Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy
The degree of bachelor of philosophy is conferred on those who successfully complete the course in philosophy which extends over a period of three years for the non-graduates and two years for the graduates.
To be eligible
for the B.Ph. degree course, the students should obtain 60% marks in the aggregate for subjects other than languages of the first and the second year of the philosophy course (for the non-graduates who follow the three year
cycle) or of the first year of the philosophy course (for the graduates who follow the two year cycle).
A written dissertation on a philosophical theme with a minimum of 6000 words directed by one of the teachers of
the Faculty should be submitted by the students during the final year of the course. At the end of the Bachelor's course in Philosophy, there will be comprehensive examinations, both written and oral, in the subjects of Philosophy
(Part II). The oral examination is conducted by a panel of examiners. The students must get 50% marks for a pass in the comprehensive examinations, both written and oral.