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WELCOME TO MOTILAL NEHRU COLLEGE
Dear students,
I take this opportunity to welcome you all on behalf of the staff
and other stakeholders of this college. I am aware that getting
admission into such a college in Delhi University is an
achievement and I congratulate all of you for that.
I also take this opportunity to inform you that Motilal Nehru
College which was established in the year 1964, will be celebrating
its Golden Jubilee this year. As students of this great institution,
you will be part of celebrating a wonderful moment in its history
while you start and continue your journey for a wholesome and
fruitful academic experience under the Four Year Undergraduate
Programme (FYUP).
Principal
THE FOUR YEAR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM (FYUP)
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The FYUP program was introduced keeping in mind the demands of modern day education. Flexibility
in choice and the interdisciplinary nature of subjects to be taught are the key to a modern successful
education.
Under this programme, students will have to study total 20 major subjects at a deep level for Bachelor
with Honours in each course which are called Discipline Courses-I (DC-I).
In the 4 Year Undergraduate Programme, students will be offered 6 minor subjects of their liking for
additional knowledge and building their competencies outside their main subjects of study. These
subjects are called Discipline Courses-II (DC-II). You will be studying the Discipline II papers from
the 2 year (3rd Semester)
Apart from DC-I and DC-II courses, you will also be studying 11 Foundation Courses (FC), 1 Applied
Language Course, and another 4 skilled based subjects known as Applied Courses (AC), spread across
the semesters.
You will also be studying a paper called Integrated Mind Body & Heart (IMBH). This is a practiceoriented programme of study. The course will foster a value system that relies on actions stemming in
harmony with an inner value system. This will only be taught in the first Year.
The Foundation Courses and the Application Courses are Compulsory in nature and the course on
IMBH is a Non-Credit Course.
It is important to note that you may also apply for your masters programme based on your choice of the
Discipline II (DC-II) subject.
The flexible nature of the programme allows the student to exit after the 2nd year with a Diploma, 3rd
year with a Bachelor’s degree and finally a Bachelor’s with Honours after 4 years.
THE FYUP STRUCTURE
BEFORE WE MOVE ON TO THE COURSES THAT YOU WILL BE STUDYING THROUGH
THE FOUR YEARS, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING.
Students from different disciplines have been grouped into TWO groups GROUP - ‘A’ and
GROUP - ‘B’ according to their disciplines.
GROUP - ‘A’ will consist of students from the Disciplines of
 Economics (2 Sections)
 History (2 Sections)
 Hindi (2 Sections)
 Political Science (2 Sections)
 Mathematics (2 Sections)
 Physics (2 Sections)
Group - ‘B’ will consist of students from the Disciplines of
 Chemistry (2 Sections)
 Commerce (6 Sections)
 English (2 Sections)
 Sanskrit (1 Section)
***Please check with your respective departments /college office to confirm your section.
THE FOUNDATION COURSES (FC) UNDER THE FYUP IN THE
FIRST YEAR (SEMESTERS I & II)
Courses
 Language, Literature, and Creativity – I (Hindi/Sanskrit)***
 Language, Literature, and Creativity – II (English)
 Information Technology
 Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
 Science and Life
 Indian History and Culture
 Building Mathematical Ability
There will also be another Course in the First Year called Applied Language Course –
 English
 Hindi
 Sanskrit
***Students who have not studied Hindi or any other MIL beyond Standard VIII will opt for LLC-I
(Indian Literature)
THE FOUNDATION COURSES UNDER THE FYUP IN
THE SECOND YEAR (SEMESTERS III & IV)
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Governance and Citizenship
Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
Environment and Public Health
STUDENTS BELONGING TO
GROUP - A
WILL STUDY THE FOLLOWING FOUNDATION COURSES IN SEMESTER I
Language, Literature, and Creativity – I
 Information Technology
 Science and Life
 Applied Course I– (Language).
i) English
ii) Hindi
iii) Sanskrit
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STUDENTS BELONGING TO
GROUP - B
WILL STUDY THE FOLLOWING FOUNDATION COURSES IN SEMESTER I
Language, Literature, and Creativity – II (English)
 Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
 Indian History and Culture
 Building Mathematical Ability
*** You will be studying the Foundation Courses of the other Group in the next semester.
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FOUNDATION COURSES & CONCERNED DEPARTMENT(S)
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Language, Literature, and Creativity – I
Language, Literature, and Creativity – II (English)
Information Technology
Business, Entrepreneurship, and Management
Science and Life
Indian History and Culture
Building Mathematical Ability
Applied Language Course
Governance and Citizenship
Philosophy, Psychology, Communication and Life Skills
Geographic and Socio-Economic Diversity
Environment and Public Health
Dept of Hindi/Sanskrit
Dept of English
Dept of Comp. Sc/
Dept of Commerce
Dept of Physics/Chemistry
Dept of History
Dept of Mathematics
Dept. of Eng/Hindi/Sanskrit
Dept of Political Science
Guest Faculty
Dept of Economics
Dept of Biology

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