Available courses

Instructional Hours:54

Using Moodle as a teacher.

this is 5th semester core subject for BSc chemistry students.

Just like evolution of any other profession or discipline management accounting has also evolved as a discipline in a slow process. It has developed as a profession due to  the formation of large sized business units and multinational companies to prone to cut throat competetion.

Contemporary business is characterised by growing globalisation. Globalisation refers to the process of internationalization, typical of open economies. No economy in the world today aims merely at self sufficiency ie, production for self consumption. Rather all economies aims at self reliance ie, export surplus sufficient to finance expenditure on imports.

Semester 1 Complementary Course (English Model II)

Renaissance literature is characterized by the adoption of a Humanist philosophy and the recovery of the classical literature of Antiquity, and benefited from the spread of printing in the latter part of the 15th century.

Business Accounting- Model-II English

The course will enable the students to have an broader and base level understanding on the basics of sociology. Thus, this course focuses on

1. Introduce Sociology as science of society by tracing out its historical outline

2. Make students familiar with the basic concepts and realities to be studied in the discipline

3. To understand the Micro sociological foundation

4. To analyse the mechanism of Social Dynamics

 This course will enable the students to 

1. Introduce Social Psychology as a branch of Psychology which focus on the realities of group

mind

2. Understand Human Personality and its internal manifestations which determines the social self

of individuals

3. Provide fruitful understanding to the students about the dynamics of group behaviour

1. Understand the Origin, Features and Functions of Industrial Society

2. Describe the types of relations and disputes found in industrial society

3. Facilitate the students on the ways and techniques of the management of enterprises

 The course will enable the students to get familiarized with the basics of  sociological concepts. It will also help the students to 

Identify the main concerns of social science disciplines

 Articulate the basic terminology and theories prevalent across disciplines

 Understand qualitative and quantitative models within the social sciences

 To familiarise the methods and theories of social science to contemporary issues.

 Critically read popular and periodical literature from a social science perspective.

This course will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting principles, including the preparation and interpretation of financial statements, recording transactions, and the application of accounting standards.

This course will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting principles, including the preparation and interpretation of financial statements, recording transactions, and the application of accounting standards.

Gender is a social construction problem between men and women. The study of gender and sexuality in literature directs criticisms of social relations based on stereotypes, social activities, emotions, and feelings at the level of race, ethnicity, nation, culture, and global issues.

Security analysis is a method which helps to calculate the value of various assets and also find out the effect of various market fluctuations on the value of tradable financial instruments .

Pg first sem organisational behaviour

Strategic management is an organization's process of continuous planning, executing, monitoring, analyzing and assessing all that is necessary for an organization to meet its goals and objectives in pursuit of a future direction.

This course helps students to gain a basic understanding about the subject which forms an initial basement for their future learning 

Accounting is the base for commerce students.

The humble attempt at unveiling basic tenets of advertising and salesmanship to the students (6th semester)

This is for sem 4 B.Sc. Botany core students

CO Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course the students will be
able to:
CL PSO
1 Understand the historical underpinnings of sociological
theories
U PSO1
2 Understand the philosophy underlying sociological
thoughts U PSO2
3 Understand and evaluate classical sociological theories E PSO2,
PS


1ST SEM - UG- common course

In this course students able to understand the basics of Vector calculus, Number Theory and Laplace Transforms

1. Analyse the ways in which societal institutions and power structure impact the life of women.

2. Understand gender and women’s studies as an academic field of study with major concepts.

Sixth Semester:To examine the historical discourses of race and ethnicity in a variety of colonial and post colonial contexts

To analyze the histories and the presence of colonial mentalities and ways of life in post colonial locations

The most important subject for commerce student. Accounting is the backbone of B COM course.

This subject used for open course for the other strem students.

The course intends to equip the learners with theoretical and practical dimensions on stock market. The syllabus gives a snapshot of Indian financial system followed by delving into concepts of primary market, secondary market, mutual funds and derivatives.

CO1: Understand the various concepts and functioning of the financial system.

CO2: Familiarization with the Indian financial system and the financial market operations in India.

CO3: Increased awareness of the current structure and regulation of the Indian financial services sector.

CO4: Understand in detail, the functioning of the Primary and the Secondary markets.

CO5: Better understanding of the trading in the Indian Financial markets.

CO6: Understand the functioning of mutual funds and their role in increasing investments in India.

CO7: Familiarization with the hedging instrument-' Derivatives'.

CO8: Better understanding of forwards, futures, options and Swaps.

6th Semester Core Paper

The course intends to introduce to the students the basic concepts in cost accounting, and enable them to learn the fundamentals of cost accounting as a separate system. It covers different cost concepts followed by accounting and control of material cost, labour costand  overheads. The students will be equipped in preparing the statement of cost and profit and reconcile the disagreements in profits among cost and financial accounts.

CO1: Explain the basic concepts, methods and Techniques of cost accounting.

CO2: Recognize the place of cost accounting in business and management.

CO3: Demonstrate how material and labour costs are accounted.

CO4: Attain problem solving skills in areas of overhead allocation and absorption.

CO5: Understand the concept of cost control with respect to cost elements.

CO6: Prepare cost sheet and reconcile cost accounts with financial accounts.

THIS ISTHIRD SEM PHYSICS COMPLEMENTARY COURSE

Brief introduction and tax treatment of various allowances and perquisites available to an employee. 

Optimization technique is third semester complementary course of MSc.Mathemathics. Optimization technique is a powerful tool to obtain the desired design parameters and best set of operating conditions.This would help in experimental work 

THIS PAPER TALKs ABOUT ENVIRONMENT ISSUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Molecular Spectroscopy II involves electromagnetic, nuclear magentic resonance and electron spin resonance spectroscopic techniques.
Molecular Spectroscopy is the measurement of interactions between electromagnetic waves and matter. Spectroscopy deals with the study of absorption and emission of light and other radiation by matter. Molecular Spectroscopy I  involves Rotational, Vibrational and Raman techniques.

For generalization of Riemann Integrals of real valued functions over closed Intervals to real valued functions over arbitrary subsets of R, we need to extend the concept of 'length of an interval' to a similar 'measure of subsets of real numbers'. This is the motivation for introducing the concept 'measure'. In Measure Theory course we learn the concepts outer measure, measurable sets, measures, measurable functions, integrable functions, Lebesgue integrals, General measurable functions, integrals of general measurable functions, product measures etc.

For sem VI students of BSc Botany core

IV SEMESTER COMPLEMENTARY COURSE FOR B.Sc ZOOLOGY STUDENTS

Sixth semester core course in B Sc Botany programme

VI sem Botany Core

Imparting an insight into the principles of heredity 

 Understand the patterns of inheritance in different organisms  

 Understand the inheritance pattern of nuclear and extra nuclear genes  Understand the methods of crop improvement  

 Understand the importance of horticulture in human welfare 

 Develop skill in gardening technique among students 

VI sem Botany Core

Imparting an insight into the principles of heredity 

 Understand the patterns of inheritance in different organisms  

 Understand the inheritance pattern of nuclear and extra nuclear genes  Understand the methods of crop improvement  

 Understand the importance of horticulture in human welfare 

 Develop skill in gardening technique among students 

This is for VI Botany Core. 

Inculcate and impart an idea about the business opportunities in the field of plant sciences.

  Develop an entrepreneurial mindset and also to stick on to the core subject among the Botany students. 

 Give an idea about the need of sustainable development and organic farming. 

 Harness the opportunities and potentials in the field of ecotourism, processing technology and food sciences. 

VI semester Botany Core course.

Understand the current developments in the field of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.  

 Equip the students to carry out plant tissue culture. 

 Introduce the vast repositories of biological data knowledge. 

 Equip to access and analyze the data available in the databases.

third semester complementary

Cryptogams are the group of seedless plants, included in the syllabus as a topic of complementary course for 1st semester

Polypetalae is the class of plants in angiosperm systematics, It is included in the syllabus of MG University in the semester 3 as a topic of complementary course

Phycology is the study of algae, it is included in the syllabus of B Sc Botany program of M G University in the third semester as a core course topic.

Course for First semester Botany Core students. 

Objectives of study 

Understand the universal nature of science 

Demonstrate the use of scientific method 

To lay a strong foundation to the study in Botany


This course is offered for fifth semester B.Sc. Botany Degree program.

Objectives of the course:

Acquaint the student with the significance of Environmental Science and Human rights. 

Make the students aware about the extent of the total biodiversity and the importance of their conservation. 

Help the student to design novel mechanisms for the sustainable utilization of natural resources. 

Enable the students to understand the structure and function of the ecosystems. 

 Enable the students to understand various kinds of pollution in the environment, their impacts on the ecosystem and their control measures 

Make the students aware about various environmental laws in India and the role of various movements in the protection of nature and natural resources

To promote the awareness about the basics of  Human rights.

5th Botany semester core subject

Course for third semester Botany Core students 


Objectives:  To study the evolutionary importance of Algae as progenitors of land plants  Understand the unique and general features Algae and Bryophytes and familiarize it  To study the external morphology, internal structure and reproduction of different types of Algae and Bryophytes  Realize the application of Phycology in different fields 

This course is offered as a complementary course for those students who opted Biological Sciences as their Main

The objective of this course is to understand  Basic Organic Chemistry like IUPAC nomenclature, stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms and aromatic compounds.

The objective of this course is to understand the failure of classical mechanics, origin and applications of Quantum Mechanics.

The objective of this course is to understand the Chemistry behind soaps, detergents, cosmetics, drugs, fertilizers, plastics and food.

To understand the basics of Nuclear Chemistry, Drugs, Agricultural Chemistry and Bio inorganic Chemistry

This course is offered for the I semester B.Sc. Chemistry students studying under  M.G.University. This course deals with basic analytical techniques in chemistry and the Origin and methodology of Chemistry

This course is offered as a complementary course for the Students who opted Physics and Biological sciences as their main.

This is the course offered for the V semester B.Sc. Chemistry Students studying under M.G. University. This deals with the Reasons for environmental pollutions, Measures to overcome that and an Outline about Human rights

First semester complementary chemistry course which discusses the atomic structure, chemical bonding, chemical equilibrium and analytical methods like volumetric, gravimetry and chromatography 

Physical Chemistry I is the fifth semester core course of B.Sc. Chemistry students which discusses about the three states of matter and other surface phenomena.

Organic Chemistry I is the third semester core course for B.Sc. Chemistry students which discusses the stereochemistry, organic reaction mechanisms, aromaticity and basic organic reactions including pericyclic reactions at its introductory level

Fifth semester Open Course offered by the Department of Chemistry which gives a basic introduction to topics like soaps, drugs, dyes, polymers, fertilizers, food additives, cosmetics and nanomaterials from its Chemistry point of view for students of other departments 


Third semester complementary chemistry course for life science students which deals with Heterocyclic compounds, Drugs, Food additives, Agricultural Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry and Bio-inorganic Chemistry

This is the course offered for the V semester B.Sc. Chemistry Students studying under M. G. University, Kottayam. This course deals with Nitrogen containg compounds, Heterocyclics, Carbohydrates, Drugs, Dyes, Polymers and Active methylene compounds.

This is one of the courses taught in the V semester for B.Sc. Chemistry students

THIS IS MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY CORE COURSE CHEMISTRY

This is a fourth-semester complementary course offered by the Department of Chemistry for the Life science major UG students which discusses about the biologically important molecules

This is second year Complementary course in chemistry 

For 4 th sem students who have opted Life Sciences and Family & Community Science as core

THIS FOR 4 TH SEM  PHYSICS STUDENTS

This is the core Course offered for the I B.SC Chemistry Students. This Course deals with Atomic Structure, Periodic properties and Chemical Bonding 

This is one of the courses of VI semester Chemistry Students. It Deals with Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Photo Chemistry                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               d

This is one among the courses of V I semester Chemistry Curriculum. This mainly deals with Solution Chemistry, Electrochemistry, and Group Theory.


Understand ideal and non ideal solutions in terms of Raoult's law, separation techniques of binary liquid systems, solubility of gases in liquids

Explain chemical potential

Calculate physical parameters using colligative properties

Understand osmosis, reverse osmosis and Vant Hoff factor

Understand symmetry, symmetry elements, point groups and construct character tables


Describe the basic concepts of thermodynamics

Basic reactions of alcohols, carbonyl compounds and carboxylic acids

(For students who have opted Life Sciences and Family & Community Science as core)

Common for students who have opted Life Sciences, Family & Community Science, Physical Sciences and ZOOLOGY  as core)

THIS FOR 1 ST SEM CHEMISTRY CORE COURSE

This course enables to understand the various methods of data collection and the analysis techniques

Third Semester B Com Finance & Taxation

Fourth Semester B Com Finance & Taxation

Second Semester B. Com Finance & Taxation

First Semester B Com Finance & Taxation

Fifth Semester B Com Finance & Taxation

VI Semester B Com Finance & Taxation

Course Name: Financial Management

Instructional Hours: 90

This subject covers financial statement analysis, Ratio analysis, fund flow analysis and cash flow analysis

This subject covers topics like Correlation, Bi variate data analysis , index numbers ,time series analysis and probability

This subject covers introduction to management, scope and functional area and also covers aspects of business management like planning, organising, direction and control .It also covers different management techniques

The course provides a detailed knowledge about the application of costing methods and techniques in business decision making such as job costing, batch costing, contract costing, operating costing, process costing, marginal costing and budgeting.

CO1: Identify the different methods and techniques of costing applicable for different types of industries.

CO2: Apply the methods and techniques of costing to the determination cost in various industries.

CO3: Assess the concept and relevance of marginal costing and Break even analysis and employ them as tools for planning and decision making.

CO4: Understand the concept of budget and budgetary control and prepare various budgets.

The course offers the application of theoretical knowledge pursued from courses such as banking, insurance and corporate regulations. It equip the students to prepare the final accounts of banking and insurance companies and deal with accounting treatments related to amalgamation, absorption, external and internal reconstruction and liquidation of companies.

CO1: Understand the legal aspects relating to the accounts of insurance and banking companies, amalgamation, absorption, internal reconstruction and external reconstruction.

CO2: Understand the various aspects of accounts of banking companies and insurance companies.

CO3: Apply the accounting concepts in preparation of financial statements of banking and insurance companies.

CO4: Demonstrate the knowledge of accounting treatment and the ability to apply them to solve problems regarding amalgamation, absorption, internal reconstruction and external reconstruction.

Financial Accounting - II will help learners to be acquainted  with the preparation of books of accounts of various types of business activities and application of important accounting standards.

A course which will help the learners to play a key role in being legally compliant and in  making clear-eyed decisions about the future plans.

To give the students a general understanding of the GST law in the country with a practical perspective and employability to the students in the commercial tax practices.

To provide the students with an overall idea of financial services available in the country and to create an understanding about recent trends in financial services sector.

Brief introduction and tax treatment of various provisions and rules related to computation, assessment and procedures of Income tax.

The course assures a holistic view on the different aspects relating to the company law, right from the formation of a company to its winding up.

CO1: Recognize company as a form of business and identify various types of companies.

CO2: Understand the provisions of Companies Act 2013 with respect to formation, administration and winding up of companies.

CO3: Demonstrate knowledge of administration and management of companies.

CO4: Understand the various provisions of Companies Act with respect to share capital.

CO5: Basic awareness about the legal framework of company administration.

It deals with important financial decisions such as financing decisions, capital budgeting, working capital management and dividend decisions.

The subject of banking and insurance has undergone a tremendous change in the recent years.There has been a shift from traditional banking to modern banking especially in the post reform era. With the entry of private sector banks into the scene of Indian Banking, considerable improvement is felt not only in the profitability and efficiency of Indian commercial banks.

Marketing as a branch of knowledge  is an ocean of thoughts, concepts, and practices related to the production, distribution, and satisfaction  of consumer needs.

A business decision, sometimes called an operational decision, is any choice made by a business professional that determines short-term or long-term company activities.

 Entrepreneurship is the art of starting a business, basically a startup company offering creative product, process or service. This subject is designed to help an individual in strengthening his entrepreneurial motive and in acquiring skills and capabilities necessary for playing his entrepreneurial role effectively. is necessary to promote this understanding of motives and their impact on entrepreneurial values and behavior for this purpose.

Business  is a complex and exhaustive process in a multidimensional framework. the radius of business is so extensive that it influence  all aspects of human life. Learning of business  systems helps people  to understand the depth and breadth of business along with the opportunities and challenges in this domain.

The Indian financial system has undergone a remarkable change during the last decade. We find the  Indian market confirms to best international practices and standards both in terms of structure and in terms of operating efficiency. Investment activity was mainly observed strong among the FII community in the Indian markets. The regulatory framework is being streamlined to the global standard. The growth of derivatives and commodities markets is an important development too. This calls for adequate working knowledge of financial system for various interest groups especially commerce students.

Postcolonial essays, short stories, and novels.

Strategic Financial management deals with the principles and strategies related to important financial management  decisions such as financing decision, capital budgeting, working capital management and dividend decisions. it also deals with the working capital decisions such as cash management, receivables management and inventory management. This subject helps to know about the long term financial decisions such as capital structure planning, capital budgeting and ratio analysis.


This course enables to understand the working of financial system and markets

This course enables to understand the important concepts in environmental economics

This course helps to understand the elementary concepts in macroeconomics, Public economics and kerala economy

This course helps to understand the day to day activities of the government

This course helps to understand the concepts of microeconomics and to understand about various economic systems. This course also helps to understand various production and consumption theories

This course is meant to analyse the various microeconomic concepts and to analyse the behaviour of firms in different market structures.

This course intends to make the students interested in the overall activity of the economy through various macroeconomic theories.

Core Course for II B.A Economics 

Core Course for I B.A Economics

Core course in Semester Five. 

This is a core course for Fifth-semester Students pursuing B.A Economics.

American literature, the body of written works produced in the English language in the United States. The students get a chance to Study American writings written across the ages

 

COURSE

 

DETAILS

CODE: 

 

EN6CR12

TITLE

 

AMERICAN LITERATURE

DEGREE

 

BA

BRANCH(S)

 

ENGLISH

YEAR/SEMESTER

 

3 / VI

TYPE

 

CORE

CREDITS

 

4

TOTAL NO: OF

CONTACT HOURS: 

90

HOURS PER WEEK: 5

NAME OF THE TEACHER (S)                 

ANCY CYRIAC, MINU ALEX

 

 

Sl no.

Course Outcomes

CL

PSO

1

Understand the tenets of American Literature and identify the main authors in the period

R

1,7

2

Compare the threads of thought in American History

U

1,7

3

Apply the various theories of literature to the writings of the period

Ap

4

4

Assess the texts culturally 

An

2,7

5

Evaluate the unit of study against the cultural background.

E

1,2

6. 

Recreate and enact acts from the text

C

3

*PSO –Program Specific Outcome; CO- Course Outcome; Cognitive Level: R- Remember, U-Understanding, Ap- Application; An- Analyse; E- Evaluate; C-Create

 

 


Writing is an important tool for women to voice their experiences - of identity, sexuality, marriage, love, family, life.

But often women find is hard to use traditional forms of writing and literary conventions to convey these personal experiences. Language has been created and shaped by men. Often women's experiences are told from a male perspectives.

Students study women centered writings written by women and about women


 

COURSE

 

DETAILS

CODE: 

 

EN6CR11

TITLE

 

WOMEN WRITING

DEGREE

 

BA

BRANCH(S)

 

ENGLISH

YEAR/SEMESTER

 

3 / VI

TYPE

 

CORE

CREDITS

 

4

TOTAL NO: OF

CONTACT HOURS: 

90

HOURS PER WEEK: 5

NAME OF THE TEACHER (S)           

RIYA SUSAN SCARIAH, NITHYA MARIAM JOHN

 

 

 

Sl no.

Course Outcomes

CL

PSO

1

Retrieve the incidents that one see in society and identify the theoretical representation of  the instances in the society.

R

1,7

2

Understand the various ways in which feminist ideologies are put into practice in the contemporary world.

U

1,7

3

Interpret how contemporary issues are dealt with in articles, memoirs, short stories and poems.

Ap

4

4

Differentiate and form critical opinions on relevant issues concerned to women writing.

An

2

5

Critique the skills and techniques employed by various poets and fiction writers.

E

1,7

6

Create a more imaginative and impactful writing stimulated by various works of eminent writers

C

3

7

Generate a series of poems and stories that mirror issues and raise questions pertinent to feminism.

C

3

*PSO –Program Specific Outcome; CO- Course Outcome; Cognitive Level: R- Remember, U-Understanding, Ap- Application; An- Analyse; E- Evaluate; C-Create

 


A glimpse of American literature through the ages. Poetry, prose, and essays spanning across centuries.

Literature with emphasis on Gender

Acquaint students to British and Non British fiction 


 

COURSE

 

DETAILS

CODE: 

 

EN4CR05

TITLE

 

MODES OF FICTION

DEGREE

 

BA

BRANCH(S)

 

ENGLISH

YEAR/SEMESTER

 

2 / IV

TYPE

 

CORE

CREDITS

 

4

TOTAL NO: OF CONTACT HOURS: 

72

HOURS PER WEEK: 4

NAME OF THE TEACHER (S)                 

NITHYA MARIAM JOHN, PHILICY PHILIP

 

 

Sl no.

Course Outcomes

CL

PSO

1

Identify the elements of the genre of fiction

R

1,2,5

2

Compare British fiction with non-British fiction.

U

1,5

3

Discuss the genre of fiction 

U

1

4

Deconstruct established emotional attributes to human nature.

An

5,6,7

5

Construct similar texts based on their understanding of the genre.

C

6,7

*PSO –Program Specific Outcome; CO- Course Outcome; Cognitive Level: R- Remember, U-Understanding, Ap- Application; An- Analyse; E- Evaluate; C-Create

 


This is a common course offered to the II Semester students of BA, BSc, and BCom(Model I, II&III) Programmes. The course aims at sensitizing the learners to contemporary issues of concern. 

Introduce the students to the basics of language and literary theories.

Course Outcomes

1 Recollect the evolution of literature from antiquity to

postmodern times

2 Compare and contrast the diversity of genres and

techniques of representation

3 Focus on the periods of literature and examine the varieties

of language

4 Evaluate the significance of the periods of literature with

special reference to language variations

5 Generate, design and produce narratives and research on

links between film and literature

Linguistics is the scientific study of language, and its focus is the systematic investigation of the properties of particular languages as well as the characteristics of language in general.

Course Outcomes

1.Identify the branches of linguistics and locate the

phonetic scripts.

2 Understand language scientifically 

3 Implement Linguistics in your day today life 

4 Differentiate between the various branches of linguistics 

5 Discuss the various semantic changes and growth of

vocabulary

6. Produce transcription based sentences

American literature is literature written or produced in the United States and in the colonies that preceded it. The American literary tradition thus is part of the broader tradition of English Literaure, but also includes literature of other traditions produced in the United States. 

Course Outcomes 


1 Understand the tenets of American Literature and identify the

main authors in the period

2 Compare the threads of thought in American History 

3 Apply the various theories of literature to the writings of the

period

4.Assess the texts culturally 

5 Evaluate the unit of study against the cultural background. 

6. Recreate and enact acts from the text 

Basic introdution to the theory of translation and an analysis of regional Indian literatures in translation

The course is prescribed for B.A and B. Sc students to understand the different classical works in Literature.

The course aims to introduce the theoretical and literary responses by women and the concerns that govern feminist literature.

The course introduces students to world literature. 

This is a general English paper offered to BA/ B.Sc. first semester students. The paper includes literary works from different genres like novella, drama, short story and poem.

This is a general English course offered to BA/B.Sc. first semester students. Various literary works included in this paper will help to enhance the aesthetic and literary appreciation skills of students.

This is a general English paper for first semester B.A, BSc., B.Com students which is designed to enhance the usage of everyday English language among the students. Five modules included in the text will be helpful for the students in improving their formal and conversational English language skills. 

SEMESTER - I

COMMON COURSE

COURSE CODE:  EN1CCT01


This is a general English paper for first semester B.A, BSc., B.Com students which is designed to enhance the usage of everyday English language among the students. Five modules included in the text will be helpful for the students in improving their formal and conversational English language skills. 

             This core course is offered to the Third semester BA English Mode1, Model 2, and Model 3 students. It aims to give the students a glimpse of the range and variety of English poetry from the Renaissance to the contemporary period. 

3rd Semester Course for BA/ BSc students

Semester 3 core course for Model 1 English Language and Literature and Model2 Administrative Assistant Course.

The course is intended to sensitivise students to the various ways in which literature written in English, in the Indian sub-continent serves as a platform for forming, consolidating, critiquing and re-working the issue of national ‗identity‘ at various levels.

Pearls from the Deep is the general English paper for the first semester B.A/ BSc. students. This paper includes various literary works which will help the students to develop an interest in literature. It comprises of a novella, one act plays, short stories and poems.

Introduces the students to writings by Indian authors spanning across centuries. 

The course seeks to introduce the student to the major signposts in the historical evolution of literary studies from its inception to the current postcolonial realm

The course seeks to introduce students to the major developments in literary criticism from the ancient times to the modern times,  aims to initiate students to the realm of literary theory and major theoretical schools and enables them to analyze poetical pieces critically. 

The course seeks to introduce the student to select theatre texts that form the canon of English drama


This is a general English paper for first semester B.A, BSc., B.Com students which is designed to enhance the usage of everyday English language among the students. Five modules included in the text will be helpful for the students in improving their formal and conversational English language skills.  

The course is intended to sensitivise students to the various ways in which literature serves as a platform for forming, consolidating, critiquing and re-working the issue of ‗identity‘ at various levels. 

This a general English course for the first semester B.A, BSc. Degree students. This paper includes works of literature that will boost the imagination of students and thereby their creative abilities.

To make the students competent in their job-seeking, job-getting, and job-holding needs. The course shall cater to equipping the students in Comprehensive Language Enhancement.

The student is given space to mature in the presence of glorious essays, both Western and Non-Western.

This course aims to make the learner aware of the way in which history shapes life and literature of a people


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