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University of Jharkhand Courses

Updated on: Feb 18, 2013

The CUJ is focused on research and innovative teaching-learning processes. The 2010-11 Academic Session started from 21st of July 2010.

CUJ Academic Course:


The University offers 5-year Integrated Course that are carefully designed to meet the multidisciplinary needs of a Choice-based Credit system (CBCS) across 10 Semesters. In a CBCS, a student enrolling for a Mathematics degree has a choice of taking an optional Paper (for Credits) in, say, Mass Communication.In principle, a student could opt for a credit course from any other Central University, subject to availability of seats.

In the 5-year Integrated Programme, there is an entry/exit option in the 7th Semester.

Admission will be based on the score obtained by a candidate in the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET).

Marks of candidates coming from the University of Cambridge will be based on the Association of Indian Universities criteria – in calculation of overall average percentage of marks of best 5 subjects, such candidates must include the best 5  A-Level subjects taken. If the number of A Level subjects falls short of 5, the remaining subjects maybe taken from O-Level for aggregating the overall percentage of marks of best 5 subjects.

CUJ Schools & Centres:


The following Schools have been approved by the U.G.C./ M.H.R.D/ Visitor

   1. School for Management Sciences
   2. School for Mass Communication & Media Technologies
   3. School for Languages
   4. School for Natural Sciences
   5. School for Engineering & Technologies
   6. School for Cultural Studies
   7. School for Natural Resource and Management

 
The details of the Centres and courses are given below:

Schools
  • Management Studies
  • Languages
  • Natural Sciences
  • Applied Physics
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Life Sciences
  • Engineering & Technologies
  • Cultural Studies    
  • Natural Resource & Management
  • Mass Communication & Media Technology

Centres
  • Business Administration
  • Mass Communication
  • English Language
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Nanotechnology
  • Indigenous Culture Study
  • Water Engineering & Management
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