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General Elective

Generic & Discipline Specific Electives

Generic Electives (GE) are those subjects which are to be opted by students of a department offered by other departments of the University. Generic Electives are offered only to undergraduate students. A student has to opt and study two GE courses from 1st to 4th Semester comprising a total of 24 credits.

For Example, a student of B.A. Political Science (H) can choose one course from Economics and another from Fine Arts. A basket of courses is available to students from all the schools of the University. As specified in the CBCS system and suggested by UGC, any student wishing to earn extra credits, over and above the normal credits, can additionally opt for 2 GE courses in the last 2 semesters and this will also be reflected in their transcripts.

Discipline Specific Electives (DSE) are elective courses related to a program opted by a student aimed to enhance students’ in-depth subject knowledge and can be chosen from a basket of many subjects offered by the department. The DSE subjects for UG courses are offered in last two semesters while PG students have to choose 1 to 3 courses in every semester depending upon the courses offered in the program. For Example, a B.Sc. (H) Chemistry student can opt for subjects on Organic or Inorganic or Physical Chemistry or any other subjects offered by the Department of Chemistry.

Contact Details:
Mr. Jugal Kishore Bhattacharyya
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Co-ordinator, AECC/AEEC/GE Courses, Royal Global University
Contact No.: 69000-84669


List of Generic Elective Course for all courses


Generic Elective-(list-1)
Students will choose a course from this list and continue the same course till 4th semester. They are not allowed to change the course after any semester. These courses are not applicable for RSA, RSC, RSFA, RSD, RSET, RSN and RSP

Schools Departments Generic Elective Courses Offered Pre-requisite
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Mathematics Mathematics – I (Sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools having Mathematics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Mathematics Mathematics – II (Sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools having Mathematics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Mathematics Mathematics – III (Sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools having Mathematics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Mathematics Mathematics – IV (Sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools having Mathematics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Chemistry Chemistry – I (Sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools having Chemistry at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Chemistry Chemistry – II (Sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools having Chemistry at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Chemistry Chemistry – III (Sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools having Chemistry at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Chemistry Chemistry – IV (Sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools having Chemistry at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Physics Mathematical Physics, Mechanics & Properties of Matter & Ultrasonic (Sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools having Physics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Physics Electricity and Magnetism (Sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools having Physics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Physics Optics and Atomic Physics (Sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools having Physics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Applied and Pure Sciences (RSAPS)Physics Electronics and Nuclear Physics (Sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools having Physics at 10+2 Level
Royal School of Languages (RSL)English English Literature: Rhetoric of Representation (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Languages (RSL)English English Literature: Voices, Rhythms, Syntax (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Languages (RSL)English English Literature: Genres, Sounds , Words (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Languages (RSL)English English Literature: Forms and Variations (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Economics Micro Economics (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Economics Macro Economics (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Economics Public Finance (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Economics Indian Economics (Sem-4) No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Sociology Introduction to Sociology and Basic Concepts (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Sociology Sociology of India –I (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Sociology Sociological Thinkers (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Sociology Sociology of India –II (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Political ScienceIndian Political system (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Political ScienceNature of Indian Political Processes (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Political SciencePublic Administration (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Political ScienceInternational Relations (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)History Mughal India 1526-1757 (Sem-)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)History Issues in Contemporary World (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)History Rise of Modern Nationalism (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)History History of China and Japan (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Social WorkSocial Work with Response to Health Care (Sem-I)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Social WorkPalliative Care in Social Work (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Social WorkSocial Work with Children, Youth, Women and Older Persons (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Humanities and Social Sciences (RSHSS)Social WorkInternational Social Work (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fine Arts (RSFA)Fine ArtsDrawing and Study (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fine Arts (RSFA)Fine ArtsPainting (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fine Arts (RSFA)Fine ArtsDesign (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fine Arts (RSFA)Fine ArtsArt and Craft (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Communications and Media (RSCOM) Communication & MediaIntro. To Communication & Photography (Sem-1) No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Communications and Media (RSCOM) Communication & MediaSound & Radio (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Communications and Media (RSCOM) Communication & MediaVideography (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Communications and Media (RSCOM) Communication & MediaAdvertising and Public Relations (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fashion Design & Technology (RSFT)Fashion Design and ConceptFashion Design and Concept (Sem-I)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fashion Design & Technology (RSFT)Fashion Design and ConceptDesign Process (Sem-II)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fashion Design & Technology (RSFT)Fashion Design and ConceptSurface Ornamentations (Sem-III)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Fashion Design & Technology (RSFT)Fashion Design and ConceptFashion Image Styling (Sem-IV)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Behavioral& Allied Sciences (RSBAS) Psychology Introduction to Psychology – I (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Behavioral& Allied Sciences (RSBAS) Psychology Introduction to Psychology – II (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Behavioral& Allied Sciences (RSBAS) Psychology Organizational Behaviour – I (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Behavioral& Allied Sciences (RSBAS) Psychology Organizational Behaviour– II (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Law and Administration (RSLA)Law and Administration Elements of Indian Constitutions (Sem-1)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Law and Administration (RSLA)Law and Administration Fundamentals of Criminal Laws (Sem-2)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Law and Administration (RSLA)Law and Administration Principles of Environmental Laws (Sem-3)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Law and Administration (RSLA)Law and Administration Cyber Law and Cyber Crime (Sem-4)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)BotanyBiodiversity in Plant (sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)BotanyMushroom Cultivation (sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)BotanyBotany in Rural Communities (sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)BotanyEnvironmental Bio-Technology (sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)Zoology Animal Diversity (sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)Zoology Food, Nutrition and Health (sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)Zoology Human Physiology (sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Life Sciences (RSLSC)Zoology Aquatic Biology (sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-TechnologyBio-Technology and Human Welfare(sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-TechnologyBio-Ethics and Bio-Safety (sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-TechnologyDevelopmental Biology (sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-TechnologyEntrepreneurship Development (sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-ChemistryProteins and Enzyme (sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-ChemistryIntermediary Metabolism (sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-ChemistryFundamentals of Cell Biology and Immunology (sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-ChemistryBio-Chemical Correlations in Diseases (sem-4)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Bio-ChemistryMicrobial Disease and its Diagnosis (sem-1)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Micro BiologyAntibiotic Resistance and its diagnosis (Sem-2)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Micro BiologyPlant Pathology and Plant Microbes Interaction (Sem-3)Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Bio- Sciences (RSBSC)Micro BiologyAutomation in Microbiology (Sem-3) Open for UG students across all schools with Science Back-ground
Royal School of Architecture (RSA)Interior DesignInterior Design – I (Sem-I)Entrance Examination
Royal School of Architecture (RSA)Interior DesignInterior Design – II (Sem-II)Entrance Examination
Royal School of Architecture (RSA)Interior DesignInterior Design – III (Sem-III)Entrance Examination
Royal School of Architecture (RSA)Interior DesignInterior Design – IV (Sem-IV)Entrance Examination
Royal School of Information & Technology Information and Technology Web Development in JAVA Script (Sem-I) No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Information & Technology Information and Technology Server Side Programming with Ruby and Rails (Sem-II) No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Information & Technology Information and Technology Front and Development with React & Type script (Sem-III)No Pre-requisite
Royal School of Information & Technology Information and Technology Project (Sem-IV)No Pre-requisite


Generic Elective - (list-2)
A student will get a basket of choice based courses every semester under this category of GE courses. The students will choose a course from this list in Odd and Even Semesters as their GE-2. These courses do not have any Pre-requisite and the courses are open for all UG students across all Schools, other than RSN.

Schools Departments Generic Electives for EVEN Sem. Generic Electives for ODD Sem.
RSBBusiness AdministrationInnovation Management
RSAPSMathematicsFundamentals of MathematicsAptitude and Quantitative Ability
RSAPSChemistryBasic Analytical Chemistry Environment and Green Chemistry
RSAPSPhysicsFundamentals of PhysicsBasics of Practical Physics
RSTTMTravel and Tourism Business Tourism Basics of Tour Operation and Ticketing
RSHMHotel ManagementFront Office ManagementHospitality Operations
RSNNursingPreventive Health Science First Aid
RSPADance Principles of Kathak/Sattriya/Bharatnatyam- Basic Idea Basic Techniques of Dance
RSBScBio-TechnologyBio-fertilizerEcosystem Degradation and Intervention
RSBScBio-ChemistryImmunity and HealthBio-Technical Application in Forensic
RSBScMicro BiologyIntroductory VirologyMicrobes in Sustainable Agriculture and Development
RSLScBotanyNursery and Gardening Plant Ecology and Economic Botany
RSLScZoologyHuman Health and Diseases Basics of Aqua-Culture
RSEESGeologyPhysical GeographyEarth Resources
RSEESGeographySoil ScienceRegional Development of North-East
RSLALawLegal LiteracySocio-Economic Offences
RSBASPsychologyUnderstanding and Managing Mental HealthPsychology for Health and Well-being
RSFAFine ArtsBasic Creative Drawing Basic Creative Painting
RSCOMMass Comm.Videography and Editing News Presentation and Radio Jockey
RSDFashion designFashion Styling Sustainable Product Development
RSHSSEconomicsBanking PracticesFundamentals of Financial Economics
RSHSSSociologySociology of GenderEnvironmental Sociology
RSHSSPolitical ScienceElectoral system in IndiaPeace and Conflict Management
RSHSSHistoryHistory of North-eastA General Introduction to Archaeology; An Insight into India’s Early and Medieval Past
RSHSSSocial WorkSocial work and NGO ManagementCommunity Organization
RSLEnglishTravel Writing Academic Writing and Composition
RSCCommerceBasics of AccountancyBasics of E-Commerce
RSITITMultimedia Tools and ApplicationsPython Programming
RASMASPharmacyPublic Health and Hygiene Ayurvedic Science of Food and Nutrition
RASMASPhysiotherapyBasics of PhysiotherapyPrinciples of Exercise Theory
RSAArchitectureCity and Art Computer Aided Design in Architecture
RSETMechanical Fundamentals of Automobile Engineering3D Modeling and Printing/Biomechanics
RSETCivilCivil Engineering and Sustainable GrowthRural Energy and Community Deployment
RSETComputer ScienceSocial Media Studies Open Source Software