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BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE - 641 046 TAMIL NADU

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Message from the Vice-Chancellor

Dear Student,

It is my great pleasure to greet you for a blissful and successful academic career through the School of Distance Education of our esteemed University. While extending a warm welcome to you, I am much delighted to assure you that your course of study in the Universitywill be quite interesting besides being successful.

It is evidently seen that conventional face to face educational system being inadequate to cater to the diverse needs of the youth, distance education, an industrial form of system emerges to be an effective alternative system of education, subsuming what is conventionally referred to as education and encompassing the entire segment of educational strategies.

In the context of globalization, it is imperative to select the University that may ultimately bring you glory and honour. Bharathiar University already accredited with "A" grade by NAAC and ranked 2nd at the national level among non-professional Universities by the Times of India in 2009, has been initiating various steps over the period of time to ensure quality in education and methods & techniques of imparting knowledge and skills on-a-parwith any foreign University. Having its mission "Shape Your Future through Distance Education Mode", Bharathiar University adopts a mechanism for time bound implementation of various initiatives to meet the challenges of access and equity and provide seamless, borderless, sustainable and quality higher education to all who aspire to achieve in life. Hence, it is my privilege to strongly emphasize that this University provides the best courses which may suit to anyone who looks out forthe same.

Before concluding, I once again extend a warm welcome to you as a student of this University that assures you a bright future.

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Dr. N. BALASUBRAMANIAN

Message from the Director

Dear Student,

Greetings. It is education that has posed as a great challenge for human community. It is the sector where the world countries have been pumping-in more funds but unfortunately education has not reached the grass roots level of the community even today. The fire to learn and educate oneself is really a healthy indication but that often got drained due to inadequate facilities. This stumbling block may be overcome with the emergence of Distance Education which opened a new window of opportunities for those who wish to further their studies thus helping numerous professionals, dropouts of schools and colleges, housewives, etc., to accomplish their unfinished dreams.

It is known that Distance Education is less a philosophy and more a method of education. The distance learners could study at their own pace, own time and at the place of their own choice with or without face-to-face contact with the instructor. Thus, the Distance Education aims at enhancing cost-effective, quality education to large sections of the community including those who live in remote and far-flung areas.

Keeping this phenomenon in mind, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore known for its excellence in education has its motive as 'Excellence and Relevance'. In this context, it is our privilege to welcome you to enroll yourself into any of Professional / UG / PG / PG. Dip. / Dip. courses offered by the School of Distance Education besides assuring best services foryour progress, growth and success.

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CONTENTS
SI.No Title Page No.
1. The University 4
2. The School of Distance Education 4
3. Special Features of the Distance Education Programmes 4
4. Courses Offered and Eligibility Criteria for Admission 5
5. Course Content 10
6. Course Fee Prescribed - Yearwise 21
7. Admission Procedure 26
8. Payment of Fee 27
9. Important Dates 28
10. Enrolment Number 28
11. Identity Card 28
12. Change of Name, Address, Study Centre, Course and Specialization 28
13. Syllabus and Supportive Study Materials 28
14. Personal Contact Programmes (PCPs) 29
15. Examinations 29
16. Blind Students-Provision to Engage Scribes 29
17. Project Work 29
18. Results 30
19. Improvement Examination 30
20. Re-totalling / Revaluation 30
21. Course Certificate 30
22. Provisional Certificate 30
23. Consolidated Statement of Marks 30
24. Degree Certificate 30
25. Migration Certificate 30
26. Duplicate Certificate 30
27. Rectification of Mistakes in the Certificate 30
28. Scholarship for SC / ST Students 31
29. Discipline 31
30. Disputes 31
31. Legal Jurisdiction 31
32. Telephone and Extension Numbers for Contact 31
List of Spot Admission cum Learning / Information Centres
Application Form and other Enclosures Educate to Elevate

1. THE UNIVERSITY

The Bharathiar University was established at Coimbatore by the Government of Tamilnadu in February, 1982 under the provision of the Bharathiar University Act, 1981 (Act I of 1982). The University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi recognized the University in May 1985 for the purpose of grants. Bharathiar University is a member of the Association of Indian Universities and Commonwealth Universities, hence, the degrees awarded are mutually recognized by each other.

Bharathiar University is accredited with 'A' Grade by NAAC and placed among the top ten Universities at the national level. It has also been ranked 2nd among the non-professional Universities in India by the Times of India in 2009.

The University is situated at the backdrop of Maruthamalai Hills in the Western Ghat range, in a sprawling campus of 1,000 acres of land, 15 kms. from the City of Coimbatore. As of now, the University has 97 affiliated Colleges of which 17 are autonomous, 80 nonautonomous colleges, 8 Management Institutions and one Air Force Administrative College. In addition, there are 19 Research Institutes of the State and Central Governments, which are recognized by the University for Research purpose. All these institutions cater to the educational needs of more than 1,70,000 students and research scholars.

2. THE SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION

The School of Distance Education (SDE) of Bharathiar University was established during the Academic Year 1991-92. The school has limited its operation for the obvious reason of strengthening its base to provide quality education. Having realized the objective, the school has started extending its action by identifying and approving Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres through-out the country to help achieve higher gross enrolment ratio and higher literacy rate.

The School at present has about 200 Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres spreading all-over India and the number is steadily increasing as more and more evince interest in starting Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres.

The School directly admits candidates and conducts the Personal Contact Programmes (PCPs) at specified centres in Coimbatore. Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres enroll candidates and conduct the Personal Contact Programmes in their centres or at specified Regional Centres. The study materials prepared in the prescribed format of the Distance Education Council (DEC) viz., SIM format are provided to the students supplemented with compact discs for hassle free use anywhere at anytime without the burden of carrying the course materials. The working hours of the School are between 9.45 am and 5.30 pm on all working days (Monday-Friday). However, Enquiry Section will function on all Saturdays from 9.45 am to 4.00 pm for the purpose of providing information and sale of Application Form and Prospectus.

3. SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

• Very low fee for all Courses

• 25% fee concession to all teachers, defence and police personnel, press and media persons, graduates of Bharathiar University and ex-service men

100% concession in tuition fee for disabled (As per Government Order)

• Exclusive Career Fairs I Job Melas conducted at Bharathiar University for Distance Education students

• No entrance examination for all courses including MBAandMCA

• Students undergoing regular courses in colleges permitted to join another UG/PG course through Distance Education

• Annual pattern of Examination (Non-semester)

• Question Papers also in Non-semester pattern

• B. Com., BBA., M.Com., & MBA (General) offered in Tamil Medium also apart from English medium

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• 10% concession in tuition fee for women who have· not availed concession otherwise

• Excellent and individual student service

• Examinations twice a year - always on fixed dates and the results also announced on fixed dates

• Grievance redressal day on every Tuesday

• Fee in two installments could be paid through bank challan in all branches of State Bank of India or Bank of India or Karur Vysya Bank without any DD commission

• More than 200 Spot Admission cum Learning /

Information Centres all over India

• Hazel free easy admission process

• Variety of job oriented and simplified courses

• Candidates permitted to write the examination in Tamil also

• Letters with grievance through the Green Box or Green Box e-mail (greenboxbu@yahoo.co.in) attended immediately

4. COURSES OFFERED AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

Candidates seeking admission should posses the eligible qualification obtained by undergoing the courses in a regular school I polytechnic I institution I college and the certificate issued by relevant bodies constituted by state I central government I universities recognized by UGC.

UG Courses

Candidates who have completed their study under 11 +1 /10+2/10+3 (1 O+Diploma) alone are eligible for admission to any UG course in the School of Distance Education as detailed below:

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. B.Sc. Visual Communication
2. B.Sc. Costume Design and Fashion
H.Sc. passed / Polytechnic Diploma in
3. B.Sc. Computer Science the relevant field
4. B.Sc. Catering Science and Hotel
Management
5. B.Sc. Mathematics H.Sc. passed with (General)
Mathematics as one of the subjects or
Polytechnic Diploma
6. B.Sc. Physics H.Sc. passed with Physics, Mathematics
7. B.Sc. Optometrics* and Chemistry as subjects of study or
Polytechnic Diploma 3 Years
8. B.Sc. Information Technology
9. B.CA
10. B.B.M.
11. B.BA (Tamil & English Medium)
12. B.Com. (Tamil & English Medium) H. Sc. passed / Polytechnic Diploma
13. B.Com. (Computer Applications)
14. B.A. Tamil Litt.
15. B. Litt. (Tamil)
16. B.S.W.
17. B.A. English
BBA and B. Com. are offered in Tamil medium also apart from English Medium. All other UG courses are offered only in English medium .
• Offered through ICIT Computer Education, Chennai alone - TN 0110 Educate to Elevate

Lateral Entry - UG Programmes (Direct admission to Second year)

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. BCA/ B.Sc. Computer Science Three years diploma in Computer Technology /
Computer Engineering /Information Technology
2. B.Com. Three years diploma in Commercial Practice and
Modern Office Management
3. B.Sc. Costume Design and Fashion Three years diploma in Costume Design & Dress 2 Years
Making, Garment Technology / Apparel Design
and Fabrication Technology & Textile Technology
4. B.Sc. Catering Science and Three years diploma in Catering Science
Hotel Management PG Courses

Candidates who have completed their study under 11 + 1 + 3/10 + 2 + 3/10 + 3 (Diploma) + 3 are only eligible for Admission to any PG Course in SDE

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. M.Sc. Mathematics B.Sc. Mathematics / B.Sc. Mathematics (CA)
2. M.Sc. Physics B.Sc. Physics with Mathematics as one of the allied
subjects or B.Sc. Physics and Computer
Applications with Mathematics as one of the
subjects
3. M.Sc. Chemistry B.Sc. Chemistry with Physics and Maths / Zoology /
Botany as allied subjects
4. M.Sc. Environmental Science Any Bachelor Degree in Science /
Engineering/Medicine / Agriculture / Fisheries
ScienceNeterinary Science
5. M.Sc. Bio-informatics Bachelor Degree in any one of 2 Years
the following Disciplines: Life Sciences / Chemical
Sciences / Physical Sciences / Mathematics /
Statistics / Veterinary Sciences / Fishery Sciences/
Agricultural Sciences / Medical, Para-medical and
Pharmaceutical Sciences / Food and Nutrition /
Food Chemistry / Food Technology / Computer
Science / BCA/lnformation Technology / B.Tech.
Bio- Technology / Forestry Science /
Environmental Science
6. M.Sc. Computer Science B.Sc. Computer Science / Computer Technology /
Information Technology / Software Systems /
Electronics / BCA
7. M.Sc. Information Technology Educate to Elevate

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
8. M.Sc.Applied Psychology Bachelor Degree from any Recognized University
9. M.ScBotany B.Sc. Botany , Plant Biology and Plant Bio-
technology' Plant Science' Biology
10. M.ScZoology B.Sc. Zoology , Animal Science and Bio-
technology' Animal Science' Advanced Zoology &
Bio-technology' Applied Science' Life Science
11 MSW (Master of Social Work) Any UG Degree
12. M.Com(CA} B.Com. I B.Com (CA) I B.Com e-Commerce I BBM I BBM
(CA) I BBAI B.C.S I B.C.S (CA) I B.Com (CS) B.Com. CS
13. M.Com (Tamil & English Medium) with (CA) I B.Com. Co-operation I B.Com Co-operation with 2 Years
CAl Bachelor's degree in Bank Management.
14. MA English Literature Pass in BA English Literature or any graduate
course with part II English at UG level
15. M.A. Journalism and
Mass Communication
16. M.A. Gandhian Thought
Bachelor Degree from any recognized
17. MA Thanthai PeriyarThought University
18. M.A. Arignar Anna Thought
19. MA Kalaignar Karunanithi Thought
M.Com. is offered in Tamil medium also apart from English Medium. All other PG courses are offered only in English medium. Lateral Entry - PG Programmes

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. Second year MCA PG Diploma in Computer related subjects 2 Years
2. Third year MCA Master Degree in Computer related subjects
M.Sc Computer Science , M.Sc Information
Technology' M.Sc Computer Communication ,
M .Sc Software' MBA Systems 1 Year
3. Second year MBA MBA
Those who have completed MBA with any of a
specialization and wish to do some other
specialization may do so by joining II year MBA
For lateral entry programmes, exemption will be granted only for the duration of the course as specified and for the
same' similar subjects studied. Further, the candidates must enclose a copy of the Syllabus of PG Diploma' Masters
Degree as the case may be duly attested by the Head of the College 'Institution where last studied. Educate to Elevate

Professional Courses

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. Integrated MBA (5Years) A pass in Higher Secondary 11 Oth + Diploma 5 Years
2. MBA (General) (Tamil & English Medium)
3. MBA (Financial Management)
4. MBA (Hospital Management)
5. MBA (Export Management)
6. MBA (Entrepreneurship)
7. MBA (Financial Services)
8. MBA (Human Resource Management)
Any UG Degree 2 Years
9. MBA (International Business)
10. MBA (Information System Management)
11. MBA (Retail Management)
12. MBA (Tourism and Hotel Management)
13. MBA (Investment Management)
14. MBA (Marketing Management)
15. MBA (Services Management)
16. Executive MBA A Graduate in any discipline with a 1 Year
[for Executive MBA programme, separate minimum of 3 years of work experience (Course work -
Application Form and Prospectus are in a managerial I supervisor I executive Semester
available. Fordetails, please refer the in business or in private or public sector pattern
Universityweb-site] Industry I Government I Semi I Quasi +
Govern ment institution or an One Year
entrepreneur (or) 3 years of College I Project Work)
University teaching
17. MBA Industry Integrated Any Degree
Offered through Mumbai SpotAdmission cum Learning 2 Years
Centre alone
18. MCA (Master of Computer Applications) Any Degree with Mathematics at +2 level
or with at least one paper in 3 Years
Mathematics or Statistics at Degree
level
MBA (General) is offered in Tamil medium also apart from English Medium.
All other MBA courses are offered only in English medium. Educate to Elevate

PG Diploma Courses

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
1. PG Diploma in Computer Application
2. PG Diploma in International Business
Any UG Degree
3. PG Diploma in Communicative English
4. PG Diploma in Insurance Management
5. PG Diploma in Bio-Informatics Bachelor degree in anyone of the following as
one of the major subjects: Agriculture, Applied
Science, Animal Science, Bio-Chemistry,
Biology, Bio-Technology, Botany, Plant Biology 1 Year
and Plant Bio- Technology, Chemistry, Computer
Science, Computer Application {BCA},
Information Technology, Electronics,
Environmental Science, Mathematics, Micro-
biology, Pharmacy, Physics, Statistics, Veterinary
Science and Zoology
6. PG Diploma in Teaching of Tamil B.Litt. Tamil/B.A. Tamil/MA Tamil
{Pulavar} Diploma Courses

S.No. Name of the Course Eligibility Duration
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5. COURSE CONTENT

B.Sc. VISUAL COMMUNICATION
I - Year
1. Part-I Language-I
2. Part-II Language-II (English)
3. Core-1 Introduction to Communication
4. Core-2 : Writing for Media
5. Core-3 : Advertising
II - Year
6. Part-I : Language-II
7. Part-II : Language-II (English)
B. Core-4 : Communication Media
9. Core-5 : Graphic Production
10. Core-6 : Photography
11. Practical-I : Print Production
12. Practical-II : Photography
III - Year
13. Core-7 : Audiography
14. Core-B : Commercial Broadcasting
15. Core-9 : Elements of Film and Video
Production
16. Practical-III: Commercial Production
17. Practical-IV: Video Production
B.Sc. COSTUME DESIGN AND FASHION
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core 1 : Fashion Designing and Sewing
Technology
4. Core 2 : Principles of Pattern Making and
Grading
5. Practical 1 : Fundamentals and Children's
Apparel
II - Year
6. Core 3 : Fiber to Fabric
7. Core 4 : Fashion and Clothing Psychology
B. Core 5 : Organization of Garment Unit
9. Practical 2 : Women's Apparel
10. Practical 3 : Fiber To Fabric 11. Core 6 : Textile Wet Processing
12. Core 7 : Fashion and Apparel Marketing
13. Core B : Apparel Quality and Management
14. Practical 4 : Textile Wet Processing
15. Practical 5 : Computer Aided Design


II - Year
6. Core-3 : C++ Programming
7. Core-4 : System Software and Operating
System
B. Core-5 : Software Engineering
9. Core-6 : Java Programming
10. Core Lab-I : Programming Lab: C++ and Java
11. Core 7 : Computer Networks
12. Core B : RDBMS and Oracle
13. Core 9 : Visual Programming - Visual
Basic
14. Core 10 : Software Testing
15. Core Lab-II : Programming Lab: Visual Ba Educate to Elevate

B. Sc. CATERING SCIENCE & HOTEL MANAGEMENT
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core 1 : Food Production and Patisserie-I
4. Core 2 : Food and Beverage Service-I
5. Core 3 : Accommodation Operations
6. Practical - I : Food Production and Patisserie -I
7. Practical - II : Food and Beverage Service-I
8. Practical - III: Accommodation Operation
II - Year
9. Core 4 : Food Production and Patisserie-II
10. Core 5 : Food and Beverage Service -II
11. Core 6 : Food Safety & Microbiology
12. Core 7 : Computer Applications in Hotel
Industry
13. Practical-IV : Food Production and Patisserie-II
14. Practical-V : Food and Beverage Service-II
15. Practical-VI : Computer Application
III - Year
16. Core 8 : Food and Beverage Management
17. Core 9 : Hotel Law
18. Core 10 : Food Service Facilities Planning
19. Core 11 : Hotel Accounting
20. Core 12 : Human Resource Management
21. Industrial Training for a period of 90 Days and
Industrial Training Viva-voce
B.Sc. MATHEMATICS
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language Paper-I
2. Part-II : Language Paper-I (English)
3. Core-I : Classical Algebra and Calculus
4. Core-II : Trigonometry, Vector Calculus
and Analytical Geometry
5. Allied-I : Statistics for Mathematics Educate to Elevate

II - Year
6. Part-I : Language-II
7. Part-II : Language-II (English)
8. Core-III : Different Equation and Laplace
Transforms
9. Core-IV : Mechanics
10. Allied-II : Accountancy
III - Year
11. Core-V : Real Analysis
12. Core-VI : Complex Analysis
13. Core-VII : Modern Algebra
*Gr.C. Application Oriented Subject - I
*Gr.C Application Oriented Subject - II
* 1) Astronomy 2) Numerical Methods
3) Discrete Mathematics 4) Graph Theory
B. Sc. PHYSICS
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language - I
2. Part-II : Language - I (English)
3. General Physics I: Heat, Thermodynamics
Mechanics, Properties of Matter & Sound
4. General Physics II : Optics, Electricity and
Magnetism
5. Allied A : Mathematics
II - Year
6. Part-I : Language-II
7. Part-II : Language-II (English)
8. Core-3 : Mathematical Physics
9. Allied B : Chemistry
10. Core practlcal-l
11. Core practlcal-ll
III - Year
12. Core - 4 : Atomic Physics and Nuclear
Physics
13. Core - 5 : Quantum Mechanics and Relativity
14. Core - 6 : Solid State Physics
15. Core-7 : Applied Electronics
16. Core Practical -III
17. Core practical-IV B.Sc. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core 1 : Digital Fundamentals and
Architecture
4. Core 2 : Data Structures & C Programming
5. Allied 1 : Mathematical Foundation for
Computer Science
II - Year
6. Core-3 : OOPS with C++
7. Core-4 : System Software and Operating
System
B. Core-5 : Software Engineering
9. Core-6 : Internet and Java Programming
10. Practical- I : C++ and JAVA
III - Year
11. Core-7 : Principles of Data Communication
and Networks
12. Core-B : Relational Database Management
System and Oracle
13. Core-9 : Visual Programming
14. Core-10 : Web Technology
15. Practical-II : Visual Basic and Oracle
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (BCA)
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core-1 : Cobol Programming
4. Core-2 : Digital Fundamentals and
Architecture
5. Allied-1 : Computer Oriented Numerical
and Statistical Methods
II - Year
6. Core-3 : Programming with C and C++
7. Core-4 : Data Structures and Algorithms
B. Core-5 : Software Engineering
9. Core-6 : Operating Systems
10. Practical-I : Programming in C and C++ III - Year
11. Core-7 : Computer Networks
12. Core-B : Java Programming
13. Core-9 : Database Concepts and Visual
Programming
14. Core-10 : E-Commerce
15. Practical-II : Programming Lab in Java and
Visual Basic
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BBM)
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core 1 : Management Process
4. Core 2 : Accounting for Managers
5. Allied : Mathematics for Management
II - Year
6. Core 3 : Industrial Psychology
7. Core 4 : Financial Management
B. Core 5 : Production & Materials Management
9. Core 6 : Marketing Management
10. Core 7 : Human Resource Management
III - Year
11. Core B : Business Communication
12. Core 9 : Management Information System
13. Core 10 : Business Law
14. Core 11 : Insurance Principles and Practice
15. Allied : Promotion Management
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Core 1 : Management Process
4. Core 2 : Accounting for Managers
5. Core 3 : Mathematics for Management
II - Year
6. Core 4 : Office Management
7. Core 5 : Business Communication
B. Core 6 : Business Environment
9. Core 7 : Financial Accounting
10. Core B : Taxation Educate to Elevate

III - Year
11. Core 9 : Entrepreneurship
12. Core 10 : Organizational Behaviour
13. Core 11 : Cost & Management Accounting
14. Core 12 : Business Law
15. Core 13 : Human Resource Management
B.Com.
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Principles of Accountancy
4. Business Organization & Office Management
5. Business Economics
II - Year
6. Financial Accounting
7. Principles of Marketing
8. Business Statistics
9. Commercial Law and Company Law
10. Cost and Management Accounting
III - Year
11. Corporate Accounting
12. Principles of Management
13. Business Communication
14. Auditing
15. Banking Law and Practice
B.Com. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
I - Year
1. Part-I : Language-I
2. Part-II : Language-I (English)
3. Principles of Accountancy
4. Introduction to Information Technology
5. Practical - I : Computer Application
II - Year
6. Financial Accounting
7. Marketing Management
8. Data Base Management System
9. C++
10. Practical - II : Computer Application Educate to Elevate

III - Year
11. Cost and Management Accounting
12. Business Management
13. Business Statistics
14. Software Development and Visual Basic
15. Practical - III Computer Application
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B.A. English
I -Year
1. Language Paper I
2. English Paper I
3. Core Paper I - Prose
4. Core Paper II - Fiction
5. Allied Paper I - Social History of England
II - Year
6. Language Paper II
7. English Paper II
S. Core Paper III - Poetry
9. Core Paper IV - Drama
10. Allied Paper - II - History of English Literature
and Literary Form
III - Year
11. Core Paper V - Shakespeare
12. Core Paper VI - American Litrature
13. Core Paper VII - Indian Writing in English
14. AOS Paper - I English for Mass Communication
15. AOS Paper - II Translation Studies o All the courses offered by the School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University are approved by Distance Education Council (DEC), New Delhi.

o The candidates who complete Under Graduate / Post Graduate degree courses offered by the SDE, Bharathiar University are eligible for appointment in Government services.

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M.Sc. MATHEMATICS
I - Year
1. Algebra
2. Real Analysis
3. Differential Equations
4. Numerical Methods
5. Complex Analysis
II -Year
6. Mechanics
7. Operations Research
8. Topology
9. Computer Programming (C++ Theory)
10. Functional Analysis
M.Sc. PHYSICS
I - Year
1. Classical Mechanics & Mathematical Physics
2. Quantum Mechanics
3. Electromagnetic Theory & Optical Physics
4. Nuclear Physics & Spectroscopy
5. Practical - I : General Physics
6. Practical - II : Electronics
II - Year
7. Advanced Electronics
8. Condensed Matter Physics
9. Electrodynamics and Plasma Physics
10. Computational Methods & Programming
11. Practical - III : Advanced Physics
12. Practical - IV : Advanced Electronics
M.Sc. CHEMISTRY
I - Year
1. Organic Chemistry - I
2. Inorganic Chemistry - I
3. Physical Chemistry - I
4. Organic Chemistry - I (Lab)
5. Inorganic Chemistry - I (Lab)
6. Physical Chemistry - I (Lab) Educate to Elevate

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7. Organic Chemistry - II
8. Inorganic Chemistry - II
9. Physical Chemistry - II
10. Organic Chemistry - II (Lab)
11. Inorganic Chemistry - II (Lab)
12. Physical Chemistry - II (Lab)
M.Sc. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
I - Year
1. Water Pollution and Management
2. Air Pollution and Management
3. Soil Pollution and Solid Waste Management
4. Instrumentation Methods of Analysis
5. Practical - I : Air, Water and Soil Analysis
II - Year
6. Management of Energy Resources
7. Natural Resources and Conservation
8. Environmental Engineering
9. Environmental Impact Assessment
10. Practical - II : Waste Water Treatment
M.Sc. BIO-INFORMATICS
I - Year
1. Fundamentals of Biological Systems
2. Computational Methods for Sequence Analysis
3. Programming in C and PERL
4. Molecular Interactions
5. Practical - I : C and PERL Programming
6. Practical - II : Data Banks & Sequence
Analysis
II - Year
7. Genomics and Proteomics
8. Systems Biology
9. Programming in VB with RDBMS
10. Molecular Modeling and Computer Aided Drug
Design
11. Practical - III: Programming in VB with
RDBMS
12. Practical - IV : Computer Aided Drug design M.Sc. COMPUTER SCIENCE
I - Year
1. Advanced Computer Architecture
2. Computer Graphics and Multimedia
3. Software Engineering
4. Computer Networks
5. Computer Graphics and Multimedia Lab
II - Year
6. Advanced Operating System
7. Internet Programming and Web Design
B. Data Mining and Warehousing
9. Internet Programming and Web Design Lab
10. Project Work and Viva Voce
M.Sc. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
I - Year
1. Object Oriented Analysis and Design
2. Advanced Java Programming
3. Distributed Computing
4. Multimedia Systems
5. Advanced Java Lab
II - Year
6. Programming in C# and .NET Framework
7. Component Based systems
B. Web Services
9. C# and .Net Programming Lab
10. Project Work and Viva Voce
M.Sc. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
I - Year
1. Advanced General Psychology
2. Life Span Psychology
3. Advanced Social Psychology
4. Organizational Behaviour
5. Practical: Experimental Psychology
II - Year
6. Psychopathology and Mental Hygiene
7. Research Methodology
B. Health Psychology
9. Human Resource Management
10. Project Work I Theory Paper Counselling
Psychology M.Sc. Botany
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M.Sc. Zoology
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MSW
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M.Com. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
I - Year
1. Managerial Economics
2. Cost and Management Accounting
3. Database Management System
4. Object Oriented Programming With C++
5. Practical - I : Computer Applications
(MS Office, C++ & Tally)
II - Year
6. Marketing Management
7. Financial and Investment Management
B. E-Commerce
9. Visual Basic
10. Practical - II : Computer Applications
(VB and E-commerce)
M.Com.
I - Year
1. Corporate Accounting
2. Marketing Management
3. Information Technology in Business
4. Cost and Management Accounting
5. Human Resource Management
II - Year
6. Internet and E-commerce
7. Financial and Investment Management
B. Business Environment
9. Direct Taxes
10. International Business Educate to Elevate

M.A. ENGLISH LITERATURE
I - Year
1. British Literature - I (Chaucer to Dryden)
2. British Literature - II (Romantic Age to Modern
Period)
3. American Literature
4. The English Language
5. Indian Writing in English
II - Year
6. Shakespear
7. Common wealth Literature
8. African/African American English Studies
9. Literary Theory
10. Methods of Teaching English
M.A. GANDHIAN THOUGHT
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M.A. THANTHAI PERIYAR THOUGHT
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Integrated M.B.A. (5 year)
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M.A. JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
I - Year
1. Introduction to Communication
2. Reporting
3. Editing
4. Media History, Laws and Ethics
5. Broadcast Journalism
II - Year
6. Theories of Communication
7. Development Communication
8. Marketing Communication
9. Print Production Technologies
10. Film Studies and Photography
M.A. ARIGNAR ANNA THOUGHT
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M.A. KALAIGNAR KARUNANITHI THOUGHT
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M.B.A. INDUSTRY INTEGRATED
(Mumbai Centre only) o The study materials issued by the School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University have been prepared in Self Instructional Manual pattern as recommended by the Distance Education Council.

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MBA - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

I - Year (Common to all Specializations)

1. Principles of Management and Organizational

Behaviour

2. Managerial Economics

3. Accounting and Finance for Managers

4. Marketing Management

5. Human Resource Management

6. Quantitative Techniques for Management

7. Research Methods for Management

II - Year (MBA GENERAL)

8. Productions and Operations Management

9. Executive Communication

10. Brand Management

11. Business Environment and Ethics

12. Management Information Systems

13. Strategic Management

14. International Business

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT)

8. Indian Capital Market and Financial System

9. Management of Financial Service

10. Capital Budgeting and Financial Decisions

11. Working Capital Management

12. Risk Management and Insurance

13. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

14. International Financial Management

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT)

8. Hospital Architecture, Planning and Design

9. Materials Management

10. Hospital Operations - I (Patient Care)

11. Hospital Operations - II (Supportive Services)

12. Bio-Sciences and Epidemiology

13. Hospital Information System

14. Health Laws and Policies

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (EXPORT MANAGEMENT)

8. International Business Environment

9. Export Trade & Documentation

10. Export Finance Procedure

11. FOREX Management

12. International Project Management

13. Logistics Management

14. International Marketing

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year ( ENTERPRENERSHIP)

8. Entrepreneurial Finance

9. Entrepreneurship Development

10. Project Management

11. Information Technology and E-Commerce

12. Technology Innovation and Sustainable

Enterprise

13. Business Plan and Ethics

14. Managing Diversity

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (FINANCIAL SERVICES)

8. Marketing and Financial Services

9. Mutual Funds and Merchants Banking

10. Legal aspects of Financial Services

11. Merger and Acquisitions

12. Financial intermediaries, Financial Institutions

and regulators

13. Risk Management and Insurance

14. Treasury Management

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT)

8. Personnel Management Concepts

9. Methodology of Training and Development

10. Human Resource Development & Planning

11. Industrial Relations Management

12. Compensation Management

13. Performance Management: Systems and Strategies

14. Organizational Development and Change

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

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II - Year (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS)

8. International Human Resource Management

9. International Business Environment

10. International Marketing Management

11. I nternational Financial Management and

Accounting

12. International Business Law

13. International Banking

14. Global Business Ethics

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II-Year (INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT)

8. Software Project Management

9. Database Management Systems

10. E-Commerce

11. Enterprise Resource Planning

12. Data Mining and Data Warehousing

13. Knowledge Management and Information Systems

14. Information Security Systems, Control and Audit

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (RETAIL MANAGEMENT)

8. Buyer Behaviour

9. Retail Operations Management

10. International Retailing

11. Retail Planning

12. Logistics and Sales Promotion

13. Retail Sales Techniques and Promotion

14. Direct & Network Marketing

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II Year (TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT)

8. Hospitality Management

9. Tourism Planning and Marketing

10. Service Marketing

11. International Hospitality Law

12. International Tourism Management

13. Tourism Business Environments

14. Tourism Products

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

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II - Year (INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT)

8. Derivatives Management and Commodities

Markets

9. Indian Capital Market and Financial System

10. International Financial Markets

11. Risk Management and Insurance

12. Mutual Funds in India

13. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

14. Project Finance and Management

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (MARKETING MANAGEMENT)

8. Consumer Behaviour

9. Industrial & Services Marketing

10. New Product Development

11. Marketing Research

12. Advertising and Sales Promotion

13. Logistics and Sales Management

14. International Marketing

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

II - Year (SERVICE MANAGEMENT)

8. Service Marketing

9. Customer Relationship Management

10. Health Care Services Management

11. Hospitality Services Management

12. Public Services Management

13. Financial Services Management

14. Total Quality Service Management

15. Project Work & Viva Voce

The Syllabi and Model Question Papers for the courses offered by the School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University are available in the University website: www.b-u.ac.in

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA)
I-Year
1. Computer Organization and Architecture
2. Problem solving in C and Data Structures
3. Relational Database Management System
4. Analysis & Design of Information Systems
5. Operating System
6. Practical I - Problem Solving in C & Data
Structure Lab
7. Practical II - RDBMS Lab
II - Year
8. OOPS using C++ & Java Programming
9. Computer Networks
10. Software Engineering
11. Visual Programming
12. Elective-I
13. Practical - III : C++ & Java Programming Lab
14. Practical-IV: Visual Programming Lab
Elective: 1) E-Commerce 2) Client / Server
Technology 3) Multimedia & its applications
III - Year
15. Software Testing
16. Data Mining and Warehousing
17. Elective - II
18. Practical - V: Software Testing Lab
19. Project Work and Viva Voce
Elective: 1) Software Project Management
2) WAP and XML 3) Digital Image Processing
PG DIPLOMA COURSES
PG DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
1. Digital Computer Fundamentals and Computer
Architectu re
2. Data Structures using 'C'
3. Operating Systems
4. Software Engineering
5. Practical : Data Structures & Operating
System Lab
PG DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
1. Fundamentals of International Trade
2. Export and Import Procedure
3. Financing of Foreign Trade
4. Logistics Management
5. Foreign Exchange Management PG DIPLOMA IN COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH
1. Communicative English - I
2. Communicative English - II
3. Communicative English -III
4. Communicative English - IV
PG DIPLOMA IN INSURANCE MANAGEMENT
1. Principles of Life and Health Insurance
2. Principles of General Insurance
3. Insurance Laws
4. Actuarial Concepts and Principles
5. Insurance Administration
PG DIPLOPMA IN BIOINFORMATICS
1. Fundamentals of Biological Systems
2. Computational Methods for Sequence Analysis
3. Programming for Bio-informatics
4. Genomics and Proteomics
5. Practical: Biological Data Banks and Sequence
Analysis
PG DIPLOPMA IN TEACHING OF TAMIL (PULAVAR)
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DIPLOMA COURSES
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
1. Principles of Accountancy
2. Introduction to Tally
3. Financial Tally
4. Ex. Next Generation
DIPLOMA IN CATERING SCIENCE
AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT
1. Food Production and Patisserie
2. Food and Beverage Service
3. Accommodation Operations
4. Practical:
Food Production and Patisserie
Food and Beverage Service
Accommodation Operations
The University reseNes the right to withdraw any of the above
mentioned courses, due to insufficient enrollment and / or for any
other administrative considerations. For Calendar Year batch only a
select number of courses will be offered. Please refer the university
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6. COURSE FEE PRESCRIBED: YEAR-WISE

A candidate who desires admission through Spot Admission cum Learning Centre I Information cum SpotAdmission Centre has to pay 20% of the Tuition Fee to the Spot Admission Centre through a separate DD drawn in favour of the Centre concerned. The remaining 80% of the Tuition Fee along with other fees such as admission fee, matricular fee, study material cost, postal and handling charges, etc. in the form of DD I Bank Challan favouring the Director School of Distance Education have to be paid to the university. This ratio of payment shall also be followed for subsequent payments of tuition fee during second year and third years. This ratio of 80% : 20% applicable for payments in installments. The DD I Challan shall be submitted to the respective centre along with filled in application format.

• Course fee includes Tuition fee and other fees such as Admission, Administration, Library, Registration, Recognition, Matricula, Postal & Stationery and Verification.

• Full fee is the Tuition fee + other fees

• First Installmentfee is 50% of the Tuition fee + otherfees in full + Installmentfee ofRs. 2001-

• The Second Installment is 50% of Tuition fee alone.

• Fee should be paid within the due date, else admission will be cancelled. To pursue the course further, a readmission fee of Rs.525/- has to be paid.

Fee Concessions:

1. 25% fee concession to all teachers, defence and police personnel, press and media persons, graduates of Bharathiar University and Ex-service men

2. 100% fee exemption for Disabled (above 60%) as per G.O.

3. 10% fee concession for women who have not availed any of the above concessions.

Lateral Entry Fee

UGCourses

II Year of B. Sc. (IT) lB. Sc. (Comp. Sc.) I BCAI B. Sc. Costume Design & Fashion I B. Sc. Catering Sc. & Hotel Management - Rs.1,0001-

PG Courses : IIYearofMCA-Rs.2,0001- IIIYearofMCA-Rs.5,0001-

II year MBA- Rs. 2,0001-

The lateral entry fee should be paid to the university along with the course fee prescribed for the first year irrespective of the year in which the students are admitted. For the subsequent yearls, the fee prescribed for the respective year is admissible.

Postal and Handling Charges

Students from states other than Tamilnadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and the Union Territory of Puducherry have to pay to the university an additional amount of Rs. 5001- towards Postal and Handling charges.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

7. ADMISSION PROCEDURE

7.1 Procedure for obtaining application form and prospectus

The application form and prospectus can be obtained in person from:

• The School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore - 641 046

• The City Centre of the School of Distance Education, Coimbatore - 641018

• The Spot Admission cum Learning Centres I Information cum Spot Admission Centres of the school by submitting a written requisition along with a crossed Demand Draft for Rs.1 OOI-drawn in favour of the Director, School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore- 46, payable at Coimbatore or Bank of India I State Bankoflndial KarurVysya Bank Challan.

The application form can also be obtained by post enclosing a Bank Challan or Demand Draft for Rs. 150 and a self addressed envelope of size 30 X 24 cm and sent to the Director, SDE, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

Applications can also be downloaded from the University Website: www.b-u.ac.in

7.2 Admission Process - Registration cum

Provisional Admission

Submit dully filled in application forms with all enclosures or send the same by post to The Director, School of Distance Education (SDE), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore - 641 046 (or) the City Centre of the School of Distance Education (or) the Coordinator of any Spot Admission cum Learning Centres I Information cum SpotAdmission Centres.

7.3 Registration Fee

Applicants should remit the following registration fee at the time of submission of application:-

.:. For Professional Courses - Rs. 2001- (MBA, MCA, M.Sc. (IT), M.Sc. Computer Science and M.Sc. Bio-Informatics)

.:. For all other Courses - Rs.1 001-

~ The Registration Fee paid is not refundable or adjustable under any circumstances.

~ Applications received without the Registration Fee will be rejected.

7.4 Enclosures to be attached with the Application

1. A demand draft for the registration fee prescribed drawn in favour of the Director, School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University payable at Coimbatore or Bank Challan. If the application form is downloaded from the University Website, enclose a Bank Challan or Demand Draft for the prescribed registration fee and the cost of application form.

2. Attested photocopies of the Statement of Marks, Transfer Certificate and other relevant certificates pertaining to the qualifying examination

3. A recent passport size (4.5 cm x 3.5 cm) photograph pasted on the first page of the application form.

4. Self addressed stamped acknowledgment card

5. Equivalent certificate obtained from the Association of Indian Universities, if the candidate has graduated from a foreign university

Eligible candidates will be provisionally admitted. On receipt of the communication informing the provisional admission, the applicant must send all the required certificates in original and the course fee less registration fee either in full or its first installment. After checking the original certificates, the enrollment letter confirming the admission will be sent.

All the original certificates will be returned immediately after scrutiny except the +2 certificates which will be sent after due verification by the appropriate Government authorities. If certificates are not received within a month, candidates can represent the matter directly to the Grievance Celli Deanl Director of the School.

Students admitted at the Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres, can alternatively submit the original certificates through the centres, which will be returned after due verification by the university authorities.

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7.5 SpotAdmission

Spot admission is done for all courses in all Spot Admission cum Learning Centres I Information cum Spot Admission Centres and in the office of the School of Distance Education at University campus I city centre oftheSDE.

For spot admission submit duly filled in application form with all relevant certificates in original, their photocopies, Bank Challan or Demand Draft for the course fee in full or its first installment at anyone of the spot admission centres and get admitted. The original certificates will be handed over I sent to the candidates immediately along with the provisional admission intimation and the identity card duly signed by the Director of the School of Distance Education.

7.6 Re-admission

If the student had earlier been a student of the first or second year of the programme in a college affiliated to Bharathiar University or other recognized institution or School of Distance Education or Directorate or Institute of Correspondence Courses of a recognized university and had discontinued for whatever reason, he/she is eligible for re-admission into the second I third year respectively, on payment of a re-admission fee of Rs.525/-.

Re-admission is possible only into the courses which are currently offered by the School of Distance Education. The syllabus in vogue will be applicable to the re-admitted students and exemption will be granted forthe equivalent subjects already passed.

7.7 Direct Admission to Second or Third year of

Study

If a candidate had already studied first year or second year in a fulltime programme in a college affiliated to Bharathiar University or a recognized University, he/she is eligible for admission directly into the second or third year of the corresponding programme of the School of Distance Education on payment of direct admission fee of Rs. 525/-.

Direct admission will be made only to the courses which are currently offered by the School of Distance Education.

7.8 ConcurrentAdmission

Students undergoing regular courses in colleges can seek admission, if eligible, to UG I PG I Diploma I PG Diploma programmes offered by the School of Distance Education concurrently. Such applicants are required to

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submit bonafide student certificate along with the application. Subjects common for the two programmes, if any, will be considered for granting exemption as per rules.

7.9 Exemption of Subjects

Students who have already passed subjects prescribed for the same course at some other institution prior to admission in the School of Distance Education shall be considered for granting exemption from appearing for examinations in those subjects. An application to this effect shall be made with copies of syllabi of relevant subjects for which exemption is sought (in duplicate), duly attested by the Head of the Institution in which the student had pursed the course and successfully completed the subjects, along with the Statement of Marks issued by the competent authority. A sum of Rs.525/- shall be paid as fee for considering such exemption of subjects. The requisition should be addressed to the Director, School of Distance Education. However, the decision of the University shall be final with regard to granting of exemption of subjects.

7.10 Round the year admissions

Application form and Prospectus are issued and filled in applications are accepted round the year. Admissions are made as given below based on the date of receipt of filled in application forms.

1. Academic Year Batch : Applications received between t" March and 31st August will be admitted intheAcademicyearbatch.

2. Calendar Year Batch : Applications received between 1st September and 28th February will be admitted in the Calendar year batch.

8. PAYMENT OF FEE

All payments to the School of Distance Education should be made only by means of a crossed MICR Demand Draft, or Bank of India I State Bank of India I Karur Vaysa Bank challans accompanied by the appropriately filled in fee remittance form. The fee remittance form may be duplicated forfurther use.

The enrollment number and the name of the student should be written on the reverse side of the Demand Draft or Challan to ensure proper accounting in his/her name. Fee once paid will not be refunded or adjusted under any circumstances. If the fee is paid after the due date, a penal fee of Rs.1 00/- has to be paid along with the course fee.

9. IMPORTANT DATES

Particulars Academic Calendar
Year Batch Year Batch
The commencement of issue of Application Forms and Prospectus 1st March 1 st September
The last date for submission of filled in Application Forms along 31 st August 28th February
with full fee 1 first installment fee
The last date for payment of II installment fee 31st January 30th June
Dispatch of Self Learning Materials December May
PCP Programmes Theory Dec. - Feb. June -Aug.
Practical March September
The last date for submission of Examination Application form without fine 10th April 10th September
The last date for submission of Examination Application form with fine 25th April 25th September
The date of commencement of Examination 10th May 10th December
The date of publication of Exam Results August March The dates given above are tentative and subject to change depending on the convenience of the University. For further details, visit the university web site: www.b-u.ac.in

10. ENROLMENT NUMBER

Enrolment Number will be assigned to the students on admission. The Enrolment number will be intimated through the admission letter. This number will be valid for the entire duration of the course of study. Students should indicate their Enrolment Number in all communications addressed to the School of Distance Education for prompt response.

11. IDENTITY CARD

An identity card will be issued on admission. This is valid for the entire duration of the course. The students will be permitted to attend the Personal Contact Programmes only on production of their ID cards so also for the issue of study materials.

Hall Ticket for the University Examination will be issued by the Chief Superintendents only on production of this ID card.

Students are advised to keep their ID card safely, as they provide proof of their bonafide student status. In case of loss of the ID card, a duplicate ID card will be issued on a written request accompanied by a fee of RS.501-. However, students who have completed the duration of the course will be issued only bonafide certificates for the purpose of appearing for the supplementary examination.

12. CHANGE OF NAME, ADDRESS, STUDY CENTRE, COURSE AND SPECIALIZATION

If a student has changed his/her name officially during the course of study, the name change has to be effected in the official records of the SDE also. Application to this effect should be made to the Director, School of Distance Education in the prescribed format along with the fee of Rs. 325/-.

In case of change of address, a letter in the given format with the current address and a fee of RS.501- should be sent to the School of Distance Education. The acknowledgement received from the SDE in this regard should be kept along with the ID card. A minimum offour weeks time is required for getting the name 1 address changed.Students opting for a change of Study Centre, should make an application in the prescribed format along with a fee of Rs.1 001-. Change of study centre will be given effect only at the beginning of the Academic 1 Calendar Year session as the case may be.

Change of Course 1 Specialization is permitted within one month of admission to the course on specific request and payment of the fee of Rs. 500/-.

13. SYLLABUS AND SUPPORTIVE STUDY MATERIAL

The relevant syllabus copy will be issued at the

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beginning of the programme. Study material prepared will be supplied at the allotted PCP centres or Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres, where they were admitted on production of the ID card. Students admitted directly at the School Of Distance Education and its City Centre can get the study materials in person at the PCP centres during the period of contact classes or at SDE or by post. Study materials, on any account will not be issued to any person (even parents, brothers, sisters or friends) other than the student.

Though Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, Urudu, Arabi and French are offered as language under Part I of the under-graduate Degree programmes, the School will supply study-material for Tamil subject only. The students should make their own arrangements to procure the prescribed reference I text books for other languages.

14. PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME

Personal Contact Programme will be conducted at specified centres. The dates and venue for the PCP will be communicated to the students, who have been admitted directly at the School of Distance Education, individually upon confirmation of their admission. The Spot Admission cum Learning I Information Centres, will intimate the same to the students admitted by them. 50% of attendance for practical classes is compulsory. The percentage of attendance for theory will be intimated upon admission. The School of Distance Education reserves the right to conduct or not to conduct the Personal Contact Programmes in a subject I subjects for valid reasons.

Students of Non Lab and Non Professional Courses are exempted from attending PCP on valid reason and on submission of an undertaking towards that in the format prescribed therefor. Students of MBA Programme has been provided with the option of selecting Online Contact Programme in lieu of Personal Contact Programme.

15. EXAMINATIONS

University examinations are conducted twice a year in May I June and December I January at specified examination centers.

Computer generated examination application forms and

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examination schedule will be sent directly to eligible students from the office of the Controller of Examinations, Bharathiar University. After furnishing the required information as per the instruction and affixing the signature in the places earmarked on the application and the hall ticket, the filled in application forms should be sent directly to the Controller of Examinations on or before the stipulated date.

The student appearing for the examination for the first time should register his/her name for all the subjects by remitting the prescribed fee. Candidates can appear for the arrear subjects by registering for the same as per the instruction given in the computer generated application forms and payment of the fee there for. The examination fee should be paid in the form of Bank Challan or Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Director, School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University, payable at Coimbatore.

Centres of University examinations will be intimated to the students by the Controller of Examinations and the students should specify their opted center of examination in the space provided in the computer generated application form.

Students will not be permitted to change their examination centres once the examination applications are submitted. Students shall collect their hall tickets for the examination from the Chief Superintendent of the examination centre opted, on production oftheir identity cards during the three working days prior to the commencement ofthe examinations.

16. BLIND STUDENTS - PROVISION TO ENGAGE SCRIBES

Blind students shall write their examinations through the help of scribes. Such students are instructed to request the Chief Superintendent concerned of the University examinations well in advance for the appointment of scribes as perthe University rules.

17. PROJECT WORK

Each student should carry out a project during the final year of the programme, wherever prescribed, for which a viva-voce examination will be held separately. The specific directions regarding the project work will be issued at appropriate time.

18. RESULTS

The results of the candidates will be hosted in the following websites:

www.b-u.ac.in & www.coimbatore.com

Passing Minimum and Classification of Successful Candidates for UG / PG / PG Diploma and Diploma Courses and as detailed below:

UG / Diploma: Candidates who have secured 40 percent of marks in each paper shall be declared to have passed the examination. Candidates who have obtained not less than 60 percent of marks shall be placed in First Class and those who have obtained marks between 50 percent and above but less than 60 percent shall be placed in Second Class and the rest of the successful candidates shall be placed in Third Class. The failed candidates shall appear for the paper/ papers in which they have failed in the subsequent examinations.

PG / PG Diploma: Candidates who have secured 50 percent of marks in each paper shall be declared to have passed the examination. Candidates who have obtained not less than 60 percent of marks shall be placed in First Class and those who have obtained marks between 50 percent and above but less than 60 percent shall be placed in Second Class. The failed candidates shall appear for the paper/papers in which they have failed in subsequent examinations.

19. IMPROVEMENT EXAMINATION

Students can apply and appear for improvement for one or more theory papers within one year after the completion of the course and such improvement is restricted at one time only. The fee for improvement is Rs.500/- per paper in addition to the regular examination fee.

20. RE-TOTALING I REVALUATION

Provision for re-totaling and revaluation is available for all courses. The application for re-totaling or revaluation must be made within 15 days from the receipt of the Statement of Marks. Application forms for revaluation and re-totaling can be downloaded from the University Website. The fee prescribed for re-totaling per paper is Rs.200/- and for revaluation is Rs.300/-. The filled in application forms for re-totaling and revaluation should

be sent only to the Controller of Examinations along with the fee in the form of Bank Challan or Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Director, School of Distance Education payable at Coimbatore.

21. COURSE CERTIFICATE

The ID card is the proof of bonafide student status. A course certificate will be issued by the School of Distance Education to the students on specific request.

22. PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

On successful completion of the course & payment of the fee prescribed, the provisional certificate will be sent along with the final Statement of Marks directly to the students by the Controller of Examinations.

23. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF MARKS

Students who have obtained the provisional certificate and completed the entire course of study in this University may obtain the Consolidated Statements of Marks by applying directly to the Controller of Examinations, in the prescribed form along with the requisite fee.

24. DEGREE CERTIFICATE

Degree certificate of successful students can be obtained directly from the Controller of Examinations, by applying in the prescribed form along with the requisite fee when convocation notification is issued.

25. MIGRATION CERTIFICATE

Some Universities while admitting students insist on the production of Migration Certificates. Migration certificate can be obtained by applying in the prescribed form, with the requisite fee, to the Controller of Examinations, Bharathiar University.

26. DUPLICATE CERTIFICATE

Duplicate copies of the Statements of Marks, consolidated Statement of Marks, Provisional Certificate, Degree Certificate, Migration Certificate, etc. may also be obtained by applying to the Controller of Examinations along with requisite fee.

27. RECTIFICATION OF MISTAKES IN THE CERTIFICATE

In case, any certificate issued either by the Director,

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SDE or the Controller of Examinations has incorrect information or spelling mistakes, the original certificate should be returned along with the request for rectification to the officer concerned within 10 days of receipt of the certificate concerned. Belated request for rectification may entail payment of penalty fee.

28. SCHOLARSHIP FOR SCI ST STUDENTS

SC I ST students admitted to various programmes can avail themselves of the scholarship made available by their respective State Governments. However, the students are instructed to remit the full fees, at the time of admission and it will be refunded as and when the scholarship is granted by the concerned authorities. Application forms for Scholarship in Tamil Nadu can be obtained from the District Adi-Dravida Welfare Officer. Completed application forms should be submitted to the Director, School of Distance Education within a month from the date of admission.

29. DISCIPLINE

Students are expected to behave well and maintain discipline during the Personal Contact Programmes and practical sessions at the respective centers. Any complaint about indiscipline will be viewed seriously and such students will be removed from the rolls of SDE.

30. DISPUTES

With regard to any dispute arising in all matters ranging from admission to conduct of examinations, a written representation with relevant documents, if any, shall be submitted to the authority concerned for action.

31. LEGAL JURISDICTION

All disputes that may arise in or from the affairs and administration of the SDE shall lie within the legal jurisdiction of the city of Coimbatore only.

The School of Distance Education is an integral part of the University since it has been established by the Syndicate of the University. Hence, the School shall come within the purview of the statute 3 of chapter III of the Statutes of Bharathiar University which states, "In all suits and other legal proceedings by or against the University, the pleadings shall be signed and verified by the Registrar and all such suits and proceedings shall be issued to and served on the Registrar". Therefore, in all suits and others legal proceedings against the School of Distance Education, all processes in such suits and proceedings shall be issued to and served on the Registrar of Bharathiar University only.

32. TELEPHONE AND EXTENSION NUMBERS FOR CONTACT

SI.No Section to Contact Telephone/Intercom Numbers
1. Enquiry 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 216 2428216
2. Academic Section 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 206 2428206
212 2428212
3. For all information concerned with SDE Examinations 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 189 2428189
190 2428190
191 2428191
4. Public Relations Officer 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 123 2428123
5. For all information concerned with SDE 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 216 2428216
6. Book Sections 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 215 2428215
7. For calls from Students (Dedicated Line) 0422 - 2427752
8. For calls from Centre Co-ordinators (Dedicated Line) 0422 - 2427742 Educate to Elevate

SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION

Address

Postal: The Director, School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore - 641046.

E-Mail: sde@b-u.ac.in Website: www.b-u.ac.in

Ph: 091-422-2427742/2428216; Fax: 091-422-2423330

Working Hours: 9.45 a.m. - 05.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday)

The Enquiry Section of SDE works on Saturdays also between 9.45 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

CITY CENTRE AND SPOT ADMISSION CENTER

Phone: 0422 2221766

For the convenience of the students, the City Center of

School of Distance Education, Bharathiar University is functioning at

CSI Bishop Appaswamy College of Arts and Science

Race Course, Coimbatore - 641 018.

(yery much near to the Central Bus Stand and Railway Station)

Students can buy application forms, get the spot admission and can get all information

Working Hours: 08.00 a.m. - 08.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday)

Grievance Rederssal : greenboxbu@yahoo.co.in

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U; ..- C\i c.; SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY: COIMBATORE - 641 046

Phone: 0422-2425222 (5 lines) 0422-2428201, 202, 203, 204, 206; Email: sde@b-u.ac.in; www.b-u.ac.in

UNDERTAKING #

[Proforma to declare Non-willingness to Attend Personal Contact Programme meant for Non-Lab & Non-Professional courses only]

1. Name of the Centre

2. Code No.

3. Name of the Student

4. Enrolment No

5. Name of the Course & Subject

6. Admission Session

: Academic Year 2007-08 I 2008-09 I 2009-10 I Calendar 2007 I 2008 I 2009

7. Are you not willing to attend the PCP to be conducted by the Centre I University?

Not Willing to Attend

8. Reasons for not attending the PCP :

D (Make a tick mark in the box, if not willing)

a.

b.

Date :

Place:

Signature of the Student

Signature of the Coordinator (with seal)

For Office use (SDE, BU)

Request for exemption from attending PCP (Theory part only) is accepted I rejected as requested by the student:

A50

50

AR

DR (Aca)

[Note: If a student requests for exemption from attending the PCP (Theory), he I she agrees to prepare his own self learning inputs and not to hold responsibility on the University I Spot Admission Centre in the future. Further, the exemption will be applicable only to Theory Part of PCP. The filled in form may be sent to the Director, SDE, Bharathiar University by Post! Courier.

# This format may be duplicated and used.

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF SPOT ADMISSION CUM LEARNING CENTRE

Name of student

Course

Enrollment No.

Subject

Centre Name, Code No. and Address of the Current Centre Centre Name, Code No. and Address of Proposed Centre

Reasons for Change of Centre:

Do you want to change your address also? Yes I No

If yes, please give your new address:

Pin:

Have you paid the prescribed fee for Change of Centre? Yes 1 No; For Change of Address? Yes 1 No (Fee for Change of Centre (Rs.1 001-) & Fee for Change of Address (Rs.501-), if needed, may be paid together)

If yes details of DD I Challan enclosed:

Name of the Bank

Date:

DD I Challan No.

Amount Rs. _

Date:

Place:

Signature ofthe Candidate

No Objection Certificate from the Centre

We have no objection for the change of Centre as requested by the candidate Mr.lMs. _

with Enrollment No. _

a. We have not conducted the PCP for the Candidate and we are eligible for 20% of share amount only.

b. We have conducted the PCP hence, we are eligible for % of the share amount during '

c. The new centre may be paid the share amount from the Academic 1 Calendar year onwards.

Signature of the Centre Coordinator with seal Acceptance by the Proposed Centre

We hereby accept the request of the candidate Mr.lMs. _

with the Enrollment No. to migrate from his 1 her present Centre to our Centre.

Signature of the Centre Coordinator with seal

Note: This filled-in proforma duly signed by the student and the centres concerned along with necessary DD / Challan may be forwarded by the student himself to the Director, SDE. The University reserves the rlghtto accept! reject the request. This proforma may be xeroxed and used.

(~~~~:~~! !~)I I I I I I I I I I I I

Affix recent passport size photo

here

Application No.

SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE - 641 046

Do Not Staple

Course Applied for # : 1..1 .......

Specimen Signature of the candidate (inside box)

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

(Please lick v) Fresh Admission Lateral Entry Direct Admission Re-admission

Transfer

during the Academic Year 20 __ - 20 __ / Calendar Year 20 __

(To be filled in by the candidate in his / her own handwriting legibly IN CAPITAL LETTERS IN ENGLISH)

Challan/ Demand Draft No.: _

Date:

Payment Details:

Name & Branch of the Bank

(in words)

Amount Paid : Rs. (Rupees .

Name of the Centre

Centre Code

D

For admission directly at the University kindly mention School of Distance Education as name ofthe Spot Admission Centre and TN0201 as Centre Code; Please refer prospectus for Centre Name and Code;

1. Name of the Applicant (As per SSLC I H. Sc. Record): (Attach Gazette notification copy if name changed)

2. Name of the Father I Mother I Guardian I Husband*:

3. AddressforCommunication:

Pincode : I I I I I I I

District: _

State: _

Mobile No. _

Phone No. ___

E-maiIID _

4. Date of Birth ~ ~ Ivlvlvlvl

5. Sex

Male D Female D

# Admission to the course desired by the candidate is purely provisional and the University reserves the right to withdraw the offer of the course at any time due to administrative reasons

6. Nationality _

8. MotherTongue: _

7. Social Status .... 1 _S_C__.__s_T___.,I_M_B_C_.I.____B_C__._1 B_C_-_M ..... I_o_c .....

9. Family Annual Income : Rs.

10. Details of Qualifying Examinations passed:

Pattern of Examination . 10+2+3 I 11+1+3 I 10+3+2 I Others (Specify)

Year of %of Grade
SI. No. Name of the Course Subject I Major Institution I University Passing Marks (CGPA) I
Class
1. SSLC
2. H.Se. I PUC I Pre-degree
3. Diploma
4. UG
5. PGDip.
6. PG (Should submit aI/ the above certificates in original for verification along with a set of xerox copy. The original certificates will be returned immediately after verification)

11. Are you undergoing any other course? : Yes I No

If yes, Name ofthe Course Institution I University _

12. Preferred Language under Part-I (For UGApplicants only): _

(Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, Urudu, Arabi and French are offered as language under Part I)

13. Concession claimed in Tuition fee pI. tick (vi): • 25% fee concession - Teachers I Defence & Police I Press & Media I

(Please underline the specific category) Graduates of Bharathiar University I Ex-service men

• 10% fee concession - Women only

• 100% fee concession - Above 60% Disablement only } ( GO)

. . As perT.N ...

25% fee concession - Upto 60% Disablement

14. Are you willing to attend Personal Contact Programmes organized by the University I Centre? Yes I No (Exemption available for non-lab and non professional courses only; If not willing, please give undertaking in the enclosed format)

15. Are you willing to utilize the Online PCP facility instead of regular PCP (for MBA candidates only)? Yes I No

DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the particulars given above are correct. If any particulars given are found to be incorrect at any point of time, I will abide by the decisions of the University. I will, if admitted, abide by the rules and regulations of the University.

Place:

Date:

Signature of the Applicant

For Office Use only:

Educationally Qualified Yes I No Paid required fee : Yes I No
Attached all required Certificates Yes I No Balance Amount to be paid Rs.
Sharing Pattern I I 80:20 I 75:25 I 60:40 I 40:60 I Certificate Verified : Yes I No
100
Admitted: Yes Don NoD Reason

ASO SO AR DR DIR DATES TO REMEMBER

Particulars Academic Calendar

Year Batch Year Batch

The commencement of issue of Application Forms and Prospectus 1st March 1st September

31st ~ugl!lst 28th February

3~st January 30th June

December May

Dec. - Feb. June - Aug.

March Septembe~

Section to Contact Telephone/Intercom Numbers
Enquiry 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 216 2428216
Academic Section 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 206 2428206
212 2428212
For all information concerned with SDE Examinations 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 189 2428189
Public Relations Officer 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 123 2428123
For all information concerned with SDE 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 216 2428216
Book Sections 0422 - 2422222 Ext: 215 2428215 Know your University!

o Bharathiar University has been accredited with A Grade by NAAC

o Bharathiar University has been ranked ~d among Non-Professional Indian Universities by Times of India

Web Site: www.b-u.ac.in emailID:sde@b-u.ac.in

Cost of Application & Prospectus: In person - Rs. 100/- ; By Post - Rs. 150/-

THE TIMES OF INDIA

MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2009

RANKING OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES

RANK OF HONOUR

Other than Medicine, Engineering, Law & Agnculture TOP 10

1. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi 2 •. Bharathiar University, Coimbatore

3. National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Chandigarh.

4. Central Institute of English & Foreign

languages,Hydenlbad.

5. Gulbarga University.,. Gulbarga.

6. National Diary Research .Institute, Kamal

7. Gauhati University, Guwahati

8. Mohan La! Sukhadia UniVersity., Udaipur

9. Acharya Nagarjuna Uni)Jersity, GUntur

10. Maulana kad National Urdu University, Hydenlbad.

RANKING PARAMETERS

The many factors that went into the ranking of the universities were:

1. General in10nnation and size of the university.

2. Student community

3. Facu Ity resources ..

4. Academics

5. Facilities

6. Intemational exposure

7. Caree r 0 pportun ities

8. J nfrastructure

9. Social and enVironmental responsibilities

RESEARCH

The target responds of this survey were the administrative heads or registrars of the universities. Each of them had to answer to comprehensive questionnaire that compromised of nine sections that touched the many factors of the university. For each question, a score (range 1 *5) was allotted following which a total score was obtai ned for each section.

Thereafter, weightages were assigned to each of the nine factors depending on lts importance. To lend the weightage an Mhenticity, experienced academicians and professors outside, the purview of this reseamh, were roped in,the total score fullowing the weigiTtage .accrued by each uniVersity ultimately determined the final rankings ..

Fora detailed report of the study, visit www.educationtimes.com!universityrankings If you ha.ve queries pertaining tothe study, mail us atunivrankings@timesgroup.com

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