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:
- Management Studies
- Natural Sciences
- Applied Physics
- Applied Chemistry
- Life Sciences
- Engineering & Technologies
- Cultural Studies
- Natural Resource & Management
- Mass Communication & Media Technology
- Business Administration
- Mass Communication
- English Language
- Applied Mathematics
- Indigenous Culture Study
- Water Engineering & Management