School of Distance Education, University of Calicut




School of Distance Education, University of Calicut ADMISSIONS 2009-2010 FOR BA/ BCom DEGREE COURSES (OPEN STREAMS)

School of Distance Education,
University of Calicut


ADMISSIONS 2009-2010 FOR BA/ BCom DEGREE COURSES (OPEN STREAMS)

Applications have been invited by School of Distance Education, University of Calicut, for admission to the BA/BCom Degree Courses under Open Streams.
The scheme is mainly to envisage facility for those persons who could not undergo the regular college course due to various reasons and who eagerly aspire to acquire a Degree. No basic educational qualification is insisted for admission to the course through the open stream. The applicants have to appear for an entrance examination and only those who secure a minimum of 35% marks in the examination are admitted to the Degree programme.

The following courses are conducted as per Open Stream. All have Malayalam/Hindi/Arabic as Second Language in addition to the Main subject and Subsidiaries.



BA:

1. History (Main) Economics and Political Science (Subsidiaries)
2. Economics; Indian History & Political Science
3. Political Science; Economics & World History
4. Sociology; Political Science & Gen. Psychology
5. Malayalam; Sanksrit/Journalism
6. English; Social & Cultural History of Britain and Political Science/World History/Journalism
7. Arabic; Functional Arabic & Commercial Arabic

BCom:

Commerce; Co-Operation/Finance (Optional)
Application can be submitted directly to
(a) Office of the Director, School of Distance Education on all working days
(b) to the Co-ordinators of study centres of School of Distance Education given below on Saturdays and Sundays.

(i) W.M.O. College, Muttil, Wayanad.
(ii) St. Joseph's College, Devagiri, Calicut.
(iii) Govt. Arts&Science College, Meenchanda, Kozhikode.
(iv) S.N. College, Kannur
(v) Govt. College, Malappuram
(vi) M.E.S.Keveeyem College, Valanchery
(vii) Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur
(viii) M.E.S. Kalladi College, Mannarkkad
(ix) Govt. College, Chittur.
(x) St. Thomas College, Thrissur


other documents may be sent by Post to the Director, School of Distance Education, Calicut University P.O, Malappuram, Kerala-673635, India along with a self addressed stamped envelope of size 30cm x 25 cm with stamps worth Rs. 50/- affixed to reach there
1st July 2009 (without fine) and 15th July 2009 (with fine of Rs. 100/-).

Entrance Examination will be held on 8th & 9th August 2009


Reference: www.universityofcalicut.info


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