Subjects Offered

St John College offers 3 year degree programmes in Arts (B.A.) and Science (B.Sc.) streams. We are affiliated to Nagaland University and follow subject-wise syllabi prescribed, these can be found on Nagaland University website, or directly by clicking on the honours programme titles below. Course outcomes can be viewed under the relevant 'Course List' page of this site. 

A. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Honours programmes offered in:

i) English   ii) Economics   iii) History   iv) Pol. Science   v) Philosophy   vi) Sociology   vii) Education  

Students of all honours programmes will also sit papers in the following compulsory subjects:

 i) English   ii) Alternative English   iii) Environmental Studies          

The elective subjects combinations offered are:

i). History, Pol. Science & Economics
ii). History, Pol. Science & Philosophy
iii). History, Pol. Science & Sociology
iv). History, Pol. Science & Education
v). Philosophy, Sociology, Education
vi). Economics, Sociology, Education
vii). History, Sociology, Education
viii). For English Honours:   English honours, General English, Elective English and any two elective subject.

Your chosen honours subject must be included in the elective subject combination. As such students choosing to pursue honours in Economics, Philosophy, Sociology or Education must select option i, ii, iii, or iv respectively.  Those pursuing honours in History, Political Science or English may choose any one of the 4 combinations. 

      

B. Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Compulsory subjects: i) English     ii) Environmental Studies            iii) Computer Science

Elective subjects combinations:

i) Botany, Zoology & Chemistry
ii) Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics

Honours offered in:

i) Chemistry       ii) Botany          iii) Zoology         iv) Physics         v) Maths

 

Eligibility for Honours:

i) 45% in the subject in which one desires to take up honours, however 50% is required in English.

ii) 45% in aggregate to take up honours in a subject not available at the HSSLC an equivalent level, or if a student wishes to switch stream, i.e. a science student scoring an aggregate of 45% may take up any Arts subject (45% also required in English). 


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