P.O C.O & PSO

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOME

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

&

COURSE OUTCOME

PROGRAMME OUTCOME, PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME & COURSE OUTCOME

Programme Outcome: BA

Contents

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Department

 

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Programme Outcome

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2.

 

Programme Specific Outcome: Assamese

4-6

Course Outcome: Assamese

3.

Programme Specific Outcome: Arabic

7-8

Course Outcome: Arabic

4.

Programme Specific Outcome: English

9-13

Course Outcome: English

5.

Programme Specific Outcome: Economics

14-16

Course Outcome: Economics

6.

Programme Specific Outcome: Education

17-24

Course Outcome: Education

7

Programme Specific Outcome: Geography

25-28

Course Outcome: Geography

8

Programme Specific Outcome: History

29-31

Course Outcome: History

9

Programme Specific Outcome: Mathematics

32-33

Course Outcome: Mathematics

10.

Programme Specific Outcome: Political Science

34-38

Course Outcome: Political Science

Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College, Lengtisinga, Bongaigaon, Assam is affiliated to Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam and follows the curriculum prescribed by the University. The College has clearly stated the Programme Outcome, Programme Specific Outcome and Course Outcome of all the programs and courses at under graduate Level (UGC)

Programme Outcomes: B.A (UG LEVEL)

 

After completing the B.A. (UGL) Course, the students are expected to:

 

  1. Acquire the knowledge with facts and figures concerned with the subjects as specified in the prospectus of the college. The Subjects include- Arabic, Assamese, English, Political Science, Education, Economics, History, Geography and Mathematics.
  2. Understand the basic concepts, objectives and various theories in the above mentioned
  3. Realize the importance of literature in terms of aesthetic, moral, intellectual development of students concerned.
  4. Understand how issues in the social science get influenced by the literature, Politics and historical events and how they provide solutions to the social
  5. Gain the analytical ability to analyze the social with the help of course curriculum.
  6. Prepare the students to Participate in various socio- cultural activities
  7. Evaluate and teach that social issues are no longer permanent in nature and largely depend on the political and the economical changes continuously.
  8. Publish reference books, Magazine, articles, stories to spread the messages of equality, nationality, social harmony, moral values and ethics.
  9. Recognize that the quest of knowledge is a lifelong process and one can achieve the success only with positive attitude and enthusiasm.
  10. Build up various communication skills such as reading, speaking, Delivery of speech, , which will be accommodating in expressing ideas and views clearly and effectively.

 

Department of Assamese

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

 

The programme specific outcome of the syllabus prescribed for the major students of Assamese is mentioned below:

  1. The syllabus contains different categories of Assamese literature like Romantic literature, Devotional literature, oral literature, etc. The learners can come to know about the various information of Assamese literature at different period of Especially through the ‗charyapada‘ the students get the information of the socio-cultural background of Assam.
  2. The advent of Neo-Vaishnavism and the composition of Sankardev, Madhavdev and others incorporated in the syllabus and above all the compositions like the Kirtonghosa, Bargeet, Ankiya Nat etc, not only strengthen the religion but also create awareness among the learners to fight against the social evils like casteism, superstitious etc.
  3. The old and modern Assamese poems acquaint the learners with the socio-cultural affairs of the society. These also give inspiration to learners to face the challenges of real
  4. Through this syllabus the students come to Know Assamese culture, the elements of folk culture, the festivals of Assam and the tradition of sakta, saiva and vaishnava dharma.
  5. The knowledge of philosophy gives the opportunity to the learners to know the linguistic pattern of various languages as well as the journey of the Assamese language through various languages like Pali, Prakrit, Apabhramsa, Magadhi
  6. The technical literature of Assamese contains poetics (Both Indian and western), Metres, Rhetorics, etc, and the lessons on Assamese grammar give a solid foundation for learning Assamese
  7. The syllabus of Assamese has incorporated the translation works of the short stories and

COURSE OUTCOME

 

Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Course Outcome

I

ASM – HC – 1016

History of Assamese literature (Charyapada – Sankari age)

By the study of Honours in Assamese students can taught of ancient periods mainly the age of pre-Sankarism, age of Sankari etc.

ASM – HC – 1026

History of Assamese literature (Post Sankari age – Arunadoi age)

This paper focus on History of post Sankari period, pre-Arunadoi age and their contribution in Assamese literature and society.

II

ASM – HC– 2016

Introduction to Language

Students can learn about the formation of Assamese language its basic structure and so on.

 

ASM – HC– 2026

 

Criticism of Literature

By the study of this paper students can learn eastern and western criticism of literature and its various components related it.

III

ASM – HC– 3016

Entry to Assamese Literature

Through this paper students can motivate regarding various aspect of Assamese Literature mainly folk tales, poems writing, short story writing, articles writing and also can learn about the auto-Biography of great man like (Bhabendra Nath Saikia, Krishna Kanta Handique, Homen Borgohain) travel literature and so on.

 

ASM – HC– 3026

Introduction to Assamese Poetry

Students can learn about the origin formation writing style of the poems in various ages.

ASM – HC– 3036

Assamese Culture

Through this paper students can learn about the History of Assamese culture and its important in the society.

 

IV

ASM – HC– 4016

Comparative study of Indian Literature

Though this paper students can learn about the introduction of comparative literature, Short Stories and Novels.

 

ASM – HC– 4026

Assimilation of Assamese literature – Aryan and

non-Aryan

Though this paper students can learn the origin of Assamese language and its relation with non- Aryan and to days component of Assamese language.

 

ASM – HC– 4036

Assamese Prose literature (From the beginning to eighteen century)

Students can learn about the Assamese Prose History mainly Sakardeva‘s Ankiya Nat, Bhattadeva khatha-gita, khatha-guru charit and satsari Assam Burangi.

 

V

ASM – HC– 5016

Assamese drama and style of performance (From the beginning to eighteen century)

Though this paper students can learn about the History of Assamese Drama, style of its performance on the age of Sankardeva, Pre- independence and post-independence age. Again, they learn activity of gayan-bayan etc.

 

ASM – HC– 5026

Assamese Grammar

Though this paper students can learn about the alphabet, sentences, tense, number etc. again they will be learned about sentence and its rules of formation in Assamese language.

VI

ASM – HC– 6016

Assamese Short Story and Novel

Though this paper students can learn about the History of short stories, Novels and its necessity in the field of Assamese literature.

ASM – HC– 6026

History of Assamese Script

Though this paper student can learn about the History of Assamese alphabet as example copper plates, inscriptions etc. and in the reigns of Bhaskar Varma Dubi and Nidhanpur rule.

 

Department of Arabic

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

 

Specific outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the students’ of Arabic Honours course of class B.A is mentioned as follows:

  1. The literary part of the syllabus of Arabic B.A. honours course incorporates classical, Modern and Indo-Arab prose and poetry, which gives an opportunity to the learners to acquire the knowledge of the glorious chapter of Arabic literature.
  2. History of Arabs especially the political, literary and Indo-Arab literary history contained in the syllabus is totally informative.This part of the syllabus conveys informations to the readers about the multidimentional characteristics of the Arabic literature, which help the learners to compete with others in national and international level.
  3. The syllabus containing the composition having moral and spiritual values which guide the students to play a responsible role in the family as well as in the society and which also contribute them to be a perfect and responsible citizen of the country.
  4. Functional Arabic has a great importance as it acquaints the learners with the language that used in day to day life practically.
  5. Arabic literature included in the syllabus contains the translations of other languages like English, Assamese etc. which acquaints the learners with these literatures and helps in broadcasting their outlooks towards life.
  6. Project paper included in the syllabus to enhance the students’ writing capability and self-confidence, which helps them to explore up-to-date conceptions and information.

 

                                        COURSE  OUTCOME      

 

S    Semester

      Course Code

Course Name

Course Outcome

       

 

 

 

I

ARA-HC-1016

C-1 Arabic prose and poetry-I

Ø  The Arabic prose and poetry give an opportunity to know the Arabic literature, which enable the learners to speak Arabic language.

ARA-HC-1026

C-2 Political History of the Arabs-I

Ø The political history gives information to the students about humanity, brotherhood, nationalism and liberalism etc.of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Khulapha-e- Rashedin (R)

 

 

II

 

ARA-HC-2016

C-3 Arabic Prose and poetry-II

Ø The Arabic prose and poetry give an opportunity to the learners to know the glorious Arabic literature from post Islamic period to modern period

ARA-HC-2026

 

 

C-4 Applied Grammar-I

 

Ø The Applied Arabic Grammar is the latest and revised Grammar’s part, Which is designed to know the Arabic language easily. It helps the students to read, write and speak Arabic Language practically.

 

        III

 

ARA-HC-3016

C-5 Classical

Arabic prose

and poetry-I

Ø The classical Arabic prose and poetry gives an opportunity to learn the ancient Arabic literature.

ARA-HC-3026

C-6 Political History of the Arabs-II

Ø The political history has given about the first and second Caliphs namely- Abu Bakkar Siddique( R.A) and Umar Faruque (R.A), (the pious caliph of Islam) as great Administrator, reformer and nation builder etc.

 

ARA-HC-3036

C- 7 Applied Grammar-II

 

Ø Applied Grammar is the latest and revised Arabic language which design to learn Arabic. It helps speaking, reading and writing.

 

 

       IV

ARA-HC-4016

 

C-8 Modern Arabic Prose and poetry-I

Ø The modern Arabic prose and poetry gives an opportunity to know the current Arabic literature, which were followed more or less from French and English literature.                                                                                           

 

ARA-HC-4026

 

C-9 Political History of the Arabs-III

Ø The political history has given information about the great two caliphs of Islam namely Caliph Usman (R.A), basically their ruling capability as a caliph.

ARA-HC-4036

C-10 Applied Grammar-III

Ø The Arabic grammar gives the students to learn Arabic language properly. As a result students can go for job in the gulf country.

 

V

ARA-HC-5016

 

C-11 Classical Arabic Prose and Poetry-II

Ø The classical Arabic prose and poetry gives an opportunity to learn about the ancient Arabic literature

 

ARA -HC-5026

C-12 History of Arabic Literature

Ø History of Arabic literature gives information about the background, growth and development as well as character of pre- Islamic Prose and poetry literature.

 

 

VI

ARA—HC-6016

 

C-13 Modern Arabic Prose and Poetry-II

 

Ø The modern Arabic prose and poetry gives an opportunity to know the current Arabic literatures, which were followed more or less from French and English literature.

ARA-HC-6026

 

C-14 History of Arabic Literature

Ø The history of Arabic literature gives in formations on Quran and Hadith, prose and poetry of early Islamic period.

 

Department of English

Programme Specific Outcome& course outcome

 

Programme Specific Outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the students of English may be cited below:

 

B.A.English

 

Pso-1 Comprehends various forms of literature like prose poetry, drama and fiction.

 Pso-2  Apprehend different culture and cultural sensibility around the world.

Pso-3 Perspective literary movements that existed indifferent age.

Pso-4 Develop the knowledge of grammatical system of English language.

Pso-5 The syllabus offers a wide variety of option papers enabling the learners come to know                              the enter relation of life with literature.

 Pso-6  The conception of the writers contains in the composition of classical literature, American and African literaturehelp the learners to explore more and more new ideas and motivate them to undertake a comparative study.

Pso-7 Write Analytically indifferent formats like essay, research papers etc.               

 

Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Course  Outcome

 

 

       

 

      

 

 

       

         I

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-1016

 

 

 

Indian Classical literature

This paper initiates students to a selection of classical English translation. Indian classical English literature offers a rich and multiple backdrops that spans across mode like prose,  poetry, drama the epic narratives well as short fictional fables. This paper also encourage to the students to understand about the literature of the world and the cultural exchange.

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-1026

 

 

 

 

 

European Classical literature

This paper introduces students to a selection of classical literatures of Europe in English translation. Given that Indian classical literature offers rich and divers scene that spans across genres like prose, poetry drama and fictional fables while the Aristotelian focus on the examination of the essential of poetry extended to mix discussion on the Epic and drama Subsequent writer like Horace drew attention to the purposefulness creative exercise. In the theater the widely divergent compositions by Sophocles, Plautus respectively show the consolidation of a rich cultural discourse. IT is the enriching literary tradition that this paper seeks to familiarize through the study of representative text belonging to the classical period.

 

 

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indian writing in english

This paper introduces students to the field of Indian writing in English. Given that a historical over view the development of various literary forms. To develop familiarity with the issue of politics of language and gender nationalism and modernity pertaining  to pre and post India that have been responsible for the emergence of Indian literature,. It helps to understand the place of English writing in India in the greater field of English literature. It enables to learn to discuss critically the use of literary form of novel, poetry and drama by Indian English author in distinctive ways against Indian historical and cultural context.

 

 

 

ENG-HC-2026

British poetry and Drama

This paper will familiarize the students with the two major forms in British literature from the 14th to 17th centuries- Poetry and Drama, apart from acquiring them with the context that generated such literature .The large context of the Renaissance of the nature of the Elizabethan and its  predilections for certain kinds of literary activities and the implications of the emergence of new trends will be focus in this paper.

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-3016

 

 

 

 

History of English literature and forms

This paper introduces students to the history of the English literature and the major literary forms. It adopts a chronological approach to the study of poetry, drama, fiction and nonfictional prose showing the development of each forms it move through various periods of English literature and its expansion into global English writing while authors have been named in some instances as representative of form and periods in other cases especially in the 20th and 21st centuries the expansion of the field has meant that individual authors are too numerous to name. Hence certain direction and areas of study have been indicated.

 

 

 

ENG-HC-3026

 

 

American Literature

This paper seeks to acquaint the students with the main currents American literature in its social and cultural contexts. The texts incorporated in the paper are a historical reflection of the growth of American society end of the way the literary imagination has grapples with such growth and change. A study of the paper hence should lead to an acquaintance with American society in its revolutionary stages from the beginning of modernism to the present as well as with exciting generic innovations and developments that have tried to keep pace with social changes.

 

 

ENG-HC-3036

 

 

 

 

British poetry and Drama 17th  18th Centuries

This paper aims to familiarize the students with British literature in the 17th and 18th centuries a time period which such the emergence and establishment of greatly diverse kinds of writing. The selected texts may encourage the students to look at the economic, political and social changes in (primarily) Britian during this period, such as the shifts from the puritan Age to Restoration and Neoclassical periods, . The paper also seeks to familiarize the students with the larger contexts that generated such literature as well as possible impacts of the literature on the society. The significance of the scientific revolution during this period may also be studied in relation to the literary production.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-4016

British literature: The 18th Century

This paper will familiarize with British Literature in the 18th century. This is very interesting Age in which reason rationality dominated. This age saw the publication of some of the best novels and works are nonfictional prose and poetry in the English language, though it was not predominantly age of Drama yet one cannot but pay attention to the few plays of the century. Although the texts in the course are most by men it must be noted that write a number of women Writers were also part of the literary scene. The texts in the course are representative of the age and to some extent representative of the forms as well. The selected texts hope to give the students an overview of the age and the writings that the age produced.

 

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-4026

 

 

 

 

 

The British Romantic literature

The 19th century begins with the triumph of the romantic imagination  expressing itself most memorably in the poetry, burs, wordsworth, colleridge, shelly and keats.The poetry of the age fashions itself partly in revolt to the sprit of the previous age with very different ideas about the relationship between human and nature and the role of the poet taking hold. This paper also include selections from works of major Romantic poets which addresses this issues enabling students to appreciate  the essence  romantic visions. In addition the will read that remarkable oddity. Frankenstein a novel that also illuminates  romanticism from another angle.

 

ENG-HC-4036

 

 

British Literature

The 19th century

The middle and later parts of the 19th century sees the novel coming to its own . Although Jane Austen has already established the prestige of the novel form through her incisive explorations of the complexity of human motive and conduct, especially in their wordly affairs . The texts chosen will expose the students to the ground breaking efforts of the poet as well as to the works of fiction writers who manage to consolidate and refine upon achievement of the novelist of the previous era. Austen to Rossetti represents a remarkable literary development and range of works addressing a very diverse array of social pre-occupation.

 

 

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

                         

 

 

 

ENG-HC-5016

 

 

 

 

 

 

British Literature

The 20th Century

This paper will familiarize the students with the voice of modernism in arts and literature . With its urgent desire to break with the codes and conventions of the past experiments with new forms and idioms and its cosmo politan  willingness to open itself upto influences  coming from others  source. It will also get acquainted with ethos of post modernism through a reading recent and fictional works.

 

 

 

 

ENG-HC-5026

 

 

 

Women’s writings

This paper will familiarize the students to the 19th and 20th century writing by women living in different geographical and socio-cultural settings. Students will get acquainted with the distinct experiences of women articulated in a variety of genres-poetry, novels , short-stories and autobiography.

 

 

        DSE

ENG-HE-5016

History of English literature and forms

      After studying the paper students will acquire a sense of the historical developments of each literary forms. They will gain  under standing of the context in which literary forms of and individual texts as representative of board generic exploration.

 

 

 

ENG-HE-5026

 

 

Modern Indian Writing in English translation

This paper introduce literature in the various Indian languages presents a huge body of work testifying to the diverse cultural and regional pre-occupation in the respective regions these languages belongs to. This paper also attempts to give students an introductory glimpse into this richness and diversity of Indian Literature written in the regional languages.

 

ENG-HC-5036

 

Literature of the Indian diaspora

In the light of global literature today Extensively on ideas of transnationalism exile migration, displacement and so on, literature of diaspora  has come to exert a strong presence in the global scene.

 

ENG-HE-5046

 

 

 

Nineteenth century Realism

 

 

 

 

This paper will provide an interesting and sampling of the tradition that contributed to the growth and consolatation of European realism in the 19th century. Study of these texts will also facilitate the understanding  of the graduates movements towards modernism in the 20th century .

 

 

ENG-HE-5056

 

Literary criticism and literary theory

This paper will familiarize the students with some important texts on literary criticism and literary theory. Beginning from William Words worth preface to the lyrical Ballads. The purpose will be to inform the students on the shifts in literary interpretation and critical approaches to equip them while reading texts across genres.

 

 

 

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ENG-He-5066

 

 

 

 

Science fiction and detective literature

This paper will enable the students to explore the ways in which new narrative possibilities  have emerge due to the human fascination for crime , mystery and improbable occurrences

 

 

ENG-HE-6016

Modern European Drama

This paper will familiarize the students to the innovative, dramatics works of play wrights from different location in Europe .

 

 

       

ENG-HE-6026

 

 

 

 

Post colonial literature

This paper will introduce the students to the European colonialism since the 15th century and the effect of the experience of colonialism around the world even in the post colonialism era.

 

 

DSE

ENG-HE-6016

 

 

 

Literature and cinema

Literature and cinema are two distinct but equally extra ordinary works of art.This paper will also enable the students to understand how the two contributes to each other in terms of cultural interaction.

 

 

ENG-HC-6026

World Literature

This paper will encourage the students to think literally about literature of the world.

 

DSE

ENG-HE-6036

 

Partition Literature

 

This paper will familiarize the students with the impact of partition on human imotion and values

 

ENG-HE-6046

 

Travel Writing

 

 

 

This paper will familiarize the students to explore the ways in which travel writing has been an indispensible part of English literature

 

ENG-HE-6056

Life -writing

This paper will enable to understand the elemant of narrative  inseemingly liner, transparent, straight , forward accounts of lives of significant people set down in menories biographies and letter

 

 

ENG-HE-6066

Writings from North-East India

This paper will familiarize the students with the latest trends in writings by the Authors from North-East India and how they respect this part of India in global scenario.

 

 

Department of Economics

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

 

Specific outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the Student of Economics Regular Course (RC) Classes may be the followings.

  • The Students will acknowledge the Economic behavior of individual economic unit.
  • The students will be able to know the macro-economic structure of an economy.
  • The students will be able to knowhow prices are set under different market structure.
  • The students will be able to learn the role of money and monetary policy in an economy
  • The students will be able to accept the concept of economic development and growth and sustainability and how it is related with macro-economic analysis
  • The students will be able to learn about IS-LM concept.
  • One Students will be capable of how fixed the exchange rate are.
  • The students will be able to learn how inflation, deflation and unemployment affect the economy
  • The Student will be understand about the present position of agricultural, industrial and foreign trade position in India.
  • To understand the how India is related with World Trade Organization.

Paper wise course outcomes

 

     Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Course Outcomes

I

ECO -RC -1016

Principles of micro-

Economics – I

·          To understand fundamental of micro Economics.

·         Introduce the Students with dement and supply and the main forces which

·         Determines the equilibrium position in a market economy.

·         Learning about the consumer behavior and analysing the consumer decision.

·         To it introduction about firms and their decision about optional prod.

·         Use the fundamental  teaching to think about a number of policy question

·         related to the operation of the real economy.

·         To determine the market equilibrium how the student have use the concept

·         of demand and supply.

 

II

ECO – RC – 2016

Principles of micro-

Economics -II

·            To understand about the comparative market structure.

·           To understand how the remuneration of factor prices are distributed among the factor of production

·           To understand about the reasons of marker failure.

·           To understand about the reality of perfect competitive market.

III

ECO – RC – 3016

Principles of macro-

Economics -I

·            How to define and measure the national Income.

·            Express the definition of money, functions of money, types of money and its Role in the economy

·            Explain macro-economic issues such as inflation, unemployment, economic Growth etc.

·            Explain how the govt. interfere on foreign trade, taxes, and other

·            macro-economic issues.

·            Idea about marginal concept of saving, consumption investment etc.

 

III

ECO -SEC-3014

Data Collection and

Presentation

·            Understand about the data collection method to evaluate their accurateness

·            for the research problems

·            To understand the use of  data using computer software like MS word, excel,

·            power point etc.

·            To understand the use of  census method in population census usually

·            Conducted by the govt. of India in every decades.

·            To know about the preparation project works by using the sources of data,

·            Methods of collecting data.

·            To know about the use sample survey when the coverage of data is vast.

·            To know about the questionnaire method when the geographical area is vast.

IV

ECO – RC – 4016

Principles of macro-

Economics – II

·            Interprete macro-economic issues such as foreing exchange balance of pay

·            want position etc.

·            To understand how inflation and unemployment can be analyses under the

·            Theorem of Philips curve .

·            To understand how the savings and investment are related with aggregate

·            Demand.

·            To understand how money market and capital market  as per stock market is

·            Concern.

 

 

IV

ECO-SEC-4014

Data Analysis

·           To understand and develop related programming abilities.

·           Students will demonstrate proficiency in statistical analysis of data.

·           It will be the ability to build and analyse the data based models.

·           It will execute statistical analysis with professional software to students.

·           It will demonstrate skill data management.

V

ECO – RE-5016

Economic Development

And policy India – I

·           Student will be able to evaluate the consequences of economic activities on

·           Intuition, individual etc.

·           To make the awareness among the students about various economic issues in

·           India.

·           Student will be benefited on the economic issues at regional, national and

·           international level.

·           Students will be benefited about various business ideas such as e-commerce.

V

ECO – SEC-50

NB :- syllabus yet to

display

 

VI

ECO – RE-6016

Economic Development

And policy India -II

·            To understand the significance, policies and growth of the agricultural sector.

·            Comprehend the  significance, policies and growth of industrial sector in India.

·            To understand about the balance of payment, balance of trade position, and

·            India is related with world trade organization (WTO)

VI

ECO – SEC-60

NB :- syllabus yet to

display

 

 

  Department of Education

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

Specific outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the students of Education major classes may be cited below:

  1. To understand the scientific foundational theories and principles of
  2. To enable the students to understand the relation between education and psychology and different methods of educational
  3. To acquaint the students with the development of education system in ancient, medieval, colonial and post-colonial period in India along with Assam.
  4. To acquaint the students with education as a social process and how it can be understand from the social
  5. To acquaint the learner with the emerging issues in education like different literacy programmes, women empowerment, Human rights, globalization, vocationalization of secondary
  6. To help the students to acquire knowledge of the concept of measurement and evaluation in education and they will understand the different types of educational tests and their
  7. To enable the students to understand the concept and scope and objectives of Educational Technology like teaching technology, behavioral technology and instructional
  8. To enable the students to understand the concept, scope and importance of environmental education.
  9. To acquire knowledge about the three major philosophies of education — Idealism, Naturalism and Pragmatism and to familarise with the Indian schools of philosophical thought — Vedic, Buddhist and Islamic thought.
  10. To acquaint the students with the teaching learning process, the principles, maxims fundamental of
  11. To enable the students to understand the basic concepts related to development psychology.
  12. To enable the students to understand the concept of continuing education and Distance education and its relevance to the changing
  13. To help the students to understand the meaning and importance of special education on persons with disabilities, education provisions and support services of special
  14. To enable the students to understand the basic              concepts of    management, organization and

COURSE OUTCOME

 

Semester

Course Code

Course Name

                         Course Outcome

I

EDU-HC-1016

Principles of Education

•       To acquaint the students with the sound principles of education

•       To acquaint the students with the important concepts of

Education, Curriculum, Democracy, Discipline and Freedom.

 

 

•       To develop knowledge about different Aims of Education, various types of Curriculum, Correlation of Studies and Forms of Discipline.

•       To familiarize the students with democratic idea of modern education.

EDU-HC-1026

Psychological

Foundations of Education

•       To make the students understand the relationship

between education and psychology and the need of educational psychology in teaching learning process.

•       Describe the nature and theories of learning and role of motivation in learning.

•       Understand the concept of memory, forgetting, attention and interest.

•       Understand intelligence, its theories, measurement, and

concept of emotional intelligence.

EDU-HG-1016

Foundations of

Education

•         To acquaint with the principles of education

•         To gain knowledge about different various Forms and Aims of Education

•         To understand the concept and importance of Discipline and Freedom.

•         To acquire knowledge about the concept of Emotional and        National        Integration and     International

Understanding.

II

EDU-HC-2016

Philosophical

and Sociological Foundations of Education

•         Know the concept of philosophy and its relationship

with education.

•         Understand the educational implications of different Indian schools of philosophy as well as different Western schools of philosophy.

•         Know the concept of sociology and its relationship with education and to develop the understanding about the concept of educational sociology, social groups and

socialisation.

EDU-HC-2026

Development of Education in India

•       Recount the concept of Ancient Indian education system

•       Describe the education system in Ancient India, particularly Vedic Education and examine the education system in Medieval India and education system during

British Period

EDU-HG-2016

Psychology of

Adolescents

•         To enable the students to understand the period of

adolescence

•         To enable the students to understand the significance of the adolescence period in human life and to know about various problems associated with this stage

•         To enable the students to understand the development aspects of adolescence, importance of adolescence

period and problems associated with this stage.

III

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU-HC-3016

Development of Education in India-II

•          Will enable the students to understand the period of educational situation during the time of independence.

•          Recount the concept of different education commission and committees in post independent India.

•          To enable the student to understand the national policy on education in different times and recent educational development in India.

EDU-HC-3026

Educational technology and Teaching method.

•          Will assists the student to understand the objective of educational technology in teaching learning process.

•          To make the understand to the students with innovation in the field of education through technology and various methods and devices of teaching.

•          It will ensure the student to acquire knowledge  about the strategies of effective teaching as a profession.

EDU-HC-3036

Value and teach education

•          Will assists the student to understand the concept and meaning of the value and become aware about the role of educational institutions in building a value based society.

•          To enable the students to understand importance of peace education and its relevance at national and

•          international level and different issues and challenges to imparting peace education.

•          To enable the student to acquired identify the strategies  and skills in promoting peace education in institutional level.

EDU-HG-3016

Guidance and Counselling

•      To enable the students to understand the concept, need,types and importance of guidance & Counselling.

•      To enable the learners to understand the challenges faced by the teacher as guidance worker.

EDU-SE-3014

Public Speaking Skill

•       After completing this course, students will be able to acquire the capacities regarding  public speaking skill.

 

IV

EDU-HC-4016

Great Educational Thinkers

 

•       Enable the students to learn the Philosophy of life of different Educational Thinkers and their works. 

•       Enable the students to learn about the views of thinkers in educational context. 

•       Enable the students to learn about relevance of some of their thoughts at present day context.

EDU-HC-4026

Educational Statistics and Practical

 

•        It will ensure the student to acquire knowledge to   Develop the basic concept of Statistics. 

•       Be acquainted with different statistical procedures used in Education. 

•       Develop the ability to represent educational data through graphs. 

•       Familiarize the students about the Normal Probability Curve and its applications in Education.

EDU-HC-4036

Emerging Issues in Education

 

•       Make the students acquaint with major emerging issues national, state, and local.

•       Acquaint the students with the various issues in education that are emerging in the recent years in the higher education system. 

•       Address the various problems and challenges of education in India at all levels.

 

EDU-HG-4016

History of Education in India

•       Analysis the education system during British Period.

•        Understand the Educational situation during the time of Independence.

•        Explain the recommendations and educational importance of different Education. Commission and Committees in post Independent India. 

•       Analyses the National Policy on Education in different times. 

•       Accommodate with the recent Educational Development in India.

EDU-SE-4014

Writing Biodata and Facing an Interview

 

•       After completing this course, students will be able to write a biodata scientifically and will develop confidence to face different types of interview.

 

V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU-HC-5016

Measurement and Evaluation in Education Practical

•       Enable the students to understand the concept of measurement and evaluation in education. 

•       Intimate the students with the general procedure of test construction and characteristics of a good test. 

•       Develop an understanding of different types of educational tests and their uses. 

•       Intimate the students about personality test, and aptitude tests.

 

EDU-HC-5026

Guidance and Counselling

·         Help the students to understand the concept, need and importance of Guidance and Counselling. 

•       It will ensure the student to acquire knowledge about the different types and approaches to Guidance and  Counselling. 

•      Acquaint the students with the organization of guidance service and school guidance clinic.

•      Enable the learners to understand the challenges faced by the teacher as guidance worker.

 

EDU-HE-5016

Continuing Education

•      Know the concept, objectives, scope and significance of continuing education in the context of present scenario.

•      Understand about different aspects and agencies of continuing education.

•       Realize different methods and techniques as well as issues of continuing education.

•       Know the meaning of open education and realise the importance of open school and open universities in continuing education. 

•      Understand the development of adult education in India, kinds of adult education and different problems of adult education.

EDU-HE-5046

Teacher Education in India

•          Explain the Concept, Scope, Aims & Objectives and Significance of teacher education

•           Acquaint with the development of Teacher Education in India.

•           Acquaint with the different organising bodies of teacher education in India and their functions in preparation of teachers for different levels of education

•           Acquaint with the innovative trends and recent issues in teacher education, and be  able to critically analyse the status of teacher education in India 

•          Understand and conceive the qualities, responsibilities and professional ethics of teachers

VI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU-HC-6016

Education and Development

•       Relation between education and development.

•       Educational development in the post globalization era. 

•       Role of education in community development. 

•       Education for human resource development.

•       Economic and political awareness through education

EDU-HC-6026

Project

•      Explain the process of conducting a Project. 

Prepare a Project Report.

EDU-HE-6016

Mental Health and Hygiene

•       Acquaint with the fundamentals and development of mental health and the characteristics of a mentally healthy person. 

•       Understand the concept and importance of mental hygiene and its relationship with  mental health.

  

•        It will ensure the student to acquire knowledge about the principles, factors promoting mental health and the role of home, school, and society in maintaining proper mental health. 

•       Learn the meaning and problem of adjustment and also the different adjustment mechanisms.

•        Familiarise with the concept and issues of positive psychology, mental health of women, role of WHO and stress management.

 

EDU-HE-6026

Special Education

•      Understand the meaning ad importance of special education 

•      Intimate with the different policies and legislations of special education. 

•      Familiarise the students with the different types of special children with their characteristics. 

•      Will assists the students to know about different issues, educational provisions and support services of special education.

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

Department of Geography

 PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

Specific outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the students of Geography major classes may be   cited below

  1. To understand the scientific foundational theories and principles of
  2. To enable the students to understand the relation between Geography and other social sciences.
  3. To acquaint the students with the development of Geography system in ancient, medieval, colonial and post-colonial period in India along with Assam.
  4. To acquaint the students with Geography as a social process and how it can be understand from the social    
  5. To help the students to acquire knowledge of the concept of measurement and evaluation in        Geography and they will understand the different types of Geographical tests and their
  6. To enable the students to understand the concept and scope and objectives of Geographical Technology like GIS, etc. .

 

  1. To enable the students to understand the concept, scope and importance of environmental Geography.

 

  1. To enable the students to understand the basic    concepts of    management,   organization and                                                             administration in Geographical context.

COURSE OUTCOME

 

Semester

Course Code

 Course Name

Course Outcome

I

GGY-RC-1016

Physical Geography

•       The students will learn that the earth is unstable and it is undergoing constant changes due to dynamic earth’s processes.

•       The students will come to know about the meaning and scope of geomorphology, which a major branch of Physical Geography.

•       After gaining knowledge based on the contents embodied in this paper, the students will be able to realize the importance of geomorphological knowledge as applied in various developmental activities executed on the land and over the earth’s surface.

II

GGY-RC-2016

Human Geography

•       The paper will be useful for students in developing ideas on human-environment issues that geographers usually address in the anthropogenic.

•       The paper will be useful for students preparing for UGC NET/SLET exams and other competitive exams including the civil services.

III

GGY-RC-3016

Economic Geography

•       This paper will be useful for the students in developing understanding on how geographical factors organize economic space, and to acquire knowledge about spatial patterns of various economic activities on the earth.

GGY-SE-3034

Thematic Cartography

•       Understanding the importance of various techniques of preparation of maps in geographical study.

•       General understanding of preparation of different types of plan and maps.

•       An acquaintance of different cartographic techniques for representation of various facets of  earth’s surface.

IV

GGY-RC-4016

Geography of India With Reference N.E. India

•       The paper will be useful for students in developing understanding on Indian geography and its various dimensions.

•       It will also be useful for students preparing for various competitive examinations including civil services.

 

 

 

IV

 

 

 

 

GGY-SE-4024

Surveying Techniques

•       Understanding the importance of various surveying techniques in geographical study

•       General understanding of preparation procedures of different types of plan and map.

•       An acquaintance of different surveying techniques for representation of various spatial objects/Phenomena.

V

GGY-RE-5016

Environmental Geography and Disaster Management

•       The paper will be useful for students in developing ideas on environmental issues including disasters that geographers usually address.

•       The paper will also be useful for students preparing for different competitive exams including the civil services.

GGY-RE-5036

Population and Settlement Geography

•       The paper will be useful for students in developing ideas about spatio-temporal changes in the characteristics of population and settlement and the factors associated with them.

•       The paper will be useful for students preparing for various competitive exams including the civil services.

 

 

 

V

 

 

 

 

GGY-SE-5054

 

Geography of Tourism

•       The paper will be useful for students in developing ideas on how geographical factors tangent on tourism activities and how geographers seek to address issues of development and carrying capacities of varied environments.

•       It will also build skills for students seeking to enroll in a research programme and/or provide openings for them to work with tourism/eco-tourism planning agencies.

 

 

 

 

VI

GGY-RE-6016

Social and Political Geography

•       This course will help equip the students to comprehend various social and political aspects of phenomena and their interface within the realm of geography.

•       The paper will be very useful for students preparing for various competitive examinations including civil services.

GGY-RE-6026

Geography of Resources and Development

•       This paper will be useful to students in developing ideas on different aspects of resources, and the linkages with development issues that geographers usually address.

•       This paper will also be useful for students preparing for different competitive examinations including the civil services.

 

VI

GGY-GE-6036

Geography of Health

•       Understanding of the concept of human health and healthcare from the perspective of geography.

•       Acquiring knowledge about factors influencing human health and occurrence of diseases in varying ecological settings.

•       Providing useful information about the impact of global climate change on human health and occurrence of various diseases in different ecological settings in India.

 

VI

GGY-SE-6054

Environmental Impact Assessment

•       This paper will be useful for students in developing ideas on environmental impact assessment.

•       This paper will also be useful for students who wish to work in environmental organizations, NGOs, environmental policy making, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                          Department of History

 

                                   Programme Specific Outcome

 

Specific Outcome of studying the syllabus prescribed for the students of History may be cited below:

  1. The students will understand about various sources of ancient medieval and modern Indian History as well as the history of Assam and its socio-economic aspects.
  2. The students will understand the rise of Janapadas, Mahajanapadas and the other ethnic dynasties of different states of India.
  3. The students will able to know about the origin, growth and the downfall of the ancient civilizations.
  4. The students will explore the knowledge about the Delhi sultanate, Mughals and rise and fall of Britisher’s.
  5. Will help the students to know about the history of Europe and its transition from medieval to modern age.
  6. Will help the students to know about the arrival of British in India and their expansion and consolidation.
  7. Will help the students to understand the existence of science and technology in pre –colonial India.

 

 

 

 

Course  Outcome

 

Semester

Course Code

 Course Name

Course Outcome

 

 

       

 

 

       I

His-RC-1016

History of India (From the earliest times upto C1206)

 Upon completion of this course students will be able to explain the emergence of states system in North- East India, development of imperial state structure and state formation in South India in the early period. They will be able to understand the changes and transformation in polity, economy and society in early Indian and the linkages developed through contact with the outside world.

 

 

 

 

        II

 

 

 

His-RC-2016

 

 

History of India(C-1206-1757)

 Through this course students will be able to analyse the political and social developments in India between 1206-1757. Students will be able to explain the formation of different states during this period along with their Administrative apparatuses, society, economy and culture of India.                   

 

 

 

      III

 

 

 

His-RC-3016

 

 

 

History of India(C-1257 to 1947)

Upon conclusion of this course students will be able to understand the major factor that led to establishment and consolidation of British rule in India. They will also be able to know the process of growth of resistance against British colonial rule and growth of Indian nationalist movement which ultimately led to the end of the British in the country.

 

 

 

IV

 

 

His-RC-4016

Social and Economic History of Assam

The students will able to explore the knowledge about the socio-economic history of Assam including the development caste system, religious beliefs, agriculture and land system. The students also will be able to know about the social organization, trade and commerce various agricultural revolution, modern industries, development of literature and press etc.

 

 

 

 

  V

 

 

 

His-RE-5016

 

History of Assam (From earliest times- upto  1826  CE)

The paper will give a general outline of the history of Assam from the earliest times to the advent of the British. The students will be able to identify major stages of developments in the political history of Assam from the earliest times to the occupation of Assam by English East- India company.

 

 

 

 

 

V

 

 

 

HIS-RG-5016

(C-1648-1870)

 

History of Europe(c1648-1870)

 

 

After the completion of the course the student will be able to explain the emergence of the system of Europe and the rise of modernity.The students will also be able to analysis the revolutionary changes of Europe that finaly shaped the world.

 

 

VI

 

 

 

HIS-RE-6016

 

 

 

History of Assam(C 1826-1947)

 

 

On completion of this course ,students will be able to describe the period of British rule in Assam. They will also be able to know the development of nationalism in Assam and its role in Indias freedom struggle. The course would  enable the students to analysis the main currents of the political and socio-economic development in Assam during the colonial period in Assam.

 

 

 

VI

 

HIS-RG-6016

 

History of Europe(C 1870-1939)

After completing the course the students will be able to know about major political development in Europe from 1870-1939. They will also be able to explain the of too unified nations of germany and Italy gave rise of intense imperialist contest the world over. The course would also enable the students to analyse the couses and consequences of world war-I and the developments leading to world war-II (1939-1945).

 

 

Department of Mathematics PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

 

  1. Ability to learn algebra, abstract algebra linear algebra &
  2. Ability to understand calculus and differential equation.
  3. Ability to learn Trigonometry, Spherical and astronomy.
  4. Knowledge of coordinate geometry and
  5. Activity to learn real and numerical
  6. Ability to learn rigid dynamics, aydrostatics and mechanics.
  7. Understand the probability and optimization theory of
  8. Knowledge of discrete
  9. Ability to learn and apply the computer programming in C.
  10. Ability to undertake project work.

COURSE OUTCOME

Semester

Course code

Course name

Course outcome

 

I

MAT-HC-1016

Calculus

·          Differentiate & integrate functions to tackle several problems in     studies like life science, physics,

economics, etc.

 

MAT-HC-1026

Algebra

·          The foundational ideas of Mathematics such as relations and functions, complex numbers & basic matrix algebra are taught.

·          Solve system of linear equations required in many

problems of physics.

 

II

MAT-HC-2016

Real Analysis

·          Students are introduced to the concept of real analysis.

·          They can check the convergence of real sequences &

series which are often required in probability theory and other studies.

 

MAT-HC-2026

Differential Equation

·          Solve differential equations and apply the study of

exponential decay model, exponential growth of population, drug assimilation into blood.

 

III

MAT-HC-3016

Theory of Real Functions

·          Learn about continuous and differentiable functions from pure mathematical point of view.

·          L‘Hospital   rules   help   better    handle   difficult

Differentiations.

MAT-HC-3026

Group Theory

·          Introduction to the study of symmetries of a rigid body using group theory.

·          Helps to study atomic models in chemistry and also

to check solvability of a polynomial

 

MAT-HC-3036

Analytic Geometry

·          Analytic study of basic geometric structures such as parabola, hyperbola and their 3-dimensional

analogues

IV

MAT-4016

Multivariation

Calculus

·          Extend one dimensional calculus to two and higher

dimensions.

·          Green‘s theorem, Gauss Divergence theorem applies

to several problems in complex analysis and partial differential equations.

MAT-HC-4026

Numerical

Method

·          Learn about basic numerical ideas as bisection

method to approximate solutions to equations.

·          Learn about computer friendly methods to solve large problems.

MAT-HC-4036

Ring Theory

·          Ring, another abstract algebraic structure that helps better understand polynomials.

V

MAT-HC-5016

Riemann

Integration And Metric Spacse

·          Understand integration as explained by Riemann

and Darboux.

·          Relation between integration and infinite series is also studied.

·          A generalization of distance, named metric is studied and the topology of metric space.

MAT-HC-5026

Linear Algebra

·          Discuss the idea of vector spaces and inner product

spaces.

·          Understand what a linear transformation does

geometrically and link it with the concept of matrices.

VI

MAT-HC-6016

Complex Analysis

·          Discuss calculus in the complex field.

·          Use complex theoretic ideas to solve different real integrals.

MAT-HC-6026

Partial

Differential Equations

·          Learn about various methods of solving PDEs and

use it to solve problems in physics like the motion of a vibrating string.

 

Department of Political Science

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME

As a branch of Social Science, Political Science studies the state, politics and government. It also deals with the analysis of political Systems, the theoretical and practical application to politics and the examination of political behavior. The study of political science may help the students in various aspects.

  1. Political science as a subject acquainted the students to understand various theories of political science and its history and approaches, and an assessment of its critical.
  2. The study of political Science will help the students to know about the constitution of India and how the constitutional provisions are applied in the administrative system of the country. It helps them to know the various rights and Duties of the Citizen.
  3. Political Science is useful to understand the mechanisms of modern governmental systems.
  4. The subject enables the students to understand the various theories of International Relations and dynamics involved with it. The study of Political Science is also useful for understanding both national and international foreign policies.
  5. Political science also deals with various ideals like Rights, Justice, Liberty, Equality,
  6. The subject is also helpful in inculcating democratic values, good citizenship,
  7. With the help of studying Political Science students will able to understand prevailing political culture in a political system and thereby they get themselves acquaint with the political process of the political
  8. The study of Political Science is helpful in understanding the political development that takes place in a particular political
  9. The students get themselves aware about the Human Rights, working of various International Organisations in different field of Human Development through the study of Political Science.
  10. The subject imparts the lesson of co-operation and toleration among the
  11. This subject introduces students to the key debates on the meaning and nature of globalization by addressing its political, economic, social and cultural and technological
  12. The subject provides an introduction to the discipline of Public Administration. It encompasses public administration in its historical context with an emphasis on various classical and contemporary administrative
  13. The subject enables the students to understand the political philosophy of the Indian and western political thinkers and their applicability in present
  14. The subject provides the knowledge of contemporary political Ideologies and issues in the

Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Outcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I

POL-HC-1016

Understanding

Political Theory

The course syllabus is divided into two sections. Section A deals with the idea of political theory, its history and approaches, and an assessment of its Critical and Contemporary trends. On the other hand, Section B is designed to reconcile political theory and Practice through reflections on the ideas and practices related to democracy.

POL-HS-1026

Constitutional Government and Democracy In India

This course acquaints students with the constitutional design of state structures an institutions, and their actual working   overtime.   The   Indian   Constitution accommodates conflicting impulses (of liberty and justice, territorial decentralization and a strong union for instance)   within   itself.   The   course   traces   the embodiment of some of the conflicts in constitutional provisions, and shows how these have played out in political practice. It further encourages a study of state institutions in their mutual interaction, and in interaction with the larger extra-constitutional environment.

II

POL-HC-2016

Political Theory- Concepts and Debates

This course is divided into two sections. Section A helps the student   familiarize   with   the   basic   normative concepts of political theory. Each concept is related to a crucial political issue that requires analysis with the aid of our   conceptual   understanding. This   exercise is designed to encourage critical and reflective analysis and interpretation   of   social   practices   through   the

relevant conceptual toolkit. Section B introduces the students to the important debates in the subject. These debates prompt us to consider that there is no settled way of understanding concepts and that in the light of new insights and challenges, besides newer ways of perceiving and interpreting the world around us, we inaugurate new modes of political debates.

POL-HC-2026

Political Process in India

Actual politics in India diverges quite significantly from constitutional Legal rules. An understanding of the political process thus calls for a different mode of analysis – that offered by political sociology. This course maps the working of modern‘ institutions, premised on the existence of an individuated society, in a context marked by communitarian solidarities, and their mutual transformation thereby. It also familiarizes students with the working of the Indian state, paying attention to the contradictory dynamics of modern state power.

  1. It also provides knowledge in the light of global context to the

COURSE OUTCOME

 

III

POL-HC-3016

Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics

This is a foundational course in comparative politics. The purpose is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. More specifically the course will focus on examining politics in a historical framework while engaging with various themes of comparative analysis

in developed and developing countries.

POL-HC-3026

perspectives on

public administration

The course provides an introduction to the discipline of

public administration. This paper encompasses public administration in its historical context with an emphasis on the various classical and contemporary administrative theories. The course also explores some of the recent trends, including feminism and ecological conservation and how the call for greater democratization is restructuring public administration. The course will also attempt to provide the students a comprehensive     understanding     on     contemporary

administrative developments.

POL-HC-3036

Perspectives on International Relations and World History

This paper seeks to equip students with    the    basic

intellectual tools for understanding International Relations. It introduces students to some of the most important theoretical approaches for studying international relations. The course begins by historically contextualizing the evolution of the international state system before discussing the agency structure problem through the levels-of-analysis approach. After having set the parameters of the debate, students are introduced to different theories in International Relations. It provides a fairly comprehensive overview of the major political developments and events starting from the twentieth century. Students are expected to learn about the key milestones in world history and equip them with the tools to understand and analyze the same from   different perspectives. A key objective of the course is to make students aware of the implicit Euro-centricism of International Relations by highlighting   certain specific   perspectives   from   the Global South.

IV

POL-HC-4016

Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective

In this course students will be trained in the application of comparative methods to the study of politics. The course is comparative in both what we study and how we study. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students to some of the range of issues,

literature, and methods that cover comparative political.

 

 

 

POL-HC-4026

Public Policy and Administration in India

The paper seeks to provide 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. It deals with issues of decentralization, financial management, citizens and administration and social welfare from a non-western perspective.

POL-HC-4036

Global Politics

This course introduces students to the key debates on

the meaning and nature of globalization by addressing its political, economic,   social,   cultural and technological dimensions. In keeping with the most important debates within the globalization discourse, it imparts an understanding of the working of the world economy, its anchors and resistances offered by global social movements while analyzing the changing nature of relationship between the state and trans-national actors and networks. The course also 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.

V

POL-HC-5016

Classical Political

Philosophy

This   course   goes   back   to   Greek   antiquity   and familiarizes students with the manner in which the political questions were first posed. Machiavelli comes as an interlude inaugurating modern politics followed by Hobbes and Locke. This is a basic foundation course for students.

POL-HC-5026

Indian Political

Thought-I

This course introduces the specific elements of Indian

Political Thought spanning over two millennia. The basic focus of study is on individual thinkers whose ideas are however framed by specific themes. The course as a whole is meant to provide a sense of the broad streams of Indian thought while encouraging a specific knowledge of individual thinkers and texts. Selected extracts from some original texts are also given to discuss in class. The list of additional readings is meant for teachers as well as the more

interested students.

VI

POL-HC-6016

Modern Political

Philosophy

Philosophy and politics are closely intertwined. We

explore this convergence by identifying four main tendencies here. Students will be exposed to the manner in which the questions of politics have been posed in terms that have implications for larger questions of thought and existence.

 

 

VI

          POL-HC-6026

Indian Political    

 Thought-II

Based on the study of individual thinkers, the course introduces a wide range of thought and themes that defines the modernity of Indian political thought. The objective is to study general themes that have been produced by thinkers from varied social and temporal contexts. Selected extracts from original texts are also given to discuss in the class. The list of additional readings is meant for teachers as well as the more interested students.

    Signature of Principal