the cam pus is ch aracteristic of inform ality, flexibility,
hum anistic, interac tive, cordiality, and ab ove all, esprit- de- co rps. S tud ents from different
states and co untries bring the nation and globe to the U niversity cam pus. Th ere is
predom inantly a sense of participation across cam pus.
C oncept of C ollaborative
Industry Based (C IB) Education
C ollaborative Industry Based Education is m ost contem porary noble concept to integrate the com ponent of
industry in to the education. C IB Education is just not a form ality of giving industry exposure to students; rather it is a
full-fledged industry experience to students w ith studies. C IB education enables students to obtain the basic and all
functional know ledge of the industry in w hich they w ished to w ork.
The purpose of every education is to obtain factual know ledge and em ploym ent. Study incapable of providing
suitable em ploym ent and know ledge to a student is fruitless. O ur present educational system hardly contains
industry com ponent in it. In this com petitive environm ent the difference betw een education and industry is w idening
day-by-day. This creates difficulty for young alum nus to adjust them selves in industry. Som etim e it took m any years
to transform them in thorough professionals. In the absence of proper guidance m any students get distracted from
the actual goals to proceed w ith their career, and choose unknow ingly & un-purposely different profession from
their basic qualification. This education to profession dropout, yields w astage of resources provided by
G overnm ent & Private Sector in addition to the m ost significant years of study of a student's life.
C onsidering the field of engineering w here nation is struggling w ith the deficiency of engineering professionals
despite of having thousands of engineering colleges in the country. W hy? D ue to directionless efforts of present
education system m ost of the young engineering alum nus shifts them selves to som e other industry, unw illingly. The
Thepurposeof everyeducationis toobtain
factual KnowledgeandEmployment.
Studyincapableof providing
suitableemployment and
knowledgeto
a student
is fruitless
Education & Training
A Social Responsibility
In order to expand the accessibility, equality , inclusion and qualitative im provem ent in the H igher Education,
through intellectual teaching for utilising India's hum an resource potential to its fullest and to prom ote the cause of
education w ith integration of industrial training/ internship/ research w ork to create excellent em ploym ent
opportunities for the students, Shobhit U niversity, M eerut, U .P. India have resolved to conduct C ollaborative
Industry Based (C IB) Part-Tim e Regular Education Program m es w ith Industry & Education Resource support
exclusively from C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent (C M D ) to w ork together tow ards a com m on goal w hich is
em pow ering the youth of India through education and know ledge by help in finalizing C ollaborative Industry
Based Internship Points (C IIPs) and Internship/ Training/ Research W ork for the students and enrolling students into
the C IB Education program m es of Shobhit U niversity from India. C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent (C M D ) w as
created w ith a vision to all round developm ent of M inority C om m unity especially to educate people in industry
environm ent. C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent have an edge in fast em erging field of technical, vocational, arts,
com m erce, science, m edicines, pharm acy, m edia, education, m anagem ent & skill based education. The C ouncil
for M inority D evelopm ent vision is to be a unified institute, acknow ledges universally as leader in developing
innovative w ays of teaching and learning by contributing strongly for the sustainable developm ent of all
com m unities especially the M inority C om m unity and assisting the Third W orld C ountries in im proving their
academ ics, training and research Program m es.
C M D is consistently putting efforts to provide solution from elem entary level to m aster level program m es thus
becom ing the leader in developm ent of industry oriented quality education and training program m e in state-of-the-
art areas, establish standards and be the countries prem ier institution for training & education dom ain w ith
recognized, certificate, diplom a & degree.
All of this gives the C M D an edge in the conduct of various courses, designing new ones, innovation and
redesigning, keeping in m ind the changing industrial requirem ent.
reasons m ay be m any, like lack of direction for a proper start, dissatisfaction from industry, m isunderstanding of
w ork etc, but only 5% of the engineers leave the field because of genuine reasons. Rem aining 95% leave the field
because of the reasons, like they do not know how to start or they do not know how to adjust in industry or they do
not have basic understanding or skills to w ork in industry. Every year m ore than 50% of the engineering graduates
leave their respective field, i.e. the education to profession dropout of engineering filed is m ore than 50% . This loss
is in addition to the m anual hours w asted to educate them for their precious 4 to 6 years. This process can also be
observed in other educational m odels like Arts, C om m erce, Science, IT w here industry interaction is negligible.
O n the contrary in field of M edicines, C hartered Accountancy and Architecture, education to profession dropout
ratio is not m ore than 5% . W hy? Yes, just because of the real tim e training w ith studies. All m edical students are
required to attend com pulsory internship w ithin their study curriculum . This industry exposure is quite sim ilar to the
real life situations w hich they require to face, w hen they w ill w ork as an independent professional. Also, they get
am ple opportunities to w ork under highly specialized senior professionals. The result itself show s the success story
of this education m odel.
C onclusively, w e are 95% sure that a student w ill choose the sam e profession in w hich he/she has studied if, they
get a chance to undergo internship w ithin studies com pare to less than 50% surety of a student to go in the sam e
field of studies for the program m e w here industry interaction is not the part of academ ic curriculum .
C IB education is an effort to m ake such an educational m odel w hich is sim ilar to the industry integrated m odel like in
m edical education. C IB education w ill be given to students w ith real industry w orking experience. This serve dual
purpose; the student w ill obtain precious w ork experience in addition to the academ ic know ledge. C onclusively,
C IB education is the only tool w hich can fulfill the dem ands of m odern industry and serve country in a better m anner.
Established u/s 3 of UGC Act, 1956
about Council For Minority Development
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M agazines & Journals :
Students are encouraged to refer to various m agazines and journals (relevant to area of study) to update their know ledge on
a regular basis.
The O bjective
O F PRO G RAM M E
To develop skilled m anpow er through diversified courses to m eet the requirem ents of m ainly the unorganized sector and to
prepare for the w orld of w ork in general through a large num ber of self-em ploym ent oriented courses, not precluding w age
em ploym ent of m any courses. Through diversification in to the production and service-oriented course, it is desired to
reduce the aim less pursuit of higher education and thereby reduce pressure from the tertiary education. Also to im plem ent
the schem e by utilizing the expertise available w ith non form al training institute. Training institutes / organization in the non-
form al sector provided they m eet w ell defined norm s and criteria are granted accreditation for conducting specified courses.
The courses follow the prescribed syllabus. Students from accredited institutes as w ell as w orking professionals are to
appear for the exam inations at these courses conducted, if they fulfill the prescribed eligibility criteria.
The program m e has been im plem ented in all states and registered significant results. A part from the training
institutes w hich w ere funded by the governm ent of India departm ents, a large num ber of self funded, entrepreneurship
based Exchange Education Places of Excellence designated as C ollaborative Industry based Internship Points (C IIPs) also
cam e up, w hich w ere netw orked w ith the program m e at block, district and regional levels.
The C IIP are engaged in hum an resource developm ent activities in their ow n specialized areas of technology,
param edical, engineering, m anagem ent, fashion designing, teaching technology, traditional, arts, science, and com m erce
and entrepreneurship developm ent w ith em phasis to create em ploym ent generators rather than m ere em ploym ent seekers.
They also play vital role in up-gradation of know ledge and know ledge based skills of professionals in related allied industries.
C IB Education is a unique m odel of education serving the country through basic and applied education, research,
developm ent of innovating m anagem ent practices and planned program m e of academ ic & industrial training. Both the long-
term as w ell as the short-term courses are launched after an in-depth survey and undergoing through detailed requirem ent
analysis. The courses fulfill the follow ing requirem ents of the students.

To gain professional qualifications.
Approved certification
Industrial exposure
Im proved efficiency
Enhancing know ledge through new technological inform ation.
Prepare students for industries.
The Activity includes :
C ollaboration schem e, short term training program m es (aw areness program m es / corporate training program m es /
certificate / diplom a program m es, long term courses (Bachelor / M aster degree program m es ), continuing education
program m es, training the trainers program m es, developm ent of learning m aterials, project and consultancy services. C IB
education form s an ideal bridge betw een the ever changing w orld of education & training for capacity building.
Training & Education M ethodology
It adopts a unique learning approach w ith w ork consisting of the follow ing distinct stages:
C urriculum :
The curriculum of the C IB Education program m es are m ost contem porary and innovatively designed and developed in
association w ith reputed academ icians and experts.
C oursew are :
All the coursew are supplied by U niversity and C M D are being designed in order to cater the needs education in industrial
environm ent. The coursew are consists of com prehensive study package specially designed for self-learning. The
coursew are is revised frequently so as to keep the student up to date. For selected program m es the enrolled students w ill be
receiving the first set of the coursew are from C IIP. The coursew are for subsequent groups w ill be dispatched based on their
academ ic progression and their success in their internal exam inations.
The theory training classes are an im portant input that w ill help the students gain in depth understanding of the topics and
also prepare w ell for the exam inations. Excellent study inputs are provided to the students through com prehensive
coursew are including high quality textbooks and w orkbooks. Further in order to supplem ent the student efforts through self
study, this provides an opportunity to the students to attend theory training classes at the C IIP. Theory training classes
constitute an im portant stage in the learning m ethodology by enabling the student to gain an in depth understanding of the
subject. The theory training classes provide a platform to the student for better understanding of the concepts and to clarify
any doubts in the respective subjects and therefore prepare w ell for the exam inations.
Theory Training C lasses :
Training/ Internship/ Research W ork :
Students are required to go for com pulsory training/ internship/ research w ork m odule as designated by concerned C IIP.
They w ill perform all duties in designated industry sim ilar to w orking as a professional. training/ internship/ research w ork w ill
be arranged in real industry environm ent.
Attendance :
M inim um 75% attendance is required in internship/ research w ork, and theory & practical training classes. O n proper
verification C IIP w ill issue an attendance certificate. This attendance certificate is com pulsory for appearing in exam ination.
The total Annual duration of C IB Education Program m es are m ore than 1200 hrs (40 credits), out of w hich a total of
approxim ately 600 hrs. (not less than 20 credits) are assigned to theory and practical classes and a total of approxim ately
300-700 hrs. (not less than 10 credits and not m ore than 27 credits) are assigned to training/ internship/ research w ork.
Students can earn these credits through their ow n pace of learning and convenience of C IIPs. The C IB Education
program m es are in annual m ode and follow s credit system of education. Students are required to earn m inim um 40 credits
for com pleting one year certification under C IB Education system .
Total duration of C IB Education Program m e
Benefits of C IB Education Program m e
G ain exposure to real-w orld problem s and issues that perhaps are not found in textbooks.
Evaluate specific industries, com panies, and organizations or specific careers prior to com m itting w ith full-tim e
em ploym ent. C onsider w hether a particular career direction or industry is a good fit for you.
C ultivate w ork habits, social instincts, adaptability, and creativity in a dynam ic w orld.
Supply hands-on opportunities to w ork w ith equipm ent and technology that m ay not be available on cam pus.
O ffer personal grow th experiences and exposure to different career opportunities.
Increase self-confidence in a professional environm ent w hile developing an expanded netw ork of associates and
professionals.
H ave resum e-building experiences w hile applying academ ic concepts and principles.
Increase m arketability to em ployers.
D evelop great exam ples of your skill sets for future job interview s w hich facilitate a higher starting salary than non-interns.
Ease transition from being a student to beginning a career.
Increase opportunities for faster advancem ent and grow th w ithin a com pany.
Provide opportunities to fund H igher Education.
H ave fun, feel a sense of accom plishm ent, see yourself as an em erging professional
The exam inations serve to finally assess and certify the students understanding of the subject and level of know ledge and
skill developm ent. At the end of every academ ic & calendar year the exam inations w ill be conducted by the university w ith the
support of C M D and C IIP. The m ode of exam inations w ill be m ix of subjective and objective questions as per the requirem ent
of the program m e of study.
Exam inations :
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C ollaborative Industry based Internship Points (C IIPs)
C IIPs are the Exchange Education Places of Excellence approved by university w here students w ill undergo theory &
practical training classes & Internship. C IIPs are not designated as Affiliated C ollege/ O ff C am pus/ O ff Shore C am pus/
Study C entre of U niversity. C IIPs takes assistance from other institutes, industries, N G O s as w ell as U G C approved
U niversities for prom oting C IB Education program m e. Internship & training program m e are conducted w ith the help of
Industries across the country. These C IIPs are responsible to the proper internship & training of students as per
directions of U niversity. C IIPs are also accountable for organizing theory and practical training classes of students in
accordance w ith educational curriculum prescribed by U niversity. C IIPs m anagem ent w ill consists of adm inistrative and
academ ic head.
Intensive Teaching W orkshops :
They serve to increase the application orientation of the students and expose them tow ards independent study and
w orking. The net effect of all these stages is to ensure that the student develop the required know ledge and skills.
Soft Skill D evelopm ent W orkshops
U niversity/ C M D / C IIP organizes w orkshops m eant to develop practical skills. Students are encouraged to attend these
skill developm ent w orkshops. Students are required to accom plish pre-defined tasks in these w orkshops, for proving
the acquirem ent of planned skills.
The difference between school and life?
In school, you're taught a lesson and then
given a test. In life, you're given a test
that teaches you a lesson.
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English Grammar & Composition
Hindi Grammar & Essay
Internship & Training
Choose Any Three
Geography:
Physical & World Geography
Economics:
Economic Theory
Sociology:
Theory of Sociology
History:
History of India from Earliest Time to 1757
Political Science:
Indian Polity & Constitution
Public Administration
Elements of Public Administration
Philosophy
Elements of Indian Philosophy-I
Electives
First Year


English Grammar & Composition
Hindi Grammar & Essay
History of India
Indian Polity & Constitution
Physical & World Geography
Internship & Training









Second Year
English Literature - I
Hindi Literature
Geography of India
Environment, Climate Change & Biodiversity
Economic Theory
Internship & Training






Third Year
English Literature - II
Theory of Sociology
Computer Awareness & Information Technology
World History
Institutions of World
Internship & Training
P ro g ra m m e s O ffe re d U n d e r
C o lla b o ra tive I n d u stry B a se d E d u c a tio n S y ste m
B a c h e lo r o f A rts (G e n e ra l)
First Year
Second Year
English Literature - I
Hindi Literature - I
Internship & Training
Choose Any Three Electives
Geography
Geography of India
B a c h e lo r o f A rts (With S p e c ia liza tio n )








Third Year
English Literature - II
Hindi Literature-II
Internship & Training
Choose Any Three Electives
Geography:
Political Geography and Population
Economics:
Indian Economy
Sociology:
Social Change and Development
History:
World History
Economics
Macro Economics
Sociology
Crime and Society
History
Freedom Movement in India (1885 to 1919)
Political Science
Comparative Government and Politics
Public Administration
Human Rights Administration
Philosophy
History of Western Philosophy-I







Total
Programme
Credits
120
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits
III Year 40 Credits
First Year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Annual Programme Fees :
Second Year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Rs.6950
Political Science:
Western Political Thought
Public Administration:
Comparative and Development Administration
Philosophy:
Aesthetics-I
English Grammar & Composition
Hindi Grammar & Essay
Internship & Training
Choose Any One Group
Geography:
Physical & World Geography /
Geomorphology / Quantitative Geography
Economics:
Economic Theory / Money, Banking &
International Trade / Micro Economics
Sociology:
Theory of Sociology / Introduction of Social
Work / Indian Society : Structure and Change
English:
Poetry / History of Literature / Drama
History:
History of India from Earliest Time to 1757 /
Rise of Modern West : Mid 15th to 19th Century /
History of India from 1757 to 1857
Political Science:
Indian Polity & Constitution / Political
Theory / Indian Political Thought
Public Administration:
Elements of Public Administration /
Political Theory / Indian Political Thought
Home Science:
Introduction to Nutrition / Home
Management and Housing / Practical - Nutrition
Sanskrit:
Sanskrit Kavyashastra / Sanskrit Vyakaran
Evam Nibandh / Vaidik Bhasha Evam Sahitya
Urdu:
Isthedad -E- Tharseel / Tharjuma Aur
Tharseel / Thahzeeb Aur Thamaddun
Physical Education:
History & Principles of Physical Education & Sports /
Introduction to Nutrition /
Information Technology in Physical Education
Philosophy:
Elements of Indian Philosophy-I /
Elements of Indian Philosophy-II /
Social and Political Philosophy
B a c h e lo r o f A rts (H o n o rs)
First Year
Hindi:
Pryojanmoolak Hindi / Hindi Sahitya Ka
Itihas Evam Sahityik Nibandh / Bhartiya Sahitya
Bengali:
Bengali Essay / History of Bengali Language /
Probandha Nibandher Rupved
English Literature - I
Hindi Literature-I
Internship & Training
Choose Any One Group
Second Year
Geography:
Geography of India / Human Environment
/ Climatology and Oceanography
Economics:
Macro Economics / Quantitative Techniques
Development & Environmental Economics
Sociology:
Crime and Society / Basics of Sociology/
Sociology of Social Changes
English:
Fiction / Novel / Essay & Biography
History:
Freedom Movement in India (1885 to 1919) /
History of Modern Europe Mid 19th to Mid-20th
Century / Archaeology : Principles and Method
Political Science:
Comparative Government and Politics /
International Politics / Public Administration
Public Administration:
Human Rights Administration /
International Politics / Public Administration
Home Science:
Housing and Interior Decoration /
Child Development / Practical -
Housing and Interior Decoration
Sanskrit:
Natak Evam Natya Shashtra / Gadhya,
Padhya Evam Champu / Bhartiya Darshan


Total
Programme
Credits
120
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits
III Year 40 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.6950
NOTE : Electives once chosen cant be changed in the entire duration of Programme.
Programmes Offered
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Urdu:
Urdu Nasar O Nazam /
Tharseeli Salahiyath / Prose & Poetry
Physical Education:
Research Methodology in Physical Education /
Fundamentals of Food / Sports Management
Philosophy:
History of Western Philosophy-I /
History of Western Philosophy-II /
Greek Philosophy-I
Hindi:
Natak Evam Rangmanch /
Kaurvi Lok Sahitya / Gadhya Sahitya
Bengali:
Chhanda & Alankar / Bengali Play /
Natoker Rupved
English Literature - II
Hindi Literature-II
Internship & Training
Third Year
Geography:
Political Geography and Population /
Environment and Ecosystem /
Economic Geography
Economics:
Indian Economy /
Public Finance /
Banking & Financial Markets
Sociology:
Social Change and Development /
Rural Sociology /
Kinship, Marriage and Family
English:
Language Groups and Practical Criticism /
Language and Composition /
One Act Play, Biography and Short Story
History:
World History /
Ancient World & Medieval Societies /
History of Modern Europe
Political Science:
Western Political Thought /
Political Sociology /
Political Ideologies
Public Administration:
Comparative and Development Administration /
Social Welfare Administration /
Administrative Thinkers
Home Science:
Fundamentals of Food /
Dietetics /
Practical - Dietetics
Sanskrit:
Sanskrit Natya Shashtra
Vedant Evam Yoga /
Adhunik Sahitya
Urdu:
Zikre-E-Wafa /
Afsaane Aur Novel /
Quaseeda, Masnavi, Marsiya Aur Rubayi
Physical Education:
Test, Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education /
Dietetics /
Sports Training and Bio-mechanics in Physical Education
Philosophy:
Aesthetics-I /
Aesthetics-II /
Greek Philosophy-II
Hindi:
Kavyashastra Evam Sahityalochan /
Chayavadottar Kavya /
Adhunik Kavya
Bengali :
Bengali Poetry /
Bengali Short Story /
Historical Bengali Grammer
/


Total
Programme
Credits
120
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits
III Year 40 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.6950
Programmes Offered

NOTE : Electives once chosen cant be changed in the
entire duration of Programme.
Choose any one group
Programmes Offered
B a c h e lo r o f S o c ia l Wo rk
General English
Introduction to Social Work
Social Work Research & Statistics
Social Work Values & Ethics
Social Welfare Policy & Services
Case Study
Internship & Training
First Year
Second Year
Contemporary Ideologies for Social Work
Work With Communities
Basic processes & Techniques in Social Work
Political Economy and Planning in India
Human Behavior & The Social Environment
Field Work
Internship & Training
Third Year
Basic of Information Technology
Management of Development and Welfare Services
Agency Administration
Education Systems & Services
Environment Studies
Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
132
I Year 44 Credits
II Year 44 Credits
III Year 44 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Social Work
Annual Programme Fees :
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Advance Diploma in Social Work

Rs.8450
B a c h e lo r o f A rts (E d u c a tio n )
Child Development
Health & Physical Education
Teaching of Hindi
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Choose Any One Group
First Year
Group-I
Early Childhood Care & Education in Emerging India
Programme Planning for ECCE
Working with Parents and Community
Group-II
Teaching of Social Science & Environmental Studies
Educational Technology & Teaching Skills
Philosophical & Sociological Perspectives on Education
School Organization & Administration
Methodology of Teaching & Educational Evaluation
Teaching of English
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
Choose Any One Group
Group-I
Intelligence & Learning
History & Philosophy of Pre-Primary
& Nursery Education
Elementary Guidance and Counseling
Group-II
Programme Planning for Class 1 & 2
Teaching of Science & Mathematics
Population Education
Third Year
Computer Architecture
MS-Office
Philosophical & Sociological Foundations of Education
Educational Technology & Teaching Skills
Teaching of Science & Mathematics
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
146
I Year 50 Credits
II Year 50 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Certificate in Nursery Teacher's Training(For Group-I)/
Certificate in Primary Teacher's Training(For Group-II)
Annual Programme Fees :
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Nursery Teacher's Training(For Group-I)/
Diploma in Primary Teacher's Training(For Group-II)

Rs.6950

NOTE : Electives once chosen cant be changed in the
entire duration of Programme.
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M a ste r o f A rts (E n g lish )
Fiction
Drama
Non-Fictional Prose
Twentieth Century English Literature
Internship & Training
First Year
English Poetry
Shakespeare
Indian English Literature
Literary Theory & Research Documentation
Internship & Training
Second Year
M a ste r o f A rts (E d u c a tio n )
Philosophical & Sociological Foundations of Education
Psychological Foundations of Education
Teacher Education
Distance Education
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
First Year
Comparative Education
Educational Management
Educational Technology
Methodology of Education Research & Statistics
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
84
I Year 42 Credits
II Year 42 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
M a ste rs o f A rts (H in d i)
Adhunik Kavya
Adhunik Gadya and Natak
Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas
Anuvad and Karyalyi Hindi
Internship & Training
First Year
Madhya Kalin Kavya
Maha Kavi Tulsi Das
Bhasha Vigyan Ke Sidhant
Kavya Shastra
Internship & Training
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Hindi
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in English

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
Programmes Offered
M a ste r o f A rts (E c o n o m ic s)
First Year
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Economics

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
International Economics
Economics of Development
Public Economics
Mathematics for Economists
Microeconomic Analysis
Internship & Training
Historical Perspective of Modern Economics
Industrial Economics
Computer Applications in Economic Analysis
Economics of Social Sector
Indian Economic Problems and Policy
Internship & Training
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f A rts (S o c io lo g y )
Sociological Theories
Research Methods and Statistics
Medical Sociology
Advanced Sociology Principles
Internship & Training
Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology
Sociology of Change and Development
Criminology and Penology
Industry & Society in India
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Sociology

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f A rts (H isto ry )
India in the Ancient Age
India in the Medieval Age
Modern India
History of the Europe
Internship & Training
Society, Economy and Culture of Modern India (A.D. 1750-1950)
Society, Economy and Culture of Medieval India (A.D. 1200-1750)
Society, Economy and Culture of Ancient India (A.D. to 1200)
Women in Indian History
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in History

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f A rts (P o litic a l S c ie n c e )
Western Political Theory
Indian Government & Politics
Comparative Politics
Theory of International Relations
Internship & Training
Modern Indian Political Thought
Contemporary Political Issues
Ancient Indian Political Thoughts
Indian Administration
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credit
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Political Science
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
Programmes Offered
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4
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5
First Year
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
80 I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Sanskrit

M a ste r o f A rts (P h y sic a l E d u c a tio n )
Research Methodology in Physical Education
Sports Medicine & Exercise Physiology
Sports Training and Bio-mechanics in Physical Education
Test, Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
M a ste r o f A rts(S a n sk rit)
Poetics and Aesthetics
Grammar and Linguistics
Indian Philosophy
Vedic Literature & History
Internship & Training
Introduction to Classical Sanskrit Literature
Introduction to Dharmasastra
Introduction to Indian Philosophy and
Philosophical Literature
Introduction to Sanskrit Scientific Literature
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
First Year
M a ste r o f A rts (G e o g ra p h y )
History of Geographic
Geography of India
Programmes Offered
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f A rts (B e n g a li)
History of Bengali Literature & Historical Grammar
Description of Bengali Grammar and its Modern Culture
Bengali Literature of Ancient & Medieval Age
Bengali Short-Story, Play and Poem
Internship & Training
History of Sanskrit Literature
Modern Bengali Poem
Novel
Bengali Play
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Bengali

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
First Year
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
84
I Year 42 Credits
II Year 42 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Physical Education
History & Principles of Physical Education & Sports
Information Technology in Physical Education
Officiating & Coaching
Sports Management
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225
First Year
B a c h e lo r o f L ib ra ry & I n fo rm a tio n S c ie n c e s
Information Science & Reference Service
Library & Society
Library Cataloguing
Library Classification
Library Management
Practical and Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
80 I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Geography

Quantitative methods in Geography
Population Study
Environment Study
Land use Planning and Management
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9225

Annual Programme Fees :
Total Programme Credits 44
Rs.11700
First Year
M a ste rs o f L ib ra ry & I n fo rm a tio n S c ie n c e s
Information Sources, System and Programming
Advance in Cataloguing & Classification
Database Management System
Management Principle and Practices in Library-
-& Information Centers
Library Information & Knowledge Management
Practical and Project Work
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.12450
Programmes Offered
Total Programme Credits 44


Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

First Year
Criminal Law Group
Business Law Group
M a ste r o f L e g isla tive L a w
Research Methodology
Legislative ought's, Interpretation & Judicial Process
Jurisprudence
Constitutional Law
Administrative Law
Internship & Training
Intellectual Property Rights
Women's & Child Law
History & Principle of Criminal Law
Penology & Treatment of Offenders
Police & Criminal Justice
Internship & Training
Intellectual Property Rights
Women's & Child Law
Banking Law
Insurance Law
Corporate Law
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.17475
Second Year
(Choose any one group)
Geomorphology
Urban Geography
Internship & Training
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6
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7
First Year
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
Business Statistics
Cost Accounting
Elements of Auditing
Modern Banking Theory & Law Practice
Money, Banking & Financial Institutions
Internship & Training
M a ste r o f C o m m e rc e
Management Accounting
Financial Accounting
Business Environment
Organizational Behavior & Management Process
Managerial Economics
Internship & Training
Second Year
Human Resource Management
Advanced Financial Accounting
Cost Accounting
Management Information System
Financial Management
Internship & Training
B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (M a th e m a tic s)
Mechanics-I
Geometry
Differential Equations & Vector Calculus-I
Real Analysis - I
Mechanics-II
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Differential Equations & Vector Calculus-II
Real Analysis - II
Algebra - I
Algebra - II
Real Analysis - III
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Linear Programming and Optimization
Numerical Methods
Algebra - III
Algebra - IV
Probability Theory
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Third Year


Total
Programme
Credits
132
I Year 44 Credits
II Year 44 Credits
III Year 44 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA



Total
Programme
Credits
120
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits
III Year 40 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Commerce
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Advance Diploma in Commerce

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.10250
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Commerce

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.11450
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.10400
Programmes Offered
First Year
B a c h e lo r o f C o m m e rc e
Accountancy - I
Basics of Information Technology
Business Environment
Business Organization
Management Theory
Internship & Training
Second Year
Accountancy - II
Company Law
Elements of Costing
Elements of Statistics
Mercantile Law
Internship & Training
First Year Second Year
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (M a th e m a tic s)
Algebra
Real Analysis
Discrete Mathematics
Complex Analysis
Differential Geometry
Practical Work
Internship & Training
Differential Equations
Integral Equations &,
Boundary Value Problems
Computer Programming &-
-Data Structure
Non-Linear Programming
Mathematics for Finance &-
-Insurance
Practical Work
Internship & Training
First Year
Second Year
B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (P C M )
Mechanics
Thermal Physics
Differential Equations & Vector Calculus
Real Analysis - I
Introductory Organic Chemistry
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Gases, Chemical Equilibrium & Surface Chemistry
Real Analysis - II
Algebra - I
Chemical Bonding & Nuclear Chemistry
Waves & Oscillations
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Third Year
Real Analysis - III
Atomic & Nuclear Physics
Aromatic Compounds & Natural Products
Solution Chemistry & Advanced Electrochemistry
Differential Equations, Number Theory-
- & Optimization Techniques
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
132
I Year 44 Credits
II Year 44 Credits
III Year 44 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.10400
First Year
Second Year
Third Year


Total
Programme
Credits
132
I Year 44 Credits
II Year 44 Credits
III Year 44 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (Z B C )
History of Botany, Algae & Bryophyte
Molecular Biology
Biological Techniques & Instrumentations
Environmental Studies
Introductory Organic Chemistry
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Gases, Chemical Equilibrium & Surface Chemistry
Chemical Bonding & Nuclear Chemistry
Introductory Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology
Introductory Animal Physiology
Taxonomy & Evolution
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Economic Zoology
Introductory Plant Physiology
Solution Chemistry & Advanced Electrochemistry
Genetics & Cell Biology
Cytogenetic, Plant Breeding & Evolution
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.10400
Total
Programme
Credits
88
I Year 44 Credits
II Year 44 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Mathematics

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.12975
Programmes Offered
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8
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9
First Year
Second Year
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (C h e m istry )
General Chemistry - I
Physical Chemistry - I
Organic Chemistry - I
Inorganic Chemistry - I
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
General Chemistry - II
Physical Chemistry - II
Inorganic Chemistry - II
Organic Chemistry - II
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Chemistry

B a c h e lo r o f P h y sio th e ra p y
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Biochemistry
Fundamental of Exercise Therapy-I
Fundamental of Electrotherapy-I
Practical (Electrotherapy, Exercise Therapy)
Internship & Training
Applicable for other than 12th (Science) Student*
Elements of Biology
Applied Chemistry
Applied Physics
Pathology & Microbiology
Pharmacology
Fundamental of Exercise Therapy-II
Fundamental of Electrotherapy-II
Surgery & Orthopedics
Medicine & Pediatrics
Community Health & Biostatistics
Physical Diagnosis & Manipulative Skills
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (P h y sic s)
Digital Electronics & Microprocessors
Electromagnetic Theory & Modern Optics
Mathematical Physics and Numerical Methods
Molecular Physics & Spectroscopy
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Atoms, Molecules & Solids
Electrodynamics
Quantum Mechanics
Classical Mechanics
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
80
I Year 40 Credits
II Year 40 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : PG Diploma in Physics

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.12975
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.12975
Forth Year
PT in Musculoskeletal
PT in General Medical & Surgical Conditions
Community Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation
Principles of Bioengineering
Practical
Internship & Training
Programmes Offered
Third Year
Practical(Medicine & Pediatrics, Surgery & Orthopedics)
Internship & Training
Laboratory Management and Ethics
Practical (Electrotherapy, Exercise Therapy)
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
184/196*
I Year 46 / 58* Credits
II Year 46 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
IV Year 46 Credits
First Year
Second Year
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
B a c h e lo r o f M e d ic a l L a b Te c h n o lo g y
Human Physiology
Biochemistry
Hematology
Microbiology(Bacteriology & Parasitology)
Human Anatomy
Practical
Internship & Training
Applicable for other than 12th (Science) Student*
Elements of Biology
Applied Chemistry
Applied Physics
Anatomy, Physiology and Forensic Medicine
Microbiology & Pathology
Lab Ethics & Instruments
Psychology
Enzymology
Practical
Internship & Training
Immune hematology and Transfusion Medicine
Hematology & Blood Banking
Advanced Lab Instrumentation
Advanced Histopathology and Cytopathology Techniques
Virology & Mycology
Practical(Immunohematology and Transfusion Medicine,
Lab Ethics & Instruments, Hematology, Lab Instrumentation)
Internship & Training
Third Year
B a c h e lo r o f M e d ic a l R a d io I m a g in g Te c h n o lo g y
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Fundamentals of Imaging Technology
Radiographic Photography
Patient Care in Professional Practice
Practical
Internship & Training
Applicable for other than 12th (Science) Student*
Elements of Biology
Applied Chemistry
Applied Physics
Physics of Radiographic Equipment
Radiographic Techniques-Routine Procedures
Radiotherapy Planning & Quality Control
Radiotherapy & Brachytherapy techniques in-
-Malignant & Non-Malignant Diseases
Quality Assurance & Radiation Safety
Practical
Internship & Training

Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Physiotherapy (DPT)
Third year Optional Early Exit Certification : Advance Diploma in Physiotherapy (ADPT)

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Certificate in Physiotherapy (CPT)
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.14900


Total
Programme
Credits
138/150*
I Year 46/58* Credits
II Year 46 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Certificate in Medical Lab Technology (CMLT)
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Medical Lab Technology (DMLT)

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.14900


Total
Programme
Credits
138/150*
I Year 46/58* Credits
II Year 46 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Certificate in Medical Radio Imaging Technology (CMRIT)
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Medical Radio Imaging Technology (DMRIT)

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.14900
Programmes Offered
Orientations in Para Clinical Sciences
Radiography Including Darkroom Technology, -
-Radiography and Photography
Physics of New Imaging Modalities-CT Scan
Ultrasound Imaging & MRI Imaging
Special Radiographic Technique & Procedures
Practical
Internship & Training
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First Year
Second Year
I n d u stria l Tra d e C e rtific a te (M e c h a n ic a l F itte r)
Engineering Drawing
Fitter Trade
Machine Drawing - I
Trade Theory
Workshop - I
Internship & Training
Theory of Machines
Thermodynamics
Machine Drawing - II
Strength of Materials
Workshop - II
Internship & Training
First Year
Second Year
I n d u stria l Tra d e C e rtific a te (E le c tric a l)
Electrical Power
Electrical Machines
Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I
Electrical Instruments & Measurements
Electrical Estimating & Costing
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics
Digital Electronics
Utilization of Electrical Energy
Generation, Protection Switchgear & Economics
Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing - II
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year 46 Credits
II Year 46 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Trade Certificate (Electrical)

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9975
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year 46 Credits
II Year 46 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Trade Certificate (Mechanical Fitter)

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9975
First Year
D ip lo m a (C ivil & A rc h ite c tu re E n g in e e rin g )
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Second Year
Building Construction
Civil /Architectural Engineering Drawing-I
Concrete Technology
Highway Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Surveying & Leveling-I
Soil & Foundation Engineering
R.C.C. Drawing
Irrigation Engineering
Internship & Training
Third Year
Surveying & Leveling-II
Railway, Bridges & Tunnels
Fluid Mechanics
Civil / Architecture Engineering Drawing-II
Township Planning
Earthquake Engineering Concept
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
Programmes Offered
First Year
Second Year
D ip lo m a (M e c h a n ic a l E n g in e e rin g )
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-II
Workshop Technology-II
Thermodynamics
Materials Science
Machine Design & Drawing-I
Computer Application for Engineering
Industrial Management
Strength of Materials
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Internship & Training
Theory of Machines
CNC Machines & Automation
Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines
Machine Design & Drawing-II
Workshop Technology-III
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Industrial Engineering
Project Work & Viva
Internship & Training
Third Year


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
Programmes Offered
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
D ip lo m a (E le c tric a l & E le c tro n ic s E n g in e e rin g )
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-II
Civil Engineering
Electrical Instruments & Measurements
Electrical Estimating & Costing
Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-I
Computer Application for Engineering
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Electrical Power
Electrical Machine
Internship & Training
Digital Electronics
Utilization of Electrical Energy
Modern Electric Traction System
Microprocessors
Generation, Protection Switchgear & Economics
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Electrical Engineering Design & Drawing-II
Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
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First Year
Second Year
Third Year


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

D ip lo m a (I n fo rm a tio n Te c h n o lo g y E n g in e e rin g )
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-II
Computer Organization
Programming Fundamentals Using C
Computer Networks
Data Structure
Operating Systems
Database Management System
System Analysis & Design
Principle of Management
Internship & Training
Visual Basic
Computer Architecture
Multimedia Technology
Software Engineering
Computer Graphics
Client Server Technology
Basic of Internet
Project Work
Internship & Training
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
D ip lo m a (C o m p u te r S c ie n c e E n g in e e rin g )
First Year






Second Year






Third Year



Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-II
Programming Fundamentals Using C
Object Oriented Programming & C++
Computer Networks
Data Structure
Operating Systems
Database Management System
System Analysis & Design
Principle of Management
Internship & Training
Visual Basic
Computer Architecture
Multimedia Technology
Software Engineering
Computer Graphics
Client Server Technology
Basic of Internet
Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 46 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
Programmes Offered
Programmes Offered
D ip lo m a (A u to m o b ile E n g in e e rin g )
First Year
Second Year



Applied Mathematics-II
Workshop Technology-II
Thermodynamics
Materials Science
Machine Design & Drawing-I
Computer Application for Engineering
Industrial Management
Strength of Materials
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Third Year
Theory of Machines
Workshop Technology-III
Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines
Fluid Mechanics
Automotive Fuels & Lubricants
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Machine Design & Drawing-II
Project Work
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
48 Credits
48 Credits
46 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
First Year






Second Year
Third Year



D ip lo m a (E le c tro n ic s & Te le c o m m u n ic a tio n E n g in e e rin g )


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
48 Credits
48 Credits
46 Credits

First year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA

Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : NA
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry-I
Applied Mechanics
Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing-I
Fundamentals of IT
Workshop Technology-I
Professional Communication
Internship & Training
Applied Mathematics-II
Basic of Electrical Engineering
Digital Electronics-I
Principles of Communication Engineering
Electronic Component & Material
Computer Application for Engineering
Networks, Filters & Transmission Lines
Communication Engineering-I
Electrical Machine
Internship & Training
Communication Engineering-II
Electronic Instruments & Measurements
Digital Electronics-II
Microprocessor
Power Electronics
Digital & Data Communication
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Project Work
Internship & Training
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D ip lo m a in I n d u stria l S a fe ty M a n a g e m e n t
First Year






Professional Communication
Safety Management
High Pressure Operations, Safety Education-
-and Training & Inspection
Safety in Work Plants
Hazards in Work Place
Internship & Training
First Year








Annual Programme Fees : Rs.16050
P o st G ra d u a te D ip lo m a in F ire S a fe ty M a n a g e m e n t
Safety Management Systems
History of Fire Service
Advance Fire Control Technology
Occupational Health & Hazards
Practical
Internship & Training


Annual Programme Fees : Rs.16050
D ip lo m a in F ire S a fe ty M a n a g e m e n t
First Year





Professional Communication
Safety Management
History of Fire Service
Fire Control Technology
Hazards in Work Place
Internship & Training

Total Programme Credits
46
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.16050

42

Annual Programme Fees Rs.16050
P o st G ra d u a te D ip lo m a in I n d u stria l S a fe ty M a n a g e m e n t
First Year






Safety Management Systems
Accident Prevention Techniques
Safety at Work Place
Occupational Health & Hazards
Practical
Internship & Training
First Year






B a c h e lo r o f B u sin e ss A d m in istra tio n (G e n e ra l)
Organizational Behavior
Principles of Management
Management & Financial Accounting
Business Economics
Legal & Regulatory Framework
Marketing Management
Human Resource Management
Organization, Competition & Environment
Internship & Training
Second Year
Introduction to Research Methodology
Management Information System
Quantitative Techniques for Business
Business Strategy
Indian Economy
Taxation Law
Computer Fundamental
Business Laws
Internship & Training
Programmes Offered
Total Programme Credits
46
Total Programme Credits
42
Total Programme Credits
Third Year
Strategic Management
Computer Applications in Management
Business Environment
Project Planning & Evaluation
Financial Management
Cost Accounting
Production & Operations Management
Values & Ethics in Business
Internship & Training


Total
Programme
Credits
144
I Year 48 Credits
II Year 48 Credits
III Year 48 Credits
First year Optional Early Exit Certification : Diploma in Management
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification : Advance Diploma in Management

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18650
M a ste r o f B u sin e ss A d m in istra tio n
Choose Any One Group
First Year






Financial & Management Accounting
Managerial Economics
Organizational Behavior & Management Processes
Computer Application in Management
Business Environment
Research Methodology and Quantitative Techniques
Human Resource Management
Management Science
Marketing Management
Production and Operation Management
International Business
Internship & Training
Second Year
Management Information System
Strategic Management
Total Quality Management
Environmental Management
Financial Management
Project Work
Internship & Training
Group-III(Human Resource Management)
Compensation Management
Management of Industrial Relations
Labor Laws
Management of Training & Development
Organizational Change and Development
International Human Resource Management
Group-IV(Production & Operation Management)
Sales & Distribution Management
Brand Management
Material Management
Logistics Management
Project Management
Supply Chain Management
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.27975
Total
Programme
Credits
118
I Year
II Year
56 Credits
62 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Management
Group-V(Information Technology)
Database Management System
Programming Fundamentals Using C
System Analysis & Design
Internet & E-commerce
Visual Basic
Software Engineering
Programmes Offered
Group-I(Marketing Management)
Advertising Management
Sales & Distribution Management
Consumer Behavior
Marketing of Services
Brand Management
Industrial Marketing
Group-II(Finance Management)
Financial Engineering
Corporate Taxation Planning
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Corporate Restructuring
Management of Financial Services
Global Financial Marketing
Hotel & Catering Management
Hospitality Management
Tourism Planning and Marketing
Service Marketing
International Hospitality Law
Tourism Business Environment
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B a c h e lo r o f C o m p u te r A p p lic a tio n -(B C A )






Total
Programme
Credits
146
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.26150
50 Credits
50 Credits
46 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advanced Diploma in Computer Application
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Computer Application
First Year
Programming Fundamentals Using C
Principle of Management
Database Management System
Discrete Mathematics
Operating Systems
Computer Architecture
Basics of Internet
Object Oriented Programming Using C++
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
Computer Networks
Business Communication
Data Structure
Software Project Management
Computer Organization
Graph Theory
System Analysis & Design
Financial Accounting
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Third Year
Multimedia Technology
Web Technology
Client Server Technology
Visual Basic
Computer Graphics
Software Engineering
Practical & Project Work
Internship & Training
Programmes Offered
M a ste r o f C o m p u te r A p p lic a tio n - (M C A )
First Year
Fundamental of Computer & C Language
Data Structure
Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
Computer Organization
Principle of Management
System Analysis & Design
Operating Systems
Paradigms of Programming
Database Management System
Basic of Internet
Minor Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
Computer Networks
Unix and Shell Programming
Software Engineering
Management Information System
Programming in Java
Analysis & Design of Algorithms
Computer Graphics
Computer Architecture
Internet & E-Commerce
Discrete Mathematics
Project Work
Internship & Training
P G D C A
First Year
Fundamental of Computer & C Language
Data Structure
Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
Computer Organization
Principle of Management
System Analysis & Design
Operating Systems
Paradigms of Programming
Database Management System
Basics of Internet
Minor Project Work
Internship & Training


Annual Programme Fees : Rs.21450
Total Programme Credits 54
B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (F a sh io n D e sig n in g )
First Year






Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18200
46 Credits
50 Credits
46 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Fashion Designing
Third Year
History of Fashion
Fashion Sketching & Illustration-I
Basic Design & Design Idea
Pattern Making & Grading
Garment Construction-I
Practical (Fashion Illustration, Pattern Making &-
-Garment Construction)
Internship & Training
Second Year
Fashion Sketching & Illustration-II
Textile Science, Dyeing & Printing
Pattern Making, Draping & Grading
Garment Construction-II
Indian Traditional Textile & Surface Ornamentation
Computer Aided Design
Practical
Internship & Training
Knitting Technology
Apparel Manufacturing Technology
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising
Fashion Management
Quality Control in Apparels
Practical
Internship & Training
Third Year
Advance Database Management System
Computer Based Numerical & Statistical Techniques
.NET with C#
Multimedia Technology
Mobile Technology
Distributed System
Cryptography & Network Security
Project Work & Viva
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
164
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.23150
54 Credits
56 Credits
54 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Master of Science ( Computer Science )
B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (I n te rio r D e sig n in g )
First Year
Building Materials-I
Building Construction-I
Computer Application
Practical-I(Residential Space Design Paper)
Practical-II(Drawing & Graphics)
Internship & Training
Second Year
Building Materials-II
Building Construction-II
Computer Aided Design
Practical-I(Interior Design Paper)
Practical-II(Working Drawing-I)
Project Work
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
132
I Year
II Year
III Year
Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18200
40 Credits
46 Credits
46 Credits
Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Interior Designing
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Interior Designing



Third Year
Theory of Architecture
Services of Interior Designer
Professional Practice
Practical-I(Applied Craft and Art Design Paper)
Practical-II(Working Drawing-II)
Project Work
Internship & Training
Programmes Offered
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Total
Programme
Credits
138
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18200
46 Credits
46 Credits
46 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Textile Designing
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Textile Designing
Third Year First Year






Second Year
Fiber Science
Textile Chemistry
Basic of Fashion Design
Spun Yarn Technology
Fabric Manufacturing
Practical (Fiber Analytical Laboratory)
Internship & Training
Structure & Properties Of Fibers
Knitting Technology
Textile Design & Ornamentation
Woven Fabric Structure
Textile Chemical Processing
Practical (Fabric Structure Laboratory)
Internship & Training
Non-Woven Technology
Garment Technology
Apparel Marketing & Merchandising
Home Textile & Furnishings
Process & Quality Control in Yarn & Fabric Manufacture
Practical (Computer Aided Fabric Design Laboratory)
Internship & Training
Third Year
B a c h e lo r o f F in e A rts
First Year
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
140
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.9400
46 Credits
46 Credits
48 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Fine Arts
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Fine Arts
Language (T)
History of Arts (T)
Drawing & Painting (P)
Still Life (Object) (P)
Design in Applied Arts (P)
Internship & Training
History of Arts(Western Art) (T)-I
Advertising (T)
Life Study (P)
Animation & Graphics (P)
Illustration (P)
Internship & Training
History of Arts(Western Art) (T)-II
Aesthetics
Computer Graphics
Composition
Practical
Internship & Training
First Year


B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (A n im a tio n & M u ltim e d ia )
Basics of Animation
Basics of Art
Classical Animation
Computer Fundamentals
Project Work
Internship & Training
Second Year
3D Animation
Sound & Video Editing
Clay Animation & Compositing
Web Designing
Project Work
Internship & Training
Programmes Offered
Total
Programme
Credits
144
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18200
48 Credits
48 Credits
48 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Animation & Multimedia
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Animation & Multimedia
Third Year
Pre-Production of Film
Production of Film
Entrepreneurship Development & Management
Post-Production of Film
Project Work
Internship & Training
M a ste r o f F in e A rts
First Year
Second Year
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year
II Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.17475
46 Credits
46 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Fine Arts
History of Art (Western) (T)
Drawing & Illustration (P)
Design in Applied Arts (P)-I
History of Animation (T)
Animation & Graphics (P)-I
Internship & Training
History of Art (Indian Art) (T)
Uses of Multimedia in Animation (T)
Design in Applied Arts (P)-II
Animation & Graphics (P)-II
Storyboard Illustration (P)
Internship & Training
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (F a sh io n D e sig n in g )
First Year
Fashion Designing & Design Studies
Fashion Sketching & Illustration
Textile Studies & Knitting Technology
Pattern Making, Draping & Grading
Garment Construction
Practical - Fashion Sketching, Pattern Making
& Garment Construction
Internship & Training
Indian Traditional Textile & Embellishment Technology
Fashion Forecasting & Range Development
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising
Garment Production Management
Computer Aided Fashion Design
Practical - Embellishment Technology & Computer Aided Fashion Design
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year
II Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.32475
46 Credits
46 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Fashion Designing
Second Year
First Year
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (I n te rio r D e sig n in g )
Residential Interior Space Design
Construction & Materials
Working Drawings-I
Commercial Interior Space Design Portfolio
Practical(Residential, Commercial Interior Space Design)
Practical(Commercial Interior Space Design)
Internship & Training


Programmes Offered
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Second Year
First Year
Second Year
M a ste r o f S c ie n c e (Te xtile D e sig n in g )
Fiber Science & Technology
Spun Yarn Technology
Introduction to Fashion
Woven Fabric Manufacturing
Knitting Technology
Practical(Fiber Analytical Laboratory)
Internship & Training
Fabric Structure Design & Analysis
Chemical Processing of Textile Material
Apparel Marketing & Merchandising
Theory of Clothing Manufacturing
Computer Aided Textile Design
Practical(Fabric Structure Laboratory)
Internship & Training
B a c h e lo r o f S c ie n c e (H o te l M a n a g e m e n t)
Food & Beverage Service-I
Food Production and Patisserie
Front Office Management
Hotel Law
Travel & Tourism Management
Internship & Training
Food & Beverage Service-II
Food Microbiology & Nutrition
Hotel Accountancy
Business Communication
Computer Fundamental
Internship & Training
Hotel House Keeping
Environmental Management
Hotel & Catering Management
Hospitality Management
International Hospitality Law
Internship & Training
Third Year
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year
II Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.32475
46 Credits
46 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Textile Designing
Total
Programme
Credits
138
I Year
II Year
III Year

46 Credits
46 Credits
46 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Hotel Management
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Hotel Management

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.14150
First Year
B a c h e lo r o f J o u rn a lism & M a ss C o m m u n ic a tio n
Hindi Language
Introduction to Mass Communication
Principles of Journalism
Advertising and Public Relation
Practical
Internship & Training
Second Year
Media Language
Media Content
Introduction to Print Media
Radio and New Media
Practical
Internship & Training
Floriculture and Landscaping
Furniture in Interiors
Planning the Life Space
Working Drawing-II
Assistanceship Project work
Practical(Commercial Design)
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year
II Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.32475
46 Credits
46 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Interior Designing
Programmes Offered
Second Year


Total
Programme
Credits
142
I Year
II Year
III Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.18200
48 Credits
48 Credits
46 Credits


Second year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Advance Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication
First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication
Third Year
Introduction to Television
Television News Reporting
Media Ethics and Research
Project TV News/Radio News/Web News
Practical and Viva
Internship & Training
First Year


Second Year
M a ste r o f J o u rn a lism & M a ss C o m m u n ic a tio n
Media Language
Mass Communication Theories
Principals of Journalism
Media Research, Laws & Ethics
Reporting and Editing for Print Media
Practical
Internship & Training
Broadcast Journalism
Advertising and Public Relation
Media Technologies
Media Issues
Project on TV News/ Radio News/ Web News/Print News
Practical
Internship & Training
Total
Programme
Credits
92
I Year
II Year

Annual Programme Fees : Rs.20925
46 Credits
46 Credits


First year Optional Early Exit Certification :
PG Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication
Programmes Offered
ELIGIBILITY : Kindly refer website www.cmd.ind.in & www.shobhituniversity.ac.in for the detailed eligibility
of the programmes.
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D ED IC ATIO N TO
STU D EN T C O M M U N ITY
B ap u's view -p oint p ertaining to value
education should be applied in a w ider
perspective, w orth lies in the fact that
education should necessarily be helpful in
em ploym ent and its foundation should
be laid on m orality and ethics. There is a
g reat need of ap p lying B ap u's id eas
according to the present circum stances of
our country and also as per the dem ands
of m odern tim e.
Taking an inspiration from the father of
nation; of fulfilling the need in India for
skilled m anpow er across different sectors
and to narrow the existing gap betw een
th e d e m a n d & s u p p ly o f s k ille d
m anpow er, Shobhit U niversity, M eerut &
C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent have
em phasized on C apacity B uilding&
intending to provide skill based training to
th e stu d e n ts a cro ss th e n a tio n b y
dedicating a unique program m e by the
nam e of C ollaborative Industry B ased
E d ucatio nw hich is co m b inatio n o f
industrial exposure and studies for the
student com m unity.
G EN ER AL
IN FO R M ATIO N
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G eneral inform ation for students
Every student has to be registered in the U niversity.
Enclosed the required certificates w ith adm ission form .
All the fees including courses, tuition, adm ission, registration/re-registration, Additional Theory &
Practical Training C lasses, Internship and exam ination should be paid to C IIP in form of a bank
dem and draft in favour of C ouncil for M inority D evelopm entpayable at N ew D elhi. Students are
not eligible for appearing in exam inations w ithout paying the prescribed fees.

Study m aterial shall be provided by the C ouncil for M inority D evelopm entfor selected
program m es preferably in English m edium . Reference study m aterial in the form of text books
shall be m ade available on the cost basis on dem and by the students.

Students applying for Lateral Entry/C redit Transfer/Skill Based C redit Transfer are required to
subm it application form for Lateral Entry/C redit Transfer/Skill Based C redit Transfer along w ith
adm ission form .
Fee once paid is non refundable and non adjustable.

Each registered student shall be provided an Registration N um ber as per U niversity N orm s.

Students w ill subm it Experience Provider Evaluation of Applicant Form along w ith Exam ination
Form after due attestation from C IIP.
The students are required to perform their sensitive practical in the presence of supervisor.
C IIP w ill issue a receipt for any am ount paid by student.

C IIP w ill inform students about exact dates for registration, adm ission & com m encem ent of
exam ination and the date sheet of exam ination. H ow ever, it is the responsibility of students to take
necessary updates from W ebsite.

Students are required to keep in touch w ith their C IIP for any inform ation they need or any solution to
the problem they face.
PAR T TIM E R EG U LAR
FO R W O R K IN G PR O FES SIO N AL
C IB ED U C ATIO N PR O G R AM M E
G EN ER AL
IN FO R M ATIO N
1) C andidates w orking in G overnm ent / Private O rganizations are eligible for Part-tim e Regular C IB Education
Program m es. Such candidates are required to take w ritten perm ission from their respective departm ents :
a) Before applying any course in Part Tim e Regular C IB Education M ode.
b) To take adm ission through lateral entry, credit transfer, skill based credit transfer schem es in any program m m e.
c) For Appearing U niversity exam inations.
2) C andidate w ill be responsible for providing details about their attendance to their respective departm ent/organization.
C andidate is required to attend m inim um of 75% of Theory Training & Internship classes. In case of failing to do so, the
candidate w ill be required to take leave from their departm ent to successfully com plete their rem aining classes
prescribed for appearing in U niversity Exam inations.
3) C andidates are required to provide an Experience Provider Evaluation of Applicant Form from their O rganization.
4) U niversity / C M D is not responsible for such candidates for pursuing C IB Education program m e in Part Tim e Regular
M ode, w ithout perm ission from their O rganization.
A C andidate w ho has successfully com pleted recognised certificate / diplom a w hose curriculum m atches w ith the
program m e of U niversity m ay apply for lateral entry in the program m e . Such Students need not pursue the exem pted years
and exem pted papers .
A candidate w ho has successfully com pleted first / second / third year of any program m e from a recognised university /
institution or any other institution recognised by university are eligible for taking adm ission into the subsequent year of the
program m e. In case w here program m e title is different but m ore than 75 % credits earned in previous qualification m atches
w ith the program m e than such students are also perm itted under this schem e .
A candidate w ho has successfully com pleted m inim um 2 years of w ork experience after last highest qualification in relevant
field or have com pleted any professional certification from an institution are eligible for Skill Based C redit Transfer. The
candidates adm itted under Skill Based C redit Transfers are required to appear in all theory exam inations for fullfilling the
m inim um 2 year credits of that program m e. The SB C T candidates have to appear in all theory exam inations in order to fullfill
the m inim um 2 years credits of that particular program m e. An aspirant for SB C T m ust pose :
*A candidate m ust have m inim um 2 years w ork experience and required to subm it the proof of the sam e
or
*A candidate m ust have done m inim um 2 year professional course / certification & require to subm it proof of the sam e
C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent offers scholarship through W EM SP (W orld Education M ission Scholarship Program m e) to
the m eritorious, socially w eaker (SC , ST, and O B C ), unprivileged and physically challenged students. Students w ho w ants to
take advantage of this scholarship program m e are required to contact the office of W orld Education M ission.
Lateral Entry
Skill Based C redit Transfer (SB C T)
Scholarships and Financial aid to student
C redit Transfer
G EN ER AL
IN FO R M ATIO N
Subm issions of the attested certificates
Fees
C ourse M aterial
Exam ination
At the tim e of adm ission the candidate w ill have to appear at the C IIP of their choice w ith the
follow ing docum ents in original.
C ertificate of educational qualification and date of birth proof.
C ertificates of SC /ST/O B C class, if applied.
C ertificate of proof of residence in rural areas, if applicable.
C ertificates of physical handicap, if applicable.
C ertificates of w ork experience, if applicable.
Photocopies of the statem ent of m arks and other relevant certificates pertaining to the qualifying
exam ination along w ith the signature of the C IIP official com paring the copy w ith original. The
applicant should also affix his/ her signature thereon. Previous testim onials should be attested w ith
N otary Public/G azetted O fficer. Applications w ithout proper attestation w ill not be considered &
liable to get rejected w ithout any claim of refund/adjustm ent of fee and adm ission.
Students are required to deposit the total annual program m e fees w hich includes Registration,
Re-registration, Adm ission, Exam ination, Tuition, Theory Training class, Internship fee at their
respective C IIP (If student have applied the program m e through Lateral entry / C redit Transfer / Skill
Based C redit Transfer. H e / She have to deposit respective fees).
In case of failure in depositing fees the registration of the student w ill be cancelled. If the student
drop out of the course from the m id term , then his/her registration is liable for cancellation w ithout
refund of the earlier deposited fee.
Student registration is valid for a period of three years.
C ourse m aterial shall be provided in English m edium for selected program m es. In few
program m es students are required to purchase text books.
O n the com pletion of Academ ic/C alendar year, the Exam inations w ill be conducted by the
U niversity on a suitable venue.
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C ancellation of Adm ission
C ertifications :
Theory & Practical C lass and Internship C ertificate
Provisional C ertificate
C onsolidated Statem ent of M arks
D egree C ertificate
The student's registration and exam ination result along w ith other instructions shall be put up on the
w ebsite w w w.cm d.ind.in. The students are advised to look into these details from tim e to tim e.
Adm ission can be cancelled and fee forfeited on the follow ing grounds :
Incom plete Form
U npaid Fee
Lack of required educational qualification/ age proof/ experience certificate
Any other discrepancy
N on attestation of testim onials.
N ote :- Adm ission once cancelled w ill not be reconsidered
Theory & Practical C lasses and Internship C om pletion C ertificate w ill be issued by the concerned C IIP,
after proper verification.
O n successful com pletion of the course on dem and by student and paym ent
of prescribed fee, the provisional certificate w ill be issued by university.
C onsolidated statem ent of M arks w ill be issued by U niversity, on dem and by
the student after paym ent of prescribed fees .
D egree certificate of successful student can be obtained by applying in
the prescribed form along w ith the requisite fee after the convocation
notification is issued, by the university.
G EN ER AL
IN FO R M ATIO N
M igration C ertificate
Rectification of m istakes in the C ertificate
Placem ent
M igration certificate w ill be issued to the student on dem and and can be
obtained by applying in the prescribed form , w ith the requisite fee.
In case, any certificate issued has incorrect inform ation or spelling m istakes, the
original certificate should be returned along w ith the request for rectification.
C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent w ill assist students in getting a suitable
placem ent w ith the help of the placem ent cell of the organization. Students
desirous to get placem ent assistance are required to subm it com plete bio-data,
in hard and soft copy form at, to the Placem ent O fficer, C ouncil for M inority
D evelopm ent. C IIP's are required to subm it details is of all the placed students
to the office U niversity through C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent.
G EN ER AL
IN FO R M ATIO N
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A cadem ic A ctivities A cadem ic B atch C alendar B atch
Program m e Announcem ent & Issue of Application
Form s
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January
Registration Form /Re-Registration Form (Alongw ith full fees) :
Last D ate of Subm ission of form to C IIP 30
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N ovem ber 31
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M ay
Exam ination Form /Re-Sitting Form (Alongw ith Experience Provider Evaluation of Applicant) :
Last D ate of subm ission of form to U niversity 30
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April 30
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O ctober
Last D ate of subm ission of form to U niversity w ith late
fee of Rs. 100
30
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N ovem ber
Exam ination 3
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M onday of June 3
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M onday of D ecem ber
Announcem ent of Result
After 45 days of
Exam ination

After 45 days of
Exam ination

The dates given above are tentative and subject to change depending on the decision of the U niversity. For further details
visit w w w.cm d.ind.in
Annual Program m e Fees

Sr. N o. P a rticu la rs Fees (in Rs.)
1 C redit Transfer Fee 250
2 Skill Based C redit Transfer (SB C T) Fee 250
3 Lateral Entry Fee 250
4 N on Eligible Students (if U niversity rejects due to N oneligibility - ) 250
5 C entre Transfer Fee 200
6 D uplicate Identity C ard Fee 100
7 Provisional C ertificate Fee (For Final Years C andidates only) 300
8 D egree C ertificate Fee (For Final Years C andidates only) 500
9 O ptional Early Exit C ertificate Fee 250
10 M igration C ertificate 300
11 D uplicate M arks Sheet 300
12 Late Fees 100
The aforem entioned Annual Program m e Fees includes Registration/Re-Registration, Adm ission, Exam ination,
C ourse, Additional Theory & Practical Training C lasses and Internship Fees.
O ther U niversity Fees
W hat is Part tim e Regular
C IB Education ?
Part Tim e Regular C ollaborative Industry Based Education is m ost contem porary noble concept derived by
C ouncil for M inority D evelopm ent (C M D ) to integrate the com ponent of industry in education. C IB Education is just
not a form ality of giving industry exposure to students; rather it is a full-fledged industry experience to students w ith
their studies. C IB Education enables students to obtain the basic and all functional know ledge of the industry in
w hich they w ished to w ork.
W hat is the difference betw een D istance Education and Part Tim e Regular (PTR) C IB Education ?
W hat is the difference betw een Regular education and C IB education ?
Part Tim e Regular C IB Education is m ost con-tem porary noble concept w hich integrates education and industry. H ere students
are w orking in the sam e industry of the program m e they are pursuing. The biggest advantage of C IB Education over distance
education and conventional education is that students are getting theoretical and professional know ledge at the sam e tim e of
study only. W here as in conventional and distance education program s, Students are required to spend 3-4 years in obtaining
sim ilar level of professional know ledge after their studies. So it is clear that C IB Education students are m ore professional
com pare to the students of conventional/distance education. The students of C IB education proceed fast in profession.
Shobhit U niversity has resolved to conduct the Part-Tim e Regular C IB Education program s related to arts, social science,
education, journalism and m ass com m unication, com m erce, param edical, pharm acy, science and engineering and other
courses w ith the industry and education resource support from C M D to help in finalizing C ollaborative Industry based Internship
Point (C IIP) and in internship/ training/ research w ork for the students and directly enrolling students in university from India.
W hat are the advantages of C IB Education over C onventional Education & D istance Education ? Part-Tim e Regular
H ow C M D is conducting PTR C IB Education program of Shobhit U niversity ?
D istance Education is an effective tool of giving Postal /
C orrespondence Education.
N o form al Education/ Industrial Training
D istance Education is focused on the self learning
capability of student. Students does not have chance to
w ork in industry w ith studies.
D istance Education
Regular/C onventional Education is an effective tool of
teaching students in classroom s throughout the year.
Regular Education is a com bination of classroom
teaching and self study of a student. Students are not
provided any opportunity to undergo any Industrial/
professional training or apply the theoretical basis of their
studies in practical life.
This type of Education som etim es proves w astage of tim e
for m ore than 50% of students, as students leaves the
field after study.
In Annual m ode C lassroom interaction and practical 5hrs
x 175 days (annually) = 875 hrs (Annually).
In Sem ester M ode C lassroom interaction and practical
6hrs x 180 days (annually) = 1080hrs (Annually).
Regular Education
PTR C IB Education is regular & not a Postal or
C orrespondence Education.
PT Regular Education w ith real-tim e industry exposure.
PTR C IB Education is very easy to pursue as student
perform s everything in real industry as a part of their
academ ic curriculum .
Part Tim e Regular (PTR) C IB Education
In addition to Regular Education, Students obtain Industrial
/Professional exposure as a part of curriculum .
PTR C IB Education is a com bination of classroom teaching,
self study & its real-tim e practical applications. Students are
provided an opportunity to apply all their theoretical
know ledge into practical field w ith the help of industrial
/professional training.
PTR C IB Education is m ore focused and proven track
record of successful generation of m ore than 95% students
in the sam e profession.
In PTR C IB M ode C lassroom interaction w ill have credits of
20< = AN D 10< 27 for Industrial Exposure and Extra
C urricular Activities. Each credit consist of 30 hours of
teaching.
Part Tim e Regular (PTR) C IB Education
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