Environment and Disaster are the most discussed terms in the world today. All the living and non-living things
Environment and Disaster are the two most discussed terms in the world today. All living and non-living things we see around us contribute a part to our environment. But our environment is subject to ruthless destruction leading to many problems and disasters. Disaster is an event of occurrence clue to natural as well as human-induced factors. Generally, it happens without any warning or with a warning within a very short period of time. All disasters cannot be prevented, but if adequate planning and prior preparations are done, the impact of disasters can be minimized to a large extent.
Therefore, in order to resolve these problems, conservation of the environment is of utmost importance. It is also necessary to study disaster management. On the other hand, environment conservation and disaster management are possible only if the general people are made aware about them. Therefore, the university has included a compulsory course on Environmental Studies and Disaster Management in all the Bachelor's Degree programmes. This course is of 100 marks out of which 20%shall be for Home Assignments as indicated.
The course entitled Office Management in the BA Pass programme has been so designed to introduce the learners to the various activities of office, which will help the learner in developing professional skills required for the job. Office management is the administrative handling, controlling and maintaining a balance process of work inside the office of an organization whether big or small company/ business, which is necessary to achieve the best service it can provide to the people who will receive a great benefit. The experience gained from organising and running the front office successfully can provide a person with a variety of transferable skills. This course is of 100 marks out of which 20%shall be for Home Assignments as indicated.
The course 'Introduction to Information Technology' has been designed with the aim of giving knowledge and skills in the application of computer. The course focuses on providing the basic knowledge of computer software, networks and Internet. This course practically equips the learners about the use of MS-Office packages i.e. MS-Word, MS-Excel and MS-PowerPoint. The main objective of introducing this course into the BA Pass programme is to enhance the learners‘ efficiency with the use of computer on performing day-to-day activities in organizational environment. This course is of 100 marks out of which 20%shall be for Home Assignments as indicated.
PhD programme is offered by the University in regular mode as per the latest UGC guidelines.They are also to undertake course works at least for one semester.
PhD programme shall be for a minimum duration of three years, including course work and a maximum
of six years.Admission to the Ph.D. programme will be based on performance in the written test and viva. Shortlisted
candidates of the written test will have to make a presentation of their synopsis of a research proposal (format to be notified in the website) before a panel of experts.
The entrance test will comprise of two parts –Part A: 50 marks MCQ based on research methodology;Part B:50 marks descriptive type.
Fee Structure for PhD Programme:
|Admission Fee:||Rs 20000|
|Course Work Fee:||Rs 5000|
|Monthly fee:||Rs 1000|
|Thesis Submission fee:||Rs 5000|
|Viva voce examination fee:||Rs 5000|
M.Phil. programme shall be for duration of two consecutive semesters/ one year.Candidate for admission to the M.Phil programme shall have a Master’s degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with
atleast 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC 7-point scale (or a equivalent grade
in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) or an equivalent degree from a foreign educational
institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognized or
authorized by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country.
A relaxation of 5% marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer/ differently-abled) and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to time, or for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The eligibility marks of 55% (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace mark procedure.
|Admission Fee:||Rs 10000|
|Monthly fee:||Rs 500|
|Viva voce examination fee:||Rs 5000|
KKHSOU presently offers the following Post-graduate Diploma Programmes in credit based semester system. PGDBM, PGDCA, PGDMC, and PGDBJ are moduler that means each programme of a year is a module. Those who successfully complete these programmes shall be eligible for admission into the 3rd Semester of the respective Master’s programmes.
KKHSOU is priviledged to have been entrusted by the Government of Assam with the responsibility to train the untrained teachers with a Teachers’ Training Programme through the distance mode. Accordingly, the university developed the two year programme named Diploma in Elementary Education (DEl.Ed.) which came into functioning in 2012. This programme is the first of its kind in the North East of India. The curriculum of this programme has been designed with the help of experts from DEC (IGNOU), and the local experts taking into account the NCIE guidelines and National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education. After finalizing the curriculum, through several meetings and consultation, it was submitted to NCTE through SSA Mission following which NCTE had given approval to the programme. The programme comprises two years, and the in-service teachers selected / nominated / deputed by the Government of Assam (through SSA Mission) are only eligible to undertake this training programme.
1) Admission shall be through the designated Study Centres only, spread all over the state.
2) For Admission to a programme, course fee is to be paid through the Bank challan attached with the Prospectus, at any branch of State Bank of India. Application along with necessary enclosures and a copy of the challan returned by the Bank after payment is required to be submitted at the recongnised study Centres within due date. [Course fee may also be paid in the form of Bank Draft drawn in favour of Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University” and payable at Guwahati.
3)A summarised table indicating the eligibility criteria of admission into the various academic programmes offered by the Univeristy along with the relevant documents necessary to be submitted along with the application form. The Study Centre will scrutinize the application forms as per the norms and qualifications required for each programme.The Study Centre will scrutinize the application forms as per the norms and qualifications required for each programme.
4)After scrutiny, the eligible applicants will be provisionally admitted by the Study Centre.
5) Intending learners with incomplete application may be given conditional admission at the University’s discretion with the condition that required eligibility documents are to be submitted latest by the dates prescribed for the purpose. Their enrollment will be confirmed on fulfillment of the eligibility requirements. To appear in the examinations, confirmation of enrollment will be necessary.
6)All the enrolled learners will be provided with the registration number,programme guidelines and identity cards.
7)Those learners who are unable to complete the programme within the specified validity period will be required to register themselves afresh by paying the requisite fee as per the University regulations.Continuous Admission:
1)After completion of a particular semester, a learner is required to apply for next semester simply by paying the necessary fees within one month of the last examination day of the previous Semester. Admission in subsequent semester does not depend on the results of the earlier semester. One may take admission even without appearing in previous semester examination in the next semester. Admission should be taken continuously in all a Degree, Diploma and Certificate programmes without any break. A learner will be allowed to appear in all the examinations including back papers within the stipulated time of a programme.
2) A learner is required to pay a fine of Rs 300 if he or she applies for admission to the next semester after expiry of one month but within two months from the last day of examination of the previous semester.
3) On special consideration, a learner may be allowed admission as individual admission for the next semester even beyond two months but before the issue of notification of the examination of that semester by the University on Individual application with sufficient reasons and payment of a fine of Rs 500.
|Master of Arts (MA)|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|Master of Computer Application (MCA)|
|Master of Science in Information Technology (M.Sc IT)|
|Master of Social Works (MSW)|
For admission into MBA a candidate, except the exempted one, must clear an Entrance Test. Questions in the Common Entrance Test shall be of objective type consisting of general aptitude, logical reasoning, data interpretation, general awareness and socio- economic issues.
After qualifying an Entrance Test, if a candidate for valid and accountable reasons, cannot take admission in the current session, he/ she may be allowed to enrol in the next session by the University on application. This condition applies to all programmes having an entrance test for admission, i.e. MBA.
Learners of M.A. in Political Science, Education, Sociology and Social Work are allowed to write answers in examinations in Assamese if they so desire. However, SLM for these Programmes have not been provided in Assamese language.
The learners are to pay the total fee for a year in the form of Bank Journal or Draft drawn in favour of
"K.K Handiqui State Open University" payable at Guwahati.Course fee will include supply of Self Learning Material,counselling session,postal charges and other unspecified costs.No Other fee will be paid to any one which is not included in the fee structure.
It has been decided that from 2015-16 session onward, exam fee will be collected along with the course fee at the time of admission in all the semesters- not only at the time of admission to the first semester.All fee are subject to revision. Revised fee shall be applicable to all learners on roll.
Admission in subsequent years] semesters should be taken within one month from the last date of the latest examination irrespective of the examination results. That means, a learner is not required to wait for the examination result for admission to the next Semester of the programme.Filling up examination forms for all examinations, especially for back papers and betterment, within due time is compulsory.