Karim City College

Programme Specific Outcome

 FACULTY OF SCIENCES

 

 

B.Sc. Botany (Hons.)

  • To know about natural products.
  • Detail knowledge about microbes.
  • Study of medicinal plants & their uses.
  • To know detail knowledge of bio-diversity.
  • To know the environmental pollution remedies.
  • To know about forest conservation & soil conservation.
  • To know about the Agroforestry.
  • To know about the plant disease & develop awareness among farmers.

 

B.Sc. Chemistry (Hons.)

  • To encourage students to fix their feet and bright their carrier in the fields of science and technology for sustainable future and solve the emerging opportunities and challenges.
  • To encourage our budding scientist in the field of chemical research for human well beings.
  • To encourage and motivate the students to understand the chemistry in our daily life.
  • To inspire students to follow the principles of green chemistry which provides guideline for the exploration of nature without disturbing equilibrium of the nature.
  • We help the students to understand theoretical chemistry by its practical applications in which traditional and modern apparatus are used.
  • To create awareness and understanding of various critical perspectives and environmental challenges.
  • To encourage students to adopt comparative understanding with mathematical, biological and social sciences.
  • To understand the diversity of the subject in the different fields.
  • To encourage the student towards creativity and generates scientific attitude.

 

B.Sc. Mathematics (Hons.)

 On completion of the programme student will be able to :

  • Create a hypothesis and appreciate how it relates to broader theories.
  • Evaluate hypothesis, theories, methods and evidence within their proper contexts.
  • Solve complex problems by critical understanding, analysis and synthesis.
  • Demonstrate engagement with current research and developments in the subject.
  • Critically interpret data, write reports and apply the basics of ruled of evidence.
  • Select, interpret and critically evaluate information from a range of sources that include books, scientific reports, journals, case studies and the internet.
  • Develop proficiency in the analysis of Complex Mathematical Problems and the use of Mathematical or other appropriate techniques to solve them.
  • Demonstrate skills in the use of Computers for control, data acquisition, and data analysis in experimental investigations
  • Provide a systematic understanding of core Mathematical concepts, principles and theories along with their applications
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams by working cooperatively, creatively, and responsibly as a member of a team.
  • Communicate effectively by oral, written, computing and graphical means.
  • Recognize the need to encourage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

 

    Career Avenues:

  • Career Opportunities exist in teaching in schools & Colleges(after M.sc., B.Ed/Net/Ph.D) where any of the science subjects is an important discipline.
  • Indian Administrative services and other state and central Govt. Services where knowledge of science subjects is an advantage.
  • Careers in Organization/Industries where a high level of competence in and dependence of Mathematics is demanded.

 

B.Sc. Physics (Hons.)

Upon completion of the B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics programme students will be able to:

  • Create a hypothesis and appreciate how it relates to broader theories.
  • Evaluate hypothesis, theories, methods and evidence within their proper contexts.
  • Solve complex problems by critical understanding, analysis and synthesis.
  • Demonstrate engagement with current research and developments in the subject.
  • Critically interpret data, write reports and apply the basics of rules of evidence.
  • Select, interpret and critically evaluate information from a range of sources that include books, scientific reports, journals, case studies and the internet.
  • Develop proficiency in the analysis of complex physical problems and the use of mathematical or other appropriate techniques to solve them.
  • Demonstrate skills in the use of computers for control, data acquisition and data analysis in experimental investigations.   
  • Provide a systemic understanding of core physical concepts, principles and theories along with their applications.
  • Function o n multidisciplinary teams by working cooperatively, creatively and responsibly as a member of a team.
  • Communicate effectively by oral, written, computing and graphical means.
  • Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

   Career Avenues:

  • Career opportunities exist in teaching in schools & colleges (after M.Sc.) where any of the science subjects is an important discipline.
  • Indian Administrative Services and other State and Central Govt. Services where knowledge of science subjects is an advantage.
  • Careers in organizations/industries where a high level of competence in and dependence on Physical is demanded.

 

B.Sc. Zoology (Hons.)

  • To know about animal kingdom.
  • Detail knowledge about animals of different phyla.
  • Study of genetic disorders and causes.
  • To know detail knowledge of bio-diversity.
  • To know the environmental pollution remedies.
  • To know about conservation of wildlife.
  • To know about the zoology and economy.
  • To know about the bacterial, viral and veneral diseases and their control.

 


 FACULTY OF COMMERCE

 

  • To acquire conceptual knowledge of the financial accounting.
  • Acquire skills for recording various types of business transactions.
  • Get the basic knowledge of the important business laws along with relevant case laws.
  • The basic principles of economics expose the students towards  micro economic theory. Its emphasizes that how micro economic concepts can be applied to real life situations.
  • To help regarding the conceptual knowledge of  corporate accounting and to learn the techniques of preparing the financial statements.
  •  To impart basic knowledge of the provisions of the Companies Act 2013.
  • Provides knowledge regarding the preliminary knowledge associated with the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variables like savings, investment, GDP, money inflation, and the balance of payments.
  • It provides knowledge of auditing principals, procedures and techniques in accordance with current legal equipment and professional standards.
  • To provide basic knowledge and equip someone with application of principles and provisions of Income Tax Act, 1961.
  • To provide with an understanding of basic management concepts, principles and practices.
  • Seeks to enable the students to grasp the major economic problems in India and their solutions. It also seeks to provide an understanding of modern tools of macro economic analysis.
  • To acquaint the basic concepts of management accounting and various methods involved in cost ascertainment system.
  • To familiarize students with the basic statistical tools to summarize and analyze quantitative information for decision making.
  • To provide computer skill and knowledge for commerce students and to enhance the student understanding of usefulness of information technology tools for business operations and also gain knowledge about computer accounting.
  • To acquaint students with the techniques and principles to manage human resource of an organization.
  • To familiarize the candidates with the principles and practices of financial management.
  • To impart knowledge about basic principles of the banking and insurance and also make familiar with mechanism for conducting business transactions through electronic means.
  • To provide conceptual and practical knowledge about electronic filing of tax returns.
  • To provide conceptual and practical knowledge regarding entrepreneurship and small business management.
  • To provide knowledge regarding  GST and its practical application in day to day life.
  • To provide  basic knowledge  of concepts, principles and tools and techniques of marketing.
  • Giving exposure to students regarding different aspects of setting up a new business.

 


 

 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

 

B.A English (Hons.)

  • To inculcate in the student an understanding of literature, its socio-political and cultural underpinnings, and its moral, creative and revolutionary potential.
  • To inspire students to view literary history as a continuum of shifting perspectives and new creative ideas.
  • To instill an understanding of the various genres of literature their nature and characteristics and to inspire an engagement with the practical examples of the form.
  • To instill in students an awareness and understanding of various critical perspectives and to encourage them to apply the same to all forms of literature across its staggering diversity.
  • To encourage students to develop and adopt a comparative approach to literature.
  • To encourage creativity in students through close reading of significant literary texts from various genres included in the curriculum.
  • To view literature as an important agency of socio-cultural transformation.

 

B.A Hindi (Hons.) 

After completion of B.A. HINDI (HONS), a student will be able to…

  • Understand the history of Hindi Literature in the context of the present scenario and develop a futuristic outlook.
  • Understand the different streams of poetry of different eras, like the freedom struggle developing feelings of patriotism, and also differentiate between poetry for common people and class people, as well as their impact at the national and international levels.
  • To understand literary criticism and theoretical perspectives of Hindi literature and become capable of literary writing.
  •  Understand and define correctly different issues present in Indian society (poverty, illiteracy, capitalism, gender issues, and caste and class issues) by studying stories, novels, dramas and other prose.
  • Have a clear concept of communication and mass media, their history, types, importance and uses in the present era, along with the ability to develop writing skills in regard to this and build a career in this field.
  • Be a thoughtful, skilled, independent, worthy and competent citizen of the society, nation and world.

 

B.A Philosophy (Hons.)

  • After completing graduation in philosophy a student can develop reasoning power to understand something systematically or methodically.
  • A Student can improve his/her critical thinking skill.
  • A Student can develop his/her communication skill, charity relevances in written and oral presentations.
  • Ability to act morally or ethically.
  • Awareness of one’s own thinking and use of language.
  • A Student can know that philosophy is a good way to know certain things about logic, epistemology, metaphysics, ethics; more other various issues as Social, Political, environmental & professional ethics; and also about laws of nature, causal relations and things that exist in the world.

 

 


 

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

 

B.A. Economics (Hons.)

  • To understand the basics of Economics.
  • To demonstrate an understanding of basic functioning of Indian economy.
  • To demonstrate knowledge of terms and concepts, empirical tools, problem solving skills and strong understanding of policies related to Economics.
  • To recognize and appreciate the diversity of views about economic problems that have historically been expressed and to analyze social problems and public policies.
  • To understand how to make rational choice using economic principles.
  • To equip students with reasoning skills problems solving techniques needed to understand adverse set of issues such as how macroeconomic policies affect economic growth.
  • To describe the institutions in India that shape policies to achieve their goals in addressing issues of unemployment, inflation, exchange rates, balance of payments, economic growth etc in present global context.
  • To identify, compile, and analyze quantitative economic data by expressing relationships between concepts through graphs, statistical and econometric analysis.
  • To understand the history of economic thought and the controversies among the major school of thought.
  • To understand and learn the basic terminology of micro and macro Economics, how market operates, the level of economic activity in an economy determined.

 

B.A. History (Hons.)

  • To distinguish facts from myths.
  • To develop a critical thinking of historical facts, events and interpretations.
  • To recognize causes and effects of events.
  • To have a knowledge and familiarity with multiple cultures.
  • To look at things in a global perspective.
  • To evaluate how history has been shaped throughout the ages.
  • To be able to evaluate historical information from multiple sources.

 

B.A. Geography (Hons.)

  • To study the physical as well as cultural elements of the environment and co-relate these elements with plant, animals and mankind.
  • To learn multifacial resources of our earth, their utilization and distribution.
  • To learn the techniques of adjustment with the sustainable resource development so that, each and every resource could be preserved.
  • To maintain the equilibrium between development utilization and exploitation so that life become peaceful and our planet is happy, devoid of pollution degradation and disparities.

 

 B.A. Political Science (Hons.)

  • To write clearly on issues of domestic, international politics and matters of public policy.
  • To participate as a civically enlightened and engaged member of society.
  • To form an independent opinion and options about political and policy problems.
  • To use electronic and traditional library resources to research key local, state, national and international policy matters
  • To demonstrate competency with basic tools being used in modern social science research-including statistical and quantitative analysis.
  • To demonstrate critical and analytical thinking by independently forming arguments both in favor and against key processes, institutions etc.
  • To discuss the major theories and concepts of political science and its sub-fields.
  • To demonstrate ample interest in the recent and contemporary developments like inter-disciplinary studies, area studies, peace studies, issues of feminism, geo-political studies etc.
  • To locate such issues which are responsible for either augmenting the process of peace and development or creates obstacles and hurdles.
  • To deliver thoughtful and well calibrated presentations of research findings.

 

B.A. Psychology (Hons.)

After the completion of this course following would be the outcome:

  • After completing this specifics course students will be able to understand the definition, development of psychology in India, subject matter, branches and methods of psychology.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of perception, perceptual organization, perception of depth and moment and illusion and hallucination.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept of learning and motivation and their theories and how to utilize these theories in their day to day life.
  • They will be able to understand the nature of memory, types of memory and how to improve memory.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of statistics, types of statistics, measurement and its types. Different types of graphical representations and its utilization in research and daily life.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of bio-psychology, its nature, its scope, type of nervous system, endocrine system and functions of glands.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of individuality, the nature of personality, different types of personality, determinants of personality, concept of  intelligence, theories of intelligence, emotional intelligence and emotional testing. They also will be able to understand the role of culture on personality and how to enhance the individual potential.
  • The students will be able to understand the history of psychology and pioneer of different psychological schools and their contribution in the field of psychology. (Psychophysics, psychoanalysis, gestalt, behaviorism, humanistic etc.)
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of research, types of research, ethics of research, qualities of good research, sampling and its types, different methods of research, the concept of psychological testing and standardization of a test.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of social psychology, its scope, its current status, social interaction and influence and group dynamics in their life and how to apply them.
  • Students will able to understand the concept of normality and abnormality, it criteria and classification, different types of symptoms and etiology of disorders like (anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, somatoform disorder, conversion disorder, hypochondriacs, Schizophrenia and its types and mental retardation.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of psychotherapies, different forms of psychotherapies and their uses and application in day to day life.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept of growth and development, process of development, different types of development, different views and theories of development and role of socio cultural content for human development and how to apply this knowledge in day to day life.
  • Students will able to understand the nature of positive psychology and its significance in present era, they will also learn the concept of happiness, positive emotions, emotional intelligence, resilience and application of positive psychology in day to day life.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept of health psychology, relationship between cognitive and physical aspect, mind body relationship, barriers to health, nutrition and stress management. They will be able to apply this knowledge in day to day life.
  • They will be able to understand the concept of counseling, its nature, process of counseling, techniques of counseling and application of counseling in day to day life.
  • Students will be able to understand the historical and social context of community psychology, models of mental health services, community mental health, current and future application of community psychology.
  • Students will be able to understand the nature of organizational psychology, its contemporary trends, work related attitudes and work motivation, different leadership styles in organization, concept of organizational stress and its causes and management.

 

 


 

MASTERS

M.Sc. in Mathematics

 On completion of the programme student will be able to :

  • Create a hypothesis and appreciate how it relates to broader theories.
  • Evaluate hypothesis, theories, methods and evidence within their proper contexts.
  • Solve complex problems by critical understanding, analysis and synthesis.
  • Demonstrate engagement with current research and developments in the subject.
  • Critically interpret data, write reports and apply the basics of ruled of evidence.
  • Select, interpret and critically evaluate information from a range of sources that include books, scientific reports, journals, case studies and the internet.
  • Develop proficiency in the analysis of Complex Mathematical Problems and the use of Mathematical or other appropriate techniques to solve them.
  • Demonstrate skills in the use of Computers for control, data acquisition, and data analysis in experimental investigations
  • Provide a systematic understanding of core Mathematical concepts, principles and theories along with their applications
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams by working cooperatively, creatively, and responsibly as a member of a team.
  • Communicate effectively by oral, written, computing and graphical means.
  • Recognize the need to encourage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

 

Career Avenues:

  • Career Opportunities exist in teaching in schools & Colleges(after M.sc., B.Ed/Net/Ph.D) where any of the science subjects is an important discipline.
  • Indian Administrative services and other state and central Govt. Services where knowledge of science subjects is an advantage.
  • Careers in Organization/Industries where a high level of competence in and dependence of Mathematics is demanded.

 

 

M.A Psychology 

After the completion of this course:

  • Students will be able to understand the history and development of psychology in India, resent trends in psychology and methodological problems, nature of perception, different approach to study perception, role of social and personal factors in perception. Students will be able to understand nature of learning, different theories of learning and its role in daily life. Students will be able to under nature of memory, attention, their theories and their application in their daily life.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of research, types of research, ethics of research, qualities of good research, sampling and its types, different methods of research, the concept of psychological testing and standardization of a test.
  • Students will be able to understand the nature of industrial/ organizational psychology, its contemporary trends, theories of organization behavior, organizational development and organizational change, communication in organization, types of communication in organization,  work related attitudes and work motivation, different leadership styles in organization, industrial training and types, industrial accident and accident proneness, concept of organizational stress and its causes and management.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of research, types of research, ethics of research, qualities of good research, stages of psychological research, sampling and its types, different methods of research, the concept of psychological testing and construction and standardization of a test.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of statistics, types of statistics, measurement and its types, calculation of ANOVA chai square, t-ratio, correlation, point bi-serial correlation etc.. Different types of graphical representations and its utilization in research and daily life.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept, nature of crime, the social context of crime, changing nature of crime, victimization, different theories of crime viz; cognitive theory, Eysenck’s bio-social theory, social learning theory of crime, psychoanalysis and crime, juvenile offenders, childhood and anti social behavior, social interventions on reducing crimionogenic effects: sex offences and life span development and criminal careers.
  • The students will be able to understand the concept of social psychology, its scope, its current status in Indian context, role of caste and joint family system; religion and ethnicity and child rearing practices, social change concept in Indian context, Indian model personality, and theory of national character, agents of social change; sanskritization, urbanization, industrialization, globalization, social interaction and influence and group dynamics. They will understand it deeply and will know when and how to apply them.
  • Students will able to understand the nature of positive psychology and its significance in present era, they will also learn the concept of spiritual well-being, life satisfaction, peace and happiness, positive emotions, emotional intelligence, resilience, theoretical framework , strategies to enhance happiness, character strengths and virtues, its assessment, nurturance; barriers in developing strength and virtue, meeting life challenges: stress and its types, assessment of stress, how to promote healthy coping strategies and life skills and application of positive psychology in day to day life.
  • After the competition of  this course students will know and able to understand, alienation and delinquency, consequences and prevention of delinquency, the psychology of adolescents, adolescent sexuality-sexual attitude and value determinants, drug abuse and its types, psychological and psycho-physiological problems like phobias, depression, suicide, psycho physiological problems, eating disorders, borderline disorders and their treatments.
  • After finishing this course students will be able to understand apply the concept of culture and its nature, mechanism of culture transmission, work value, commitment, communication and interpersonal dynamics, marginal techniques, organizational  development and change, culture and social behavior, conformity, values, individualism-collectivism, gender roles and socialization process, acculturation and adaption, tribes, refuges, behaviors shifts and acculturative stress; causal moderating factors.
  • Students will be able to assess the personality of an individual by using Cattels’ 16 PF, Maudsley personality inventory, Thematic Apperception Test, Rorschach test, word association test and Sinha Anxiety scale.
  • Students will able to write research proposals and design and conduct theoretical, empirical and applied psychological  researches.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept of psychophysics and will be able to conduct and an experiment on any psychological construct like, two point threshold, relative efficacy of distributed and massed practices, fatigue and mental work, retention for completed and interrupted task zeigarnik effect, memory, intelligence etc.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept, nature, methods of environmental psychology, different approaches to study environmental psychology, social issues related to environmental psychology, theories of crowding, and its effects on human behavior, environmental stress and management of stress caused from natural hazard, technological hazards, man-made hazards, nature of pollution, its types and physiological and psychological consequences of pollution (noise, air, water and thought).
  • Students will be able to understand the nature of peace psychology, status of peace psychology in India, mental health concept and its indicators, drug abuse, mental health promotion and health education.
  • Students will able to understand the concept of normality and abnormality, methods of abnormal psychology, meaning of diagnosis, different types of therapies (directive, and non directive), behavior therapy, psychoanalytic therapy and their process, different types of symptoms and etiology of disorders like (anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, somatoform disorder, conversion disorder, hypochondriacs, Schizophrenia and its types and mental retardation, and promoting mental health program.

The courses in post graduation in Psychology are meant for making an individual to face challenges and work in all spheres of life. These courses are designed in such a manner that the students will be able to understand the basis nature of human beings in relation with the environment. The researchers and psychologists have tried their best to develop course model in a scientific way so that the students of psychology may develop insight and aggregate global capacity to think rationally, act purposefully and deal effectively with all facets of  environment. Thus the psychology is the fascinating journey between the human mind and behavior it is a science which solves problems all walks of life.

 

 


 

 FACULTY OF EDUCATION

  • To understand the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the disciplines and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful.
  • To understand how children learn and develop, how they differ in their approaches to learning and create learning opportunities that are adapted to diverse learners and learning contexts.
  • To plan learning experiences that are based on learner’s existing proficiency, interests, experiences including misconceptions and errors, and understand how students come to view, develop and make sense of subject matter contained in the learning experiences.
  • To use knowledge of effective verbal, nonverbal and media communication techniques to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom.
  • To understand and use formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social and physical developments of the learner.
  • To develop self identity as a teacher through school-based experiences and reflective practices that continually evaluate the effects of his/her choices and actions.
  • To understand and use various learner centered methods of teaching to make classroom teaching effective & meaningful & improve the quality of education.
  • To understand and use statistical methods to analyze & interpret results of the assessment.
  • To familiarize the educational development in India before independence and follow the characteristics of education which are helpful in improving present education system.
  • To understand Governments policy perspective, suggestion & recommendations of different commissions, their implementation to make teaching – learning process more effective for future generation.
  • To develop an understanding of the contemporary Indian Society, with special reference to education, systematize experiences and strengthening the professional competencies.
  • To be able to interact with children from diverse Socio economic and diverse backgrounds, identify the challenge in and overcoming gender inequalities in school, classroom, curriculum, textbooks, social institutions, etc.
  • To develop an understanding of paradigm shift in conceptualizing disciplinary knowledge in school curriculum, integrate and apply ICT in facilitating teaching-learning process and in school managements and have firsthand experience of all the school activities.
  • To recognize the constitutional values and their importance for social harmony.
  • To use various tools and techniques of guidance in appropriate contexts.
  • To play the role of a good school counselor at secondary level education.
  • To practice yoga for peaceful and harmonious living and at the same time will be able to teach and train school students for the same.
  • To guide and train students for craftworks like woodwork, tailoring etc. and prepare them for their livelihood.
  • To acquire necessary competencies in organizing learning experiences.
  • To engage with self, child, community and school to establish close connections between different curricular areas,

 

 


 VOCATIONAL COURSES

 

BACHELORS IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

  • To have a sound understanding of computer applications which can give them a perfect start for a challenging career in the field of information technology. This program prepares students with the necessary skills to build successful careers in the information sector. The curriculum is truly tuned for the holistic development of the students and aims at nurturing them as proficient programmers and computer professionals.
  • BCA graduates are able to develop and prepare documents, projects, presentations, design websites and demonstrate skills in running software programs. Besides imparting theoretical knowledge, a lot of stress is laid on hands-on training and overall development of the personality.
  • To work gainfully in software services companies, outsourcing companies, and other allied sectors.
  • To impart advanced knowledge in various areas of computer applications. It has been designed in such a way that student can complete it based on their advanced coursework. The structure of this program fosters a highly varied learning orientation in students by balancing core courses, advanced elective courses, and a substantial dissertation or project.
  • To impart employability and creativity to the students so that they live up to the standards of the IT industry. During this program, an effective Industry – Institute interaction is achieved through seminars and workshops.
  • To encourage the proficient symposium between the students and the participating managers from the industry. In addition, it also provides the students a chance to visualize their roles in the industry beforehand. It thus enhances knowledge of the students by interacting with the Industry skills, and their leadership qualities.

 

 

BACHELORS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • To offer pathways to highly-demanded careers in IT.
  • To train to to manufacture, maintain and use computers as well as to write softwares required for the effective and efficient use of the computers and IT.
  • To equip students with the knowledge of the latest technologies, which are required in IT industry.
  •  To train to develop, design and analyze the software as per requirement by the client.
  • To develop software based on real world problems using n numbers of front end and backend technologies which they learned while graduating.

 

 

MASTERS IN MASS COMMUNICATION

  • To provide the students with a complete, systematic and deep knowledge of the theories of communication.
  • To give them a sound practical knowledge of the technologies involved in the field and also the techniques of good results.
  • To take care of their all-round development through on job trainings, workshops and various academic and field activities.
  • To  make them aware of the job prospects and also the  scenario in industry.

 

 

 

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