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B.A. Honours (Humanities & Social Sciences)

Under this course the University of Delhi students will be able to pick and choose papers and study them in different colleges for specialisation in different fields. This course seeks to enable students to draw upon the resources, talent and expertise available in different colleges. The student will be admitted to the Cluster Innovation Centre and will be required to take some basic courses in semesters one and six at the Cluster Innovation Centre to gain competence in core areas such as “Mathematical Awareness”, “Art of Communication”, “Innovation Management”, “Social Enquiry” and “Legal Literacy”. In semesters two to seven, students can choose courses from the large variety available in various colleges, under the guidance of a mentor. Students will be given the freedom to choose courses to specialize in a particular stream such as “Journalism”, “Education”, “Historical Tourism”, “Counselling” and “Art and Design”. This would equip them to choose appropriate professions for themselves.

Under this course students are not bound to either the courses available in one college or even a discipline. For instance, a student can pick a major from a college from the liberal arts stream and combine it with a pure science or commerce stream offered by another college.

Key Ingredients of META Course
1. Creates a new paradigm in knowledge systems
2. Reliance on National Knowledge Network
3. Pooling of resources by different institutions
4. Creation of synergies in innovative programmes
5. Use of information technology for virtual learning
6. Innovation in knowledge acquisition
7. Combining “Collaborative learning” and “Trans-disciplinary learning”
8. Mentor to serve as the Catalyst
Total number of Student Intake : 40
Eligibility Criteria:

A minimum aggregate marks at 10+2 level as mentioned below (category wise) :

  • General category : 60% in four subjects
  • OBC category : 54% in four subjects
  • PH category : 55% in four subjects
  • SC/ST category : Passing marks

Admission process:

Written Test - MCQ (Two hour duration) + Interview of the short listed students

Candidate must be enrolled in any UG programme of Study in a regular college of University of Delhi, School of Open Learning (SOL) or Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) of University of Delhi at the time of admission. The admission to the course is through an entrance test (75% Weightage) followed by an interview (25% Weightage) of shortlisted candidates

Content of MCQ: Communication and Language skills, Logic, Reasoning, General Awareness.