Course Offered

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Courses offered by the College

S.N.

Name of the Programme

Number of Allotted Seats

Programme duration

Current Affiliation Status

Permanent/Temporary

1.

B.A.

Hindi

465

3 Year

Permanent

English

465

3 Year

Permanent

Sanskrit

465

3 Year

Permanent

Economics

465

3 Year

Permanent

History

465

3 Year

Permanent

Political Science

465

3 Year

Permanent

Home Science

465

3 Year

Permanent

Geography

40

3 Year

Temporary

Sociology

50

3 Year

Temporary

2.

B.Com.

Commerce

210

3 Year

Permanent

Computer Application

25

3 Year

Temporary

3.

B.Sc.

Maths Group

130

3 Year

Permanent

Bio. Group

180

3 Year

Permanent

Biotechnology

30

3 Year

Temporary

4.

M.A.

Hindi

50

2 Year

Temporary

 

Economics

50

2 Year

Temporary

 

Political Science

50

2 Year

Temporary

 

Sociology

25

2 Year

Temporary

 

English

30

2 Year

Temporary

5.

M.Com.

-

50

2 Year

Temporary

6.

M.Sc.

Chemistry

50

2 Year

Temporary

 

Maths

50

2 Year

Temporary

7.

PGDCA

-

60

1 Year

Temporary


Learning outcomes of the courses offered by the college


The college adapts outcome based education rather then input oriented bell shaped curve of learning as - graduate attributes are described to the first year students at the commencement of program in the form of induction. At-least seven hours are spent by the teachers for introducing the subject to the students.Learning outcomes of the programs and courses are observed and measured timely. Soft copy of curriculum and learning outcomes of the programs and courses are uploaded on the institutional website for reference. The importance of learning outcome has been communicated to the teachers in every IQAC meeting and staff meeting. The students also are made aware about the program outcomes. Programs specific .

To apply the knowledge of science, arts and commerce,principles to the solution of complex problems.

Derive solution for intricate problems and plan system components/ processes that meet the specific need with appropriate consideration for the society, health, safety, cultural, societal and environmental consideration.

To use innovation based knowledge and creative methods for practical and research works.

Function effectively as an individual and in assorted teams.

Exhibit comprehension and understanding of the programs and apply in multidisciplinary environment.

Be familiar with the need for and have the training and skill to engage in self regulating and lifelong learning.


Course outcomes


Course outcomes Department of Chemistry


B.Sc.- Paper – I (Inorganic)

           Paper – II (Organic)

           Paper – III (Physical)

Vast knowledge and clearing basic concepts in Inorganic, organic, physical chemistry, experiments in laboratory help in research.

M.Sc.- Paper – I (Inorganic)

           Paper – II (Organic)

           Paper – III (Physical)

           Paper – IV (Spectroscopy)

Full knowledge of chemistry in basic and specific branches, research experiment, motivation for research, use of instruments.

 

Program outcomes/ program specific outcomes

Theory papers -

·         Presents the basic principle of chemistry

·         To understand the important concepts of chemistry

·         Students have working knowledge of spectroscopy, inorganic, organic, physical, analytical and pharmaceutical.

·         Students are able to understand chemical reaction.

·         To identify the study of the composition, structure, properties and reaction of matter.

·         To learn periodic table, electron affinity, hybridization and geometry.

·          To understand IUPAC names, nomenclature of compounds.

·         To understand the laws of thermodynamics.

·         Concept of co-ordination chemistry

·         Aromaticity , acids and bases.

Practical papers -

·         To apply the knowledge of chemistry and fundamentals.

·         To identify formulas and structure.

·         To handle glassware apparatus

·         To use technical’s skills

·         To identify general methods of extraction

·         To understand chemistry of org. compounds.

·         To uses technical’s of geometrical isomerism

·         Bio-organic, inorganic and physical chemistry.

·         Learn preparation structure and synthetic application.

·         Understand phase rules, diagram.

·         Safety requirements and method in laborites  

·         Disposal of chemicals

·         Normality and calculation of solutions.

 

                        Course outcomes Department of Physics

Courses Outcomes – (UG level)- unified course

B.Sc. part            Subject, paper

I                        I- mechanics/ viscosity/elasticity/surface tension.
                         II- Vector algebra/dielectrics

II                       I- thermodynamics / statistics
                         II- Optics / laser 

III                      I- Quantum / spectroscopy / nuclear
                         II- Solid state /electronics / E-M waves

Course Outcomes –  Learningand clearing basic concept of phenomena of physics knowledge of handlingapparatus   and measurements deepinformation about circuit arrangement and electronics. Make vision to show theevent in environment use of basic knowledge of science in research andlaboratory works.

 
Program outcomes/programspecific outcomes –

Theory papers

·       Itexplains  the basic concept of physicalevent.

·       Clears thecauses of event in space/physics

·       Enhance thelearning capacity of students in mechanics, electronics, optics, circuitanalysis.

·       Providetechnical skill to students.

·       Provideanalytical view for comprehension.



                        Course outcomes Department of English

CourseOutcome/ Programoutcomes/program specific outcomes –


·       Students'language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) get developed.

·       Students'vocabulary is enriched.

·       Studentsgain the knowledge of various literary devices and meters in English.

·       Studentsgain the knowledge of history of English literature from Chaucer's time topresent day.

·       Studentsgain the knowledge of various literary movements in English literature.

·       Students'critical thinking is developed.


                        Course outcomes Department of Commerce

1.This program couldprovide Industries like Banking and  Insurance Companies, Financingcompanies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., well trained professionals tomeet the requirements.

2.It increaseCapability of the students to make decisions at personal & professionallevel. 

3. Students canindependently start up their own Business.

4.after completing Thecourse Students can get thorough knowledge of finance and commerce.

5. The knowledge ofdifferent specializations in Accounting, costing, banking

and finance with thepractical exposure helps the students to stand in organization.

6.By goodness of thepreparation they can turn into a Manager, Accountant ,Management Accountant,cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor and teachers. 

7.Students will gainthorough systematic and subject skills within various

disciplines offinance, auditing and taxation, management,communication. 

8. Students will beable to do their higher education and can make research in the field of financeand commerce.

9. Course provide theknowledge of company acts ,Banking regulation acts and other policies and acts.

                                                                         
     

                        Course outcomes Department of POLITICAL SCIENCE 

1.     Thestudents will understand the processes, theories and empirical regularities ofpolitical institutions and political behavior in the students chosen emphasisarea. Indian Politics comparative politics or international relations or PublicAdministrations.

2.     EmployCritical thinking and demonstrate social scientific, literacy including basicquantitative literacy.

3.     Utilizecontemporary social science research methods to conduct rigorous research onpolitical phenomena.

4.     Writeeffectively particularly to convey complex concepts and information in aconcise manner.

5.     Applyabstract theory and research methods to understand contemporary Politicalevents and public policies.