List of Courses

The college offers BA, BCom, BSc, BCA, BBA, BBA (Tourism & Hotel Management), & 12 Masters Degree courses. The courses are under Semester Scheme. In addition to this Diploma,Certificate and Add-on courses are also offered.

Languages taught are English, Kannada, Hindi and Sanskrit. Computer Applications, Constitution of India and Environmental Studies are compulsory subjects.


Business Management Cost and Management Accounting
Financial Accounting-I Financial Accountng-II
Management of Banking & Insurance Services Company Law
Enivornmental Studies Constitution of India
Cost and Management Accounting Cost and Management Accounting
Corporate Accounting Corporate Accounting
Business taxation Business taxation
Business Decisions E Commerce
Business Law Marketing Management
Financial Management Quantitative techniques II
Cost and Management Accounting V Principles and practice of auditing
Quantitative Techniques I Entrepreneurship development
Corporate Accounting III Business taxation IV
Business Taxation III Business statistics
Environmental Studies Constitution of India
Indian Business Environment Managerial Economics
Principles of Economics Business Mathematics
Financial Accounting-I Financial Accounting-II
Computer Applications Management Accounting
Cost Accounting Marketing Management
Principles & Practice of Management Financial Management
Financial Accounting-III Human Resources Management
Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship Law & Practice of Banking
Income Tax International Business
Business Statistics- I Company Law
Commercial Law Business Statistics II
Elective - paper I Elective - paper III
Elective - paper II Elective - paper IV

(a) Marketing Management
(b) Financial Management
(c) Human Resource Management
(d) Event Management
Any one group, Having two papers, is to be selected.

Physics,Mathematics,Computer Science(PMCs)

I Paper 1 - Mechanics and Properties of matter
II Paper 2 - Heat and Thermodynamics
III Paper 3 - Waves, Acoustics and Optics
IV Paper 4 - Electricity and Electromagnetism
V Paper 5 - Spectroscopy & Electronics
Paper 6 - Condensed matter Physics
Paper 7
Electives: Paper 7.1 - Solid State & Semi Conductor Physics
Paper 7.2 - Renewable Energy Physics
Paper 7.3 - Molecular Physics
Paper 7.4 - Atmospheric Physics
Paper 7.5 - Lasers and Fibre Optics
VI Paper 8 - Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
Paper 9 - Nuclear Physics
Paper 10
Electives : Paper 10.1 - Analog and Digital Electronics
Paper 10.2 - Opto Electronics
Paper 10.3 - Astrophysics
Paper 10.4 - Communication Systems
Paper 10.5 - Elements of Material Science


|. Algebra - I & Differential Calculus-I
||.Differential Calculus II and Integral Calculus - I
|||. Calculus – |
|V. Algebra & Differential Equations
V. Paper – 5 – Calculus – ||
Paper – 6 – Algebra & Calculus
paper – 7 – Applied Mathematics
V|. Paper – 8 – Numerical Analysis & Vector Calculus
Paper – 9 – Linear Algebra
Paper – 10 – Complex Analysis


|. Computer Concepts and ‘C’ Programming
||. Data Structure Applications with C
|||. Database Management System
|V. Analysis and Design of Algorithms, Soft Skill
V. Paper – 5 – Operating System and System Software
Paper – 6 – Object Oriented Programming with C++
Paper – 7 – Computer Networks
Paper – 8 – Numerical Algorithms and Operation Research


|. Bio-molecule & Microbiology
||. Enzymology & Cellular Metabolism
|||. Cell Biology & Genetics
|V. Plant Cell & Tissue Culture & Animal Cell Structure
V. Paper – 5.1 – Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering
Paper – 5.2 – Immunology & Medical Biotechnology
V|. Paper – 6.1 – Microbial Technology & Agricultural Biotechnology
Paper – 6.2- Environmental Biotechnology & Bioinformatics


Introduction to Bio-Chemistry
II Bio-Organic-I
III Bio-Organic-II & Bio-Chemical Techniques
IV Biomolecules
V Paper- 5.1 – Enzymology, Clinical Biochemistry & Nutrition
Paper- 5.2 – Metabolism & Human Physiology
VI Paper- 6.1 – Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering
Paper- 6.2 – Microbiology & Immunology


|. General Microbiology
||. Microbial Diversity
|||. Microbial Growth & Genetics
|V. Microbial Metabolism & Genetic Engineering
V. Paper – 5.1 – Environmental Microbiology
Paper – 5.2 – Soil & Agricultural Microbiology
V|. Paper – 6.1 – Food Microbiology & Industrial Microbiology
Paper – 6.2 – Immunology & Medical Microbiology

Basics of Digital Electronics Data Structures and Applications.
Mathematics Discrete Mathematics
Computer Fundamentals of Problem Solving Operating System
C Programming Accounting & Financial Management
Digital Electronics & Office Automation Lab Data Structures Lab
C Programming Lab Accountancy Lab & Web Designing Lab
Computer Architecture & Microprocessor Data Communication and Computer Networks
OOPS with C++ Computer Oriented Numerical Analysis & Statistical Methods
Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Data Mining
DBMS Computer Graphics
Microprocessor Lab & Unix Lab Visual Programming with Visual Basic6.0
C++ Lab Numerical Analysis & Staistics Lab
Visual Programming* & DBMS Lab
Java Project Work
Operation Research
Elective - I
Elective - II
Java Lab
Operation Research Lab & ASP Lab
Multimedia Image Processing
Computer System Security Computer Animation
C# System Software
Admission Criteria for BCA BSc., Computer Science and BCA syllabi had been framed and executed since from the academic year 2005 – 2006 and 2007 – 2008, respectively. After completion of 5 years of tenure and in tune with the industrial requirements, the Board of Studies has felt that, both the BSc Computer Science and BCA (Degree) syllabi has to be revised and put in to the effect from the academic year 2013-2014.
  1. Eligibility for Admission (for BCA only): Those candidates who have successfully completed +2 or PU or equivalent with Mathematics/Computer Science/Business Mathematics/Accountancy OR 3 years Diploma after SSLC/10th Class with Computer Science Engineering/Information Science Engineering or equivalent.
  2. Duration of the Course: This is a 3 years program split into 6 semesters each of duration 4 months.  However, the maximum duration permitted is 6 years from the date of admission as per the double the duration norm of the University of Mysore.
  3. Attendance requirement, progress and conduct: As per the existing norms of the University of Mysore for other Bachelors’ degree programme.
  4. Hours of instructions/week: Shown in the Tables.
  5. Titles of papers/practicals etc: Shown in the Tables.
  6. Scheme of Examination/Assessment:  Shown in the Tables.
  7. Minima for a pass in each paper and aggregate and condition for promotion to next higher class:  A candidate has to get a minimum of 40% in every paper (Including IA). However a candidate has to obtain a minimum of 28 out of 80 in the semester-end examination in every paper.  Examination will be conducted for both odd and even semesters at the end of every semester. The complete carryover system is permitted except when the candidate is detained for the attendance requirement. However before the candidate enters the 6th semester, the candidate should have completed all papers up to the end of 4th semester successfully and before submitting the final project report, the candidate should have completed all semesters up to the end of 5th semester.
  8. Classification of the successful candidates: Based on the sum total of the marks secured in all successfully completed papers from all six semesters, class will be awarded.
  1. If the sum total mark is equal to or more than 70% of the aggregate then the candidate is placed in Distinction class.
  2. If the sum total mark is equal to or more than 60% and less than 70% then the candidate is placed in First class.
  3. If the sum total mark is equal to or more than 50% and less than 60 % then the candidate is placed in Second class.
  4. Remaining successful candidates are placed in Pass class.
  5. Transitory Provision: Not applicable.
  6. Fee structure: As decided by the University of Mysore / Government from time to time.

History. Economics, Geography(HEG)
History, Economics, Sociology(HES)
Criminology & Forensic Science, Psychology, Sociology(CPS)
Journalism & Mass Communication, Economics, English Major(JEE)
Subject wise Syllabus(Theory papers only)


||. History of India upto 1206 A.D
||. History of India from 1206 to 1761 A.D
|||. History of India from 1757 to 1857 A.D
|V. Indian National Movement from 1885-1947 A.D
V. Paper – 5 Histroy & Culture of South India upto 1336 A.D.
Paper – 6 State & Society in South India from 1336 to 1800 A.D
Paper – 7 Colonialism & Nationalism in Asia from 1800 to 1950 A. D
V|. Paper – 8 Perspectives in Karnataka History from 1800 to 1956 A.D
Paper – 9 Modern Western Civilisation 1789 – 1945 A.D
Paper – 10 India & the Contemporary World 1950 – 1995 A.D

Elective – (a) Principal of Tourism (b) Development & Origination of Tourism


|. Principles of Micro Economics
||. Prinicples of Macro Economics
|||. Mathematics & Statistics for Economics
|V. Indian Economy
V. Paper – 5 Managerial Economics
Paper – 6 Economics of Development
Paper – 7 Elective: (a) Banking Theory & Policy or (b) Introduction to Economics (c) Introduction to Econometrics.
V|. Paper – 8 Public Finance
Paper – 9 International Economics
Paper – 10 Elective – (a) Indian Financial System or (b) Tourism Economics-Macro Aspects (c) Basic Econometrics.


|. Physical Geography – | (Land Forms)
||. Physical Geography – || (Atmosphere & Hydrosphere)
|||. Regional Gepgraphy of World
|V. Human Geography
V. Paper – 5 geography of India – Part – |
Paper – 6 (Electives) Regional Geography of Karnantaka / Settlement Geography / Environment Geography
V|. Paper – 7 Geography of India – ||
Paper – 8 (Electives) Population Geography /Economics Geography of the world / Geography or Tourism


|. Introduction to Sociology
||. Foundations of Sociology
|||. Indian Society : Tradition & Change – 1
|V. Indian Society : Tradition & Change – 2
V. Paper – 5 Rural Sociology (Compulsory)
Paper – 6 Population Studies in India or Medical Sociology
Paper – 7 Contemporary Social problems or industrial Sociology
V|. Paper – 8 Pioneers of Sociology (Compulsory)
Paper – 9 Women in India or Social of Movements
Paper – 10 Social Stratification & mobility or Urban Sociology


I. Fundamentals of Criminology
I. Open Elective: Elements of Forensic Science
II. Criminalistics
II. Open Elective: Fingerprint Science
III. Forensic Prints and Impressions
IV. Criminal Major Acts
V. Paper – 1 Correctional Administration Paper – 2 Cyber crimes & Cyber Forensics
V Generic Elective: Crime Scene Investigation
V|. Paper – 1 Police Science – Techniques of Crime Investigation
Paper – 2 Introduction to Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
VI Generic Elective: Fingerprint Science


I Foundations of Psychology (Theory & Practicals)
II Introduction to Social Psychology (Theory & Practicals)
III Life Span Development (Theory & Practicals)
IV Organizational Psychology (Theory & Practicals)
V (i) Compulsory paper
Statistical Methods and Psychological Research (Theory & Practicals - I)
(ii) Electives - I & II
a) Health & Well being (Theory & Practicals - II)
b) Core life skills (Theory & Practicals - II)
VI (i) Compulsory paper
Psychological Disorders (Theory & Research / Project work / Practicals - II)
(ii) Electives - I & II
a) Counselling Psychology (Theory & Practicals - I)
b) Positive Psychology for youth (Theory & Practicals - I)


|. Communication Skill
||. Applied Journalism
|||. Media Laws & Ethics
|V. Audio-Visual Communication
V. Reporting Practices
Editing Practices
Vl Feature Writing and Media issues
Advertising and Public Relations


I Paper - 1 English Literature (1550-1750) Poetry, Essays & Literary terms
II Paper - 2 English Literature (1751-1900) Poetry, Essays, Literary terms and Literary Criticism
III Paper - 3 Elizabethan Drama and Critical Essays.
IV Paper - 4 Victorian Novel and Critical Essays
V Paper - 5 Literary Criticism and Practical Criticism
Paper - 6 Modern Literature - Poetry, Novel and Drama
Paper - 7 Contemporary Literature - Poetry, Short Stories & Novel
VI Paper - 8 Indian Literature in English - Poetry, Short Stories & Novel
Paper - 9 New Literatures in English - Poetry, Short Stories & Novel
Paper - 10 Contemporary Literary Theories.

Department of Computer Science

Computer Hardware Networking and Maintenance
Web Designing

Department of B.Sc. (Bt.BM)

Drinking Water Quality Standard


Global Skills Enhancement Programme

Department of Geography

Geo-Spatial Technologies

Department of English

Spoken English Classes
French Coaching Classes

Department of Business Administration

Entrepreneurship Development Programme in association with Wadhwani Foundation, Bengaluru

Department of Commerce

Tally with GST
CA-CPT & CS Foundation Training
ACCA, UK Programme in association with Financial Training institute Bengaluru
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Department of History

Development of Tourism in Karnataka

Diploma in Food & Beverage

Certificate in Food Production


Any candidate who has passed two- year Pre-University Course of Karnataka State or any other Examination recognized as equivalent is eligible for admission to six semester Degree Programmes.

Candidates seeking admission to B.Sc. Degree programme should have studied at least two Science subjects as electives at the Pre-University level.

Rules for Admission.

1. All admissions are provisional and subject to approval by the University of Mysore.
2. Admission of candidates is made on the basis of marks obtained by them in the qualifying examination.
3. Admissions are made on the condition that students will abide by the rules and regulations of the college.
4. Admissions are made on a year-to-year basis. Students are required to get themselves admitted for the Second / Third year at the beginning of each academic year to continue their studies in the college.
5. Students become eligible for promotion to the next class after satisfying conditions such as required percentage of attendance, academic progress and good conduct.
6. The Principal reserves the right of admission.
7. Documents necessary for admission
a) Completely filled application form.
b) 5 copies of recent passport size colour photographs.
c) Three photocopies of Income certificate/Caste certificate duly attested by a Gazetted Officer (original certificates shall be produced at the time of admission), if applicable.
d) Original Marks card of the qualifying examination along with an attested copy.
e) Photocopy of Aadhar Card
f) SSLC/Equivalent Marks Card : Photocopy.

8. Candidates once admitted cannot claim refund of fees paid.
9. Students with undesirable antecedents, improper conduct will not be allowed to get admission to the next class.
10.Parents (Guardians if parents are not alive) accompanying the student is mandatory at the time of admission.

Overseas and Non-Karnataka Students

International students seeking admission to I, II and III Degree programmes are required to produce Eligibility Certificate issued by the University of Mysore, besides valid student visa and passport.
Candidates from other states seeking admission to I, II and III Degree programmes are required to produce Migration Certificate from the Board / University where they studied last and Eligibility Certificate issued by the University of Mysore.

Fee Payable: As per University norms

As per G.O. No. 595 dated 1-9-1995, students whose family income is not more than Rs. 11,000/- per annum irrespective of the community or caste to which they belong will be exempted from payment of Tuition, Laboratory and Examination Fees. Online submission : E Applications can be downloaded from the web-site and submitted. However, this should be followed by hard copy for being considered for actual admission.

Code of Conduct

  1. Students are directed to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner so as to accomplish the aspirations expressed in the Mission Statement of the college.
  2. Students are expected to have respectful interactions with both teaching and non-teaching staff.
  3. Students have to play a pro-active role in all the activities organized in the college.
  4. The college property has to be utilized with care by the students so as to avoid any damage and the college is liable to recover from students any consequential penalty incase of damage.
  5. Students collecting money on any grounds in the college premises is strictly prohibited. However, any such funds - mobilization for social or charitable purpose may be considered by the genuineness of the proposal that needs the approval of the Principal as well as the permission of the management.
  6. Participation of students in political agitations, demonstrations is strictly prohibited, the violation of which will lead to student’s rustication.
  7. The utilization of the library and sports facilities by the students in the college during their free time is appreciated.
  8. Bringing four-wheelers to the college is prohibited and the students with two-wheelers are instructed to park their vehicles in the allotted parking slots.
  9. Using cell-phones inside the college campus is prohibited and the violation of which would attract heavy-penalty.
  10. Ragging is strictly prohibited and punishable under Sec.2 (29), 116 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983.
    Consumption of alcohol is also punishable under Law