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Programme Outcome, Programme Specific Outcome & Course Outcome

  • ANTHROPOLOGY

    PROGRAM OUTCOME :
    • The students of Anthropology will learn the history, branches and scope of anthropology.
    • They will comprehensively understand the concepts and theories of major branches of anthropology i.e. Biological, Social and Archaeological anthropology.
    • Students will be familiar with approaches, techniques, methodologies and study designs commonly used in anthropological research.
    • They will understand the distinction of conducting population based fieldwork independently and collecting useful qualitative and quantitative date pertaining to their research work.
    • A student of anthropology will be able to relate all the core papers, GE and SEC papers with social and political environment of communities.
    • Students should finally understand the importance of anthropological research in policy making and improving human life

     

    COURSE OUTCOME :

     

    FIRST SEMESTER

    COURSE CODE AND TITLE
    COURSE OUTCOME
     C 1 (6C) ANTH-101
    Introduction to Biological Anthropology
    1.  The purpose of the paper is to understand the concept of Origin of life on earth.
    2. It also intended to acquaint the students with some of the significant issues like evolution of man and evidences of evolution.
    3. Non human primates in relation to human         Evolution
    4. To understand the great divisions of     humanity
    5. To Understand the methods and techniques of anthropometric measurements somatometry and somatoscopy
    C 2 (6C) ANTH-102
    Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology
    1. The students will learn about the scope and relevance of Social-Cultural Anthropology and its relationship with other branches of anthropology.
    2. They will learn about concepts of society, culture, social stratification, etc.
    3. They will also learn about important institutions like family, marriage and kinship
    4. From the practical component they will learn how to follow up some of the commonly used techniques of data collection in Social-Cultural Anthropology. 
    GE-1(6C) *
    Introduction to Biological Anthropology
    1. The purpose of the paper is to understand the concept of Origin of life on earth.
    2. It also intended to acquaint the students with some of the significant issues like evolution of man and evidences of evolution.
    3. Non human primates in relation to human         Evolution
    4. To understand the great divisions of     humanity
    5. To Understand the methods and techniques of anthropometric measurements somatometry and somatoscopy

    SECOND SEMESTER

     C 3 (6C) ANTH-201
    Archaeological Anthropology
    1. From this paper students will learn about concept of archeological anthropology and its relationship with other disciplines and the different methods of studying archeological anthropology
    2. They will learn about the types of methods of estimation of time nd reconstruction of the past
    3. They will know about Glacial and interglacial periods and pluviation and inter pluviation and different types of geo-climatic events.
    4. It is also intended to acquire knowledge different types of tool techniques and types of tools.
    5. They will also get knowledge on concept of earliest evidence of culture in the world. 
     C 4 (6C) ANTH-202
    Fundamentals of Human Origin & Evolution
    1. The purpose of the paper is to understand the origin and evolution of primate and Human
    2.  It also intended to acquaint the students with some of the significant fossils of primate and Man
    3. To Understand the Hominisation process
    4. To Understand the methods and techniques of  Craniometry
    GE-2(6C)*
    Archaeological Anthropology
     
    1. From this paper students will learn about concept of archeological anthropology and its relationship with other disciplines and the different methods of studying archeological anthropology
    2. They will learn about the types of methods of estimation of time and reconstruction of the past
    3. They will know about Glacial and interglacial periods and pluviation and inter pluviation and different types of geo-climatic events.
    4. It is also intended to acquire knowledge different types of tool techniques and types of tools.
    5. They will also get knowledge on concept of earliest evidence of culture in the world. 

     

    THIRD SEMESTER

     C 5(6C) ANTH-301
    Tribes and Peasants in India
    1. The students will learn about the concepts of tribes, their classification and distribution
    2. They will learn about how tribes are linked with the wider world
    3. They will also learn about peasantry and how it is related to tribes
    4.  From the practical component they will learn to read original ethnographies and extract relevant information from the same.
     C 6(6C) ANTH-302
    Human Ecology: Biological & Cultural dimensions
    1. The student will learn about the concept of ecology, its definition , adaptation in various ecological condition, biotic and abiotic components
    2. They will learn about different methods of human ecology
    3. They will know about the adaptation to various ecological stresses, homeostasis and thermoregulation, ecological rules and their applicability among human beings
    4. They will also know about impact of urbanization and industrialization on man.
    5. Students will learn about culture as a tool of adaptation and various modes of human adaptation in pre-stat societies.
    6. Ecological themes of state formation and agriculture and peasantry
    7. From the practical part they will know about to prepare a project repot on any environmental problem
    GE-3(6C)*
    Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
    1. To learn about the scope and relevance of Social-Cultural Anthropology and its relationship with other branches of anthropology
    2. They will learn about concepts of society, culture, social stratification, etc.
    3. They will also learn about important institutions like family, marriage and kinship.
    4. From the practical component they will learn how to follow up some of the commonly used techniques of data collection in Social-Cultural Anthropology.

    FORTH SEMESTER

    C 8(6C) ANTH-401
    Theories of Culture and Society
    1. The students will learn about the classical theories of culture like evolutionism, diffusionism and culture area
    2. They will learn about historical particularism and neo-evolutionism.
    3. They will also learn about functionalism, structuralism and other more recent theories
    4.  From the practical component they will learn about formulation of research questions and hypotheses, testing of hypotheses, etc
    C 9(6C) ANTH-402
    Human Growth and Development
    1. The purpose of the paper is to understand the concept of human growth, development, differentiation and maturation
    2. To understand Health and Nutritional Status
    3. To understand the Bio-cultural factors influencing growth and variation
    4. Somatotyping, Human physique and body composition
    5. Bio-cultural adaptation to environmental stress
    6. To understand the methods and techniques of  Somatometry, estimation of body composition and nutritional assessment
    C 10(6C) ANTH-403
    Research Methods
    1. Students will know about review o literature and the components of research design
    2. They will know about fieldwork tradition in anthropology and the contributions o different pioneers.
    3. They will know about different tools and techniques of data collection in anthropology
    4. They will also know about ethics and politics of research and analysis of data collected and how to write a research report.
    5. The practical part will give knowledge on how to construct genealogy, different methods used in field work and an know how to write a report.
    GE-4(6C)*
    Research Methods in Anthropology
    1. Students will know about review o literature and the components of research design
    2. They will know about fieldwork tradition in anthropology and the contributions o different pioneers.
    3. They will know about different tools and techniques of data collection in anthropology
    4. They will also know about ethics and politics of research and analysis of data collected and how to write a research report.
    5. The practical part will give knowledge on how to construct genealogy, different methods used in field work and an know how to write a report.
    FIFTH SEMESTER
    C 11(6C) ANTH-501
    Human Population Genetics
    1. To learn the major concepts of human population genetics and their inferences in understanding human evolution
    2. Students can explain the basic terms/concepts of human population genetics
    3. Appreciate the mechanisms of evolutionary forces in shaping biological diversity
    4. Be able to link different evolutionary forces and dynamic interaction between in human evolution
    5. To understand the methods and techniques of  determining colour blindness, G6PD, PTC tasting ability and Biochemical markers.
    C 12 (6C) ANTH-502
    Anthropology in Practice
    1. The students will learn about various applications of anthropological knowledge and techniques.
    2. They will learn about the role of anthropology in development practices
    3.  They will also learn about various constitutional provisions that protect human rights
    4. From the practical component they will learn about how to prepare report on an NGO or a project on tourism.
    DSE- I(A):
    Indian Archaeology
    1. From this content of this paper students will know about technique of tool manufacture and estimation of their relative efficiency and typology of tools and nomenclature.
    2. They will know about methods of climatic reconstruction suh as palynology, paleontology, soil PH estimation.
    3. They will also know about pleisticene chronology of India.
    4. They will know about distribution and interpretation oh habitat and economy of lower Paleolithic, middle Paleolithic, upper Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, chalcolithic, megalithic culture.
    5. They will also know about art, ritual and beliefs.
    DSE- I(C) :
    Tribal Cultures in India
    1. The students will learn about various concepts of tribes and the importance of studying them
    2. They will learn about the difficulties of differentiating between tribe and caste in India.
    3. They will also learn about classification of tribes based on religion, economy, occupation, race, etc
    4. From the practical component they will learn about distribution of various categories of tribes in India and how to write an annotated bibliography and social structure of one of them.
    SIXTH SEMESTER
    C 13(6C) ANTH-601
    Dissertation
    1. Students will learn to prepare a dissertation based on ethnographic fieldwork.
    C 14(6C) ANTH-602
    Anthropology of India
    1. The students will learn about how anthropology originated and evolved in India.
    2. They will learn about Indian society on the basis of some key concepts developed by various anthropologists and sociologists.
    3. They will also learn about the contributions of some western anthropologists to understanding Indian society and culture.
    4. The students will learn about various concepts of tribes and the importance of studying them.
    5. They will learn about the tribal situation in India and difficulties of differentiating between tribe and caste in India.
    6. They will also learn about the various developmental projects on Tribes.
    7. From the practical component they will learn about diversities in Indian society on the basis of biological and cultural traits.
    DSE- I(A):
    Forensic Anthropology
    1. To know about forensic anthropology, a specialized, applied branch of physical/biological anthropology which deals with the medico-legal investigation.
    2. How it has been developed a sub-discipline of biological anthropology through historical dimension.
    3. To understand scope of forensic anthropologist as well as work of forensic anthropologists how they are helpful for the court  of law or law enforcement agencies viz, Personal identification, Serology, Individualization.
    4. From the practical component they will learn about Human Long Bones, Somatometric and Soomatoscopic observation on living persons,Identification of bloodstain, urine, semen saliva and examination of Fingerprints and Handwriting.
    DSE- I(B) : Urban Anthropology
    1. From this paper student will know about emergence of urban anthropology, political economy, class approach, urban inequality and disasters, global urban development.
    2. From the practical contents they will know about role of culture among business community, media popular culture behavior, photo shoot in city life and creating captions and texts relating to urban anthropology.
  • BENGALI

    PROGRAM OUTCOME :
    Students are expected to learn important aspects of prose and essays, modern poetry and culture of Bengali literature.
    COURSE OUTCOME :
    Semester
    Programme Code and Title
    Course Outcome
    B.A/B.Sc/B.com 1st sem
    MIL-2
    Bangla Sahityer Itihaas
    (Adhunik Jug)
    1) Students are expected to learn important aspects of prose and essays, modern poetry and Culture of Bengali literature and society.
    2) Students are introduced with stalwarts of 19th century Bengali literature and their works.
    3) Students are expected to know about the entry of printing press and its susequent impact on the expansion of literary platforms.
    4) Through Bengali literature students are expected to learn Bengali language, culture, arts, moral values, humanism, as well as political, economic, religious and cultural aspects and their reflection in literature.
    B.A/B.Com 3rd Sem
    Non-Hons Core/MIL-I
    Bangla Sahityer Abhaas
    1) Basic outlines of the history of Bengali literature are imparted to introduce the students about the organic structure of Bengali literature. 2) Students are introduced with modern poetry and drama of Tagore, short stories of Banaful, novel of Saratchandra.
    B.A/B.Com 4th Sem
    Non-Hons Core/MIL-II
    Bangla Chotogolpo O Banijyik Beboharik Sahitya
    1) 20th century Bengali short stories are introduced to the students to strengthen their sense of modern literature.
    2) The department teaches functional Bengali, usage of official Bengali and its different forms, translation, terminology etc. to enable students regarding its practical application.
    3) Media, journalism, script editing, proof reading, technical knowledge of translation helps them to get job opportunity.

     

  • COMMERCE

    PROGRAMME OUTCOME

     • The students will be ready for employment in functional areas like accounting, taxation, banking, insurance and corporate law.
    • An attitude for working effectively and efficiently in a business environment. Learners will gain knowledge of various disciplines of commerce, business, accounting, economics, and finance, auditing and marketing.
    • Outline the fundamentals of commerce viz., business stZudies, finance, Accounting and Management. Recognize various managerial and accounting skills needed for better professional opportunities
    • Examine the capabilities in varied areas developing communication skills with an aim towards holistic development of learners. Develop the capability of decision making at personal and professional levels and inculcate entrepreneurial skills.

    PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

     • Students also acquire skills to work as tax consultant, audit assistant and other financial supporting services.
    • Students have choices to pursue professional courses such as CA, M.COM, MBA, CMA, ICWA, CS, etc
    • Students are able to play roles of businessmen, entrepreneur, managers, consultant, which will help learners to possess knowledge and other soft skills and to react aptly when confronted with critical decision making. 
    • Apply Management accounting concepts in determining and managing Costs, Revenue, Pricing and budgetary techniques.

    COURSE OUTCOME

     

    B.COM COURSE CBCS(HONOURS)
    Program code
    Program Name
    Course code
    Course Name
    Course Outcome
    Semester-1
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-101
    Financial Accounting (6 Credit)
    On successful completion of this course the student is enabled with the Knowledge in the practical applications of accounting
    Learn principles and concepts of Accountancy
    Basic concepts of Partnership Accounting and Company accounts etc.
     
     
    C-102
    Business Law
    Aware of various laws relating to the business laws, meaning, evaluation, significance
    Identify the law relating to sell of goods acts 1930, the Indian partnership act 1932.
    Determining law relating to negotiable instrument act 1881.
    Understanding the law relating to the consumer protection act 1986 information technology act 2000 and cyber law.
     
     
    G-101
    Micro Economics
    Understand the nature and scope of the business economics and their responsibilities.
    Describe the law of the demand and Giffens paradox and methods of demands for costing.
    Evaluate the concept of production function and law of variable proportions and isoquant curves.
    Design the theory of the population and the criticize it.
    Describe law of the supply and its criticism and evaluate concept of cost
    Write down the theory of the revenue.
     
     
    AE-101
    Communicative English
    At the completion of the course the learner will be able to: develop vocabulary and improve the accuracy in grammar. produce words with right pronunciation. Improve LSRW- listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and the related sub-skills.
     
     
    AE-102
    MIL/Alt.English
    This course is focused on developing communicative competence in English with knowledge of the building blocks of grammar, usage and vocabulary. Core competencies in reading and thinking are sought be encouraged through suitable reading content in prose form. Similarly writing activities and language exercises are provided to facilitate absorption of the rules of syntax and etiquettes of style
    Semester-2
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-203
    Corporate Accounting
    Enabling the students to understand the features of Shares and Debentures.
    Develop an understanding about the redemption of shares and debentures.
    To give an exposure to the company final accounts.
    Students can get an idea about internal reconstruction
     
     
    C-204
    Corporate Law
    Understand the background of the new company act 2013 and explain kinds of company.
    Define memorandum of association and articles of association.
    Determine private placement and prospectus and misrepresentation in prospectus.
    Write the meaning and nature of capital share and capital.
    Identify the difference between share and debenture and owned capital and debt capital.
    Explain membership in a company and its procedure and analyze the meaning of directors and concepts.
     
     
    G-202
    Macro Economics
    On completion of the course students will be able to Demonstrate the meaning and function of money, high powered money, monetary and paper system, illustrate various version of quantity theory of money. Identify types of banks, explain the meaning and function of commercial banks, illustrate how banks create credit, and suggest the instruments to control credit. Analyze different phases of trade cycle, demonstrate various trade cycle theories, understand the impact of cyclical fluctuation on the growth of business, and lay policies to control trade cycle. Illustrate the meaning of inflation, deflation, stagflation and reflation, identify different kinds of inflation, causes and effects of inflation on different sectors of the economy, describe different measures to control inflation.
     
     
    AE-202
    Environmental science/study
    Understand key concepts from environment studies, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.
    To understand appreciate concepts and methods from renewable and non-renewable sources and their application in environmental problem solving.
    Students can acquire knowledge on ecosystem, food chain, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural system.
    Students understand critically on Bio-diversity, threats for Bio-diversity and their roles and identities as citizens, consumer and environmental actors in a complex interconnected world
    Semester-3
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-305
    Human Resource Management
    Understand the definition, objectives, function, scope, importance of human resource management
    Compare the career planning and manpower planning
    Explain the labour welfare and collective bargaining.
    Describe human resource planning and accounting
     
     
    C-306
    Income tax Law & Practice
    Understanding the concept of income tax
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from salary
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from house property
    Calculate the numerical of income from other sources
     
     
    C-307
    Management Principles & Application
    Understand the principles of business management and its scope and significance.
    Explain the process of business management and functions of business management.
    List the characteristics and the importance and planning and decision making.
    Discuss the meaning of delegation of authority and coordination and controlling
    Justify the recent traits in management.
     
     
    G-303
    Business Statistics
    Students acquire new skills on the application of statistical tools and techniques in Business decision-making, Popular Quantitative Tools used in Business, practical exposure on calculation of measures of average, correlation and regression
     
     
    SEC-302
    E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of E-Commerce and Describe the opportunities and challenges offered by E-Commerce
    Able to handle electronic payment technology and requirements for internet based payments
    Understand the categories of E-Commerce and understand the different applications of E- Commerce
    To understand and identify security issues of E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of WEB Based Business Understand the M-Commerce applications
    Semester-4
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-408
    Cost Accounting
    Understand the difference between cost accounting and financial accounting.
    Prepare the profit, reconciliation statement.
    Define job costing the process costing.
    Determine contract, and costing its elements and features and contracts costing.
    Classify normal loss and abnormal loss and normal gain and abnormal gain.
     
     
    C-409
    Business Mathematics
    On completion of this course, the students will be able Explain the concepts and use equations, formulae, and mathematical expressions and relationships in a variety of contexts.
    Apply the knowledge in mathematics (algebra, matrices, calculus) in solving business problems
    Analyze and demonstrate mathematical skills required in mathematically intensive areas in Economics and business.
     
     
    C-410
    Computer Application in Business
    To introduce the students about basics of MS-Office
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS- Word
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS-Excel
    To provide practical knowledge exposure MS- Power Point
     
     
    G-404
    Indian Economy
    On completion of the course students will be able to: Develop ideas of the basic characteristics of Indian economy, its potential on natural resources.  Understand the importance, causes and impact of population growth and its distribution, translate and relate them with economic development.
     
     
    SEC-403
    Entrepreneurship
    Enable students to understand project formulation, Entrepreneurship development, awareness on various Entrepreneurship Development Program, EDP schemes, Knowledge of entrepreneurial skills and to make the students understand the approaches to attain the goals of the business
    Semester-5
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-511
    Principles of Marketing
    Understand the principles of business management and its scope and significance.
    Explain the process of business management and functions of business management.
    List the characteristics and the importance and planning and decision making.
    Discuss the meaning of delegation of authority and coordination and controlling
    Justify the recent traits in management.
     
     
    C-512
    Financial Management
    Awareness about capital structure and theories of capital structure, cost of capital in wide aspects, dividend policies and various dividend models, working capital management.
     
     
    DSE-501
    Management Accounting
    Compare difference between cost accounting and management accounting
    Calculate the break- even point analysis
    Prepare cash budget and flexible budget
    Explain the meaning, importance and limitation of ratio analysis
    Calculate ratio, acid test ratio, inventory turnover ratio
    Prepare statement showing changes in working capital and fund show statement
     
     
    DSE-502
    Advanced Financial Accounting
    To learn about how to make accounts for banking companies, insurance companies and also how to make investment account.
    Semester-6
    B.Com. (Hons in A/F)
    C-613
    Auditing
    To introduce the concept of auditing and to enable students to understand its various aspects.
     
     
    C-614
    GST Law & Practice
    Know about importance of Indirect taxes in India and the journey of GST in India
    since the year 2004.Know about the application of GST in Tally.
    List out the accounts to be maintained as per GST laws and various returns to be filed to get the input tax credit.
    Know about the application of GST in case of businesses which are service-oriented and rates for service businesses and their application mechanism.
     Know about Application of GST in tally ERP 9, recording business transaction in relating to business transaction and other relevant areas which have to be filed by the business entity as per GST law.
    Understand the reasons behind the implementation of GST in India and its effect on all the sectors of Economy.
    Practical exposure to GST in businesses.
     
     
    DSE-601
    Security Analysis & Portfolio Mgt.
    To help them to understand security analysis
    To create an awareness about risk and return of different investments
    To enlighten the evolution of securities and derivatives
    To make them understand the investment decisions and portfolio performance
    Semester-1
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt.)
    C-101
    Financial Accounting (6 Credit)
    On successful completion of this course the student is enabled with the Knowledge, in the practical applications of accounting, learn principles and concepts of Accountancy, basic concepts of Partnership Accounting, company accounts etc.
     
     
    C-102
    Business Law
    Aware of various laws relating to the business laws, meaning, evaluation, significance identify the law relating to sell of goods acts 1930, the Indian partnership act 1932.
    Determining law relating to negotiable instrument act 1881.
    Understanding the law relating to the consumer protection act 1986 information technology act 2000 and cyber law.
     
     
    G-101
    Micro Economics
    Understand the nature and scope of the business economics and their responsibilities.
    Describe the law of the demand and Giffens paradox and methods of demands for costing.
    Evaluate the concept of production function and law of variable proportions and isoquant curves.
    Design the theory of the population and the criticise it.
    Describe law of the supply and its criticism and evaluate concept of cost
    Write down the theory of the revenue.
     
     
    AE-101
    Communicative English
    At the completion of the course the learner will be able to: develop vocabulary and improve the accuracy in grammar. produce words with right pronunciation. Improve LSRW- listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and the related sub-skills.
     
     
    AE-102
    MIL/Alt.English
    This course is focused on developing communicative competence in English with knowledge of the building blocks of grammar, usage and vocabulary. Core competencies in reading and thinking are sought be encouraged through suitable reading content in prose form. Similarly writing activities and language exercises are provided to facilitate absorption of the rules of syntax and etiquettes of style
    Semester-2
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt.)
    C-203
    Corporate Accounting
    Enabling the students to understand the features of Shares and Debentures.
    Develop an understanding about the redemption of shares and debentures.
    To give an exposure to the company final accounts.
    Students can get an idea about internal reconstruction
     
     
    C-204
    Corporate Law
    Understand the background of the new company act 2013 and explain kinds of company.
    Define memorandum of association and articles of association.
    Determine private placement and prospectus and misrepresentation in prospectus.
    Write the meaning and nature of capital share and capital.
    Identify the difference between share and debenture and owned capital and debt capital.
    Explain membership in a company and its procedure and analyze the meaning of directors and concepts.
     
     
    G-202
    Macro Economics
    Understand the nature and scope of the business economics and their responsibilities.
    Describe the law of the demand and Giffens paradox and methods of demands for costing.
    Evaluate the concept of production function and law of variable proportions and isoquant curves.
    Design the theory of the population and the criticize it.
    Describe law of the supply and its criticism and evaluate concept of cost
    Write down the theory of the revenue.
        AE-202 Environmental science/study
    Understand key concepts from environment studies, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.
    To understand appreciate concepts and methods from renewable and non-renewable sources and their application in environmental problem solving.
    Students can acquire knowledge on ecosystem, food chain, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural system.
    Semester-3
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt. )
    C-305
    Human Resource Management
    Understand the definition, objectives, function, scope, importance of human resource management
    Compare the career planning and manpower planning
    Explain the labour welfare and collective bargaining.
    Describe human resource planning and accounting
     
     
    C-306
    Income tax Law & Practice
    Understanding the concept of income tax
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from salary
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from house property
    Calculate the numerical of income from other sources
     
     
    C-307
    Management Principles & Application
    Understand the principles of business management and its scope and significance.
    Explain the process of business management and functions of business management.
    List the characteristics and the importance and planning and decision making.
    Discuss the meaning of delegation of authority and coordination and controlling
    Justify the recent traits in management.
     
     
    G-303
    Business Statistics
    Students acquire new skills on the application of statistical tools and techniques in Business decision-making, Popular Quantitative Tools used in Business, practical exposure on calculation of measures of average, correlation and regression
     
     
    SEC-302
    E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of E-Commerce and Describe the opportunities and challenges offered by E-Commerce
    Able to handle electronic payment technology and requirements for internet based payments
    Understand the categories of E-Commerce and understand the different applications of E- Commerce
    To understand and identify security issues of E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of WEB Based Business Understand the M-Commerce applications
    Semester-4
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt)
    C-408
    Cost Accounting
    Understand the difference between cost accounting and financial accounting
    Prepare the profit, reconciliation statement
    Define job costing the process costing
    Determine contract, and costing its elements and features and contracts costing
    Classify normal loss and abnormal loss and normal gain and abnormal gain.
     
     
    C-409
    Business Mathematics
    On completion of this course, the students will be able Explain the concepts and use equations, formulae, and mathematical expressions and relationships in a variety of contexts.
    Apply the knowledge in mathematics (algebra, matrices, calculus) in solving business problems
    Analyze and demonstrate mathematical skills required in mathematically intensive areas in Economics and business.
        C-410 Computer Application in Business
    To introduce the students about basics of MS-Office
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS- Word
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS-Excel
    To provide practical knowledge exposure MS- Power Point
     
     
    G-404
    Indian Economy
    On completion of the course students will be able to: Develop ideas of the basic characteristics of Indian economy, its potential on natural resources.  Understand the importance, causes and impact of population growth and its distribution, translate and relate them with economic development.
     
     
    SEC-403
    Entrepreneurship
    Enable students to understand project formulation, Entrepreneurship development, awareness on various Entrepreneurship Development Programme, EDP schemes, knowledge of entrepreneurial skills and to make the students understand the approaches to attain the goals of the business
    Semester-5
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt.)
    C-511
    Principles of Marketing
    Gain idea about marketing and its functions, consumer behavior, product and its classifications, pricing policies
     
     
    C-512
    Financial Management
    Awareness about capital structure and theories of capital structure, cost of capital in wide aspects, dividend policies and various dividend models, working capital management.
     
     
    DSE-501
    Consumer Behaviour
    To identify the major influences in consumer behaviour, distinguish between different consumer behaviour and their relationships. Establish the relevance of consumer behaviour theories in marketing decisions.
     
     
    DSE-502
    Retail Management
    To learn about retail supply chain, success in retail business, marketing of a super brand, retail strategy and supply chain, retail pricing, store layout etc.
    Semester-6
    B.Com. (Hons in Mkt.)
    C-613
    Auditing
    To introduce the concept of auditing and to enable students to understand its various aspects.
     
     
    C-614
    GST Law & Practice
    Know about importance of Indirect taxes in India and the journey of GST in India
    since the year 2004.Know about the application of GST in Tally.
    List out the accounts to be maintained as per GST laws and various returns to be filed to get the input tax credit.
    Know about the application of GST in case of businesses which are service-oriented and rates for service businesses and their application mechanism.
     Know about Application of GST in tally ERP 9, recording business transaction in relating to business transaction and other relevant areas which have to be filed by the business entity as per GST law.
    Understand the reasons behind the implementation of GST in India and its effect on all the sectors of Economy.
    Practical exposure to GST in businesses.
     
     
    DSE-601
    Service Marketing
    At the end of this course, students would be able to:
    Understand the Concept of Services and intangible products.
    Discuss the relevance of the services Industry to Industry .
    Analyse the role and relevance of Quality in Services.
    Visualise future changes in the Services Industry
     
     
    DSE-602
    Advertising Management
    The course aims at imparting knowledge on Marketing Management from the perspective of Marketing Communications. It explains the fundamentals of Marketing and emphasizes on Consumer Behaviour and the elements of Marketing Mix: Product, Price, Place and Promotion, their nature, characteristics, scope and strategies. Advertising which includes its objectives, classification, creative aspect, role in the economy and society, functions of the advertising agency and department, media strategies. Detailed study on Personal Selling, Sales Promotion, Public Relations, Sales Force Management and Integrated Marketing Communication has considerable detailing in the course.
     
    B.COM COURSE CBCS(NON-HONOURS)
    Semester-1
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    CC-101
    General English
    This course is focused on developing communicative competence in English with knowledge of the building blocks of grammar, usage and vocabulary. Core competencies in reading and thinking are sought be encouraged through suitable reading content in prose form. Similarly writing activities and language exercises are provided to facilitate absorption of the rules of syntax and etiquettes of style
     
     
    CC-102
    Financial Accounting
    On successful completion of this course the student is enabled with the Knowledge, in the practical applications of accounting, learn principles and concepts of Accountancy, basic concepts of Partnership Accounting, company accounts etc.
     
     
    CC-103
    Business Organization & Mgt.
    Identify the meaning of the sole partnership one Person Company, private company and Joint Stock Company. Justify the function of the organization, principles of the organization and the types of the organization. Compose internal consistence of the business organizations and key managerial personal(KMP). Summaries the qualities powers responsibilities of chairman and chief executive officer.
     
     
    AEC-101
    Multi Disciplinary Course
    To gain knowledge on various subjects relating to commerce.
    Semester-2
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    CC-201
    Communicative English
    At the completion of the course the learner will be able to: develop vocabulary and improve the accuracy in grammar. produce words with right pronunciation. Improve LSRW- listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and the related sub-skills.
     
     
    CC-202
    Business Law
    Aware of various laws relating to the business laws, meaning, evaluation, significance
    Identify the law relating to sell of goods acts 1930, the Indian partnership act 1932.
    Determining law relating to negotiable instrument act 1881.
    Understanding the law relating to the consumer protection act 1986 information technology act 2000 and cyber law.
     
     
    CC-203
    Business Maths & Statistics
    On completion of this course, the students will be able Explain the concepts and use equations, formulae, and mathematical expressions and relationships in a variety of contexts.
    Apply the knowledge in mathematics (algebra, matrices, calculus) in solving business problems
    Analyze and demonstrate mathematical skills required in mathematically intensive areas in Economics and business.
     
     
    AEC-201
    Environmental science
    Understand key concepts from environment studies, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.
    To understand appreciate concepts and methods from renewable and non-renewable sources and their application in environmental problem solving.
    Students can acquire knowledge on ecosystem, food chain, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural system.
    Semester-3
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    CC-301
    MIL/Alt.Eng.
    This course is focused on developing communicative competence in English with knowledge of the building blocks of grammar, usage and vocabulary. Core competencies in reading and thinking are sought be encouraged through suitable reading content in prose form. Similarly writing activities and language exercises are provided to facilitate absorption of the rules of syntax and etiquettes of style.
     
     
    CC-302
    Company Law
    Understand the background of the new company act 2013 and explain kinds of company.
    Define memorandum of association and articles of association.
    Determine private placement and prospectus and misrepresentation in prospectus.
    Learn the meaning and nature of capital share and capital.
    Identify the difference between share and debenture and owned capital and debt capital.
    Explain membership in a company and its procedure and analyze the meaning of directors and concepts.
     
     
    CC-303
    Income tax law & Practice
    Understanding the concept of income tax
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from salary
    Solve a numerical under the head of income from house property
    Calculate the numerical of income from other sources
     
     
    SEC-301
    Computer Application in Business
    To introduce the students about basics of MS-Office
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS- Word
    To provide practical knowledge exposure to MS-Excel
    To provide practical knowledge exposure MS- Power Point
    Semester-4
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    CC-401
    MIL/ Alternative Eng.
    This course is focused on developing communicative competence in English with knowledge of the building blocks of grammar, usage and vocabulary. Core competencies in reading and thinking are sought be encouraged through suitable reading content in prose form. Similarly writing activities and language exercises are provided to facilitate absorption of the rules of syntax and etiquettes of style.
     
     
    CC-402
    Corporate Accounting
    Enabling the students to understand the features of Shares and Debentures.
    Develop an understanding about the redemption of shares and debentures.
    To give an exposure to the company final accounts.
    Students can get an idea about internal reconstruction
     
     
    CC-403
    Cost Accounting
    Understand the difference between cost accounting and financial accounting
    Prepare the profit, reconciliation statement
    Define job costing the process costing
    Determine contract, and costing its elements and features and contracts costing. Classify normal loss and abnormal loss and normal gain and abnormal gain.
     
     
    SEC-401
    E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of E-Commerce and Describe the opportunities and challenges offered by E-Commerce
    Able to handle electronic payment technology and requirements for internet based payments
    Understand the categories of E-Commerce and understand the different applications of E- Commerce
    To understand and identify security issues of E-Commerce
    Understand the concept of WEB Based Business Understand the M-Commerce applications
    Semester-5
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    SEC-501
    Entreprenureship-II
    The main objective of this course is develop entrepreneurial abilities by providing background information about support systems , skill sets , financial and risk covering institutions and other for building an enterprise so that future budding entrepreneurs can make right decisions for starting and running a venture.
     
     
    GEC-501
    Principles of Micro Economics
    Understand the nature and scope of the business economics and their responsibilities.
    Describe the law of the demand and Giffens paradox and methods of demands for costing.
    Evaluate the concept of production function and law of variable proportions and isoquant curves.
    Design the theory of the population and the criticise it.
    Describe law of the supply and its criticism and evaluate concept of cost
    Write down the theory of the revenue.
     
     
    DSE-501
    Management A/C/ Consumer Behavior
    Compare difference between cost accounting and management accounting
    Calculate the break- even point analysis
    Prepare cash budget and flexible budget
    Explain the meaning, importance and limitation of ratio analysis
    Calculate ratio, acid test ratio, inventory turnover ratio
    Prepare statement showing changes in working capital and fund show statement
     
     
    DSE-502
    Adv. Financial A/C/Retail Mgt.
    To learn about how to make accounts for banking companies, insurance companies and also how to make investment account.
    Semester-6
    B Com (Non-Hons.)
    SEC-601
    Personal Selling & Salesmanship
    At the end of the course, students should be able to:
    Understand the concept of personal selling and related terms.
    An in-depth understanding to various stages in selling process and the catalytic role of sales person in the effective functioning of an organization.
    Learn some of the tools and techniques of selling process.
     
     
    GEC-601
    Indian Economy
    On completion of the course students will be able to: Develop ideas of the basic characteristics of Indian economy, its potential on natural resources.  Understand the importance, causes and impact of population growth and its distribution, translate and relate them with economic development.
     
     
    DSE-601
    Security Analysis & Portfolio Mgt/Service Marketing
    To help them to understand security analysis
    To create an awareness about risk and return of different investments
    To enlighten the evolution of securities and derivatives
    To make them understand the investment decisions and portfolio performance
     
     
    DSE-602
    FSA/ Advertising & Sales Promotion
    Financial Statement Analysis
    To gain knowledge about analysis of financial statement, Significance, Types and Limitation of Financial Statements.
    To know about the Ratio Analysis - Classification of Ratios, Advantages and its limitation. Profitability Ratio, Solvency Ratio, Activity Ratio, Profit and Loss Account Ratio, Balance sheet and Composite Ratios.
    To learn about concept of Financial Reporting, Reporting of Corporate Social Responsibility, Reporting of Corporate Governance, Status of Corporate Reporting in India.
    To Financial reporting by banks and NBFCs and Insurance Companies; RBI guidelines relating to Financial reporting by banks and NBFCs.
    Sales Promotion
    The course aims at imparting knowledge on Marketing Management from the perspective of Marketing Communications. It explains the fundamentals of Marketing and emphasizes on Consumer Behaviour and the elements of Marketing Mix: Product, Price, Place and Promotion, their nature, characteristics, scope and strategies. The concepts of segmenting, Targeting and Positioning are also described along with the ethical and social responsibility issues that marketing must address. The course helps to develop an understanding on the various aspects Advertising which includes its objectives, classification, creative aspect, role in the economy and society, functions of the advertising agency and department, media strategies. Detailed study on Personal Selling, Sales Promotion, Public Relations, Sales Force Management and Integrated Marketing Communication has considerable detailing in the course.
  • ECONOMICS

    Programme Outcomes
    The students after completion of BA programme in economics will develop understanding of the basic concepts and various principles of economics. Students will develop in themselves the capability of critical way of thinking of economic matters. They will be able to analyze economic behavior in practical field. They will have effective communication skill for clearly expressing economic matters with others. Through the use of   mathematical and statistical tools they can resolve any issue of economics very clearly and scientifically. The students can employment in various specific services of Banking, Statistics, Planning etc. in State as well as Central Government departments.
    Programme Specific Outcomes
    Students of Economics in general will be able to identify and understand the past, present and forecast future economic conditions of the country. Through these knowledges, they can easily guess the outcomes of different policies and programmes adopted by the Government and other agencies in times. They are equipped with the techniques to find solution of the problem like mobilization of manpower and materials available in the country.
       The Undergraduate programme under CBCS structure contains the fields like statistics, mathematics and economic principles, it enhances them to compute and assess the real situation of the economy including the size and changes of population, income pattern, nature and extent of employment, rate of development and pattern of savings and investments, changing economic policies internally and externally
        Basically, economic graduates are familiar with the knowledge and application of microeconomics and macroeconomics for the formulation of policies and planning.  They are equipped with all the relevant tools/knowledge based on economic principles including market functions and structures, efficiency in manpower and resources management, need of credit/ finance for initiating and accelerating projects.
        Students have the knowledge of the three like product markets, money markets and capital markets and understand their functioning.  
    Course Outcomes
    The courses are designed to expose the students to the basic principles of microeconomic and macroeconomic theories. The emphasis will be on thinking like an economist and the course will illustrate how micro and macro economic concepts can be applied to analyze real life situations. The objective of transmitting the body of basic mathematics into economics is to enable the students in solving any problem of economics easily using mathematical tools. Moreover, the courses on statistics and econometrics set out in this syllabus provide the students with a background to understand and analyze different chance phenomenon arising in different spheres of life and work.  In the course, particular economic models are not the ends but the means for illustrating the methods of applying mathematical techniques to economic theory in general. The course aims to introduce the students  the basic concepts of macroeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with the aggregate economy. This course discusses the various concepts associated with the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variables like savings, investments, GDP, money, inflation and balance of payments etc. The other courses like Indian Economy, Development Economics, International Economics, Public Economics are there not only to acquaint the students about all branches of economics but also to guide them throughout the life in educating as well as facing every practical situation in the society. 
  • EDUCATION

    Programme outcome:
    After successful completion of three-year degree program in Education a student is able to:
    1. To understand the role of philosophy in education and explain the basic tenants of the Indian and Western Philosophies and their influences in Education. 
    2. Explain different Political Ideologies and their bearings on Education.
    3. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education.
    4. To understand the types of management and modern trends of educational management.
    5. Appreciate the contribution of the philosophers in the domain of education.
    6. Apply statistics in measurement and evaluation in education.
    7. Evaluate the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commissions and committees.
    8. Explain the meaning and definition, nature, scope and purpose of comparative education.
    9. Describe the recent educational developments in India.
    10. Understand the gender biases and gender inequality in family, school and society.
    Program Specific Outcome:
    1. Demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom.
    2. Integrate the teaching skills in real classroom situations.
    3. Prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Practice teaching.
    4.Proficiency to conduct psychological experiments.
    5. Understand the education system of U.K, U.S.A, Japan and India.
    6. Understand the importance of individual differences in teaching and learning.
    7. Understand the importance of mental health and mental hygiene.
    8. Apply ICT in teaching learning.
    9. Integrate yoga in their day-to-day lives for holistic health.
    10. Identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels.
     
    Course Outcomes for Education Core (Honours)
     
    Course code and title
    Course Outcome
                                                           SEMESTER - I             
    EDNH101: Core course I
    PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
    1. describe the modern concept, aims, functions and role of education.
    2. describe the role of Philosophy in Education.
    3. explain the basic tenants of the given Indian and Western Philosophies and their influence in Education.
    4. appraise the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education.
    EDNH102: SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
    1. Explain the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology.
     2. Illustrate Social Aspects, Social Processes and role of Education.
     3. Explain the role of Education in Social Change and Development.
     4. Describe various Social Groups and their Education
                                                         
    SEMESTER II
    EDNH201: PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
    1. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education.
    2. Explain the influence of growth and development in education.
    3. Describe the meaning, concept, variables, types and theories of learning.
     4. Discuss the concept and theories of intelligence and creativity.
    5. Explain the meaning, concept, factors and theories of personality.
     6. Describe the concepts of mental health and mental hygiene, measures of mental health in school.
    EDNH202: EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
    1. define the concept of Educational Management.
    2. describe the types of management and modern trends of educational management.
     3. define the concept of educational leadership 4. explain the principles of educational leadership
     5. describe the styles of leadership and its implication in educational leadership.
     6. define the concept of educational planning and its importance
    7. analyze the role and importance of educational supervision
    8. suggest measures to ensure quality in educational management.
                                                
    SEMESTER III
    EDNH301: GREAT EDUCATORS AND EDUCATIONAL THOUGHTS
    1. Describe the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education
     2. Explain the relevance of the educational thought of the given philosophers
    EDNH302: MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN EDUCATION
    1. Explain the meaning, nature, scope, need and types of measurement and evaluation in education.
    2. Describe the meaning of psychological tests, their characteristics and process of construction. 
    3. Describe some specific tools to measure achievement, intelligence, personality and aptitude.
     4. Describe the meaning and nature of different statistical measures.
     5. Use statistics in measurement and evaluation in education
    EDNH303: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY AND LABORATORY PRACTICAL
    1. explain the concept, scope and need of Experimental psychology.
    2. conduct and report of psychological experiments.
     3. describe the meaning and nature of memory, Immediate memory, memory span and its related practical.
    4. explain the concept of attention, span of attention and its related practical.
    5. explain the concept, theories and methods of learning and its related practical.
     6. state the concept of personality, different techniques of personality testing and its related practical.
    7. state the concept of intelligence, historical background of intelligence testing and its related practica
                                          
     SEMESTER IV
    EDNH401: EDUCATION IN PRE-INDEPENDENT INDIA
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
     1. explain the concept of education in the context of Indian heritage.
    2. describe the education in ancient India, particularly Vedic Education and Buddhist Education.
     3. critically examine the education system in Medieval India.
    4. evaluate the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commissions and committees.
    EDNH402: Techniques of Teaching
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
    1. explain the meaning and nature of teaching.
    2. describe the principles of teaching and learning.
     3. describe the role of teacher at different phases of teaching.
     4. explain the importance of planning lessons in teaching-learning process.
     5. describe the concept of teaching skills and the stages of microteaching cycle.
    6. state the objectives of teaching different subjects in Elementary and Secondary levels.
    7. describe different methods and approaches of teaching
    EDNH4020: Teaching Practice
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
    1. demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom.
    2. integrate the teaching skills in real classroom situations. 3. prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Practice teaching.
    ENH403: Educational Technology
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
     1. describe the concept, nature and components of Educational Technology
    2. distinguish between educational technology and Instructional Technology
    3. apply ICT in teaching learning
    4. describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication
     5. demonstrate the skills of effective communication
    6. apply Models of teaching, personalized system of instruction, programmed learning in teaching learning.
                                                           
    SEMESTER V
    EDNH501: EDUCATION IN POST-INDEPENDENT INDIA
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
    1. describe the educational scenario at the time of Independence
    2. explain the roles of various Commissions and Committees in the development of education in post independent India.
     3. describe the recent educational developments in India
    EDNH502: EDUCATION IN WORLD PERSPECTIVE
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to :
    2. describe the factors influencing in national system of education.
    3. describe the methods of comparative education.
     4. explain the organization, administration, objectives and examination systems of the countries.
    5. describe the vocational and teacher education of different countries, especially UK, USA, India and Japan.
    6. explain the open education in world perspective.
    DSEED501 / GEED101: GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
    : On completion of the course, the students will be able to :
    1. describe meaning, nature, purpose and scope of guidance and counselling.
    2. describe the characteristics and functions of guidance and counselling.
    3. state the basic principles of guidance and counselling.
     4. explain the types and areas of guidance and counselling.
     5. use various tools and techniques of guidance in appropriate context.
    6. explain the qualities and role of a counsellor.
    DSEED504 / GEED302: MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to :
     1. explain the need and importance of understanding the concepts of mental health and hygiene in the emerging society.
     2. empathize with people having psychological and maladjustment problems.
     3. describe the role of different agencies of society and their impacts on the development of an individual’s personality.
    4. describe the various components of positive psychology and its significance in the teaching learning processes.
                                                        
                                                        
    SEMESTER VI
    EDNH601 : Emerging trends in Indian Education
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to
     1. explain the need of constitutional provisions for education, and the role of constitution in equalizing educational opportunities in the diverse Indian Society.
    2. identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these.
     3. define the new perspectives of education such as Environmental education, Inclusive education, Gender education, Inclusive education, Adult education, Human right education, Value education, population education etc.
    4. critically examine and evaluate the initiatives taken by Government of India through various plans and policies to counter the challenges of Indian education.
    5. explain the political influences on the national education system.
    6. analyze the role of international agencies in development of education
    EDNH602 : Child & Adolescent Psychology
    On completion of the Course, students will be able to:
    1. explain the significance of a study of childhood and adolescence today.
    2. describe the developmental changes of childhood and adolescence.
    3. summarize the effect of family dynamics on child and adolescent development
     4. explain the significance of the role of society in monitoring and guiding young children in their proper development.
    DSEED601: Human Rights Education
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
    1. explain the meaning, definition, nature, scope, theories and constitutional perspectives of human rights.
    2. describe the concept, objectives, principles, need and curriculum, of human rights education.
     3. describe methods and activities of teaching human right education.
    4. describe the factors promoting human right education.
    5. describe the basics of human rights education i.e. societal, political, regionalism and limitations of its
    6. explain the role of different agencies of human rights education.
    DSEED603: Gender & Education
    On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
     1. explain the meaning and nature of gender and its related terms. 2. describe the gender biases and gender inequality in family, school and society.
    3. Describe the gender issues related to school education.
     4. Analyse the laws and policies related to gender equality.

  • ENGLISH

    PROGRAMME OUTCOME:
    The syllabus of English Communication covers the fundamentals and tools of communication theory and its different models. All the four skills of language i.e, Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Skills are also emphasized with the practical implementation techniques in everyday life and communication. In the context of rapid globalization and increasing recognition of social and cultural arena, communication is gaining its importance day by day. The present course, keeping in mind these requirements, is designed with some interactive mode of teaching-learning process thereby addressing different dimensions of Communication Skills. Some of these are- Language Communication, personal communication, social communication, communication in professional situations like facing interviews, group discussion and office envirionment. Different aspects of reading and writing skills are also expected to develop as such.
     
    PROGRAME SPECIFIC OUTCOME
    • Learners will become accomplished readers and develop interest for critical close reading of the prescribed texts.
    • Students will develop effective writing skills for a variety of literary and professional
    contents and validate the ability for grammatical and stylistic clarity.
    • Learners will develop the ability to extract and convey information and communicate
    ideas logically.
    • Practical implantation of different techniques of reading skills-skimming, scanning and SQ3R technique of reading.
    COURSE OUTCOME:
    The course enhances the effectiveness of skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. The correct usage of grammar and vocabulary is a part of different drillings and execrcises. In terms of fluency and proficiency of speaking English students will be able to cater different need of everyday communication. There is also a scope of understanding and appreciation of language use as a cultural practice.
                                                   
    COURSE CODE: 10320
    AECC 2: ALTERANATIVE ENGLISH (SEMESTER 1)
    CREDIT ASSIGNED: 2 CREDITS
    PROGRAMME OUTCOME:
    This course introduces the learners with some of the representative texts of different genres of English Literature, most specifically prose and short stories in western literary and cultural compositions with the inclusion of Indian English Literature. The emphasis is on enhancing knowledge and understanding of diverse texts from both East and West.
    PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME:
    • Interpretation of genres of literature namely prose and short stories.
    • Understanding of human experiences in different cultural and social milieu.
    • Thinking critically and practicing writing in different genres which will enhance their thought process as well as cognitive understanding of language.
    • Exposing them to a wide range of writings from West and East with emphasis on writers from India as well as north east
    • Appreciating the diverse ideas presented by the writers.
    COURSE OUTCOME:
    After completion of this course students will be able to interpret genres of literature namely-prose and short stories more accurately. Prose is non-fictional and short story is fictional mode of writing in English. They will be able to understand cultural practices of both- the West and the East. It will broaden their perspective to accommodate disparate ideologies that operate in different spaces on account of cultural differences.   
     
    CORE COURSE-I (GENERAL ENGLISH)
    B.A./B.COM 1ST SEMESTER (NON-HONOURS)
    CREDIT ASSIGNED: 6 CREDITS
    PROGRAMME OUTCOME:
    The syllabus of General English incorporated in the book titled, Writing Skills I, deals with the various aspects associated with communication and writing skills for better written communication. It emphasizes on helping the readers to develop their written communicative skills. It aims at reopening the nuances of writing skills for the learners in order to serve both their academic and non-academic purposes. The syllabus is designed to enable the learners to express their ideas and thoughts in a comprehensible manner in the written form. It involves Diary-Entry, Paragraph-writing, Note-making and Summary-writing, Letter Writing, CV/Resume Writing, Book and Film Reviews dealing with the day-to-day activities involving strong writing and communication skills.
    PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME:
    • It will enhance the writing skills of the learners for both academic and non-academic purposes.
    • It will improve the communicative abilities of the learners in the written form.
    • It will enable the learners to become more comprehensible in the written form of communication.
    • It will enable them to execute their ideas and express their thoughts, feelings and opinion effectively and unambiguously.
    COURSE OUTCOME:
    The course fulfills the spontaneous need of the learners to write correctly and effectively. It would facilitate them to write grammatically correct English with the correct usage of spellings and vocabulary. It would basically develop the English writing skills of the learners for everyday written communication. Keeping in view the indispensible need of writing good English, the course, thus, offers with general writing activities which would help the learners in their future endeavors.

     

     
                                   
     
     
     
  • GEOLOGY

     
    Program Outcome: 
    • Geology is basically defined as the study of earth science. Its main aim is to understand the planet Geology. It is the study of genesis and evolution of rocks and minerals which includes the study of various landforms and many other geological activities that occur on the earth surface.
    • It’s a medium to discovery of different natural resources which actually contributes to a countries’ economic, industrial and political sector in a large extent.
    • Geology study demonstrates the geological history of the earth by studying the present geological exposure.
    • Its study confirms the location of the various mineral resources and rocks in the earth surface.
    • A schematic history of the origin, sequence and age of the earth landforms can be designed via different aspects of geological field study.
    Program Specific Outcome
    • Study of Geology can lead to a prospective career in various public and private sectors.
    • The most possible profession can be classified as the Research and Academic sector of Geology and another is the Industrial sector which can be further organised into mining and oil sector.
    • Geology is always an evolving subject generating new perspectives of research on a regular basis.
    • Oil and Gas industries growth and prosperity is determined by its backbone i.e. the subsurface geology learning and field investigation
    • Numerous economically viable ore minerals can be located and mined through a detail geological study.
    • Every civil construction’s strength and durability need to be resolved and authenticated   with primary and reconnaissance geological study and mapping of the area prior to the final stage of manufacturing of various civil structures.
    • Hydro-geology study  warranties the standard  quality of drinking water for the people  and pumping and distribution of natural aquifers for the specific use of Industrial and agricultural sectors.
     
    Course Outcome
    1st Semester Honours:
    C1 Earth System Science
    Earth system science programme aims to explore, understand, communicate and teach the earth as a planet, its complex processes, past and future evolution and interaction with society. In short language, it provides integrated understanding of the earth system. It also deals with complex interaction among lithosphere, biosphere and atmosphere.
    C-2: Crystallography and Mineralogy
    Use and utility of mineral science in industry is learnt from this subject. In crystallography, one can find how to determine the arrangement of atoms in the crystalline solids and in mineralogy, one can know in detail about the minerals, the basic building blocks of earth material.
    1st semester Generic
    Generic Elective: GE-1: Introduction to Geology
    The Science of geology is dedicated for the study of earth and deals with all the features of earth’s surface along with their origin, composition, structure and inhabitants of the earth.

    Generic Elective: GE-1: Rocks and Minerals
    Deals with the study of the basics of rocks and minerals of the earth, its definition, properties, structure, composition, types and occurrences with basic knowledge of optical mineralogy and its classification and rock-cycle interactions (plate tectonics and climate)

    Generic Elective: GE-1: Physics and Chemistry of Earth
    Impart knowledge about the physical features of the earth surfaces and the physical properties of the earth’s interior. Deals geochemistry of the earth with study of the elements of earth and solar system, element classification, abundance, application and its impact on environment
    2ndSemester: Geology
    Core Course: C-3: Geochemistry & Optical Mineralogy
    Geochemistry helps in understanding the compositional heterogeneity and geochemical processes that take place in the earth. It is the basic tool used in the geochemical exploration of economic mineral deposits. The knowledge of optical mineralogy is very important for identification of minerals and ores.

    Core Course: C-4: Structural Geology and Tectonics
    The primary goal of structural geology is to uncover the history of deformation in the rocks. The deformation of the lithospheric rocks by tectonic forces can be learnt through this subject. Structural geology also helps to understand the
    geodynamics of regional to global dimension. Structural control on ore localization and landscape evolution are learnt through this subject. Application of structural geology in the engineering geology project is enormous.
    2ndSemester: Geology
    Generic Elective: GE-2: Palaeontology
    Paleontology deals with identification, classification and taxonomic description of past life forms as fossils. It aids in the reconstruction of paleoclimate, paleo bathymetry and paleogeography. It is very much used as a tool of hydrocarbon exploration.

    Generic Elective: GE-2: Earth Resources\
    Aims to study the various resources of the earth with its historical perspective and present status. Deals with the energy sources and types and power generation.

    Generic Elective: GE-2: Earth Surface Processes
    Study of various surfaces processes which shape the earth surface. Imparts knowledge about the flow and changes of the energy and interrelation of the various processes, its controlling factors and its cause and effect relationship.
    3rd Semester: Geology
    Core Course: C-5: Igneous Petrology
    The primary objective of learning igneous petrology is to understand the process of magma generation, evolution and volcanism. This subject also deals with interaction of plate tectonics, magma generation and ore localization.

    Core Course: C-6: Sedimentary Petrology
    The major objective of learning sedimentary petrology is to know the processesof formation of sediments and their transformation to sedimentary rock as well as their characteristics and classifications

    Core Course: C-7: Metamorphic Petrology          
    Metamorphic petrology deals with the dynamic processes of the earth that has affected the pre existing rocks. This subject also helps us to understand ore localization and genesis.
    3rdSemester: Geology
    Generic Elective: GE-3: Structural Geology and Tectonics
    The primary goal of structural geology is to uncover the history of deformation in the rocks. The deformation of the lithospheric rocks by tectonic forces can be learned through this subject. Structural geology also helps to understand the geodynamics of regional to global dimension

    Generic Elective: GE-3: Fossils and Their Applications
    Aims to study the basics of the fossil, various fossil groups and species to be familiar with the past phenomenon of the earth environment and imparts the knowledge of its application and societal importance.

    Generic Elective: GE-3: Martian Geology
    To study the geology of the Mars Planet, its history, evolution, characteristics, atmosphere, hydrosphere, surfacial processes and its similarity with earth’s surface processe

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-1: Basic Field Training
    The purpose of basic field mapping is the skill enhancement to enable us the basic field techniques and procedures

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-1: Geological Mapping
    Geological mapping deals with use of the different instruments and techniques in the field and enhance the skill of understanding the earth through measurement, plotting, sketching, correlating etc.

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-1: Economic Geology Fieldwork
    Provides practical knowledge about different mineral deposits, formations, occurrences and their mining methods and enhance the skill of understanding the minerals deposits through mapping and surveying

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-1: Himalayan Geology Fieldwor
    Practical experience of complex terrane of the Himalaya through field traverse along the selected transect and enhance the skill of one to identify the different signatures to differentiate structural elements of the area
    4thSemester: Geology
    Core Course: C-8: Paleontology
    Paleontology deals with identification, classification and taxonomic description of past life forms as fossils. It aids in the reconstruction of paleoclimate, paleo bathymetry and paleogeography.It is very much used as a tool of hydrocarbon exploration.

    Core Course: C-9: Stratigraphic Principles and Indian Stratigraphy
    The principles of stratigraphy help us to understand the order of superposition of rocks in space and time. Indian stratigraphy helps us to know distribution of different stratigraphic horizons in India and their significances.

    Core Course: C-10: Hydrogeology and Oceanography
    Hydrogeology deals with hydrogeologic cycle, occurrences, movement and distribution of groundwater in different regions and its utility. Oceanography deals with origin, distribution and chemistry of sea water as well as marine flora and fauna, effect of ocean currents and controls on climatic cycles.
    4thSemester: Geology
    Generic Elective: GE-4: Geomorphology, Remote Sensing and GIS
    Geomorphology is the scientific study of the origin and evolution of landforms and bathymetric features created by physical, chemical or biological processes operating at or near the Earth's surface. Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with them. Remote sensing and GIS are used as tools for geological investigation and various other purposes.

    Generic Elective: GE-4: Geomorphology, Remote Sensing and GIS
    Imparts the knowledge about the soil of the past and the present, its forming processes and classification

    Generic Elective: GE-4: Studies on Cryosphere
    Cryosphere is all about the study of frozen water part of the Earth system. Subject deals with basic concept of Cryosphere, terrestrial and Marine Cryosphere, their formation and characteristics

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-2: Precambrian Geology Fieldwork
    Field work at the Precambrian terrain for better understanding of the Precambrian basins and enhance the skill of field techniques.

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-2: Visit to Engineering Project sites
    Field visit to engineering project site and enhance the knowledge of geological mapping, various geotechnical and environmental aspects (problems and solutions), enhancing the skill to understand the engineering structures and its potential and probable disaster.

    Skill Enhancement Course: SEC-2: Stratigraphy and palaeontology Fieldwork
    Field work with documentation to understand the detail stratigraphy of the area, enhancing the skill of collecting data, sample collecting techniques and their description and representation.
    5thSemester: Geology
    Core Course: C-11: Surveying and Engineering Geology
    Surveying andEngineering geology provides geological and geotechnical recommendations, analysis, and design associated with human development and various types of civil structural construction.

    Core Course: C-12: Geomorphology
    Geomorphology is the scientific study of the origin and evolution of landscapes and bathymetric features created by physical, chemical or biological processe operating at or near the Earth's surface.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-1: Oceanography
    ims to study the mineral resources of the earth, its prospect, reserve estimation and different exploration technique.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-1: Fuel Geology
    Study of origin, classification, composition, occurrence, accumulation and habitat of fossil fuels especially Coal and Petroleum with few other fuels.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-2: River Science
    Deals in the study of the river system, its basin, drainage network, hydrology, its diversity in space and time, different channel processes and evolution of th landscape and its associated hazards and management.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-2: Surveying and Mapping
    Main objective is to impart knowledge on various field based techniquessurveying, mapping and profile sections. Aims on the study of their principles, their history and development, instrument and techniques and their applications.
    6thSemester: Geology
    Core Course: C-13: Economic Geology, Coal and Petroleum
    Economic geology is the study of the formation and extraction of earth materials that have economic potential in the society. It helps us to understand the genesis, occurrences and distribution of mineral resources and its uses a raw material in mineral based industries.

    Core Course: C-14: Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS
    Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with them. Remote sensing and GIS are used as tools for geological investigation and various other purposes.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-3: Introduction to Geophysics
    Use of the physics in understanding the geodynamic features of the earth. Aims to study different types of the geophysical methods, integrated geophysical methods its anomalies and application.

    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-3: Geology of North East India
    Aims to impart the knowledge about the Geology of the North east India, its physiographical and stratigraphical overview, understanding of the different geological features, occurrences of different economic minerals, seismic and flood associated hazards and disasters.
    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-4: Earth and Climate
    Aims in study of the earth, its heat budget, its climate, atmosphere and hydrosphere and their changes through time and it effects and responses produce by the biosphere.
    Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) Courses: DSE-4: Evolution of life through time
    Deals in the study of the life through geological time- their origin, evolution in the past up to the age of the humans.
  • HINDI

    Programme outcomes:
     B.A programme will help the students to understand their future in Hindi.
    •   Basic information about Hindi literature,language and Grammar.
    • They can Enhance their Hindi language and can understand what they want to do in their Career.
    • They can find job opportunities in teaching, translation, media, anchoring etc.
    • Students can develop their vocabulary skills and communication in Hindi language.
    Progarmme specific outcomes:
    • After they completing their B.A(Hindi) Programme and MIL, they can able to
    •  Create Powerful foundation of studying Hindi.
    • Basic understanding of primary concept about Hindi literature and language.
    • Understand the logic of Hindi literature and language.
    • Collect a vast knowledge about Hindi and to understand about Hindi literature history like poetry, novel, essay ,story.
    • Think critically about many issues and the ideas and can compare the same with the reality of life .
    • Understanding different style of Hindi literature.
    • Job opportunities in different field of career through Hindi  like news reader, proof reader, teaching line , reporter, translator and many more.
     
    Course outcome for Hindi (Major) , MIL and Discipline specific Course(DSE)
     
    Course code and title Course  outcome
    Semester:1
    C1: Hindi sahitya ka itihaas : (ritikaal tak)
    Hindi sahitya ke vikas dwara humein humari  Madhyakalin sanskratik virasaat ke disha, dasha, aur sahityatik gatividhiyo ka paata chalta hai,  jise teen kalkhando mein batkar usse  adhyaan ki  vyawasatha ki gaye hai aur bachao ko iss se labh hoga.
    C2 : Hindi sahitya ka itihaas : (adhunik kaal)
    Iss ke dwara student Adhunik kaal mein pashatya  prabhav ke phalswaroop kayi samajik aur dhachagaad parivartan dekhane ko mile jisne sahitya ke disha badal di . iss kaal mein hindi sahitya mein kayi nayi Vidyawo ka janam hua .vishesh roop se gadya ke vibhin vidhyawo ka vikaas iss  kaal ki mahtavpurna dene hai.jise karan students ko humare adhunik kaal ke bare mein jaan kari hogi.
    MIL-1 Hindi kavya gadh sahitya evam gadh sahitya
    Aadhunik bhartiya bhasha ek aniwariya patra hai;jise har chxetra ko parana parta hai. Iss patra ke madhyam se vidhayarthi ko sahitya ki har vidha se  parichit karane ka prayaas kiya gaya hai .iss patra ka mukhaya udashaya chatro ko bhaktikalin  ucchadarsha ki aur dhayan dilana hai.
    Semester 2
    C-3 Aadikaalin evam madhyakalin hindi kavita
    Hindi sahitya ki ek pramukh dhara adikal se  pravahita hoti rahi hai jis par taddakalin parisethithiyo ka prabhav dekha ja sakta hai. Aadikalin aur madyakalin kaviyo ne apni kavitawoo ke madhyam se use dekhane ka prayas kiya hai. iss ke zariye bachoo ko aadikal evam madhyakalin samaj ke  bare  jaankari prapt hoga.
    Semester 3
    C;5 chayauttar kavita
    Bisvee shadabadi mein ho rahe Bharat ke liye uthal-podhal wala kaal raha hai. Har  Shetra mein yaha badalawa dekhne ko milta hai.uttna  badalawa agale 50 varsho mein dekhne ko mila hai aur iss ke dwara hum bachoo ko is sach se awagaad  Karwana hai.
    C-6 Bhartiya kavyashastra
    Bhartiya kavyashastra ka itihaas 2000  saal purana hai.iss patra ke Zareye hume bhartiya kavyashastra ke vivdh roop evam chintakoo Ki bare mein jaankari prapt hogi
    C-7 Paschatya kavya shastra evam saamiksha
    Pachim mein sahitya chintan ki lambi prampara ko vidhyarthiyo Ke liye sahaj ,bahari roop se sulbha kararne ki disha mein prasutat Padhayakram ek jaroori prayas hai
    MIL-1 Hindi bhasha aur vyakaran
    Iss patra mein hindi bhasha aur vyakaran ka tulnatamak gayan Prapt hoga.
    Semester 4
    C-8 Bhasha vigyaan aur hindi bhasha
    Bhashavigyan woh vidha hai jisme bhashawo ki vivdha roopo ka Vigayanik adhayan kiya jata hai.
    C-9 Hindi upanayaas
    Hindi upanayaas gadhya sahitya ki ek pramukh vidha hai.iss patra Mein aadhunikkalin aneek hindi upanayaaso ke bare mein jaankari Hum dekhne ko milti hai.
    C-10 Hindi kahaani
    Iss padhayakaram mein hindi kahaani ki vikaas yatra  Evam itihaas ko hum jaan payegay.
    MIL-2  B A HINDI-Hindi gadhya evam padhya
    Iss padhayakaram mein hume gadhaya aur padhya ka Samnaya gayan prapat hota hai
    MIL-2B.COM HINDI-Vanichaya hindi
    Yeh patra vanichaya ke vidhayarthi ke upar adharit hai. Iss se tippan ,alekhana,vyapaar patra kaise likha jata hai Iss bare mein bataya gaya hai.
    Semester 5
    C-11 Hindi natak aur ekanki
    Yeh padhya karam nataya sahitya se juda hua hai.iss Patra ka lakshaya sahitya ki sarwaadhik shasakat evam Prabhavshali vidha ke roop mein prachalit natak ki  Oppadeta ki aur dhayaan akrasheet karana hai.
    C-12 Hindi nibhand evam gadya vidhaya
    Hindi sahitya mein nibandha ki mahtavpuran bhumika rahi hai .iss patra mein ullekhit nibandhu ke zariye chatro ko aneek labha hoga.
    DSE-1 Aassmeya bhasha evam sahitya
    Yeh patra assamiya bhasha aur sahitya se sambandhite Hai. Hindi ke chatro ke liye yeh patra naya hai. iss se Vidhyarathi assamiya bhasha evam sahitya ke gatividhiyo Ko jaan sakegay.
    DSE -2 Chayawaad
    Chayawaad adhunik hindi sahitya ka ek mahtavpuran Paraav hai. Iss patra mein chayawaad ke swaroop aur Kaviyo ke bare mein vistaar se ulekha hai.
    Semester 6
    HINM-601 Aadhunik hindi kavya
    Yeh padhayakaram cahayawaad aur chayawaaduttar ke kaviyo aur unki kavitawo par aadhareet hai.
    HINM-602 Bhasha vigayan,hindi bahsha
    Evam leepi
    Iss patra se hindi bhasha ke vivdha roop ,hindi ka  Bhogolik vistaar,hindi ki up bhashaye ki jaankari prapat Hoti hai
    HINM-603 Anuwaad vigayan
    Anuwaad vigayaan padhayakaram se hume anuwaad ke Aneek roopo ke bare mein gayan prapat hota hai.
    HINM-604 Sur sahitya
    Sur sahitya patra se surdas ke sahitya evam unke kavya Sadhana ko hum jan sakte hai
    HINM-604 Tulsi sahitya Tulsi sahitya multah ram charitra manas aur tulsi das ke anya sahitya par adhareet hai .
  • HISTORY

    Course Outcomes for History CBCS Course
    1st SEMESTER
    Course code and title Course outcome
    HISHC – 102
    Social formation and cultural patterns of the Ancient World
    The outcome of the paper Social Formation and Cultural pattern of the Ancient World are -
    (1) The main object of the paper is to impart knowledge about the Evolution of Humankind in Ancient World.
    (2) To understand the developments of Bronze Age Civilization with reference to Egypt, Mesopotamia, China.
    (3) The students will get knowledge about the Nomadic group in Central and West Asia.,
    (4) They will also know about the Slave Society in Ancient Greece.
    (5) It is also intended to acquaint the students about the development of democracy in Athens and Sparta of Ancient Greece. More over they will also get the vivid knowledge about the Greek Culture, science, philosophy religion art and architecture.
    2nd SEMESTER
    HISHC – 104
    Social formation and cultural patterns of the Medieval World
    The learning outcome of the paper Social Formation and Cultural Pattern of the Medieval World are -
    (1) The purpose of this paper is to import knowledge of Social and Cultural history of medieval world.
    (2) To understand the concept and chronology of monarchy, Republic and empire in Rome.
    (3) They will also learn about the Economic Developments in Europe from the 7th to the 14th Century
    (4) They will also get knowledge of Religion and Culture in Medieval Europe.
    (5) It is also intended to acquaint the students about the societies in Central Islamic lands.
    HISHC – 105
    History of India III
    (1) The motive behind this paper is to impart knowledge to the students about the political structure of the Early Medieval History of India.
    (2) To learn about the Agrarian Structure and Social changes of the Early Medieval India.
    (3) They will also learn about the Trade and Commerce that flourished during that period.
    (4) To understand the Religious and Cultural developments during the early medieval period.
    3rd SEMESTER
    HISHC – 106
    Rise of the Modern West I
    (1) The aim of the paper to give a pen-picture on the transition from Feudalism to Capitalism along with its problems and theories. Thus the students will be able to get an idea about Voyages, exploration and also the conquests of the America as well as African states.
    (2) They will also learn how the Renaissance developed and with it the city state of Italy grew up and Humanism spread all over Europe.
    (3) The students will be able to learn about Reformation and Counter Reformation.
    (4) Another object of this paper is to give them the knowledge about the economic development of the 16th century A.D. and also the Commercial and Price Revolution.
    (5) The motto of this paper is also to give the students a vivid idea about emergence of European State System.
    HISHC – 107
    History of India
    (1206 – 1550)
    (1) The purpose of the paper is to interprets the History of Delhi Sultanate.
    (2) The students will learn about the political structure of the Sultanate period.
    (3) They will also learn about the provincial dynasty that emerged during that period.
    (4) They will get knowledge about the concept of society, culture, religion economy etc. during that period.
    4th SEMESTER
    HISHC – 108
    Rise of Modern West-II
    (1) The object of this paper is to teach the students about agriculture and industry in Europe, economic, political and social aspects of 17th Century Europe and its impact on other states.
    (2) From this paper the students will learn about English Civil War and Religious settlements.
    (3) The students will be able to know about Rise of Modern Science, Mercantilism and Colonial politics in European States.
    (4) Then they will gather knowledge about enlightened Despotism in Europe.
    (5) Finally they will know about American Revolution and Economy and Society in Europe in 18th century A.D.
    HISHC – 109
    History of India (1550-1605)
    (1) The purpose of this paper is to understand the students about the sources, Historiography and establishments of Mughal empire.
    (2) The students will also get the knowledge about how Babur established Mughal rule in India and how Akbar consolidated the Mughal empire in India.
    (3) They will also get thorough knowledge about the political, social and religious conditions of the people of Medieval India.
    4th SEMESTER
    HISHC – 1010
    History of India (1605-1750)
    (1) The main aim of this paper is to understand the political, cultural, economic and social life of the people during Mughal period.
    (2) They will also learn about the developments of cultural activities during Jahangir and Shahjahan.
    (3) To understand the conditions of Mughal Empire under Aurangzeb
    (4) The students will also get knowledge of flourishing trade and commerce during Mughal period.
    5th SEMESTER
    HISHC – 1011
    History of Modern Europe
    (1780-1919)
    (1) The object of the paper is to impart knowledge to the students about the Revolutions, Industrialization, Social and Economic transformation and the background of the First World War.
    (2) The students will learn about the French Revolution that occurred in 1789. Moreover they will also know how Napoleon captured power and consolidates the French Empire.
    (3) The students will get knowledge about the origine and background of Industrial Revolution and process of Capitalist development in Industry and Agriculture.
    (4) They will also get an idea about the Economic, Political and Administrative development of Italy and Germany.
    (5) To understand the causes course and effects of First World War.
    5th SEMESTER
    HISHC – 1012
    History of India
    (1750-1857)
    (1) The object of this paper is to throw light on the conditions of India in the mid of 18th Century.
    (2) The students will learn about the colonial state and ideology of India during that period.
    (3) It is also intended to acquaint the students with some of the significant issues like land revenue system, forest policy, commercialization of Agriculture, rural society, famine etc.
    (4) They will also get knowledge of the great revolt of 1857 that occurred in India against British humiliating policies
    5th SEMESTER
    HISH DSE – 501
    Early and Medieval Assam
    till 1826
    (1) The motive behind this paper is to understand the students about the Foundation of the Ahom states and their relations with the neighbouring states.
    (2) The students will learn about the expansion of Ahom kingdom in the 16th century.
    (3) They will also get knowledge about the Ahom0Mughal conflict.
    (4) The students will learn how Ahom kingdom decline due to Moamariya Rebellion.
    (5) Lastly they will get knowledge about the Burmese Invasion.
    5th SEMESTER
    HISHDSE – 502
    History of Assam
    (1826-1947)
    (1) This paper deals with the establishment and consolidation of British rule in Assam.
    (2) The students will learn about the reforms and reorganization of David Scott, Jenkins and Robertson.
    (3) To understand the early phase of Revolts and Resistance against the British.
    (4) They will also understand the Revolt of 1857 in Assam
    (5) They will get knowledge about the growth of National consciousness in Assam against the British.
    (6) Finally they will learn about the Trade Union and Allied Movements, Migration, Line system, Quit India Movement in Assam and impact of World War II.
    6th SEMESTER
    HISHC – 1013
    History of India
    (1857-1950)
    (1) The purpose of the paper is to understand the cultural changes and Religious reforms movements of modern India.
    (2) The students will learn about the nationalism trend up to 1919.
    (3) To understand the Gandhian Nationalism after 1919.
    (4) They will also understand how India attain independence and why it was partitioned.
    6th SEMESTER
    HISHC - 1014
    History of Modern Europe II
    (1780-1939)
    (1) Main object of this paper is to get knowledge of the political, social, cultural and intellectual, developments of Modern Europe.
    (2) The students will also understand the liberal democracy, working class and socialism in the 19th and 20th century.
    (3) To understand the crisis of Feudalism in Russia.
    (4) They will also know the political and cultural development of post 1919 periods.
    6th SEMESTER
    HISHDSE – 601
    Social and Economic History of Assam
    (1) This paper is about the Social and Economic History of ancient Assam
    (2) The students will learn about the Caste System, religious beliefs, art and architecture of early Assam.
    (3) They will get knowledge about social structure of medieval Assam.
    (4) To understand the economic conditions such as agriculture, land system, land revenue system, trade and commerce during Medieval period. They will also learn about the growth of modern education, development of press etc.
    6th SEMESTER
    HISHDSE – 602
    Historiography
    (1) The purpose of the paper is that a student will develop skills to evaluate the sources, methods, motivation and interpretation behind historical narratives.
    (2) The students will learn about the evolution of Historiography.
    (3) They will also get knowledge of Renaissance to Enlightenment Historiography.
    (4) To understand the development of History Writing in India in Modern period.

     

  • MATHEMATICS

    Programme Outcome :
    After successful completion of three year degree programme in Mathematics students will be able to –
    1. Apply Mathematics as a tool to solve problems of other disciplines viz., Science and Technology, Commerce and Management, Humanities, Soft-computing etc.
    2. Pursue higher studies in the subject to take part in the academic upliftment of the subject.
    3. Develop new techniques/methods for solving the unsolved problems of the other disciplines.
    4. Construct Mathematical models to mimic real life problems and make their predictions, estimations and regression.

     

    Course Outcome
    Course code and title
    Course Outcome
    Semester I
    Core Course 1
    Calculus
    (Theory + Practical)
    After going through this course the students will be able to
     
    • Apply calculus in real life problems.
    • Formulate real life problems.
    Core Course 2
    Algebra
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Describe various algebraic structures on sets.
    • Identify the algebraic structures present in different branches of Sciences.
    Semester II
    Core Course 3
    Real Analysis
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Identify the properties of the number system.
    • Describe various analytical properties of the real number system.
    Core Course 4
    Differential Equations
    (Theory + Practical)
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Use the techniques to solve differential equations.
    • Apply these techniques in various mathematical models used in real life problems.
    Semester III
    Core Course 5
    Theory of Real Functions
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Discuss limit, continuity and differentiability of real valued function.
    • Expand functions in series and different forms of remainder.
    Core Course 6
    Group Theory I
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Describe various group structures on sets.
    • Identify the group structures present in different branches of sciences.
    Core Course 7
    PDE and Systems of ODE
    (Theory +Practical)
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Make mathematical formulations and their solutions of various physical problems.
    • Design mathematical models used in PDE e.g. heat equation, wave equation etc.
    • Describe Laplace equation and their solutions.
    Semester IV
    Core Course 8
    Numerical Methods
    (Theory +Practical)
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Discuss various numerical methods and interpolation formulae.
    • Apply numerical techniques for solving differential equation.
    Core Course 9
    Riemann Integration and Series of Functions
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Evaluate Riemann Integration, improper integration.
    • Differentiation and integration of power series.
    Core Course10
    Ring Theory and Linear Algebra I
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Discuss various ring structures on sets.
    • Solve the system of linear equations.
    Semester V
    Core Course11
    Multivariate Calculus
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Extend the concept from one variable calculus to function of several variables.
    • Demonstrate the ability to think critically and solving application of real world problems involving double/triple integrals.
    Core Course12
    Group Theory II
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Apply results from preliminary concepts to solve contemporary problems.
    • Apply in communication theory, electrical engineering, computer science and cryptography.
    DSE-1
    Analytical Geometry
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Sketch parabola, ellipse and hyperbola.
    • Solve various geometrical problems analytically.
    DSE-2
    Number Theory
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Obtain solutions of Diophantine equations.
    • Define number theoretic functions.
    Semester VI
    Core Course13
    Metric Spaces and Complex Analysis
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Describe various properties of metric spaces.
    •  Describe complex number system, its differentiation and integration.
    Core Course14
    Ring Theory and Linear Algebra II
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Apply theorems proof/solution techniques to solve real world problems.
    •  Find the matrix associated with a linear transformation w.r.t. given bases and can understand the relationship between operations of linear transformation and corresponding matrices.
    DSE-3
    Hydro-Mechanics/ Linear Programming
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Describe the basic properties of Fluid Mechanics.
    • Solve the related problems.
    DSE-4
    Mathematical Methods/ Probability and Statistics
    After going through this course the students will be able to
    • Construct mathematical models or real world problems.
    • Solve the problems.

     

    Programme Specific Outcome:
    1. To understand the concept of the subject.
    2. To describe the related theorems.
    3.  To solve the related problems.
    4. To construct the mathematical formulations and their solutions of various physical problems.
    5. To design and solve the mathematical models of real life problems using the various tools of   
       Mathematics.
    6. To understand the deep concept of the subject by using the software’s like MATLAB, MATHEMATICA etc.
    7. To inculcate strong fundamentals of the subject.
  • PHILOSOPHY

    Programme Outcome:
     After successfully completion of three year degree program in Philosophy a students is able to:
    1. Understand the broad ideas that are enshrined in the basic thinking of various centre of Philosophy.
    2. Understand and appreciate the applied ethics concerning value of life, environmental ethics and professional ethics.
    3. Students will able to demonstrate improvement in their critical and moral thinking skills.
    4. Study of logic  helps to think logically and critically. The student can argue and evaluate in a constructive way.
    5. The course introduces the moral concepts of good and bad, right and wrong. It helps to form a strong foundation of character and personality.

    Programme Specific Outcome:

    1. To understand  the meaning, nature , scope, difference branches and values of Philosophy.
    2. To understand  Rationalism, Empiricism and Kant’s  critical theory of knowledge.
    3. To understand the Correspondence, Coherence, Pragmatic and self-evident theory of Truth.
    4. To understand the Categories of knowledge such as Space, Time, Substance and Causality.
    5. To understand the Environmental Ethics , relationship between man and nature, importance of Environmental Ethics in the present context.
    6. To understand the value of Human Life, suicide, female foeticide, capital punishment.
    7. Students demonstrate validity by means of truth table.
    8. Critically analyse the hypothesis, theories, techniques and definition offered by philosopher.
    9. Describe Vedic and Non- Vedic schools of Indian Philosophy and also explain their epistemology, metaphysics and ethics.

     

     Course outcome
                   Course code and title
    Course outcome
    SEMESTER  I
    GE 1: Introduction to Philosophy
    Learn about the basic ideas of philosophy like definition, nature, scope, relation between philosophy and science.
    To acquaint the students the basic ideas of philosophy concerning theories and categories knowledge.
     
    DSC-1A: Indian Philosophy
    Learn about the nature, schools and characteristic of Indian Philosophy.
    To acquaint the basic problems of Epistemology and Metaphysics in Classical Indian Philosophy.
    SEMESTER  II
     GE2: Introduction to Logic
    Learn about the basic ideas of definition, nature, scope and utility of logic.
    Familiar with the basic ideas of Aristotelian Logic and Symbolic logic.
     DSC-1B: Fundamentals of Western Philosophy
    Learn about the basic ideas of nature, scope and values of philosophy.
    To acquaint the students the basic ideas of philosophy concerning concepts and theories of knowledge, truth and reality.
    SEMESTER  III
     GE3: Fundamentals of Indian Philosophy
    Learn about the basic ideas of nature, schools and characteristic of  Indian philosophy.
    To acquaint the students the basic problem of Epistemology and Metaphysics in Classical Indian Philosophy.
     
    DSC1C: Fundamentals of Logic
    To understand the basic ideas of nature, scope and utility of logic.
    Learn about the basic problems of Aristotelian and Symbolic Logic.
    SEMESTER  IV
    GE4: Applied Ethics
    To understand about the basic ideas of Ethics.
    Acquainting the basic ideas of Applied ethics concerning value of life, environmental ethics and professional ethics.
    Acquainting the basic ideas of animal right, abortion, euthanasia, doctor-patient relationship etc.
     
    DSC-1D: Fundamentals of Ethics
    To understand about the basic ideas of Ethics.
    To know about the fundamental ethical issues from both Western and Indian perspectives.
    SEMESTER  V
     DCE1A(I): Western Philosophy
    Learn about the nature, scope, utility and branches of philosophy.
    To familiar with the basic ideas of philosophy concerning theories of knowledge and truth.
    SEMESTER  VI
     
    DCE1B(I): Contemporary Indian Philosophy
    Learn about the different interpretation on certain philosophical problems by contemporary Indian Philosophy as Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, Tagore, Iqbal, Radhakrishnan and Gandhi.
  • PHYSICS

    Programme Outcomes:

    After successful completion of 3 year degree program in Physics, a student is able to
    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental knowledge of different branches of Physics.
    2. Understand the positive impact of Physics on society and inculcate a scientific temperament.
    3. Demonstrate proficiency in the area of experimental physics as well as computational physics.
    4. Compare the experimental results with true values and also analyse them using computational tools.
    5. Acquire proficiency to utilise a wide range of e-resources and information technologies to support their interests.
    6. Understand the applications of numerical techniques for modelling physical systems. Conversely, demonstrate proficiency to translate physical description to a mathematical equation.
    7. Create and spread awareness in civic life regarding various probable disasters and techniques to overcome them.
    8. Acquire skill to solve problems methodically, and independently draw a logical conclusion.
    9. Employ critical thinking and scientific knowledge to design, perform and analyse the results of physics experiments.
    10. Qualify the students for further post-graduate studies in Physics, Electronics, Instrumentation, Computer Applications, applied geology, etc.
    11. Make the students eligible for career as teachers, probationary officers in banks, administrative jobs, etc.
    12. Explore the latest research works in the field of physical sciences and thereby develop an aptitude for research not only in the field of physics, but also in the multidisciplinary platforms.

     
    Programme specific outcomes:

    1. To get familiar with various mathematical operations to be used in Physics, properly use Frobenius method, Fourier series, solve equations via partial differential equations, use complex functions, integral transforms as well as be apt in C/C++ computational techniques, Scilab techniques to solve some theoretical problems, curve fitting, least square fit, etc.
    2. To understand the basic mechanics part in Physics and get to know relativity from both classical and quantum aspects.
    3. To understand Electricity and Magnetism, Electro magnetic theory starting with Maxwell’s equations, propagation of e-m waves, polarisation, wave guides, network theorems and also analyse the results experimentally.
    4. To know various wave phenomenon related to optics like interference, diffraction, holography and use them to determine wavelengths of light from multiple sources.
    5. To gain knowledge in thermal physics regarding the basic laws of thermodynamics, entropy, kinetic theory of gases, real gases and experimental outcomes to measure thermal conductivity of good and bad conductors.
    6. To understand the digital circuits starting with CRO, integrated circuits, boolean algebra and their applications in timers, flip-flops, counters, shift registers, microprocessors in both theory and experiment.
    7. To get familiar with modern physics concepts with Planck’s quantum theory, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, eigen value problems in confined particles, then move forward to Schrodinger equations, bound states and ideas of atomic physics.
    8. To understand analogue systems with diodes, transistors, amplifiers, OPAMP and their various applications in our daily life.
    9. To know about the crystal structures, magnetic properties, dielectric properties, superconductivity and experimentally find dielectric constants, magnetic susceptibility and study hysteresis loop of ferromagnets.
    10. To understand the concepts of both classical and quantum statistical physics for analysing large sample of data both in theory and via computational techniques.
    11. To gain knowledge in classical dynamics, fluid dynamics, 4-vectors, nuclear physics, radioactive decay, particle physics, astrophysics with detailed information regarding our universe and planetary systems as well as numerous experimental techniques.
     
    Course outcomes
     
    Course code and  title
    Course outcome
    Semester I
    Code: PHYSICS – C I
    Title: Mathematical Physics - I
    Write a problem of Physics in the language of Mathematics.
    Identify a range of diverse mathematical techniques to formulate and solve a problem in basic Physics.
    Learn computer programming and numerical analysis and know its role in solving problems in Physics.   
    Code: PHYSICS – C I (Lab)
    Title: Mathematical Physics - CI (Lab)
    Develop the ability of a student to critically analyse a topic.
    Develop the requisite mathematical skills of a student to understand the fundamental topics in Physics.
    Demonstrate the use of computational methods in physics and enable a student to construct a problem computationally .   
    Code: PHYSICS – C II
    Title: Mechanics
    Understand the basic concepts of mechanics, e.g., motion, force, torque, linear and angular momentum, kinetic and potential energy.
    Understand the basic conservation laws and analyse simple harmonic oscillator in detail.
    Study planetary motion and understand the concept of frame of reference and in variance of the laws of physics.
    Know about the phenomena of special relativity and understand the concept of space-time.    
    Code: PHYSICS – C II (Lab)
    Title: Mechanics(Lab)
    Introduce the students to the basic concepts of mechanics.
     Enable the students to understand simple harmonic oscillator.
    Develop knowledge of special relativity to understand relativistic formulation of modern theories.
    Semester – II
    Code: PHYSICS – C III
    Title: Electricity and Magnetism
    Understand the electrical and magnetic properties of matter in brief.
    Understand the effect of electric field on magnetic field and vice-versa.
    Understand the basic principle of electrical (AC) circuit and electrical networking.
    Code: PHYSICS – C III (Lab)
    Title: Electricity and Magnetism (Lab)
    Develop the basic experimental skills of students on electrical networking.
    Train students to handle and repair instruments based on electric and magnetic field effects.
    Code: PHYSICS – C IV
    Title: Waves and optics
    Learn the basics of wave motion and behaviour of light due to its wave nature.
    Understand the different phenomena due to the interaction of light with matter.
    Analyse the fundamental principles of optics used in many optical instruments.
    Code: PHYSICS – C IV (Lab)
    Title: Waves and optics (Lab)
    Train the students to use different optical instruments.
    Enable students to understand various natural phenomena using optical instruments in the laboratory.
    Semester III
    Code: PHYSICS – C V
    Title: Mathematical Physics - II
    Identify a range of diverse mathematical techniques to formulate and solve problems in physics.
    Analyse some of the useful mathematical methods.
    Construct a problem in physics computationally.
    Code: PHYSICS – C V (Lab)
    Title: Mathematical Physics – II (Lab)
    Develop the ability of a student to critically analyse a topic.
    Enable a student to understand the use of computational/numerical methods in physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – C VI
    Title: Thermal Physics
    Develop knowledge on the laws of thermodynamics and their application.
    Use the knowledge of thermodynamics in various allied fields like material science, condensed matter physics, atmospheric physics, etc.
    Use the concept of thermodynamics in real world experiences.
    Code: PHYSICS – C VI (Lab)
    Title: Thermal Physics (Lab)
    Scientific problems and experiments on thermodynamics and allied disciplines.
    Demonstrate a working knowledge of physical principles in thermal physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – C VII
    Title: Digital Systems and Applications
    Know about the basic electronics equipment.
    Understand basic digital electronic concepts and devices.
    Analyse digital circuits.
    Code: PHYSICS – C VII (Lab)
    Title: Digital Systems and Applications (Lab)
    Apply the knowledge to analyse and apply digital circuits in solving circuit level problems.
    Build real life applications using digital systems.
    Semester – IV
    Code: PHYSICS – C VIII
    Title: Mathematical Physics – III
    Write a problem in Physics (advanced) in the language of Mathematics.
    Analyse some of the useful mathematical ideas and techniques.
    Construct a problem computationally and use simulations to design an experiment.
    Code: PHYSICS – C VIII (Lab)
    Title: Mathematical Physics – III (Lab)
    Develop mathematical skills of student to understand some of the fundamental topics of Physics.
    Help a student to pursue advanced studies in Physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – C IX
    Title: Elements of Modern Physics
    Understand the theoretical basis of quantum physics.
    Explain the wave particle duality of the photon.
    Develop an Insight into the key principles and applications of Nuclear Physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – C IX (Lab)
    Title: Elements of Modern Physics (Lab)
    Understand and appreciate the theory of Modern Physics.
    Develop the ability to apply it in solving simple problems in quantum mechanics, structure of atoms, Laser and Nuclear Physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – C X
    Title: Analog Systems and Applications
    Know about the basics of semiconductor PN junction and its application to different electronic circuits.
    Understand bipolar junction transistors and its applications as amplifier and oscillator.
    Familiarise with operational amplifiers, its  applications and analysis.
    Develop knowledge about analog to digital and digital to analog conversion techniques.
    Code: PHYSICS – C X (Lab)
    Title: Analog Systems and Applications (Lab)
    Learn the foundation knowledge of analog electronic systems.
    Learn the working and applications of PN junction and bipolar junction transistors.
    Develop basic knowledge of operational amplifier and and its applications.
    Semester V
    Code: PHYSICS – C XI
    Title: Quantum Mechanics and Applications
    Know about the development of modern physics and the theoretical formulation of quantum mechanics.
    Know the applications of quantum mechanics in solving physical problems.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XI (Lab)
    Title: Quantum Mechanics and Applications (Lab)
    Learn how to apply quantum mechanics to solve physical systems in different areas of science.
    Learn how the scientific behaviour of materials can be used for human applications.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XII
    Title: Solid State Physics
    Familiarise with the fundamentals of solid state physics.
    Know about the structural, electronic and lattice vibration dependent behaviour of solids.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XII (Lab)
    Title: Solid State Physics (Lab)
    Enable a student to work in both theoretical and experimental aspects of solid state physics.
    Learned basic concepts in hands on mode through laboratory experiments.
    Code: PHYSICS – DSE 1
    Title: Classical Dynamics
    Understand the development of classical mechanics and advantages of its formulation over Newtonian mechanics.
    Understand Lagrangian And Hamiltonian formulation of mechanics and their applications in mechanical problems.
    Observe the peculiar phenomena when transformed from Newtonian relativity to special relativity.
    Code: PHYSICS – DSE 2
    Title: Astronomy and Astrophysics
    Introduce the fundamental concepts of Astrophysics to the students.
    Motivate the students to pursue further study in future in this fascinating field of Physics.
    Semester – VI
    Code: PHYSICS – C XIII
    Title: Electromagnetic Theory
    Provide in-depth analysis of the behaviour of electricity and magnetism in matter.
    Apply Maxwell’s equations to explain the properties of electromagnetic waves.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XIII (Lab)
    Title: Electromagnetic Theory (Lab)
    Solve problems related to interfaces between media with defined boundary conditions.
    Describe methods of polarization and analyse the polarization state of a light source.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XIV
    Title: Statistical Mechanics
    Introduce the basic concepts of statistical mechanics to the students.
    Develop the ability of students to solve physical problems by the applications of techniques of statistical mechanics in future.
    Code: PHYSICS – C XIV (Lab)
    Title: Statistical Mechanics (Lab)
    Equip the students with basic knowledge of statistical mechanics.
    Enable the students to solve any physical problem in statistical mechanics.
    Code: PHYSICS – DSE 3
    Title: Nuclear and Particle Physics
    Understand basic concepts of nuclear physics.
    Each connection with quantum mechanics,  mathematical and particle physics.
    Code: PHYSICS – DSE 4
    Title: Experimental Techniques
    Enhance experimental knowledge.
    Develop the theoretical and experimental knowledge of different instruments.
    Enhance the knowledge of some measurement techniques and data and error analysis techniques.
    Code: PHYSICS – DSE 4 (Lab)
    Title: Experimental Techniques (Lab)
    Develop experimental knowledge on different instruments.
    Handle  different  electrical network based  instruments.
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

    Programme Outcome (POs)
     
    The three Years Degree course offered by the Department of Political Science, Dibrugarh University, strictly adhere to the CBCS pattern. The goal of this course is to produce competent, skilled people who can employ and implement their gained knowledge in various sectors. After the completion of this course a student of Political Science can appear in any kind of administrative jobs such as Union Public Service Commission, State Service Commission. Course of Human Rights will help the students to know about the Rights and duties of an individual and they may engage themselves in various human rights protection activities or social service activities or introduce themselves as human rights activist. The students go for further study in various courses like Law, Post Graduate in International Relations, Post graduate in Sociology, Masters of Social works, Post graduate in gender studies, Post graduate in Public Administration etc. They can choose their career as good political leader and political critique. They have the chance to work in media house. In international field like foreign policy, diplomacy etc, the students can engage themselves. They can raise their voice towards Women empowerment and Women Rights and for an egalitarian and just society. Furthermore, the curriculum will also boost the ability of critical thinking, development of scientific attitude, the handling of practical problems and generating solution, the improvement of skill, social interaction, political awareness and the recognition of the ethical value of the society.
     
    Programme Specific Outcome
     
    1.         To define political concepts and theories to develop ideological orientation towards the discipline. To understand concept that have shaped the politics including freedom, equality, individuality, democracy and justice.
    2.         To explain, elaborate and evaluate political thought of classical and modern Indian and Western Philosophers.
    3.         To acquaint the students with the issues and dynamics of Indian political processes.
    4.         Bridge the gap between theory and practices of public administration.
    5.         To illustrate the issues and theories of international relations in order to make students aware about the occurrences and changes taking place in the international sphere.
    6.         The purpose is to familiarize students with basic concepts to the study of comparative politics. Moreover, the course is to introduce the students with the diverse political systems of the world to make comparative study of the diverse processes.
    7.         To build the knowledge of the students with politics of contemporary Assam and its neighbouring states.
    8.         To examine the evolution, development and trends of India’s Foreign Policy as well as to outline the various issues related with Indian Foreign Policy and estimate the effectiveness of Indian Foreign Policy.
    9.         To explain the basics of international law and analyse the various developments of the realm of international law.
    10.       Make understand the students about the theories, issues, challenges and facts of rural development and to construct ideas and policies for developing the rural people and areas.
    11.       To provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and Methods that can be employed in the analysis of public policy and seek an integrative link to their understanding of political science, economic theory and the practical world of development and social change.
    12.       To understand the meaning and value of human rights so that these can be applied to create an egalitarian and just society.
    13.       To help students understand struggle of India against colonialism. It seeks to achieve understanding by looking at this struggle from different theoretical perspectives that highlight its different dimensions.
    14.       Understanding Gandhi in a global frame and to elaborate Gandhian thought and examine its practical implications.
     
    Course Outcome
     
    Semester I
    1.1 Paper-I: Understanding Political Theory (C1)
    •           To formulate idea of political theory, its history and approaches, and an assessment
    of its critical and contemporary trends.
    •           To understand traditions of political theory.
    •           To analyse critical and contemporary perspectives in political theory and practices of State, Citizenship and Democracy.
    1.2 Paper II: Constitutional Government and Democracy in India (C2)
    •           Understand the background of the framing of Indian Constitution.
    •           To study the organs of the government and to elaborate centre state relations.
    •           To explore the role of Decentralization and Local self-Government in India.
    •          
    Semester II
    2.1 Paper III: Political Theory: Concept and Debates (C3)
    •           To encourage students to critically analyze and interpretation of concepts like
    freedom, justice, rights, multiculturalism and equality.
    •           To aid conceptual understanding of State in a newer ways.
    2.2 Paper IV: Political Process in India (C4)
    •           Know the role of political parties and the party system.
    •           To examine the political behaviour of voters and political leaders in relation to elections and religious aspirations.
    •           Understand religion, caste and politics in electoral process
    •           To study the changing nature of the Indian State.
    •          
    Semester III
    3.1 Paper V: Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics (C5)
    •           Understanding the concept of comparative politics, Euro centrism and Third World approaches to comparative politics.
    •           Study and comparative analysis of historical context of modern government.
    •           Study colonialism struggles and decolonization and its impact on government and politics.
    •           Comparative study of constitutional developments and political economy of Britain and U.S.A. and constitutional developments and political economy of Brazil, Nigeria and China.
    3.2 Paper VI: Perspectives on Public Administration (C6)
    •           Study the various classical and contemporary administrative theories
    •           Understand some of the recent trends, including feminism and ecological conservation and how the call for greater democratization in restructuring public administration.
    •           Attempts to provide the students a comprehensive understanding on contemporary administrative developments.
    3.3 Paper VII: Perspective on International Relations and World History (C7)
    •           To equip students with the basic intellectual tools for understanding International Relations.
    •           It introduces students to different theories in International Relations like Classical Realism & Neo Realism, Liberalism & Neo-liberalism, Marxist Approaches and Feminist Perspectives.
    •           To make students aware of the implicit Euro-centrism of International Relations by highlighting certain specific perspectives from the Global South.
    •           To discuss the issues of World War 1st, World War 2nd and Cold war.
    Semester IV
     
    4.1 Paper VIII: Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective (C8)
    •           To train students in the application of comparative methods to the study of politics.
    •           Understands concept of nation-state, process of democratization, federation and confederation.
    4.2. Paper IX: Public Policy and Administration in India (C9)
    •           Provides an introduction to the interface between public policy and administration in India. The essence of public policy lies in its effectiveness in translating the governing philosophy into programs and policies and making it a part of the community living.
    •           Deals with issues of decentralization, financial management, citizens and administration, social welfare, education, health, food and employment.
    4.3 Paper X: Global Politics (C10)
    •           To make aware students the meaning and nature of globalization by addressing its political, economic, social, cultural and technological dimension.
    •           Offers insights into key contemporary global issues such as the proliferation of nuclear weapons, ecological issues, international terrorism and human security before concluding with a debate on the phenomenon of global governance.
    Semester V
    5.1 Paper XI: Classical Political Philosophy (C11)
    •           Familiarizes students with Greek political philosophy and to understand the manner in which the political questions were first posed.
    •           To know Machiavelli as father of modern political philosophy and modern political
    Science.
    •           To know Hobbes and Locke as Pioneer of social contract theory of state.
    5.2 Paper XII: Indian Political Thought-I (C12)
    •           To discuss the specific elements of Indian Political Thought spanning over two millennia.
    •           To provide a sense of the broad streams of Indian thought while encouraging a specific knowledge of individual thinkers and texts.
    •           To discuss in class with critical appreciation Rajadharma, Manu, Aggannasutta, Barani etc.
    Semester VI
    6.1 Paper XIII: Modern Political Philosophy (C13)
    •           To learn modernity and its discourses, romantics and liberal socialist.
    •           Radicals-I: Karl Marx and Radicals-II: Alexandra Kollontai.
    6.2 Paper XIV: Indian Political Thought-II (C14)
    •           To study reformist political thought- Rammohan Roy, Nationalist Political Thought- Gandhi, Thoughts for Social Change- Ambedkar, Thoughts of Cultural Nationalism- Iqbal and Savarkar
    Discipline Specific Electives (DSE)
    5.1       Contemporary Politics in Assam (DSE-1A)
    •           To build the knowledge of the students with politics of contemporary Assam and its neighbouring states.
    •           To understand the autonomy politics of Assam with special reference to NE-region.
    5.2       Human rights in a Comparative Perspectives (DSE-2A)
    •           To understand the meaning and value of human rights so that this can be applied to  
                create an egalitarian and just society.
    •           Analysis of bill of rights of South-African constitution and Indian constitution.
    •           To know about the land rights of Adivasis/Aboriginals
    6.1 Public Policy in India (DSE-3A)
    •           To provide a theoretical understanding of the concepts and methods in public policy and analysis.
    •           Understand State and Public Policy, Global Financial Institutions and Public Policy in India, Nehruvian vision, Economic Liberalisation and recent developments in inclusive development and dis-investment.
    6.2       India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing World (DSE-4A)
    •           To examine the evolution, development and trends of India’s Foreign Policy as well as to outline the various issues related with Indian Foreign Policy and estimate the effectiveness of Indian Foreign Policy.
    •           Study the genesis, evolution and practice of India’s Foreign Policy.
    •           India’s relation with the super powers during the Cold War and challenges in post-cold war era.
    •           India’s relation with the SAARC countries.
    •           Learn India in the Contemporary Multi polar World: India’s role in the 21st century, India’s role in the UN.
     
    GENERIC ELECTIVE
    Semester 1: Nationalism in India (GE-1A)
    •           To understand the concept of nationalism and to analyse approaches to the study of nationalism in Indian context,
    •           To know about Reformism and Anti-Reformism in the Nineteenth Century.
    •           To study nationalist politics, social movements and partition and independence.
    Semester 2: Gandhi and the Contemporary World (GE-2B)
    •           Understanding Gandhi in a global frame and to elaborate Gandhian thought and examine its practical implications.
    Semester 3: Governance: Issues and Challenges (GE-3B)
    •           To understand the meaning and concept of governance and its development.
    •           To study environmental governance, local governance and good governance initiatives in India.
    Semester 4: Politics of Globalization (GE-4A)
    •           Understanding process of globalization.
    •           Critical analysis of the various anchors and dimensions of globalization.
    Specific Elective Course  (3rd semester & 4th semester)
    Human Rights and Enforcement Mechanism (SEC
    •           To know the theories and concepts of human rights.
    •           To understand about institutions and its mechanism-Judiciary, National and State Human Rights Commissions N&SHRC), Women Rights Commission (WRC).

  • SANSKRIT

    Programme Outcome
     
    (1) To acquire knowledge of Sanskrit literature and Indian culture and philosophy.
    (2) To know the utility of Sanskrit language in the present technology.
    (3) To gather knowledge about the present status of Sanskrit literature in the world literature.
     
    Programme specific outcome of B.A. in Sanskrit
     
    (1) Understand Sanskrit literature and the concept of Indian cultural heritage.
    (2) Illustrate and compare the Vedic and philosophical ideas in present situation.
    (3) Analyze the relevance of Sanskrit in present society.
    (4) Build a character with strong moral sence.
    (5) Apply the different rules of Sanskrit grammar.
    (6) Improve writing skill in Sanskrit.
    (7) Critical Appreciation of different literature in Sanskrit.
     
    Course outcome 
     
    Semester I
    C-1 Classical Sanskrit Literature (Poetry)
    (1) Acquaint students with Classical Sanskrit poetry.
    (2) Appreciate the works of great poet like Kalidasa and Bharavi.
    (3) Estimate the moral/ethical values in Sanskrit poetry.
    (4) Know the origin and development of Sanskrit Mahakavyas and Lyric poetry.
    C-2 Critical Survey of Sanskrit Literature
    (1) Introduce the students with development by Sanskrit literature during the period of Vedas to Puranas. 
    (2) Estimate the value of Ramayana and Mahabharata as a source Text for later Literature.
    (3) Know the cultural importance of the great epics.
    (4) Understand the Social, Cultural and Historical importance of Puranas.
    (5) Know the history of different Sanskrit Schools of Grammar, Indian Philosophy and Indian Poetries.
    Semester II
    C-3 Classical Sanskrit Literature (Prose)
    (1) Acquaint students with Prose Romance and Fable Literature in Sanskrit 
    (2) Understand their importance in the development in Sanskrit literature.
    C-4 Self-Management in the Gītā
    (1) Identify and estimate the values of Srimadbhagavadgita in modern context.
     (2) Apply the teachings therein in self management.
    C-5 Classical Sanskrit Literature (Drama)
    (1) Develop an appreciation of Sanskrit dramas.
    (2) Know the trend of the development of dramatic literature in Sanskrit. 
    (3) Develop skill of critical analysis of the dramas.
    C-6 Poetics and Literary Criticism
    (1) To acquaint the students with concepts of poetic art in Sanskrit literature.
     (2) To help them develop their capacity of creative writing in Sanskrit.
    C-7 Indian Social Institutions and Polity
    (1) To acquaint the students with concepts of poetic art in Sanskrit literature.
     (2) To help them develop their capacity of creative writing in Sanskrit.
    C-8 Indian Epigraphy, Palaeography and Chronology
    (1) Introduce students with Sanskrit Poetics. 
    (2) Define and illustrate various views on the nature of Sanskrit kavyas.
     (3) Acquaint with the concept of Rasa, Power of Word, Riti and Alamkar & Metre.
    (4)  Develop capacity for creative writing and literary appreciation.
    C-9 Modern Sanskrit Literature
    (1) Acquaint the students with post classical and modern Sanskrit Literature.
    (2)  Learn to appreciate the modern trend f Sanskrit writing.
    C-10 Sanskrit and World Literature
    (1) Know the appreciation of Sanskrit literature across the world.
    (2) Understand the importance of the language in the Western as well as South East- Asian countries.
    C-11 Vedic literature
    (1) Acquaint the students with Vedic literature. 
    (2) Understand the method of formation of words in Vedic Sanskrit. 
    (3) Provide basics of the philosophy of Vedic seers.
    C-12 Sanskrit Grammar
    (1) To acquaint the students with general Sanskrit Grammar.
    C-13 Ontology and Epistemology
    (1) Provide basic knowledge of Indian philosophy. 
    (2) Understand the Indian concepts of Ontology and Epistemology.
     (3) Define the technical terms.
    C-14 Sanskrit Composition and Communication
    (1) Acquaint with technique of Sanskrit syntax. 
    (2) Develop proficiency in Spoken Sanskrit. 
    (3) Develop writing skill in Sanskrit.
    DSE-2 Art of Balanced Living (for 5th  Semester Hons)
    (1) Acquaint with values inherent in Sanskrit literature.
    (2) Learn to appreciate these values. 
    (3) Apply them to live a better life. 
    (4) Develop value-based work culture.
    DSE-7 Fundamentals of Ayurveda (for 5th semester Hons)
    (1) Understand the basic principles and concepts of preventive medicine and health maintenance, diet and nutrition. 
    (2) Know the usage of commonly use spices and herbs.
    (3) Outline the Ayurvedic therapeutic procedure in Ayurveda.
    DSE-3 Theatre and Dramaturgy in Sanskrit (for 6th semester Hons)
    (1) Acquaint with the origin and development of traditional form of Sanskrit drama.
    (2) Develop knowledge about the technical aspect of Sanskrit dramaturgy.
    DSE-8 Environmental awareness in Sanskrit literature (for 6ht semester Hons)
    (1) Understand the importance of the messages inherent Sanskrit literature reflecting concern for social well being. 
    (2) Appreciate the values in eco friendly thoughts in these literary works.
    (3)  Learn from our ancestors to bring awareness on preservation and protection of environment.
    Generic Elective (GE) (Any Four) B.A. (Hons) Other than Sanskrit
    GE-1 Basic Sanskrit (for 1st semesater)
    (1) Acquaint with the basics of Sanskrit grammar.
     (2) Develop skill in framing sentences in Sanskrit.
    GE-2 Indian Culture and Social Issues (for 2nd semester)
    (1) Acquaint with the history and background of Indian Culture.
    (2) Understand the significance of Culture and tradition of the country.
    (3) Develop respect for Indian cultural tradition and concern about socio-cultural issues.
    GE-3 Fundamentals of Indian Philosophy (for 3rd semester)
    (1) Understand the basic concepts of Indian Philosophy.
     (2) Analyse the different principles of various philosophical systems.
    GE-4 Indian Aesthetics (for 4th semester)
    (1) Introduce students with Sanskrit Poetics.
    (2) Define and illustrate various views on the nature of Sanskrit kavyas.
    (3) Acquaint with the concept of Rasa, Power of Word, Riti and Alamkara & Metre.
     (4) Develop capacity for creative writing and literary appreciation.
    Discipline Specific Course (DSC) For Non-honours
    DSC-1A Basic Sanskrit (for 1st  semester)
    (1) Acquaint with the basics of Sanskrit grammar.
    (2) Develop skill in framing sentences in Sanskrit.
    (3) Acquaint with the teachings of Gita.
    DSC-1B Basic Principles of Indian Medicine System ( Ayurveda) (for 2nd semester)                                                 
    (1) Understand the basic principles and concepts of preventive medicine and health care, diet and nutrition.
    (2) Learn the usage of commonly used spices and herbs.
    (3) Know the basics of Ayurvedic therapy.
    DSC -1C Sanskrit Literature (for 3rd semester)
    (1) Acquaint with the style of storey telling in Sanskrit literature.
    (2) Analyse the morals in Sanskrit deductive literature.
    DSC-1D Individual, Family and Community in Indian Social Thought (for 4th semester)
    (1) Learn the art of self management from the Gita.
    (2) Understand the importance of the social values of India as inherent in Sanskrit literature. 
    (3) Appreciate socialistic approach of the ancient thinkers and law-givers of ancient India.
    DSE-7 Fundamentals of Ayurveda (for 5th semester Non-Hons)
    (1) Understand the basic principles and concepts of preventive medicine and health maintenance, diet and nutrition. 
    (2) Know the usage of commonly use spices and herbs.
    (3) Outline the Ayurvedic therapeutic procedure in Ayurveda.
    DSE-8 Environmental awareness in Sanskrit literature (for 6ht semester Non-Hons)
    (1) Understand the importance of the messages inherent Sanskrit literature reflecting concern for social well being. 
    (2) Appreciate the values in eco friendly thoughts in these literary works.
    (3)  Learn from our ancestors to bring awareness on preservation and protection of environment.
  • SOCIOLOGY

    Programme Outcome

    Students passing out in Sociology, their bachelor degree will have many benefits. Study of Sociology has great value especially in a modern complex society.
    (1) Sociology provides scientific knowledge about human society, this knowledge is needed for progress and development in all aspects.
    (2) Knowledge of society will help enriching culture, social institutions, customs, values, norms, ideologies, solving social problems, planning of society, promote welfare activities by governments, draw attention to the intrinsic worth and dignity of man, help us keep updated on modern social situations and development.
    (3) Is useful as a teaching subject too.

     
    Programme Specific Outcome

    (1) Urban Sociology: Its value is widely recognised today with the processes of urbanization, industrialization, globalization etc.
    Specially this special paper’s outcomes are:
    (i) provide opportunities to become urban planners
    (ii) social engineering in urban areas
    (iii) urban policy makers.
    (iv) become researchers/ urbn sociology

     
    (2) Agrarian Sociology:
    Outcomes are: (i) Rural Sociologist
    (ii) Rural Social Development
    (iii) Rural Area planners

     
    (3) Indian Sociological Tradition
    Help students to know about our own culture .

     
    (4) Societies in North-East India
    Helps students to gather knowledge about cultures institutions, problems, demographic features of societies of North-East India
    Programme Specific Outcome
    We have these specializations like Urban Sociology, Agrarian Sociology, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Work, Sociology of Health and Medicines, Societies in North-East India papers in the CBCS UG programmes. All these courses prepare students for special areas in Sociology.
    1. With urban Sociology paper, one can go for jobs in urban planning and developments, as urban problem analysists and policy makers, in Non-governmental Organizations.
    2. Agrarian Sociology prepares students for jobs in rural planning and development, non- government organizations related to rural society.
    3. Indian Sociological tradition will prepare students for jobs in the departments which are related to traditational activity.
    4. Sociology of North-East Societies: It will prepare students for State Rural Livelihood Missions, Researcher, Social analysists, etc.

     

    Course outcome

    1st Semester Core Course 01 (Introduction to Sociology-I) Honours

    This paper is introduced to students having different trainings and capabilities, so that they can think sociologically, develop sociological insight to social phenomena about the basic concepts and such insight may provide the basis to know more about them which are dealt in specialised courses of Sociology.
    1st Semester Core Course 02(Sociology of India-1) Honours
    This paper helps students to construct modes and processes of knowledge about the Indian society- about the key concepts and the institutions of Indian society,it will basically train students to understand Indian society which is important in knowing.

     
    2nd Semester Core Course 03 (Introduction to Sociology-II) Honours
    This paper aims to introduce students to sociological thought from original texts,tries to give a flavour of how thinkers have conceptualised various aspects of society over a period of time.

     
    2nd Semester Core Course 04 (Sociology of India-II) Honours
    This paper deals with a myriad of ideas and debates related to Indian society and helps develop critical thinking about the various ideologies and socio-political forces which shape the terrain of the nation.

     
    3rd semester Core Course 05 (Political Sociology) Honours
    This paper deals with some major concepts and debates in Political Sociology in contemporary times so that students develop a comparative understanding of political relationship of state and society.

     
    3rd Semester Core Course 06 (Sociology of Religion) Honours
    This paper attempts to introduce students to some very basic concepts related to meaning of religion, function, about the elements, technique of religion, drawing heavily from the classical theorists on the subject.

     
    3rd Semester Core Course 07 (Sociology of Gender) Honours
    This paper interrogates into gender, sex and sexuality, it introduces students to gender which can be studied sociologically from critical perspectives.

     
    4th Semester Core Course 08 (Economic Sociology) Honours
    Economic activities have socio-cultural bases. This paper comprehends such bases and highlights sociological analysis of economic processes in local and global situations.

     
    4th Semester Core Course 09 (Sociology of Kinship) Honours
    It aims to introduce to students general principles of kinship and marriage, the key terminologies, and theoretical statements of ethnographers and looks at the trajectories and new trends in kinship studies, the re-imagining of families or recasting kinship.

     
    4th Semester Core Course 10 (Social Stratification) Honours
    This paper deals with social inequalities from sociological perspectives and thus acquaints students with theoretical perspectives on diverse social inequalities.

     
    5th Semester Core Course 11 (Sociological Thinkers-I) Honours
    It aims to introduce students to the classical thinkers’ sociological thoughts which contributed to the making of Sociology.

     
    5th Semester Core Course 12 (Sociological Research Methods-I) Honours
    This paper aims to acquaint students to the general introduction of the method used by Sociology in research activities and philosophical underpinnings of research.

     
    6th Semester Core Course 13 (Sociological Thinkers- II) Honours
    It tries to introduce students to sociological thinking through different original texts of the post-classical Sociological Writings.

     
    6th Semester Core Course 14 (Research Methods- II) Honours
    It aims at introducing students to basics of research-research design, methods and techniques of research/data collection and data analysis and provides knowledge on qualitative and quantitative conduction of research.
    1st Semester Honours, Generic Elective

     
    G.E. 01 (Indian Society: Images and Realities)
    This paper focuses on interdisciplinary introduction to Indian Society on some basic concepts like civilization, Colony, Nation and Society on Indian Institutions, political economy and critiques, thus seeking to provide a critical understanding of Indian Society.

     
    2nd Semester Generic Elective 02 (Family and Intimacy)
    This paper tries to introduce students to a wide range of contemporary concerns of the institutions of Family, Marriage, Kinship, Bondage and critiques and transformations of intimacy.

     
    3rd Semester Generic Elective 03 (Rethinking Development) Honours
    This paper focuses on development ideas from a sociological perspective and tries to make the students familiar with different approaches to understand development and Indian experiences.

     
    4th Semester Generic Elective 04 (Gender and Violence)
    This course focuses to make students aware of the common forms of violence and the logic behind violence from sociological perspective so that students are informed and make pragmatic, ethical and effective choices while resisting in the context of gendered violence.

     
    Discipline Specific Perspective (DSE)
    DSE 01 (Urban Sociology)
    This paper exposes students to understanding urban life from theoretical perspectives in its historical and contemporary contexts and attempts to help students to relate to the complex life in urban areas.
    DSE 02 Agrarian Sociology
    This paper focuses on the Indian themes of agrarian life, introduces students to the emergent global agrarian concerns and issues.
    DSE 06 Indian Sociological Tradition
    This course mainly focuses on the key Indian Sociologists contribution in making Indian Sociology and primarily how they are concerned with traditions and modernity.
    DSE 09 Societies in North-East India
    This paper introduces students to the studying of the various societies of the North-East Region of India- their demographic, cultural, socio-economic, political lives- the socio- cultural political concerns, the traditional and modernity trends in the social institutions.
  • ZOOLOGY

    Program Outcomes:

    B.Sc. Zoology Programme (As per curriculum of the Dibrugarh University)
    The B.Sc.(Zoology) programme is designed to educate the students toward:
    1. Imparting knowledge and skill in the fundamentals of various discipline of Zoology, understands the complex interactions among various living organisms
    2. To analyze complex interactions among the various animals of different phyla, their distribution and their relationship with the nature.
    3. Apply the knowledge of internal structure of cell, its functions in control of various metabolic functions of organisms.
    Understands the complex evolutionary processes and behaviour of animals
    4. Correlates the physiological processes of animals and relationship of organ systems
    5. Understanding of environmental conservation processes and its importance, pollution control and biodiversity and protection of endangered species
    6. Gain knowledge of Agro based Small Scale industries like sericulture, fish farming, butterfly farming and vermicompost preparation.
    7. Understands about various concepts of genetics and its importance in human health
    8. Apply basic skills in the observation and study of nature, biological techniques, experimental skills and scientific investigation.
    9. Create awareness for the conservation of the nature.

     
    Program Specific Outcomes:

    1. To identify and distribution of the diversity of Chordates and Non-Chordates.
    2. Understand the nature and basic concepts of Cell biology, Biochemistry, Genetics,
    Physiology, Ecology and Applied Zoology
    3. Analyse the relationships among animals, plants and microbes with environment.
    4. Perform procedures as per laboratory standards in the areas of Taxonomy, Physiology, Ecology, Cell biology, Genetics, Applied Zoology, Clinical science, tools and techniques of Zoology, Toxicology, Entomology, Sericulture, Biochemistry, Fish biology, Animal biotechnology, Immunology .
    5. Understand the applications of biological sciences in Apiculture, Aquaculture, Sericulture.
    6. Gains knowledge about research methodologies, effective communication and skills of problem solving methods
    7. Contributes the knowledge in Wildlife and its importance for man.

     
    Programme
    Course Code
    Name of the course
    Course Specific Outcome
    B. Sc.
    Zoology
    (Honours)
    ZC101 &102
    Non-chordates and Ecology
    ➢ To impart knowledge on various forms of Protozoa and worms-their classification and structural anatomy and evolutionary significance.
    ➢ To study of life cycle, pathogenicity and adaptation of parasite related to human.
    ➢ To familiarize with the fundamentals of Ecology, its impact on living organisms.
    ➢ Training on the method of preparation of Project Report and Field Report.
    ZC203 &204
    Non – Chordates II and Cell biology
    ➢ To make the student observe the diversity in non- chordates coelomates and their systematic position with submission of Project Report.
    ➢ To study of anatomical structure of coelomates through dissection.
    ➢ To make aware of different cell organelles, their structure and role in living organisms with relevant Practical works.
    ZC306, 307&409,410
    Animal physiology and Biochemistry
    ➢ To provide a foundation for understanding the complexities of the coordination system of animal body.
    ➢ To study and prepare microscopic slides.
    ➢ This course will provide students with explaining the basic principles of biochemistry useful for biological studies for illustrating different structure, function and metabolism.
    ZC511,512,ZD501&503
    Molecular Biology, Genetics, Animal Behaviour & Endocrinology
    ➢ To emphasize the central role that genetics in the
    life of all organisms.
    ➢ To develop critical thinking skill and research
    aptitude among students, by introducing the frontier areas of the biological science.
    ➢ Students will acquire a broad understanding of the hormonal regulation of physiological processes in vertebrates as well as
    immunological aspects.
    ➢ To impart basic knowledge on animal different
    behavioural patterns and their role.
    ZC613,614,607 &609
    Developmental biology, Evolutionary biology, Fish and Fisheries and Parasitology
    ➢ To create appreciation on diversity of life on earth
    ➢ To understand different levels of biological diversity
    ➢ To learn biodiversity estimation techniques
    ➢ To create interest for conservation of biodiversity and its management
    Practical Papers of different Courses
    ➢ To create knowledge regarding internal system of chordates
    ➢ To understand organs through permanent slides
    ➢ To make the student observe the diversity in chordates.
    ➢ This will provide a basic understanding of
    ➢ methods and designs that can be used for further study and research.