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Science
Science

First Year B.Sc. Semester I and Semester II

Compulsory Subject
Foundation Course

A student can choose any one of the following combinations comprising of three subjects.
Chemistry-Botany-ZoologyBiochemistry-Chemistry-Botany
Chemistry-Microbiology-BotanyBiochemistry-Chemistry-Zoology
Chemistry-Microbiology-ZoologyComputer Science-Mathematics-Statistics
Chemistry-Physics-BotanyComputer Science-Mathematics-Physics
Chemistry-Physics-ZoologyBiotechnology - Chemistry-Botany *
Chemistry-Physics-MathematicsBiotechnology - Chemistry- Zoology *
Mathematics-Statistics-Physics 


*Eligibility for Biotechnology combinations: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics are Mandatory at H.S.C. / equivalent

*Eligibility for Computer Science: Mathematics Mandatory at H.S.C. / equivalent

In each of the semesters, each science subject (other than Mathematics) shall have two courses with practicals. Each course in which practicals are prescribed comprises of 100 marks theory and 50 marks practicals.

For the 100 marks theory, the performance of each student for each course will be evaluated by two components - Internal Assessment of 40 marks and External Assessment (Semester End Examination) of 60 marks.

Second Year B.Sc.Semester III and Semester IV

7 Papers: 700 Marks

Compulsory Subject
Foundation Course

A student can choose any one of the following combinations comprising of two subjects which he/she has offered at First Year B.Sc.
Chemistry-BotanyChemistry-Microbiology
Chemistry-PhysicsChemistry-Zoology
Biochemistry-ChemistryMathematics-Physics
Mathematics-StatisticsBotany-Zoology
Computer Science-Statistics*Biotechnology- Chemistry
Computer Science-Mathematics* 

*Applications with UGC/AICTE approved Diploma in Engineering are eligible for direct admission for Second Year B.Sc.

In each of the semesters, each science subject (other than Mathematics) shall have three courses with practicals. Each course in which practicals are prescribed comprises of 100 marks theory and 50 marks practicals.
For the 100 marks theory, the performance of each student for each course will be evaluated by two components - Internal Assessment of 40 marks and External Assessment (Semester End Examination) of 60 marks.

Third Year B.Sc. Semester V and Semester VI

4 Papers + 1 Applied Component,2 Practical + 1 Applied Component: 800 Marks.

A student can choose any one of the Science subjects which he/she has offered at the Second Year B.Sc. There shall be an applied component subject.

Any one of the following subjects and applied components could be offered
Subject
Applied Component
Botany
Horticulture
Chemistry
Drugs and Dyes
Mathematics
Computer Programming
Microbiology
Biotechnology
Physics
Electronic Instrumentation
Statistics
Elements of Operations Research
Zoology
Fishery Biology
Biochemistry
Food Nutrition and Food Adulteration
Biotechnology
Food Nutrition and Food Adulteration
Computer Science
Web Design and Applications

Semester based credit system at T.Y.B.Sc shall be effective from 2013-2014.Marking, grading and passing standards for theory, practicals and tutorials are subject to University rules and regulations.

Note
  • The right of making available the subject combinations mentioned above in all the faculties is vested with the Principal.
  • The number of seats for different subject combinations will be decided by the Principal.
  • Subjects which do not have the minimum enrollment required by the Government University will not be offered.
  • Examinations shall be conducted by the college on behalf of the University of Mumbai as per University rules and guidelines.