Programme Outcomes

BA

After completing Bachelor of Arts (BA) students can opt for Master Degree course, B Ed course, go for studying Mass communication, Journalism,, sit for different competitive examination. Students can also study diploma courses in animation, film making, acting, painting, management, computer technology etc.

B.Com

Bachelor of Commerce Students can look for lucrative job prospects especially in the accounting profile. They can also opt for CA, CS, Cost and work Accountancy, Master Degree, B Ed, LLB etc.

B.Sc Physical Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE students can opt for Master Degree in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, B Ed, Bio Chemistry, sit for competitive examination, environmental technology etc.

B.Sc Bio Science

BIO-SCIENCE students can also go for Master Degree courses namely immunology, molecular genetics, ecology, environmental biology, pharmacology, tissue culture, B Ed etc.


Programme Specific Outcomes

BENGALI

Semester-1: History of Bengali literature and poetry (old era to middle era ).
Semester-2: History of Bengali literature (Modern Era), Rhetoric and Prosody (Chanda).
Semester-3: Bengali poetry (Middle and Modern era).
Semester-4: Structure and pattern of literary article.
Semester-5: Theory of Language and drama.
Semester-6: Selected Novels and short stories.


ECONOMICS

Semester 1: Introduction to economics
Semester 2: Micro economic theory
Semester 3: Macro economic theory.
Semester 4: Public finance, mathematical application in economics.
Semester 5: Development economics, International trade, Basics statistics.
Semester 6: Issues in Indian Economy, History of Economic thought, Basics econometric methods


EDUCATION

Semester 1: Philosophical and sociological foundation of education.
Semester 2: Educational Psychology.
Semester 3: Development of education system in India.
Semester 4: Measurement evaluation and statistics in education. Contemporary trends and issues in education.
Semester 5: Measurement and evaluation in education, educational technology and management.
Semester 6: Basics of educational research and statistics, educational theories and ideas of great educators.


ENGLISH

Semester 1: History of English Literature (Old English to 17th Century).
Semester 2: History of English literature from 19th to 20th Century plays of Ben Jonson, Marlowe, JM Synge and Shaw.
Semester 3: 16th to 17th century poetry and prose, 18th century poetry, drama and prose.
Semester 4: Romantic and Victorian poetry, Lamb and Hazlitt, 19th Century fiction-Hardy, Dickens Jane Austen, History of English Language, Rhetoric, Prosody, Phonetics, Linguistics.
Semester 5: Late 19th and 20th Century poetry. Hopkins, Yeats, Eliot, Auden, Owen, 20th Century Fiction-Joyce, Lawrence, Mansfield, Maugham.
Semester 6: History of Indian English literature, Drama, Novel, Short Stories, Poetry, Literary criticism and theory (Classical to modern including Indian theory), Other Literatures in English African, Canadian, Australian, Caribbean, American.


HINDI

Semester 1: History of Hindi Literature.
Semester 2: Selected Hindi prose.
Semester 3: Medieval Hindi poetry.
Semester 4: Hindi grammar and Indian poetics.
Semester 5: Functional Hindi, Linguistic, History of Hindi language.
Semester 6: Selected Modern poems.


HISTORY

Semester 1: History of India upto c AD 650
Semester 2: History of India c 650c 1550 AD
Semester 3: History of India AD 1500 — AD 1818
Semester 4: History of India 1818 AD — 1947 AD
Semester 5: Rise of Modern West , Mid 15 th to late 18th centuries. Modern Europe and the world c 800 AD — 1939 AD.
Semester 6: History of North East India 1826AD —1949AD. History of China and Japan 1840 — 1949.


KOKBOROK

Semester-1: Historical Development Of Kokborok, Genetic Classification, Historical Development of Kokborok Phonology, Morphology and History Of Kokborok Poetry, History Of Kokborok Prose and Drama, Vocabulary.
Semester-2: Kokborok Poetry.
Semester-3: Kokborok Grammar, Translation and Transcription.
Semester-4: Novels, Dramas, Short Stories and Literary Essays.
Semester-5: Kokborok Poetry-II.


PALI

Semester-1: Dhammapada, Suttanipata, Nikaya and Milindpanno, Pali grammar, Buddism in Tripura.
Semester-2: Dhammapada, Suttanipata, Nikaya, Sanskrit Grammar, Pali metre (Chanda).
Semester-3: Paligrammer, Atthakatha, Milindapanha, Buddist Philosophy.
Semester-4: Suttanipata, Mildapanna, Sanskrit grammar, History Pali canonical literature, Element of Science of Language ( Phoenetics)
Semester-5: Dhammapada, Milisdapanho, Paligrammer, Religious condition at the time of Buddha, History of Pali, Canonical Literature, Theory of Dependent Origination, Second Bhudduist Council, Buddhist Tribes of Tripura.


PHILOSOPHY

Semester 1: Metaphysics and ethics, Jainism and Buddiism, Nyaya, Vaisesika, Sankara, Sankhya, Ramanuja.
Semester 2: Theory of Plato, Aristotal, Descartes, Spinoza, Leibnitz, ideas and their classification of Locke, Berkeley, Hume, conception of Kant.
Semester 3: Nature and scope of Psychology, facts of memory, theories of learning, basic concepts of society, major social codes, democracy and its different forms, socialism.
Semester 4: Introduction to logic (western)-I.M. Copi
Semester 5: Tarkasanigraha with Dipika, Annambhatta. Contemporary western philosophy
Semester 6: Ethics and philosophy of religion, Bhagabat Gita-Chapter 2 to chapter 7, Russell-problems of philosophy


PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Semester 1: Principles and foundation of physical education, health education, anatomy physiology, environmental studies, theory of sports and games.
Semester 2: Sports training, methods of teaching organizations and Administration, yoga officiating and coaching and gender studies.
Semester 3: Sports psychology and sociology, sports medicine, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, sports management.
Semester 4: Measurement and evaluation in physical education, kinesiology. Biomechanics, research and statistics in physical education, contemporary issues in physical education.
Semester 5: Therapeutic aspects of physical education. Test measurement and Evaluation.


POLITICAL SCIENCE

Semester 1: Meaning of politics and their theories.
Semester 2: Western political theory
Semester 3: Indian Govt. and Politics
Semester 4: Public Administration
Semester 5: Indian political thoughts, Comparative Govt. and politics.
Semester 6: International relation, political sociology.


SANSKRIT

Semester 1: Grammar and Ethics.
Semester 2: Grammar Metric and Drama.
Semester 3: Prose, Poetry, Polity.
Semester 4: Drama, History of Sanskrit Literature (Classical and Modern).
Semester 5: Veda, Upanishad, History of Vedic Literature, Linguistic and Grammar.
Semester 6: Kavyashastra and Dharmashastra, Indroduction of Indian Philosophy.


COMMERCE

Semester 1: Principles of Management, Business Laws, Principles and practice of Accounting.
Semester 2: Business Economics and Business Mathematics corporate Laws, Elements of Cost
Accounting.
Semester 3: Indian Financial system, Entrepreneurship Development, Advanced Accounting.
Semester 4: Business Economics and Business Statistics, Business Ethics and communication, Elements of Auditing.
Semester 5: Information Technology and e-Commerce Marketing Management and Human Resource Management, Elements of Taxation.
Semester 6: Project and soft skill course.


CHEMISTRY

Semester 1: General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry.
Semester 2: Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry.
Semester 3: Coordination chemistry, Magneto chemistry, Thermodynamics and Kinetics, The liquid state and solution properties, Physical properties and molecular constitution.
Semester 4: Reaction inter mediates, Synthetic Application of active methylene compounds and organometallic reagents, Rearrangement reaction 2nd law of Thermodynamics chemical and ionic equilibrium, Electrochemistry.
Semester 5: d and f block elements, nuclear and radiochemistry, organo-metallic compounds, Bio-inorganic chemistry, Heterocyclic compounds, Carbohydrate, Amino acids and proteins, Pericyclic and Photo chemical reaction, Organic Spectroscopy, Dyes, Drugs and Pesticides.
Semester 6: Electrochemistry 2, Surface properties, macromolecule photo chemistry, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, Statistical thermodynamics, Industrial and green Chemistry.


MATHEMATICS

Semester 1: Classical Algebra and number theory, Abstract and vector algebra.
Semester 2: Linear Algebra, 2nd and 3rd dimension geometry.
Semester 3: Calculus and vector calculus.
Semester 4: Differential equation, Linear programming Problem.
Semester 5: Mathematical Analysis, Probability and Statistics, Tensor analysis, Dynamics of Particle.
Semester 6: Numerical analysis, C-progamming.


PHYSICS

Semester 1: Mathematical methods in physics, mechanics, general properties of matter, Vibration and waves. Semester 2: Electrostatics and magneto statics, Optics.
Semester 3: Current electricity, Thermal Physics.
Semester 4: Mechanics-II, relativity, Electro magnetism and electromagnetic theory.
Semester 5: Mathematical methods in Physics-II, Atomic and molecular Physics, Electronics (Analogue), Statistical mechanics.
Semester 6: Nuclear physics, Quantum mechanics, Condensed matter physics, Digital electronics and computer.


BOTANY

Semester 1: Fundamental, Environmental and Industrial Botany.
Semester 2: Algae, Bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms and paleo botany.
Semester 3: Micro biology, Fungi, Plant Pathology and Plant resource utilization.
Semester 4: Morphology, Taxonomy, Anatomy and Ecology and phytogeography.
Semester 5: Cell and molecular biology, Cytogenetic and Plant Breeding, Plant Physiology, Plant Bio-technology.


HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

Semester 1: Structural units of Human system, Bio-physical and Bio-chemistry principles, Blood, other body fluids and clinical hematology, Bio chemistry and enzymology.
Semester 2: Cardiovasular Physiology including basic idea about common cardio vascular diseases. Respiratory physiology, Physiology of digestion related to clinical aspects.
Semester 3: Neurochemistry and neurophysiology, Renal Physiology and Environmental stress Bio chemistry.
Semester 4: Brain and sensory physiology, Endocrinology and reproductive physiology.
Semester 5:Nutrition and dietics, Molecular biology and immunology.


ZOOLOGY

Semester 1: Non chordates –I, II, chordate, Taxonomy and classification.
Semester 2: Cell biology, Histology and developmental biology, Applied Zoology.
Semester 3: Genetics, Ecology.
Semester 4: Micro biology, Parasitology and immunology, Tools and Techniques in Biology.
Semester 5: Adaptation, Zoogeography and Ethology, Comparative Animal Physiology, Biodiversity and conservation, Bio statistics.
Semester 6: Evolutionary Biology, Bio Chemistry, Endocrinology and productive biology, Molecular Biology and genetic Engineering.




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