Ragging is an offence under A.P. Prohibition of Ragging Act 1997, punishable by six months to seven years imprisonment. Abettors will also face similar punishment.

CBCS Add on Courses


UCW has to its credit the honour of being accredited by NAAC with the top grade continuously for three cycles.

UCW sought autonomous status as early as 1989 and ever since strove to provide holistic education to learners. Starting with the introduction of Professional and Allied Courses like Food Science Management, Electronics, Bio Technology, Food & Nutrition, Digital Humanities and Commerce courses with Computers, Taxation and also Honours; UCW moved on to introduce short term courses in Entrepreneurship and is now ready to implement CBCS pattern with effect from the academic year starting 2015-2016. This provides learners a wide scope of choice to choose subjects across disciplines for an overall personality development.

While restructuring the courses to fit into the CBCS pattern, care has been taken to consider local needs placed in a national context so as to fulfil global demands.

As education is not just an accumulation of inert facts nor a narrow approach to subjects; UCW provides application oriented interdisciplinary learning.

Therefore, students pursuing graduation degrees in specific courses are encouraged to imbibe knowledge and skills which enable all round personality development.

Under the CBCS pattern students would graduate with a total number of 148 (136+10+02) credits which includes 10 credits from two Credit Add-On Modular Courses across the semesters wherein the students would be required to choose the Courses from the choices available in the first two semesters.


Structure for CBCS

PLUS ADD ON COURSES

CREDITS: Core 108 + Foundation 28 = 136 Credits
Credits for NSS /NCC/ Sports/ Co curricular – 2 (one credit in each Semester of their choice)
Credits for Add on Foundation Courses - 10       136+10+02=148 Credits
Each credit calls for a minimum of fifteen contact hours per semester. Therefore a minimum of 75% of attendance is mandatory to get full credits as the final CGPA for grading is calculated taking credits into consideration.
Two Credit Add-On Modular Courses: Students must choose atleast two courses, one for each Semester I & II from among the following courses apart from the compulsory courses in semesters 3-5.
BA (Tel. Med.)
English Language & Comm. Skills I Basic grammar, Listening & Reading) Dept of English
English Language & Comm. II  & Soft Skills (Speaking & Writing) Dept of English
Practical Accountancy Dept of Commerce
Mathematical Aptitude & Reasoning Dept of Maths &  Statistics
Basics of Computer Application Dept. Of Computer Science
BA Eng. Med)
Practical Accountancy Dept of Commerce
Mathematical Aptitude & Reasoning Dept of Maths & Statistics
Report & Review Writing Dept. of English
Disaster Management Dept. of Pol. Science
Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition Dept of Nutrition
Basics of Computer Application Dept. Of Computer Science

B.Com
History & Culture (one Unit on Telangana) Dept of History
Disaster Management Dept. of Pol. Science
Mathematical Aptitude & Reasoning Dept of Maths & Statistics
Report & Review Writing Dept. of English
Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition Dept of Nutrition
Basics of Computer Application Dept. Of Computer Science

B.Sc. (Physical Sc)
Practical Accountancy Dept of Commerce
History & Culture (one Unit on Telangana) Dept of History
Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition Dept of Nutrition  
Report & Review Writing Dept. of English
Disaster Management Dept. of Pol. Science
Basics of Computer Application Dept. Of Computer Science

B.Sc. (Bio. Sc)
Practical Accountancy Dept of Commerce
History & Culture (one Unit on Telangana) Dept of History
Mathematical Aptitude & Reasoning Dept of Maths & Statistics
Report & Review Writing Dept. of Mass Communication
Disaster Management Dept. of Pol. Science
Basics of Computer Application Dept. Of Computer Science

 

(Compulsory Papers of Two Credits each for students of all faculties)

Semester III

  1. Human Values & Ethics

Semesters IV

  1. Environment Science

Semester V

  1. Open Stream – Finishing School - (20 hours of theory (5 for each unit) 10hrs for activity oriented assignment 3+3+2+2hrs for each unit respectively)
Unit I: Soft Skills & Etiquette Dept. of English
Unit II: Personality Development Dept. of Psychology
Unit III: Women’s Rights & Self Defence Dept. of Sociology & Sports  
Unit IV: Health Care & Diet Management Dept. of Food & Nutrition

 

Evaluation
The College adopts a continuous evaluation process. Throughout the semester the students are evaluated by way of two internal exams, and one end semester exam. Average of two internal exams is taken. The ratio of percentage of marks for internal and end semester exam is 30:70.


The College is adopting 10 point grading system with effect from the academic year 2015 – 16 onwards. Under the grading system the total marks are converted into the grades to suit the requirements of the standards set by the professional bodies. Grades and grade points are given below.


 Grades and Grade points
Academic performance in Marks Letter Grade Grade Point
More than 90% O   10
More than 80% -  Less than 90% A+ 9
More than 70% -  Less than 80% A 8
More than 60% -  Less than 70% B+ 7
More than 50% -  Less than 60% 6
More than 40% -  Less than 50% C   5
Less than 40% D (Fail) 0
  AB (Absent) 0