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Friday, 16 March 2018 17:40

5th Youth Fest KU, Day 2

1st Prize in One Act Play

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5th Youth Fest KU, Day 1

1st Prize in Debate

1st Prize in Mime

2nd Prize in Poster Competition

 

Friday, 23 February 2018 09:53

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

Programme Outcome for all Undergraduate Programmes

(B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com.)

 

The following learning outcomes are shared by all the undergraduate programmes offered by the college:

  • To demonstrate information literacy, human responsibility and a civic and ecological awareness of the world.
  • To demonstrate a working knowledge of the important historical, social and intellectual events and movements that have impacted human values and institutions.
  • To demonstrate a general acquaintance with the core areas of the various disciplines grouped under ‘Humanities’, ‘Social Sciences’, ‘Sciences’ and ‘Commerce’ and to evince an advanced knowledge of at last one of these.
  • To develop an understanding of the basic processes and practices of research in their chosen disciplines of Arts, Science or Commerce and to understand and appreciate interdisciplinary approaches to study and research.
  • To demonstrate elementary knowledge of and ability to use at least two different languages.
  • To analyze data both qualitatively and quantitatively and to draw correct inferences.
  • To develop clarity in the expression of ideas, both in speech and in writing.
  • To develop basic computer skills required for study and employment.
  • To demonstrate competence in entry-level examinations for employment or higher studies.
  • To successfully apply skills and knowledge learned in the classroom to practical life.

 

 

Programme Outcome for all Postgraduate Programmes

(M.A./ M.Sc./ M.Com.)

The following learning outcomes are shared by all the postgraduate programmes offered by the college:

  • To demonstrate an advanced, specialized and well-rounded knowledge of the chosen academic discipline.
  • To critically apply theories, methodologies, and knowledge in order to address fundamental questions in their primary area of study. 
  • To demonstrate skills of critical evaluation and research within the field so as to be eligible for doctoral training as academic professionals in the discipline.
  • To demonstrate the ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical and professional contexts so as to evince eligibility to occupy positions of responsibility and leadership in the society at large.
  • To develop analytic thinking skills and sound oral and written communication skills so as to be able to communicate ideas effectively in a classroom or laboratory setting.
  • To integrate an advanced knowledge of ICT practices so as to make the best possible use of electronic sources for academic purposes.
  • To evince an interest in and knowledge of interdisciplinary frameworks of study, experiment, and research.
  • To develop creativity, sound judgment skills, autonomy, ethical maturity and academic integrity with regards to their chosen disciplines.
  • To develop an individual, subjective and original perspective on their chosen discipline.
  • To interact harmoniously and productively with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds as peers, mentors and leaders with integrity and professionalism.

 

 

 

 

Friday, 23 February 2018 09:47

Outcomes

Thursday, 22 February 2018 17:52

FACULTY OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

Faculty of Vocational Education

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Bachelor in Computer Applications

COURSE OUTCOME

Semester -1

BCA 101

Mathematics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • differential calculus, integration and other operations for certain types of functions, computation
  • integral calculus. approximation techniques for integration
  • differential equation
  • determining whether a sequence or a series is convergent or divergent and evaluation of the same
  • recognizing when and explaining why such operations are possible

 

 

BCA 102

Introduction to Computer Science

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the evolution, types and applications  of computers
  • the various features of MS-Office and familiarizing students with the network devices and the internet
  • what computer science is about; data representations, algorithms flow chart etc.; hardware and software of computer
  • basic computer organization, design and micro-operations
  • CPU functioning and computer arithmetic
  • the various methods and techniques of memory organization

 

BCA 103

Programming in C

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • how C language begins and basic syntax of C language
  • developing logic with flow chart
  • ability to code in C
  • repetition  of statement using Loop
  • getting n nos. of input in a single container as Array
  • modular programming using Function
  • getting n different types of input in a single container as Structure and Union
  • File input/output operations

 

BCA-104

Communication Skill /Technical Skill

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the theoretical background of communication
  • developing good oral communication skills.
  • developing business writing skills
  • preparation for the job market through an in-depth understanding of group discussions and interviews

 

Semester-II

BCA-201

Data Structure and C++

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  accessing how the choices of data structure & algorithm methods impact the performance of program
  • solving problems based upon different data structure & also write programs
  • choosing an appropriate data structure for a particular problem
  • differentiating between object oriented programming and procedural oriented language and data types in C++.
  • using C++ features such as composition of objects, operator overloading, inheritance, Polymorphism etc.

 

 

 

 

BCA-202

Probability and Statistics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • differentiating types of events - addition, multiplication law.
  • probability distribution, functions, binomial poison and normal  distribution
  • sampling distribution techniques like chi square

 

BCA-203

Logic Design

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • performing conversions among different number systems
  • basic logic gates, Boolean algebra and simplification of simple Boolean functions by using basic Boolean properties & design of combinational circuits such as MUX, DEMUX, Encoder and Decoder etc.
  • the design of sequential Circuits such as Flip-Flops, Registers, and Counters.
  • basic level of Digital Electronics knowledge and setting the stage to perform the analysis and design of Complex Digital electronic Circuits.

 

BCA-204

Managerial Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basic concepts of managerial economics and apply eco Principals to managerial decisions
  • the behavior of Consumer and Producer, different forms of market & how degrees of competition affect pricing and output
  •  market structure and the implications for behavior of the firm
  •  how demands focus & supply forces interact  to determine the market Price & quantity
  • how advertisement and sales expenditure promotes sales revenue and the different techniques of demand forecasting

 

Semester-III

BCA-301

Scientific Computing

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • common numerical methods and how they are used to obtain approximate solutions to otherwise intractable mathematical problems.
  • application of numerical methods to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical problems.
  • deriving numerical methods for various mathematical operations and tasks, such as interpolation, differentiation, integration, the solution of linear and nonlinear equations, and the solution of differential equations.
  • analysing and evaluating the accuracy of common numerical methods.

BCA-302

Software Engineering Principles                

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the introductory concepts of software engineering
  • familiarization with the problem of software crisis
  •  importance of software engineering and the quality factors of software
  • identifying the scope and necessity of software engineering
  • identifying the causes of and solutions for software crisis
  • differentiating a piece of program from a software product

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BCA-303

Relational Data Base Management System

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of relational data model and the basic operations of relational algebra
  • analyzing and applying common SQL statements including DDL, DML and DCL statements to perform different operations.
  • designing different views of tables for different users and to apply embedded and nested queries.
  • designing and implementing a database for a given problem according to well known design principles that balance data retrieval performance with data consistency

 

BCA-304: Operating System And Linux Programming

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • listing and interpreting the basic functions of operating systems
  • make comparison among different types of operating systems
  • compare different structures of operating systems
  • defining the concept of process, process scheduling algorithms
  • the objective of memory management in operating system
  • defining the types of memory partition ,and different memory management techniques like paging, segmentation etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester-IV

BCA-401: Data Communication and Computer Network

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of computer networks and data communications among the networks
  • different types, applications topologies and protocols of computer networks
  • different transmission impairments
  • the concept of transmission, encoding between analog and digital signals

 

BCA-402: Object Oriented Programming in Java

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic Java language syntax and semantics and writing Java programs and using concepts such as variables, conditional and iterative execution methods etc.
  • the fundamentals of object-oriented programming in Java, including defining classes, objects, invoking methods etc and exception handling mechanisms
  • the principles of inheritance, packages and interfaces
  • the structure of Java applets and how they differ from Java applications

BCA-403: Programming in Visual Basic

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the process of visual program design and development
  • event-driven programming, the concepts of objects, properties, and methods
  • identifying the elements in the Visual Basic environment and writing, running, saving, printing, and modifying Visual Basic project
  • differents types of forms like SDI and MDI etc.
  • database connectivity  with oracle and  Ms access

 

 

 

Semester-V

BCA-501: Electronic commerce & Applications

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the importance of information systems for business and management
  • evaluating the role of the major types of information systems in a business environment and their relationship to each other
  • identifying the major management challenges to building and using information systems and learning how to find appropriate solutions to those challenges
  • the concepts and skills for the strategic use of e-commerce and related information technology from three perspectives: business to consumers, business-to-business, and intra-organizational
  •  Examination of e-commerce in altering the structure of entire industries, and how it affects business processes including electronic transactions, supply chains, decision making and organizational performance

 

BCA-502: Web Technology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • analysis and application of the role of languages like HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript and protocols in the workings of web and web applications
  • network and security programming using Java and knowing about the application of dynamic page functionality in web pages using CGI, Servlets, JSP, ASP
  • creating and communicating between client and server using Java and creating a good, effective and dynamic website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BCA-503: Computer Graphics & Multimedia

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • comprehensive introduction about computer graphics system, design algorithms and two dimensional transformations
  • the techniques of clipping, three dimensional graphics and three dimensional transformations
  • activities involving design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation

Semester- VI

BCA-601: Distributed Databases

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the advantages of distributed database, architecture
  • familiarizing with techniques of distributed  database design
  • query processing problem

                                

Data Mining & Warehousing

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basic principles, concepts and applications of data warehousing and data mining
  • Conceptual, Logical, and Physical design of Data Warehouses OLAP applications and OLAP deployment
  • the fundamental concepts that provide the foundation of data mining

 

Decision System Support

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • decision support system
  • decision makers
  • modeling and building decision support systems
  • implementing and integrating decision support systems

System Programming

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • system software and machine architecture
  • assembler and its features
  • features of  loader and linker and functions of  macro processor
  • procedural system and object oriented design

Agile software development process

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Agile project management
  • communication management and its method
  • designing of agile metric and estimations.
  • analyzing agile design and risk management

 

BCA-602: Distributed Computing

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • software components of distributed computing systems
  • communication and interconnection architecture of multiple computer systems.
  • recognizing the inherent difficulties that arise due to distributed-ness of computing resources.
  • networks & protocols, mobile & wireless computing and their applications to real world problems.
  • familiarization with the design, implementation and security issues of distributed system

 

 

 

 

 

BCA-603: Accounting and Finance Management

 

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • ethical issues related to the accounting profession and preparing financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  • analyzing financial data as well as the effects of differing financial accounting methods on the financial statements
  • defining the needs of the various users of accounting data and demonstrating the ability to communicate such data effectively, as well as the ability to provide knowledgeable recommendations
  • recognizing circumstances providing for increased exposure to fraud and defining preventative internal control measures
  • demonstrating an understanding of current auditing standards and acceptable practices, as well as the impact of audit risk on the engagement
  • understanding the audit process from the engagement planning stage through completion of the audit, as well as the rendering of an audit opinion via the various report options
  • applying cost accounting methods to evaluate and project business performance
  • applying appropriate judgment derived from knowledge of accounting theory, to financial analysis and decision making

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Bachelors in Information Technology

Semester – I

BITC1: Introduction to IT

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • history of computer
  • internal architecture of computer
  • peripheral devices both input and output
  • software and their categories.
  • open source technology
  • wireless technologies

 

BITC2: Programming in C

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • why and how C language begins
  • basic syntax of C language
  • develop logic with flow chart
  • coding in C
  • repetition  of statement using loop
  • getting n nos. of input in a single container as array
  • modular programming using function
  • getting n different types of input in a single container as structure and union
  • file input/output operations
  • develop software on given problems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER-2

BITC3: Digital Electronics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics
  • logic gates which is actually implemented in mother board of system through which arithmetic and logical operations are performed
  • the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design
  • analyzing and designing various combinational and sequential circuits

 

BITC4: Data Structure using C++

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic concepts of data structures  and algorithms
  • concepts about searching and sorting techniques
  • basic concepts about stacks, queues, lists and tree
  • writing algorithms and step-by-step approach in solving problems with the help of fundamental data structures
  • the difference between object oriented programming and procedural oriented language and data types in C++
  • Program using C++ features such as composition of objects, inheritance, polymorphism etc.

SEMESTER-3

BITC5: Operating System

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • fundamentals of Operating Systems.
  • the mechanisms of OS to handle  processes and threads and their communication
  • mechanisms involved in memory management in contemporary OS
  • distributed operating system concepts that includes architecture, Mutual exclusion algorithms, deadlock detection algorithms and agreement protocols
  • practice on Unix commands

 

 

 

BITC6: Relational Data Base Management System

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • database management system and tracing its historical development
  • identifying the advantages of the database approach over the file-based data storage system
  • architecture of a DBMS
  • functions of the database system components
  • the features of distributed and object-oriented databases
  • different types of logical-based data models
  • features of the entity-relationship modeling technique
  • list the operators that work on relations
  • the features of the first, second, and third normal forms
  • list the features of SQL as the relational database language

 

BITC7: Numerical Techniques

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • common numerical methods and how they are used to obtain approximate solutions to otherwise intractable mathematical problems.
  • application of numerical methods to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical problems.
  • deriving numerical methods for various mathematical operations and tasks, such as interpolation, differentiation and integration.
  • analyses and evaluation of  the accuracy of common numerical methods.

 

SEMESTER-4

BITC8: Web Technology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic concept of HTML pages and design the web pages
  • Designing pages with different controls of HTML
  • XML, XML Schema and DTD file for validation of creating XML file
  • designing pages using PHP

 

BITC9: Java Programming

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic of jdk tools, JRE and JVM
  • object oriented concept using JAVA also when and how JAVA was initiated
  • coding using class and object concept
  • access specifiers in object oriented
  • exception handling and data base connectivity in JAVA
  • concept of collection framework
  • Applet, JSP and Servlet
  • develop JAVA applications using JSP, Core JAVA and database

 

 

BITC10: Software Engineering

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • knowledge of basic SW engineering methods and practices, and their appropriate application
  • software process models such as the waterfall and evolutionary models
  • the role of project management including planning, scheduling, risk management, etc.
  • software requirements and the SRS document
  • approaches to verification and validation including static analysis, and reviews
  • software testing approaches such as unit testing and integration testing
  • quality control and ensuring good quality software

 

SEMESTER-5

BITC11: Windows Programming

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • development of stand alone applications
  • creation of forms and adding events to that forms
  • getting data from user as GUI interface and store the data in database and fetch the data from database.

 

 

BITC12: Data Communication & Computer Networks

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • how communication works in computer networks and to understand the basic terminology of computer networks
  • the role of protocols in networking and to analyze the services and features of the various layers in the protocol stack.
  • design issues in Network Security and to understand security threats, security services and mechanisms to counter them

 

 

 

DSE1: Decision Support System

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • decision support system.
  • decision makers
  • modeling and building decision support systems
  • implementing and integrating decision support systems

 

Distributed Databases

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • distributed database and its architecture.
  • design, data security and integrity of distributed database
  • query processing, transaction and concurrency control
  • recovery when failure occurs in distributed system

BITC13: Computer Graphics & Multimedia

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • comprehensive introduction to computer graphics system, design algorithms and two dimensional transformations
  • familiarization with techniques of clipping, three dimensional graphics and three dimensional transformations
  • design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • latest interactive multimedia devices, the basic concepts about images and image format
  • data compression techniques, image compression techniques like JPEG, video compression techniques like MPEG, and the basic concepts about animation.
  • develop an interactive multimedia presentation

 

BITC14: Advance Web Programming

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • advanced technology to design dynamic web pages
  • validation on forms so that page will be validated according to table structure
  • connectivity between web pages and database to store and fetch information

 

 

DSE3: Information Security

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • information security
  • cryptography
  • network and application security
  • information security threats

Electronic Commerce & Application

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • e-commerce and its application
  • e-commerce business models
  • designing e-commerce web sites
  • security,ethical, social, and political issues in e-commerce

 

DSE4: Project

 

After going through several programming languages, students should be able to do their projects related to real world problems.

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION AND VIDEO PRODUCTION

 

B.A. (Hons)

 

Mass Communication-Video Production

 

SEMESTER I

 

CC-1: Introduction to Journalism

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • defining news, its concepts, process and its elements; the nature and sources of news
  • differentiating between hard news and soft news
  • the types of journalistic writing
  • writing a news story in the proper format
  • the terminologies used in journalism
  • analyzing the front page of newspapers with its basic terms

 

 

 

CC-2: Introduction to Media and Communication

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • conceptualizing communication its process, history, types and levels
  • defining mass communication and its functions
  • describing traditional media and social media
  • learning about the normative theories of press
  • differentiating between the different models of communication
  • preparing questionnaire, learn the basics of research and do a survey among the youths of the city
  • type reports in Hindi fonts (Kruti Dev)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER-II

 

CC-3: Reporting and Editing for Print

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • defining reporting and understand the functions and qualities of a reporter
  • learning the techniques of covering press conferences and write press releases
  • differentiating between the various news beats
  • describing interviews and developing the skills in conducting an interview
  • newsroom hierarchy and the roles and responsibilities of the people involved in the editorial department
  • defining headlines, types of headlines and framing of headlines
  • designing the layout of the newspaper and learning the basic terminologies used in lay outing
  • preparing a four page news journal in Qurak Express

 

 

CC-4: Still Photography

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • developing an insight on the history of photography and the types of early cameras.
  • defining photography and photojournalism
  • differentiating between the types of photographic cameras, lenses, aperture and shutter speed
  • the use of light and shadows in photography, three point lightning and the various filters
  • defining digital photography, editing and use it practically
  • learning about the various photo editing software
  • preparing a photo feature with the photographs clicked manually
  • editing photographs with the various editing tools and software

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER III

 

CC-5: Camera Basics & Techniques

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • video camera; its parts, types and techniques of handling, basic shot terminologies
  • practically operating a video camera in manual mode
  • terminologies used in videography (zoom control, focus control, balancing of colors etc.)
  • differentiating between  types of Video recording Formats: HD, DVC, Beta, DVC pro-working of VTR
  • lightning, its equipment and techniques
  • concepts and fundamentals of editing
  • preparing and editing a short film

 

CC-6: History of the Media

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the history of Print Media (Pre and Post independence)
  • the working of the press in the era of liberalization
  • the various language press of India and its importance
  • the history of radio
  • the penetration of radio in rural areas
  • the penetration of FM radio in India
  • the history of TV in India
  • the current scenario of print, radio and TV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-7: Advertising and Public Relations

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • defining advertising, its history, functions and types
  • describing the various advertising theories
  • the ethical aspects involved in advertising
  • preparing an ad campaign
  • defining public relations, its practices and functions
  • differentiating about the working of PR in government sector and private sector
  • preparing a PR campaign
  • ethical issues involved in public relation
  • designing an ad copy for a product                   
  • preparing a jingle for a product                     

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER IV

 

CC-8: Introduction to Broadcast Media

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basics of sound and its types
  • sound designing with examples
  • the techniques of sound recordings
  • differentiating between the various types of microphone
  • writing and editing radio news
  • writing and editing TV news
  • the basic terminologies used in radio and TV editing
  • preparing a 5 minute radio news bulletin          
  • preparing a news capsule for television news                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-9: Introduction to New Media

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • new media, its terminologies and computer mediated communication
  • virtual cultures and digital journalism
  • website planning and visual design, content strategy and audience analysis
  • website creation and promotion of a blog
  • differentiating between linear and nonlinear editing
  • activism and new media
  • creation and promotion of web blog

 

 

 

CC-10: Media Ethics and the Law

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • freedom of expression and its limitations.
  • RTI, idea of fair trial and surveillance in society, intellectual property rights.
  • media ethics and cultural dependence
  • media technology and ethical parameters
  • discussion about  important cases, eg. Operation Westend
  • discussing ethical case studies such as Indecent representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986and rules 1987, Protection of Women against Sexual Harassment Bill, 2007, Sec 67 of IT Act

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER V

 

CC-11: Film Studies & Appreciation

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the language of cinema, shot, scenes, mis‐en‐scene, deep focus, continuity, editing montage.
  • the grammar and language of cinema, diegetic and non diegetic sound; off screen sound; sync sound; the use of colour as a stylistic element
  • the various film forms and its styles
  • the early cinema and studio era
  • script writing for cinema
  • critically appreciating movies and writing reviews
  • writing screenplay for movies

 

 

CC-12: Development Communication

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • development communication and its concept
  • the various models of development
  • differentiating between developing countries versus developed countries
  • the paradigms of development: dominant paradigm, dependency, alternative paradigm
  • participating development communication
  • television programmes for rural India, SITE, MNREGA etc
  • the various developmental issues concerning their area and report on it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER VI

 

CC-13:Video Production

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concepts and process of video production. (pre and post)
  • single and multi camera shooting
  • proper command on studio language
  • lighting for video production
  • various editing techniques and softwares
  • producing a studio programme of 10 minutes

 

 

 

 

CC-14: Media and Culture

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • culture and its types (Mass Culture, Popular culture, folk culture, media and culture)
  • cultural imperialism, media and cultural politics, third world concerns
  • international communication. And NWICO, Mac Bride Commission and UNESCO, NANAP,NANP, NEIO, etc
  • the role of media and its social responsibilities
  • the role of media and the marginalized sections of Jharkhand
  • media coverage on any global cultural issue

 

 

 

Semester V

 

DSE 1-A: Documentary Production

 

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concepts of documentary
  • the shooting for documentary
  • shooting styles and editing styles
  • researching for a documentary
  • preparing a proposal for a documentary and do its budgeting
  • preparing a short documentary

 

 

 

DSE 1B: Entrepreneurship Development

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of entrepreneurship, classification and type of entrepreneurs
  • the choice of business and its organization
  • social entrepreneurship & small scale Industry
  • the role of EDI's, NIESBUD, NSIC, DIC'S in promoting entrepreneurs
  • the entrepreneurial process, managerial vs Entrepreneurial decision ­making
  • conducting a case study on  rural/ social /small scale/ medium scale /Cooperative entrepreneurship

 

 

DSE 2A: Anchoring & Reporting

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the broadcast  formats (public service advertisements, jingles, radio magazine/video magazine, interview, talk show, etc.)
  • the techniques of using a microphone
  • target audience and research in public speaking
  • the body language, studio autocue & recording the voice
  • the reporting from the field and peave to camera
  • preparing a 15 minute radio programme                  
  • Doing Vox Pop on any relevant issue with PTC

 

 

 

 

DSE 2B: Media Management

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • media management and its function
  • the ownership pattern of mass media
  • the organizational structure of different media departments
  • media economics and its concepts

 

 

 

 

Semester VI

 

DSE 3A: Communication Through Theatre

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • communication and the public
  • Folk theatre -Jatra, Bahrupiya, Nautanki, Kathputli, Shadow  Drama, Religion and the Theatrical- Ramleela, Krishna Leela, etc.
  • the locales and spectators
  • the theatrical techniques as communication
  • theatre as expression  (devising a message, writing a script, designing a set, designing costume etc)
  • producing a one hour play

 

 

 

DSE 3B: Video Film Production

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of pre production
  • the concept of production
  • the concept of post production
  • promotion & marketing
  • writing a complete proposal for a short film with script  budget
  • preparing publicity design for a film

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE 4: Project

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • printing a lab journal
  • producing an audio production or video production
  • preparing a documentary or fiction film or music album
  • producing a TV News
  • writing a report on educational tour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.A.  in Mass Communication-Video Production

 

Semester - I

 

CC – 1: Principles of communication

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • various types of communication and their usage
  • communication models
  • communication theories 

 

CC – 2: Development of Media

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the evolution of different forms of communication
  • the emergence of various types of media

 

 

CC – 3: Print media and Electronic media

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • newspaper industry
  • the functioning of electronic media

 

CC – 4: Advertising and Public relation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the creative department of an advertising agency
  • work as Public Relation officers
  • work as publicity officers
  • work as corporate communication manager and Image Manager for an organisation

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - II

 

CC- 5: Development communication and research

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • work as communication officer in various government organisations and NGOs working for the welfare of public
  •  research about communication

 

CC – 6: Media Laws and ethics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • existing media laws
  • the various media organizations functioning in the country

 

 

CC – 7: International Communication

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • work as communication officers in the agencies  actively involved in shaping the  international relation of the country
  • work as public relation officers in  international organizations 

 

CC – 8: Media Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • dealings of time and space in media industry
  • work as media planner for an advertising agency
  • running a media organization as media managers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - III

 

CC – 8: Print media

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • work as reporters in newspaper industry
  • work as editors
  • using the software used in report writing and layout designing with good competency

 

CC – 9: Radio

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • working in the field of audio production techniques
  • working  as good anchors
  • writing for radio properly

 

CC – 10: Television

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • television programming
  • television production
  • a proper vision of the job prospects of television industry

 

 

 

CC – 11: Corporate Communication

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • organizational communication
  • theories of management
  • exposure of corporate philosophies 

 

 

 

 

Semester - IV

CC – 12: New Media Application and Internet Communication

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • writing and designing contents for  digital media
  • working on various technologies
  • clear idea of the scopes

 

Special Paper

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the area of their specialisation, web journalism, gender studies, rural communication and environmental communication
  • the technologies involved in the field to prove themselves as good professionals in industry

 

Dissertation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • carrying research in the field
  • exploring new areas/ideas/subject

 

Attachment

In this section the students make a portfolio where they showcase their achievements and activities during the course. The portfolio includes:   

  • reports of their internships, on job trainings, workshops, short term courses etc.
  • certificates of various co curricular activities
  • certificates of  their participations in different events related to the field

 

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

 

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Bachelors in Education

Semester - I

 

Paper I: Childhood and Growing Up

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • Educational Psychology and Child Psychology and to familiarize students with the different stages of Growth and Development
  • factors affecting the process of socialization as well as the factors that is responsible for it
  • the various ways of growing-up a child considering the Social and Political realities with special reference to family, school, neighborhood and society
  • the principles of child development with reference to the interrelationship among cross-cultural, Psychology, Sociology and to understand the Adolescence with reference to different social, economical and Cultural conditions
  • to present the information collected through various media about the understanding of the real scenario of role of gender, poverty, growing-upof a child in various classes of society as well as Adolescence

 

 

Paper 2 : Contemporary India and Education

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the aims of education and changing aims of education in the context of globalization
  • sources of aims of education
  • to develop a set of professional values required to address the issues and concerns through curricular, and co-curricular practices
  • the Educational status in India till 1947
  • the Educational status in India after 1947
  • democracy in India Party system and Electoral Politics, Decentralization and Panchayati Raj (specifically through 73rd and 74th amendment) , Grassroot social and political movements and Indian democracy, Challenges to deepen Indian democracy in relation to inequities of caste, class, gender and religious and linguistic identities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper 4: Language across the Curriculum

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • to identify the language backgrounds of students and facilitate their movement from home / regional language to standard language
  • to analyze the nature of classroom discourse and devise strategies to improve communication skills of students
  • to develop the appropriate skills of reading and writing among the learners and facilitate reading writing connection
  • to envision their role as facilitators of learners’ language enrichmentir respective of the subjects they teach
  • to create sensitivity about language diversity in classroom and its role in teaching-learning process and to interact with the pupils in their mother tongue/regional language in the classroom

 

Paper 5: Understanding Disciplines And Subjects

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • to develop competencies and skills in classroom management of the student teacher
  • to understand the nature of motivation as relevant to classroom management
  • to understand The Behaviorist and Humanistic view on motivation inducing in classroom activities
  • to understand Classroom Management Personality and Leadership
  • to understand Concept of mental health - fostering mental health at home and school

 

 

Paper: EPC- 1: Critical Understanding Of ICT

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • describe a computer system
  • describe the working of a computer
  • operate the windows operating system
  • use word processing package
  • use internet for educational purpose
  • use the word processing package in education
  • appreciate the use of ICT in teaching and learning
  • acquire the skill of trouble-shooting whenever there are problems in the working of computer

 

 

Semester – II

 

Paper 3: Learning And Teaching

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • meaning, nature, dimensions and basic conditions of learning
  • the broad perspectives of behaviouristic, social cognitive and constructivist vies of learning and their educational implications
  • the process of learning as meaning making and the ways of facilitating meaningful learning in and out of the school
  • the processes of teaching and managing classroom situations for meaningful learning
  • the processes of preparation and continuing development of professional teacher in the context of a professional ethics of teaching profession

 

 

Course VII (A) Pedagogy Courses

 

Pedagogy of Mathematics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the evolution and nature of Mathematics and its importance in the school curriculum in the context of the recent curricular reforms
  • various methods and approaches of teaching and learning mathematics especially suitable for the secondary school classes
  • plan lessons in Mathematics using traditional and constructivist approaches for effective classroom transactions
  • develop and collect activities and resource materials for their use in enhancing the quality of learning Mathematics at the secondary level

 

Pedagogy of Physical Science

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the nature and importance of physical science and its relevance in secondary school curriculum
  • various methods and approaches to teaching-learning Physical Science suitable for the secondary school classes
  • plan lessons in physical science for effective classroom transactions
  • develop and collect activities and resource materials for their use in enhancing quality of learning of Physical Science at the secondary level

 

 

 

Pedagogy of Biological Science

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the nature and importance of Biological Science and its relevance in secondary school curriculum in context with recent curriculum reforms in School Curriculum
  • various methods and approaches to teaching-learning Biological Science suitable for the secondary school classes
  • plan units’ lessons in Biological Science using traditional and constructivist approaches for effective classroom transactions
  • develop and collect activities and resource materials for their use in enhancing quality of learning of Biological Science at the secondary level

 

Pedagogy of Social Science (Geography)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the importance of teaching and learning of Geography at the secondary level
  •  appropriate teaching methods and strategies while facilitating learning of Geography
  • develop lesson plans for effective teaching and learning of Geography
  • prepare, collect and procure resource materials including suitable teaching aids and use them effectively in the classroom

 

Pedagogy of Social Science (History & Civics)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the meaning, scope and importance of History and Political Science
  • the skills and competencies to formulate specific learning outcomes for different History and Political Science lessons
  • the different methods and skills of teaching History and Political Science for
  • transacting the contents effectively
  • the importance of time sense and prepare / utilize timelines for effecting teaching of History

 

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (English)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the issues relating to importance and place of English in school curriculum, acquisition of skills in English, realization of aims and objectives of learning English and language policy as conceived in NPE, 1986 and NCF – 2005
  • various methods, approaches and strategies for teaching-learning
  • English and transact various types of lesson plans covering all aspects of English language following different approaches
  • develop test items to assess learning in English and provide feedback as well as prepare enrichment materials
  • the importance of English, its universal values and its application in present life

 

Pedagogy of Language (Hindi)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • analyze the issues relating to importance and place of Hindi in school curriculum, acquisition of skills in Hindi, realization of aims and objectives of learning Hindi and language policy as conceived in NPE, 1986 and NCF –2005
  • use various methods, approaches and strategies for teaching-learning Hindi and transact various types of lesson plans covering all aspects of Hindi language following different approaches
  • develop test items to assess learning in Hindi and provide feedback as well as prepare enrichment materials
  • state the meaning, scope and importance of Hindi

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (Urdu)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • analyze the issues relating to importance and place of Urdu in school curriculum, acquisition of skills in Urdu, realization of aims and objectives of learning Urdu and language policy as conceived in NPE, 1986 and NCF –2005
  • use various methods, approaches and strategies for teaching-learning Urdu and transact various types of lesson plans covering all aspects of Urdu language following different approaches
  • develop test items to assess learning in Urdu and provide feedback as well as prepare enrichment materials
  • state the meaning, scope and importance of Urdu

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (Sanskrit)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • analyze the issues relating to importance and place of Sanskrit in school curriculum, acquisition of skills in Sanskrit, realization of aims and objectives of learning Sanskrit and language policy as conceived in NPE, 1986 and NCF – 2005
  • use various methods, approaches and strategies for teaching-learning Sanskrit and transact various types of lesson plans covering all aspects of Sanskrit language following different approaches
  • develop test items to assess learning in Sanskrit and provide feedback as well as prepare enrichment materials

 

Course VIII (A) Knowledge and Curriculum

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • state and explain the nature of knowledge
  • describe the process of constructing knowledge
  • differentiate different types of curriculum
  • explain the processes and principles of curriculum planning development
  • elaborate the transaction, evaluation and renewal processes of curriculum

 

 

Course EPC- 2: Drama and Art in Education

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • understanding basics of different art forms – impact of art forms on the human mind
  • enhance artistic and aesthetic sensibility among learners to enable them to respond to the beauty in different art forms, through genuine exploration, experience and free expression
  • enhance skills for integrating different art forms across school curriculum at secondary level
  • enhance awareness of the rich cultural heritage, artists and artisans
  • develop competency to organize seminar conterences, online sharing and puplish journals & others resource materials in history & civics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – III

 

Paper VII (B) Pedagogy Courses

 

Pedagogy of Mathematics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • conduct continuous and comprehensive assessment for enhancing the quality of mathematics learning
  • explain the concepts in mathematics included in the secondary school curriculum and make pedagogical analysis of those concepts
  • develop ability to use mathematics concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of mathematics through different measures

 

 

Pedagogy of Physical Science

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • use appropriate tools and techniques for continuous and comprehensive assessment of learning in physical science
  • state the concepts in physical science included in the secondary school curriculum and make pedagogical analysis of those concepts
  • develop ability to use physical science concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of physical science through different measures

 

 

Pedagogy of Biological Science

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • develop and collect activities and resource materials for their use in enhancing quality of learning of biological science at the secondary level
  • use appropriate tools and techniques for continuous and comprehensive assessment of learning in biological science
  • state the concepts in biological science included in the secondary school curriculum and make pedagogical analysis of those concepts
  • develop ability to use biological science concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of biological science through different measures

 

 

 

 

Pedagogy of Social Science (Geography)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • prepare, collect and procure resource materials including suitable teaching aids and use them effectively in the classroom
  • develop appropriate tools and techniques for comprehensive assessment of learning in geography.
  • state the concepts in geography included in the secondary school curriculum and make pedagogical analysis of those concepts.
  • develop ability to use geography concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of geography through different measures

 

 

Pedagogy of Social Science (History & Civics)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • explain the importance of time sense and prepare / utilize timelines for effecting teaching of history and civics
  • prepare unit plans and lesson plans in history and civics
  • develop diagnostic achievement test, administer them and analyse the results for providing feedback
  • develop ability to use history/civics concepts for life skills; and develop competencies for teaching, learning of history and civics through different measures
  • develop competency to organize seminars, conferences, online sharing and to use journals & other resource materials in history & civics

 

Pedagogy of Language (English)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • use the understanding of phonetics for facilitating students’ speaking in english
  • plan appropriate pedagogical treatment of the prescribed contents for effective classroom transaction
  • develop ability to use English concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of english through different measures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (Hindi)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • use the understanding of phonetics for facilitating students’ speaking in hindi
  • plan appropriate pedagogical treatment of the prescribed contents for effective classroom transaction
  • develop ability to use hindi concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of hindi through different measures

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (Urdu)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • use the understanding of phonetics for facilitating students’ speaking in Urdu
  • plan appropriate pedagogical treatment of the prescribed contents for effective classroom transaction
  • develop ability to use Urdu concepts for life skills; and
  • develop competencies for teaching, learning of Urdu through different measures

 

 

Pedagogy of Language (Sanskrit)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • use the understanding of phonetics for facilitating students’ speaking in Sanskrit
    • plan appropriate pedagogical treatment of the prescribed contents for effective classroom transaction
    • develop ability to use Sanskrit concepts for life skills; and
    • develop competencies for teaching, learning of Sanskrit through different measures

 

 

Course IX: Assessment For Learning

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • state the nature, purpose and types of educational assessment and evaluation
  • develop and use different types of tools and techniques for continuous and comprehensive assessment of learning in the school situation
  • explain the importance of assessment for learning and its processes for enhancing the quality of learning and teaching
  • Analyze the trends and issues in learning and learner assessment.
  • Analyze and interpret results of the assessment using rudimentary statistical methods.

 

 

 

 

Course EPC - 3: Understanding the Self

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • explain that any self is a human resource to exercise all the resources: cognitive, affective and psychomotor
  • realize that the self does not have independent existence but related to nature, other selves and the ‘unknown’ causing it and this great design of the universe
  • perform one’s function to the possible extent as any part of the nature is silently doing so; thereby developing self-actualization and self-esteem
  • realize that one is responsible as a person and as a teacher for the integrated development of oneself and one’s pupils: physical, cognitive, social, emotional, aesthetic, moral, and spiritual developments
  • realize the commonness and uniqueness prevalent in nature and human nature and feel equality as the reality and contribute to the furtherance of evolution at mental level

 

 

Semester - IV

 

Course VI: Gender School and Society

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the key concepts related to the gender issues
  • key gender issues in school, curriculum, textbooks and pedagogical process
  • the ways to address gender issues in and out of school context

 

 

Course VIII (B) : Knowledge and Curriculum

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • the principle of curriculum development
  • different approaches and determinants of curriculum planning
  • the process of curriculum transaction
  • different mode, periodicity and mechanism of curriculum evaluation.
  • current provision and practices for curriculum development, transaction, evaluation and renewal in school education

 

 

Course X : Creating an Inclusive School

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the changing concepts related to inclusive education
  • the different categories of children with special needs, their problems in schooling and need of inclusive education to address their educational problems
  • the barriers of inclusion in the existing schools
  • the characteristics and dimensions of an inclusive school
  • the process of developing an inclusive school

 

 

Spinning and Weaving (A)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • a sense of appreciation towards Khadi
  • the processing of cotton for Khadi
  • the skill of spinning and weaving
  • proficiency in spinning yarn of counts (10-25)
  • organize exhibitions of different spinning and weaving materials

 

 

Tailoring (B)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different parts of the sewing machine and its maintenance
  • skills in stitching, mending and cutting the garments
  • aesthetic and creative abilities through tailoring
  • designing different garments
  • organize exhibition in various type of designed garments

 

 

 

Woodwork (C)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different types of tools and their safe uses
  • develop skills in preparing wooden products like pointer, duster, blackboard, chair, table stool etc.
  • different types of timbers for preparing various finished products and
  • process of protecting wooden materials

 

 

 

 

 

Guidance and Counselling (E)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept, need and principles of guidance.
  • the role of school in organizing different guidance programmes.
  • use various tools and techniques of guidance in appropriate contexts.
  • the process, tools and techniques of counseling.
  • the qualities and role of a school counselor

 

 

Course EPC - 4 : Physical Education and Yoga

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the importance of Physical Education in Human life
  • the different programmes of Physical Education
  • Yoga for peaceful and harmonious living
  • the relationship between Yoga and goals of life

 

 

School Internship

 

Objectives

  • Developing professional capacities, teacher sensibilities and sustained engagement of student-teachers (prospective teachers) with learners and schools.
  • Equipping the student-teachers with required skills and competencies to cater to diverse needs of the learners in schools.
  • Exposing the student-teachers to multicultural contexts of the society which influence the school environment and its functioning.
  • Validating the theoretical understanding of the student-teachers developed through various perspective and pedagogic courses.
  • Enabling the student-teachers internalize the role of a teacher – as a facilitator of learning, classroom manager, resource mobilizer and manager, innovator, evaluator of learner performance, planner and organizer of other curricular activities, mentor and counselor for children, service provider for the community and parents, developer and evaluator of curriculum textbooks and other TLMs etc.
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FACULTY OF COMMERCE

FACULTY OF COMMERCE

B.Com (Hons.)

Semester-1

CC-1: Financial Accounting

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept  of the financial Accounting
  • accounting for Non Profit organization
  • difference Methods of computing depreciation
  • stores Ledger and Inventory Control
  • accounting for Inland Branches
  • accounting for Hire Purchase and Installment Systems
  • accounting treatments after dissolution of the firm in different cases

CC-2: Business Laws

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • General Principles of law of contract and specific contract of the Indian Contract Act, 1872
  • Contract of Sale and Performance of Contract of Sale under the Sales of Goods Act, 1930
  • basic Concept of  the Partnership Act 1932
  • procedure of Registration of firm
  • mode of dissolution of Partnerships
  • basic knowledge of Negotiable Instruments Act,1881
  • computation of the date of Maturity of Bill of Exchange
  • crossing and bouncing of a cheque

 

 

 

 

Semester – 2

C-3 Learning outcomes for the Corporate Accounting

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different types of relationships amongst business entities and identify these relationships for financial reporting purposes
  • the ‘reporting entities’ for each inter-entity relationship, and explain the appropriate accounting policy choices
  • relevant accounting standards and the ability to apply them to solve practical problems that arise from inter-entity relationships 
  • appropriate accounting techniques, as prescribed by the relevant accounting standards, and perform the accounting treatment for each type of inter-entity relationship (including preparing consolidated financial statements)
  • accounting policy choices and strategic recommendations and justify conclusions with reference to relevant laws and accounting standards
  • accounting for redemption of shares and Debentures
  • valuation of Goodwill and Shares
  • accounting related to Amalgamation under AS14 and Reconstruction of Companies
  • accounting of holding and subsidiary companies
  • accounts related liquidation of companies
  • voyage and Investment Accounting

 

CC- 4: Corporate Laws

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • administration of company law including NCLT and NCLAT, Types and characteristics of a company
  • important documents needed for incorporation of a company including D- Mat system
  • the provisions regarding appointment, power, duties, and removal of directors a company as well as conduct of a company meeting in a lawful way
  • provisions related to dividends and books of accounts. It also explains the rules related to auditor’s appointment, rotation and their report etc
  • the winding up process of a company and legal provisions related to whistle blowing, its concept and mechanism

 

Semester – 3

CC-5:  Auditing and Corporate Governance

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • meaning, object, basic principles and technique of audit. It also explains the complete audit procedure
  • provisions regarding appointment, power, duties, and removal of company’s auditor and writing of the auditors report
  • special areas of audit, its recent trends and relevant case studies in EDP environment
  • conceptual frame work of corporate governance, code and standards on corporate governance
  • the corporate social responsibilities, its ethical values and effective implementation for societal good

CC-6: Income-Tax Law and Practice

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Basic knowledge of Income Tax 1961
  • Computation of total income and tax  of individuals and firms
  • Rebates and relief under Income Tax Act
  • Deduction under section 80C to 80U
  • On-line filing of return of income and TDS
  • Provision and Procedure of Compulsory on-line filing of returns for specified assessee

 

 

 

 

CC-7 : Management Principles and Application

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Evaluate the global context for taking managerial actions of planning, organizing and controlling.
  • Assess global situation, including opportunities and threats that will impact management of an organization.
  • Integrate management principles into management practices.
  • Discuss and communicate the management evolution and how it will affect future managers.
  • Observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces on the current practice of management.
  • Identify and evaluate social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position on such issues.
  • Explain how organizations adapt to an uncertain environment and identify techniques managers use to influence and control the internal environment.
  • Practice the process of management's four functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
  • Identify and properly use vocabularies within the field of management to articulate one's own position on a specific management issue and communicate effectively with varied audiences.
  • Evaluate leadership styles to anticipate the consequences of each leadership style.
  • Gather and analyze both qualitative and quantitative information to isolate issues and formulate best control methods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 4

C-8 Learning outcomes for the Cost and Management Accounting

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Identify costs relevant for decision making and those which are irrelevant.
  • Understand Management Accounting, Financial Accounting & Cost Accounting conceptually and take an overview of the Accountant’s role, meaning of Responsibility centres and Transfer Pricing concept.
  • Learn about various types of Budgets, concept of Budgeting and Budgetary Control.
  • Know the meaning & concept of Standard Costing & Variance Analysis along with their practical applications.
  • Identify need for Marginal Costing, Absorption Costing & Direct Costing along with practical application of Break- Even –Point [BEP] analysis.
  • Evaluate different Capital Expenditure Decisions with respect to ‘make or buy’, ‘sales mix’ and ‘continue or discontinue a product line’ decisions.
  • Understand the utility of Ratio Analysis, Financial Statements and Cash Flow Analysis in any organization.
  • Comprehend different contemporary issues in Management Accounting and Reports & Reporting needs & Reporting Levels in an organization.
  • To find out the concept of contract accounting, process accounting, cost of production etc.
  • Explain the operation of a job costing system
  • Explain the operation of a process costing system
  • Describe the implementation of an activity-based costing system
  • Explain customer profitability analysis based on ABC.

 

 

 

 

CC-9: Business Mathematics and Statistics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The first unit gives idea regarding progression of numbers like AP,GP,HP.
  • Matrices and Determinants provides knowledge regarding these in business applications. It also explains the solution of system of linear equation.
  • It gives idea regarding theory of probability and application of addition and and multiplication law of probability.
  • The descriptive statistics explains about the averages, measures of variation, correlation analysis and regression analysis.
  • One can get the idea of index number, its construction, univariate and composite.

CC- 10: COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Word processing as an assistive technology tool for enhancing academic outcomes of students with writing disabilities in the general classroom.
  • “Presentation skills are worthy of extreme obsessive study” Strong presentation skills and the ability to engage and connect can truly set you apart from the crowd.
  • Many careers require knowledge of how to use a spreadsheet program. Moreover, integrating the use of spreadsheets into curriculum targets mathematical learning objectives. By having your students organize data into a worksheet and manipulate it, your students acquire essential skills.
  • After successful completion of the Unit student will: have a broad understanding of database concepts and database management system software have a high-level understanding of major DBMS components and their function.

Semester – 5

CC-11: Human Resources Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes.
  • Administer and contribute to the design and evaluation of the performance management program.
  • Research and analyze information needs and apply current and emerging information technologies to support the human resources function.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate organizational development strategies aimed at promoting organizational effectiveness.

CC- 12 :Financial Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The nature, objectives and scope of finance and its functions.
  • Capital budgeting describes the methods of investment evaluation criteria and the risk involved in various capital budgeting decisions.
  • Makes familiar with the meaning and significance of the cost of capital, methods of calculating cost of capital and capital assets pricing models.
  • Determining capital structure in practice, knowledge of capital structure theories.
  • In this section working capital is viewed in different approaches which helps in evaluating the working capital requirement and its management.
  • The inventory control methods described in this chapter gives a means for determining an optimum level of inventory. It also explains important aspects of receivables management to monitor the payment of receivables.

DSE 1:  Banking and Insurance

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • To give an  idea about origin of banking, banking types, and various financial services offered by them.
  • Meaning definitions and types and rules of crossing , statutory protection and  concept of negligence.
  • It provides knowledge regarding principles of sound lending practices against various securities.
  • Provides knowledge regarding internet banking, mobile and virtual banking, E payments through banks.
  • Basic concept regarding business risk, types of insurance and need power role of  IRDA, online insurance etc.

 

DSE 1 : E-COMMERCE

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Design and implement an e-commerce application with a shopping cart. Integrate the waterfall model in the development of e-commerce applications. Integrate user-centered design guidelines in developing user-friendly websites.
  • Students get benefits of doing business online and learn how can plan for online business.
  •  It is widely acknowledged today that new technologies, in particular access to the Internet, tend to modify communication between the different players in the professional world, notably: relationships between the enterprise and its clients.
  • An e-commerce payment system facilitates students the acceptance of electronic payment for online transactions.
  •  In this unit students learn how to use a variety of applications, such as email, online catalogs and shopping carts, EDI, File Transfer Protocol, and web services.
  • It's important for the students to understand the legal issues and potential risks to ensure a safe, secure environment for trading with customers and other businesses.

DSE 2: FILING OF RETURNS

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Tax e-filing is one of the e-government services that have been adopted by many developed countries today where the public has to discharge their responsibility to the government via online tax filing.

 

  • e - File is the term for electronic filing, or sending your ITR from tax software via the Internet to the tax authority”. E-filing of Income Tax Return Online refers to the process of filing Income Tax Return electronically. Nobody have to stand in long queues to file income tax returns.
  • As per Section 206 of Income Tax Act all corporate and government deductors are compulsorily required to file their TDS return on electronic media (i.e. e-TDS returns). However, for other Deductors, filing of e-TDS return is optional.
  • Every person registered under GST has to furnish the details of sales, purchases, and tax paid and collected thereon by filing GST return monthly/quarterly.

DSE II: Entrepreneurship

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the legal and ethical environment impacting business organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.
  • Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of and appreciation for the importance of the impact of globalization and diversity in modern organizations.
  • Graduates will demonstrate an ability to engage in critical thinking by analyzing situations and constructing and selecting viable solutions to solve problems.
  • Graduates will demonstrate an ability to work effectively with others.
  • Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of current information, theories and models, and techniques and practices in all of the major business disciplines including the general areas of Accounting and Finance, Information Technologies, Management, Marketing, and Quantitative Analysis.
  • Understand the development of entrepreneurship as a field of study and as a profession.
  • Understand the creative process of opportunity identification and screening.
  • Use business models, pro-forma statements and cash flow projections to understand venture processes.
  • Describe a new business in a well-written venture plan.
  • Understand the reasons for a choice of legal formation.
  • Understand the basic development of entrepreneurship as a profession.
  • Understand business models.
  • Write a business plan describing a new business venture.

Semester –6

C-13: Goods Service Tax

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Basic knowledge of GST Act and Rules 2017
  • Mode of Registration under GST
  • Item wise GST rates
  • Accounting entries under GST Regime
  • Levy and collection of Tax
  • Input Tax Credit under CGST Act,2017
  • Filing of returns

 

 

C- 14: Principles of Marketing

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Understand how marketing is related to other business functions and its importance to  
     the success of the business entity.
  • Understand the importance of consumer behavior as it relates to buying behavior.
  • Be able to identify, analyze, and use sources of marketing research information.
  • Be able to identify, understand, and apply basic marketing concepts to solving marketing challenges.
  • Understand good marketing practices and techniques and how to apply them.
  • Be able to develop a sound Integrated Marketing Communications plan.

 

DSE III: New Venture Planning

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Understand the theoretical frameworks and concepts which have been developed to explain entrepreneurial behavior.
  • Learn to identify the characteristics of entrepreneurial people who operate in small and large organizations.
  • Gain practice at using various techniques for creating business oppurtunities.
  • Know how to prepare and present a business plan for a new venture.
  • Understand the sources of finance for new ventures and the ways large corporations and financial firms evaluate business plans and proposals for new ventures.
  • Explain how to develop a strategic business plan.
  • Develop their own effective strategic business plan.
  • Know how to communicate their business plan effectively to financiers and other stakeholders
  • Identify the pros and cons of developing a business plan

DSE III: COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • To attain sufficient mastery of data base management systems to be able to effectively handle any computerized accounting system
  • Developing skills in accounting information systems (AIS)
  • ·         After studying this unit, student should be able to: define bookkeeping and accounting; explain the general purposes and functions of accounting reports
  • ERP could be described as a database software package that supports all of a business's processes and operations including manufacturing, marketing, financial, human resources, and so on.

 

DSE IV: Learning outcomes for the Business Research Methods

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Identify a research issue
  •  Formulate the research objectives and a research problem
  • Set out a research design
  • Plan of action
  • Data gathering
  • Identify criteria and standards for action research
  • Generate evidence from the data
  • Link the claim with existing knowledge
  • Test the validity of the claim
  • Generate theory from the research
  • Write a report and disseminate findings
  • Be familiar with the scientific method.
  • understand the major approaches to business research;
  • understand the various aspects of research design;
  • understand the requirements of a literature review;
  • Understand the principles of quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M. Com

 

Semester-1

 

FC- 1: Computer Application in Business

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Demonstrated a basic understanding of computer hardware and software. 
  • Student will develop a vocabulary of key terms related to the computer and to software program menus. Student will be able to identify the components of a personal computer system.
  • Students learn the use of computer technology in business can best be determined by looking at how it is being used across the business world.
  • An operating system (OS) is system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs.
  • database management system (DBMS) is system software for creating and managing databases. The DBMS provides users and programmers with a systematic way to create, retrieve, update and manage data.
  • Tally is the best Accounting Software for small & medium business. Tally offers solution for accounting, inventory, invoicing & more.

                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-1: MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND ORGANIZATIONAL  BEHAVIOUR

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • To discuss the development of the field of organizational behaviour and explain the micro and macro approaches.
  • To analyze and compare different models used to explain individual behaviour related to motivation and rewards.
  • To identify the processes used in developing communication and resolving conflicts.
  • To explain group dynamics and demonstrate skills required for working in groups (team building)
  • To identify the various leadership styles and the role of leaders in a decision making process.
  • To explain organizational culture and describe its dimensions and to examine various organizational designs.
  • To discuss the implementation of organizational change.

 

CC- 2: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • After reading one will be conversant with nature, objectives and scope of finance and its functions.
  • Capital budgeting describes the methods of investment evaluation criteria and the risk involved in various capital budgeting decisions.
  • Makes familiar with the meaning and significance of the cost of capital, methods of calculating cost of capital and capital assets pricing models.
  • Determining capital structure in practice, knowledge of capital structure theories.
  • In this section working capital is viewed in different approaches which helps in evaluating the working capital requirement and its management.
  • The inventory control methods described in this chapter gives a means for determining an optimum level of inventory. It also explains important aspects of receivables management to monitor the payment of receivables.

 

 

 

 

 

CC-3: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Decision making by using Probability Theory
  • Census and sampling methods of statistical investigation
  • Various methods used in collection of statistical data
  • Technique of using questionnaire
  • Method of calculation of karl Pearson Coefficient of Correlation and Rank Correlation
  • Various methods of measuring regressions
  • How Index numbers are prepared and what purpose does it serve?

 

Semester II

FC-2: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The course explains meaning objectives and needs of research, narrates the different types and methods of research.
  • Research formulation procedure explains the selection of research problems and development of hypothesis for the research work.
  • Being a complete structural framework of research, Research Design explains its concept type and use of various exploratory and experimental research methods.
  • Data collection and analysis describes the significance and process involved in the editing, coding, analysis, and interpretation of data through hypothesis testing.
  • Gives knowledge about explanation of findings after testing of hypothesis, interpretation of the results and recommendations, formulation of results for effective report writing.

CC-4: Learning outcomes for the Corporate Financial Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Explain the fundamental concepts and theories in corporate finance.
  • Analyze corporate performance with financial analysis.
  • Compute firm value using different valuation methods.
  • Demonstrate the concept of risk and return tradeoff in different assets.
  • Compute the appropriate discount rate for assets and cost of capital for a firm.
  • Compute capital budgeting for capital investment decisions.
  • Analyze how corporate financial decisions (such as financing policy, capital structure, dividend, etc.) influence firm value. 
  • Integrate analysis and valuation with applications of different corporate financial management problems.

CC- 5: Learning outcomes for the Accounting for Managerial Decision

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Explain how an organization’s mission, goals, and strategies affect managerial accounting
  • Apply cost-volume-profit analysis to find a break-even point and for preliminary profit planning
  • Apply differential analysis to decision scenarios, including whether to change plans, to accept a special order; to make, buy, or outsource; and to sell or further process a product.
  • Learn about various types of Budgets, concept of Budgeting and Budgetary Control.
  • Know the meaning & concept of Standard Costing & Variance Analysis along with their practical applications.
  • Identify need for Marginal Costing, Absorption Costing & Direct Costing along with practical application of Break- Even –Point [BEP] analysis.
  • Evaluate different Capital Expenditure Decisions with respect to ‘make or buy’, ‘sales mix’ and ‘continue or discontinue a product line’ decisions.
  • Understand the utility of Ratio Analysis, Financial Statements and Cash Flow Analysis in any organization.
  • Comprehend different contemporary issues in Management Accounting and Reports & Reporting needs & Reporting Levels in an organization.

 

 

 

CC-6: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • Scope and Nature of Managerial Economics. Refers to the use ofeconomic theory (micro and macro) and the tools of analysis of decision science (mathematical economics and econometrics) to examine how an organization can achieve its aims and objectives most efficiently.
  • Demand analysis to discover the customer requests for a product or service in a particular market. Demand is the amount of goods that consumers or buyers are willing and capable to buy for a specific price in a specific time period while everything else remains the same.
  • Production theory explains the principles in which the business has to take decisions on how much of each commodity it sells and how much it produces and also how much of raw material i.e. fixed capital and labor it employs and how much it will use.
  • To demonstrate how demand and supply interact in markets to determine prices, and to show equilibrium price and quantity, shortages, and surpluses in a market. ... There are two basic economic tools to study buyers and sellers and their behaviors in the marketplace: demand and supply.
  • Price discrimination refers to the charging of different prices for different quantities of a product, at different times, to different customer groups or in different markets, when these price differences are not justified by cost differences.
  • Inflation is the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising and, consequently, the purchasing power of currency is falling. Central banks attempt to limit inflation, and avoid deflation, in order to keep the economy running smoothly.

 

 

 

 

Semester 3

CC-7: CORPORATE LEGAL FRAMEWORK

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The Companies Act 2013 with relevant provisions gives a complete idea of legal structure regarding establishment, operation and winding up and dissolution of companies.
  • Describes the legal environment for Security Markets, the application of SEBI Act, 1992 and its relevance for controlling the securities market.
  • Describes the meaning, presence and control of unfair trade practices in India. Describes in a proper way the Law of Consumer Protection Act including grievance redressed mechanism.
  • Gives an idea regarding regulatory environment for international business, proper laws and its relevance  for international trade transactions.
  • One can get the knowledge of major international institutions deals in trade like World Trade Organization, its principles, characters and provisions.

 

CC-8 BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

·         To provide knowledge of the environment in which businesses operate, the economic operational and financial framework with particular application to the transaction of insurance business.

·         Discuss the supply and demand theory and its impact on insurance.

·         Explain the effects of government policy on the economic environment and insurance industry.

·         Outline how an entity operates in a business environment.

·         Describe how financial information is utilized in business.

·         Explain the legal framework that regulates the insurance industry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-9: Quantitative Technique for Business Decisions

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • At the core of the quantitative approach to decision-making are the estimation of probabilities of event and their consequences.
  • Inventory control is nothing but to give uninterrupted service towards the Production / Sales /Maintenance etc. with minimum stock. Inventory control is an important aspect for the growth of company. Stores inventory is the heart of an industry.
  • PERT/CPM provided a focus around which managers could brain-storm and put their ideas together. It proved to be a great communication medium by which thinkers and planners at one level could communicate their ideas, their doubts and fears to another level.
  • Replacement analysis is carried out when there is a need to replace or augment the currently owned equipment (or any asset). There are various reasons that result in replacement of a given equipment. One of the reasons is the reduction in the productivity of currently owned equipment.
  • Queuing theory examines every component of waiting in line to be served, including the arrival process, service process, number of servers, number of system places and the number of "customers" (which might be people, data packets, cars, etc.).

 

Elective (Any One)

  1. 1.      Accounts

EC - 2. Accounting Theory & Practice

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

Different  approaches of Accounting Theory

Conceptual  framework of financial accounting and reporting

Accounting standards in India  and its application

Depreciation Policy  and used of Accounting Standard 6

Recording of Assets and Liabilities in Balance Sheet as per Schedule111 (Part1) of Companies Act,2013

Techniques used in interpretation of financial statements and its utility.

Techniques of preparing Cash-flow statement and its utility

 

 

  1. 2.      Finance

EC-2. SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • This unit gives a complete idea of investment opportunities, avenues, measurement of risk and returns in addition to source of investment information.
  • This unit explains the risk associated with investments, its type, measurement and minimization techniques.
  • It describes the various categories of fixed income securities and its evaluation techniques.
  • After reading this unit one will be conversant with fundamental analysis of variable income securities, trading strategies of options and evaluation of options and future  based investment  strategies.
  • Lastly it aimed at providing a comprehensive and in depth knowledge of portfolio management, describing the process of combining securities in to a portfolio, monitoring that portfolio and evaluating its performance.

 

  1. 3.      Human Resource (HR)

EC - 2. Human Resource Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Enable the graduates to apply techniques in talent management, recruitment and compensation planning.
  • Strengthen the student’s understanding how the alignment of human resources strategy with the organization as a whole.
  • Develop the student’s ability to make ethical decisions based on human resource professional standards and practices that are in the best interest of the organization.
  • Strengthen the student’s abilities to work in and lead teams that culturally and geographically diverse.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in fundamental human resources theories and concepts and how they apply to real world situations.
  • Formulate human resources policies and practices that help promote the organization’s strategic goals.
  • Use strategic decision making to resolve human resource challenges and make effective business decisions.
  • Employ statistical and computer tools to analyze complex questions and business problems and reach defensible conclusions.
  • Develop an understanding of the challenges of human resources management and successfully manage and resolve conflict.
  • Assume leadership positions in different organizations and manage many types of people and groups.
  • Evaluate legal and ethical issues as they apply to human resource management locally and globally.
  • Understand and engage in research utilizing sound methods learned to add value to his work and the community.

 

 

4. Marketing

EC - 2 Principle and Practices of Marketing

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Understand the importance of consumer behavior as it relates to buying behavior.
  • Be able to identify, analyze, and use sources of marketing research information.
  • Be able to identify, understand, and apply basic marketing concepts to solving marketing        challenges.
  • Understand good marketing practices and techniques and how to apply them.
  • Be able to develop a sound Integrated Marketing Communications plan.
  • Define the role of marketing in business.
  • Explain the role of selling, customer relations and product management in marketing.
  • Define the role of marketing in business.
  • Explain the role of selling, customer relations and product management in marketing.
  • Define pricing and channel management strategies.

                                               

Semester IV

CC - 10 : Learning outcomes for the Strategic Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • describe the practical and integrative model of strategic management process that defines basic activities in strategic management
  • demonstrate the knowledge and abilities in formulating strategies and strategic plans
  • analyze the competitive situation and strategic dilemma in dealing with dynamic global business environment in terms of rapidly changing market trends and technological advancement
  • evaluate challenges faced by managers in implementing and evaluating strategies based on the nature of business, industry, and cultural differences
  • Students in Business Management develop skills and competencies in vital areas of business analytics and leadership effectiveness
  • Concept of Strategy: Defining strategy, levels at which strategy operates; Approaches to strategic decision making; mission and purpose, objectives and goals.
  • Environment Analysis and Diagnosis: Concept of Environment and is components; Environment scanning and appraisal; SWOT analysis
  • Strategy Formulation and Choice of Alternatives: Strategies- modernization, diversification, integration; Merger, take- over and joint strategies; Factors affecting strategic choice; Generic competitive strategies – cost leadership, differentiation focus, value chain analysis, bench marking, service blue printing.
  • Functional Strategies: Marketing, Production/operation and R&D plans and policies.
  • Dividend Policies: Issues in dividend decisions, dividend and uncertainty, relevance of dividend; dividend policy in practice; Forms of dividend behaviour
  • Strategy Valuation: Overview of strategic evaluation; Strategic control; Techniques of strategic evaluation and control.

 

CC – 11: Corporate Tax Planning and Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

Basic knowledge of  Income Tax Act 1961

Computation of Taxable Income and Tax

Minimum Alternative Tax on Companies

Tax Planning

Tax considerations in respect of specific managerial decisions

Filing of Returns and Assessments

Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements

Elective (Any One)

  1. 1.      Accounts

EC - 3: MANAGEMENT CONTROL & INFORMATION SYSTEM

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • MCS is a system used in an organization which collects and uses information to evaluate the performance of the organizational resources that will eventually influence the behavior of the organization to implement organizational strategies.
  • The Management control process involves carefully collecting information about a system, process, person, or group of people in order to make necessary decisions about each.
  • An accounting information system (AIS) is a structure that a business uses to collect, store, manage, process, retrieve and report its financial data so that it can be used by accountants, consultants, business analysts, managers, chief financial officers (CFOs), auditors and regulatory and tax agencies.
  • Controls seek to influence individual behaviour in order to achieve organisational objectives. Control aims at producing goal-congruent behaviour. Management control ensures that organisational behaviour of the individuals effectively contributes towards the realisation of the objectives of the organisation.

2. Finance

EC -3: Learning outcomes for the financial institution and market

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Financial institutions and markets and apply these theories in the analysis of issues in these institution and market area.
  • Explain and discuss the empirical foundations upon which practices in financial institutions and markets are based and the factors that influence decision making within these contexts.
  • Analyse a range of topical issues drawn from financial institutions and markets contexts from a variety of empirical and theoretical perspectives, identifying the key issues emerging and applying theory.
  • have an overview of the dynamics, key inter-dependencies and comparative advantages between issuer, intermediary and investor; 
  • understand the different motivations of stakeholders, and how participants navigate market, credit, operational, liquidity and reputation risk in order to maximize risk adjusted returns; 
  • examine the impact of e-commerce, information technology and smart-sourcing of empirical analysis, price discovery, best execution, confirmation, affirmation, settlement, and risk within exchange and off-exchange markets; 
  • Describe the role and structure of the financial system;
    b) explain key concepts such as financial claim, financial intermediation and financial market;
    c) discuss theories on financial markets and institutions that help explain phenomena such as adverse selection and moral hazard;
    d) explain the concepts and functions of different types of financial instruments.
  • Specific learning outcomes will be provided for each topic.

 

 

3.  Human Resource (HR)

MC4.3.Industrial & Labour Law (EC3)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Basic knowledge of Industrial disputes Law
  • Rules of compensation to workers
  • Maternity Relief to women
  • The law of Minimum wage Payment System
  • Bonus payable to employees under the Payment of Bonus Act,1965
  • Settlement of industrial disputes under the Industrial Disputes Act ,1947

 

 

 

  1. 4.      Marketing

EC - 3. Marketing Research

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The opening topic of this subject explains the nature, scope and structure of marketing research. Be it marketing planning, organization and control, marketing research comes to a great help in performing decision making process.
  • It explains that as a plan research design guides the conduct of an investigation and collection of needed information. It also emphasizes on motivational research techniques and market surveys.
  • Unit III deals with the topics related to tabulation of survey, and the use of statistical techniques to arrive at an optimum decision.
  • This segment deals with strategic decision making process which includes knowing about branding, segmentation and positioning of a product in market.
  • Knowing ethical issues in marketing research is also a part of this course. Students need to prepare a case study based on hypothetical data which give them immense knowledge regarding marketing research.

 

 

 

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FACULTY OF SCIENCES

FACULTY OF SCIENCES

 

DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY

B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany

CC-1:  Microbiology, Fungi and Plant Diseases

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of microbial world of bacteria, virus and mycoplasm
  • the role of microbs in industry and organic matter decomposition and Nz fixation
  • Fungi and Lichens
  • plant diseases and control
  • defence mechanism and disease management

 

CC-2: Algae and Bryophyta

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • algal world and importance
  • economic importance and thalhes organization in Algae
  • affinities and life history of Bryophytes
  • vegetative Reproduction and Economic importance in Bryophytes
  • sterilisation of Sporogenous tissues in Bryophytes

 

CC-3: Pteridophyte and Gymnosperm

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • laboratory learning of Gram staining of Bacteria
  • identification of different viral diseases
  • seen Bacteriophage and Tobacco Mosaic Virus
  • algal plants under microscope
  • details of Fungi

 

 

 

 

 

CC-4: Taxonomy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Pteridophytes and classification
  • details of Heterospory and seed habit
  • Ginkgo, the living Fossil
  • brief idea about Plant Fossils in Jharkhand
  • plant classification and taxonomy of different land plants

 

CC-5: Anatomy and Embryology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • meristems and mechanical tissues
  • abnormal secondary growth in plants
  • microsporogenesis and male gametophyte
  • structure of Endosperm and Embryosac
  • polyembryogony

 

CC-6: Economic Botany and Ethnobotany

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • economic importance of cereals and Legume
  • importance of oil and fibre Yielding Plants
  • spices plants, uses and importance
  • significance of different Ethenobotanical plants
  • role of Ethenobotany in modern medicines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-7: Plant Physiology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • diffusion and osmosis
  • water absorption and transpiration
  • role of careers in transport in plants
  • translocation and its path

 

CC-8: Plant Metabolism

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • idea about anatomy of plants
  • idea of Embryo from developing seeds
  • Ethenobotany important plants
  • physiological process in plants
  • Medicinal plants and its uses

 

CC-9: Plant Biochemistry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • plant cell and organ cell
  • idea of bio chemical properties
  • idea of protein synthesis
  • enzyme nature and actions
  • concept of Ribosomes and Glycosomes

 

CC-10: Plant Biotechnology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  idea of tissue culture
  • technique of DNA technology
  • phytochrome
  • embryogenesis
  • genetic engineering

 

 

 

 

CC-11: Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • cell division and Meiosis
  • different chromosomes
  • cleared law of Mendelism
  • genetic code
  • role of plant breeding

 

CC-12: Cell and Molecular Biology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • nucleic acid synthesis
  • DNA recombination
  • concept of gene
  • coloring
  • DNA finger printing

 

CC-13: Ecology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • biological spectrum
  • Hydrophytes and Xerophytes
  • different pollution and control
  • Eolophic and Bio factor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-14: Environmental Biology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • idea about soil and its nature
  • concept of non-conventional energy
  • details idea of MAB
  • concept of Plant individual
  • idea about environmental management

 

DSE-I:

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • microscopy techniques
  • confocal microscopy and fluorescence microscopy
  • scanning on electron microscopy
  • prokaryodic cell, size, shape and components
  • eukaryotic cell and components
  • mitochondria
  • structure of chloroplast
  • golgi body and Lysosoma
  • Perexosoma and Glyxosoma
  • nuclear inclusion in details
  • cell membrane structure and function
  • molecular control in Mitosia and Meiosis
  • idea of DNA replication
  • lac operon in Prokaryotes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE-II: Economic Botany and Biotechnology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • idea about Vavi Lov’s work
  • use of cereals
  • concept and Process use of Beverages
  • clove and uses
  • legume and uses
  • fibre yielding plants
  • micropropagation
  • blotting technique in recombinant
  • hybrid DNA technique
  • monoclonal antibodies
  • molecular diagnosis of human disease
  • human gene therapy
  • concept of DNA fingerprinting
  • details of ELISA and immuno
  • details of biotechnology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry

Semester-1

CC – 1 Inorganic Chemistry 1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • atoms and molecules on the basis of classical and quantum concepts
  • nature of elements, their periodic properties and chemical combinations
  • structure of ionic solids and shape of covalent molecules

CC – 2 Physical Chemistry 1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • applications of mathematical concepts in chemistry
  • properties of state of mater like gases & liquids
  • thermo dynamical approach in chemistry

Semester – 2

CC – 3 Organic Chemistry 1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • organic reactions and their mechanism
  • stereochemistry and its applications in biochemical processes

CC – 4 Physical Chemistry 2

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • structure of crystalline solids and their properties
  • colloidal chemistry and its application in our daily life
  • chemical reactions though kinetics and catalysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 3

CC – 5 Inorganic Chemistry 2

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • principles of extraction of elements through redox potential data analysis
  • chemistry of transition elements, lanthanides and actinides
  • co-ordination chemistry and importance of complexes in biochemical processes

CC – 6 Organic Chemistry 2

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • structure, properties and chemical reactions with mechanism
  • structure, properties and chemical reactions with mechanism of the following class of organic compounds
  • aromatic compounds
  • alkyl and aryl halides
  • alcohols and phenols
  • ethers and epoxides
  • aldehydes and ketone

CC – 7 Physical Chemistry 3

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • second and third law of thermodynamics
  • criteria for thermodynamic equilibrium and spontaneity of physical and chemical processes
  • phase equilibria and two component system with applications in metallurgy
  • physical properties and its application in structure determination of molecules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 4

CC – 8 Inorganic Chemistry 3

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of acids and bases. Classification of substances as hard and soft acid & base
  • chemical reaction in non aqueous solvents like liquid NH3 and liquid SO2
  • nature of bonding in complexes on the basis of VBT and CFT

CC – 9 Organic Chemistry 3

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • structure, properties and chemical reactions with mechanism of the following class of organic compounds
  • carboxylic acids
  • carboxylic acid derivatives
  • organic compounds containing nitrogen
  • principles and applications of UV-spectroscopy and IR-spectroscopy to organic molecules

CC – 10 Physical Chemistry 4

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of electrochemistry and its applications like electrochemical cell
  • surface chemistry and its applications in our daily life

Semester – 5

CC – 11 Organic Chemistry 4

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • principles of NMR spectroscopy and its applications to structure determination of organic molecules
  • structure, chemical properties and applications
  • organometallics
  • organosulphur compounds
  • heterocyclic compounds

 

 

 

CC – 12 Physical Chemistry 5

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • photo chemistry and its applications
  • colligative properties and is applications
  • elementary quantum mechanics and its applications to M.O.T.

DSE – 1 Bio-Inorganic Chemistry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • biological role of metal ion
  • biological function of trace elements like iron, copper, molybdenum etc.
  • role of metallomorphyrins
  • transport and storage of dioxygen by heme proteins
  • oxy and deoxy hemoglobin
  • nitrogen fixation
  • function of nitrogenase
  • metals in medicine and toxicity of metals

DSE – 2 Bio-Organic Chemistry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • enzymes catalysis
  • chemical and biological catalysis
  • extraction of enzymes
  • enzyme inhibition in reversible and irreversible process
  • mechanism of enzyme action
  • clinical use of enzymes
  • biotechnology and its applications
  • recombination of DNA technology
  • co-enzymes and vitamins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 6

CC – 13 Inorganic Chemistry 4

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • metal complexes
  • magnetic property
  • electronic spectra
  • thermodynamic and kinetic stability
  • organometallics, silicones and phosphazems

 

CC – 14 Organic Chemistry 5

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • chemistry of carbohydrates and proteins
  • chemistry of synthetic polymers and its uses
  • synthesis and use of synthetic dyes

 

DSE – 3 Spectroscopy (Physical Chemistry)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • principles of the following spectrum and its applications
  • rotational and vibrational spectrum
  • Raman spectrum
  • NMR spectra
  • determination of functional group by IR spectrum
  • comparison between IR and Raman spectra
  • concept of electronic spectrum
  • qualitative description of selection rules
  • Franck – Condon principle
  • structure elucidation of organic molecules by using UV, IR and NMR spectra

 

 

 

 

U.G. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics

Semester-1

CC-1: Real Analysis & Matrices

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition & recognition of the axioms for R
  • the concept of limit of sequence, monotonic sequence and testing for convergence of a sequence
  • testing convergence of series with the help of different tests
  • defining mappings, Equivalence Relations and Partitions
  • identifying symmetric, Skew Symmetric, Hermitian and skew Hermitian Matrices & explaining the concept of elementary operations on matrices
  • defining different ranks. Eigenvalues, eigenvectors of a matrix and solving linear equations

CC-2: Differential calculus and Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • nth derivative, Partial Derivative & expansion of function
  • equation of Tangent, Normal & Asymptotes by use of Calculus
  • identifying the conic sections by analyzing a given equation
  • tangent, normal & Director circle of conic section
  • solving problems on conic section in polar equation

CC-3: Integral calculus and Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • integration
  • evaluating double and triple integrals
  • the volume and surface area of solids of revolution
  • equation of Planes, Straight lines, Spheres, Cone & cylinder

 

 

CC – 4: Linear Programming and statistics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • convex sets in R2, their properties and formulating & solving L.P.P., Transportation and Assignment
  • different deterministic replacement models, sequencing problems on two machines and n jobs
  • the concept of skewness and kurtosis
  • fitting a curve by method of least square
  • correlation and regression & their expectations and variance

CC -5: Analysis I & Differential Equation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of limit and continuity
  • derivability, continuity and Mean value Theorems
  • Riemann Integration
  • use of integrability condition
  • first order higher degree differential equation
  • linear Equation with constant coefficient
  • second order linear equations

CC – 6: Higher Arithmetic and Group Theory

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • residue class and system and their properties, Fermat’s, Euler’s and Nilson’s theorems
  • solution of congruences equations, Chinese remainder theorem
  • non-Linear algebraic congruency with respect to the modules
  • definitions of group and subgroups, cyclic group, coset
  • Lagrarge’s Theorem, Homomorphism and Isomorphism
  • Permutation groups and Cayley’s Theorem

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC – 7: Set theory, Graph Theory and Boolean Algebras

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Relation, Functions and related theorem and problems
  • Graphs and Planar Graph, Multigraphs, paths and circuits, shortest paths, Eurelian paths
  • travelling Statesman problem, Planar Graphs
  • Boolean Algebras, Lattiees, Duality and Laws
  • Bair’s theorem, Cantor’s Intersection theorem

CC – 8: Real function of two variables and complex analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Continuity, Differentiability and related necessary and sufficient condition
  • Limit, Continuity, Derivative, ER equation, Miln Thompson method
  • Complex transformation, Bilinear transformation, Conformal Transformation.
  • Solve the different types of Transformation
  • Kinematics in two dimensions-Plane curve in polar form and Cartesian form.
  • S.H.M., motion under inverse square law
  • Newton’s Law, work, K.E., Hook’s Law

CC – 9: Improper integral, Vector, Ring

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • convergence of improper integral and different test
  • multiple integrals via Dirichlet’s theorem, Liouville’s extension
  • vector integration and Stocke’s theorem, Gause divergence theorem
  • ring and related theorem and problems

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC – 10: Programmer’s model, Interpolation Numerical Analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • algorithms, flow charts, data types, input/output
  • logical and conditional operators, loop, case control structures
  • solution of equations by bisection, regula-falsi, Newton’s method
  • lagrage and hermite interpolation, divided difference
  • numerical integration, simpson’s rule
  • exams elimination method, euler method

CC – 11: Dynamics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • wrench, pitch, null lives
  • virtual work, common eatenary
  • motion of a particle under a central force
  • central orbits, Newton’s law of gravitation
  • planetary motion, Kepler’s law of gravitation
  • planetary motion, Kepler’s laws of motion
  • projectile under gravity
  • motion of two mass centre, D’Alembert’s principle
  • two dimensional of a rigid body rotating about a fixed axis

CC – 12: Hydrostatics, Hydrodynamics and Special functions

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • nature and properties of fluid pressure, centre pressure
  • thrust on plant and curved surfaces
  • Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, Eulerian methods, Equation of continuity
  • Euler’s equation of motion, Bernovilli’s Theorem
  • Series solution of ordinary different equator
  • Bessel’s equation and solution
  • Legendre equation and solution
  • hypergeometric functions

 

 

 

 

P.G. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

M.Sc. (Mathematics)

CC-101

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

A1: Unit 1- Real Analysis

  • definition and the concept of sequence and series of the function
  • concept of uniform convergence of sequence and series of real application
  • proving the theorems of uniform convergence and its application
  • the concept of continuity and term by term integration and differentiation

A2: Fourier Series

  • the fourier series and the convergence of trigonometric fourier series
  • Bessel’s inequality
  • proving the different theorems and its application

 

CC-102: Complex Analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • proving the different theorems of complex analysis and fundamental theorem of Algebra
  • broader approach of power series and proving related theorems
  • residue and poles and its theorems and problems

 

CC-103: Topology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the compactness in Metric Space
  • a comprehensive lecture on topological space and its application
  • separation of T1-Space, T2-Space
  • connectedness and its application

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester- 2

CC-204: Group Theory

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Isomorphism and proving its related theorems
  • permutation group and its related topics
  • the conjugacy classes of a finite group

 

CC-205: Differential Geometry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • space curve and proving Serret-Frenet formulas
  • curvilinear Co-ordinator
  • parametric curve and different theorems and its applications
  • Geodesics

 

CC-204: Analytical Dynamics

After completing Analytical Dynamics, the students know about the motion of a particle analytically.

  • motion in two dimensions
  • moving axes and velocity and acceleration of a particle in two dimensional motion
  • different theorems on equation of motion
  • Lagarange’s Equation of motion of small oscillation

 

Semester-3

CC-307: Discrete Mathematics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • partially ordered set and lattices
  • logic and its application
  • Graph Theory
  • pigeon hole principle

 

 

 

 

CC-308: Functional Analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different inequalities
  • continuous linear mappings
  • Hahn-Banach Theorem
  • Hilbert space and its applications

 

EC- 302A: Computational Technology and Fortran

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • numerical computing and its concept
  • flow chart and programming techniques
  • the language FORTRAN and its application
  • different types of problems based on Matrix

 

EC-302B: Differential Equation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Laplace transform and its application
  • Fourier Sin and Cosine series and its inverse and its application
  • the series solution of general homogenous linear second order equation and its singular points
  • linear system and its application

 

EC-303A: Operations Research

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • known demand, probabilistic demand etc.
  • project planning and its applications
  • concept of Game Theory and its applications
  • concept of Branch and Bound techniques

 

 

 

EC-303B: Difference Equation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • dynamics of 1st order difference equation and its application
  • its equilibrium points
  • linear differences Equation of higher order and its application

 

Semester - 4

CC- 409: Ring and Field

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Integral Domain, Ring and Fields and proving relaxed theorems and their applications

EC-404A: Integral Transform

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Stieltjes transform
  • the Laplace-Stieltjes theorem and proving it
  • different theorems and their proves and applications
  • the problems of Laplace transform

EC- 404B: Boundary Layer Theory

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • derivation of Navier-Strokes equation, Viscocity and its limiting cases
  • boundary layer concept and its applications
  • the momentum equation and its applications

 

EC- 405A: Partial Differential Equation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • classification of second order partial differential Equation
  • Fourier Sin and Cosine and its Inverse transform
  • wave equation and its problems
  • integral transforms and Green’s function and its application

EC-405B: Tensor Calculus

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different types of tensors
  • the differentiation of different tensors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics

Semester-1

CC – 1 Mathematical Physics 1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • First order and 2nd. order differential equation and integrating factor.
  • Statement of existence and uniqueness theorem and initial value problem
  • Grad , Divergence and Curl and their applications.
  • Gauss’s divergence, Green’s and Stoke’s theorem and their applications.
  • Orthogonal and curvilinear co-ordinate
  • Expression for gradient , divergence and Curl, Laplacian  inorthogonal curvilinear  co- ordinates.
  •  Derivation of gradient , divergence , Curl and  Laplacian spherical and cylindrical co- ordinate system.

CC – 2 Mechanics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Angular momentum of a particle and system of particles, principle of conservation of angular momentum.
  • Calculation of moment of inertia of spherical and cylindrical bodies.
  • Elastic constants and relation among them.
  • Twisting couple of a solid and hollow cylindrical wire.
  • Bending of beam and cantilever which is used in purpose of multistorage building and bridges.
    • Determination of surface tension by Quinke’s and Jaeger’s methods.
    • Poiseullie’s formula and its applications.
    • Satellite and its applications.
    • Basic idea of Global Positioning System (G.P.S.)
    • Simple Harmonic Motion , forced oscillation, resonance and sharpness of resonance.
    • Michelson – Morley experiment and outcome.
    • Lorentz transformation equation and application.
    • Variation of  mass with velocity and mass – energy relation
    • Doppler’s effect Minkawski space.

     

 

Semester – 2

CC – 3 Electricity and Magnetism

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Electric field , electric flux, Gauss’s law and applications.
  • Laplace’s and Poission’s equation and their solution.
  • Polarization, capacitor ( parallel plate and spherical ).
  • Biot – Savart’s law and applications. Ampere’s circuital Law
  • B-H curve and hysteresis.
  • Faraday’s and Lenz’s law , self and mutual induction.
  • Maxwell’s equation, charge conservation and  displacement current.
  • A.C. circuit , reactance and impedance
  • Series LCR circuit , resonance and Q-factor.

 

CC – 4 Waves and Optics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Longitudinal and transverse waves , waves equations.
  • Intensity of wave, ripple and gravity waves.
  • Newton’s formula for velocity of sound with Laplace’s correction.
  • Electromagnetic nature of light and Huygen’s principle
  • Temporal and spatial coherence.
  • Interference of light and Young’s double slit experiment and Fresnel’s Biprism.
  • Phase change in reflection, interference in thin film.
  • Fringes of equal thickness and equal inclination.
  • Newton’s rings . measurement of wavelength and refractive index.
  • Michelson interferometer and its applications.
  • Febry – Perot interferometer and its applications.
  • Resolving power of telescope and grating.
  • Fresnel’s halfperiod zone, zone plate.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 3

CC – 5 Mathematical Physics 2

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Fourier series, orthogonality and sine and cosine function.
  • Expansion of function with arbitrary period.
  • Application, analysis of sawtooth and square wave.
  • Forbenius method and its application to differential equation.
  • Legendre ,  Bessel and properties of  Legendre polynomials.
  • Bessel functions  of the first kind, generating function.
  • Beta and gamma functions and relation between them.
  • Systematic and Random errors and propagation of errors.
  • Solution to partial differential equations using separation variables.
  • Laplace’s equation , rectangular , cylindrical and spherical symmetry. 

 

CC – 6 Thermal Physics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Zeroth law of thermodynamics and concept of temperature.
  • First law of thermodynamics and applications.
  • Second law of thermodynamics , Carnot’s cycle and Carnot engine and efficiency.
  • Thermodynamic scale of temperature and its equivalence to perfect gas scale.
  • Concept of entropy, entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes.
  • Third law of thermodynamics.
  • Thermodynamic potential properties and applications.
  • First and second order phase transition.
  • Maxwell’s thermodynamic relation and applications.
  • Maxwell – Boltzmann law of distribution of velocities.
  • Degrees of freedom and law of equipartition of energy.
  • Mean free path and transport phenomenon.
  • Van der wall’s equation of state and critical constants. 

 

 

 

 

CC – 7 Digital Systems and Applications

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Difference between analog and digital circuit.
  • Binary number and decimal conversion.
  • Conversion of truth table into equivalent logic circuit.
  • Data processing circuit , Binary addition and subtraction.
  • JK flip flop, M/s JK flip flop
  • IC 555 block diagram and applications.
  • Astable and monostable multivibrator.
  • Shift registers and counters.

 

Semester-4

CC – 8 Mathematical Physics 3

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Complex Numbers and their Graphical Representation.
  • Analytic functions. Conditions for analyticity.
  • Integration of a function of a complex variable. Cauchy's Inequality.
  •  Cauchy’s Integral formula, Laurent and Taylor’s expansion.
  •  Residues, Residue Theorem, their application in solving definite Integrals and other problems of interest to physicists.
  • Fourier Transform, Inverse Fourier transform, their properties and applications in solving differential equations.
  •  Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform, their properties and applications in solving differential equations.

 

CC – 9 Elements of Modern Physics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Wave-particle duality and different experimental evidences in its support, particles as wave packets. Group and Phase velocities, Probability,
  • Heisenberg uncertainty principle, its derivation and applications.
  • Schrodinger equation for non-relativistic particles; physical interpretation of a wave function, Probability and probability current densities probabilities and normalizationPosition, Momentum and Energy operators; stationary states.
  • Application of Schrodinger equation to one dimensional potential problem.
  • Stability of the nucleus
  • Radioactive decay
  • Electron-positron pair creation bygamma photons in the vicinity of a nucleus.
  • Mass defect, - nature of fragments and emission of neutrons in nuclear fission.
  • Fusion and thermonuclear reactions driving stellar energy.
  • Spontaneous and Stimulatedemissions. Metastable states. Einstein’s A and B coefficients. Optical Pumping and Population Inversion. Three-Level and Four-Level Lasers.
  • Ruby Laser and He-Ne Laser.     

CC – 10 Analog Systems and Applications

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Semiconductor diodes and their characteristics.
  • Energy Level Diagram. Conductivityand Mobility, Barrier Formation in PN Junction Diode. Static and Dynamic Resistance.
  • Current Flow Mechanism in Forward and Reverse Biased Diode. Drift Velocity. Derivation of Barrier Potential, Barrier Width and Current for Step Junction.
  • Semi-conductor Rectifiers, calculation of Ripple Factor and Rectification Efficiency,
  • Zener Diode and Voltage Regulation.
  • Principle and structure of LEDs, Photodiode and Solar Cell.           
  • Transistors, their types and configurations.
  • Characteristics of transistor in different Configurations. Current gains α and β and their .
  • Load Line analysis of Transistors.     
  • Transistor Biasing and Stabilization Circuits.
  • Transistor as 2-port Network. h-parameter Equivalent Circuit. Analysis of a single-stage CE amplifier using Hybrid Model.
  • Classification of Class A, B & C Amplifiers.
  • RC-coupled amplifier and its frequency response.
    • Positive and Negative Feedback.
    • Gain, Stability, Distortion and Noise in feedback.    
    • Barkhausen's Criterion for self-sustained oscillations.
    • RC Phase shift oscillator, determination of Frequency. Hartley & Colpitts oscillators.
      • Characteristics of an Ideal and PracticalOp-Amp. (IC 741) Open-loop and Closed-loop 
      • Gain. Frequency Response. CMRR. SlewRate and concept of Virtual ground.
      • Inverting and non-inverting amplifiers.
      • Use of op-amp as Adder, Subtractor, Differentiator, Integrator, and Log amplifier

 

Semester - 5

CC – 11 Quantum Mechanics and Applications

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Postulates of Quantum Mechanics.
  • Time dependentSchrodinger equation and dynamical evolution of a quantum state. Properties of Wave Function.
  • Linearity and Superposition Principles. Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions.
  • Commutator of position and momentum operators; Expectation values of position and momentum.
  • Wave function of a Free Particle.
  • Hamiltonian, stationary states and energy eigenvalues.
  • General solution of the time dependent Schrodinger equation in terms of linear combinations of stationary states.
  • Application to spread of Gaussian wave-packet for a free particle in one dimension; wave packets, Position-momentum uncertainty principle.
  • continuity of wave function,boundary condition and emergence of discrete energy levels.
  • Application to square well potential,
  • Quantum mechanics of simple harmonic oscillator-energy levels and energy eigen functions using Frobenius method; Hermite polynomials; ground state, zero point energy & uncertainty principle.     
  • Electron angular momentum. Space quantization.Electron Spin and Spin Angular Momentum. Larmor’s Theorem. Spin Moment.
  • Stern-Gerlach Experiment.
  • Electron Magnetic Moment and Magnetic Energy, Gyromagnetic Ratio and Bohr Magneton. Normal and Anomalous Zeeman Effect.
  • Paschen Back and Stark Effect.
  • Pauli’s Exclusion Principle, Symmetric &Antisymmetric Wave Functions.
  •  Spin orbit coupling. Spectral Notations for Atomic States. Total angular momentum.    
  • Vector Model. Spin-orbit coupling in atoms- L-S and J-J couplings.
  • Hund’s Rule. Term symbols. Spectra of Hydrogen and Alkali Atoms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC – 12 Solid State Physics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Crystal structure, Lattice TranslationVectors. Unit Cell. Miller Indices. Reciprocal Lattice. Types of Lattices.
  • Brillouin Zones. Diffraction of X-rays by Crystals. Bragg’s Law. Atomic and Geometrical Factor.
  • Lattice Vibrations and Phonons, Qualitative Description of the Phonon.
  • Dulong and Petit’s Law, Einstein and Debye theories of specific heat of solids. T3 law.          
  • Dia-, Para-, Ferri- and Ferromagnetic Materials. ClassicalLangevin Theory of Dia– and Paramagnetic Domains.
  • Quantum Mechanical Treatment of Paramagnetism. Curie’s law, Weiss’s Theory of Ferromagnetism and Ferromagnetic Domains.
  •  B-H Curve. Hysteresis and Energy Loss
  • Polarization. Electric Susceptibility. Polarizability.
  • Clausius Mosotti Equation. Classical Theory of Electric Polarizability.
  • Langevin-Debye equation. Complex Dielectric Constant
  • Normal and Anomalous Dispersion.
  • Periodic potential and Bloch Theorem, Kronig Penny model.
  • Band Gap. Conductor, Semiconductor  and insulator. Conductivity of Semiconductor, mobility, Hall Effect. Measurement of conductivity & Hall coefficient.
    • Properties of superconductivity.
    • Critical Temperature. Critical magnetic field.Meissner effect. Type I and type II Superconductors, Idea of BCS theory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester- 6

CC – 13 Electromagnetic Theory

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Maxwell’s equations.
  •  Vector andScalar Potentials. Gauge Transformations: Lorentz and Coulomb Gauge.
  • Boundary Conditions at Interface between Different Media. Wave Equations.
  • Plane Waves in Dielectric Media.
  • Poynting vector and Poynting Theorem. Electromagnetic (EM) Energy Density.         
  • Plane EM waves through vacuum and isotropic dielectric medium, transverse nature of plane EM waves, refractive index anddielectric constant, wave impedance.
  • Propagation of electromagnetic wave through conducting media, relaxation time,skin depth.
  • Wave propagation through dilute plasma, electrical conductivity of ionized gases,

plasma frequency, refractive index, skin depth.                                           

  • Boundary conditions at a plane interface between two media.Reflection & Refraction of plane waves at plane interface between two dielectric media-Laws of Reflection & Refraction.
  •  Fresnel's Formulae for perpendicular & parallel polarization cases, Brewster's law. Reflection & Transmission coefficients. Total internal reflection.
  • Description of Linear, Circular and EllipticalPolarization. Propagation of E.M. Waves in Anisotropic Media. Double Refraction. Polarization by Double Refraction.
  • Nicol Prism. Ordinary & extraordinary refractive indices. Production & detection of Plane, Circularly and Elliptically Polarized Light
  • Babinet Compensator and its Uses
  • Biot’s Laws for Rotatory Polarization. Fresnel’sTheory of optical rotation.
  • Laurent’s half-shade polarimeter
  • Numerical Aperture. Step and Graded Indices

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC – 14 Statistical Mechanics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Elementary Concept of Ensemble, Entropy and Thermodynamic Probability
  • Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution Law, Partition Function, Thermodynamic Functions of an Ideal Gas
  • Gibbs Paradox, Sackur Tetrode equation, Law of Equipartition of Energy
  • Properties of Thermal Radiation. Laws of Blackbody Radiation
  • Spectral Distribution of Black Body Radiation and its laws
  • B-E distribution law
  •  Bose Einstein condensation, properties of liquid He (qualitative description)
  •  Radiation as a photon gas and Thermodynamic functions of photon gas.
  • Fermi-Dirac Distribution Law
  • Electron gas in a Metal, Specific Heat of Metals
  • White Dwarf Stars and Chandrasekhar Mass Limit        

 

 

DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE

DSE – 1 Nuclear and Particle Physics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Constituents of nucleus and their Intrinsic properties
  •  Main features of binding energy versus mass number curve, N/A plot, angular momentum, parity, magnetic moment, electric moments, nuclear excites states
  • Liquid drop model approach, semi empirical mass formula
  •  Fermi gas model, nuclear shell structure and nuclear magic numbers
  • basic assumption of shell model, concept of mean field and residual interaction

 

  • Alpha decay: basics ofα-decay processes, theory ofα- emission
  • Geiger Nuttall law, α-decay spectroscopy
  •  β-decay: energy kinematics for, positron emission, electron capture, neutrino hypothesis. Gamma decay: Gamma
  • Types of nuclear  Reactions, Conservation Laws, kinematics of reactions, Q-value, reaction rate, reaction cross section.
  • Concept of compound and direct Reaction
  • Energy loss due to ionization (Bethe- Blockformula), energy loss of electrons
  • Cerenkov radiation. Gamma ray interaction through matter, photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, pair production, neutron interaction with matter.
  • Nuclear detectors
  • Ionization chamber and GM Counter,Scintillation Detectors and photo-multiplier tube (PMT)
  • Semiconductor Detectors and neutron detector

 

  • Particle interactions; basic features, types of particles and its families.Symmetries and Conservation Laws: energy and momentum, angular momentum, parity,baryon number, Lepton number.
  •  Concept of quark model.

 

DSE – 2 Classical Dynamics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Generalised coordinates, Hamilton'sPrinciple, Lagrangian and Euler-Lagrange equations
  •  Hamilton's equations of motion brackets. Canonical transformations   
  • Special Theory of Relativity. LorentzTransformations. Minkowski space. Time-dilation, length contraction & twin paradox
  •  Four-vectors: Concept of four-force
  • relativistic kinematics. Equation of motion of charged particle & Maxwell's equations in tensor form
  • potentials due to a moving charge: Lienard Wiechert potentials
  • power radiated, Larmor’s formula and its relativistic generalisation      

 

DSE – 3: Dissertation

One project dissertation to prepare student for researches in future.

DSE – 4: Experimental Techniques

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • measurement, accuracy and precision. significant figures, error and uncertainty analysis,types of errors: standard deviation, chi-square) and curve fitting, guassian distribution.
  • signals and systems
  • shielding    and  grounding           
  • transducers & industrial
  • digital multimeter
  •  vacuum systems

 

DSE 5: Earth Science

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin of universe, creation of elements and earth
  • astronomy, geology, meteorology and oceanography. introduction to various branches of earth sciences
  • the milky way galaxy, solar system, earth’s orbit and spin, the moon’s orbit and spin. the terrestrial and jovian planets. meteorites & asteroids. energy and particle fluxes incident on the earth
  • the cosmic microwave background   
  • the solid earth: mass, dimensions, shape and topography, internal structure, magnetic field, geothermal energy. how do we learn about earth’s interior

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY

B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology

Semester-1

CC-I  Systematics & Animal Diversity

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the no-chordates of the world
    • the classification of animals
    • multi-cellular animals
    • the parasitism taking the F.hepatica and Acains as an example
    • etenophore & it relations with other group of animals
    • discontinuous distribution of peripatus, an example of connecting link.

 

CC-2  Animal Form and Function of Invertebrates

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the locomotry organelles in single cell animals
  • the method of obtaining food in single cell animals
  • animals having cellular grade of construction
  • differentiating alternation of generation and Metagenesis taking obelia as an example
    • coral & coral reefs of the world
    • the excretory organs, respiratory organs and laval forms of coelomate phyla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 2

CC- 3 Cell Biology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the chordates of the world
  •  to place them in proper Toxa
  • idea about the un-chordates & cephalochordate
  • the morphological anatomical and physiological adaptation in chordates
  • the poisonous and non-poisonous and non-poisonous snakes of the world
  • the venoms and their mode of actions & symptoms developed
  • the comparative study in different vertebrates

 

 

CC- 4 Diversity of Chordata

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin of cell and formulation of cell theory
  • P.M and Cell-organelles
  • the chromosomes and DNA
  • the methods of division in a cell
  • the knowledge of cancer, carcinogens stages of cancer and molecular basis of cancer
  • cytoskeletal structure

 

Semester – 3

CC -5 Mammalian Physiology

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the mechanism of breathing and transport of gases
  • blood, blood group and structure and function of hemoglobin
  • the digestion of carbohydrates, protein and lipids
  • structure of kidney and urine formation
  • the nervous system, conduction of impulse and reflex action
  • Gonads (testis and ovary) and reproduction cycle

 

 

 

 

CC-6 Endocrinology & Animal Physiology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • hormones and its classification
  • neurotransmitter and its role in physiological activities
  • different endocrine glands, Anatomical position and histology
  • the different hormones action and their control
  • endocrine disorders (causes, symptoms, treatment etc)
  • different types of tissue

 

CC-7 Developmental Biology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the formation of male and female gametes
  • events before fertilization
  • post fertilization events and preventation of Polyspermy
  • cleavage, Blastulation, Gastrulation & Organogenesis
  • the formation and function of EEM in chick
  • development, classification and function of Placenta
  • the development of Frog metamorphosis and hormonal control
  • the changes during Agency and Theories of Ageing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 4

CC-8 Genetics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the chemical composition and structure of D.N.A & R.N.A.
  • idea about Mendels experiment and laws of heredity.
  • intra allelic and inter allelic interaction.
  • linkage and crossing over.
  • sex determination in different animals including human.
  • sex linked and sex influenced genes.
  • gene mutation.
  • single gene disorder.
  • different types of genetic disorders.

 

CC-9 Evolution

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • geological era, epochs and periods, their durations and dominant forms. (Darwinism, Lamarckism, and Neo-Darwinism)
  • isolating mechanisms and its role in evolution
  • phylogeny of horse & man
  • species and speciation
  • inmate and learned behavior
  • social insects with example of Honey Bees
  • parental care in Fishes and Amphibians

 

CC-10 Animal Behaviour

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • structure, classification and functions of Protein.
  • structure, classification and biological significance of lipids.
  • classification and properties of enzymes.
  • structure, classification and physiological functions of vitamins.
  • structure & confirmation of monosaccharide’s.
  • carbohydrate metabolism.
  • nucleic acid (DNA & RNA).

 

 

Semester-5

 

CC-11 Microbiology & Immunology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Prokaryotes (Structure & reproduction)
  • classification of Bacteria
  • techniques of microbiology
  • pathogenic microbes
  • vaccines, their preparation, antibiotics and their mode of action
  • immunity types of immune cells, Production of Antibody

 

CC- 12 Environmental Biology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • ecosystem concept
  • major ecosystems of the world
  • food chains, types of food chain in different habitat and food webs
  • biogeochemical cycle, (Sedimentary, Gaseous and Water Cycle)
  • the characteristics of population
  • different types of succession ( Hydrosere and Xeosere)
  • environmental issues like air water and soil Pollution
  • conservation of Natural resources

 

DSE-1 Economic Zoology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different types of Bees, tools of Bee keeping & method of Honey extraction
  • different types of Silkworm, host plants type of Silk, method of culture & processing of silk
  • fish culture, Fishery products, their preservation, processing and fishery products
  • different types of breeds, rearing, housing & feed
  • commercial importance of dairy and Poultry farming

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE-2 Zoology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the types of data and methods of data collection
  • data presentation (Histogram and Pie Diagram)
  • central tendency (mean, median & mode)
  • the methods of measurement of variations (standard deviation & standard error)
  • student’s test and its application

 

Semester - 6

CC-13 Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • types of DNA(A,B & Z)
  • mechanism of DNA replication
  • Transcription process in Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic
  • operon concept
  • types of operon (Lacoperon, Erpoperon)
  • restriction Enzymes & their role
  • DNA fingerprint and its application

 

CC- 14 Medical Applied Zoology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • structure, life cycle Pathogenicity, clinical features and prophylaxis of Protozoans like Plasmodium, Entamoeba & Leishmania donovani
  • Pathogenic helmanthis Parasites, clinical features, control & Prophylaxis
  • Arthropodes as agents of disease & discomforts
  • the vector of plague & their prevention
  • typhoid, cholera & small pox
  • drug therapy and drug resistance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE 3 Toxicology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • pollution (Air, water and soil) and control strategies
  • Toxicology (definition, classification, toxic agent)
  • toxic agent (food additives, pesticides, carcinogen and poisons)
  • xenobiotics, their distribution, translocation, storage and elimination
  • LCSO & LDSO
  • EIA & Environmental Policy

 

DSE IV

  • To prepare project through Power point.

 

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FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

B.A. (Hons.) Economics

Semester-1

CC-1: Micro Economics 1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  nature and scope of Economics, methodology of Economics
  •  demand and supply interaction in the market structure to determine equilibrium price and quantity
  •  difference between cardinal measurement and ordinal measurement of utility
  • consumer behavior to maximize utility
  • the different concepts of costs and revenue and their relevance
  • producer behavior to maximize production and profit
  • the different forms of market, their features, and different degrees of competition

 

CC -2   Indian Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  the basic features of Indian Economy
  • the causes of backwardness of Indian economy, causes of population explosion
  •  the role of different form of infrastructure in the economic development and their challenges
  •  five years planning in the historical perspective
  • Success of green revolution in India
  • the trends of agricultural production and productivity and factors responsible for agricultural backwardness
  • the causes of adoption of new economic reforms and its impact on the different section of the society

 

Semester  -  2

CC -3 Micro Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • determination of price in the different forms of market
  • situations when price discrimination is possible, profitable and justified
  • when a loss making firm will stop its production in short and long run
  •  the different theories of factor pricing, wage, rent, interest and profit
  •  the difference between classical and modern theories of factor pricing
  • the difference between positive and normative Economics, and the problems faced in the measurement of welfare
  •  the conditions of Pareto Optimality

 

CC-4  Indian Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the industrial development in India during plan period
  •  the impact of new industrial policy on Indian economy
  • the role of foreign trade in India’s development, changes in the composition and direction of trade in the posts reform period
  •  the causes of disequilibrium  in Balance of Payment and how the disequilibrium can be removed
  •  the role of physical and human infrastructure in the economic development of India
  •  recent development and challenges such as—poverty, unemployment, inflation, inequality in income, regional disparities etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester  - 3

CC-5  Macro Economics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  different the concepts of National Income Accounting and different methods of measurement of National Income
  •  difference between the classical and Keynesian theory of employment
  •  consumption Function, MPC, MPS, APC,APS. And factors determining propensity to consume
  • determination of interest rate in classical, Keynesian and post Keynesians era
  • concept of Business Cycle, its characteristics and different theories of trade cycle
  • causes, consequences and different methods to control trade cycle

 

CC - 6 International Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

 

  • key concepts, economics theories and model of international trade
  • analysis of the link between trade and economic growth and globalization with emphasis on the experience of India
  •  analysis of the economic effects of tariffs, quota etc.
  • balance of payments problems and measures to solve those problems
  • concept of foreign trade multiplier and its implications
  • functions and role of international financial institution in the economic development of UDCs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC - 7 Public Finance

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concepts and difference between private and public finance
  • different sources of revenue of government of India
  • classification of taxes, impact and incidence of different taxes and their effects
  • concepts of public expenditure, effects and causes of growth of public expenditure in India in recent years
  • Budget - its kind, classifications of budget
  • sources of public debt and different methods of redemption
  • the different principles of taxation

 

Semester  - 4

CC-8 Money & Banking

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • functions of money and role of money in different forms of the economy
  • concept of index numbers and its limitations
  • change in value of money with the change in money in the economy
  • meaning of inflation, its causes, effect on the different section of the society and how inflation can be controlled
  • meaning and functions of a modern bank
  • creation of credit by banks and how it affects the total supply of money in the economy
  • concept of a central bank and its different functions
  • changes in money supply in the economy by the RBI through the use of different credit control measures

 

 

 

 

 

CC- 9  Mathematical Analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basic concepts of mathematics such as functions, variables, parameters, elementary analytical geometry
  • the concept of differentiations rules of differentiation as well as concepts of integrations and techniques of integrations
  • the use of the concept of differrentions to find the maximum and minimum values
  • application of the differentiation and integrations in Economics to find numerical values such as MC, MR and relationship between TR and MR and also AC and MC etc.
  • the concepts and different types of matrix and operation of matrix
  • the use of mathematical tools of algebra, calculus etc in a variety of economic models
  • the strength and shortcomings of mathematical models

CC- 10  Economics of Growth and Development

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concepts of growth and development and the factors affecting economic growth
  • different classical and neo-classical growth models
  • measuring development
  • critical evaluation of the economic problems of developing countries
  • role of international trade as an engine of growth and its dangers
  • the functioning of WTO and its impact on the different sectors of developing countries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 5

CC -11 Statistical Analysis

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of data collection and summarizing distribution by diagram
  • different aspects of central tendency, measures of variations
  • concepts of correlation and regression analysis, the ability to make predictions and understand their limitations
  •  probability and probability distributions
  • binomial, poisson and normal probability distributions
  • concepts of index number, and problems in the construction of index numbers

 

CC-12  History Of Economic Thought-1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin of economic thought in the ancient world
  • the history of economic thought
  • definition and idea of Mercantilism, Physiocrats etc.
  •  the areas of disagreement between classical and neo-classical approaches in Economics
  • the economic ideas of R.Malthus, J.B.Say, J.S.Mill etc.
  • Marxian theory which has challenged mainstream Economics

 

DSE -1    Mathematical Economics-1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • solve the system of equations with the help matrix
  •  appropriate techniques to solve economic problems with help of calculus
  • appropriate techniques to solve economic problems with the help of integral calculus
  • the techniques of partial derivatives to solve the economic problems like constraint optimization
  • the use of mathematical techniques to derive cost, to derive demand curve, cost curve, supply curve etc.

 

 

DSE-2   Mathematical Economics-II

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  the use of mathematical technique to  calculate price, equilibrium quantity and profits in different market organizations
  •  the concept of linear programming, primal and dual of linear programming and use of the same to solve the problems using graphic methods
  •  the concepts of input-output analysis and interpret the input output table
  •  making use of the concept to save the economic problems both in the closed and open economy models
  • solving simple game using various techniques
  • analysis of economic model by using formal mathematical methods

 

DSE -3  Agriculture Economics - I

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the place and role of agriculture Economics in Indian economy
  • the issues and challenges of rural economy of India
  • the linkage between agriculture and industry and pattern of growth of Indian agriculture
  • land reform measures adopted in India
  • Economic programmes and performances during 70s and in the post green revolution period
  • agriculture allied activities, its problems and state policies
  • the progress and performance of agro based industries and pattern of the development of rural infrastructure

DSE- 4 Agriculture  Economics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the importance of green revolution and causes of partial success of green revolution in India
  • the different sources of agriculture finance in India
  • agriculture planning in India
  • the problems and prospects of agriculture marketing in India
  •  the public distribution system, agriculture price policies
  • sixty years of Indian agriculture
  • globalization of Indian economy and its impact on Indian agriculture

Semester -  6

CC- 13  History of Economic Thought

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • key economic models and the concept of economic thought
  • evolution of modern economic theories
  • sources of controversies in modern Economics
  • historical context and content of Keynes revolution as well as subsequent development and criticism of Keynesians
  • history of economic thought
  • economic ideas of Gandhi, Dadabhai Naoroji, Ranade and relevance of their ideas in today’s Indian economy

CC-14  Economics of Education and Health

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the role of education and health in economic development
  • Indian education system, policies, programme and challenges in India
  • merits and weaknesses of health care system in India
  • cost benefit analysis of education and health
  • the role of international health organization like WHO and other United Nations agencies
  • the performance of public healthcare system and education system during the post reforms period

DSE-5  Econometrics / C

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basic concepts, scope and methodology of econometrics
  • the correlation and regression analysis
  • to estimate the models and test the significance of parameters
  • make effective use of statistical tools and their implications
  • the concepts of theoretical distribution and application of Binomial,  Normal and Poisson distribution
  • estimation issues and their implications including non-linearity, heteroscidicity,  and multicollinearity etc.

 

 

DSE-6 -  Demography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • meaning and importance of demography and relation with other discipline
  • theories of population, historical evidence and population growth in developing and development countries
  • Indian population and pattern of growth of population
  • different techniques of population projection
  • the features of population census and evaluation of the population policies
  • the concept, causes and effects of migration and urbanization in India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

B.A. (Hons.) Geography

Semester-1

CC1: Introduction to Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the importance, nature and scope of geography
  • the place of geography in the classification of science and space-culture relationship
  • the contribution of world Geographers in the development of geography from ancient to modern time
  • the various methods and techniques in the study of geography  from classical to technology-based teachings
  • career opportunities in geography and the various aspects of man-environment relationship

CC2: Geo-tectonics and Geomorphology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin of the earth and the evolution of various landforms on the basis of various theories
  • geo-tectonic activities of unstable earth
  • the weathering and degradational forces of the earth which changes the face of the earth
  • the concepts of Geomorphology such as the development of river valley, landforms and rock structures
  • the various theories regarding erosion and landform equilibrium

 

CC3: Contemporary issues in Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • contemporary issues which have both spatial and temporal dimension, both community-based and environmental.
  • Causes and precautions for natural disasters such as landslides, earthquakes, flood etc.
  • information about El-Nino, La-Nino concepts, epidemics and watershed managements.
  • human related issues such as area , the consequences of overpopulation ,migration, energy crisis , regional disparity and social and health issues
  • consequences of climate change, global warming, malnutrition etc.
  • practical measures for achieving sustainable development

 

CC-4: Human Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • man and nature relationship and awareness regarding how to adjust in their environment.
  • the various approaches of geographical study from environmental to geo-deterministic approach.
  • Evolution  of human races, their distribution in the world and human adjustment with nature.
  • population distribution, density and migration
  • the present condition of rural and urban settlements; their classification; house types and patterns

 

CC-5: Climatology and Oceanography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the composition and structure of the atmosphere and distribution of temperature all over the globe
  • the general circulation of wind, their types and factors of climatic changes
  • the general distribution of land and sea;  the submarine profile of different oceans and temperature distribution of ocean water and trade oceanic routes
  • physical and chemical composition of sea water, types of waves, currents and tides, coral reefs and ocean deposits

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-6: Geography of India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the physical characteristics of Indian Sub Continents; causes of monsoon forests and their economic importance
  • the agricultural system cropping pattern, agricultural regions, transformations of activities from primary to secondary and transportation system from surface to air
  • mineral resource including power resource and their conservation for sustainable development
  • the unreliability of rainfall, soil erosion and problems related to urban rehabilitation

 

CC-7: Geography of Jharkhand

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the physical aspects including forest resources, land surface, drainage and economic importance
  • the overall aspects of population including its primary activities
  • conventional and non-conventional energy resources and the importance of mineral resources
  • the locational factor of industries and power plants
  • the educational scenario of Jharkhand
  • house types in rural Chhotanagpur, transport system, tourism, tribes and their problems

 

CC-8: Economic Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • location, distribution and spatial organisation of economic activities across the world
  • resources that exist in the country which can be used for satisfying the human needs
  • natural resources like soil, forest, water, mineral and their use and transformation
  • the geographical condition of different crops, their distribution and production
  • different agricultural regions of the world, different theories of agriculture and industry
  • the effect of transportation, trade and globalisation on every aspect of our life including religion, food, transport, language, music and clothing
  • rules of trade between nations to attain sustainable and balanced economic growth

 

CC-9 Environmental Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the definition and scope of Environmental geography, its meaning and components, and the spatial aspect of interaction between human individual, societies and their natural environment
  • ecology and ecosystem of an area
  • environmental degradation and pollution
  • environmental issues like Ozone depletion, acid rains and global warming and their harmful effects

CC-10: Geography of travel and tourism

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • tourism, its significance and scope; factors needed for tourism development and how tourism can help in shaping our society
  • classification of tourism; its different types and modes; purpose; and how tourism enhances our economy
  • the role of accommodation in tourism and its different types
  • role of transportation and role of guide in tourism
  • tourism plan for local tourism industry as well as for the community, local business and government; its impact on socio-economic development, increasing employment, entrepreneurship and finally economic growth

 

CC-12 Northern Continent

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • physical feature, vegetation, population and industry of North America
  • physical, economic and demographic features of Europe
  • industrial region of Japan, Fruit cultivation in Mediterranean Sea etc.
  • the different physical features and different economy of the world’s different regions

 

 

 

CC-13 Bio Geography

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition and importance of biogeography
  • ecology and peaceful co-existence
  • protection of different types of biome and preservation of different types of species.
  • bio-diversity degradation and Sustainable conservation
  • the role of soil in our economic development

CC-14 Southern Countries

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • geography of South America
  • physical, economic and demographic set-up of Australia and New Zealand

physiography, agriculture, grassland, desert of the Africa

  • spatial awareness, map sense and knowledge of regions and human environment interaction

 

DSE-1: Disaster Management

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept, risks and classification of disaster management
  • the causes, distribution and impacts of flood, landslides and draught in India
  • the causes, distribution, and consequences of earthquakes, Tsunami and cyclone etc.
  • safeguards and preparedness from natural disasters in India

DSE-2 Rural Development

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of rural development and rural sectors of economy
  • the interdependence between urban and rural sectors of economy
  • the primary sectors of economy
  • area based approach to rural development specially drought prone area programs and other programs
  • the target group approach to rural development, like integrated rural development and health care development programs

DSE-3 Climatic change: Vulnerability and Adaptation

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the elements of climatic change specially causes and consequences of global warming and green house effects
  • physical, social and economic vulnerability and climatic change
  • the impact of climatic change on agriculture, water, plants, animal and man
  • initiatives to deal with climate change – local and global

DSE4 Tour and Project

GROUP A: This part of syllabus is very fruitful for the students as they will get practical knowledge of a particular area of our country. They will learn about the physical aspects as well as socio economic condition and human adjustment with these elements of the environment.

GROUP B: In this section of study, students will conduct a socio economic survey on the basis of questionaire in or around our area. It is just to understand the ground facts related to our subject. They will prepare a project report and present it before the examiners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

B.A. (Hons.) History

Semester-1

CC-1 – History of India up to 300 B.C.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • analyze historical sources
    • apply historical methods to analyze the past
    • events and periods and their significance
    • society, economy, polity and religion of the past and its relevance in the present age
    • develop a critical thinking
    • significance and impact of the New Religious Movements and its relevance in the present age

    

CC-2 – History of Europe (1789-1871)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • history of Europe
  • the importance of French Revolution and its relevance in the events of the world
  • Napoleon and his impact
  • Restoration and Revolution
  • the emergence of Nation States
  • unification of Italy and Germany  and its effect on the course of events of the world

 

 

Semester-2

 

CC-3 – History of India (300 B.C – 300 A.D).

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • historical events that lead to unification of India under the Mauryas
  • administrative structure, society, art and architecture
  • Sangam Age and its relevance
  • the Gupta period and its importance in ancient Indian history.
  • the post-Gupta period

 

 

 

CC-4 – History of Europe (1871 A.D – 1945 A.D)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Europe during the age of alliances
  • the Eastern Question
  • World Wars, their causes and effects
  • consequence of the wars, reputation problems, great depressions and its relevance
  •  Totalitarians in Europe
  • demonstrate their understanding of the causes and effects of events

 

Semester - 3

 

CC-5 – History of India (650 A.D – 1200 A.D)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • distinguish facts from myths
  • causes and effects of Muslim invasions
  • political development during the period
  • Land Grants, revenue, urban centres, trade crafts and merchant guilds
  • critical analysis of society
  • historical view of culture and religion

 

CC-6 – History of India (1200 A.D – 1526 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • historiography and sources
  • different phases of the Delhi Sultanate
  • theories of kingship and administrative structure
  • societies and political formulation
  • societies and economy, religious cults

 

 

 

CC-7 – History of China and Japan (1839 A.D – 1949 A.D)

Section A - China

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • China and imperialism during the 19th century and China as an informed Colony
  • Opium Wars; Boxer Rebellion, Revolution of 1911, Principles and Politics
  • Communism in China; Political crisis, KMT and the first united front, rise of Mao Tse Tung waking the real army, the second united front

 

Section B – Japan

 

  • Meiji restoration: and the processes of modernization
  • emergence of Japan as an imperial power
  • democracy and militarism
  • Japan and world war its consequences

 

Semester- 4

CC-8 – History of India (1526 A.D – 1707 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • historiography; different approaches and sources
  • foundation and consolidation of the Mughal rule, territorial expansion, religion and culture
  • decline and disintegration of the Mughal Empire
  • emergence of Successor States

 

CC-9 – History of India (1707 A.D –1885 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • expansion and consolidation of British Rule with special reference to: Bengal, Mysore, Marathas, Punjabi, Awadh
  • changes in the trading economy of India, Banking-Indigenous, and modern, Emergence of modern industries
  • the Tribal Revolt of Chotanagpur (1831-1832) , The Santhal Hul (1885-1856), 1857 in Jharkhand
  • rise of modern education and Press

 

CC-10 – History of Russia (1800 A.D –1964 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • role of Russia in the Eastern Question
  • Czar II – Reforms Foreign Policy
  • causes and effects of Russo-Japanese war 1905
  • Russia and the First World War
  • Menshevik and  Bolshevik Revolution of 1917
  • Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin: career and achievement.
  • Soviet Union and the Second World War
  • foreign Policy and Home Policy of Nikita Khrushchev

 

Semester - 5

CC-11 – History of India (1885 A.D – 1950 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • political ideology and organizational: Formulation of the Indian National Congress
  • Gandhian National and movements
  • communal politics and Partition
  • framing of the Constitution

 

CC-12– History and Culture of Jharkhand upto 1947

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the Mundas and the Oraons and their settlement in Chotanagpur
  • tribal village Administration.
  • the Nagvanshi Raj origin nature and Achievements. Jharkhand under the Turko-Afghans and the Mughal
  • British entry into Jharkhand and its early relations with the Rajas of Palamau, Ramgarh and Nagpur
  • the Tribal revolts
  • Revivalist Movement in Jharkhand

 

 

DSE-1 - Early Modern Europe (15th – 18th Century)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the importance and value of Renaissance
  • Luther & Reformation
  • geographical discoveries and impact
  • Industrial revolution
  • the importance of Enlightenment

 

DSE-2 - Contribution of Women in Indian Nation Making (1857-1947)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the role of women in the Revolt of 1857
  • the role of women in socio-religious movements
  • the role of women in the freedom movement
  • the emergence of women’s identity in pre- independent India

 

DSE-3 - Makers of Modern India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the socio-political leaders of Modern India
  • the efforts of socio-religious leaders of India
  • contribution of makers of modern India in socio-cultural arena
  • the role of people in the areas of science and technology

 

Semester-6

CC-13 – Emergence of the Modern Indian Press

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • advent and growth of Printing Press in Indian
  • contribution of Ram Mohan Roy towards Indian Press
  • growth of Press: English, and in Indian Languages
  • the Vernacular Press Act
  • Press Scholarship
  • impact of Press in the National Movement

CC-14 – Contemporary Indian (1947 A.D – 2000 A.D)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the shaping of Modern Indian and Integration of Princely States
  • appreciating the making of the Republic
  • educating students about constitution
  • the planned development of mixed economy
  • India’s challenges from China and Pakistan
  • Emergency and J.P Movement
  • economic globalization, environment issues and show sensitivity towards it

 

DSC-1 A: History of India up to C.A.D 650

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • historical importance of the source
  • ancient culture of India
  • the non-religious movement
  • Mauryan and post Mauryan administrative structure, economy, art and architecture
  • the Gupta and post Gupta society, Culture, Economy and administrative structure

 

DSC-1 B: History of India up to C.A.D 650-1526

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the political development of the regional states up to 1206
  • the Arab conquest of Sindh, Ghori and Ghaznavi mansion
  • the Delhi Sultanate
  • the emergence of provincial dynasties
  • economy, growth of urban centers, trade and commerce
  • society and culture including Sufi and Bhakti movement and Architecture

 

 

 

 

 

DSC-1 C: History of India up to C.A.D 1526-1707

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the foundation and consolidation of the Mughal Empire
  • Mughal Economy
  • society and culture of Mughal India
  • the crisis and decay of the Mughal Empire
  • the rise of Marathas

 

DSC-1 D: History of India up to A.D 1707-1947

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the expansion and consolidation of the colonial power
  • cultural and social changes and reform movement
  • critical understanding of Indian Nationalism
  • Gandhian  perspectives and methods and the mass movements
  • the constitutional changes, partition and independence
  • evaluation of historical information from multiple sources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

B.A. (Hons.) Political Science

Semester-1

CC-1:  Introduction to Political Theory

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the difference between traditional and modern aspects of Political Science; importance of interdisciplinary approach for the development of a broader framework of understanding for political issues
  • application of the abstract theory to live problems by using the ideas of the political theorists to resolve the contemporary issues such as political participation; role of the state and Dynamics of individual and organisational behaviour
  • analysis of political problems, arguments and related narratives at local and national level
  • the basic concepts, ideals and principles related to participative and representative democracy
  • contemporary political ideas and concepts

 

CC- 2: Political Concepts and Ideas

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the difference between traditional and modern aspects of Political Science
  • importance of interdisciplinary approach for the development of a broader framework of understanding for political issues
  • conceptual ability to apply the abstract theory to live problems by using the ideas of the political theorists to resolve the contemporary issues such as political and social change, role of the state and Dynamics of individual and organisational behaviour
  • analysis of political problems, arguments and related narratives at local and national level
  • basic concepts, ideals and principles related to participative and representative democracy

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 2

CC-3:  Ancient Indian Political Thinkers

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • knowledge about key thinkers and their ideas
  • the sources and features of ancient political thought
  • the importance of ancient thinkers and their contribution in shaping the socio-political awakening in India
  • the ideological basis of religions like Jainism and Buddhism India and its journey from the ancient times
  • demonstration through various examples the richness of Indian thoughts and its impact and influence on the world

 

CC-4: Modern Indian Political Thinkers

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • modern thinkers of India and their ideas
  • the importance of ancient thinkers and their contribution in shaping the socio-political awakening in India and relating it to the development of modern thinking in India
  • the ideological framework of Modern India and its journey from the ancient times
  • the richness of Indian thoughts and its impact and influence on the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 3

CC-5: Introduction to Comparative Politics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the need for comparative method of study
  • the major issues and perspectives of Comparative politics- like constitution mechanisms under the liberal democracy and totalitarian systems
  • the reasons behind different countries chosing their particular political systems
  • deeper insight about the historical paths of different democratic and non-democratic nations

 

CC-6: Comparative Government and Politics of Major Constitutions of the World

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the major political systems in the world
  • comparative study of the structure and working of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary across the major global players
  • the different challenges that these major powers are facing- like financial crisis, social upheavals and rise in crime and their control etc.
  • Demarcation between state and non-state actors and their part and role in shaping the national and international politics
  • Identification and discussion about geo-political and strategic regions and their relations with economic and cultural issues

CC-7: Political Sociology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the diverse field of Political Sociology – a new discipline carved out as the intersection of Sociology and Political Science
  • overview of the central questions and research topics in the field of Political Sociology and understand the concepts like political socialization and participation
  • the nature of political power, the cultural dimension of politics and the dynamics of Political Change
  • the dynamics of electoral politics and voting behavior - a study which is vital in the recent times

 

 

Semester - 4

 

CC-8: Western Political Thought

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • major western political thinkers- their intellectual and stimulating contribution in the development of political philosophy
  • the ideas of the most famous and representative English political thinkers like Hobbes, Locke and Mill
  • the reasons for the rise of political philosophy from ancient Greece to Karl Marx in the light of various influences working on them
  • distinction between different traditions of western political thought and understand the reasons and context for their growth

 

CC-9: General Public Administration

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic ideas about Public Administration- its role and importance in developing states
  • the basic principles of Organization
  • general ideas about bureaucracy, human resource development, financial administration- budgeting and auditing etc.
  • legislative and judicial control over administration
  • the various roles of public administrator in a democracy

 

CC-10: Indian Administration

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the development during British rule in India
  • the administrative structure at the central and state levels
  • the dynamics of financial and administrative relations between center and state which will help them understand the changes in policy design from time to time
  • the mechanisms of redressal of grievances by Lokpal and Lok Ayukta
  • the decentralization of power in terms of rural and urban local self-government

 

 

 

Semester - 5

CC-11: International Politics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the basic concepts of International Politics
  • distinction between International politics and International relations
  • conceptualizing national power and national interest
  • developing a balanced view about world power structure and understand the working of balance of power and collective security
  • comprehensive view about mechanisms

 

CC-12: Constitutional government in India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the socio-economic bases and Philosophy of Indian Constitution
  • the constitutional development in India through different phases
  • the basic features like Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
  • differentiating between structures of Union government and state government in terms of their composition and functions
  • concepts like independence of judiciary and Judicial Activism

 

DSE 1A  : National Movement and Constitutional Development in India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  •  the birth, role and policies of Indian National Congress
  • the two divergent groups in freedom struggle- Extremists and moderates, their ideologies and methods
  • the Mont Ford reforms of 1919 and the reasons leading to the enactment of Government of India Act 1935
  • the Mountbatten Plan and the conditions leading to the partition of India
  • the situations leading to the enactment of Independence of India Act 1947

 

 

 

DSE 1B : International Law

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin, sources and development of International laws
  • the importance of codification of International laws
  • the theoretical knowledge about principles involved in the recognition of  state and government
  • the processes of Extradition, intervention and blockade etc.
  • the legal perspective of important events of world history

 

DSE 2A: Political Process in India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • party systems, political parties and politics of defection in India
  • the nature and determinants of voting behaviour in India in the background of casteism and regionalism
  • the acute relationship between religion and politics and the debate on Secularism with other related issues
  • ideas about cooperative federalism as operating in India

 

DSE 2B : International Organization

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the evolution and nature of International organization
  • the nature, structure and functions of United Nations
  • the different agencies of UNO like- WHO, UNESCO and UNICEF
  • the peace making role of UNO by means of political and tactical moves of restructuring
  • the different powerful organizations like European Union, OPEC and G-8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 6

 

CC-13: Political Ideology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the meaning, scope and role of Political Ideology
  • the emergence and rise of Liberalism and Neo-Liberalism
  • the ideals of Communism and Marxism
  • the conceptual framework of Fascism, Nazism and Democratic Socialism
  • Gandhi and his vision about Non-Violence, statecraft and Satyagraha

 

CC-14: India’s Foreign Policy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the features and key determinants of India’s foreign policy
  • the meaning and relevance of Non-Alignment in the changed scenario
  • the dynamics of India’s relationship with its neighbours- China, Pakistan and Nepal
  • India’s relations with major powers like United States of America and Russia
  • the alternative centres of power like ASEAN and SAARC-their role and relevance

 

DSE 3A : Government and Politics of Jharkhand

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the demographic and cultural background of Jharkhand
  • the causes, nature and ideological perspective of Jharkhand Movement
  • the Socio-Economic determinants of politics of Jharkhand with Tribal issues and problems of Naxal Movement
  • the working of coalition and Single Party governments
  • the ability to understand and debate the emerging trends is the state politics of Jharkhand

 

 

 

DSE 3B : Foreign Policy of Major Powers

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the Major Powers and their Foreign Policies.
  • major issues in Foreign policy of U.S.A. in the Post-Cold war era
  • major issues in Foreign policy of France in the Post-Cold war era
  • major issues in Foreign policy of Russia in the Post-Cold war era
  • major issues in foreign policy of China in the Post-Cold War era

 

DSE 4 : Project

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • undertaking a small project under the supervision of a faculty on any topic from papers covered in the syllabus from 1st Semester to 5th Semester
  • preparing a small synopsis about the minor project clearly indicating reasons for choice for the project and roadmap for the completion of the project
  • collecting data for making the study empirical and analyzing them to deduce results
  • demonstrating ample confidence in the light of experience gained during studies and subsequent field work
  • delivering thoughtful and well calibrated presentations of research findings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

B.A. (Hons.) Psychology

Semester-1

CC-1: Foundation of Psychology

SEMESTER-1

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the application of learning principles and theories in day to day life
  • the method of desensitization for elevating anxieties and other types of phobias
  • the various methods of psychology for gathering information
  • the basics concepts of psychology
  • methods of improving the memory
  • the role of motivation in learning and daily life
  • analysis and classification of the different theories of psychology

 

CC-2: Statistical Methods In Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • psychological statistics and giving a graphical representation of the data obtained
  • the concept of individual differences in terms of different personality traits through statistics
  • the concept of mean, median, mode in the analysis of data
  • measurement of variability in term of range, quartile deviation, average deviation, and standard deviation
  • the concept of bilateral transfer of training that how giving training to one lateral may facilitate other part of lateral

Semester-2

CC-3: Bio-Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • how biopsychology helps human beings in day to day life
  • the concept of neurons and its functions related to different psychological disorders
  • how the glands function and secrete hormones for the development of personality
  • the effect chromosomal  abnormality in personality development
  • the functions of brain through MRI & CT SCAN

 

CC-4: Psychology of Individual Differences

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • to assess the personality of an individual and group through psychological tests and inventories
  • the assessment of Intelligence and emotional intelligence
  • the impact of culture on personality as well as the role of culture in the development of personality
  • self regulation and self enhancement
  • increasing creativity

 

Semester-3

CC-5 : Emergence and growth of Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the emergence and development of psychology as an independent science
  • the present status of Psychology in Indian and western context
  • the philosophy of different Psychological schools
  • the contribution of Wundt in the establishment of first psychological laboratory
  • the application of various laws of perceptual organization in daily life

 

CC-6: Research Methodology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the major steps of scientific research
  • quantitative   and qualitative research
  • the ethical issues in scientific research
  • drawing samples from different population groups
  • constructing and standardizing a psychological test

 

 

 

Semester-4

CC-7: Social Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of social psychology and its past and present status
  • the concept, structure and functions of group
  • the attitude and its components
  • the nature and laws of attraction and interpersonal communication
  • social behavior and application of the gained knowledge in daily life for better adjustment and functioning

 

CC-08: Psychological Disorder

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • biological, psychological, family, and social views of the causes and treatment of abnormal behavior
  • major scientific methods for gathering and analyzing information to describe abnormal behavior
  • the difference between organic and functional disorders
  • the characteristics of specific anxiety, somatoform, mood, eating, sleep, sexual-identity, substance abuse, personality, schizophrenic and cognitive disorders
  • unethical therapeutic practices according to the American Psychological Association Guidelines

Semester - 5

CC-09: Statistical Methods in Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • differentiation between descriptive and inferential statistics
  • formulating and identifying null and alternative hypotheses in research
  • defining and giving examples of independent variables, dependent variables, and scales of measurement
  • generating and interpreting various types of graphical displays and tables from research data
  • analysis of data using statistical software

 

 

CC-10: Applied Social Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the methods of solving psychosocial problems in day to day life
  • awareness of social issues from psychological perspective
  • analysis of the process by which psychologists conduct research and identify the research process
  • identifying the biological, psychosocial and cultural determinants of crime.
  • the causes of domestic violence and its preventions
  • the psychosocial aspect of terrorism and developing psychological strategies for the prevention of the control of terrorism

Semester-6

CC-11: Therapeutic Intervention

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • diagnostic and statistical manual for mental disorders (DSM-V) as developed by American Psychiatric Association (APA)
  • international classification of mental diseases as developed by  WHO  for mental disorders
  • the process of diagnosis of different kinds of mental illness
  • the classification and causes of  mental disorders from minor to major
  • awareness about the various psychological therapies for the treatment of mental illness

 

CC-12: Developmental Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the various theories in developmental psychology
  • the differences between the various methods of investigation used in developmental studies
  • the processes of heredity, human reproduction, and prenatal development
  • factors affecting the physical, social, emotional, psychological, and intellectual development of children and adolescents.
  • Application of theories and scientific terms to real life situations or case studies involving children and adolescents

Semester-7

 

CC-13: Organizational Psychology

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature and scope of organizational behavior
  • developing congenial organizational  culture and commitment
  • the factors that affects the performance of individual and organization
  • optimizing the function of an organization
  • the concept of leadership and it’s effective functioning of an organization from different psychological perspective
  • challenges of Indian organizations and their interventions
  • the various methods of stress management in organizations

 

CC-14: Counselling Psychology

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature and process of counselling
  • analyzing the psychological and adjustment problems from different psychological perspectives
  • the role and importance of counselling in day to day life
  • analyzing and explaining the major theories of personality
  • analyzing and explaining the major theories of human motivation
  • application of the principles of adjustment to major life transitions
  • critique approaches to adjustment
  • problems associated with intimacy and human relationships
  • the application of various counselling techniques in solving psychological and adjustment problems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.G. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

M.A. Psychology

Semester-1

CC-1: Introduction to Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the development of Psychology in west and in India
  • the various methods of psychology for gathering information
  • the basics concepts of psychology
  • the methods of improving memory
  • the role of motivation in learning and daily life
  • analysis and classify the different theories of psychology

CC-2: Industrial Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The concept of industrial psychology and its scope in present era
  • the contribution of major psychologists in the development of industrial psychology
  • industrial training and the various methods of training
  • the causes and prevention of industrial accidents
  • the various types of motivation in industrial setting and their uses to optimize employee’s or worker’s performance

CC-3: Practical –Experiments

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • how knowledge of result enhances the efficiency of the students
  • how forgetting occurs and what are the factors responsible for forgetting
  • the concept of perception of time and time management
  • concepts of psychophysics and measurement of stimulus threshold and differential threshold

 

 

 

 

 

Semester-2

CC-4 (Research Methodology in Psychology)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic concepts of psychological research and types of research
  • uses of research in psychology in present era
  • formulation of hypothesis and research designs
  • different types of sampling techniques for the different population
  • methods of data collection according to research design
  • data analysis and interpretation
  • steps involve in Construction of psychological test

CC-5: Psychology of Individual difference personality and intelligence

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • how personality is being affected by biological and social determinants
  • how personality can be measured through inventories and projective tests
  • different theories in the development of personality of an individual
  • role of intelligence and type of intelligence in the development of personality
  • concept of intelligence in the light of different models of intelligence

CC-6: Statistics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • differentiating between descriptive and inferential statistics
  • formulating and identifying null and alternative hypotheses in research
  • defining and giving examples of independent variables, dependent variables, and scales of measurement
  • generating and interpreting various types of graphical displays and tables from research data
  • analyzing data using statistical software
  • concept of ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) and MANOVA (Multivariate Analysis of variance)
  • application of Different forms of correlations and regression prediction in Psychological research

 

 

 

CC-6: Practical (Testing)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • measurement of needs, intentions, interest and achievement with the help of projective tests
  • measurement of verbal and non verbal intelligence with the help of intelligence tests
  • assessment of personality through word association test

CC-7: Clinical Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • clinical psychology and its scope in daily life
  • the origin of clinical psychology in India
  • comparing and contrasting biological, psychological, family, and social views of the causes and treatment of abnormal behavior
  • the concept of diagnosis of mental illness and different methods of diagnosis
  • the different form of psychotherapies and their applications

 

Semester-3

CC-8: Peace Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • health; indicators, national development; peace psychology in India
  • illness and personality
  • nature and types of stress and coping mechanism
  • health behaviour: alchohol, drinking, tobacco, smoking, drug abuse

 

EC – 2: Organizational Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature of organizational behavior and its scope
  • the application of different organization behavior theories
  • nature of communication and types of communications in an organization
  • processes of effective communication
  • the nature of stress in organization, its sources and strategies to manage it

 

EC-2: Environmental Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature of environmental psychology and various methods of environmental psychology
  • the nature from different psychological approaches
  • the nature of stress from environmental perspective, sources of environmental stress and strategies to manage environmental stress
  • the causes of pollution, it’s psychological and physical consequences and management of pollution

 

EC-3 Practical

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • fatigue and mental work
  • retention as a function of meaningfulness
  • two-point threshold
  • relative efficacy of distributed and massed practice

 

 

Semester-4

CC-9: Social Psychology in India

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature of social psychology and its scope in our daily life
  • Indian social psychology from historical perspective and also understand the present status of social psychology in India
  • The influence of culture on motivation and perception of the people
  • awareness about national character as a model personality
  • social changes taking place in India and their consequences

 

EC-4: Positive Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of happiness and wellbeing through psychological principles and methods
  • enhancing pleasure, engagement and meaning in making or developing self
  • the concept of promoting healthy coping strategies and life skills
  • developing strength and virtues in life span development

 

EC-4: The Psychology of Adolescents

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the physical, cognitive, moral and social development among adolescents
  • the causes and consequences of drug abuse among adolescents
  • causes and consequences of delinquencies and its prevention through psychological methods
  • psychological treatment of anxieties, phobias, depression and suicide
  • psycho-physiological problems of hypochondrias and eating disorders

EC-4: Cross Cultural Psychology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • mechanism of cultural transmission  in terms of cultural relativity and the universality of human being
  • organizational development and change in accordance to work value, commitment, communication and interpersonal dynamics
  • influence of culture norms, values and conformity on people
  • role of gender and process of socialization
  • formulating and managing inter culture interactions

 

EC-5 (Practical testing)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • assessment of personality through psychometric tests
  • assessment of emotional intelligence through psychological tests
  • assessment of the personal sources of stress

 

Semester-4

PROJECT WORK

Students will be able to learn concept of empirical research and its major stages under the supervision of teacher of the department on a given topic. They will be able to know how to conduct empirical studies by collecting primary data from the field. Data will be collected by the sampling technique and it will be analyzed by means of statistical tools.

 

 

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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

 

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

 

DEPARTMENT OF BANGLA

B.A. (Hons.) Bangla

Semester-I

CC – 1: Poetry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • poetry of Tagore
  • poetry of Nazrool Islam
  • the effect of Bergson (French Philospher) on Tagore
  • pre-Independence political scenario in the poetry of Nazrool                                                           

CC – 2: Novel

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the novels of Saratchandra (Dena Paana)
  • the novels of Bibhuti Bhushan (Pathor Pnachali)
  • the social aspects and natural beauty of Bengal

 

Semester-2

CC-3: Novel

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the political scenario of pre-independence period of Bengal (Anandamath)
  • the system of villages in Pre-Independence period of Bangla and social rule (Pallisamaj)

 

 

 

CC-4: Drama

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the symbolic drama of Tagore
  • the one act play of Manmatha Roy

 

Semester-3

CC-5: History of Literature from 10th Century to 18th Century

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the history of Bengali literature
  • the ancient literature
  • the medieval Bengali literature

CC-6: Medieval Poetry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the poems of Medieval Period
  • the ‘Sakta’ sahitya

CC - 7: Linguistics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the history of language
    • linguistics

Semester- 4

CC-8: Modern Bengali Poetry

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • modern Bengali poetry
  • bengali poetry of Tagore’s age

 

 

CC-9: Bengali Prose

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the first stage of Bangla prose
  • the sanskritised Bangla prose

 

CC-10: Prosody & Rehtoric

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the prosody of Bangla literature
  • the rehtoric of Bangla literature

 

Semester-5

CC-11:

Bengali Short Story

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin of Bangla short story
  • nature and human relations between the common people of Bengal

DSE-1

GR-A

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Rabindra Sahitya
  • some important creations of Tagore

GR-B

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • hagiography of Lord Chaitanya
  • how hagiography was written in Bangla language

 

DSE-2

GR-A   Drama of Tagore

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the drama of Tagore
  • the symbolic drama of Tagore

 

GR-B  Vaishvism in Medieval Period

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Vaishnav Literature
  • famous Vaishnav poets -Vidyapati & Chandidas

 

Semester-6

CC-13: Bangla Prose

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • forms of Bangla prose
  • new techniques in Bangla prose

CC-14: Modern Bangla Drama.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • modern Bangla drama of post-Independence
  • change in values through Modern Drama

DSE-3

GR-A : Novels Of Tagore.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the novels of Tagore
  • the novels that appeal us about life and death

 

GR-B: Vaishnav Literature.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Vaishnav Movement in Bengal
  • two famous Vaishnav poets - Govindadas and Gyanadas

 

DSE-4

GR-A: Research Project On Tagore.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • preparation of research work and research project
  • preparation of project on the literature of Tagore

 

GR-B: Research Project On Vaishnavism.

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Vaishnav Movement in Bengal
  • preparation of project work on Vaishnav literature

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

B.A. (Hons.) English

Semester-1

CC-1: Introduction to Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the meaning and significance of literature
  • different forms of literature
  • their nature and characteristics
  • the concept of literary criticism
  • the functions of criticism.

 

CC -2: History of English Literature from beginning to Romantic Period

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • literature through the ages
  • reading literature from a socio-political perspectives
  • cultural undercurrents in literature
  • the complexity and multi-facetedness of literary productions in a historical context
  • literary history as shifting continuum of ideas

 

Semester-2

 

CC -3: British Poetry from the age of Elizabeth to the Romantic Period

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • poetry from the 16th to the 19th century
  • romantic and classical influences in literature
  • reading poetry in a socio-political and economic context
  • the differences and commonalities of the various schools of Poetry
  • critical appreciation of individual pieces with close attention to theoretical and prosodic features

 

 

 

CC-4: British Novel upto the Romantic Period

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the emergence and history of the Novel as a literary form
  • the essential characteristics of 18th century fiction
  • reading the prescribed texts from a  socio-historical perspective
  • plots, themes, motifs, images and symbols in the prescribed texts and learning to apply them to the reading of the Novel in general
  • characterization and narrative form in general and in the prescribed texts in particular

 

Semester - 3

 

CC-5: British Drama from the Age of Elizabeth to the Romantic Period

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the emergence and history of the Drama as a literary form
  • Shakespeare, Shakespearean Drama and Shakespearean tragedy
  • Restoration Comedy, Sentimental Comedy, and Anti- Sentimental Comedy
  • plots, themes, motifs, images, and symbols in the prescribed texts
  • language, style, characterization, and narrative form in general and in the prescribed texts, in particular

 

 

 

CC-6: British Non-Fictional Prose: From the age of Elizabeth to the Romantic period

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin and history of non fictional prose from the age of Elizabeth to the Romantic period
  • the influence of Montaigne and the place of Francis Bacon as the Father of English prose
  • critical analysis of the shifting styles and registers of Prose in a socio-political context
  • appreciation of the prescribed texts from the point of view of  theme interview, language, perspective and style
  • placing the prescribed essayists in perspective
  • evaluating their contribution to the growth , development and maturity of English prose

 

 

 

 

CC-7: History of English Language

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the roots and place of English in the Indo-European family of languages
  • Old English and the appreciation of its features and its dialects
  • Middle English and the appreciation of its features and its dialects
  • the socio-historical context and the milieu in which modern English came into existence
  • the rise of standard English and the appreciation of its changing characteristics from the Elizabethan age to the twentieth century
  • appreciation of foreign influences in the growth and development of English, particularly Latin, Scandinavian and French influences

 

 

Semester - 4

 

CC-8: History of English Literature from the age of Victoria to the Post Modern

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the socio-ecological forces, particularly the effects of the Industrial revolution and  the assertion of science that shaped the milieu of Victoria intellectual thought
  • the revolutionary potential of Anant Garde express through various schools like Cubism, Dadaism, Impressionism, Expressionism etc
  • the impact and influence of the first and second world wars on socio-political and literary thoughts
  • the link and the difference between Modernist and Post-Modernist thought
  • politically resistant schools of thought like Marxism, Feminism and Post-Colonialism in the light of post-modernist developments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC-9: Literary criticism : From Aristotle to I.A. Richards

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the background of Plato and the essential critical ideas of Aristotle as expressed in his ‘Poetics’ with particular reference to his Theories of Imitation and Tragedy
  • Longinus’s ideas with reference to his essay ‘On the Subline’ and assessing its classical and romantic potential
  • Sydney’s ideas on poetry with reference to his ‘On Defence  of poetry’
  • Dryden’s position and influence as the Father of English Criticism with reference to his essay on Dramatic poetry
  • Romantic Criticism with reference to the prescribed critical ideas of Wordsworth and Coleridge
  • Modernist criticism as a journey from the ideas of Mathew Arnold to that of T.S. Eliot and I.A. Richards

 

 

CC-10: British Poetry: From the Age of Victoria to the Present

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the socio-historical and cultural context that shaped Victorian poetry
  • Tennyson, Browning and Arnold as representative Victorian poetic voice
  • the characteristics of modern poetry through a study of the prescribed texts of Yeats, Eliot and Larkin
  • the poetry of the First and Second World Wars through a study of the prescribed texts of  Sassoon, Owen, Auden and Spender
  • detailed study of the prescribed poets and texts with close textual analysis, both thematic and prosodic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester - 5

 

CC-11: British Drama : From the age of Victoria to the Present

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the revival of British Drama in the Victorian Period in the light of European dramatic influences, specifically that of Henrik Ibsen
  • the origin, characteristics, growth and development of the theatre of the Absurd with special reference to Samuel Beckett
  • detailed study of prescribed texts with close textual analysis and special attention to dramatic art
  • the contribution of Shaw and Beckett to the overall development of drama in England

 

 

CC-12: British Novel: From the Age of Victoria to the Present

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the complexity of socio-historical forces that constitute the background to the rise of the Romantic and Victorian Novel
  • the Romantic Novel with special reference to Emily Bronte
  • the Victorian novel with special reference to Dickens and Hardy
  • the Modern Novel with special reference to George Orwell
  • detailed study of the prescribed texts with close textual analysis and attention to plot, narrative style, characterization, Language, imagery and symbolism

 

 

DSE-1A: Indian Writing in English: Poetry and Drama

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the socio-historical, Political and cultural forces that contributed to the rise of Indian Writing in English
  • the growth, development and diversity of Indian Poetry in English through a wide reading of poets ranging from Toru Dutt to Kamala Das
  • the socio-political context of Indian Drama in English through a reading of Karnad and Dattani
  • detailed study of prescribed poetic texts with close textual analysis, thematic, prosodic as well as stylistic
  • detailed study of prescribed dramatic texts with close textual analysis in terms of plot, theme, characterization, language, symbolism and dramatic art

 

DSE-1B: American Literature: Poetry and Drama

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the rise, growth and development of American Literature in a socio-historical context
  • the character and diversity of American Poetry through a wide reading of poets ranging from Whiteman to Angelou
  • the character and socio-political engagement of American Drama through a reading of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller
  • detailed study of prescribed poetic texts with close textual analysis thematic, prosodic as well as stylistic
  • detailed study of prescribed dramatic texts with close textual analysis and attention in terms of plot, theme, characterization, language, symbolism and dramatic art

 

 

DSE-2A: Indian Writing in English: Novel

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the rise, growth, development, character and diversity of the Indian Novel in English
  • detailed study of the prescribed texts with  close attention to plot, themes, motifs characterization, narrative , language and stylists
  • reading the Indian English Novel in a socio-political context and examining the regional influences on it
  • Women Novelists in Indian English Fiction and their contribution to the novel
  • Post-colonial resistance and assertion in the Indian Novel in English

 

DSA-2B: American Literature: Novel

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature, character and diversity of the American Novel
  • the motif of the Frontier in the American Novel
  • Native American Writing and black Writing in the American Novel
  • detailed study of prescribed novelists and texts with close attention to plot, theme, motifs, characterization, narrative, language and stylistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 6

 

CC-13: British Essays and Short Stories: From the Age of Victoria to the Present

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the rise of the short story as a  literary genre and the emergence of the British short story in the Victorian Period
  • detailed study of the prescribed short story writers and the prescribed short stories with special reference to plot, theme, characterization, narrative, language and stylists
  • Humor, Irony and Open-endedness in the British short story
  • the nature and characteristics of Victorian and Modern Essay
  • detailed study of the prescribed essayists and the prescribed texts with close attention to themes, language and prose style

 

 

 

CC-14: Modern literary criticism

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • trends in literary criticism from the late Victorian to the Contemporary Period
  • the conceptual agenda of the various schools of criticism, their philosophical underpinnings and social practice
  • the interdisciplinary nature of critical theory and its multidimensional practice
  • reading the various critical theories in the light of particular texts in order to understand their working
  • literary theory as a theoretical and political perspective or point of view on literature

 

DSE-3A: Introduction to Linguistics

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the definitions, scope, branches and application of linguistics as an academic discipline
  • the human speech mechanism and basic phonetic concepts such as Vowels, Consonants, Phonemes and Allophones
  • basic Morphological concepts such as morphemes, their types, Word formation, Sentence types etc
  • basic Syntactical concepts such as Phrases, Clauses, Sentence Patterns, I.C. Analysis etc
  • Semantic concepts such as meaning and Ambiguity

 

 

 

DSE – 3B Introduction to Cultural Studies

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the definition, scope and interdisciplinary methodology of Cultural Studies
  • key concepts in culture, marginality, gender, identity, expression and representation
  • the Nation as a concept and evaluating therein the concepts of Democracy, Mainstream, Resistance and the Subaltern
  • reading Art and Performance as Texts and evaluating then for their socio-political chains
  • reading literary texts in a cultural context and appreciating their polyvalence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF HINDI

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi

Semester-1

CC-1: History of Hindi Literature

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the tradition of writing History of Hindi literature
  • the development of Hindi literature and its correlation with the socio-political and economic status of India
  • the characteristics of Hindi literature, its changing tendencies and classification of its time-periods
  • identifying the Aadikaal of Hindi literature, analyzing its background and explaining its importance in the development of Hindi literature
  • identifying, analyzing and appreciating Siddh, Naath and Jain literature
  • concept of Madhyakaal, Bhaktikaal and Ritikaal of Hindi literature: their background, tendencies and characteristics

                                                                

CC – 2 Aadikaleen, Bhaktikaleen Aur Reetikaleen Kavitayain

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the development of Hindi poetry from the beginning till the medieval era
  • the socio-political causes of changing tendencies of Hindi poetry written during different political eras of India
  • the poetry of Ameer Khusro, Vidyapati, Kabirdas, Jayasi, Tulsidas, Surdas, Biharilal and Ghananand
  • the different streams of Hindi poetry during Bhaktikaal and Ritikaal
  • the pain and problems of common people in kingship and feudal social system by reading and understanding Hindi poetry
  • differentiating between court and folk poetry by understanding their themes and concerns
  •  appreciating the style of poetry of Ameer Khusro, Vidyapati, Kabirdas, Jayasi, Tulsidas, Surdas, Biharilal and Ghananand
     

 

 

 

SEMESTER- 2

CC – 3 Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas – Adhunik Kaal

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the background, nature, tendencies and style of Hindi poetry from the 19th century onwards in the context of modernization
  • the social, political, economic and religious status of India in the 19th century
  •  concept of the Renaissance and its impact on Hindi literature in India
  •  identifying and explaining the characteristics of Hindi literature as a result of the Renaissance

 

CC – 4 Hindi Navonmesh Kavya

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the characteristics and tendencies of Hindi poetry during the freedom struggle
  • the deplorable socio-political and economic status of India during the freedom struggle and its impact on Hindi poetry
  • a sense of patriotism, respect for human rights, love and sacrifice for the nation.
  • the contributions of Bharatendu Harishchandra, pioneer of the era
  • the specialty of the theme and style of poetry of Matilisharan Gupt, Makhanlal Chaturvedi, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, Baalkrishn Sharma Navin and Mohanlal Mahato Viyogi in the context of contemporary socio-political and economic issues
  • the role of poets in changing the direction of Hindi poetry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER – 3

CC – 5 Chhayavadee Avam Pragativadee Kavya

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the Chhayavadi movement in Hindi literature and factors which caused it
  • the life and poetry of Jayshankar Prasad, Surykant Tripathi Nirala, Mahadevi Varma and Sumitra Nandan Pant
  • the life and poetry of Nagarjun, Kedarnath Agrawal etc. and explain their contributions in bring about the Pragativaad movement
  • the causes and characteristics of Pragativaadi poetry

                                                               

CC – 6 Prayogvaad : Nayee Kavita

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the Prayogvaad movement in Hindi literature and factors which caused it
  • the development, subject matter and conceptual plane of Prayogvadi poetry
  • the poetry of Agyey, its theme, style and characteristics in the context of Prayog
  • the poetry of Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, Dhumil and Dharmveer Bharati, and their theme, style and characteristics of poetry in the context of Prayog
  • the main tendencies of Prayogvaadi poetry

 

CC – 7 Bhartiya Kavya Shastra

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • literary criticism of Sanskrit and Hindi literature
  • the characteristics of literature (kavy ke lakshan), its type (kavy ke prakar), causes (kavy ke hetu), aims (prayojan), qualities of good literature (kavy ke gun) etc.
  • the grammar and discipline of writing different forms of poetry, like Doha, Chaupai, Rola, Soratha etc.
  • analysis of the Alankaras

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester – 4

CC-8 Hindi Katha Sahitya

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  1. the background of development of prose in Hindi literature
  2. different forms of prose, especially stories and novels
  3. the development of Hindi story and novel in the context of contemporary socio-political circumstances of India
  4.  the main theme, style and aims of story – Nirmala by Premchand
  5.  the main theme, style and aims of story – Kitne Chaurahe by Fanishwar Nath Renu
  6. analysis and appreciation of the prose of Hindi Gadyadhaara (prescribed by KU)

 

CC – 9 Hindi Natak Avam Ekankee

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Hindi drama and skit
  • the development of Hindi drama and skit in the context of contemporary social circumstances and issues
  •  the theme, style, aims and importance of the Hindi drama Chandragupt by Jayshankar Prasad
  • the theme, style, aims and importance of the Hindi drama Aashaadh  Ka Ek Din by Mohan Rakesh
  • analysis and appreciation of the poems of Hindi Ekanki Dhaara (prescribed by KU)

 

CC – 10 Hindi Aalochna Avonm Nibandh

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  1. clear concept of literary criticism, its methods and importance
  2. the various methods of Hindi literary criticism
  3. the criteria of criticism of literature and analysis of the same
  4. the types of Hindi literary criticism like Historic, Comparative, Theoretical and Psychoanalytical
  5. the life and contributions of some important critics like Ramchandra Shukla, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Ramvilas Sharma and Naamvar Singh
  6. analysis and appreciation of the essays of Hindi Nibandhdhaara (prescribed by KU)

 

 

 

 

Semester – 5

CC – 11 Hindi Bhasha

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the origin and development of Hindi language
  • the various forms of Hindi language; like literary language, office language and functional Hindi
  • Writing efficiently in different forms of Hindi for different purposes
  • the origin and formation of Hindi words and their meanings and developing the vocabulary of the Hindi language
  • the meaning and process of translation and adaptation
  • the skills of creative writing and expressing their feelings through creative writing

 

CC – 12 Jansanchar

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  1. concept of mass media and its importance in present era
  2. the historicity of mass media and its origin and development in India
  3. the characteristics and uses of various media of mass-communication, like print, audio, video, audio-video etc.
  4. the skills to write for and use efficiently various media, like newspaper, radio, television, cinema etc. and be able to secure a career in this field
  5.  

DSE-1 Part-1 Hindi Gadya-Vidhayen

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the various form of Hindi prose
  • the characteristics of “Thakuri Baba” as Rekhachitra and appreciating the theme and style of this piece by Mahadevi Varma
  • the characteristics of “Kya Bhulun Kya Yaad Karun” as Atmkatha and appreciating the theme and style of this piece by Harivansh Rai Bachchan
  • the characteristics of “BHED AUR BHEDIA” as Vyang and appreciating the theme and style of this piece by Mahadevi Varma
  • Dharamveer Bharati’s reportaz “KANER KE PHOOL” and analyzing it in the context of characteristics of reportaz
  • analysis and appreciation of the prose of Hindi Gadyadhaara (prescribed by KU).
  • developing writing skills for various forms of prose

 

 

PART-2 Premchand

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the personality, literary works and other contributions of Munshi Premchand in the context of his time period
  • the impact of Nationalism, Renaissance, Gandhian Thought, Marxism and the Freedom Movement on his stories, novels, essays and speeches
  • analysis of the novel “GABAN” written by Munshi Premchand with respect to theme and style
  • analysis of the stories “PANCH PARAMESHWAR’, ‘MANTRA’, ‘QAFAN’, ‘SADGATI’ and ‘EIDGAAH’ written by Munshi Premchand and their theme and style in the context of the socio-economic status of the country
  •  analysis of the book “PREMCHAND: KUCHH VICHAR’ and its theme and style in the context of the socio-economic status of the country
  • the contributions and importance of Premchand in the development of Hindi literature

 

DSC-2

Any one from Part -1 & 2

Part-1 (Tulsidas)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the personality, literary works and other contributions of Tulsidas in the context of his time period
  • analysis and explanation of the Padas of VINAYPATRIKA – 5, 10, 45, 72, 78 by theme and style
  • analysis and explanation of the 5 Chhandas from KAVITAVALI – 29, 35, 45, 67, 73 by theme and style
  • analysis and explaination of the 5 Padas from GITAVALI – 29, 35, 45, 67 and 73 by theme and style
  • the life philosophy and values of Tulsidas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part- 02 – Rashtiya Kavya Dhara

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of nationality and patriotic poems
  • Analysis of the historicity of patriotic poems of Hindi
  • the personality, literary works and other contributions of ‘Munshi Premchand’ in context of his time period
  • analysis and explanation of the poems ‘BHARATI-VANDANA’ and ‘MATRIBHUMI’ written by Maithilisharan Gupt by theme and style
  • analysis of the personality, literary works and other contributions of Makhanlal Chaturvedi in context of his time period by his poems “PUSHP KI ABHILASHA” and “KAIDI AUR KOKILA”
  • analysis of the personality, literary works and other contributions of Ramdhari Singh Dinkar and explanation of the poems ‘HIMALAYA and KISKO NAMAN KARUN’ written by Dinkar by theme and style in the context of freedom struggle
  • analysis and explanation of the poems of ‘Padydhara’ (prescribed by KU)
  • the importance of love and sacrifice for nation

 

 

Semester – 6

CC- 13 Prayojan Moolak Hindi

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of Prayojanmulak (Functional) Hindi, and analyze its various forms and areas
  • explanation of the functions of Functional Hindi
  • the meaning and aims of various functions of Functional Hindi as a modern language
  • the skill to perform administrative tasks in Functional Hindi
  • the meaning and importance of efficient use of glossary of terms
  • the problems of Functional Hindi and make effort to solve these

 

CC- 14 Hindi Patrakarita

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of Hindi journalism
  • the types and importance of Hindi journalism in today’s world
  • the origin and development of Hindi journalism
  • the challenges of Hindi journalism and make efforts to meet these
  • collecting, writing and editing the news and representing the voice of the common people
  • analyzing and developing the eligibility of a good Hindi journalist in today’s world

Semester – 6

DSE-3

Any one from Part -1 & 2

Part – A Anuvad

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the meaning and importance of translation
  • the scope and limitations of translation from one language to another with the essence and beauty of the writing piece
  • the process and techniques of translation  
  • translation as an art or science or both
  • theory of equilibrium
  •  the various forms of translation like literary translation, formal (official) translation, adaptation etc.
  • the need and relevance of translation in the present day of globalization and multilingualism

Part-2 Hindi Lok Sahitya (Oral)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of folklore and its importance
  • folklore and its characteristics
  • differentiation between folklore and written literature
  • the various types of folklore, like folk songs, folk stories, folk drama and colloquialism
  • the importance of folk songs sung at various occasions and enjoy by singing and listening to folksongs with full reference
  • folksongs as mirrors of life, work, emotions and the entire culture of civilization
  • analysis of folk songs related to various occasions and emotions  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE-4 Laghu Shodh Lekhan

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • burning issues or problems related to Hindi language and literature
  • higher mental process e.g. thinking, reasoning and judgement for research
  • the processes and techniques of research methodology
  • independent creative writing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy

Semester-1

CC-1: Indian Philosophy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • characteristics of Indian Philosophy
  • Vedas and Upanishadic views
  • Charvaka’s epistemological, metaphysical and ethical thoughts
  • Jain theory of knowledge and substance (Dravya)
  • the teachings of Buddha

 

CC-2: Ancient Greek Philosophy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • early or ancient thought of Greek Philosophy
  • philosophical thought of Milesian School
  • Socratic philosophical method
  • epistemological theory of Socrates and Plato
  • Aristotle’s view of Causation.
  • Augustine’s theory of knowledge and his theology
  • Thomas Aquinas’s proofs for the existence of god and faith and reason

 

Semester-2

CC-3: Indian Philosophy (Part-2)

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • source of knowledge (pramana) of Nyaya Philosophy
  • Vaisheshika concept of categories
  • Sankhya theory of Causation
  • concept of Purusa and Prakriti
  • the eightfold means of Yoga
  • Shankara’s view of Brahman, Jagat and Atma
  • Ramanuja’s conception of Brahman and Refutation of Maya

 

CC-4: Modern Western Philosophy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the rational and scientific character of modern Philosophical thought
  • three main epistemological thoughts - Rationalism, Empiricism and criticism
  • concept of substance
  • theory of Monads
  • Locke’s reputation of Innate ideas
  • Berkeley’s  refutation of matter
  • Kantian critical approach of theory of knowledge

 

Semester-3

CC-5: Indian Ethics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Upanishadic view of Karma and Salvation
  • concept of Purusharthas
  • ethical thought of Bhagvadgita
  • Jain theory of ethics
  • Buddha’s view of Morality
  • concept of Dharma
  • concept of Sadharan Dharma and Varnashrama Dharma

 

CC-6: Western Ethics

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic concept and nature of western ethics
  • basis of ethics that is voluntary and non-voluntary action
  • the moral judgement and its object
  • Ethical theory of duty according to Kant
  • concept of Virtue ethics of Plato and Aristotle
  • concept of punishment and its Principal theories

 

 

 

 

CC-7: Deductive logic

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • basic logic
  • the laws of thought
  • term and proposition
  • Aristotelian Proposition
  • logical relationship between categorical propositions
  •  inference

 

CC-8: Indian Epistemology

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the concept of knowledge in Indian thought
  • meaning and concept of valid Knowledge
  • source of knowledge in Indian Philosophical tradition
  • validity of knowledge - Pramanyavada
  • perceptual error

 

 

 

Semester-4

CC-9: Western Epistemology

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • meaning and concept of knowledge
  • knowledge by acquaintance and description
  • difference between knowledge and belief
  • role of skepticism in knowledge
  • theories of origin of knowledge: Rationalism, Emperialism and Criticism
  • concept of theorems of truth

 

 

 

CC-10: Inductive Logic

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • scientific and unscientific induction
  •  the ground of induction
  • the concept of cause and effect
  • the concept of Hypothesis
  • Nature and kinds of inference from analogy

 

Semester-5

CC-11: Western Metaphysics

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the nature and subject matter of Metaphysics
  • nature of the ultimate reality
  • number of ultimate Reality
  • metaphysical concept
  • metaphysical problem: mind-body relation

 

CC-12: Indian Metaphysics

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • Indian thought of categories of reality
  • concept of god in Nyaya, Yoga and Ramayana’s Philosophy
  • concept of Atma
  • concept of universals
  • concept of causation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE-1: Social philosophy

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the meaning and nature of Social Philosophy
  • the relation between individual and society
  • meaning and condition of social change
  • the concept of family and marriage
  • the concept of tradition and modernity
  • gender discrimination

 

DSE-2: Sankhya Karika

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • concept of Pramana and its kinds
  • Prakriti that is ultimate cause of the world
  • three gunas of Prakriti
  • nature of Purusha or the self
  • theory of causation- Satkaryavada
  • the evolution of the world
  • concept of three types of suffering
  • concept of bondage and liberation

 

Semester-6

CC-13: Philosophy of religion

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • meaning, nature and utility of philosophy of religion
  • origin and development of religion
  • the different phases of religion
  • grounds of religious belief
  • arguments that are given for the existence of God
  • concept of the problem of evil
  • concept of immortality of soul

 

 

CC-14: Modern Indian Philosophy

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • chief characteristics of Modern Indian Philosophy
  • concept of universal religion of Swami Vivekananda
  • concept of cosmic evolution of Aurobindo
  • Gandhi’s thought about Truth and God
  • concept of God in Modern Indian Philosophy
  • philosophical views of R.Tagore
  • Radhakrishnan’s thought about Absolute Reality
  • theory of destiny, self and world according to Dr. Md. Iqbal

 

DSE-3: Political Philosophy

 The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • nature and scope of Political Philosophy
  • its relation to Political science and Social Philosophy
  • political concept of justice, Equality, Liberty and Sovereignty
  • methods of political actions
  • the concept of Political Ideology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF URDU

B.A. (Hons.) Urdu

Semester-1

CC-1 : Early Urdu Language and tradition of Daastan

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the early examples of Urdu Language
  • examples of early pieces of Urdu Literature
  • conversion of oral tradition into written Literature
  • role of Sufis in development of Urdu Literature
  • important early Poets and Prose writers of Urdu
  • development of Daastan as a form of Literature
  • transformation of Daastan into modern Fiction
  • difference between Daastan and Novel as well as Short Stories

 

 

CC-2 :  Tradition of Urdu Ghazal and Representative Poets

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the tradition of Ghazal writing in Urdu
  • establishment of Ghazal as most effective literary form of Urdu Poetry
  • early Urdu Ghazal writers and their Style
  • important Ghazal writers and their contribution
  • specific knowledge about Ghazal writers like Seraj Dakani, Dard Dehlawi and Momin Dehlawi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester -2

CC-3  :  Urdu Fiction : Origin and Development

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the tradition and development of Urdu Fiction
  • examples of early fiction writings in Urdu
  • early Urdu fiction writers, their contribution and style
  • writings and style of  pioneer Novelist  Deputy Nazeer Ahmad
  • writings and style of pioneer Short Story writer Premchand
  • writings and style of master Playwright Mr. Abid Husain

 

 

CC-4  :  Some important genre of Urdu Poetry

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • an overview of genres of Urdu Poetry
  • important genres like Masnawi, Qaseeda and Marsiya
  • writing and Style of Meer Hasan as a Masnawi writer
  • writing and Style of Mirza Rafi Sauda as a Qaseeda writer
  • writing and Style of Meer Anees as a Marsiya writer
  • critical appreciation of Urdu Poetry on the basis of genre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester -3

CC-5  :  Some important non-fiction genres of Urdu Prose

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • an overview of genres of Urdu Prose
  • appreciation of non-fiction literature
  • tradition and development of Tazkira Nigari in Urdu
  • tradition and development of Maktoob Nigari in Urdu
  • tradition and development of Khaka Nigari in Urdu
  • style and significance of Mohammad Husain Azad’s Tazkira Nigari
  • style and significance of Mirza Ghalib’s Maktoob Nigari
  • style and significance of Rashid Ahmad Siddiqui’s Khaka Nigari

 

 

CC-6  :  Mid Classical Age of Urdu Poetry

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • different ages eras and periods of Urdu Poetry
  • special features of different ages
  • characteristics of Mid Classical Age of Urdu Poetry
  • style, Diction and significance of Mid Classical Poets
  • salient features of Meer, Ghalib and Faiz

 

 

CC-7  :  Important genres of Urdu Prose

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Urdu Prose
  • development of different genres of Urdu Prose
  • tradition and development of  biography writing in Urdu
  • tradition and development of  novel in Urdu
  • tradition and development of  short story writing in Urdu
  • style and significance of biographies of Altaf Husain Hali
  • style and significance of novels of Jeelani Bano
  • style and significance of some important short story writers

 

Semester - 4

CC-8  :  Urdu Nazmnigari

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Urdu Nazm
  • forms and themes of Urdu Nazm
  • important Poets of Urdu Nazm
  • contribution of Iqbal for Urdu Nazm
  • style and significance of Majaz as a poet of Nazm
  • style and significance of Firaq as a poet of Nazm

 

 

CC-9  :  Urdu Criticism

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Urdu Criticism
  • different schools of criticism
  • relation between Criticism and Research
  • important critics of Urdu
  • contribution of Altaf Husain Hali, Aale Ahmad Suroor and Kalimuddin Ahmad to Urdu criticism

 

 

CC-10  :  Tradition of Humor and Satire in Urdu Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • traces of Humor and Satire in early Urdu Literature
  • relation between humor and Satire
  • tradition and development of Humor and Satire in Urdu Prose
  • tradition and development of Humor and Satire in Urdu Poetry
  • some important humorist and satirist of Urdu literature
  • style and significance of Pitrus Bukhari, Raza Naqwi Wahi and Mujtaba Husain

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester -5

 

CC-11  :  History of Urdu Literature (Prose)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • tradition and development of genres of Urdu Prose
  • representative prose writers of Urdu
  • appreciation of different types of creative prose
  • style, significance and contribution of Meer Amman, Sir Syed, Hali, Shibli Nomani, Abul Kalam Azad, Pitrus Bukhari, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Krishn Chander, Manto, Rasheed Ahmad Siddiqui, Sohail Azeemabadi and Shakeela Akhtar

 

 

CC-12  :  History of Urdu Literature (Poetry)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • tradition and development of genres of Urdu Poetry
  • representative Poets of Urdu
  • appreciation of different types of Poetry forms
  • style, significance and contribution of Wali Dakani, Nazeer Akbarabadi, Atish Lakhnawi, Akbar Allahabadi, Shad Azimabadi, Nasikh Lakhnawi, Josh Malihabadi, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Jameel Mazhari and Perween Shakir

 

 

DSE 1 (A)  :  Urdu Journalism and Mass Communication

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition, Scope and importance of Journalism and Mass Communication
  • media, print media, electronic media, TV, radio, internet as tools of mass communication
  • history and development of journalism in India
  • origin, development and brief history of Urdu journalism
  • contribution and significance of important and famous Urdu journalists

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE 1 (B)  :  Introduction of Persian Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • brief history of Persian language and literature
  • different ages and periods of Persian literature
  • representative poets and prose writers of Persian
  • style, contribution and significance of Fiurdausi, Hafiz, Roomi, Saadi, Mar Khayam, Ameer Khusrau, Nazeeri, Qa’ani, Zahoori, Perween E’tesami, Iqbal

 

DSE 2 (A)  :  Urdu Linguistics and Prosody

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition, Scope and importance of Linguistics
  • language families, Indo Aryan Languages, Non-Aryan Languages of India
  • different theories of origin and development of Urdu Language
  • Sanskrit, Prakrit, Apbhransha, Khariboli and Urdu-Hindi
  • definition and basics of Prosody, different meters and method of scansion

 

DSE 2 (B)  :  Translation

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • importance and scope of translation
  • art of translation, problems and practical difficulties of translation
  • classification of texts, translation process of difference type of texts
  • precautions during translation of prose and poetry
  • terminology of translation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester -6

 

CC-11  :  Detailed Study of Creative Prose

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • significant genres of Urdu prose
  • age-wise study of style, diction and contents of Urdu Novel
  • important novels and novelists.(Deputy Nazeer Ahmad, Premchand, Abdul Haleem Sharar, Krishn Chander, Qurratul Ain Haider, Abdullah Husain, Shaukat Sidiqui, Khadeeja Mastoor, Jeelani Bano, Ilyas Ahmad Gaddi and Abdussamad.)
  • age-wise study of style, diction and contents of Urdu Short stories
  • important Short story writer and their masterpieces
  • an introduction of the representative Short stories of Premchand, Sajjad Haider Yildrim, Manto, Bedi, Krishn Chander, Ismat Chughtai, Sohail Azeemabadi and Ghayas Ahmad Gaddi
  • tradition and development of Drama in Urdu along-with introduction of selected Plays of Agha Hashr, Imtiyaz Ali Taj, Akhtar Orainwi, Abid Husain, Ibrahim Yusuf and Mohammad Hasan

 

CC-12  :  Special Study of Important genres of Urdu Poetry

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • significant genres of Urdu Poetry
  • age-wise study of Urdu Poetry
  • history and development of Urdu Ghazal and important Ghazal writers
  • special study of Wali, Seraj, Meer, Ghalib, Momin, Dagh, Shad, Iqbal and Faiz
  • history and development of Urdu Masnawi and significant Masnawi Nigar
  • special study of Meer Hasan, Daya Shankar Naseem, Shauq Lakhnawi and Jameel Mazhari
  • history and development of Urdu Marsiya and significant Marsiya Nigar
  • special study of Meer Anis, Mirza Dabeer and Josh Malihabadi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSE 3 (A)  :  Islamic History in Urdu and Rhetoric

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • life and teachings of Prophet MohammadSAW, His pre and post migration accounts, important events, including Ghuzwa-e-Badr,Ghuzwa-e-Uhad, Sulah Hudaibiya, Victory of Mecca, Hajjatul-Wida
  • period of first Islamic caliph Hazrat Abubakr
  • period of second Islamic caliph Hazrat Umarr

period of third Islamic caliph Hazrat Usman

  • period of fourth Islamic caliph Hazrat Ali
  • appreciation of Rhetoric used in Classical Urdu Poetry

 

 

DSE 3 (B)  :  Introduction of Arabic Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • brief history of Arabic language and literature
  • different ages and periods of Arabic literature
  • representative poets and prose writers of Arabic
  • style, contribution and significance of Imra-ul-Qais, Zuhair bin Abi Salma, Umar ibn Kulsoom, Ka’b bin Zuhair, Farazdaq, Abunewas, Jahiz, Sa’albi, Abulula-al-Muarra, AhmadShauqi, Hafiz Ibrahim

 

 

DSE 4 :  Project Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.G. DEPARTMENT OF URDU

 

Semester -1

CC- 1 : Early Urdu Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • transformation of Urdu Language into Literature
  • examples of early pieces of Urdu Literature
  • development of Urdu Literature in northern and southern part of India
  • difference between Deccani And Dehlawi Urdu
  • significance of Ameer Khusrau and his writings
  • style, significance and craftsmanship of Mulla Wajahi and his Masnawi Qutub Mushturi
  • significance and Style of Iswi Khan Bahadur and his Qissa MehrAfroz wa Dilbar
  • significance, Style and importance of Mohammad Afzal’s Bikat Kahani

 

 

CC- 2:  Development of Non Fiction Literature in Urdu Prose

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • non-fiction genres of Urdu Prose (Insha Pardazi, Mazmoon Nigari, Inshaiya, Biography. Autobiography, Safarnama, Khaka nigari and Reportage )
  • significant styles and diction of Urdu Prose
  • representative writers of Non-Fiction Urdu Prose
  • Mohammad Husain Azad and his Inshapardazi
  • Sir Syed and his Mazmoon Nigari
  • Maulana Azad and his Maktoob Nigari
  • Ismat Chughtai and her autobiography

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC- 3 :  Classical Urdu Poetry

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Urdu Poetry
  • emergence of Ghazal as the most dominant genre
  • influence of Persian Poetic tradition
  • development of Indian tradition of Ghazal
  • historic, linguistic and literary importance of Quli Qutub Shah
  • significance and importance of Wali Dakani
  • uniqueness and Individuality of style and contents Meer Taqi Meer
  • classical age of Urdu Ghazal
  • philosophical Style, diction and universality of Mirza Ghalib’s Ghazalgoi
  • individuality of Ghazalgoi of Aatish Lakhnawi and impact of Sufism

 

 

Semester -2

CCURD-204  :  Development of Urdu Novel

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the tradition and development of Urdu Prose and impact of western languages
  • end of Daastan Age and advent of Fiction
  • early Urdu novelists and their representative novels
  • significance and style of Deputy Nazeer Ahmad, Abdul Haleem Sharar, Mirza Hadi Ruswa Premchand and Qurratul Ain Haider
  • development of Urdu novels, first and second phase of Urdu novel
  • masterpiece novels of Urdu (Ibnul Waqt, Sooratul-Khyal, Godan, London Ki ek Raat, Shikast, Dadar Pul Ke Bachche, Ek  Chadar maili Si, Gurez, Gardish-e-Rang-e-Chaman, Chandni Begum, Shab Gazeedah, Udas Naslein, Khuda ki Basti, Jangloos, Alipur Ka Aily, Raja Gidh, Aiwan-E-Ghazal, Furat, Pani, Do Gaz Zameen, Kai Chand the Sar-e-Aasmaan)
  • representative novels: Mir’atul Uroos, Firdaus-e-Bareen, UmraoJaan Ada, Godan and Aag ka Dariya

 

 

 

 

CC - 5  :  Modern Urdu Ghazal

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • tradition and development of Urdu Ghazal
  • new dictions and experiments with traditional Ghazal
  • appreciation of the Ghazals of Dagh Dehlawi, Allama Iqbal, Shad Azeemabadi and Nasir Kazmi
  • style and individuality of Dagh Dehlawi as a Ghazal Writer
  • introduction of new contents in Urdu Ghazals with the advent of Allama Iqbal
  • Shad Azeemabadi as a new voice of Urdu Ghazal
  • individuality of style in the Ghazals of Nasir Kazmi

 

CC-6  :  Theories of Literary Criticism and Urdu Criticism

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition, objective and scope of Criticism
  • relation between Criticism and Research
  • tradition of criticism in Urdu and early examples of criticism in Tazkiras
  • principles of criticism
  • different schools of criticism
  • important Urdu critics (Haali, Shibli, Aley Ahmad Suroor, Kalimuddin Ahmad, Ehtesham Husain, Waris Alwi, Shamsur Rahman Farooqui, Gopi Chand Narang, Wahab Ashrafi, Abul Kalam Qasmi)

 

 

Semester -3

CC - 7  :  Important genres of Urdu Poetry

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • genres of Urdu Poetry, Like Hamd, Naat, Manqibat, Qaseeda, Ghazal, Rubai, Masnawi, Marsiya, Qat’a, Salam, Nauha, Shahr Ashob, Wasokht, Azad Nazm, Moarra Nazm, Nasari Nazm, Geet, Doha, Sonnet, etc.
  • art of Masnawi writing and development of Masnawi in Urdu
  • art of Qaseeda writing and important Qaseeda nigar of Urdu
  • art of Marsiya writing and its tradition in Urdu along with important Marsiya nigar
  • appreciation of Masnawi Sehrul Bayan and Masnawi Gulzar-e-Nasim
  • appreciation of Qseeda nigari of Zauq Dehlawi
  • appreciation of Marsiya nigari of Meer Anees

 

 

CC- 8  :  Development of Urdu Short Stories

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • development of Urdu Prose specially Urdu Fiction
  • second phase of Urdu Short stories
  • impacts of Foreign literature upon Urdu Short stories
  • masterpiece Urdu Short stories and important writers (Premchand, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Krishn Chandar, Sa’adat Hasan Manto, Qurratul Ain Haider, Ismat Chughtai)

 

 

 

CC - 9  :  Origin and Development of Urdu Drama

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • art of drama, components, plot, characters, dialogue, language and style
  • drama and stage
  • history of drama in India
  • sanskrit drama, types of drama, Rasleela, Nautanki and Folk Theatre
  • Indrasabha and Amanat, Rahas Radha Kanhaiya and Weajid Ali Shah
  • advent of Urdu Drama
  • early lyrical plays, early plays in prose
  • development of literary Urdu Drama
  • important plays and playwrights
  • appreciation of Silver-king, Anarkali, Kheti and Agra Bazar

 

 

 

 

 

ECURD-302 (A) :  Urdu Journalism and Ilm-e-Balaghat(Rhetoric)

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • journalism and journalist
  • news and newspaper, components of newspaper
  • components of news, types of news, sources of news
  • news writing, caption making, editorial, column, feature, newspaper management.
  • history of Urdu journalism
  • freedom of journalism and laws, UNESCO Declaration and Journalistic Ethics.
  • definition and parts of Ilm-e-Balaghat
  • simile, metaphor, metaphor of substitution and metonymy
  • San’at and types of San’at (Sanae’ Lafzi and Sanae’ Ma’nwi)
  • important San’ats: definition and examples

 

ECURD-302 (B) :  Brief History of Hindi Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Hindi language.
  • advent of literature in Hindi, different Kaal (Periods) of Hindi literature
  • Aadi Kaal or Veergatha Kaal : Outline of the period, Representative Poets and prose writers
  • Bhakti Kaal : Outline of the period, Representative Poets and prose writers
  • Reeti Kaal : Outline of the period, Representative Poets and prose writers
  • Adhunik Kaal : Outline of the period, Representative Poets and prose writers
  • Some important writers and poets of Hindi and their writings

 

ECURD-302 (C) :  Different Schools of Urdu Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • early centres of Urdu, association with royal courts
  • centrality of Delhi, development of Urdu in Delhi, language and accent of Delhi
  • establishment of Delhi School, representative writers and poets of Delhi School
  • decline of Delhi and rise of Lucknow, linguistic identity of Lucknow
  • Lucknow School, representative writers and poets of Lucknow School
  • emergence of British Rule and downfall of Delhi and Lucknow, establishment of new Schools of Urdu Literature
  • Azimabad School, identity and significance
  • Rampur School, Dakan School and others
  • comparison of different Schools
  • new centres of Urdu Literature

 

Semester -4

CC - 10  :  Humor and Satire in Urdu

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • traces of humor and satire in early Urdu literature
  • humor and satire in genres of Urdu prose
  • humor and satire in genres of Urdu poetry
  • introduction of humor and satire as literary forms in Urdu Literature
  • tradition and development of humor and satire in Urdu Poetry
  • important poets of humor and satire in Urdu; detail Study of Akbar Allahabadi and Raza Naqwi Wahi
  • tradition and development of humor and satire in Urdu Prose
  • important prose writers of humor and satire in Urdu; detail Study of Ibn-e-Insha, Mujtaba Husain and Ahmad Jamal Pasha

 

CC- 11: Urdu Literature in Bihar and Jharkhand : Origin and Development

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • origin and development of Urdu Language in Bihar and Jharkhand
  • significance and importance of Azimabad School
  • poetic tradition of Bihar and Jharkhand. Important poets (Rasikh, Fazl-e-Haq Azad, Sareer Kabri, Shafaq Imadpuri, B.Z. Mael, Sohail Wasti, Kalim Ajiz, Ahmad Azimabadi, Mazhar Imam, Prakash Fikri, Wahab Danish, Shaeq Muzaffarpuri, Syed Ahmad Shamim, Aslam Badr)
  • in-depth study of Shad Azimabadi, Jameel Mazhahi, Manzar Shahab and Siddiq Mujibi
  • tradition of prose writing in Bihar and Jharkhand. Important prose writers (Shad Azimabadi, Jameel Mazhari, Akhtar Orainwi, Sohail Azibabadi, Shakila Akhtar, Sheen Muzaffarpuri, Shafaq, Husainul Haq, Sheen Akhtar, AbdusSamad, Shaukat Hayat, Akhtar Yusuf, Qasim Khurshid, Kahkashan Perween, Akhtar Azad and Neyaz Akhtar)
  • in-depth study of Ghayas Ahmad Gaddi, Zaki Anwar, Manzar Kazmi and Ilyas Ahmad Gaddi

 

ECURD-403(A) : Mass Communication and Prosody

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • communication and Mass Communication
  • Mass Communication : definition, significance, advantage and objective
  • different sources of Mass Communication, print and electronic media
  • radio, television and internet as medium of Mass Communication
  • Mass Communication and laws
  • Mass Communication and Urdu
  • definition and terminologies of Ilm-e-Urooz
  • different Meters and methods of scansion

 

 

ECURD-403(B) : Sufism, Indo-Islamic Culture and Urdu Literature

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • definition of Sufism, Quran and Sufism, Islamic philosophy of Sufism
  • history of Sufism; importance of Sufism in Islam
  • Sufism and Indian Culture; Sufism and human values
  • literature and Sufism
  • tradition of Sufistic poetry in Urdu; concept of divine love in Urdu
  • Sufi poets of Urdu
  • impact of Sufism on non-sufi poets

 

ECURD-403(C) : Institutions and Movements of Urdu

 

The study of this course aims at instilling in students the knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • importance of institutions during development of Urdu Language
  • Fort William College, Associated writers, contribution of Fort William College
  • Delhi College, associated Writers and their writings
  • movement of Islah-e-Zuban
  • Aligarh Movement and its impact
  • Progressive Writers Movement and its impact
  • Jadeediyat Movement and its impact
  • feminism and the feminist literature of Urdu

 

CCURD-412  :  Project Work

 

 

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