Arts

Studying Arts equips the students for every aspect of life. It enables them to discover their talents, interests and abilities and develop them fully. An Arts degree helps them develop highly sought after skills such as critical thinking, communication, reasoning ability and problem-solving.

FYBA

SEM 1SEM 2
Communication SkillsCommunication Skills
Foundation CourseFoundation Course
GeographyGeography
HindiHindi
Economics / Political Science / HistoryEconomics / Political Science / History
Psychology / Sociology / Hindi Lit.Psychology / Sociology / Hindi Lit.

SYBA

SEM 3SEM 4
Communication Skills Communication Skills
Foundation Course Foundation Course
GeographyGeography
HindiHindi
Economics / Political Science / History Economics / Political Science / History
Psychology / Sociology / Hindi Lit.Psychology / Sociology / Hindi Lit.

TYBA

Subject
Advertising
Comparative Religions
Mass Communication
Stress Management
Social Work & Social Welfare
Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Philosophy
Sociology


MA

Introduction:

MA (Edu) programme would provide learners a wider and more comprehensive understanding of education as field of knowledge and would accommodate a wide variety of learning needs of learners.

 

Master of Arts (Education) is aimed at developing professionals for effective participation in educational actions in different areas of education. The Programme is an innovative Post-Graduate programme in education, which emphasises both disciplinary and professional dimensions of education as an area of study. The target group is a Graduate with or without a degree in education.

 

Subjects:

MA (Economics)

Part I – Semester I & IIPart II – Semester III & IV
1.1 Economic Group I2.1 Economic Group I
Microeconomics – Paper I & IIDevelopment Economics - Paper I & II
Macroeconomics – Paper I & IIPublic Economics - Paper I & II
1.2 Economics Group II2.2 Economics Group II
Agriculture Economics - Paper I & IIAgriculture Economics – Paper III & IV
International Economics - Paper I & IIInternational Economics – Paper III & IV

MA (PYSCHOLOGY):

Semester ISemester II
1. Personality Psychology1. Evolutionary Psychology
2. Cognitive Neuropsychology2. Intervention Systems in Psychology
3. Statistics for Psychology3. Research Methodology for Psychology
4. Experimental Psychology Practical 4. Psychological Assessment Practical

MA (SOCIOLOGY)

Semester ISemester II
Core Courses:Core Courses:
1. Classical Sociological Theory 1. Classical Perspectives on Cultural Anthropology
2. Perspectives on Indian Society2. Methodologies of Social Research
Elective Courses (ANY TWO)Elective Courses (ANY TWO)
1. Gender and Society1. Industry, Labour and Globalisation
2. Population and Society2. Family and Kinship
3. Religion and Society3. Media and Society
4. Sociology of Urbanisation4. Social Movements
5. Sociology of the Informal Sector
Semester III Semester IV
Core Courses:Core Courses:
1. Contemporary Sociological Theories 1. Contemporary Perspectives in Cultural