Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific and Course Outcomes (POs, PSOs and COs)

Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific and Course Outcomes

 

B.A.[Ancient History]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

The students will be able to understand the importance of our glorious past.

PO2

The students will be able to understand nature and scope of history.

PO3

The students will be able to understand the meaning of nationalism and the respect to word great national personality.

PO4

The students will be able to understand the political history of ancient India and civilization of ancient world.

Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)

PSO1

The students will be able to understand background of our religion, customs, institutions, administration and so on.

PSO2

The students will be able to understand the social, political, religious and economic conditions of the ancient people.

PSO3

The students will be able to analyze relationship between the past and present in lively presented in the history.

PSO4

The students will be able to develop practical skills helpful in the study and understanding of historical events.  

 

Course Outcome- B.A.[Ancient History]

Semester-I

Paper- 1 st (Political History of Ancient India) From-6 th Century B.C to 184 B.C

CO1:  To acquire the knowledge of Pre-Mauryan Period and Mauryan Period.

Paper – II (Civilization of Ancient World)

CO1:  To acquire the knowledge of Greek Civilization, Roman Civilization and Spread of Buddhism and Islam

 

Semester-II

Paper : 1st (Political History of Ancient India) (From-185 B.C to 319 A.D)

CO1:  To acquire the knowledge of Post Mauryan Period, Satvahanas, Sakas and Yavanas and Kushanas.

Paper 2nd (Civilization of Ancient World)

CO1:  To acquire the knowledge about South East asia and Chinese Civilization of Han and Tang Period.

 

 

Semester-III

Paper 1st (Political History of Ancient India) (From 319 A.D to 467 A.D)

CO1:  will acquire Political History, literary and Archaeological knowledge of Guptas like Samudragupta, Chandragupta-II, Kumargupta I and Skandgupta.

Paper- 2 nd (Art and Architecture)

CO1:  To acquire the knowledge about Harappan and Mauryan and Architecture and Paintings.

 

Semester-IV

Paper- 1 st (Political History of Ancient India) (From 467 A.D to 650 A.D)

CO1:  will acquire Political History, literary and Archaeological knowledge of Late Guptas and History of Pushybhuti Dynasty with Special Reference to Harsha.

Paper-II Gupta Art & Architecture

CO1:  acquire the knowledge about Locus in Traditional Nagar and Dravida Style their Distinctive Features & Form and Techniques  in Temples of Orissa & Pali art.

CO2:  will acquire the knowledge of Salient features of Art and Architecture of early Medieval Northern India such as Gurjara-Pratihar Art , Chandela Art  & Solanki Art (Mount Abu)

CO3: will acquire the knowledge of about the salient features of Art and Architecture of South India i.e., Chalukya-Badami, Aihole, Pattadakel & Rastrakutas.

CO4: Will acquire he knowledge about the Form and Technique of Pallav-Monoliths (Ratha) and Structural Temple- of  Chola Temple.

 

Semester-V

Paper –I (Political History of Ancient India) (From 650 A.D to 1206 A.D)

CO1:  Will acquire the knowledge about the Political History of Gurjara Pratihar, Rastrakuta, Pal Dynasty & Tripartite Struggle

CO2: Will acquire the knowledge of Origin of Rajputas.

CO3: Will acquire the knowledge about the Political History and cultural achievements of Chandel Dynasty and Foreign Invasions of Mahmood Ghajnavi and Turk invasion.

Paper-II (Early Culture and Civilization of India-I)

CO1:  acquire the knowledge of all the definitions, scope, relationship  of Paleolithic Cultures, Mesolithic Cultures, Neolithic Cultures & Harappan Civilization.

 

Semester-VI

Paper- I (Political History of India) (From 650 A.D to 1206 A.D)

CO1:  Will acquire the knowledge about the Political History of Chalukyas of Badami and Kalyani.

CO2: Will acquire the knowledge of Arab Invasion & Pandya Dynasity.

CO3: Will acquire knowledge of Political History, Administration, Relation with Contemporary Powers, Cultural Achievements of Chola Dynasity.

Paper- II (Early Cultures and Civilization of India-II)

CO1:  Will acquire the knowledge 1 st Urbanization, 2 nd Urbanization and Antiquity of Iron of Early Cultures and Civilization of India.

Paper- 3 rd (Indian Culture-II)

CO1: will acquire knowledge of Education and Educational Institutions, Centres of Learning Taxila, Nalanda, Vikramashila of ancient Indian culture,

CO2: Will be able to diferentiate between Saivism, Vaishnavism, Jainism, Buddhism.

CO3: Will acquire knowledge of Sankaracharya, Bhakti Movement.

CO4: Will acquire knowledge of Interaction Between Islam and Indian Society.

CO5:  Will acquire knowledge and interpret about the Social and Religious Movement in Nineteenth Century, Indian Nationalism and  the Ideology of Ahimnsa and Nehru's Socialism & Secularism

 

M.A.[Ancient History]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

The students acquire in depth knowledge in the field of Ancient History, Culture & Archaeology which make them sensitive enough to solve the issues related with mankind.

PO2

The postgraduates will be acquainted with the social, economical, historical, geographical, political, ideological and philosophical tradition and thinking of their respective subjects. 

PO3

The program also empowers the post graduates to appear for various competitive examinations or choose the any post graduate or research programme of their choice.

PO4

The students will be ingnted enough through the knowledge of the special P.G. programmed to think and act over for the solution of the various issues prevailed in the human life to make world better than ever. 

PO5

Students get knowledge of various research methods can realize importance of research to find solutions of the specific issue.

Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)

PSO1

The understand background of our religions, customs, institution, administration and so on.

PSO2

The study of history to impart moral education.

PSO3

Analyze relationship between past and present is lively presented in the history.  

PSO4

Understand the present exiting social, political, religions and economic condition of the people.

 

Course Outcome- M.A.[Ancient History]

Semester-I

After completion of the Course the student will be able to:

Paper I: Aspects of Ancient Indian Culture (Political, Social and Economic Institutions)

CO1: acquire introductory knowledge about ancient Indian Culture.

CO2: will be aware of Political ideas and Institutions of Ancient Indian Culture.

CO3: will be aware of Social & Economic Institutions of Ancient Indian Culture.

Paper II: Political History of Ancient India (From 6th Century B.C. to C. 184 B.C.)

CO1: will be aware of various Literary, Epigraphy and Numismatics sources of Political History.

CO2: Will acquire knowledge of Beginnings of Historical Age such as  Role of Buddhism and Jainism in the formation of kingship and state ; Mahajanpadas ; Political formation and second urbanization and  Monarchical and Republican state of sixth century B.C.

CO3: Will be aware of Political of Ancient India of Mauryan and Pre-Mauryan period.

Paper III: Indian Palaeography

CO1: Will be aware of Origin and antiquity of Indian Palaeography writing .

CO2: Will have the knowledge of various phases of Development of Brahmi Script and Features of Mauryan Brahmi, Sunga Brahmi, Satvahana Brahmi , Saka Brahmi, Kushana Phase Brahmi.

CO3: Will have knowledge of evolution of Brahmi from Kutila to Nagari Script and beginnings of the Southern alphabets.

Elective Paper IV (a) : Archaeological Theories (Archaeology Group)

CO1: will be aware of Ethnographical and Archaeological Perspective of Archaeological Theories.

CO2: Will have sound knowledge of basic units of Archaeological Inquiry about Artifacts, Sites, Archaeological context, Classification & nomenclature of archaeological culture & artifacts and Interface between science and archaeology

CO3: Will be aware of Time scales: geological, anthropological and archaeological, Geomorphology and archaeology and the succession of climate phases during the pleistocene and Holocene.

CO4: will have knowledge about the Pleistocene Stratigraphy Chronology; Glaciers & glacial formations and River Valleys, terraces and sections.

Elective  Paper IV(b) : Elements of Indian Archaeology: Prehistory and historical archaeology (Non Archaeology Group)

CO1: will understand Ethnographical and Archaeological Perspective of Elements of Indian Archaeology.

CO2: Will be aware of various methods and techniques of Indian Archaeology.

CO3: will be aware of various Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and  Neolithic Cultures of India.

Paper V: Tourism Concepts & Principles

CO1: will be aware of basics of Tourism Concepts & Principles.

CO2: will be aware of Types and forms of Tourism.

CO3: will acquire knowledge about the Tourist transport and International Tourist Organizations.

Paper VI: Indian culture-I (Not for Anc. History Students)

CO1: will be aware of various Sources of study, Definition and characteristics and Factors of Indian Culture.

CO2: Will have knowledge of Harappan Civilization, Pre Vedic & Vedic Religion and Indian Paintings related to Indian Culture.

 

Semester-II

After completion of the Course the student will be able to:

Paper I: Aspects of Ancient Indian Culture (Religion, Philosophy,Literature and Art)

CO1: will have knowledge of various Sources, approaches and Early History of Religion and also to aquainten the students Later Religions such as Buddhism and Jainism; Vaisnavism and Saivism and Other minor sects.

CO2: will be able to expose the students with Philosophy, literature and art os Ancient Indian Culture.

 

Paper II: Political History of Ancient India (From C. 185 B.C. to 319 A.D.)

CO1: will be aware of various Literary, Epigraphy and Numismatics sources of Political History of ancient India.

CO2: Will acquire in-depth knowledge of Post Mauryan Period, Satvahanas, Sakas and Kushanas.

Paper III: Indian Numismatics

CO1: Will be able to attain in depth knowledge of origin and antiquity of Coinage in Ancient India.

CO2: Will have the knowledge of local ancient coins, Indo-Greek Coins, Kushanas and Guptas Coinage in Ancient India. 

ELECTIVE  Paper IV: (a) Archaeological Methods and Techniques (Archaeology Group)

CO1: will be aware of traditional, Scientific and various Archaeological methods and techniques of excavation and its Stratigraphy & Stratification, Chronology, preservations & reporting.

Elective  Paper IV: (b) Elements of Indian Archaeology: Protohistory and Historical Archaeology (Non Archaeology Group)

CO1: will have in-depth knowledge of Harappan and Non Harappan Chalcolithic Cultures

CO2: Will be aware of Antiquity of iron and Iron ages of North and South India.

Paper V: Travel Agency Management

CO1: will be aware of basic Travel Formalities,

CO2: Will gain knowledge of the procedures of approval of Travel Agents and Tour Operators.

CO3: Will be aware of functions of Travel Agency and Itinerary Preparation. CO4: Will be aware of  functions of Tour Operator, Market research and Package formulation

CO5: Will have knowledge of Public and private Sector Travel Agency business.

Paper VI: Indian Culture -2 (Main Features of Ancient Indian Society and state) (Not for Ancient History Students)

CO1: will be aware of Literary and Archaeological sources of Indian Culture.

CO2: Will be able to understand the Varnashrama and Caste System in Ancient India.

CO3: Will have knowledge of Position of women in Ancient India, Characteristics of Ancient Indian Kingship and Guild, Trade and commerce  of Kushanas & Guptas period of Ancient Indian Society.

 

Semester-III

After completion of the Course the student will be able to:

Paper I: Political History of Ancient India (From A.D. 319 to 550 A.D.)

CO1: will have knowledge of Political History Early Guptas, Samudragupta, Chandragupta II and History of Late Gupta Period of Ancient India.

Paper II: Historiography and Theories of History

CO1: will be aware of Trends and approaches to the modern historiography of nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

CO2: Will acquire in-depth knowledge of nature of Historical methodology and historical explanation.

Paper III: Social History of India (From Earliest Times to Circa 6th Century AD)

CO1: Will be able to attain in depth knowledge ancient Indian society and Ancient Social Institutions.

CO2: will have knowledge about the Study of Labours and outcastes of Earliest times to Circa 6th Century AD. 

ELECTIVE  Paper IV: (a) Economic History of India (From earliest time of 6th centuryA.D.)

CO1: will be aware of Historical study of economy, Agriculture, Trade and Commerce, Corporate activities, Revenue system, Money lending and Currency Systems of earliest time of 6th century A.D. .

 

Elective  Paper IV: (b) Pre-History : Palaeolithic Cultures (With Special Reference to India)

CO1: will have knowledge Outlines of Prehistoric culture of world

CO2: Will be aware of Lower Palaeolithic, Middle Paleolithic and Upper Palaeolithic Culture of India.

Elective Paper IV: (c) Indian Protohistory

CO1: will gain in-depth knowledge of of Characteristic features, Origin and extent and Decline, Important Harappan Sites and Chalcolithic Cultures.

Elective Paper IV: (d) Ancient Indian Architecture-I

CO1: will be aware of Historiography, Approaches and Sources, Harrapan and Mauryan Architecture.

 

Elective Paper IV: (e) Ancient Indian Art and Aesthetics-I

CO1: will be have knowledge of Various Dynastic Art, Buddha Iconography and Jain Iconography.

Elective Paper IV: (f) Ancient Indian Religious and Philosophical Thoughts-I

CO1: will acquiant knowledge about the Foundation of Indian religion, various Sectarian Proliferation, Yajna ritual and Philosophical thoughts of Gita, Sankhya and Upnishads.

Paper IV: (g) Ancient Indian Religious and Philosophical Thoughts-II

CO1: will acquiant knowledge about the Religious trends, Systems and Thoughts of Saktism, Tantrism, Saiva schools and sects, Vaisnava school and sects.

Paper V: Tourist Resources of India

CO1: will have knowledge of Tourism Resources on the Natural sites like and other popular and pilgrimage sites and handi crafts of India.

Paper VI: Indian culture-3 (Ancient Indian Religion and Philosophy) (Not for Ancient History Students)

CO1: will have an Introductory knowledge of Saivism, Vaisnvism Sects, Jainism, Buddhism, Shankaracharya and Bhakti Movement.

 

 

 

Semester-IV

After completion of the Course the student will be able to:

(1) CORE COURSE Paper I: Political History of Ancient India (From A.D. 550 to 1200 A.D.)

CO1: will have in-depth knowledge of History of Post-Gupta Period.
CO2: will be aware of History of Pushyabhauti dynastyand Chalukyas of Badami.

CO3: Will have knowledge of Politial History of Gurjar-Pratihar, Palas,  Rashtrakutas, Tripartite Struggle , Chandellas, Chahmanas, Ghazanavi’s invasion & Turk invasion.

Paper II: Social History of India (From Circa 7th Century A.D. to 12th Century A.D.)

CO1: Will be aware of the trends and approaches to study of ancient Indian society Transitional Phase from Ancient to Early Medieval Period & Socio-economic changes during the early medieval period

CO2: Will acquire in-depth knowledge Hitorical Study of Vertical classification of Society , Institutions, Position of Women, and position of Education in the Society

Paper III: Oriental Tradition of Historiography With Special Reference to India

CO1: Will be able to attain in depth knowledge of History of Vedic and Puranic Traditions and Epics, Buddhist & Jain Traditions and Charit Literature.

CO2: will have knowledge about the Kashmir chronicles and Modern historians of ancient India.

ELECTIVE  Paper IV: (a) Economic History of India (From Circa 7th centuryA.D.12th Century A.D.)

CO1: will gain in-depth knowledge about the History of Agriculture, Trade and Commerce, Industries and Corporate life, History of Revenue and Monetary Systems and Settlement of Debts.

Elective  Paper IV: (b) Paper IV: Pre-History : Mesolithic and Neolithic Cultures (With Special Reference to India)

CO1: will have knowledge about the Palaeo-environment of Holocene, Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures Cultures in India.

CO2: Will be aware of Mesolithic and Neolithic tool technology and typology and  Rock-Art.

Elective Paper IV: (c) Indian Iron Age/Historical Archaeology of India

CO1: will gain in-depth knowledge of General Features of Iron Age/Early Historical Archaeology of India Emergence of Iron in India and Origin and Antiquity of Iron.

CO2: Will be aware of various Early Iron Age Cultures, Northern Black Polished Ware Culture and Sites.

CO3: Will have knowledge about Second Urbanization,  Indo-Roman Contacts and various Megalithic Culture of ancient India.

Elective Paper IV: (d) Ancient Indian, Art and Aesthetics-II

CO1: will be aware of Historiography, Approaches and Sources of various Dynastic Art, Hindu Iconography, Terracotta Traditions and Painting traditions of Ancient India.

 

Elective Paper IV: (e) Ancient Indian Architecture-II

CO1: will be have knowledge of Origin and growth of temple architecture-Socio-religious and technical factors and Principles of Vastu Vidya.

CO2: Will be aware of the distinctive features , forms and techniques of Gupta Temples, Orissa Temples and Khajuraho Temples,  Chalukyan temples, Pallava-Monoliths (Ratha) and Chola temples.

Elective Paper IV: (f) Ancient Indian Religious and Philosophical Thoughts-III

CO1: will be aware of the religious and philosophical thoughts of Jainism, Buddhism, Ajivika, Smarta traditions, Syadvad and Sunyavad.

Paper IV: (g) Paper IV: Ancient Indian Religious and Philosophical Thoughts-IV

CO1: will acquiant knowledge about the Ascetic tradition, Bhakti-Alvar and Naynar , Buddhism-Tantric phase and decline, Jainism-schools and sects, Minor cults and  Philosophical thoughts of Ancient India.

Paper V: Tourism Policy and Planning

CO1: will be aware of methods of Formulating Tourism policy and Role of government and Tourism Policy of Uttar Pradesh and  Rajasthan. 

CO2: Will have knowledge about  Conceptual Meaning of Tourism planning , Warsaw Convention & Open sky policy.

Paper VI: Indian culture (Not for Ancient History Students)

CO1: will have an knowledge of Social and Religious Movement in Nineteenth Century, Freedom Movement, Indian Nationalism, The Ideology of Ahimsa, Pt. J.N. Nehru: Ideals of Socialism, secularism, Tagore’s Humanism and Subhash Chandra Bose.

 

B.A.[Education]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

Students develop an understanding of Concepts, theoretical frameworks, perspectives and methods of inquiry.

PO2

Students are trained to think rationally and critically.

PO3

Students learn to appreciate diversity and develop cultural sensitivity.

PO4

Recognition of self as an individual with strengths and weaknesses.

PO5

Students imbibe human values and become responsible citizens.

PO6

Eligible for admissions to post-graduate programs for further studies.

 

Course Outcome - B.A. [Education]

Semester-I

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Introduction of  Education

CO1: be able to understand the meaning, nature , scope and aims of Education.

CO2: be able to explain the factors of education and their interrelationship.

CO3: be aware of different agencies of education and acquainted with the concept of child-criticism and play-way in education.

Paper – II

History of Indian Education

CO1: be acquainted with the salient features of education in India during ancient and  medieval period.

CO2: be acquainted with the development of education in British India.

CO3: be ware of significant points of selected education commissions and National policy of Education in Independent India.

 

Semester-II

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Psychological Foundation of Education

CO1: be able to understand the meaning of psychology and will b acquainted with its different aspects.

CO2: have knowledge of the patterns of different aspects of human development and will be able to relate this with that of education.

CO3: be acquainted with the cognitive approach of development and  will understand the process and factors of cognition.

Paper – II

Philosophical Foundation of Education

CO1:  Understand the meaning and relation of philosophy and education.

CO2:  Understand the Importance of Philosophy of education.

CO3:  be acquainted with the Indian & western schools of Philosophy and their impact on education.

CO4:  have developed understanding of philosophy for development of humanity.

 

Semester-III

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Sociological Foundation of Education

CO1: understand the nature, scope and relation between Sociology and Education.

CO2: able to explain the concept of Social Groups and Socialization process.

CO3: be able to understand the concept of social changes and social interaction in education.

CO4: be aware of social communication in education.

Paper – II

Guidance and Counselling

CO1:  have knowledge about the concept, types of guidance and Counselling..

CO2: be able to find out the basic data necessary for guidance.

 

Semester-IV

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Educational Measurement & Evaluation

CO1: understand the concepts of measurement and evaluation in education.

CO2: be acquainted with the process of evaluation and different types of measuring instruments..

CO3: understand the concept of validity and reliability and their importance in educational measurement.

CO4: be acquainted with the principles of test construction.

Paper – II

Emerging Trends in Education

CO1:  be aware of emerging trends in education such as  Environmental Education, Distance Education, Population education, Value education and Teacher education.

 

 

Semester-V

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Educational Organization Management and Planning

CO1: understand the concept of an ideal organization in educational institutions.

CO2: have knowledge about the essential functions of educational management.

CO3: able to understand different aspects of planning.

 

Paper – II

Technology in Education

CO1:  understand the use of educational technology (ICT and e-learning) in education and for communication,

CO2: be acquainted with the system approach.

CO3: be acquaimted with the instructional techniques and different models of teaching.

Paper – III

Statistics in Education

CO1:  understand the need and importance of statistics in education.

CO2: be able to calculate frequency distribution, mean, median, mode and variability-standard deviation.

CO3: be able to represent Data-Histogram and Polygon graphically.

CO4: able to understand the the concept of calculation of derived Z, T and Standard scores.

 

Semester-VI

After completion of the Course, the student will:

Paper- 1

Curriculum Studies

CO1: able to understand the concept, nature , types and approaches of curriculum.

CO2: understand the relation among curriculum, pedagogy and assesment.

CO3: understand about curriculum development and natioanl curriculum framework 2005.

CO4: acquainted with content selection theories and able to understand evaluation & reforms of curriculum.

Paper – II

Inclusive Education

CO1:  be able to understand meaning of inclusion and exclusion, types and causes and how to bring about inclusion in different spheres.

Paper – III

Experimental Education and Viva-voce

CO1:  be able to practically perform the experiments on Free Association, Span of Apprehension, Mirror Drawing and measurement of mental fatigue and explain them orally.

CO2: able to test Admininstrative Tests and express them orally.

 

 

 

M.A.[Education]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

Equipped with in-depth and extensive theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding of their disciplines to meet career needs.

PO2

Equipped with an inter disciplinary perspective.

PO3

Able to create new knowledge and opportunities for learning through the process of research and inquiry.

PO4

Able to use a basic range of established techniques to analyse information and propose solutions.

PO5

Able to communicate accurately and reliably to a range of audiences.

PO6

Able to exercise personal responsibility and decision-making and able to work in a group.

PO7

Able to identify their own learning needs and to select an appropriate program of further study.

PO8

Possess behaviour consistent with academic integrity and social responsibility.

PO9

Be Confident and skilful to take up responsibilities and challenges and able to meet targets and deadlines.

 

Course Outcome- M.A.[Education]
Semester-I

Course Outcome (COs): After completion of the course, the student :

Paper-I Philosophical Bases of Education: Western Philosophies

CO1: Will be aware of Meaning, Nature and Scope of Education and Philosophy, Relationship between Education & Philosophy

CO2: Will have knowledge about Western Philosophies and their Major schools and Modern Concepts of Philosophy.

CO3: Will be aware of Great Western Educators and concepts of Democracy and Education & Education and Freedom.

Paper-II Sociological Bases of Education

CO1: Will be aware of the Meaning and scope of Sociology of Education, Need of Sociological perspective in Education.

CO2: Will understand the Role of Education in context to Culture, Social Change and Social Stratification.

Paper-III Methodology of Educational Research

CO1: Will be aware and understand the meaning and purpose of research, research problem and its various phases and different methods.

CO2: able to differentiate Qualitative and Quantitative research.

CO3: able to select and formulate a research problem, formulate a hypothesis.

CO4: Will be able to understand population and sampling and its types.

CO5: Aware of the various methods of educational research.

Paper-IV (A) History of Indian Education

CO1: Will be able to understand the aims, curriculum, methods of instruction, teacher-taught relations and educational institutions of Vedic, Buddhist and medieval period Muslim Education.

CO2: Will have knowledge about various phases of Education during the British period, Indian response to western education and Education in the post Independence Period.

Paper-IV(B) Population Education

CO1: Will have understanding of the concept need, terminology and importance of population education.

CO2: Will be aware of Population Dynamics and factors affecting population growth.

CO3: Will have knowledge about the Population and quality, Population and literacy campaigns, Population education in Schools in India.

PAPER V

CO1: Will have knowledge about the History of Indian Education and also will be able to understand Philosophical, Sociological Bases of Education and about Methodoloy of Educational Research.

 

M.A. (Education) Paper-VI (Credit-03) Not for M.A. (Edu) Students) Personality Development and Yoga (I)

CO1: Will be acquainted with the knowledge of various forms of Visual Arts.

 

Semester-II

Course Outcome (COs): After completion of the course, the student :

Paper-I Comparative Education

CO1: Will be aware of the Meaning, Scope and major concepts and methods of comparative education.

CO2: Will be aware of various factors and approaches of Comparative education.

CO3: Will be able to compare the Educational Systems of Various Countries.

CO4: Will be able to determine the causes and solutions of problems prevailing in developing countries through education.

Paper-II Psychological bases of Education

CO1: Will understand the major concepts, Concerns and Scope of Education Psychology, Contribution of Psychology to Education, Sequential Stages of Human Development with their General Characteristics and the related problems and factors influencing their development.

CO2: Will be aware of the various theories of learning, Intelligence and Creativity and types of personality and their assessment.

Paper-III Educational Administration and  Management

CO1: Will be aware and understand the meaning, principals, types, theories and Functions of educational administration.

CO2: able to understand Role of Central, state and local bodies in education.

CO3: will be aware of modern concept of educational administration.

Paper-IV (a) ESSAY

CO1: Will be able to write an essay critically on any of the prescribed topic.

Paper-IV(B) COMPUTER EDUCATION

CO1: Will have Introductory knowledge of the concept and Importance of Information Technology, Fundamentals of Computers

CO2 : Will have practical knowledge of modern Word Processing Applications.

PAPER V

Practical Work & Viva-Voce

CO1: Will be able to prepare a detailed report on various Educational Facts Psychological tests.

 

M.A. (Education) Paper-VI Personality Development and Yoga (I)

CO1: Will be acquainted with the knowledge of various forms of Performing Arts.

 

Semester-III

Course Outcome (COs): After completion of the course, the student :

Paper-I SPECIAL EDUCATION

CO1: Will be aware of Know about the meaning and scope of special education in India.

CO2. Will be aware of various commissions for children with special needs.

CO3: Will be able to Identify the specific characteristics and understand modalities and various education intervention programmes for meeting the needs of exceptional learners.

Paper-II EDUCATIONAL GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

CO1: Will be able to understand the concept, Principles and Nature of Guidance Programme, Types of guidance and Role of the teacher and Agencies in guidance. CO2: Will be aware of the Vocational Guidance concept and its Nature of work, Theories and approaches to career guidance, Vacationalisation of secondary education and career development.

CO3: Will be aware of the Counseling Process, its Concept, nature, principles approaches and its characteristics

CO4: Will also be able to know about guidance to Children with special needs and role of the teacher in helping such children.

Paper-III FOUNDATION OF TECHNOLOGY

CO1: Will be aware and understand the Concept, Meaning, Nature, Scope and significance, Components, System Approach of ET.

CO2: able to understand Concept, Nature, Process, Components, Types & Theories of Classroom Communication with Mass media approach.

CO3: will have knowledge of Modification of Teaching Behavior, Micro teaching, Flanders’s Interaction Analysis, Simulation and Models of Teaching.

CO4: Will be aware of Programmed, Teaching machines, Computer Assisted Instructionand various Resource Centers for Educational Technology.

Paper-IV (A) INDIAN PHOLOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION

CO1: Will be aware of basic concepts of Indian Philosophy and Education, Indian schools of thought and Six Schools of Thought.

CO2: Will be able to do appraisal of the contribution toward education of Vivekanand, Aurbindo, Gandhi and Tagore critically.

Paper-IV (B) Educational Measurement and Evaluation

CO1: Will have knowledge about the Need and Importance of Educational Measurement and Evaluation.

CO2: Will be aware of Scales of measurement Norms, Models in Educational evaluation, Test Norms.

CO3: Will be aware of the tools for measuring intelligence personality, Aptitude, Interest, Creativity.

CO4: Will have knowledge about the Evaluation Programme, Institutional Progamme Evaluation; Methods of feedback from students, Examination reform, Grading system, Continuous internal Assessment, Semester System, Question Bank, Use of Computer in Examination and Evaluation and On line Examination on Demand.

Paper-V Writing Research Proposal

CO1: Will gain ability of Writing and Presentation of a Research Proposal.

 

Semester-IV

 

Course Outcome (COs): After completion of the course, the student :

Paper-I ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

CO1: Will have knowledge about the Concept, Importance and Scope of Environmental Education.

CO2: Will be aware of Concept of environment and ecosystem and application of technological tools & systems for solving the present Environmental Problem through Education.

Paper-II ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

CO1: Will be aware of concept, definition, scope and Importance of Economics of Education.

CO2: Will be able to interpret Education as an Industry and Education as Investment.

CO3: Will be able to interpret Economic Development and Modernization with the educational development

CO5: Will be acquainted with the knowledge of resources for Education at various levels and problems of financing, Grant-in-aid system.

Paper-III DISTANCE EDUCATION

CO1: Will be aware and able to understand Distance Education System, Definitions and Teaching Learning Components.

CO2: Will be aware of Distance Teaching Learning Systems in India and open universities of U.K. Australia & China.

CO3: Will be aware of Information and Communication Technologies and their Applications in Distance Education,Designing and Preparing Self-Instructional Material, Role of Media and Distance Educator.

 

CO4: Will be aware of Student Support Services and their Management,Technical and Vocational Programmes, Rural Development and Problems of Distance Learners

CO5: Will be acqainted with the knowledge of Quality Enhancement and Program Evaluation, Mechanism and Maintenance of Standards in Distance Education.

Paper-IV TEACHER EDUCATION

CO1: Will be aware of Meaning & Scope and objectives of teacher education at different leveis.

CO2: Will be able to understand preparation of Teachers for pre-primary, primary & secondary stages of education, Professional preparation of teacher educator & educational administrators and Preparation of teachers for the teaching of Particular subjects (Languages, social sciences and physical sciences)

CO3: Will have knowledge of Student-teaching programme, Pattern of student- teaching (internship, block teaching, teaching practice, offcampus teaching programme), Techniques of training. Core teaching. Microteaching and Interaction analysis.

Paper-IV (B) Curriculum Development

CO1: Will be able to understand the bases and determinants of curriculum, Curriculum development, Theories and procedures.

CO2: Will be aware of Principles and Approaches Curriculum Design and organization, Components and source of design, Different models and principles, Deduction of curriculum from aims and objectives of education .

CO3: Will be aware of Curriculum Implementation Strategies & Role of Curriculum support materials.

CO4: Will be able to understand Importance of evaluation of curriculum, Models of curriculum evaluation, Interpret evaluation of results and method, Issues and trends in curriculum development, curriculum research in India.

Paper-V Viva-Voce

CO1: able to express orally and interpret concepts of Environmental Education , Economics of Education, Distance Education & Teacher Education.

Paper – VI Personality Development & yoga (II)

CO1: Will be able to enhance his personality and mental concentration through practice of Yoga.

 

B.A.[English]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

To understand knowledge in the field of humanities.

PO2

To be cultured and good citizen of India.

PO3

Eligible for admissions to post-graduate programs/Research/further studies. 

PO4

To use communication and soft skills.

PO5

To be socially conscious.

PO6

To make all round personality development of the learners.

Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)

PSO1

Students will value literature, language and imagination they will develop a passion for literature, and language.

PSO2

They will develop an ability to read texts in relation to their historical and cultural contexts in order to gain.

PSO3

They will appreciate literatures ability to elicit feeling, cultivate imagination and call us to account as humans.

 

Course Outcome- B.A.[English]

Semester-I

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets such as :

William Shakespeare, John Donne, John Milton, John Dryden and Alexandure Pope

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the like George Bernard Shaw –Arms and the Man &  Arthur Miller All My Sons

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the essays on Anthalogy of English prose like Francis Bacon – The Bible, John Milton & John Bunyan, Joseph Addison & R.K. Narayan's The Guide.


Semester-II

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets such as :

Collins William Blake Unit-IV: William wordsworth , Shelley and Keats

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the The Merchant of Venice: The theatre of ideas. Its origin, influence and characteristics.

CO2: Understand the Significance of various characters: Shylock, Portia, Antonio, Bassanio, Gratiano, Lorenzo, Nerissa, Launcelot Goffo, Salarina, Solanio, Tubal, Doctor Bellario and Balthasar.

CO3: Appreciate and analyse the passages from literary point of view of the The title of the „Merchant of Venice‟.

CO4:  Appreciate and analyse the passages from literary point of view of the Sheridan‟s School for scandal is 18th century comedy of manners.
CO5. Appreciate "The title School for Scandal".

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the literary significance of essays on Anthalogy of English prose like Richard Steele: The spectator Club,   Oliver Goldsmith – the story of the Man in Black. Samuel Johnson: Letter to chesterfield, Charles Lamb: Dream Children. Robert Louis Stevenson: Walking Tours. & The Collie.

 

Semester-III

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets such as :

,  Tennyson , Browning & Arnold , Hardy. &  G.M. Hopkins.

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the Shakespeare – Macbeth & Twelfth Night.

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the literary significance of essays on Anthalogy of English prose like E.V. Lucas & A.G. Gardiner , Robert Lynd & G.K. Chesterton , George Orwell. & Mulk Raj Anand.

 

Semester-IV

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets such as :

W.B. Yeats, T.S. Eliot, W.H. Auden, Philip Larkin, Wilfred Owen.

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the Shakespeare  in his plays As You Like It and Julius Caesar.

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the literary significance of essays on Anthalogy of English modern prose like Aldous Huxley,  J.B. Priestly,   Bertrand Russel & George Orwell.

 

Semester-V

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Fiction

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature Fictions such as works of  : Jane Austen., Thomas Hardy, E.M. Forster  and  Raja Rao.

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the plays by William Shakespeare , T.S. Eliot, John Osborne  and  Girish Karnad.

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the various shades of Tragedy, Comedy and Romance in Dramas and Novels.

 

 

Semester-VI

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Fiction

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature Fictions such as works of  : R.K. Narayan, D.H. Lawrence,  Shashidesh Pande & George Eliot.

Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of the plays by William Shakespeare ,  John Webster,  G.B. Shaw and  Henrik Ibsen.

Prose & Fiction

CO1: Understand the forms and movements of poetry and Lyrics, Renaissance, Neo-Classicism, Romantic Revival, Modernist Movement, Post Modernism and Feminism and  Dalit Movement.

 

 

M.A.[English]

Programme Outcome (POs)

PO1

The Students acquire in depth knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and humanities which make then sensitive and sensible to solve the issues related with mankind.

PO2

The postgraduates will be acquainted with the social economical, historical, political and philosophical traditional thinking of their respective subjects

PO3

The Program also empowers the postgraduates to appear for various competitive examinations or choose the any postgraduate or research programmers of their choice.

PO4

The M.A. program enables the students to acquire the knowledge with human values framing the base to 3 deal with various problems in life with courage and humanity.

PO5

The students will be ignited enough through the knowledge of the special P.G. program to think and act over for the solution of various issues prevailed in the human life to make this world better than ever

Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)

PSO1

They will develop an ability to read texts in relation to their historical cultural contexts in order to gain a richer understating of both text and contest and to become more aware themselves.

PSO2

Students will value literature language and imagination they will develop passion for literature and language.

PSO3

They will appreciate literatures ability to elicit feeling, cultivate the imagination and call us to account as humans.

PSO4

They will cultivate capacity to judge the aesthetic and ethical value of literary texts and be able to articulate the standards behind their judgments

PSO5

Students will develop appreciation of how the formal elements of language and genre shape meaning.

 

Course Outcome- M.A.[English]

Semester-I

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Paper-I
Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets of Romantic Age such as :

Chaucer, Edmund Spenser, Milton, Alexander Pope, John Dryden, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Paper-II Drama

CO1: Explain the passages from literary point of view of Dramatists like Sophocles, Christopher Marlowe, William Shakespeare, John Dryden, William Congreve, and George Bernard Shaw.

Paper-III
Prose

CO1: Understand the essays of English prose of renowned essayists like Bacon,  John Milton, Jonathan Swift, Joseph Addison  and Richard & Steele and Charles Lamb .

Paper-IV (a)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned Western Novelists  of 18th Century such as Jane Austen,  Jonathan Swift.

Paper-IV (b)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned Indian and Western Novelists  of 19th & 20th Century such as James Joyce and D.H Lawrence , R.K Narayan and  Anita Desai etc.

Paper-IV (c)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned works of Indian Writers  of 20th Century such as M.K. Gandhi and J.L Nehru etc.

Paper-V
Foundation: Communicative English-I

CO1: Understand and will acquire various skills of Communication, Letter writing, Presentation.

Paper-VI
Foundation: Paper

CO1: Will acquire basics knowledge of General English Grammer and its application in writing Essays, translations and to interpret unseen passages etc.

 

 

Semester-II

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be able to :

Paper-I
Poetry

CO1: Understand & appreciate the works of English literature poets of Romantic age to Modern Poetry such as :

John Keats, Alfred Tennyson , Robert Browning ,  Mathew Arnold , Gerard Manley Hopkins , William Butler Yeats , Thomas Sterns Eliot , Robert Graves etc.

Paper-II Drama

CO1: Interpret from literary point of view of Dramatists Such as Shakespeare, Thomas Stems Eliot , Samuel Beckett ,Galsworthy and Arthur Miller of Twentieth Century.

Paper-III
Prose

CO1: Understand the essays of English prose of renowned essayists like Thomas Carlyle, John Stuart Mill, Jawahar Lal Nehru, George Bernard Shaw, and George Will.

Paper-IV (a)
Fiction

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned Western Novelists  of 18th Century such as Jane Austen & Henry fielding.

Paper-IV (b)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned Indian and Western Novelists  of 19th to 20th Century such as Jane Austen and  Charles Dickens , Mulk Raj Anand and Shashi Deshpande

.

Paper-IV (c)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of renowned Indian and Western Novelists  of 20th Century such as Virginia woolf, Anthony Burgess.

Paper-V
English Language Teaching-I

CO1: Understand and will acquire Knowledge and skill of discussion on the Background of English Language and major theories of learning, advantages and limitations.

 

Paper-VI
Foundation: Paper

CO1: Will acquire basics knowledge of General English Grammer and its application in writing Essays, translations and to interpret unseen passages etc.

 

 

Semester-III

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be:

Paper-I
English Literature and Society

CO1: ability to Interelate the social influence on English literature from the Renaissance period to the present day.

Paper-II (Literary Criticism)

CO1: aware of History of criticism , Theory of Literary and Principal of criticism, Nautre and Function of Literature, Changes in Literary Taste, Literature and Psychology, Forms and content in Literature and Literary Genres and critical terms.

Paper-III (Indian Literature)

CO1: acquire knowledge of Indian authors and poets and their works like Toru Dutt, Nissim Ezekiel, Kamla Das, Mulk Raj Anand, Anita Desai, R.K. Narayan,M.K. Gandhi, Sri Auro bindo, J.L. Nehru and Shashi Desh Pande.

Paper-IV (a)
Fiction

CO1: Understand and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction of 18th century novels of Henry fielding and Jane Austen.

Paper-IV (b)
Fiction

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction

19th century novels of Charles Dickens and George Eliot.

CO2: Understand and appreciate the Indian Novels of English Fiction of Shashi deshpande, Mulk Raj Anand.

Paper-IV (c)
Fiction

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the Novels of English Fiction

20th century novel of Thomas hardy and Henry James.

Paper-V
Foundation: Communicative English-II

CO1: Understand and will acquire Knowledge and skill of various Communications Skills, Technical/Business Writing, Group Discussions and facing an Interview.

Paper-VI
Foundation: Paper

CO1: Will acquire basics knowledge of General English Grammer and its application in writing Essays, translations and to interpret unseen passages etc.

 

 

Semester-IV

Course Outcome (COs): After Completing the Course the student will be:

Paper-I
(Literature and Society)

CO1: ability to Interelate the influence of Society on English literature from the Renaissance period to the present day and gain ability to Counter culture.

Paper-II (Literary Criticism)

CO1: have in-depth awareness of History and types of Literary critism, Theory of Literature and principles of criticism.

Paper-III (American Literature)

CO1: acquire knowledge of American authors and poets and their works like Walt, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Eugene 0 Neill & Wallace Stevens.

 

Paper-IV (a)
 

CO1: Understand and appreciate the Novels of 18th century novelists such as Oliver goldsmith and Samuel Richardson.

Paper-IV (b)
 

CO1: Understand and appreciate the Novels of 19th and 20th century Novelists such as Emily bronte and William Make Thackrey.

CO2: Understand and appreciate the works of Indian Novelists such as R.K Narayan, Shashi deshpande.

Paper-IV (c)
 

CO1: Understand  and appreciate the works of Novelists of

20th century such as Virginia woolf and Antony Burgess.

Paper-V
Foundation: Communicative English-II

CO1: ability to differentiate between written and spoken English, Guided

versus free composition, Issues in teaching English pronunciation, Accuracy

and fluency, Skimming and scanning

CO2: Will be aware of Lewis’s lexical approach, advantages and limitations of teaching grammar formally, User’s, teacher’s and linguist’s grammar, Role of dictionaries in learning a language, Note taking and note making.

CO3:Will gain ability to teach literature in English classrooms and will be aware of the role of culture in studying literature,

CO4: ability to differentiate between teaching language and

teaching literature and aware of the role of the internet in language teaching, their advantages and limitations.

Paper-VI
Foundation: Paper

CO1: Will acquire basics knowledge of General English Grammer and its application in writing Essays, translations and to interpret unseen passages etc.

 

 

 

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