Department- History

PROGRAMME OUTCOME (PO)

1)  After the completion of BA, history scholarswill be able to distinguish betweenprimary and secondary sources and identifyand evaluate evidence

2)  Students will demonstrate in discussion andwritten work their understanding ofdifferent peoples and cultures in pastenvironments and of how those cultureschanged over the centuries.

3)  They will be able to produce their ownhistorical analysis of documents and developthe ability to think critically andhistorically when discussing the past

4)  The study of history will give them theability to compare and contrast differentprocesses, modes of thoughts and modesof expression from different historical timeperiods and in differentgeographical areas.

5)  Students will offer multi-causal explanationsof major historical developments based ona contextualized analysis ofinterrelated political, social, economic, cultural and intellectualprocesses

6)  Students will be able to write an originalresearch paper that locates and synthesize relevant primary and secondarysources and has a clear, coherent and plausible argument,logical structure,proper references.

7)  Students will present orally their researchor a summary of another's research in anorganized, coherent andcompelling fashion.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)FOR COMBINATION

HINDI LITERATURE-POLITICALSCIENCE- HISTORY

v  Thestudents become aware about political and administrative activities

v  Acritical thinking is developed among students regarding politics from local toglobal level

v  Studentsgets basic idea about administrative tasks like Analytical ability, diplomacy andpolicymaking

v  Studentswill be able to acquire basic historical research skills including effectiveuse ofarchives, library and data bases.

v  Understandinghow different individuals, groups, organizations and nations have affectedhistory.It also gives students wisdom and foresight for the future.

v  Acquirethe ability to apply historical methods to evaluate critically the past andhowhistorians and other have interpreted it.

v  Developingphilosophy of life inspiring by the vision of eminent writers

v  Understandingthe relation between society and literature and analyze the role played byHindiliterature in past and present.

v  Developingskills of writing official letters/memos etc. and to develop academicwritingabilities among students.

 

 

SOCIOLOGY –PSYCHOLOGY-HISTORY

o  The students will be able to acquireknowledge about social process and social customsprevailing in India and acrossworld.

o  Students will understand the reason forsocial discrimination, disparity prevailing in India culture and remedies forthe above problems

o  To study cause and remedies for increasingcrimes and social evils especially with referenceto Indian society

o  Students will be able to acquire basichistorical research skills including effective use ofarchives, library and databases.

o  Understanding how different individuals,groups, organizations and nations have affectedhistory. It also gives studentswisdom and foresight for the future.

o  Acquire the ability to apply historicalmethods to evaluate critically the past and howhistorians and other haveinterpreted it.

o  Students will be able to understand basicconcept of psychology and understand humandevelopment.

o  Professionally use psychometric tools in anappropriate manner and to familiarize students with basic statistical methods

o  To perform quantitative and qualitative dataanalysis of human behavior in controlcondition.

 

HINDI LITERATURE-HOME SCIENCE-ENGLISH LITERATURE

ü  Understandscientific principles and techniques of food service management.

ü  Applyanalytical principles of food and nutrients in diet formulation.

ü  Acquireknowledge and skills in textile production, dying and printing

ü  Developingphilosophy of life inspiring by the vision of eminent writers

ü  Understandingthe relation between society and literature and analyze the role played byHindiliterature in past and present.

ü  Developingskills of writing official letters/memos etc. and to develop academicwritingabilities among students.

ü  Studentswill be able to acquire basic historical research skills including effectiveuse ofarchives, library and data bases.

ü  Understandinghow different individuals, groups, organizations and nations haveaffectedhistory. It also gives students wisdom and foresight for the future.

ü  Acquirethe ability to apply historical methods to evaluate critically the past andhowhistorians and other have interpreted it.

 

SOCIOLOGY – GEOGRAPHY-HISTORY

·        The students will be able to acquireknowledge about social process and social customsprevailing in India and acrossworld.

·        Students will understand the reason forsocial discrimination, disparity prevailing in Indianculture and remedies forthe above problems

·        To study cause and remedies for increasingcrimes and social evils especially with referenceto Indian society

·        Student will be able acquire comprehensive knowledgeof Physical and Human Geography.

·        In-depth knowledge of water bodies acrossglobe

·        Specialized knowledge about natural eventslike rainfall, temperature etc.

·        Students will be able to acquire basichistorical research skills including effective use ofarchives, library and databases.

·        Understanding how different individuals,groups, organizations and nations have affectedhistory. It also gives studentswisdom and foresight for the future.

·        Acquire the ability to apply historicalmethods to evaluate critically the past and howhistorians and other haveinterpreted it.

 

COURSE OUTCOME OF BA HISTORY

B.A FIRST YEAR

PAPER FIRST

History of India from beginning to 1206 A.D

CO1. Describe Prehistory and Protohistory

Co2. Classify urbanization in the genetic Basin

CO3. Classification of Buddhism and Jainism

CO4. Acquire knowledge about Early Tamilakam

CO5. Identify Early Indian Maps


 

PAPER SECOND 

WORLD HISTORY (1453 TO 1890 A.D)

Co1.Focus on how people and their institutions are shaped by events to a focus onhowunderlying forces and movements shape events and then to looking at howabstract,impersonal forces shape history

Co2.Focus on what happened during a specific time period to a focus on puttingthatperiod into its broader, dynamic context and then to considering how we usethe pastto help make sense of the present

Co3.Looking at how people’s perspectives on an event in its historical contextdiffersfrom looking at how people have since come to interpret events in thepast and then toexamining disputes over the nature and extent of the underlyingforces.

 

B.A SECOND YEAR

PAPER FIRST

CO1.Understanding of Delhi Sultanate

CO2.Analyse Mughal rule administrations, art, and architecture

Co3.Identify cultural synthesis

CO4.Analyse Medieval South India

Co5.Maps- important centers in Delhi Sultanate, Mughal Empire under AkbarandAurangazeb

HISTORY OF INDIA FROM 1206 TO 1761 A.D

PAPER SECOND

WORLD HISTORY (1890 TO 1964 A.D)

CO1.Classification development of Democracy

CO2.Acquire knowledge about 20th century world

CO3.Identify world maps- Oceanic Explorations, importantstages of World War, andImportant centers of International trade

 


 

B.A FINAL YEAR

PAPER FIRST

HISTORY OF INDIA (1761 TO 1950 A.D)

CO1.Evaluate consolidation of English Power in India

CO2.Analyse social religious consciousness in India

CO3.Comparison of Nationalist movements- Pre-Gandhian and Post- Gandhian Era

CO4. Identify Modern Indian Maps- sites of mutiny of1857, Princely Statesin1858,majorsites of National congress sessions, majorsites in Civil Disobedience MovementAhmadabad, Dandi, Midnapur, Peshwa

PAPER SECOND

WORLD HISTORY (1871 TO 1945 A.D)

CO1. Describe rise of modern world

Co2. Classify growth of capitalism

CO3. Classification development of Democracy

CO4. Acquire knowledge about 20th century world

M.A FIRST SEM

PAPER FIRST

METHODOLOGY OF HISTORY

CO1.Write articles on historical topics ,Writing History and Techniques ofhistorical writing

CO2.Developed their ability to assess critically historical analysis and argument,past andpresent

CO3. gained an understanding of the development ofthe academic study of historythroughout the world since the later eighteenthcentury (since the Renaissance for theVenice stream)

CO4. gained an awareness of recent and contemporarydebates in the theory and practice ofhistorical writing

CO5. gained insight into current methodologies,theories, and concepts, currently in usewithin the historical discipline

CO6. gained insight into how historical argumentshave been and are made

CO7. become aware of historiographical traditionsoutside the West

CO8. had the opportunity to think reflexively aboutthe nature of the historical enterprisewithin society

CO9. IDENTIFY HISTORY AS Scientific Discipline

SECOND PAPER

MODERN WORLD

CO1. Describe rise of modern world

Co2. Classify growth of capitalism

CO3. Classification development of Democracy

CO4. Acquire knowledge about 20th centuryworld

CO5. Identify world maps- Oceanic Explorations,Europe in 1815, important stages of World War, and Important centres ofInternational trade

PAPER THIRD

ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL CHHATTISGARH

CO1.Classification early Political cultural activities of Chhattisgarh.

CO3.Acquire knowledge about tribal Movement of Chhattisgarh.

CO3.Acquire knowledge about Sharabhapurivansh ,Faninagvansh,Kalchurivansh etc.

CO4.Providing information how  Chhattisgarhdeveloped in the field of education and society.

PAPER FOURTH (Optional)

HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAN (1815 to 1885 A.D)

Co1.Promote Medieval History

Co2.describe new trend in Medieval England

Co3. Explain England under Stuarts

CO4.describe Britain and World


 

 

M.A SECOND SEM

PAPERER FIRST

HISTORIOGRAPHY

CO1.Produce written work that incorporates consideration of therelevanthistoriography along with the theory that informs it

CO2.   Construct original historical argumentsbased on primary source materialresearch.

CO3.    Demonstrate a superior quality of writingboth in terms of mechanics and indeveloping an argument effectively

CO4.   Develop an ability to convey verballytheir thesis research and relevanthistoriography and theory.

PAPER SECOND

CO1. Describe rise of modern world

Co2. Classify growth of capitalism

CO3. Classification development of Democracy

CO4. Acquire knowledge about 20th century world CONTEMPORARYWORLD

 

PAPER THIRD

MODERN CHHATTISGARH

CO1. Contribution of Chhattisgarh in national movements.

CO2. Provides information about the labourmovement ofChhattisgarh.

CO3. Impact of revolt of 1857 A.D.

CO4. Movement against untouchability .

PAPER FOURTH (Optional)

WOMEN IN MODERN INDIA

CO1. Different stagesof women development in India.

CO2.  Providinginformation about different social evils of society.

CO3. Education and women.

CO4. Role of women in handicrafts.

 

M.A THIRD SEM

PAPERFIRST

INDIAN POLITY ANDECONOMY IN SULTANATE PERIOD (1200 TO 1526 A.D)

CO1. The SULTAN - was thehead of the state and enjoyed unlimited powers in every sphere of stateactivity.

CO2. The Iqtadari was aunique type of land distribution and administrative system evolved during thesultanate of Iltutmish.

CO3. Provides informationabout the local administration of Sultanate period.

CO4. Students understandshow Administration during the Delhi Sultanate was completely dependent onMuslim laws which were the laws of the Shariat or the laws of Islam.

PAPERSECOND

SOCIETY AND CULTURE INSULTANATE PERIOD (1200 TO 1526 A.D)

CO1. Condition of noblesand Indian Muslims

CO2.Social values andrituals.

CO3.Students get informedthe condition of women of this period.

CO4.Provides informationabout the tremendous architecture.

CO5.Literature in differentlanguages.

PAPERTHIRD

HISTORY OF NATIONALMOVEMENT (1857 TO 1922A.D)

CO1. Evaluate consolidationof English Power in India

CO2. Analyse socialreligious consciousness in India

CO3. Comparison ofNationalist movements- Pre-Gandhian and Post- Gandhian Era

CO4. Identify Modern IndianMaps- sites of mutiny of 1857, Princely Statesin

1858,major sites of Nationalcongress sessions, major sites in Civil Disobedience

Movement- Ahmadabad, Dandi,Midnapur, Peshwar.


 

PAPER FOURTH

CULTURAL HISTORY OF INDIA (BEGIINING TO 1526A.D)

CO1. Tells howIndus valley civilization was basically anurban civilization.

CO2. How 6th Century B.C. was a period of great tumultin India.

CO3. Ancient India Culture began with one of the firsthuman civilizations.

CO4. The ancient Culture of India began more than 5,000years ago with the Indus Valley Civilizations.

 

M.A FOURTH SEM

PAPER FIRST

INDIAN POLITY AND ECONOMY IN MUGHAL PERIOD1526 TO 1750 A.D.

CO1.Reveals Mughal Empire was a fairly efficient andcentralized organization.

CO2.Explains this empire itself, however, was a purelyIndian historical experience.

CO3. The estimate of the annual income of Emperor Akbarthe Great's treasury, in 1600, is £17.5 million.

CO4. Students understand the importance of Din-E-Illahi.

CO5.Informs the importance of different policies ofdifferent kings during this period.

 

 

PAPER SECOND

SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN MUGHAL PERIOD 15261750 A.D .

CO1. Informs Indian society under the Mughal rule used to live a moderate life andwas not very extravagant as in the context of middle class.

CO2. As Hindus were in heavy majority so the traditionslike satti and jouhar were in vogue.

CO3. Allows to know that Mughals brought with themselves the Persian culture and Persian culturewhich was not known to the Indians.

CO4. The Mughals also kept slaves which were taken fromthe locals or bought from the slave traders.

PAPER THIRD

HISTORY OF INDIAN NATIONAL MOVEMENT 1922 TO1947 A.D

CO1. Understanding of Salient Features of IndianConstitution

CO2. Analyse Indian Economy

Co3. Identify Challenges within the Nation

CO4. Analyse Democratic Culture in India

CO5.identify contemporary Indian Maps

PAPER FOURTH

CULTURAL HISTORY OF INDIA 1526 TO 1950 A.D

CO1.Provides information about Akbars contribution toIndian culture.

CO2.Students get information about Mughal society.

CO3.Mughal paintings, South Indian cultural life can beseen by students.

CO4.Provides information about South India art andarchitecture.

CO5.Influence of Western culture on Indian culture canbe known by students.

 


History Department Faculties


S NoFaculty PhotoFaculty NameQualificationDepartmentDesignationMobile No
1 Krishn Kumar DevanganM.A. (History)HistoryGuest Lecturer9131088560
2 Sajad Amhad GanaiM.A.(History),MPhilHistoryGuest Lecturer9797714212