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Three Year Under Graduate Degree Course Structure

Abstract of various BA and B.Com Degree Programs under Nagaland University

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NB: Adequate care has been taken to prepare this from the actual working of the Semester System. However, discrepancies, if any, may be confirmed with the Nagaland University.

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BA Syllabus at a glance

NB: Adequate care has been taken to prepare this from the actual working of the Semester System. However, discrepancies, if any, may be confirmed with the Nagaland University.

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 B.Com Syllabus at a glance

NB: Adequate care has been taken to prepare this from the actual working of the Semester System. However, discrepancies, if any, may be confirmed with the Nagaland University.

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Admission Process

NB. Admission Form cum Prospectus will be available after the declaration of the HSSLC / Class-XII (NBSE) Examinations.

Shri Digamber Jain Girls’ College (SDJGC) has been established and sponsored by Shri Digamber Jain Samaj, a minority socio-religious organization of Dimapur since 1993. The Samaj conceived this noble idea and started the college specifically to encourage and foster higher education and learning among the girls and also as a token of this Society’s sincere concern and care for women education. The aim and objective of the institution is to prepare young girls as responsible citizens of tomorrow and Management spares no means to achieve this goal. The College strives to be an institution of excellence imparting quality education in Arts and Commerce for bachelor's degree courses under the Nagaland University.


A non-transferable Identity Card is issued to each student of SDJGC after admission in the first week of commencement of the classes. The card together with a recent 2/2.5 size color photo contains relevant information of the card holder as furnished in the admission form. It is imperative that the student always carries the Id-Card, which must be produced as and when demanded by the college authority and for availing any service, viz. attending classes, issuance of documents, form fill up, etc.


The College Library is housed in the first floor. It has books prescribed for the under graduate courses. Important journals and news papers are regularly subscribed to. The reading room of the Library provides adequate space for reading to at least 100 students at a time. It remains open during the working hours of the College. The Library Card is issued to the student to enable her to borrow books from the Library subject to the Library Rules as modified from time to time.


The College provides Table Tennis, Carrom as well as Chess Boards in the Auditorium cum Girls’ Common Room for the entertainment of the students during off periods. Annual Sports meet is also held that allows the budding athletes to showcase their talent.

Annual Magazine

In order to give a platform to the creativity of the young minds, the College publishes the annual magazine, “JYOTSNA”, every year and every student is encouraged to contribute original articles for publication.

College Uniform

The students must wear SKY-BLUE KAMEEJ (knee length) with WHITE SALWAR (covering ankles) and WHITE DUPATTA on all working days, neat and tidy. A student not in proper uniform shall not be entertained for any service, whatsoever, on any day. Loitering around in uniform or getting involved in any unhealthy activity is considered an offense to the College and, as such, the student concerned will forfeit all her claims to being a student of this institution.

Admission Procedure

Admission is based purely on merit and cannot be claimed as a matter of right. Application Form, along with information brochure for admission to bachelor’s degree courses in both Arts and Commerce may be obtained from the College Office on cash payment of Rs. 150/- within 15 days from the declaration of the Result by the NBSE or till seats are available, whichever is earlier.

Documents to be submitted at the time of admission

One attested photostat copy each of the following:

  1. Marksheet of the HSSLC Examination.
  2. Admit Card (Class-X and Class-XII).
  3. HSSLC Pass Certificate and TC from the previous institution.
  4. Two copies of recent (2X 2.5 size) color photo with candidate’s name and signature on the back and one photo duly pasted on the Admission Application Form.
  5. Registration Card issued by the HSSchool Board/Council/University, and Migration Certificate if from another Board or University.
  6. Anti Ragging Affidavit duly signed by the candidate and the parent/guardian.
  7. Caste Certificate (compulsory for SC and OBC, or else they will be treated as General Category candidates).
  8. * Residence/Domicile Certificate.
  9. * Certificate of Annual Income of Parents/Affidavit to that effect.
  10. * Conduct/Character Certificate issued by the Head of the Institution last attended.
  11. * Certificate in support of Physical Challenges, if any.

NB: Star (*) Marked documents are not mandatory but must be submitted on demand. All the original certificates must be produced at the time of admission for verification. The original Registration Card and the TC, if any, must be submitted to the College at the time of admission for submission to the University. Once admitted, the same Registration Card cannot be returned unless the student applied for cancellation of admission within 1 month from the start of the session.

How to take admission

  • Fill in the particulars and attach/paste photos and documents as required
  • Submit the admission form for verification by the designated officials.
  • Get the Honors subject confirmed. Once allotted, the Honors subject will be changed only if seats are available. However, one may decide to drop honors to continue in General Course.
  • Produce the Intimation Letter and pay the Fees. Retain the cash receipt for later use like applying for scholarship.

Degree Programs

  • BA (General/Simple Pass)
  • BA Honours (English, Economics, History, Education and Pol-Science)
  • B.COM (General/Simple Pass)
  • B.Com Honours (Accounting & Finance, Management)

How to choose the Elective Subjects


  • General English is compulsory for all.
  • El-English is compulsory for English Honors.
  • Other honors students must choose their Honors Subject and two more elective subjects.
  • General course students must choose any three elective subjects.
  • Everybody must choose from Alt. English / Hindi as MIL to be taught in 3rd and 4th Semesters.
  • A student can opt for either Economics or Sociology as her optional subject, but not both of them.


  • Applicants for B.COM must choose either Accounting & Finance or Management as Honors.
  • B.Com General-Pass course do not have any choice of electives, all subjects are compulsory for them.
  • All students must choose from Alt.English / Hindi as MIL to be taught in 3rd and 4th Semesters

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Fee Structure

The fees for various courses for any semester (duration of six months) with effect from May 2019, are as follows:

Semester Fees : Rs. 5200/- (For six months at a time)

Tuition Fees : BA, B.Com (General / Honours) : @ Rs. 900/- per month

Total Fees payable for each semester (six months duration) : Rs. 10600/- (inclusive of all except university exam form fill-up fees)

Fees for the entire semester may be paid in full at the time of taking admission or in two installments as follows:

1st installment (Rs. 4750/-) : At the begining of the session.

2nd installment (Rs. 5850/-) : On or before 31st August (1st,3rd and 5th) and 28th Feb (2nd, 4th and 6th)

NB: Online payment facility is temprarily not available. Once it is up and running, you may pay fees online via our online payment gateway using internet or mobile banking, e-wallet, ATM booth, ATM card, debit card, credit card, etc of any bank. Transaction charges may differ from one bank to another.

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Code of Conduct

To cultivate the habit of disciplined life and to maintain and respect the decorum and dignity of the institution, all students of the S D Jain Girls’ College must abide by the following Code of Conduct:
  1. Silence and discipline must be observed in the classroom as well as in the entire campus of the institution. A student must maintain a high standard of discipline and abide by the rules and regulations of the College.
  2. All courses of studies in SDJGC are full-time courses. No student can take more than one full-time course simultaneously. However, “Add-On” courses may be taken by a student outside the regular class-hours.
  3. Smoking, consumption or possession of pan, tobacco products, alcohol, drugs, narcotics and other psychotropic substances is strictly prohibited in the college campus.
  4. Ragging in any form in the college campus is prohibited.
  5. Union or Association of students shall be allowed to be organized only with the prior approval of the College Management. To display or circulate any notice, etc, anywhere in the college premise, students must obtain the written permission of the college authority. No student or group of students is allowed to report any matter concerning the College to any outsider without first submitting a written report to the College Authority.
  6. Loss of the Identity Card must be reported to the College authorities immediately; and, the concerned student must apply for a duplicate Identity Card, as early as possible, by paying the requisite fees and a recent self-attested photograph.
  7. The College authority reserves the right to impose fine, suspend, or expel any student whose conduct is considered to be detrimental / prejudicial to the interests of the College as a Higher Educational Institution subject to the existing Rules & Regulations of the NU and UGC.
  8. Using of Mobile Phones or similar other gadgets in classroom, or in the corridors when classes are on, is strictly prohibited.
  9. A student must attend the classes regularly and punctually and 80% attendance is mandatory to be eligible to write any examination.
  10. Medical Leave, etc, may relax this by 5% but in no case shall exempt any student from attaining the 75% of class attendance in each subject.
  11. A student must satisfy the Principal with good conduct and a sound moral character.
  12. A student must pass all the internal tests to be eligible to fill up form for the final examinations.
  13. Application for re-evaluation of answer script/s of any internal or end semester examination shall be referred to the IQAC or, in its absence, to an Empowered Committee consisting of Faculty members and such other members as the competent authority may deem necessary. However, students are advised desist from vague allegations.
  14. Students must pay the fees in time to avoid unnecessary complications
  15. Marks can be shown to a student only on production of original Admit Card.
  16. Only a student in person can be issued the certificate asked for after due verification of records.
  17. Adopting unfair means in the examination shall invite automatic expulsion from the Examination Hall as well as from the College.
Further Notes
  • Taking non-vegetarian items or food in the College campus is prohibited.
  • Avoid trespassing into the School or Temple building annexed to the college.
  • Familiarize yourself with the rules, and look up the Notice Board daily as soon as you arrive and before you leave the College.
  • Get a cash receipt for all payments made in the College office.
  • Be attentive in the class: a lesson missed is missed forever.
  • Don’t move about in the corridors unnecessarily when other classes are going on.
  • Maintain decorum in the Library with quiet, decent and helpful gesture.
NB: Violation of any rule, unsatisfactory progress, irregular attendance, and non-clearance of college fees in time, showing discourtesy to the teachers or other staff members, etc, shall be dealt with disciplinary action leading to forced TC, debarment or expulsion from the College. Decision of the Principal is final and binding in all academic and disciplinary matters. Non-compliance would automatically invite disciplinary proceedings.

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