NOTICE For all students of B.A. (Hons), B.Sc. (Hons), B.Com (Hons) Semester IV and B.Com & B.A. (Prog) Semester VI 2021-22 Choice of Generic Elective Course (GEC)

All students of Semester IV in B.A. (Hons), B.Sc. (Hons) and B.Com (Hons) as well as all students in Semester VI in B.Com and B.A. (Prog.) are required to submit online their preferences for Generic Elective (GE) courses, offered by the college, latest by Saturday, 8th January 2022 in a prescribed e-form accessible at the Kirori Mal College website at the following link: 

https://forms.gle/n7xg8jAzHVmFf7nn9

Important Instructions:

  1. The students should carefully fill the form because this form can be submitted only once. Care should be taken in correctly mentioning the name, college roll number, e-mail id and phone number (please provide an active phone number).
  2. Students are advised to provide three choices of GE courses in order of preference. Though our attempt will be to provide the student’s first choice, we may not always be able to do so, given the number of applicants in a course. (The list of the GECs offered by the college is available as a dropdown list in the form.) 
  3. The choice of GE course in any semester is independent of the choices made in the earlier semester(s). All students should fill the form irrespective of whether they intend to choose the same subject as their GE, as in the last semester, or not.
  4. The students of a particular Honours department will not be allowed to choose the GE course offered by the same department. For example, the students of B.A. (Hons) English are not allowed to choose the GE course offered by the English department.  
  5. The students of B.Com cannot take GE Commerce. The students of B.A. (Prog.) cannot take GE in their main two discipline subjects. For example, students with Economics and Political Science as their main disciplines in B.A. (Prog.) cannot choose GE Economics and GE Political Science.
  6. While selecting GE courses, students should keep in mind the mandatory requirements for some Postgraduate Entrance Examinations / Eligibility criteria. For example, for MSc Chemistry in Delhi University it is mandatory to have at least two papers of Mathematics (GE). For MSc Operational Research in DU it is mandatory to have at least two papers of Mathematics or Statistics. For MSc Physics many institutions (like IITs) / entrance examinations have mandatory requirement of at least two papers of Mathematics. Students are advised to check the eligibility criteria for programmes that they are interested in, so that they can make an informed choice.
  7. If a student fails to submit the online form by the notified last date, she/he may be allotted a course at the discretion of the college.


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