Bachelor of Science (Hon’s)

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Honors program in Statistics fosters at specializing and training in statistical methodology in its theoretical, practical/applied, and in scientific research aspects of modern age particularly with computer intensiveness.

 This program shall extend over a period of four academic years that is divided into four levels viz: Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV. Each part denotes one academic year (July to June). The courses offered in this program are of theoretical and practical nature. The total units of courses is 34, totaling 3400 marks, of which 25½ units are theoretical courses, 6 units are practical courses, ½ unit for project report and 2 units of viva-voce.

 

 

Part

Nature of course

Units

Credit Hours

Marks

I

Theoretical

Practical

Viva-voce

5 ½

1

½

22

4

2

550

100

50

II

Theoretical

Practical

Viva-voce

6

1

½

24

4

2

650

100

50

III

Theoretical

Practical

Viva-voce

6 ½

2

½

26

8

2

650

200

50

IV

Theoretical

Practical

Viva-voce

Report

2

½

½

30

8

2

2

700

200

50

50

Total

 

34

136

3400

 

The class attendance carries 10% of the total marks in all courses (theoretical and practical). The course-end examinations carry 70% marks both in theoretical and practical courses, while 20% of the total marks are allocated for tutorial examinations that spread through the whole academic year. The students shall have to submit a report carrying 50 marks at the end of the Part IV (fourth year). The topic of which shall be approved by the Chairperson of the Department on the recommendation of the research supervisor, which shall be submitted on or before the day that are fixed by the Part IV examination committee. At the end of all course examinations in each academic year students shall have to face an interview board for viva-voce that carries 50 marks.

The assessment of students in a particular course will be based on the marks obtained in the (i) class works in the form of class attendance and tutorials, and (ii) course-end examinations. The course-end examinations shall be held at the end of the First Year, Second Year, Third Year and Fourth Year, respectively.    

 

 

 

 

 

Syllabus for B.Sc. (Hons.) in Statistics