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COs for Faculty of Arts

Department of Psychology

 

Program Specific

Outcomes (PSOs): PSOs of B.A. Psychology

 

PSO1: Understand the nature and basic concepts of basic psychological processes like perception, attention, learning, memory, forgetting, motivation, emotion and intelligence and their biological bases.

PSO2: Describe the experimental methods involved in the research like identification of the problem, hypothesis, variables and various statistical procedures required for the analysis of the data.

PSO3: Perform tests & experiments in the laboratory in the areas of experimental psychology, social psychology, organizational psychology, psychopathology, personality and coping/management and conduct field surveys.

PSO4: Analyse the conceptual fundamentals of psychopathology, symptoms and etiology.

PSO5: Understand the various aspects of the social processes, their measurement and methods of studying social behavior.

PSO6: Describe the various techniques of psychological measurement.

PSO7: Apply the statistical techniques on the data obtained.

PSO8: Elucidate the various systems of psychology.

PSOs of M.A. Psychology

PSO1: Understand the various cognitive and affective processes, like, learning and memory.

PSO2: Analyse the contemporary issues in social psychology and strategies of management.

PSO3: Determine the statistical solutions of the psychological data on employing various psychological techniques.

PSO4: Describe the methodologies for the conduction of efficient researches.

PSO5: Perform tests & experiments in the laboratory in the areas of experimental psychology, social psychology, organizational psychology, psychopathology and personality.

PSO6: Describe the conceptual and theoretical frameworks for understanding the personality and individual differences.

PSO7: Understand the nature, approaches and process of guidance and counseling.

PSO8: Analysethe assessment techniques of clinical psychology and understand the professional ethics.

PSO9: Describe the various psychotherapeutical approaches employed for the management of psychological problems.

 

 

Course Outcomes

(COs) : In every semester, from the given list (as decided by the University) of practicals, five practicals have to conducted. Credit system is not followed by the University and hence, the present affiliated college also does not follow the credit system.

A)Course outcomes (COs) of B.A(psychology) program are given below:

I)COs of the course " Basic Psychological Processes-I”

CO1 Describe the nature, scope and approaches of studying the basic psychological processes.

CO2 Write down the methods of studying the basic psychological processes.

CO3 Identify the biological systems and their processes influencing the human behavior.

CO4 Describe the types and structure of sense organs; process of sensation and their theories.

CO5 Explain the nature, characteristics and the theories of sensation.

CO6 Write down the meaning, characteristics, types, determinants and fluctuation in attention.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45mins per week

II)COs of the course "Experimental method”

CO1 Define the nature of science and scientific methods

CO2 Write down the steps involved in experimentation

CO3 Describe the formulation of the statement of the problem, its sources, and characteristics.

CO4Define hypothesis, its nature and types.

CO5Write down the meaning and types of variables .

CO6 Explain control, discrete and continuous variables.

CO7 Describe the meaning and purpose of statistics in psychology.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

III)COs of the course " Basic Psychological Processes-II”

CO1 Write down the nature and theories of learning.

CO2 Define memory and forgetting.

CO3 Explain the processes involved in memory and forgetting, methods of measuring retention, types of memory, determinants of forgetting and Zeigarnik effect.

CO4 Describe the meaning and nature of motivation & emotion, their major concepts, types of motivation, physiological changes in emotion & theories of motivation and emotion.

CO5 Write down the definition of intelligence, concept of I.Q., types of intelligence tests and theories of intelligence.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

 

IV)COs of the course "Psychological Statistics” in B.A (II sem)

CO1 Classify the available data, perform the frequency distributions and their graphical representations.

CO2Write down the meaning and applications of mean, median, mode, range, quartile deviation and standard deviation.

CO3 Compute mean, median, mode, range, quartile deviation and standard deviation.

CO4 Explain the concept of correlation.

CO5Compute linear, nonlinear, pearson product moment and spearman’s rank order correlation.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

V)COs of the course " Psychopathology-I”

CO1 Describe the concept of normality and abnormality.

CO2 Write down about the DSM-IV-TR multiaxial system of diagnosing mental disorders.

CO3 Describe the etiology of the mental disorders.

CO4 Explain the psychological models of psychopathology.

CO5 Write down the symptoms, types, etiology and treatment of anxiety and anxiety based disorders.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

 

VI)COs of the course " Social Psychology-I”

CO1 Describe the nature, scope and methods of studying social behavior.

CO2 Write down about the socialization process, its agents and deviation.

CO3 Explain social perception, that is, psychological processes involved in perceiving others (impression formation, stereotypes, biases, attribution and causality) and in perceiving groups (prejudice, stereotypes and conflicts)

CO4 Describe the nature, measurement and antecedent conditions of interpersonal attraction.

CO5 Explain the nature, formation, change and measurement of attitudes.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45mins per week.

VII)COs of the course "Psychopathology-II”

CO1 Discuss the symptoms, types, etiology and treatment of conversion and dissociative disorders.

CO2 Explain the symptoms, types, etiology and treatment of schizophrenia and delusional disorder.

CO3 Describe the symptoms, types, etiology and treatment of manic episode, depressive episode and bipolar affective disorder.

CO4 Write down symptoms, types, etiology and treatment of personality disorders like paranoid, schizoid, antisocial, borderline, avoidant and dependent.

Time Alloted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

VIII)COs of the course "Social Psychology-II”

CO1 Explain group dynamics and its influence, like, social facilitation, social loafing, individuation, group cohesiveness, conformity, obedience, social modeling, norms and decision making.

CO2 Define leadership and discuss its functions, theories and approaches to leadership effectiveness.

CO3 Describe language and social interaction, verbal and non-verbal strategies of communication and barriers in communication.

CO4 Explain the determinants and theories of aggression.

CO5 Discuss the methods of control of aggression.

CO6 Write down about the determinants and theories of the prosocial behavior.

CO7 Explain the bystander effect in helping behavior.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins. per week.

IX)COs of the course "Psychological Measurement”

CO1 Write down the meaning of psychological measurement and its various levels.

CO2 Describe the various scaling techniques, like, ranking, rating and paired comparisons, Likert, Thurston and Guttman scales.

CO3 Define psychological tests and discuss its characteristics and types.

CO4 Explain the steps of test- construction.

CO5 Write down the procedure of standardization of a test and elaborate the concept and estimation of reliability and validity.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

X)COs of the course "Systems of Psychology-I”

CO1 Explain the contribution of Weber, Fechner, Helmholtz, Galton, William James and Cattell in the development of psychology.

CO2 Discuss structuralism and its criticism with emphasis on the contributions of Wundt and Titchner.

CO3 Write down about behaviorism (Watson’s behaviorism), its characteristics and evaluation.

CO4Describe neo-behaviorism and the contributions of Tolman, Guthrie, Hull and Skinner.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

XI)COs of the course "Psychological Statistics” in B.A. (VI sem)

CO1 Explain the concept of probability, characteristics of normal probability curve (NPC), skewness and kurtosis and the applications of NPC.

CO2Describe sampling distribution, standard error of mean, degree of freedom and nature and assumptions of t-distribution.

CO3 Compute t-values for independent and dependent sample, then, interpret the t-values.

CO4 Write down about the Type I and Type II errors in making inferences.

CO5 Describe the nature and assumptions of non-parametric tests and compute chi-square and median test.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week

XII)COs of the course " Systems of Psychology-2”

CO1 Describe the school of Gestalt psychology and the elements of gestalt theory.

CO2 Explain the psychoanalysis and evaluate the psychoanalytic theory.

CO3 Write down about the contributions of Horney, Fromm and Sullivan.

CO4 Describe the field theory of Kurt Levin and Maslow’s need hierarchy theory.

Time Allotted: 3 classes of 45 mins per week.

B)Course outcomes(COs) of M.A(psychology) program are given below:

I)COs of the course " Psychology of cognitive and affective processes”

CO1 Write down about the nature of perception.

CO2 Describe the perception of form, depth, space, time and movement.

CO3 Explain the effect of motivational variables on perception, concept of perceptual vigilance and defense.

CO4 Write down the theories of perception.

CO5 Define motivation and discuss the types of motives and their measurement.

CO6 Explain the theories of motivation.

CO7 Describe the concept of emotion, their measurement and its physiological correlates.

CO8 Write down the various theories of emotion.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

 

II)COs of the course " Contemporary Issues in Social Psychology”

CO1 Explain the present trends in experimental, symbolic and humanistic approaches of social psychology.

CO2 Write down about the status of social psychology in India.

CO3 Describe the theories of social psychology.

CO4 Explain the social motives, like, affiliation, aggression, power and achievement motives.

CO5 Write down about the enculturation process.

CO6 Describe the response to the environmental challenges, noise pollution and atmospheric condition, personal space and territoriality, density and crowding.

CO7 Explain the intervention strategies for environmental management.

CO8 Write down about social disadvantaged groups, its indicators, measurement, psychological consequences, remedial and intervention strategies.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

III)COs of the course " Psychological Statistics” in M.A(Isem)

CO1 Write down the properties and when to use the measures of central tendency.

CO2 Compute mean , median and mode from the given data.

CO3 Write down the properties and when to use the measures of variability.

CO4 Compute quartile deviation, standard deviation and coefficient of variation from the given data.

CO5 Define coefficient of correlation and its types.

CO6 Calculate coefficient of correlation by product moment method, rank order method, Biserial correlation, point biserial correlation, tetrachoric correlation, phi-coefficient and contingency coefficient.

CO7 Write down the meaning and nature of regression.

CO8 Compute regression in score and deviation form.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

IV)COs of the course " Research Methodology-I”

CO1 Write down about the meaning and characteristics of scientific method.

CO2 Describe the nature, purpose and types of psychological research.

CO3 Explain the nature, characteristics, sources and evaluation of research problem.

CO4 Describe the nature, characteristics and functions of hypothesis.

CO5 Explain the nature, meaning, characteristics of variables and different techniques of controlling variables.

CO6 Write down about the nature, purpose, types and criteria of research designs.

CO7 Describe the theoretical aspects of within group, between group, factorial and quasi-experimental design.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

V)COs of the course " Psychology of learning and memory processes”

CO1 Describe the concepts of conditioning, its types and patterns.

CO2 Write down the theories of learning.

CO3 Explain the experimental material, procedures, stage analysis and organizational processes on verbal learning.

CO4 Describe the nature, components, types and information processing models of memory.

CO5 Write down the concept, causes and theories of forgetting.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

VI)COs of the course " Applied Social Psychology”

CO1 Explain the conceptual issues, models, approaches, indicators of health and well-being and also mention its empowerment and management.

CO2 Describe the issues related to social change, psychological approaches, resistance, acculturation, strategies, measurement, psychological consequences and cultural factors in intervention for change.

CO3 Write down about the structure and dynamics of familial, social and intergenerational conflict and also the strategies of conflict resolution.

CO4 Explain the psychological background of the social problems like, poverty, population, gender issues and social violence.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

VII)COs of the course " Applications ofStatistics in Psychology”

CO1 Write down the meaning, importance and properties of normal distribution.

CO2 Describe the divergence from normality and applications of normal probability curve.

CO3 Explain the meaning of statistical inference, levels of significance and errors in inference making.

CO4 Compute t-values from independent and dependent samples.

CO5 Calculate one way and two way analysis of variance.

CO6 Write down about the non parametric tests and compute chi-square, median test and Mann-Whitney u test.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

VIII)COs of the course " Research Methodology-II”

CO1 Differentiate between experimental and non-experimental research.

CO2 Describe the various types of the non-experimental researches, like, survey research, field studies and action research.

CO3 Explain the nature, meaning, methods of cross-cultural research

CO4 Evaluate the conduction of cross-cultural researches.

CO5 Write down the meaning and purpose of sampling.

CO6 Explain the probability and non-probability sampling techniques.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

IX) COs of the course "Conceptual Approaches of Personality”

CO1 Describe the meaning, theoretical approaches and methodological viewpoints towards psychology of personality.

CO2Explain trait and types theories of personality.

CO3 Write down elaborately about the biological, psychological, social, educational and family determinants of personality.

CO4 Describe the motivational and trait dimensions of personality.

CO5 Explain meaning, methods, process and theoretical explanation of personality development.

CO6 Write down about the meaning, nature, determinants and theories of development of self.

CO7 Describe the methods of measuring personality.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

 

X)COs of the course "Psychology of Guidance”

CO1 Define guidance and elaborate its aim, purpose, types and basic principles of guidance.

CO2 Explain the concept of group guidance.

CO3 Write down about the psychological basis of guidance, that is, intelligence, personality, aptitude and interest.

CO4 Describe the importance, scope and problems of vocational and educational guidance programs in school and colleges.

CO5 Explain the techniques of collecting information about the individual for guidance and counseling.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XI)COs of the course " Psychopathology-I”

CO1 Describe the approaches of psychopathology.

CO2 Explain the ICD-10 and DSM-IV (TR) classifications in psychopathological diagnosis.

CO3 Write down the nature, etiology, and symptoms of panic, phobic, generalized anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

CO4 Explain the nature, types, etiology and symptoms of dissociative disorders.

CO5 Describe the nature, types, etiology and symptoms of dissociative disorders.

CO6 Write down about the nature, types and etiology about psychophysiological disorders, like, gatro-intestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular and skin disorder.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XII)COs of the course " Foundations of Clinical Psychology”

CO1 Write down about the brief history, scope, and the nature of clinical psychology.

CO2 Explain the issues in the profession of clinical psychology.

CO3 Describe the motivational, adaptational and ecological perspectives in clinical psychology.

CO4 Explain the meaning, nature, purpose and stages of clinical assessment.

CO5 Describe the meaning, nature, purpose and stages of clinical interview.

CO6 Write down the role of psychological tests in psycho-diagnosis.

CO7 Explain the different tests, WAIS, MMPI, TAT, and Rorschach which are employed in clinical use.

CO8 Write down the meaning, purpose and the techniques of neuropsychological assessment.

CO9 Explain the concept of minimal brain dysfunction.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XIII)COs of the course " Theories of Personality”

CO1 Write down the nature, elements, historical background, criteria of evaluating and basic assumptions of personality theories.

CO2 Describe the various theoretical approaches, psychoanalytic, dispositional, behavioral, phenomenological.

CO3 Explain the techniques of measurement of personality.

CO4 Describe the Indian approaches explaining personality.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XIV)COs of the course " Counselling Psychology”

CO1 Write down the meaning, aim, purpose and characteristics of counseling.

CO2 Describe the areas of counseling like, educational, vocational, family, behavioral, drug addicts, mental retardation, marriage and career counseling.

CO3 Explain the psychoanalytic, client-centered, existential and behavioral approaches to counseling.

CO4 Describe the various stages in the counseling process.

CO5 Explain the nature and purpose of evaluating counseling process.

CO6 Write down the steps in evaluation and outcome research.

CO7 Describe the Follow-up and termination of counseling.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XV)COs of the course " Psychopathology-II”

CO1 Describe the types symptoms and etiology of schizophrenia and paranoia.

CO2 Explain the etiology and symptoms of uni-polar and bi-polar disorders.

CO3 Write down the meaning, types and etiology of personality disorders.

CO4 Describe the etiology of impulsive, control disorders, substance related disorders and sexual disorders.

CO5 Explain the clinical features of organic mental disorders, like, Alzheimer, dementia, delirium, etc.

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

XVI)COs of the course " Psychotherapies”

CO1 Explain the meaning, nature, goals, types and needs of psychotherapy.

CO2 Describe the role of client-therapist relationship.

CO3 Write the meaning, historical perspectives, goals, process and evaluation of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

CO4 Describe the meaning, nature, historical background and various techniques of behavior therapy.

CO5 Explain the meaning, nature, types historical background and various types of cognitive -behavior therapy.

CO6 Write the meaning, goals, process and evaluation of humanistic-existential therapy

Time Allotted: 6 classes of 45 mins per week

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Course Outcome-  B.A.

Courses

Prose till 19th centuryOutcome

CO1- To acquire a sound comprehension of the evolution of Prose.

CO2-  its development in the hands of Bacon in the form of essay.

CO3- Its development in the hands of Addison, Steele, Goldsmith and Swift in the form of periodical essay.

CO4- Its development in the hands of Charles Lamb and Willian Hazlitt in the form of personal essay.

Shakespearean Comedy

CO1- To get a better comprehension of drama.

 CO2- Shakespeare as a dramatist.

CO3-  Elizabethan theatre, response of Elizabethan audience. 

CO4- Shakespearean comedy with special reference to the romantic comedy "Twelfth Night”.

CO5- A better understanding of universality of Shakespeare as a poet dramatist.

Poetry Till 18th century

CO1- To obtain an adequate knowledge of Elizabethan tradition of sonnet writing with special reference to Shakespeare.

CO2- Understanding Metaphysical poetry through the poetry of Donne.

CO3- The difference between Miltonic and Shakespearean sonnet by the study of Milton’s sonnet.

CO4- understating Neo- Classical poetry and its transition to romantic revival trough the study of Pope, Gray and Blake.

Shakespearean tragedy

CO1- To get a better comprehension of drama.

CO2- Shakespeare as a dramatist.

CO3-Elizabethan theatre.

CO4-Response of Elizabethan audience.

CO5-Shakespearean tragedy with special reference to 

"Macbeth”.

CO6-Universality of Shakespeare as a poet dramatist.

19th century poetry

CO1- To get a better understating of romantic revival in poetry with the study of major romantic poets Wordsworth, Keats and Shelley.

CO2-Impact of political and literary revolution on the literature of the time (French revolution, Naturalistic revolution led by Rousseau etc.)

CO3- Studying different phases of social, cultural, political and literary aspects of Victorian era through the poetry of Tennyson, Browning and Arnold.

Fiction: 19th century

CO1- To get a better comprehension of new genre of fiction inthe form of "Regional Novel”, with special reference to "The Mayor of Casterbridge” of Thomas Hardy.

Modern English Prose

CO1- A better exploration of the revival of the periodical and personal essay in the prose writing of the master essayist like Huxley, Lucas, Chesterton, Priestly. Lynd, Gardiner and Max Beerbohm.

CO2- Enjoyment of literature through irony, paradoxes, humour and satire of these modern essayist.

Indian English Fiction

CO1- To get an understating of Indo- Anglican literature with special reference the great regional novelist R.K.Narayan and his "The Guide”.

20th century poetry

CO1- To grow an understating to symbolism, mysticism, movement poetry, religious poetry and other modern trends in poetry of Yeats, Hopkins, Eliot, Auden, Spender and Larkin.

CO2-  To impart knowledge about the revival of metaphysical poetry in works of Eliot, Auden and Yeats.


Drama of Ideas

CO1- An understanding to the history of Problem Plays, concerned with main social problems of the time with special reference to the "Arms and the Man” of G.B. Shaw.

American and Indian English poetry

CO1- To get a better comprehension of literary, social, cultural, biographical and historical backgrounds of the greatest writings in American and Indian- English poetry (Whitman, Dickinson, Frost, Ezekiel, Ramanujam and Kamala Das).

20th century drama

CO1- To get a better understanding of "the Theatre of Absurd”with special reference to Harold Pinter’s "The Caretaker”.

CO2- To get an understanding of "theory of Existentialism”.

Course Outcome-English Language 

 Courses Course Outcomes

 Applied Grammar

CO1-  Development of oral communication skills.

CO2- Students will demonstrate the skills needed to participate in  a conversation that builds knowledge collaboratively.

CO3- Listening carefully and respectfully to others’view points.

CO4- Articulating their own ideas and questions clearly.

CO5- Students will be able to prepare, organise and deliver anengaging oral presentation.

Composition and usages

CO1- Students will become accomplished, active readers who can comprehend ambiguity and complexity.

CO2- Students will articulate their own interpretation with an awareness and curiosity for others’ perspectives.

CO3- Students will be able to write effectively for a variety of professional and social issues.

CO4- They will practice writing as a process of motivated inquiry, engaging other writers’ ideas as they explore and develop their own.

Vocabulary

CO1-  Students will understand, analyse and effectively use the convention of English Language.

CO2- Students will examine how texts function across a range of genres, contexts and cultures.


Course Outcome -   M.A. ENGLISH 

COURSES COURSE OUTCOMES

English Literature (Poetry)CO1- To acquire a sound comprehension of literary, societal, cultural, biographical and historical background of the greatest writings in British Poetry with special reference to the leading poets form Chaucer to 1798, 19th century English poets and 20th century English poets.

CO2- To acquire an understanding to tradition and experiment in poetry.

CO3- To acquire an understanding to the development of poetic diction from the time of Chuacer to modern times.

English Literature (Drama)

CO1- An understanding to the essentials of English drama- Tragedy, Comedy, Historical play, Restoration comedy, Morality play, theatre of the absurd etc- with special reference to the dramatist of Elizabethan, Restoration and modern age.

CO2- To give them an understanding of the historical study of  thegrowth and development of drama from Elizabethan time to modern times.


Non- Fictional prose

CO1- To acquire an understating to the growth and development of essay, periodical essay and personal essay from Bacon to modern time, including M.K. Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj.

English Fictional Prose

CO1- To acquire an understanding to the theory of fiction and growth and development of the English novel from the time of Henry Fielding to the modern time.

American Literature

CO1- To acquire a sound comprehension of literary, societal, cultural, biographical and historical background of the greatest writings inAmerican literature with special reference to the poets and dramatist of 19th and 20th century.

Indian Literature in English

CO1- To acquire a sound comprehension of literary, societal, cultural, biographical and historical background of the greatest writings in Indian literature with special reference to the writers of pre and post- independence era.

Criticism

CO1- To get a better comprehension of types and applications of literary criticism- from the time of Greek critics, neo- Classical critics, romantic critics and modern critics.

CO2- To give them a better understating of the conceptcolonialism and feminism.



Time Allotted- No. of lectures at UG level – 4 classes/day

             Duration- 45 min/lecture

             No. of lectures at PG level- 6 classes/day

             Duration- 45 min/lecture

 

Department of Geography

Course outcome of under graduate programme of geography:-

Sr. no.

B.A. semester/years

Name of the paper

 course outcome

1

I semester

Paper I- physical Geography(35+15)

To understand characteristics and importance of lithosphere hydrosphere and atmosphere of the earth.

 

 

Paper II- Geography of Asia (35+15)

To study physical, political, social and economic phenomena of Asian continent.

 

 

Practical-Basic Cartographic Techniques (50)

To make student understood about different types of scale and their enlargement and reduction.

2

II semester

Paper I-Geomorphology

To study basic concepts, approaches, methodology and theories of landform evolution. As well as to know tectonic and erosion  process of the Geomorphology.

 

 

Paper II-Geography of India

Physical, economic, political, social, cultural study of India as a sub continent.

 

 

Practical- map reading and interpretation

To enhance cartographical knowledge with data interpretation by different statistical methods.

3

III semester

Paper I- Climatology & Biogeography

To understand climatic co-relation with our ecosystem or biomes.

 

 

Paper II- Human Geography

To understand basic concepts of human geography and evolution, growth, distribution of human.

 

 

Practical- Thematic Cartography

To make student eligible to design different types of map as physical map, economic map, population map etc.

4

IV semester

Paper I- Urban Geography

To know about evolution , morphology and classification of urban area.

 

 

Paper II- world Regional Geography (except Asia)

To study about major region of the world as a continent and analyse their status.

 

 

Practical – Surveying

To understand different types of surveying methods of the geography as plane table, prismatic compass and Indian Clinometer. 

5

V semester

Paper I- evaluation of Geographical thought

To synthesis different school of thoughts and their development as a science. 

 

 

Paper II – Oceanography

To know about oceanic world of the earth and their relative phenomena, relief, landforms and chemical composition of the sea.

 

 

Practical Quantitative Techniques

To gain knowledge about making various type of projection and their uses.

6

VI semester

Paper I- Economic Geography

To understand economy and  their relevance in the world with the reference of geography.

 

 

Paper II-Geography of Tourism

To know about tourism with the eye of geographer and study about importance and its development.

 

 

Practical- statistical techniques and geo-informatics

To enhance geo-informatics knowledge by statistical data interpretation.

Course Outcome (COs) of the Post Graduate course of Geography:-


Sr. no.

M.A. semester/years

Name of the paper

Objectives/Programme outcome 

1

I semester

Paper I- physical advances in Geography

To understand fundamentals of physical geography as well as their characteristics  lithosphere, atmosphere and hydrosphere

 

 

Paper II- natural resource  management

To know about basic framework of different resources and their appraisal and management. And resource study by RS and GIS.

 

 

Paper III- Advance geography of India

To study about India by different aspect as a population, agricultural and industrial aspect.

 

 

Paper IV-geography of tourism

To understand concept of tourism and morphology of different resort town. Special reference of environment.

 

 

Practical-

 

2

II semester

Paper I- advance Geomorphology

To know conceptual base of geomorphology by doing study of different types oflandforms  process, theories, and their  application.

 

 

Paper II- urban environment and planning

To interpret urban morphology and its problems with knowing various planning and management.  

 

 

Paper III- Evolution and development of geographical thought

To study about different thought , contemporary trends and recent trends of geography.

 

 

Paper IV- World regional geography

To know different types of regions like physical region, resource region, economic region and their planning techniques for development.

 

 

Practical-  

 

3

III semester

Paper I- environmental management and sustainable development

To identify environmental challenges and their remedies on focusing sustainable development. And their application on mountainous state Uttrakhand.

 

 

Paper II- agricultural geography and agro ecosystem management

 To understand agriculture and their types, techniques and regions. To use planning and management to sustain our agriculture ecology. 

 

 

Paper III-Rural development planning

To develop management skill for rural infrastructure, environment and industrial morphology.

 

 

Paper IV-Climatology and climate change and adaptation

To understand climatic condition, process, types, adaptation and their application.

 

 

Practical

 

4

IV semester

Paper I-advance geography of Uttarakhand

To gain knowledge about Uttarakhand by studying its physical, population, and agricultural aspects and make its future planes to develop.

 

 

Paper II-population geography and human resource development

To develop knowledge about population, demographic condition of human and their planning

 

 

Bio-geography

To enhance knowledge about plant, climate And their bio-diversity to manage various resources.

 

 

GIS and GPS applications

To give geographical knowledge by understanding basics of Remote sensing 

 

 

Practical

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF HOME SCIENCE 

Course outcomes of Family Resource Management

CO1      Introduction to home management meaning , scope, philosophy and role  of home management In family living

CO2      Classify family resources and their management

CO3      Study of motivation for management, origin, classification and steps in management process

CO4      Understanding of concepts of income and expenditure among families

Classes allotted:   2 Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester

 1 practical period of two hour per week over a semester


Course Outcomes of Housing and Interior Decoration

CO1: Describe functions of a house and factors influencing the choice

CO2: Identify the principle underlying the house and planning a house

CO3: Application of principles of planning of arts and design in interior decoration

CO4: Classify furniture their care and arrangement and describe selection and use and care of house hold items

Classes allotted:2 theory class of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                             1 practical of  2 hour per week over a semester.

Course outcomes of Introduction to Textile Science

CO1      Study of fibers, yarn, fabric and their formation.

CO2      Elaborates various equipment, tool and process used in laundry and care of textile.

CO3      Describes the traditional textile of India.

CO4      Identify the cloths labels and their classification.

Classes allotted:  2 Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester                 

                              1 practical period of two hour per week over a semester 

 Course Outcomes of Fabric Formation and Finishes

CO1: Describe the method of fabric formation and understanding of basic weaves and knitting

CO2: Introduction to fabric finishes chemical, mechanical, functional finishes.

CO3: Understanding of adding colour to textile: dyes and their selection

CO5: Describe the design techniques on finished fabric and color fastness

Classes allotted:2 theory class of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                             1 practical of  2 hour per week over a semester

 Course outcomes of Fundamentals of Foods and Nutrition

CO1Elaborates the concepts of food nutrition and function of food.

CO2Describes the importance balance diet and various factors affecting balance diet.

CO3Introduction of need, functions, sources, requirement & effect of deficiency & excess of carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamin & water.

CO4Discusses the concept of micro nutrients, their sources, function, and importance requirement in various stages of human life cycle.

CO5Describe various deficiency diseases due to macro &micro nutrients

CO6Elaborate the concept of food adulteration & food poisoning.

Classes allotted: 2 Theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                           1 Practical period of 2 hours per week over a semester.

Course Outcomes of Food Preservation

CO1: Define cooking its methods and importance and effects of heat on nutrients

CO2: Identify the principles of food preservation its definition and importance

CO3: Describe the preservation by use of heat, cold, and chemical preservatives

CO4: Define fermentation its benefits and role of microorganism

Classes allotted: 2 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                            1 practical of  2 hours per week over a semester

 Course Outcomes of Mother Craft and Child Care

CO1: Identify the biological and physiological feature of women for motherhood

CO2: Define pregnancy prenatal care importance of the mother’s health care

CO3: Describe prenatal development its stages and understanding of neonate and its care, weaning child rearing practices and immunization

CO4: Define infancy/ babyhood and development  occurs in various dimension in infancy

Classes allotted: 1 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                            2 practical of  2 hours per week over a semester

Course Outcomes of Introduction to Clothing Construction

CO1 Introduction to need, importance & functions of clothes.

CO2 Study of various equipment & tools required in garment construction.

CO3 Practical knowledge of basic techniques & its application on garment construction.

CO4 Prepare for fabric layout.

CO5 Prepare garments for infants, preschooler & elementary school child.

CO6 Describe basic principles used in garment construction.

Classes allotted: 1Theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                           2 Practical period of 2 hour per week over a semester.

Course outcomes of Human Development

CO1 Classify the stages of human development.

CO2 Describe the relation between age & domains of development (physical, cognitive, social, emotional, moral etc).

CO3 Identify the role of parents, teachers in different stages of life cycle.

CO4 Discuss the specific problems & adjustment problems faced at different stages of life cycle.

CO5 Understand the role of play in early years of development.

Classes allotted:  2 Theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a year.

                            1 Practical period of 2 hour per week over a year.

 

Course outcomes of Housing and Interior Decoration

CO1      Describe function of a house, influencing the choice size, organization, activities of the family.

CO2      Study of house plans for different income groups.

CO3      Describe house construction, principles of planning a house.

CO4      Describe of furniture selection, care and their arrangement.

CO5      Introduction to elements and principles of art and their application in the interiors for various areas and in private and commercial building.

CO6      Discuss the need and desirability of owning a house, renting and buying.

Classes allotted: 2Theory period of 45 minute per week over a year

                  1 practical period of two hour per week over a year

 

Course outcomes of Family Economics

CO1      Classify of resources, principles in the use of resources, role and scope of resources.

CO2      Classify of income concepts, method of estimation of income

CO3      Describe the law of diminishing and marginal utility and aqua marginal utility.

CO4      Identify the label, packaging, guarantee and brands.

CO5      Describe the consumer protection government, public and private protection

Classes allotted: 4Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester

                             1 Practical period of two hour per week over a semester

 

Course outcomes of food science

CO1: Understanding of cereal pulses and millets its types structure and composition and analyzing the changes in nutritional quality as affected by various food processing techniques

CO2: Define milk and milk products and nuts and oil seeds its processing and effect on nutritional quality

CO3: Describe meat fish poultry and egg and its effect on nutritional quality

CO4: Classify fruits and vegetables, sugar ,spices condiments and beverages and its effect on nutritional quality

CO5: Identify domestic food preservation, its principles and techniques and analyzing the techniques of improving nutritional quality of food

Classes allotted: 4 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                             2 practical classes of  2 hour per week over a semester                                        

 

  Course outcomes of Research Methods & Statistic

CO1 Elaborate the concept, need, approach & types of research in Home Science.

CO2 Describe the process & steps used in scientific research.

CO3 Study the concept of sample, sampling, data collection techniques & tools of data collection.

CO4 Understand the role of statistic in research.

CO5 Analyse the data with the use of statistical techniques (classification, tabulation, mean, median etc).

Classes allotted: 4 Theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                           2 Practical period of 2 hour per week over a semester.

 Course outcomes of Advanced Clothing And Textile

CO1      Classify the natural and synthetic fabric and their physical and chemical properties.

CO2      Describe the special finishes.

CO3      Describe the introduction to textile designs and various design principles.

CO4      Classify of knitting and knitting machines.

CO5      Describe the dyeing and printing techniques and method of dyeing.

CO6      Describe of stain removal of clothes.

Classes allotted:  4Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester            

                             2 practical period of two hour per week over a semester

Course outcomes of Fashion Illustration

CO1      Describe the fashion terminology.

CO2      Classify theories of fashion adoption.

CO3      Describes of fashion and current fashion trends.

CO4      Study of costume designing.

CO5      Describe the basic pattern and its fitting.

CO6      Study of knitting problems in blouses, sleeves and skirts.

Classes allotted: 2Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester

                             4practical period of two hour per week over a semester

Course outcomes of Community Organization and Home Science Extension Education

CO1      Classify community organization, community basic concepts, structure and organization of community family, cast and their characteristics.

CO2      Discuss the current problems over population family and community with reference to hill ecology demographic indicators birth rate mortality and mobility.

CO3      Discuss the dynamics of changes in society, impact of urbanization and industrialization on rural community.

CO4      Introduction to home science need, importance, areas of home science, contribution of home science in different field of development.

CO5      Introduction to home science extension education, history, concept, principles.

Classes allotted:  4Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester                 

                              2 Practical period of two hour per week over a semester

 

 

Course Outcome of Human Physiology

CO1: Understanding physiological process, knowledge of skeleton system , joints and muscular system

CO2: Describe the composition and functions of blood lymph and blood  circulatory system

CO3: Detailed description of physiology of digestion, digestive enzymes functions of liver and absorption from intestine

CO4: Understanding of respiratory system and its mechanism knowledge of physiology of kidney and skin

CO5: Describe endocrinology pregnancy and pertunation

Classes allotted:4 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                             2 practical classes of  2 hour per week over a semester

  Course outcome of Theories of Human Development

CO1 Basic understanding of major concept related to human development, principle of human development.

CO2 Describe the theoretical and research contribution in the study of human development.

CO3 Identify various theories related to the different domains of human development.

CO4 Discuss various dimension in relation to life span & cultural context perspective in human development.

Classes allotted: 4 theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

Course Outcomes of Life Span Development

CO1: Describe prenatal development stages birth processes and complications

CO2: Define infancy and various development dimensions takes place in infancy

 CO3: Describe early and middle childhood and various development dimensions takes places in childhood

CO4: Write down adolescence and various development in adolescence and vocational interest and understand juvenile delinquency

CO5: Understand mental development intellectual deviation and mental hygiene

CO6: Define adulthood and middle adulthood and changes occurs in adulthood

CO7: Describe old age and maturity and various changes occur in old age special need of elderly and knowledge of status of aged in India and helping the aged

Classes allotted: 6 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

Course Outcomes of Human Nutrition and Diet Therapy

CO1: Understanding nutrients in food their functions, analyze the effect of low and excess intakes of nutrients on human body energy requirement BMR RDA

CO2: Methods of assessment of nutritional status

CO3: Understanding of BMR diet therapy and role of dietician and dietetic counseling

CO4: Define therapeutic modification of normal diet food exchange list and principle od dietetic management of chronically ill patients

CO5: Describe symptoms and principles of dietetic management of various diseases such as fever peptic ulcer jaundice hepatitis diarrhea cardio vascular disease diabetes mellitus  allergy AIDS and burn

Classes allotted: 4 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                             2 practical classes of  2 hour per week over a semester

Course outcomes of Apparel Designing

CO1 Elaborate the elements & principles of designing used in garment construction.

CO2 Practical knowledge related to sewing machine, its use & care.

CO3 Prepare garments for various age group by using general construction techniques.

CO4 Describe the process of garment construction step by step.

Classes allotted: 2 theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                           4 practical period of 2 hour per week over a semester

 

 

 

 Course outcomes of Communication Process

CO1 Basic understanding of the concepts, process, functions, problems & barriers of communications & models related communication.

CO2 Differentiate between projected & non-projected communication aids used in the field work.

CO3 Preparation of audio visual aids & its importance in communication.

CO4 Describes the concepts & elements of diffusion of innovation, attributes of innovation & decision making process.

CO5 Elaborate the process of program planning & different government programs for the welfare of community.

Classes allotted: 3theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester.

                          2 practical period of 2 hour per week over a semester.

 

Course outcomes of Housing and Interior Decoration

CO1   Introduction to interior decoration, importance of interior planning and decoration.

CO2   Planning principles for specific areas.

CO3   Describes the elements of art and principles of design.

CO4   Identity colour, properties of colour, hue, value and intensity, colour schemes.

CO5   Classify furniture, types of material selection and arrangement, wall and wall covering.

CO6   Describe the light sources, developing light plans for different areas.

CO7   Study of decorative accessories for interiors.

Classes allotted: 4Theory period of 45 minute per week over a semester

                             2 Practical period of two hour per week over a semester

  

 

Course Outcomes of Entrepreneurship

CO1: Define entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship development and employment promotion

CO2: Describe entrepreneur and enterprise entrepreneurial qualities environment scanning and types of opportunity and profiling opportunity

CO3: Understanding infrastructure and support system, steps involved in setting up an enterprise

CO4: Write down project planning market survey product development product selection and preparation of project report

CO5: Understanding enterprise management such as personnel product material financial market and crises management

Classes allotted: 6 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

 Course outcomes of Community Nutrition and Public Health

CO1 Elaborate the objectives, need & importance of community nutrition programs.

CO2 Identify the nutritional problems prevails in the community.

CO3 Describe various nutritional programs run by the government for the welfare of community.

CO4   Knowledge of government and non- government organization. National and international agencies works for eradication of nutritional problems all over the world.

CO5 Study the terms of health demographics & its use in evaluation of community health.

CO6 Study the symptoms, cause of infectious disease.

Classes allotted: 4 Theory periods of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                           2 Practical period of 2 hour per week over a semester

Course Outcomes of Indian Embroidery & Textile

CO1      Understanding of traditional woven textile and woven shwalls of different states

CO2      Describe printed and painted textiles

CO3      Describe embroidery stitches used in traditional Indian embroideries.

CO4      Study the traditional designs and motifs.

CO5      Elaborate traditional costumes of different states in India.

Classes allotted:4 theory classes of 45 minutes per week over a semester

                            2 practical classes of  2 hour per week over a semester

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES

M.A. / M.Sc. Semester I       Paper I: Military History of India   

 Co1. Military system in Vedic and Epic Age (1500-600 BC).

Co2.     Battle of Hydaspes (260 BC).

Co3.     Warfare and Military Organization (660-185 BC) and Kautilya Philosophy of War.

Co4.    Changes in Hindu Military system and Art of Warfare during the Age of Gupta and Harsh                 

             Vardhana (185 BC to 647 A.D.).

Co5.    Arab and Turk invasion of India and new trends in Warfare. Rajput Military system and art

            of warfare with special reference to the battle of TARRAIN (1191-92 A.D.).

Co6.     Military system of the Delhi Sultanate (1206 to 1520 A.D.).

Co7    The development in Mughal. Military system and changes in the art of Warfare

           (1526 to 1707 A.D.) With special reference to the Battles of PANIPAT and KHANWA, causes  

            Of the failure of Mughal Military system.

Co8.   Maratha Military system, with special reference to the Third Battle of PANIPAT 1761 A.D.

Co9.   Military system and pattern of Warfare of SIKH ARMY. ANGLO-SIKH.

            Warfare with reference to the Battle of ASSAYE (1803 A.D.) and SOBRAON (1846 A.D.)

Co10.   Development of the presidency armies under the East India Company.

 

COURSE

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Military History of India   

After completing the course students will able to analyze to military history of India from Ancient to modern age.

 

 

PAPER-II: National Security of India                                                            

SECTION-A

Co1. Concept of National Security with reference to the contemporary thinking.

Co2. Power Theories:

(a). The Imprecision of Power as a concept.

(b) Attempt of Operationalize the Definition of Power.

(c) The power profile of Nation States.

(d) The Tangible elements of Power.

Geo, population, territory, natural resources and industrial capacity, agricultural capacity and military strength and credibility.

Intangible Elements of Power.

(a) Leadership.

        Bureaucratic Organizational efficiency.

        Type of Government

        Social cohesiveness, reputation, foreign support and dependency, accidents.

Co3.  Alternative Models of International Security.

(i) Balance of Power.

(ii) Collective Security.

(iii) Collective Defence.

(iv)Non-alignment.

Co4.  Arms proliferation as a constraint in national, regional and international security.

    Prospects for arms control.

Co5.  International Terrorism:

Co6.  Insurgency and Country-insurgency:

Co7.  Linkages between foreign and defence polices and the domestic developments.

SECTION-B

Co8.  Problems and policy of India’s security and defence in pre-independence period.

Co9.  India’s quest for security, problems, foreign and defence policies and postures with reference to 1962 conflict, Kutch Dispute 1965 conflict, 1971 war and after.

Co10.  (i) Pakistan Nuclear Policy and its implication on India’s Security.

    (ii) India-China relations with special reference to 1962 conflict; India-China boundary dispute and post 1962 development. India’s relations with Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Burma.

  (iii) Role of Super and Major Powers in South-Asian strategic environment and its impact on India’s security.

  (iv) Role of SAARC as a model for regional security.

Co11. India’s Nuclear Policy.

(i)                  Scientific and Technological development.

(ii)                Developments in the Nuclear field in Third World and its security implication for India.

(iii)               India’s Nuclear Relations with great power.]

Co12.  Internal Security of India.

            Socio, economic, political, scientific and Technological, Military and allied aspects.

Co13.  Security problems in different region of India with special reference to Insurgency

and counter Insurgency.

a. India in the strategic environment of Indian Ocean.

b. Civil-Military relations and its implications for security and defence.

        c. India’s defence and Military preparedness.

        d. India’s strategy for naval security.

COURSE

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National Security of India                                                            

 

After study this paper student will able to understand the concept of security and strategic environment of India and will be helpful in building of push opinion

 

 

Paper 3 – Disaster Management, Risk Reduction and National Security

Paper 3 Co1.Co1. Conceptual Framework of Disaster:

(a) Definition of Disaster

(b) Relationship among risk, Hazard and Disaster

Co2.   Types of Disaster

                   (a)    Natural (b) Manmade (c) Social and economic vulnerability due to disaster

Co3.   Earthquakes as a natural disaster

  (a) What are earthquake.

  (b) Effect of earthquake.

 (c)  Earthquake zonation of India.

 (d)   Major occurrence of earthquakes in India.

Co4.  Flood and drought as natural disaster

(a)What are flood and droughts?

(b) Effect of flood and droughts.

(c) Major flood and droughts prone area in India.

  Co5. Wind storms and cyclones as natural disaster

  (a) What are wind storm and cyclones?

(b) Causes, effects of wind storm and cyclones

(c) Major wind storm and cyclones prone in India

Co6. Effect of global warming and environmental disasters

                     (a) Melting of glaciers

                     (b) Ozone depletion

                     (c) Deforestation

              (d) Sea rise

Co7. Disaster and security

             (a) War as manmade disaster

             (b) Terrorism as manmade disaster

             (c) Riots as manmade disaster

              (d) Industrial & technological disaster

              (e) NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical disaster)

Co8. Disaster management, risk reduction & development

              (a) Disaster management cycle

             (b) Role of community in disaster management & risk reduction

             (c) Role of public & private sector

             (d) Disaster & development

 

Co9. Disaster management in India

             (a) Disaster management act 1995

             (b) Disaster management structure at national, state & local level

             (c) Post disaster management, Rehabilitation & Reconstruction

               (d) Disaster management the main stream of national planning

COURSE

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Disaster Management, Risk Reduction and National Security

After completing the study students will be very helpful during disaster in India like flood earthquake etc.

 

 

Paper IV-International Law

Co1.Introduction

1. Nature and Definition of International Law.

2. Sources and historical development in International Law.

3. Subject of International Law.

4. Codification of International Law.

5. Relations between International Law and National Law.

6. International Law and the Third Word Perspective.

Co2. The low of Peace

1. Concept of States and its Types.

2. Right of Self-Defence.

3. Recognition of States.

4. Intervention.

5. State of Succession.

6. Responsibility of State.

7. State Jurisdiction.

8. International Terrorism and International Law.

9. U.N. Organization and Role.

10. Nationality.

11. Treaties.

Co3. The law of Neutrality.

1. Definition if Neutrality its characteristics; Relation between Belligerents and Neutral State; Rights and duties of Neutral State.

2. Blockade: Definition, Breach of Blockade; Penalties of Breach .the long distance blockade.

3. Contraband. Meaning and definition; Absolute and conditional Contraband.

4. Rights of Belligerents. The Right of Angry, The Right if Visit and Search.

COURSE

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International Law

Students will be aware like human right and; laws of war and foreign policies of India

 

 

M.A./M.Sc.  SEMESTER-2 International Relations’ Since 1945 to Date

 

Co1. Theories and Concepts

(i) Realist and Idealist theories

(ii) System theory

(iii) Decision making theory

(iv) Communication Theory

(v) Game theory

(vi) Power and national interest

(vii) Ideology and Foreign Policy

(viii) Scientific methods and its application

Co2. Problems of War and Security

(i)  War and Politics

(ii) War as an Instrument of National Policy

(iii) North- South Conflict

(iv) Pacific Settlement of Disputes and Collective Security System

(v) Impact of science and technology on international relations

(vi) Nuclear weapons and their impact on international relations

(vii) Regional organizations (SAARC, EEC,ASEAN) Arab-Israel and Indo Pakistan Conflicts.

(viii) Non-Proliferation and C.T.B.T

(ix) Regional conflicts and role of U.N.

(x) Peace keeping in international politics

Co3. India and World Affairs

(i) Main Features of Indian Foreign policy (in brief)

(ii) India’s Security Policy- National and International

(iii) Development of International Relations between India and Super power and Neighbouring Countries

Co4. Issues in conflict resolution

(i) Principle of strategy

(ii) Conventional Deterrence in Nuclear Age

(iii) Doctrines of Nuclear Strategy

(iv) Low Intensity Warfare

(v) Arms Aid and Trade

COURSE

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International Relations’ Since 1945 to Date

After study students will be up to date in the International relations, power politics, NAM, Cold war nuclear deterrence and panchseel etc.

 

 

Paper 2- Disarmament & Arms Control

Co1. Basic Concepts and Theory

     (i) Concepts of Disarmament & Arms Control

      (ii) Objectives and conditions of Disarmament

       (iii) Elements of Arms Control Mechanism: Agreements, Verification, inspection, control

    (iv) Approaches to disarmament & arms control

Co2. Historical Survey of Disarmament Efforts:

    (i) Under the League of Nations

    (ii) Under the United Nations

     (iii) Unilateral, Bilateral and Multilateral approaches

   (iv) Role of Non-aligned Nations in Disarmament Negotiations

Co3. Weapons of Mass Destruction- Nuclear Weapons, Chemical Biological weapons

Co4. Traditional Arms Control and Disarmament- Nuclear Arms Limitation Nuclear Arms Control Treaties.

Co5. Chemical and Biological Weapons Convention

Co6. Concept of Nonproliferation, Nonproliferation Treaty, CTBT, PTBT & other treaties.

Co7. Nuclear Export Control Regimes

Co8. New Challenges and Responses- Will the New and Existing Arrangements Be Enough?

Co9. New Challenges and Responses- Missile Defense, Cooperative Threat Reduction and G-8 Global Partnership

Co10. National Policies in Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation-United States, Russia, China, UK, France.

Co11. National Policies and Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation-India and Pakistan, North Korea, Iran and Iraq

Co12. Prospects of Abolition of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Co13. Disarmament & Arms Control and Economic Development

Co14. Linkages between Civil Nuclear Programme and Weapons Proliferation

Co15. Terrorism and Nuclear Proliferation

Co16. Concept of Star Wars and NMD

Co17. Concept and Theory of Deterence: Nuclear and Conventional

COURSE

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Disarmament & Arms Control

Student will be aware about the weapons of mass destruction and get knowledge about N.P.T, PTBT, SALT, INF and CTBT etc.

 

 

                                          PAPER 3-Strategic Thoughts

 

Co1.   Kautilya Philosophy of war, Mandal Theory

Co2.  Frederick the great the renaissance of the art of war from Dynastic to national war

Co3.   Clausewitz On war, war & its relationship with politics, Strategy & Tactics

Co4.   Jomini Concept of mass army; Strategy, Tactics & Logistics

Co5. Engels & Marx, Soviet concept of war & revolution Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, V.D.Sokolovski

Co6. Moltke & schlieffen the prussion-german school of strategic Thought

Co7. Foch the French School of strategic thought

Co8. Ludendorff & Hitler German concept of total war

Co9. Liddle Hart & Concept of mobile warfare, advent of JFC Fuller tanks

Co10. A.T.Mahan Theory of Sea power & Naval strategy

Co11. Halford Mackinder Heartland theory

Co12. Douhet, Mitchel Theories of air warfare & Servesky

Co13. Mao Tse Tung Chinese concept of war, strategy & tactics      

 

 

COURSE

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              Strategic Thoughts

After study the students will able about the evolution of strategic Thought and their role in modern war special in India

 

 

PAPER 4- Civil & Military Relation

Co1 .The concept of civil & military relation

(a)The military professionalism Origin & development of military professionalism in the following countries

GERMANY

FRANCE

 UK

(b) Impact of social & technological changes in the military professionalism since 1945.

Co2. Military Intervention

(a) The political strength of the military.

(b) The political weakness of the military.

(c The disposition of military to intervene in politics.

(d) The opportunity of military to intervene in politics.

(e) The levels of military intervention in politics.

Co3. The Structure of Defence Organization in the following countries

U.S.A

U.K

INDIA

(a) Development of civil-military relationship in the following countries since 1945

U.S.A

U.K

INDIA

(b) Civil-Military Relationship changing concept

 Co4.  Crisis management, Higher Direction:

            1962, 1965, 1971 & Kargil war 1999

                                                            

COURSE

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Civil & Military Relation

Students will prepare for the civil role in military affairs and will be able to understand the role of society in military affairs.

 

 

            M.A./ M.SC. SEMESTER 3

            PAPER I- Insurgency and Counter Insurgency

Co1. Revolutionary Wars and Guerrilla Warfare

Co2. History of Guerrilla warfare

Co3. Theory of Guerrilla warfare

Co4. Unconventional Warfare in the nuclear era

Co5. Three intangibles time; space and will

Co6. Characteristics of Guerrilla Warfare

Co7. Special criteria governing Guerrilla warfare

Co8. Environment; unity of movement; community support security; division of function and proximity

Co9. Strategy and tactics of guerrilla warfare

Co10. Thoughts of Lenin. Mao-tse-tung and cheguevara. Modern concepts. Urban guerrilla and its philosophers’

Co11. Insurgency and counter insurgency in the mountains of indo-china and Vietnam

Co12. Problems of insurgency and counter-insurgency in India

Co13. Causes and examples of insurgency in the developing countries

COURSE

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Insurgency and Counter Insurgency

Insurgency is a biggest challenge in India. After study they will be very helpful in the formulation of counter strategy Insurgency affairs.

 

PAPER 2 – Science, Technology & National Security

C01.  The age of gun powder & the beginning of modern warfare up to Napoleon era:-                                                                    

                       (a) Small arms  (b) Artillery  (c) Naval Weapons (d) Strategy & Tactics on land & sea (e) Strategy &  

                       Tactics on land & sea during Napoleon Era (f) Evolution of Air Power

Co2.  Impact of S & T before World War 1

a)       Emergence  of professional army & military theory

b)       Weapons & Tactics on Land

c)       Weapons & Tactics on sea

d)       Introduction of Aerial Weapons & concept of Air Power 

Co3.World War 1 & The era of total wars

a)       Weapons, doctrines & tactics on land.

b)       Revolution in Arms &  technical  Advances in land  warfare

c)       Weapons & Tactics in sea warfare

d)       Weapons & Tactics in Air warfare- the concept of Flights Triumph.

e)       Technological development between the World War 1 & 2 in Land, Sea & Air

CO4. World War 2 & the dawn of Nuclear Era.

a)        Introduction of Hi-Tech weapons- Missiles, submarines etc.

b)        The Birth on Nuclear Weapons & Nuclear Doctrines

c)        Revolution in delivery systems- introduction to various kinds of Missiles- ICBM, SLBM etc.

Co5. Revolution in military affairs & its impact on weapons & warfare & National security

a)       Emergence of new technologies

b)       Revolution in Small Arm in Low Intensity conflicts

c)       Emergence of Improvised Explosive Devices   (IED) & its Impact on LIC

1.       Electronic Warfare & its impact

2.       Information Warfare

3.       Chemical & Biological  Weapons

 

COURSE

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Science, Technology & National Security

After completing course students will be at aware about role of science and technology in war and development of a nation.

 

 

PAPER 3- Conflict & Peace Studies

 

 

Co 1:   Peace & Conflict studies Concept & theories of conflict revolutions Origin, Types & structure of conflicts &  

            at inter & interstate Levels

              CO 2:  Technique of Conflicts Resolution, Conflicts Prevention 

                          (A) Collective Security

                          (B) Pacific settlement

                          (C) Enforcement action

                          (D) Regional security

                          (E) Disarmament

              Co 3:Conflict management

                       (a)Pacific solution

                       (b)Coercive method

                       (c) War as an instrument

              Co 4:  Pacific Settlement of Disputes

                        (a)Peace keeping, peacemaking & adjudication

                        (b)Role of INGOs & NGOs in conflict resolutions

              Co 5:  Conflicts & Role of United Nations

              Co 6:  Confidence Building Measures, kinds & utility

              Co 7:  Comprehensive security and human security.

 

COURSE

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Science, Technology & National Security

After completing course students will be at aware about role of science and technology in war and development of a nation.

 

 

 

              PAPER 4 – Politics & Security of Indian Ocean

        Co1.   Indian Ocean region as a concept & reality.

        Co2. Coastal state, hinterland state & islands:

           (A)The Political characteristics of the region

           (B)demographic survey

           (C)The sub regions

   Co3. Political, Strategic, Economic & Military importance of Indian Ocean

          (A)Ideologies in Indian Ocean

           (B)Economics & Strategic interdependence of the region

           (C)Super power Vs Middle power & millitization of the region.

           (D)Strategic Importance of the region : Military & Economical

        Co4. Sub- regional Perspectives:

         (A)Persian Gulf

         (B)Red Sea & Horn of  Africa

         (C)Eastern & Southern Africa

         (D)South Asia

         (E)Australia & eastern Approaches

  Co5. Interests of External Powers: USA, Russia, China, Japan, Western Europe

               Co6. Future trends & prospects of security in the region

               Co7. Indian Ocean as a Zone of peace

               Co8. Development of New marine technologies

               Co9. Maritime Strategy of India.

               Co10.Prospects of co-operation in the Indian Ocean Region

               C011.Concept of RIM & Indian Ocean

Co12.Naval bases in the Indian Ocean Area during the cold war & after.

               Co13.Impact of the Globalization on the region.

               Co14.Major Sea routes in the region

COURSE

CORSE OUT COME

 

        Politics & Security of Indian Ocean

After study students will be very helpful in establishing the peace in the security and in nation

 

M.A./ M.SC. SEMESTER 4

PAPER – 1   Defence Economics

Co1.   Introduction

a)        Contemporary Economics system

b)        National resources in Economics & War management

c)      Assessing economics & war potential of the developing & developed countries

d)      Role of technology, Research & development

Co2.  General problem of optimization:

a)        Elementary Game Theory

b)        Cost benefits theory.

c)        Economics & defence planning: Problems of Defence in relation to limitation of resources.

 

Co3. Defence Budgeting:

a)        Simple National Income Analysis

b)        Determinants of Defence Budget.

c)        Defence & Development

d)        Defence as an Economic problem

e)        Economics of Conventional Vs Nuclear weapons systems

f)         Analysis of defence budget in INDIA since 1974

 

Co4. Mobilization of Resource for Defence:

(a)  Domestic Resources for Defence.

(1)  Direct Methods:

Increasing duration of working hours, additional     employment, wages & income freeze, consumption & controls.

(2)  Fiscal & monetary method Taxation & borrowing & deficit financing                                

(3)  Economic implication of technical aspect of defence production of India

            (b) Foreign resources:

Role of private foreign capital

Role of foreign capital through government institution

Problem of imported technology in defence production

Co5.   Defence production organization & role of directorate general of Ordinance factories & various        

    Departmental factories. The part played by private sector & public sector the role of range of foreign

        Collaboration. The part played by Research & Development in defence production self reliance in

      defence production

Co6. Wartime Mobilization:

a)        Priority transfer of resources

b)        Emergency in the nature of the above mentioned problems

c)      Techniques of control & rationing with reference to production consumption &

 distribution

Co7.Economic warfare- Its techniques:

a)        Scope & content of economic warfare.

b)        Denial of resource of the enemy

c)        The role of Foreign Aid.

 

Co8.  Effects of War

a)        Problem of an Inflationary economy

b)        Problem of balance of payments.

c)       The danger of exhaustion of economic resources & solution

 

 

Co9.Problems of reconstruction:

a)        Problems of reconstruction & rehabilitation.

b)        Institutional, technological & industrial development due to war.

c)        Economics of military alliances.

d)        Economics of disarmament.

 

 

COURSE

COURSE OUT COME

Defence Economics

Economy plays a crucial role in strategy of a nation after study students can play important role in Indian economy

 

 

Paper II:  Geo-Politics and Military Geography                  

Co1.Scope and Importance of geopolitics

Co2.Evolution of Geopolitical Thought since the 19th Century: (a) Organic Theory of State (b) Sea Power Theory, (c) land Power Theory, (d) Rim Land Theory, (e) German Geopolitics

Co3.Geopolitics during the Cold War Period: (a) Cold War relevance of Heartland Theory, (b) Four Dimensional World

Co4.Geopolitics in the post cold war era.

Co5.Role of Geography in Military applications

Co6.Man and Environment: (a) determinism, (b) Positivism

Co7.Importance and Scope of Logistics: (a) Resources, (b) Industries, (c) Supply Chain, (d) Transportation and Communication

Co8. Planning Process and Principles of Strategic Geography

Co9Role of Geography in land Warfare

Co10Role of Geography in Sea Warfare

Co11.Role of Geography in Air Warfare

Co12.Weather conditions of Sea as factors in amphibious and airborne Operations.

Co13.Military Geography of India and Defence Problems: (a) India’s boundaries, terrain in border areas, weather and communication, (b) Population in border areas and its implication to border security

Co14. Remote Sensing: Role of Remote Sensing in Development and National Security

COURSE

COURSE OUT COME

Geo-Politics and Military Geography

After study skilled students can play a role in formulation of Geo-political strategy

 

 

Paper-III: Defence Psychology

 Co 1. Psychology and soldier

(A) Demension of behaviour, motivation, and affective and cognitive process. Relevance of Psychology in Defence problems.

(B) Personnal selection and classification for defence services, use of intelligence test-group testing procedures and elementary personality testing.

(C) Application of Principles of Psychology in military training, motivation, learning.

(D) Factors in adjustment during Army Life-Defence. Escape and Psychological mechanism.

(E) Problems of adjustment of the ex-soldiers.

Co 2. Ergonomics

Concept, importance and the general principle of Human Engineering,

Display and control problems and Man-Machine System.

Co 3. Group Dynamics in military Life

(A) Group Structures, types and their functions Formation of social norms. Group problem solving.

(B) Leadership-Nature of leadership, Function of leader. Emergence of a leader. Types of leadership. Leader training.

(C) Morale-Nature determinants and techniques of boosting morale. Its significance in defence.

(D) Attitude-Attitude organization. Impact of Military life on the formation of attitudes change.

Co4. Psychological warfare

 

(A) Nature, type, organization and techniques of Military propaganda.

(B) Structure, Theories and Techniques of coercive persuasion.

(c) Psychology of rumor-Nature techniques and its merit and demerits. Its impact on war and society.

Co5. Mental Disorders of warfare

(A) Mental health and soldier in war.

(B) Psychological disorders and emotional strains imposed by war- conversion Hysteria. Anxiety and war neurosis.

(C) Predisposing conditions and methods of treatment.

(D) Impact of nuclear and biological warfare.           

COURSE

COURSE OUT COME

Defence Psychology

Students will prepare for their utility in maintaining the national morale, national character and patriotism

 

 

PAPER 4 - Area Studies of South Asia in the context of any two

                    Selected countries

Co1.Geographical Position.

Co2.Political position

Co3.Social & cultural position

Co4.Terrorist Activities

Co5.Nuxalite Movement

Co6. Extremist Movement

Co7. Border Area Dispute

Co8. Strategic importance of Indian Ocean

Co9. Strategic importance of Himalaya

Co10. Nuclear Programmers for Military & Peaceful Purpose

Co11.Relation of Super Powers

Co12. Natural resources.

COURSE

COURSE OUT COME

Area Studies of South Asia in the context of any two

                    Selected countries

After completing the course students will able to understand the culture, strategy, economy, politics trade strategy of their neighbors.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Programme specific outcome:

B.A

PSO1. Explain in details the basic principles of Political Science.

PSO2. Understanding the theory and practices of Modern Governments.

PSO3. Knowledge and understanding of Political Theory.

PSO4. Detailed study of the major constitutions of the World.

PSO5. Study of the foundations of Western Political Thought.

PSO6. Understanding major political ideologies.

PSO7. Explaining the foundations of Indian Political Thought.

PSO8. A detailed study of the Indian Government and Politics.

PSO9. Providing knowledge about the theory of International Politcs.

PSO10. Providing knowledge about the elements of Public Administration.

PSO11. Study of the current issues in International Politics.

PSO12. Knowledge about the Principles and practice of Public Adminstration.

M.A.

PSO1. Explain the origin of western political thought and the theories of western political thinkers.

PSO2. Have a detailed comparative studies of politics.

PSO3. Basic knowledge of Public administration.

PSO4. Study the functioning of Indian Political System.

PSO5. Explain the western political thought from Hobbes to Hegel.

PSO6. Understanding the Indian Political dynamics.

PSO7. Implications of International politics.

PSO8. Basic information of State Politics in India with special reference to Uttarakhand.

PSO9. Gather knowledge of Indian Political Thought.

PSO10. Study of the role and functions of Indian administration.

PSO11. Understanding various political ideologies.

PSO12. Gather knowledge about the role and importance of Local-self Governments.

PSO13. Basic knowledge of contemporary political philosophy.

PSO14. Knowledge of Political Thought from Marx.

PSO15. Understanding the Post cold war International Relations.

PSO16. Provide information on International Law i.e. various international disputes and solutions.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

B.A

CO1. Explain in details the basic principles of Political Science such as State, sovereignty, power, liberty and rights.

CO2. Understanding constitutionalism and practices of Modern Governments and their systems such as Parliamentary and Presidential, Unitary and federal, electoral system and democracy.

CO3. Knowledge and understanding of behaviouralism and Post-behaviouralism, functions of state, theories of democracy and justice.

CO4. Detailed study of the major constitutions of USA, UK, China and India.

CO5. Study of the foundations of Western Political Thought and Political ideas from Plato to Marx.

CO6. Understanding major political ideologies such as conservatism, liberalism, socialism, Marxism, Fascism, Feminism and environmentalism.

CO7. Explaining the foundations of Indian Political Thinkers such as Manu, Kautilya, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Nehru, M.N. Roy and J.P. Narayan.

CO8. A detailed study of the basic features of Indian Constitution, Indian Judicial system, state politics, local-self government, and issues such as caste, class, gender, religion .

CO9. Providing knowledge about the theory of International Politics, ideology, theories of Power, International politics, and knowledge of game theory, decision making theory and communication theory.

CO10. Providing knowledge about the elements of Public Administration, its nature and scope, study of New Public Administration, principles of organization, its structure and planning with special reference to planning in India.

CO11. Study of the current issues in International Politics with study of Cold war, theories of deterrence, disarmament, NAM. Also study of Foreign policy, terrorism, issues such as privatization and globalization.

CO12. Knowledge about the Principles and practice of Public Administration, the process of recruitment, training, motivation, role of bureaucracy, financial administration which deals with budget and budgetary procedures, public policy, role of legislature and control over administration.

M.A.

CO1. Explain the origin of western political thought and the theories of western political thinkers like Plato, Aristotle, describe Roman thought and thought of St. Augustine, Aqunias, Marsiglio of Padua and Machiavelli as well as Bodin.

CO2. Have a detailed comparative studies of politics i.e, its meaning, scope and modern approach. Understanding the political system and various approaches to political system. Understanding Political Development, political modernization, political parties, role and function of pressure groups, the electoral system and public opinion.

CO3. Basic knowledge of Public administration, explain its meaning, nature and scope. Explaining good governance, various theories of organization, various principles of organization. Give idea about the structure of organization, meaning of personal administration, role of civil servants, and the process of recruitment, training, promotion and the ethical concerns in public administration.

CO4. Explaining the approaches to Indian Politics, the legacies of Indian politics and its impact on Indian Political system. Explain in detail the structure of Indian constitution, Fundamental Rights, Parliament, Supreme court, meaning of Judicial review. Importance of Indian federalism, centre-state relations, and the role of Election Commission and Governor.

CO5. Explain the western political thought from Hobbes, Rousseau, Montesquieu, Bentham, J.S. Mill, T.H. Green and Hegel.

CO6. Explain the Indian Political dynamics, the class and caste politics in India. Explain the politics of Regionalism, Communism, secularization and importance of National Integration. Role of Political parties, its nature and role. Role of pressure groups. Explain various socio-economic change and its impact on Indian politics and politics of environmental concerns.

CO7. Implications of International politics. Explain Power, national interest, balance of power, power politics. Explain various theories of International politics, determination of foreign policy. Meaning of Cold war, NAM, arms race, diplomacy and the problems of third world.

CO8. Basic information of State Politics in India with special reference to Uttarakhand. Meaning of federalism and the importance of Uttarakhand Movement. Role of caste, religions and linguistic groups in Politics of Uttarakhand, elections and voting behavior, role of bureaucracy as well as its problems. The importance of Political leadership and elite and major socio-political issues in Uttarakhand.

CO9. Detail main features of Indian Political Thought, the nature of Indian Renaissance, Political thought of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Ranade, Gokhale, Mahatma Gandhi, M.N.Roy, Savarkar, Mohd. Iqbal and Ambedkar. The Islamic modernism and ideas of Sayed Ahmed Khan, Jinnah and Abdul Kalam Azad. Explain the concept of socialism and ideas of J.P. Narayan, Ram Manohar Lohia, Narendra Dev and Jawaharlal Nehru.

CO10. Study of the role and functions of Indian administration, structure of Central administration, centre-state relations, administrative and financial controls. Explain various agencies like National Development Council, Planning commission. Details about public undertaking forms – its management, control and problems. Importance of RTI and good governance.

CO11. Explain various political ideologies like Conservatism, Liberalism, Socialism, Marxism, Fascism, Communitarism and Multi-culturalism.

CO12. Gather knowledge about the role and importance of Local-self Governments with special attention to the 73rd and 74th amendment. Explain the composition and power of Rural and Urban Local Self Governments, finance of Local Government, the impact of Women’s reservation in Compulsory Panchayats and local autonomy.

CO13. Basic knowledge of contemporary political philosophy. Explain the concept of Humanist Marxism, Extentialist Marxism. Concept of The New Left. Give a detailed explanation of Structuralism , post modernization, Libertarianism, Multi-culturalism, Communitarism, globalization and environmentalism. Explain theories of Democracy and Justice .

CO14. Explain Political Thought of Marx, Lenin, Mao, Habermas, Leo Straus, Nozik, Hayak, Berlin, Popper, Rawls, Macpherson and Hana Arendt.

CO15. Understanding the Post cold war International Relations, emergence of Uni-polar World, the New World Order and its major dimensions. Globalization, Leberalization, Democracy, Human Rights and gender issues. Discuss global environment, terrorism, disarmament and role of Non-state actors in Contemporary world politics.

CO16. Provide information on International Law i.e. various international disputes and solutions. Discuss basis and nature of International law and Municipal Law. Discuss subjects of International Law, states, Individual and the International Institutions. Explain intervention, Recognition, State territory and its Jurisdiction. Explain International Transactions, agents and treaties, disputes and settlement by peaceful means. Discuss war, Neutrality, Blockade, Contrabands and Prize Courts.



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