Undergraduate Programmes

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
History, Economics, Sociology (HECOS)
History, English, Sociology (HENGS)
Psychology, Economics, Sociology (PECOS)
Psychology, English, Sociology (PENGS)
Journalism, Economics, Optional English(J.E.OE)
Psychology, Journalism, Communicative English(Psy.J.CE)
Economics, Sociology, Public Administation (E.S.PA)
History, Tourism, Journalism(H.T.J)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) (Vocational)
Communicative English, Optional English, Psychology (CEOEP)
Part I :
English and one of the following languages:
Kannada, Hindi, French, Add-English

UGC Vocational Courses

B.Voc. Courses
In view of the huge present as well as potential demand for professionally qualified manpower for the banking and finance sector, we have recently introduced a Bachelor of Vocation course in Banking and Finance under the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF) of the University Grants Commission.

The objective is to ensure a steady stream of industry-ready professionals who aspire for a career in Banking and Finance. The course will give knowledge inputs to the candidates and expose them to the operational processes of modern banking and financial environment so that they can successfully adapt from the first day of their joining the industry. The highlights of the programme are

1. Visual Communication and Performing Arts with Psychology
2. Banking and Finance

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM)
Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science (MECs)
Physics, Mathematics, Electronics (PME)
Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science (PMCs)
Chemistry, Botany, Zoology (CBZ)
Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry (BtBC)
Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Genetics (BtBG)
Biotechnology, Chemistry, Genetics (BtCG)
Biotechnology, Chemistry, Zoology (BtCZ)
Psychology, Journalism, Computer Science(P.J.Cs)

Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Part I :
I language:English
Core Courses
Programming in C/data structures using C / Object oriented programming with C/Software engineering / Database management system / Visual programming / UNIX / System Analysis and Design / Design and Analysis of Algorithm/Operating System/data Communication and Networking/Core Java/Advanced Java

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)
B.Com Professional (ACCA/CMA)
General B.Com
B.Com with Logistics and Supply Chain Management
B.Com Tourism & Management (B.Com. TM)

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

Languages offered for the above Arts, Science, Commerce, B.B.A. courses from first to fourth semesters
Part I :
I language:English
II language:Kannada/ Hindi / Add.English / French


B.Com Professional (MoU with GLOBAL FTI Pvt Ltd)
1. ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) offers business relevant, first choice qualification and rewarding carrier in accountancy, finance and management. JNC has signed MoU with GFTI Pvt. Ltd. UK.
2. CMA (Certified Management Accountant) MoU with Miles education Pvt. Ltd. is heighest management accounting credential in the US. JNC, IMA, Wiley and Miles education have partnered to train students and assist with placements support in MNCs across India.
3. SAP
4. Microsoft Office Excel
To gain valuable Microsoft Office computing skills. 5. Tally(NICT computer education)
6. Entuze
Online e-learning programme.
7. Communiation training and corporate etiquette
Soft skills to enable students to enter the professional world with confidence.
8. Python
Python is a popular programming language used for data analysis, artificial intelligence and scientific computing, web development etc.
9. UPSC/KPSC Coatching for Administrative Services
To prepare the students to serve the nation, enjoy the life style and job security and also to work for the powerless and voiceless.


Compulsory subjects
Compulsory subjects to promote academic programs relevant to the socio economic needs of the nation:
Indian Constitution : This paper helps to develop "constitutional consciousness" among the citizens as every individual is a active citizen of India, to know the functioning of the government at centre and state level and to be aware of fundamental rights and duties.
Environmental Studies: Environmental studies contribute to sustainable development. Students are sensitized to the pressing need of the hour of environmental conservation and population control through campus cleaning programmes/waste management programmes.
Skill Development: A course on life skills for Human development is imparted to help students develop their soft skills and life skills. This enables the students to be better citizen with good inter personal skills & favorable self concept.
Computer Fundamentals: The subject offers basic computer skills for non computer science students.

Value Education
Value Education is built into weekly activities in the college

To instill core moral values in students.
To develop in students a sense of moral consciousness.
To enrich students personal development

Value education classes are conducted by the faculty members and also the external resource persons. Through interesting discussions, exercises, role plays and films good values are instilled in young minds.



Practical learning
Training & assessment by industry partners
Internship & placements

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