Eligibility Rules for admission to Semester-1&II ( in the first year) B.Sc Course:
A candidate for being eligible for admission to Semester I of the Three Years integrated course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science(B.Sc.) must have passed :-
A) The Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination or Std XII conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in the following subjects:-
i) English(Higher level or lower level)
ii) Any one of the Modern Indian Languages or the Modern Foreign Languages (Higher Level or Lower Level)
iii) to vi) Four subjects from among the subjects mentioned below carrying a
total of 400 marks
iii) to vi) Three subjects from among the subjects mentioned below carrying a total of 300 marks and one subject from among the remaining optional subjects prescribed for the H.S.S.C. Examination:-
Mathematics & Statistics 5. Earth Science
Physics 6. Computer Science
Chemistry 7. Electronics
Biology (Botany & Zoology)
The Higher Secondary School Certificate examination at Std. XII of the vocational stream conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in the following courses:-
Maintenance & Repairs of Electrical & Electric Domestic Appliances
Auto Engineering Technology
Poultry and Swine Production
Computer Software Application
Must have passed similar examination of another body, equivalent to Goa Board of secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Goa and recognized as such by Goa University.
B) A candidate not covered under any of the above categories but desirous of seeking admission to the said course may apply to the college. However, the Registrar along with Dean of concerned Faculty and Chairperson(s) of Board(s) of Studies of concerned subjects shall decide the eligibility.
C) A candidate admitted for Semester-I shall be deemed eligible for admission to semester-II
D) A candidate migrating from another University and desirous of direct admission to Semester-II may be considered for admission provided he/she has cleared/passed First Term/Semester –I examination of that University with those subjects for which admission is sought and undertakes to successfully complete the other compulsory papers of Semester-I.
Eligibility Rules for Admission to Semester-III & IV (in the Second Year)
A)A candidate who has registered and have requisite attendance for Semester I and Semester II shall be eligible for admission to Semester III.
B)A candidate migrating from any other recognized University may be considered for admission to Semester III of the B.Sc. provided: (a) he/she has passed the First Year B.Sc examination in all subjects from that University, (b) he/she had offered at the first Year the same subjects as prescribed under Major category available under the scheme of this University, (c) he/she undertakes to successfully complete the compulsory Information Technology/Environment Studies syllabus prescribed by this University for Semesters I & II, if he/she has not already done so in the previous University. Result of Semester IV examination shall be withheld if the candidate fails to fulfill this undertaking.
C)A candidate admitted for Semester III shall be deemed eligible for admission to Semester IV.
D)A candidate from another recognized University may be considered for direct admission to Semester IV provided he/she fulfills the conditions in (a), (b) and (c) at (C) above and in addition has passed/cleared Semester III/First Term examination of the Second Year B.Sc. of that University. However, the result of Semester IV shall be withheld if the candidate does not fulfill these conditions.
Eligibility Rules for Admission to Semester-V(in the Third Year)B.Sc. Course:
A)A candidate who has been declared passed in Semester I to Semester IV examination shall be eligible for admission to Semester V.
B)A candidate admitted for Semester V shall be deemed eligible for admission to Semester VI.
C)A candidate migrating from any other recognized University may be considered for admission to Semester V of the B.Sc. Course provided: (a) he/she has passed the second Year B.Sc. Examination in all subjects from that University, and (b) he/she had offered at the Second Year the same subjects as prescribed under Major category available under the scheme of this University. A candidate fulfilling these conditions shall be eligible for admission to only Semester V.
Eligibility Rules for Admission to Semester-VI (in the Third Year) B.Sc. Course:
A)A candidate already admitted for Semester V shall be deemed eligible for admission to Semester VI
B)Direct admission to Semester VI shall not be permitted.
Kindly refer the New Prospectus
B.Sc. Semester – III & IV
(Seven Papers carrying 100 marks each)
Subject1 : Foundation Course ( Choose any one) Semester III & IV
Subject 2 – 7 : Same two papers each in three subjects (Major Group) offered at Semester I – II.
B.Sc. Semester – V and VI
(Six papers carrying 100 marks each and Project paper of 100 marks)
Three papers each in any two subjects (Major Category) offered at Semester III/IV
One Project paper OR
Six papers in any one subject under Major category offered at Semester III/IV
One Project paper
Major Group subjects with titles
Paper I : Diversity & Classification of Plant
Paper II : Cell Biology
Paper III : Diversity & Classification of Plant Kingdom II
Paper IV : Principles of Biochemistry
Paper V : Plant Physiology – I
Paper VI : Plant Ecology – I
Paper VII : Plant Physiology – II
Paper VIII : Plant Ecology – II
Paper IX : Systematics of Angiosperms
Paper X : Genetics and Plant Breeding
Paper XI : Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Paper XII : Plant Biochemistry and Genetic Engineering
Paper XIII : Plant Anatomy and Developmental Biology of Flowering Plants
Paper XIV : Genetics, Plant Breeding and Statistical Methods
Paper XV : Microbiology and Plant Pathology
Paper XVI : Economic and Applied Botany.
Semester I & II
Paper I CH 101 & 102 : Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II CH 103 & 104 : Organic & Inorganic Chemistry
Semester III & IV
Paper I CH 201 & 202 : Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
Paper II CH 203 & 204 : Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
Paper I CH-311 : Physical Chemistry
Paper II CH-321 : Inorganic Chemistry
Paper III CH-331 : Organic Chemistry
Paper IV CH-34 : Analytical Chemistry
Paper I CH-312 : Physical Chemistry
Paper II CH-322 : Inorganic Chemistry
Paper III CH-332 : Organic Chemistry
Paper IV CH-342 : Analytical Chemistry
Paper I ZP 01 : Diversity of Lower Non-Chordata
Paper II ZP 02 : Cell Biology
Paper III ZP 03 : Diversity of Higher Non-Chordata
Paper IV ZP 04 : Genetics and Molecular Biology
Paper V ZP 05 : Diversity of Lower Chordates
Paper VI ZP 06 : Animal Physiology
Paper VII ZP 07 : Diversity of Higher Chordates
Paper VIII ZP 08 : Ecology and Animal Behaviour
Paper IX ZP 09 : Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
Paper X ZP 10 : Human Physiology & Biochemistry
Paper XI ZP 11 : Applied Genetics & Evolution
Paper XII ZP 12 : Basic Animal Biotechnology
Paper XIII ZP 13 : Development Biology
Paper XIV ZP 14 : Endocrinology
Paper XV ZP 15 : Environmental Biology & Toxicology
Paper XVI ZP 16 : Animal Biotechnology Applications
Paper I : Mechanics and Properties of matter
Paper II : Electricity
Paper I : Waves and Acoustics
Paper II : Optics
Paper I : Mechanics II
Paper II : Electronics
Paper I : Heat and Thermodynamics
Paper II : Modern Physics
Paper I : Electronics
Paper II : Wave Mechanics
Paper III : Nuclear Physics
Paper IV : Electromagnetic theory I
Paper I : Solid State Devices & Instrumentation
Paper II : Atomic and Molecular Physics
Paper III : Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics
Paper IV : Electromagnetic theory II and Relativity