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Program Outcome/Program Specific outcome/Course Outcome


Durgapur Government College offers undergraduate courses in three streams: Arts, Science and Commerce; and post-graduate courses in three science subjects Chemistry, Conservation Biology and Geology.

Arts stream

The Bachelor of Arts requires three years of full time study consisting of six semesters. The College offers 6 honours courses and 6 programs in six arts subjects: Bengali, English, History, Philosophy, Political Science and Sanskrit. Apart from the specific honours and program subjects, the skill enhancement courses (SEC), ability enhancement compulsory course(AECC), generic courses (GE), discipline specific elective (DSE), modern Indian languages (MIL) are included in the curriculum of the affiliating university. Arts degrees are focused on increasing a students’ knowledge and critical thinking in accordance to the syllabus and curriculum prescribed by the affiliating university (Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol). These courses aim to prepare students with a sound knowledge and skills to connect across geographical, disciplinary, social and cultural boundaries, understand the importance of ethical behaviour and lifelong learning habits.

Click on the following departmental links to download the program outcome/program specific outcome and course outcome of different arts departments:

Bengali (Click to download)

English (Click to download)

History(Click to download)

Philosophy(Click to download)

Political Science(Click to download)

Sanskrit(Click to download)

Science stream

The Bachelor of Science requires three years of full time study consisting of six semesters. The College offers 7 honours courses seven science subjects: Botany, Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology, and six science programs in six subjects: Botany, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology, Apart from the specific honours and program subjects, the skill enhancement courses (SEC), ability enhancement compulsory course (AECC), generic courses (GE) and discipline specific elective (DSE) are included in the curriculum of the affiliating university. Masters in Science degrees are offered in Chemistry, Conservation Biology and Geology, which requires two years of full time study consisting of four semesters. These courses introduce a wide range of topics to students, develop reasoning through unfamiliar problems through critical and analytical thinking and to find a systematic approach in analysing solving problems through teamwork with importance to safe laboratory practice.

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Botany (Click to download)

Chemistry (Click to download)

Conservation Biology (Click to download)

Economics (Click to download)

Geology(Click to download)

Mathematics (Click to download)

Physics (Click to download)

Zoology (Click to download)

Commerce Stream

The Bachelor of Commerce requires three Years of full time study consisting of six semesters. The college offers honours course in Accountancy and Commerce program in Accountancy. It aims to provide students with the knowledge, tools of analysis and skills to understand and participate in the modern business and economic world.

Expected Program Outcome:

1.       Thorough knowledge about fundamentals of Commerce.

2.       Practical exposure that would equip the student to face the modern day challenges in Commerce and Business. 

3.       Job oriented skills, which ensure that the students are fit for every challenging situation. 

4.       Ability to address various tax issues and reforms.

5.       Ability to set up and run a Computerised Accounting System. 

6.       Competent to demonstrate the role of Accounting in society and business. 

7.       Skills for a Financial Accounting career applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge.

8.       Proficiency for completing various professional courses like CA, CS, CMA and others. 

9.       Ability to recognize the role of businessperson, entrepreneur, manager and consultant.

10.    Expertise in ways to contribute towards the development of new practices and procedures of Accounting.

Accounting Honours: Core Paper I (Financial Accounting) ,Semester -1 

Unit :I :Basic Concept of Accounting and accounting Process. 

Unit:II:(a)Accounting from Incomplete Records.                                                                                                                   

             (b)Accounting for Bills of Exchange. 

Unit: III: Accounting for Special Transaction: 

              -Consignment Accounting. 

              -Joint Venture Accounting. 

Unit :IV: Accounting of Non Trading Concerns. 

Unit: V: Sectional Balancing system. 

Unit :VI: Partnership Accounting. 

 Expected Course Outcome:

1.       First-hand knowledge about general aspects of Financial Accounting. 

2.       Ability to identify and record transaction, passing adjustment entries, construct financial statements and close the Books of Account at the end of Accounting Period. 

3.        Skill to ascertain the results in terms of profit/loss and financial position to reveal the financial status and to provide necessary financial information. 

4.       Ability to describe the accounting principles and regulations that govern financial statements. 

5.       Proficiency to apply what they have learned in class to the diverse business situations they may face in workplace. 

 

Accountancy Honours: Core Paper V (Cost Accounting), Semester- 3 

Unit: I: Introduction.           Unit: II: Cost Classification.                 Unit: III: Materials. 

Unit: IV: Employee Cost.     Unit: V: Overhead.                               Unit: VI: Cost Book Keeping. 

 Expected Course Outcome:

1.       Understanding of basic concepts and advantages of Cost Accounting 

2.       Knowledge about Cost Sheet, Stores Ledger, Labour Cost, Overhead, Remuneration system and Incentive Scheme for workers.

3.       Expertise in controlling cost through material cost control measures such as fixation of various stock levels, economic ordering quantity etc. 

4.       Ability to identify the critical role of cost allocation and cost apportionment for ascertaining cost of various cost centres and rates for recovery of overhead.

5.       Competence in using the costing system to prepare and analyse the production reports where a large number of products are manufactured. 

6.        Efficient in providing all necessary information for short term as well as long-term decision-making.