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Programme Outcome

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. B.Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  10. The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  11. They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

Assamese (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMM- 101

History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) The students will be introduced to different opinions regarding age divisions in Assamese literature. They will also acquire a comprehensive knowledge about Assamese literature from beginning to Shankarrottar era.

BA- Sem II

ASMM 201

History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) The students will be acquainted with age divisions in Assamese literature and they will also have a comprehensive knowledge about the Assamese literature from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 301

Primary Introduction to Linguistics Students will be able to acquire the primary knowledge of different aspects of language and linguistics.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 302

Study of Assamese Poetry Students will learn about the history of Assamese poetry and characteristics as well as variety of Assamese poetry.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 401

Assamese Prose Literature Students will be able to understand the growth and development of Assamese prose, its characteristics and variety with reference to selected works.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 402

Language and Script in Assam The students will be acquainted with the languages and dialects in Assam and their linguistic characteristics, script and communicative aspects.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 501

Literary Theory (Sahityatattwa) and Criticism Students will be able to appreciate literature, definition and nature of different genres of Assamese literature including rhetoric and prosody.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 502

Assamese Drama Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge regarding Assamese dramatic literature and the growth and development of theatre and stage with reference to selected dramatic works.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 503

Study of Assamese Culture This course will give students a general idea of culture and the characteristics of Assamese culture with reference to folk culture and folk believes, performing arts and traditional dresses and ornaments of Assamese of different communities of people Assam.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 504

Comparative Indian Literature Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of the definition, introduction and comparative Indian literature – scope and relevance of its study.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 601

Study of different aspects of language and  Literature The students will acquire a comprehensive idea of news presentation in different media, manuscripts editing and practical aspects of using language in advertising.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 602

Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the outline of development of Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language. They will also be introduced to the nature of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit language through selected texts.  The students will also have a clear idea of growth of development of Assamese language and the characteristics of Assamese grammar.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 603

Linguistic approach to the Study of Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language in keeping with the theoretical aspects of phonetics.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 604

Introduction to World Literature The students will be acquainted with the concept of world literature through selected texts.

 

 

 

English (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ENGM- 101

History of English Society  and Culture – I The students will be appointed with events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from Anglo Saxon to the Restoration period. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem II

ENGM 201

History of English Society  and Culture – II The students will learn about events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from 18 century to the 20th century. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 301

History of English Language Critical terms and classical Mythology In part I the students will learn the history of the English Language, both Synchronic and diachronic in part B unit I they will study common critical terms and concepts and have their critical skill and sensibility. In unit II they will learn the major events and characters in classical mythology which will help them connect to western literature as part of larger socio- cultural context.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 302

Reading Poetry They will be acquainted with major poets and poems from Shakespeare to T.S. Eliot in the perspective of literary movement and issues that define the ethos of the text under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 401

Reading Prose and Fiction The students will be acquainted with major essayists, non fictional prose writers, and novelist from Bacon to Jane Austen. They will also keep themselves abreast of movements and issues that define the Ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 402

Reading Fiction The students will be acquainted with the major English novels from Dicknes to Lawranc keeping in mind the different socio political context of their original and reception.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 501

Reading Drama The students will be acquainted with English Drama from Marlowe to Beckett, keeping in mind the cultural contexts of their production and reception. They will also know about the movements that mark the growth of English drama and study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 502

Criticism The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the classical period as well as from the Renaissance and the classical period in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. The students will know the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny to help them understand the common trajectory of growth of western literary criticism.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 503

Great European Thinkers The students will be acquainted with major philosophical texts from the early modern period to the twentieth century and will able to contextualize philosophical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also be able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny and understand the common trajectory of critical inquiries in philosophical as well as literary critical texts.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 504

Indian Writing in English The students will be acquainted with seminal IWF texts which will help them understand the complexities of Indian life and culture as well as the relevance of IWE in the contemporary world. They will be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of IWE and study issues that define the Indian ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 601

Criticism II The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century and will be able to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference for understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny which will help them understand the various trajectories of growth of literary criticism.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 602

Literature of the USA The students will be acquainted with seminal American texts which help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation. They will also be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of the literature of the USA, and they will also study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 603

Literature in the Post colonial world The students will be acquainted with seminal post colonial novels and will be able to understand the complex negotiation between the colonizer and the colonized and the trams formation in societies and cultures in India and African region.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 604

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics The students will be introduced to some basic concepts associated with language. They will able be familiarized with the sound system of English and English syntax to carryon effective communicative in English.

Economics (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOM- 101

Microeconomics-I The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOM 201

Macroeconomics The students will learn the basics of macroeconomics. They will be able to acquire the knowledge the theories of Income and Employment; of consumption function and investment spending; determination of interest rate and IS/LM model. They will develop the ideas about open economy in the context of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 301

 

 

Microeconomics-II

The students will develop the understanding of the basic concepts of Microeconomics and enhance their economic reasoning to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents to understand the decision making process in different market situations. Students will be provided with the opportunity to build with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical application so that they will realize good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the modern economic functions.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 302

Statistical Methods in Economics The students will learn some basic statistical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 401

Mathematics for Economics The students will be acquainted with some basic mathematical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 402

Public Economics – Theoretical Issues The students will be acquainted with some basic theoretical concepts of public finance which will enable them to understand the practical issues.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 501

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – I The students will be acquainted with the indicators of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 502

Public Economics- Policy Issues. Students will be acquainted with the fiscal policies designed for developed and developing economies with a special thrust to the federal system of India.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 503

History of Economic Thought The learners will be acquainted with the historical developments in the economic thoughts propounded by different schools.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 504

Monetary Theories and Financial markets The learners will be acquainted with some basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with a reference to Indian financial markets which will enable the learners to relate the conceptual issues to the real world situations.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 601

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – II The students will be acquainted with the development issues of Indian Economy and will understand the problems of developments of North East India.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 602

Environmental Economics The learners will be acquainted with the basic concept of Environmental economics along with the solution of environmental problems.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 603

International economics The learners will be acquainted with both real and monetary aspects of International economics. They will be able grasp and retain the concepts and thereby bring excitement of International Economics to the classroom. They will also learn from traditional to modern, theoretical to analytical developments in international economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 604

Economic Issues of Assam The students will be acquainted with the characteristics of the economy of Assam. They will also be able to know the performance and problems of the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of economy of Assam.

 

Political Science (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCM- 101

Western political Thought This course familiarizes students with the ,manner in which the political questions were first posed. This is a basic foundation  course where the contribution of the main traditions of western political thinkers to political thought are discussed.

BA- Sem II

PSCM 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 302

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 401

Comparative Politics This course introduce  the students with the diverse political system specially the develop countries along with China and Switzerland. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 402

Politics of North East India with Special Reference to Assam

The primary aim of this paper is acquaint the student with the sensitive peripheral states of India that has attracted the attention of the social scientists since a few years back.  Moreover, being the citizens of the Northeast region it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of their own area.

 

BA- Sem V

PSCM 501

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 502

Indian Political thought The course is design to introduce the students to the contribution of the main traditions of Indian political thinking to political. It is also mean to provide a sense of the broad stream of Indian political thought.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 503

Indian Foreign Policy This paper helps the students to understand the genesis, evolution and practice of Indian foreign policy. It also teach the student about changing strategy, bargaining, negotiation through which a nation develop its global status.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 504

International Law The course is designed to acquaint the students with the basics of international law. It also helps the students to understand the sources and implementation of these laws.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 601

Human Rights The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 602

Introduction to women’s Studies The aim of the course is to generate sensitization for women’s issues and problems. It will try to introduce the basic concepts and theories to facilitate the understanding of women’s studies.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 603

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objectives of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 604

Indian Administration The course will help the students to develop a broad perspective to understand the nature, character and behavior of Indian administration. It is envisaged that the course would provide the students with a good exposure to the process and dynamics of Indian administration.

 

Education (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNM- 101

Philosophical foundations of education The students will understand the meaning of, nature, scope and determinates of aims of education. They will also understand the meaning, nature, scope of educational philosophy and the relation between philosophy and education. They will also know the nature and educational implementation of some Indian school of philosophy and of western school of philosophy.

BA- Sem II

EDNM 201

Sociological foundations of education The students will learn the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2) They also learn about the social aspect and process as related to education. They will  acquire knowledge about the relationship between education, changes and development and 3) They will gain knowledge of different political ideologies and their bearings in education and the social groups and quality of education.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 301

Educational Psychology 1) Students will understand the concept of Psychology and scope and function of educational Psychology. 2) They will also understand different factors of learning including concepts of motivation, intelligence, attention and interest, memory. 3) They will be introduced to the concepts of mental health and hygiene for adjustment in society.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 302

Educational measurement and Evaluation The students will develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) The learners will be familiarized with different types of tools : their characteristics and process of construction. 3) the learners will be acquainted with some pacific tools to measure intelligence, personality and attitude. they will develop an understanding  of the meaning nature and application of statistics in measurement and evaluation in education.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 401

History of Indian Education (up to 1947) 1) Students will be introduce to educational heritage of India. 2) Students will be able to analyze the causes of the social and political changes that took place in India in 18th, 19th century. They will understand the implect of socio political changes of the nationalist changes in India during early 20th century. 3) they will understand the role of education in the development of in  to understand the role of education in an emerging India.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 402

Great educators and educational thought The students will acquainted with the development of educational thought. The students will known the contribution educators of different countries to educational theory. 2) The students will be initiated to make an in-depth analysis of the various issues and problems of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 501

Child psychology & child guidance The students will understand the importance of  the child psychology and the need of  guidance for child development. 2) They will have an understanding about children and developed a new inside about them. The learner will developed a sensitivity towards the needs and right of children. They will understand the importance of play in child development.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 502

Education in Post Independent India The students will acquire the knowledge of the development of Indian education since independent. 2) They will also be introduced to the changes taking place in Indian educational system since independence. The students will understand and appreciate the reason for the recommendations of different educational commissions since independence. They will also have an in-depth understanding of the causes of varies educational movements and its accompany challenges.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 503

Educational Technology The students will be acquaints with the meaning of educational technology and its used in educational system. 2) They will be introduced to the various uses of mass media and their rapidly expanding the mention. They will be oriented towards classroom communication skills. They will be able to used innovative methods of educational technology in teaching learning process.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 504

Techniques and methodology of teaching 504 Students will understand the principle of teaching learning process2) they will be familize with the role of audio visual age. They will know the importance of lesson planning in teaching learning process. They will be aquinted the different methods and appreciate of teaching. They will gain the know learning about teaching different subjects. The students will develop[p a few teaching skills through micro teaching they will be oriented to classroom teaching through practice teaching . they will develop of preparing lesson plane for micro and macro teaching

BA- Sem V

EDNM 505

Practice Teaching 505 To enable the students-1) To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2) To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Macro teaching.

 

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 601& 602

A. Laboratory Practical 1) the students will be introduce to experimental psychology.2) the students will be taught the uses of psychological test and psychological laboratory. The Students will learn to conduct psychological experiment and write report of the experimental process.
B. Field Report The students will acquired practical knowledge of field work. They will gain knowledge of preparing a report after a field visit. Student will also be familiarized with the changing educational realities of today’s society.

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 603

Educational Management The students will know the concept of management and they will be oriented towards practices of management in a education. They will know the concept of planning and finance and understand the concept of education supervision.-

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 604

Education in World Perspective The students will understand the Indian educational system they will be acquainted with the concept of comparative study and make a comparative study of USA, UK, India and Japan . They will understand the drawback of Indian educational system in compression to the system of education of those countries. They will be able to plane chances in education in the context of global war and help in reforms.  .

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 605

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will develop and understanding about the significant range in Indian education. They will know the various planes and policies regarding the educational setup in India. They will know certain major social and national issues related to educational system in India. They will also know the new strange in the field of modern education in India , specially  the non formal aspect for Indian education.

 

Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

AFAC- IX

Advanced Financial Accounting This course will acquaint the students with the advanced topics of   Financial Accounting like Investment Accounts.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

SAPM- XVI

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management The students will be able to learn the intricacies of investment decision making and also will benefit the students to choose portfolio management as a career option.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

DTAX- XX

Direct Tax -I This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income from salary and house property and different types of income tax authorities.

BCOM- Sem VI

DTAX- XXI

Direct Tax -II This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income for business and profession, capital gains and income from other sources and Tax planning within the jurisdiction of Income Tax Act, 1961.

BCOM- Sem VI

FSAS- XXII

Financial  Statement Analysis This course will acquaint the students about different tools and techniques of analyzing the financial statements of business entities.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Human Resource Management (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and Globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

PMTG- IX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

HRMT- XV

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem IV

INRL- XVI

Industrial Relations This course aims at imparting knowledge about the different aspects of industrial relations and government labour policies.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration  of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

GHRM- XIX

Global HRM This course will give the students an understanding of the principles and practices followed for human resource management at both national and international level.

BCOM- Sem V

HRDT- XX

Human Resource Development This course will give the students a basic idea of the HRD practices followed in India, strategic HRD and methods of training and development programmes.

BCOM- Sem VI

LILW- XXI

Labour and Industrial Laws This course will give the students an idea of the provisions of the different legislations related to labours, viz. Factories Act, 1948, The Trade Unions Act, 1926, The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 etc.

BCOM- Sem VI

TRUM- XXII

Trade Unionism This course will orient the students about the concept and the role and functions of Trade Unions.

BCOM- Sem VI

COMT- XXIII

Compensation Management The students will be acquainted with the effective management of compensation policies, strategies and systems.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Assamese (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMG- 101

History of Assamese Literature and the study of cultural of Assamese The students will acquire the knowledge of History of Assamese Literature. They will be acquainted with the literary works of different ages. They will acquire a general idea of Assamese culture.

BA- Sem II

ASMG 201

Introduction to Applied Assamese The learners will be able to learn correct pronounciation and correct spelling of Assamese in addition to application of proper terminology, translation and drafting of different types of letters.

BA- Sem IV

ASMG 401

Introduction Assamese Literature The students will have an idea of Assamese Poetry and Fiction from the era of Shankardeva to the present time.

B.Com- Sem III

ASMG 301

Modern Indian Language (Assamese) The students of commerce will have an idea of Assamese language and literature and will be acquainted with writings related to business and commerce. They will also learn how to write notes, draft, letters and application of commercial terminology in proper contexts.

 

English (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The students will acquire some of the basic skills in written communication. They will learn the use of language and will be able to practice the different modes of writing and comprehance which shall include analysis and interpretation. They will be able to write reports, notes, memos and paragraph.

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

Students will familiarize with poetry and grammar. They will be able appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against with the selected master pieces of poems by English, American and Indian writers were produced. They will also acquire the skill in writing and literary appreciation.

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

The students will be able to appreciate different kinds of creative writing to the select literary text will be exploited by preparing supportive materials which will facilities the development of language and communication skills as well as.

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

The students will be enable to appreciate different types of creative writing and will be appointed with the ideas of nonfixonal prose by writers and thinkers.

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

The students will acquire a firsthand knowledge of major English poems from the romantic to the modern period by English, American and Indian poets. They will also acquire a firsthand knowledge of Rasian drama. They will be able to gait themselves acquainted with other. Literally cultural besides English.

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This course will prepare the students or competitive examination and will enable them to develop skills and abilities naturally for their further academic and professional needs and takes.

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

The students will be familiarize with literary genres such as fixtio0n and short stories so that the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature may be developed. They will also introduce to different negative side adopted by the writers concerned.

Semester III

(ALTC-302)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

Economics (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOG- 101

Microeconomics Theory The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOG 201

Macroeconomics The students will acquainted with the  basics of macroeconomic concepts and the theory of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOG 301

 

 

Public Finance

The learners acquainted with some basic theoretical concept of Public finance with reference to Indian Economy.

BA- Sem IV

ECOG 401

Issues of Indian Economy Learners will be acquainted with some salient fitures of Indian Economic. They will also understand the performance of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

BA- Sem V

ECOG 501

Elementary Statistics for Economics The learners will acquainted with some basic statistical methods that can be applied in Economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOG 601

Development Economics The learners will acquainted with measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

 

Political Science (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCG- 101

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem II

PSCG 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCG 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCG 401

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system, globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem V

PSCG 501

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objective of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCG 601

Human Rights

 

The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

 

Education (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNG- 101

Foundations of education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, types, nature and scope of education. 2) Understand the determinants and different aims of education. 3) Explain the concepts, approached and theories of educational sociology. 4) Describe the role of education in social change and Modernization. 5) Know the concept of continuing, distance and adult education and its importance. 6) Explain the meaning and types of curriculum and its relevancy. 7) Comprehend the concept, type and technique of examination and evaluation

BA- Sem II

EDNG 201

Educational Psychology On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, nature, scope and use of Psychology in education. 20 Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 3) Describe the meaning, concepts, variables, types and theories of learning. 4) Understand the meaning, concepts, factors and theories of personality. 5) Know the role of attention and interest in teaching learning process. 6) Describe the concepts of memory and its importance for better learning. 7) Describe the concepts of mental health and mental hygiene and the ways of keeping mental health. 8) Explain the concept of exceptional children and need of special education for them.

BA- Sem III

EDNG 301

Measurement and Evaluation in Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the meaning, nature, scope, need and types of Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 2) Know the concept, difference and importance of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in teaching-learning process. 3) Familiarize with different types of tools, their characteristics and process of construction. 4) Describe some specific tools to measure intelligence, personality and aptitude. 5) Understand the meaning, nature and application of statistic in measurement and evaluation of educational practice. 6) Comprehend the concept of normal probability distribution and its uses in statistics and education. 7) Understand the meaning, types and method of computing correlation.

BA- Sem IV

EDNG 401

Contemporary issues of Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the need of constitutional provisions for education and the role of constitution in equalizing educational opportunities in the diverse Indian society. 2) Identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3) Focus attention on certain major social and national issues related to educational system of India. 4) Define the new perspective of education such as population education, environmental education, privatization of education etc. 5) Explain the concepts of national adult education programme, total literacy campaign, national literacy mission, national open school and their role to achieve cent percent literacy. 6) Critically examine and evaluate the initiative taken by government of India through various plans and policies to counter the challenge of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNG 501

Developmental History of Indian Education. On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Understand the rich educational heritage of India. 2) Describe the education in ancient India with special reference to Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 3) Differentiate among Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 4) Know about the educational activities of the Missionaries. 5) Evaluation the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commission and committees. 6) Describe the constitutional provision of education in independent India. 7) Explain the roles of various commissions and committees in the development of education in post independent India. 8) Understand the impact of different socio political movement in India.

BA- Sem VI

EDNG 601

Techniques and Methodology of Teaching On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2) Understand the importance of general maxims of teaching. 3) Explain the importance of lesion plan for effective teaching. 4) Describe the meaning and necessity of audio- visual aids in teaching learning process. 5) Describe the concepts, nature and components of technology. 6) Understand about system approach and its application to design a course. 7) Describe the concepts and characteristics of Micro teaching and macro teaching cycle. 8) Differentiate between Micro and Macro teaching. 9) Describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication. 10) Comprehend the barriers to effective classroom communication and its solution. 11) Know about the different effective devices of teaching.

 

 

 

 

B.Com (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

HRMT- IX

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

IBSM- XVI

Indian Banking System This course will provide  the students reasonable knowledge about banking system in India

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

PMTG- XX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem VI

INTX- XXI

Income Tax This course will acquaint the students with the basic provisions of Income Tax Law and computation of taxable incomes under different heads.

BCOM- Sem VI

INBU- XXII

International Business This course will give the students a basic idea about the international business regulations and foreign trade policy of India.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

SBMT- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn about the various activities, problems and decisions involved in doing small business

 

 

 

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  10. The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  11. They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

Assamese (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMM- 101

History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) The students will be introduced to different opinions regarding age divisions in Assamese literature. They will also acquire a comprehensive knowledge about Assamese literature from beginning to Shankarrottar era.

BA- Sem II

ASMM 201

History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) The students will be acquainted with age divisions in Assamese literature and they will also have a comprehensive knowledge about the Assamese literature from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 301

Primary Introduction to Linguistics Students will be able to acquire the primary knowledge of different aspects of language and linguistics.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 302

Study of Assamese Poetry Students will learn about the history of Assamese poetry and characteristics as well as variety of Assamese poetry.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 401

Assamese Prose Literature Students will be able to understand the growth and development of Assamese prose, its characteristics and variety with reference to selected works.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 402

Language and Script in Assam The students will be acquainted with the languages and dialects in Assam and their linguistic characteristics, script and communicative aspects.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 501

Literary Theory (Sahityatattwa) and Criticism Students will be able to appreciate literature, definition and nature of different genres of Assamese literature including rhetoric and prosody.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 502

Assamese Drama Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge regarding Assamese dramatic literature and the growth and development of theatre and stage with reference to selected dramatic works.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 503

Study of Assamese Culture This course will give students a general idea of culture and the characteristics of Assamese culture with reference to folk culture and folk believes, performing arts and traditional dresses and ornaments of Assamese of different communities of people Assam.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 504

Comparative Indian Literature Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of the definition, introduction and comparative Indian literature – scope and relevance of its study.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 601

Study of different aspects of language and  Literature The students will acquire a comprehensive idea of news presentation in different media, manuscripts editing and practical aspects of using language in advertising.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 602

Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the outline of development of Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language. They will also be introduced to the nature of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit language through selected texts.  The students will also have a clear idea of growth of development of Assamese language and the characteristics of Assamese grammar.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 603

Linguistic approach to the Study of Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language in keeping with the theoretical aspects of phonetics.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 604

Introduction to World Literature The students will be acquainted with the concept of world literature through selected texts.

 

 

 

English (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ENGM- 101

History of English Society  and Culture – I The students will be appointed with events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from Anglo Saxon to the Restoration period. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem II

ENGM 201

History of English Society  and Culture – II The students will learn about events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from 18 century to the 20th century. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 301

History of English Language Critical terms and classical Mythology In part I the students will learn the history of the English Language, both Synchronic and diachronic in part B unit I they will study common critical terms and concepts and have their critical skill and sensibility. In unit II they will learn the major events and characters in classical mythology which will help them connect to western literature as part of larger socio- cultural context.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 302

Reading Poetry They will be acquainted with major poets and poems from Shakespeare to T.S. Eliot in the perspective of literary movement and issues that define the ethos of the text under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 401

Reading Prose and Fiction The students will be acquainted with major essayists, non fictional prose writers, and novelist from Bacon to Jane Austen. They will also keep themselves abreast of movements and issues that define the Ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 402

Reading Fiction The students will be acquainted with the major English novels from Dicknes to Lawranc keeping in mind the different socio political context of their original and reception.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 501

Reading Drama The students will be acquainted with English Drama from Marlowe to Beckett, keeping in mind the cultural contexts of their production and reception. They will also know about the movements that mark the growth of English drama and study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 502

Criticism The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the classical period as well as from the Renaissance and the classical period in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. The students will know the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny to help them understand the common trajectory of growth of western literary criticism.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 503

Great European Thinkers The students will be acquainted with major philosophical texts from the early modern period to the twentieth century and will able to contextualize philosophical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also be able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny and understand the common trajectory of critical inquiries in philosophical as well as literary critical texts.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 504

Indian Writing in English The students will be acquainted with seminal IWF texts which will help them understand the complexities of Indian life and culture as well as the relevance of IWE in the contemporary world. They will be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of IWE and study issues that define the Indian ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 601

Criticism II The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century and will be able to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference for understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny which will help them understand the various trajectories of growth of literary criticism.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 602

Literature of the USA The students will be acquainted with seminal American texts which help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation. They will also be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of the literature of the USA, and they will also study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 603

Literature in the Post colonial world The students will be acquainted with seminal post colonial novels and will be able to understand the complex negotiation between the colonizer and the colonized and the trams formation in societies and cultures in India and African region.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 604

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics The students will be introduced to some basic concepts associated with language. They will able be familiarized with the sound system of English and English syntax to carryon effective communicative in English.

Economics (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOM- 101

Microeconomics-I The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOM 201

Macroeconomics The students will learn the basics of macroeconomics. They will be able to acquire the knowledge the theories of Income and Employment; of consumption function and investment spending; determination of interest rate and IS/LM model. They will develop the ideas about open economy in the context of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 301

 

 

Microeconomics-II

The students will develop the understanding of the basic concepts of Microeconomics and enhance their economic reasoning to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents to understand the decision making process in different market situations. Students will be provided with the opportunity to build with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical application so that they will realize good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the modern economic functions.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 302

Statistical Methods in Economics The students will learn some basic statistical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 401

Mathematics for Economics The students will be acquainted with some basic mathematical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 402

Public Economics – Theoretical Issues The students will be acquainted with some basic theoretical concepts of public finance which will enable them to understand the practical issues.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 501

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – I The students will be acquainted with the indicators of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 502

Public Economics- Policy Issues. Students will be acquainted with the fiscal policies designed for developed and developing economies with a special thrust to the federal system of India.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 503

History of Economic Thought The learners will be acquainted with the historical developments in the economic thoughts propounded by different schools.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 504

Monetary Theories and Financial markets The learners will be acquainted with some basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with a reference to Indian financial markets which will enable the learners to relate the conceptual issues to the real world situations.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 601

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – II The students will be acquainted with the development issues of Indian Economy and will understand the problems of developments of North East India.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 602

Environmental Economics The learners will be acquainted with the basic concept of Environmental economics along with the solution of environmental problems.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 603

International economics The learners will be acquainted with both real and monetary aspects of International economics. They will be able grasp and retain the concepts and thereby bring excitement of International Economics to the classroom. They will also learn from traditional to modern, theoretical to analytical developments in international economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 604

Economic Issues of Assam The students will be acquainted with the characteristics of the economy of Assam. They will also be able to know the performance and problems of the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of economy of Assam.

 

Political Science (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCM- 101

Western political Thought This course familiarizes students with the ,manner in which the political questions were first posed. This is a basic foundation  course where the contribution of the main traditions of western political thinkers to political thought are discussed.

BA- Sem II

PSCM 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 302

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 401

Comparative Politics This course introduce  the students with the diverse political system specially the develop countries along with China and Switzerland. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 402

Politics of North East India with Special Reference to Assam

The primary aim of this paper is acquaint the student with the sensitive peripheral states of India that has attracted the attention of the social scientists since a few years back.  Moreover, being the citizens of the Northeast region it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of their own area.

 

BA- Sem V

PSCM 501

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 502

Indian Political thought The course is design to introduce the students to the contribution of the main traditions of Indian political thinking to political. It is also mean to provide a sense of the broad stream of Indian political thought.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 503

Indian Foreign Policy This paper helps the students to understand the genesis, evolution and practice of Indian foreign policy. It also teach the student about changing strategy, bargaining, negotiation through which a nation develop its global status.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 504

International Law The course is designed to acquaint the students with the basics of international law. It also helps the students to understand the sources and implementation of these laws.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 601

Human Rights The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 602

Introduction to women’s Studies The aim of the course is to generate sensitization for women’s issues and problems. It will try to introduce the basic concepts and theories to facilitate the understanding of women’s studies.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 603

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objectives of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 604

Indian Administration The course will help the students to develop a broad perspective to understand the nature, character and behavior of Indian administration. It is envisaged that the course would provide the students with a good exposure to the process and dynamics of Indian administration.

 

Education (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNM- 101

Philosophical foundations of education The students will understand the meaning of, nature, scope and determinates of aims of education. They will also understand the meaning, nature, scope of educational philosophy and the relation between philosophy and education. They will also know the nature and educational implementation of some Indian school of philosophy and of western school of philosophy.

BA- Sem II

EDNM 201

Sociological foundations of education The students will learn the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2) They also learn about the social aspect and process as related to education. They will  acquire knowledge about the relationship between education, changes and development and 3) They will gain knowledge of different political ideologies and their bearings in education and the social groups and quality of education.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 301

Educational Psychology 1) Students will understand the concept of Psychology and scope and function of educational Psychology. 2) They will also understand different factors of learning including concepts of motivation, intelligence, attention and interest, memory. 3) They will be introduced to the concepts of mental health and hygiene for adjustment in society.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 302

Educational measurement and Evaluation The students will develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) The learners will be familiarized with different types of tools : their characteristics and process of construction. 3) the learners will be acquainted with some pacific tools to measure intelligence, personality and attitude. they will develop an understanding  of the meaning nature and application of statistics in measurement and evaluation in education.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 401

History of Indian Education (up to 1947) 1) Students will be introduce to educational heritage of India. 2) Students will be able to analyze the causes of the social and political changes that took place in India in 18th, 19th century. They will understand the implect of socio political changes of the nationalist changes in India during early 20th century. 3) they will understand the role of education in the development of in  to understand the role of education in an emerging India.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 402

Great educators and educational thought The students will acquainted with the development of educational thought. The students will known the contribution educators of different countries to educational theory. 2) The students will be initiated to make an in-depth analysis of the various issues and problems of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 501

Child psychology & child guidance The students will understand the importance of  the child psychology and the need of  guidance for child development. 2) They will have an understanding about children and developed a new inside about them. The learner will developed a sensitivity towards the needs and right of children. They will understand the importance of play in child development.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 502

Education in Post Independent India The students will acquire the knowledge of the development of Indian education since independent. 2) They will also be introduced to the changes taking place in Indian educational system since independence. The students will understand and appreciate the reason for the recommendations of different educational commissions since independence. They will also have an in-depth understanding of the causes of varies educational movements and its accompany challenges.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 503

Educational Technology The students will be acquaints with the meaning of educational technology and its used in educational system. 2) They will be introduced to the various uses of mass media and their rapidly expanding the mention. They will be oriented towards classroom communication skills. They will be able to used innovative methods of educational technology in teaching learning process.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 504

Techniques and methodology of teaching 504 Students will understand the principle of teaching learning process2) they will be familize with the role of audio visual age. They will know the importance of lesson planning in teaching learning process. They will be aquinted the different methods and appreciate of teaching. They will gain the know learning about teaching different subjects. The students will develop[p a few teaching skills through micro teaching they will be oriented to classroom teaching through practice teaching . they will develop of preparing lesson plane for micro and macro teaching

BA- Sem V

EDNM 505

Practice Teaching 505 To enable the students-1) To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2) To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Macro teaching.

 

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 601& 602

A. Laboratory Practical 1) the students will be introduce to experimental psychology.2) the students will be taught the uses of psychological test and psychological laboratory. The Students will learn to conduct psychological experiment and write report of the experimental process.
B. Field Report The students will acquired practical knowledge of field work. They will gain knowledge of preparing a report after a field visit. Student will also be familiarized with the changing educational realities of today’s society.

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 603

Educational Management The students will know the concept of management and they will be oriented towards practices of management in a education. They will know the concept of planning and finance and understand the concept of education supervision.-

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 604

Education in World Perspective The students will understand the Indian educational system they will be acquainted with the concept of comparative study and make a comparative study of USA, UK, India and Japan . They will understand the drawback of Indian educational system in compression to the system of education of those countries. They will be able to plane chances in education in the context of global war and help in reforms.  .

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 605

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will develop and understanding about the significant range in Indian education. They will know the various planes and policies regarding the educational setup in India. They will know certain major social and national issues related to educational system in India. They will also know the new strange in the field of modern education in India , specially  the non formal aspect for Indian education.

 

Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

AFAC- IX

Advanced Financial Accounting This course will acquaint the students with the advanced topics of   Financial Accounting like Investment Accounts.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

SAPM- XVI

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management The students will be able to learn the intricacies of investment decision making and also will benefit the students to choose portfolio management as a career option.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

DTAX- XX

Direct Tax -I This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income from salary and house property and different types of income tax authorities.

BCOM- Sem VI

DTAX- XXI

Direct Tax -II This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income for business and profession, capital gains and income from other sources and Tax planning within the jurisdiction of Income Tax Act, 1961.

BCOM- Sem VI

FSAS- XXII

Financial  Statement Analysis This course will acquaint the students about different tools and techniques of analyzing the financial statements of business entities.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Human Resource Management (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and Globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

PMTG- IX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

HRMT- XV

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem IV

INRL- XVI

Industrial Relations This course aims at imparting knowledge about the different aspects of industrial relations and government labour policies.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration  of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

GHRM- XIX

Global HRM This course will give the students an understanding of the principles and practices followed for human resource management at both national and international level.

BCOM- Sem V

HRDT- XX

Human Resource Development This course will give the students a basic idea of the HRD practices followed in India, strategic HRD and methods of training and development programmes.

BCOM- Sem VI

LILW- XXI

Labour and Industrial Laws This course will give the students an idea of the provisions of the different legislations related to labours, viz. Factories Act, 1948, The Trade Unions Act, 1926, The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 etc.

BCOM- Sem VI

TRUM- XXII

Trade Unionism This course will orient the students about the concept and the role and functions of Trade Unions.

BCOM- Sem VI

COMT- XXIII

Compensation Management The students will be acquainted with the effective management of compensation policies, strategies and systems.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Assamese (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMG- 101

History of Assamese Literature and the study of cultural of Assamese The students will acquire the knowledge of History of Assamese Literature. They will be acquainted with the literary works of different ages. They will acquire a general idea of Assamese culture.

BA- Sem II

ASMG 201

Introduction to Applied Assamese The learners will be able to learn correct pronounciation and correct spelling of Assamese in addition to application of proper terminology, translation and drafting of different types of letters.

BA- Sem IV

ASMG 401

Introduction Assamese Literature The students will have an idea of Assamese Poetry and Fiction from the era of Shankardeva to the present time.

B.Com- Sem III

ASMG 301

Modern Indian Language (Assamese) The students of commerce will have an idea of Assamese language and literature and will be acquainted with writings related to business and commerce. They will also learn how to write notes, draft, letters and application of commercial terminology in proper contexts.

 

English (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The students will acquire some of the basic skills in written communication. They will learn the use of language and will be able to practice the different modes of writing and comprehance which shall include analysis and interpretation. They will be able to write reports, notes, memos and paragraph.

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

Students will familiarize with poetry and grammar. They will be able appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against with the selected master pieces of poems by English, American and Indian writers were produced. They will also acquire the skill in writing and literary appreciation.

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

The students will be able to appreciate different kinds of creative writing to the select literary text will be exploited by preparing supportive materials which will facilities the development of language and communication skills as well as.

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

The students will be enable to appreciate different types of creative writing and will be appointed with the ideas of nonfixonal prose by writers and thinkers.

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

The students will acquire a firsthand knowledge of major English poems from the romantic to the modern period by English, American and Indian poets. They will also acquire a firsthand knowledge of Rasian drama. They will be able to gait themselves acquainted with other. Literally cultural besides English.

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This course will prepare the students or competitive examination and will enable them to develop skills and abilities naturally for their further academic and professional needs and takes.

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

The students will be familiarize with literary genres such as fixtio0n and short stories so that the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature may be developed. They will also introduce to different negative side adopted by the writers concerned.

Semester III

(ALTC-302)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

Economics (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOG- 101

Microeconomics Theory The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOG 201

Macroeconomics The students will acquainted with the  basics of macroeconomic concepts and the theory of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOG 301

 

 

Public Finance

The learners acquainted with some basic theoretical concept of Public finance with reference to Indian Economy.

BA- Sem IV

ECOG 401

Issues of Indian Economy Learners will be acquainted with some salient fitures of Indian Economic. They will also understand the performance of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

BA- Sem V

ECOG 501

Elementary Statistics for Economics The learners will acquainted with some basic statistical methods that can be applied in Economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOG 601

Development Economics The learners will acquainted with measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

 

Political Science (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCG- 101

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem II

PSCG 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCG 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCG 401

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system, globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem V

PSCG 501

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objective of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCG 601

Human Rights

 

The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

 

Education (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNG- 101

Foundations of education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, types, nature and scope of education. 2) Understand the determinants and different aims of education. 3) Explain the concepts, approached and theories of educational sociology. 4) Describe the role of education in social change and Modernization. 5) Know the concept of continuing, distance and adult education and its importance. 6) Explain the meaning and types of curriculum and its relevancy. 7) Comprehend the concept, type and technique of examination and evaluation

BA- Sem II

EDNG 201

Educational Psychology On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, nature, scope and use of Psychology in education. 20 Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 3) Describe the meaning, concepts, variables, types and theories of learning. 4) Understand the meaning, concepts, factors and theories of personality. 5) Know the role of attention and interest in teaching learning process. 6) Describe the concepts of memory and its importance for better learning. 7) Describe the concepts of mental health and mental hygiene and the ways of keeping mental health. 8) Explain the concept of exceptional children and need of special education for them.

BA- Sem III

EDNG 301

Measurement and Evaluation in Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the meaning, nature, scope, need and types of Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 2) Know the concept, difference and importance of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in teaching-learning process. 3) Familiarize with different types of tools, their characteristics and process of construction. 4) Describe some specific tools to measure intelligence, personality and aptitude. 5) Understand the meaning, nature and application of statistic in measurement and evaluation of educational practice. 6) Comprehend the concept of normal probability distribution and its uses in statistics and education. 7) Understand the meaning, types and method of computing correlation.

BA- Sem IV

EDNG 401

Contemporary issues of Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the need of constitutional provisions for education and the role of constitution in equalizing educational opportunities in the diverse Indian society. 2) Identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3) Focus attention on certain major social and national issues related to educational system of India. 4) Define the new perspective of education such as population education, environmental education, privatization of education etc. 5) Explain the concepts of national adult education programme, total literacy campaign, national literacy mission, national open school and their role to achieve cent percent literacy. 6) Critically examine and evaluate the initiative taken by government of India through various plans and policies to counter the challenge of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNG 501

Developmental History of Indian Education. On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Understand the rich educational heritage of India. 2) Describe the education in ancient India with special reference to Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 3) Differentiate among Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 4) Know about the educational activities of the Missionaries. 5) Evaluation the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commission and committees. 6) Describe the constitutional provision of education in independent India. 7) Explain the roles of various commissions and committees in the development of education in post independent India. 8) Understand the impact of different socio political movement in India.

BA- Sem VI

EDNG 601

Techniques and Methodology of Teaching On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2) Understand the importance of general maxims of teaching. 3) Explain the importance of lesion plan for effective teaching. 4) Describe the meaning and necessity of audio- visual aids in teaching learning process. 5) Describe the concepts, nature and components of technology. 6) Understand about system approach and its application to design a course. 7) Describe the concepts and characteristics of Micro teaching and macro teaching cycle. 8) Differentiate between Micro and Macro teaching. 9) Describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication. 10) Comprehend the barriers to effective classroom communication and its solution. 11) Know about the different effective devices of teaching.

 

 

 

 

B.Com (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

HRMT- IX

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

IBSM- XVI

Indian Banking System This course will provide  the students reasonable knowledge about banking system in India

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

PMTG- XX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem VI

INTX- XXI

Income Tax This course will acquaint the students with the basic provisions of Income Tax Law and computation of taxable incomes under different heads.

BCOM- Sem VI

INBU- XXII

International Business This course will give the students a basic idea about the international business regulations and foreign trade policy of India.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

SBMT- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn about the various activities, problems and decisions involved in doing small business

 

 

 

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  10. The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  11. They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

Assamese (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMM- 101

History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) The students will be introduced to different opinions regarding age divisions in Assamese literature. They will also acquire a comprehensive knowledge about Assamese literature from beginning to Shankarrottar era.

BA- Sem II

ASMM 201

History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) The students will be acquainted with age divisions in Assamese literature and they will also have a comprehensive knowledge about the Assamese literature from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 301

Primary Introduction to Linguistics Students will be able to acquire the primary knowledge of different aspects of language and linguistics.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 302

Study of Assamese Poetry Students will learn about the history of Assamese poetry and characteristics as well as variety of Assamese poetry.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 401

Assamese Prose Literature Students will be able to understand the growth and development of Assamese prose, its characteristics and variety with reference to selected works.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 402

Language and Script in Assam The students will be acquainted with the languages and dialects in Assam and their linguistic characteristics, script and communicative aspects.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 501

Literary Theory (Sahityatattwa) and Criticism Students will be able to appreciate literature, definition and nature of different genres of Assamese literature including rhetoric and prosody.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 502

Assamese Drama Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge regarding Assamese dramatic literature and the growth and development of theatre and stage with reference to selected dramatic works.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 503

Study of Assamese Culture This course will give students a general idea of culture and the characteristics of Assamese culture with reference to folk culture and folk believes, performing arts and traditional dresses and ornaments of Assamese of different communities of people Assam.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 504

Comparative Indian Literature Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of the definition, introduction and comparative Indian literature – scope and relevance of its study.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 601

Study of different aspects of language and  Literature The students will acquire a comprehensive idea of news presentation in different media, manuscripts editing and practical aspects of using language in advertising.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 602

Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the outline of development of Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language. They will also be introduced to the nature of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit language through selected texts.  The students will also have a clear idea of growth of development of Assamese language and the characteristics of Assamese grammar.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 603

Linguistic approach to the Study of Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language in keeping with the theoretical aspects of phonetics.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 604

Introduction to World Literature The students will be acquainted with the concept of world literature through selected texts.

 

 

 

English (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ENGM- 101

History of English Society  and Culture – I The students will be appointed with events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from Anglo Saxon to the Restoration period. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem II

ENGM 201

History of English Society  and Culture – II The students will learn about events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from 18 century to the 20th century. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 301

History of English Language Critical terms and classical Mythology In part I the students will learn the history of the English Language, both Synchronic and diachronic in part B unit I they will study common critical terms and concepts and have their critical skill and sensibility. In unit II they will learn the major events and characters in classical mythology which will help them connect to western literature as part of larger socio- cultural context.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 302

Reading Poetry They will be acquainted with major poets and poems from Shakespeare to T.S. Eliot in the perspective of literary movement and issues that define the ethos of the text under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 401

Reading Prose and Fiction The students will be acquainted with major essayists, non fictional prose writers, and novelist from Bacon to Jane Austen. They will also keep themselves abreast of movements and issues that define the Ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 402

Reading Fiction The students will be acquainted with the major English novels from Dicknes to Lawranc keeping in mind the different socio political context of their original and reception.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 501

Reading Drama The students will be acquainted with English Drama from Marlowe to Beckett, keeping in mind the cultural contexts of their production and reception. They will also know about the movements that mark the growth of English drama and study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 502

Criticism The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the classical period as well as from the Renaissance and the classical period in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. The students will know the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny to help them understand the common trajectory of growth of western literary criticism.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 503

Great European Thinkers The students will be acquainted with major philosophical texts from the early modern period to the twentieth century and will able to contextualize philosophical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also be able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny and understand the common trajectory of critical inquiries in philosophical as well as literary critical texts.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 504

Indian Writing in English The students will be acquainted with seminal IWF texts which will help them understand the complexities of Indian life and culture as well as the relevance of IWE in the contemporary world. They will be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of IWE and study issues that define the Indian ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 601

Criticism II The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century and will be able to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference for understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny which will help them understand the various trajectories of growth of literary criticism.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 602

Literature of the USA The students will be acquainted with seminal American texts which help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation. They will also be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of the literature of the USA, and they will also study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 603

Literature in the Post colonial world The students will be acquainted with seminal post colonial novels and will be able to understand the complex negotiation between the colonizer and the colonized and the trams formation in societies and cultures in India and African region.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 604

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics The students will be introduced to some basic concepts associated with language. They will able be familiarized with the sound system of English and English syntax to carryon effective communicative in English.

Economics (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOM- 101

Microeconomics-I The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOM 201

Macroeconomics The students will learn the basics of macroeconomics. They will be able to acquire the knowledge the theories of Income and Employment; of consumption function and investment spending; determination of interest rate and IS/LM model. They will develop the ideas about open economy in the context of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 301

 

 

Microeconomics-II

The students will develop the understanding of the basic concepts of Microeconomics and enhance their economic reasoning to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents to understand the decision making process in different market situations. Students will be provided with the opportunity to build with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical application so that they will realize good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the modern economic functions.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 302

Statistical Methods in Economics The students will learn some basic statistical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 401

Mathematics for Economics The students will be acquainted with some basic mathematical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 402

Public Economics – Theoretical Issues The students will be acquainted with some basic theoretical concepts of public finance which will enable them to understand the practical issues.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 501

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – I The students will be acquainted with the indicators of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 502

Public Economics- Policy Issues. Students will be acquainted with the fiscal policies designed for developed and developing economies with a special thrust to the federal system of India.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 503

History of Economic Thought The learners will be acquainted with the historical developments in the economic thoughts propounded by different schools.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 504

Monetary Theories and Financial markets The learners will be acquainted with some basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with a reference to Indian financial markets which will enable the learners to relate the conceptual issues to the real world situations.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 601

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – II The students will be acquainted with the development issues of Indian Economy and will understand the problems of developments of North East India.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 602

Environmental Economics The learners will be acquainted with the basic concept of Environmental economics along with the solution of environmental problems.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 603

International economics The learners will be acquainted with both real and monetary aspects of International economics. They will be able grasp and retain the concepts and thereby bring excitement of International Economics to the classroom. They will also learn from traditional to modern, theoretical to analytical developments in international economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 604

Economic Issues of Assam The students will be acquainted with the characteristics of the economy of Assam. They will also be able to know the performance and problems of the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of economy of Assam.

 

Political Science (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCM- 101

Western political Thought This course familiarizes students with the ,manner in which the political questions were first posed. This is a basic foundation  course where the contribution of the main traditions of western political thinkers to political thought are discussed.

BA- Sem II

PSCM 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 302

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 401

Comparative Politics This course introduce  the students with the diverse political system specially the develop countries along with China and Switzerland. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 402

Politics of North East India with Special Reference to Assam

The primary aim of this paper is acquaint the student with the sensitive peripheral states of India that has attracted the attention of the social scientists since a few years back.  Moreover, being the citizens of the Northeast region it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of their own area.

 

BA- Sem V

PSCM 501

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 502

Indian Political thought The course is design to introduce the students to the contribution of the main traditions of Indian political thinking to political. It is also mean to provide a sense of the broad stream of Indian political thought.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 503

Indian Foreign Policy This paper helps the students to understand the genesis, evolution and practice of Indian foreign policy. It also teach the student about changing strategy, bargaining, negotiation through which a nation develop its global status.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 504

International Law The course is designed to acquaint the students with the basics of international law. It also helps the students to understand the sources and implementation of these laws.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 601

Human Rights The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 602

Introduction to women’s Studies The aim of the course is to generate sensitization for women’s issues and problems. It will try to introduce the basic concepts and theories to facilitate the understanding of women’s studies.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 603

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objectives of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 604

Indian Administration The course will help the students to develop a broad perspective to understand the nature, character and behavior of Indian administration. It is envisaged that the course would provide the students with a good exposure to the process and dynamics of Indian administration.

 

Education (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNM- 101

Philosophical foundations of education The students will understand the meaning of, nature, scope and determinates of aims of education. They will also understand the meaning, nature, scope of educational philosophy and the relation between philosophy and education. They will also know the nature and educational implementation of some Indian school of philosophy and of western school of philosophy.

BA- Sem II

EDNM 201

Sociological foundations of education The students will learn the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2) They also learn about the social aspect and process as related to education. They will  acquire knowledge about the relationship between education, changes and development and 3) They will gain knowledge of different political ideologies and their bearings in education and the social groups and quality of education.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 301

Educational Psychology 1) Students will understand the concept of Psychology and scope and function of educational Psychology. 2) They will also understand different factors of learning including concepts of motivation, intelligence, attention and interest, memory. 3) They will be introduced to the concepts of mental health and hygiene for adjustment in society.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 302

Educational measurement and Evaluation The students will develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) The learners will be familiarized with different types of tools : their characteristics and process of construction. 3) the learners will be acquainted with some pacific tools to measure intelligence, personality and attitude. they will develop an understanding  of the meaning nature and application of statistics in measurement and evaluation in education.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 401

History of Indian Education (up to 1947) 1) Students will be introduce to educational heritage of India. 2) Students will be able to analyze the causes of the social and political changes that took place in India in 18th, 19th century. They will understand the implect of socio political changes of the nationalist changes in India during early 20th century. 3) they will understand the role of education in the development of in  to understand the role of education in an emerging India.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 402

Great educators and educational thought The students will acquainted with the development of educational thought. The students will known the contribution educators of different countries to educational theory. 2) The students will be initiated to make an in-depth analysis of the various issues and problems of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 501

Child psychology & child guidance The students will understand the importance of  the child psychology and the need of  guidance for child development. 2) They will have an understanding about children and developed a new inside about them. The learner will developed a sensitivity towards the needs and right of children. They will understand the importance of play in child development.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 502

Education in Post Independent India The students will acquire the knowledge of the development of Indian education since independent. 2) They will also be introduced to the changes taking place in Indian educational system since independence. The students will understand and appreciate the reason for the recommendations of different educational commissions since independence. They will also have an in-depth understanding of the causes of varies educational movements and its accompany challenges.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 503

Educational Technology The students will be acquaints with the meaning of educational technology and its used in educational system. 2) They will be introduced to the various uses of mass media and their rapidly expanding the mention. They will be oriented towards classroom communication skills. They will be able to used innovative methods of educational technology in teaching learning process.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 504

Techniques and methodology of teaching 504 Students will understand the principle of teaching learning process2) they will be familize with the role of audio visual age. They will know the importance of lesson planning in teaching learning process. They will be aquinted the different methods and appreciate of teaching. They will gain the know learning about teaching different subjects. The students will develop[p a few teaching skills through micro teaching they will be oriented to classroom teaching through practice teaching . they will develop of preparing lesson plane for micro and macro teaching

BA- Sem V

EDNM 505

Practice Teaching 505 To enable the students-1) To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2) To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Macro teaching.

 

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 601& 602

A. Laboratory Practical 1) the students will be introduce to experimental psychology.2) the students will be taught the uses of psychological test and psychological laboratory. The Students will learn to conduct psychological experiment and write report of the experimental process.
B. Field Report The students will acquired practical knowledge of field work. They will gain knowledge of preparing a report after a field visit. Student will also be familiarized with the changing educational realities of today’s society.

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 603

Educational Management The students will know the concept of management and they will be oriented towards practices of management in a education. They will know the concept of planning and finance and understand the concept of education supervision.-

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 604

Education in World Perspective The students will understand the Indian educational system they will be acquainted with the concept of comparative study and make a comparative study of USA, UK, India and Japan . They will understand the drawback of Indian educational system in compression to the system of education of those countries. They will be able to plane chances in education in the context of global war and help in reforms.  .

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 605

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will develop and understanding about the significant range in Indian education. They will know the various planes and policies regarding the educational setup in India. They will know certain major social and national issues related to educational system in India. They will also know the new strange in the field of modern education in India , specially  the non formal aspect for Indian education.

 

Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

AFAC- IX

Advanced Financial Accounting This course will acquaint the students with the advanced topics of   Financial Accounting like Investment Accounts.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

SAPM- XVI

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management The students will be able to learn the intricacies of investment decision making and also will benefit the students to choose portfolio management as a career option.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

DTAX- XX

Direct Tax -I This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income from salary and house property and different types of income tax authorities.

BCOM- Sem VI

DTAX- XXI

Direct Tax -II This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income for business and profession, capital gains and income from other sources and Tax planning within the jurisdiction of Income Tax Act, 1961.

BCOM- Sem VI

FSAS- XXII

Financial  Statement Analysis This course will acquaint the students about different tools and techniques of analyzing the financial statements of business entities.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Human Resource Management (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and Globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

PMTG- IX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

HRMT- XV

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem IV

INRL- XVI

Industrial Relations This course aims at imparting knowledge about the different aspects of industrial relations and government labour policies.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration  of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

GHRM- XIX

Global HRM This course will give the students an understanding of the principles and practices followed for human resource management at both national and international level.

BCOM- Sem V

HRDT- XX

Human Resource Development This course will give the students a basic idea of the HRD practices followed in India, strategic HRD and methods of training and development programmes.

BCOM- Sem VI

LILW- XXI

Labour and Industrial Laws This course will give the students an idea of the provisions of the different legislations related to labours, viz. Factories Act, 1948, The Trade Unions Act, 1926, The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 etc.

BCOM- Sem VI

TRUM- XXII

Trade Unionism This course will orient the students about the concept and the role and functions of Trade Unions.

BCOM- Sem VI

COMT- XXIII

Compensation Management The students will be acquainted with the effective management of compensation policies, strategies and systems.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Assamese (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMG- 101

History of Assamese Literature and the study of cultural of Assamese The students will acquire the knowledge of History of Assamese Literature. They will be acquainted with the literary works of different ages. They will acquire a general idea of Assamese culture.

BA- Sem II

ASMG 201

Introduction to Applied Assamese The learners will be able to learn correct pronounciation and correct spelling of Assamese in addition to application of proper terminology, translation and drafting of different types of letters.

BA- Sem IV

ASMG 401

Introduction Assamese Literature The students will have an idea of Assamese Poetry and Fiction from the era of Shankardeva to the present time.

B.Com- Sem III

ASMG 301

Modern Indian Language (Assamese) The students of commerce will have an idea of Assamese language and literature and will be acquainted with writings related to business and commerce. They will also learn how to write notes, draft, letters and application of commercial terminology in proper contexts.

 

English (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The students will acquire some of the basic skills in written communication. They will learn the use of language and will be able to practice the different modes of writing and comprehance which shall include analysis and interpretation. They will be able to write reports, notes, memos and paragraph.

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

Students will familiarize with poetry and grammar. They will be able appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against with the selected master pieces of poems by English, American and Indian writers were produced. They will also acquire the skill in writing and literary appreciation.

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

The students will be able to appreciate different kinds of creative writing to the select literary text will be exploited by preparing supportive materials which will facilities the development of language and communication skills as well as.

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

The students will be enable to appreciate different types of creative writing and will be appointed with the ideas of nonfixonal prose by writers and thinkers.

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

The students will acquire a firsthand knowledge of major English poems from the romantic to the modern period by English, American and Indian poets. They will also acquire a firsthand knowledge of Rasian drama. They will be able to gait themselves acquainted with other. Literally cultural besides English.

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This course will prepare the students or competitive examination and will enable them to develop skills and abilities naturally for their further academic and professional needs and takes.

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

The students will be familiarize with literary genres such as fixtio0n and short stories so that the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature may be developed. They will also introduce to different negative side adopted by the writers concerned.

Semester III

(ALTC-302)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

Economics (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOG- 101

Microeconomics Theory The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOG 201

Macroeconomics The students will acquainted with the  basics of macroeconomic concepts and the theory of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOG 301

 

 

Public Finance

The learners acquainted with some basic theoretical concept of Public finance with reference to Indian Economy.

BA- Sem IV

ECOG 401

Issues of Indian Economy Learners will be acquainted with some salient fitures of Indian Economic. They will also understand the performance of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

BA- Sem V

ECOG 501

Elementary Statistics for Economics The learners will acquainted with some basic statistical methods that can be applied in Economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOG 601

Development Economics The learners will acquainted with measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

 

Political Science (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCG- 101

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem II

PSCG 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCG 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCG 401

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system, globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem V

PSCG 501

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objective of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCG 601

Human Rights

 

The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

 

Education (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNG- 101

Foundations of education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, types, nature and scope of education. 2) Understand the determinants and different aims of education. 3) Explain the concepts, approached and theories of educational sociology. 4) Describe the role of education in social change and Modernization. 5) Know the concept of continuing, distance and adult education and its importance. 6) Explain the meaning and types of curriculum and its relevancy. 7) Comprehend the concept, type and technique of examination and evaluation

BA- Sem II

EDNG 201

Educational Psychology On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, nature, scope and use of Psychology in education. 20 Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 3) Describe the meaning, concepts, variables, types and theories of learning. 4) Understand the meaning, concepts, factors and theories of personality. 5) Know the role of attention and interest in teaching learning process. 6) Describe the concepts of memory and its importance for better learning. 7) Describe the concepts of mental health and mental hygiene and the ways of keeping mental health. 8) Explain the concept of exceptional children and need of special education for them.

BA- Sem III

EDNG 301

Measurement and Evaluation in Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the meaning, nature, scope, need and types of Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 2) Know the concept, difference and importance of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in teaching-learning process. 3) Familiarize with different types of tools, their characteristics and process of construction. 4) Describe some specific tools to measure intelligence, personality and aptitude. 5) Understand the meaning, nature and application of statistic in measurement and evaluation of educational practice. 6) Comprehend the concept of normal probability distribution and its uses in statistics and education. 7) Understand the meaning, types and method of computing correlation.

BA- Sem IV

EDNG 401

Contemporary issues of Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the need of constitutional provisions for education and the role of constitution in equalizing educational opportunities in the diverse Indian society. 2) Identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3) Focus attention on certain major social and national issues related to educational system of India. 4) Define the new perspective of education such as population education, environmental education, privatization of education etc. 5) Explain the concepts of national adult education programme, total literacy campaign, national literacy mission, national open school and their role to achieve cent percent literacy. 6) Critically examine and evaluate the initiative taken by government of India through various plans and policies to counter the challenge of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNG 501

Developmental History of Indian Education. On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Understand the rich educational heritage of India. 2) Describe the education in ancient India with special reference to Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 3) Differentiate among Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 4) Know about the educational activities of the Missionaries. 5) Evaluation the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commission and committees. 6) Describe the constitutional provision of education in independent India. 7) Explain the roles of various commissions and committees in the development of education in post independent India. 8) Understand the impact of different socio political movement in India.

BA- Sem VI

EDNG 601

Techniques and Methodology of Teaching On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2) Understand the importance of general maxims of teaching. 3) Explain the importance of lesion plan for effective teaching. 4) Describe the meaning and necessity of audio- visual aids in teaching learning process. 5) Describe the concepts, nature and components of technology. 6) Understand about system approach and its application to design a course. 7) Describe the concepts and characteristics of Micro teaching and macro teaching cycle. 8) Differentiate between Micro and Macro teaching. 9) Describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication. 10) Comprehend the barriers to effective classroom communication and its solution. 11) Know about the different effective devices of teaching.

 

 

 

 

B.Com (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

HRMT- IX

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

IBSM- XVI

Indian Banking System This course will provide  the students reasonable knowledge about banking system in India

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

PMTG- XX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem VI

INTX- XXI

Income Tax This course will acquaint the students with the basic provisions of Income Tax Law and computation of taxable incomes under different heads.

BCOM- Sem VI

INBU- XXII

International Business This course will give the students a basic idea about the international business regulations and foreign trade policy of India.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

SBMT- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn about the various activities, problems and decisions involved in doing small business

 

 

 

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  10. The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  11. They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

Assamese (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMM- 101

History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) The students will be introduced to different opinions regarding age divisions in Assamese literature. They will also acquire a comprehensive knowledge about Assamese literature from beginning to Shankarrottar era.

BA- Sem II

ASMM 201

History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) The students will be acquainted with age divisions in Assamese literature and they will also have a comprehensive knowledge about the Assamese literature from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 301

Primary Introduction to Linguistics Students will be able to acquire the primary knowledge of different aspects of language and linguistics.

BA- Sem III

ASMM 302

Study of Assamese Poetry Students will learn about the history of Assamese poetry and characteristics as well as variety of Assamese poetry.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 401

Assamese Prose Literature Students will be able to understand the growth and development of Assamese prose, its characteristics and variety with reference to selected works.

BA- Sem IV

ASMM 402

Language and Script in Assam The students will be acquainted with the languages and dialects in Assam and their linguistic characteristics, script and communicative aspects.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 501

Literary Theory (Sahityatattwa) and Criticism Students will be able to appreciate literature, definition and nature of different genres of Assamese literature including rhetoric and prosody.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 502

Assamese Drama Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge regarding Assamese dramatic literature and the growth and development of theatre and stage with reference to selected dramatic works.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 503

Study of Assamese Culture This course will give students a general idea of culture and the characteristics of Assamese culture with reference to folk culture and folk believes, performing arts and traditional dresses and ornaments of Assamese of different communities of people Assam.

BA- Sem V

ASMM 504

Comparative Indian Literature Students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of the definition, introduction and comparative Indian literature – scope and relevance of its study.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 601

Study of different aspects of language and  Literature The students will acquire a comprehensive idea of news presentation in different media, manuscripts editing and practical aspects of using language in advertising.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 602

Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the outline of development of Indo- Aryan and Assamese Language. They will also be introduced to the nature of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakit language through selected texts.  The students will also have a clear idea of growth of development of Assamese language and the characteristics of Assamese grammar.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 603

Linguistic approach to the Study of Assamese Language Students will be acquainted with the Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language in keeping with the theoretical aspects of phonetics.

BA- Sem VI

ASMM 604

Introduction to World Literature The students will be acquainted with the concept of world literature through selected texts.

 

 

 

English (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ENGM- 101

History of English Society  and Culture – I The students will be appointed with events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from Anglo Saxon to the Restoration period. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem II

ENGM 201

History of English Society  and Culture – II The students will learn about events, ideas, personalities and texts that form the backbone of each period from 18 century to the 20th century. They will also have clear awareness of parallel and related trends in the continent.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 301

History of English Language Critical terms and classical Mythology In part I the students will learn the history of the English Language, both Synchronic and diachronic in part B unit I they will study common critical terms and concepts and have their critical skill and sensibility. In unit II they will learn the major events and characters in classical mythology which will help them connect to western literature as part of larger socio- cultural context.

BA- Sem III

ENGM 302

Reading Poetry They will be acquainted with major poets and poems from Shakespeare to T.S. Eliot in the perspective of literary movement and issues that define the ethos of the text under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 401

Reading Prose and Fiction The students will be acquainted with major essayists, non fictional prose writers, and novelist from Bacon to Jane Austen. They will also keep themselves abreast of movements and issues that define the Ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem IV

ENGM 402

Reading Fiction The students will be acquainted with the major English novels from Dicknes to Lawranc keeping in mind the different socio political context of their original and reception.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 501

Reading Drama The students will be acquainted with English Drama from Marlowe to Beckett, keeping in mind the cultural contexts of their production and reception. They will also know about the movements that mark the growth of English drama and study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 502

Criticism The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the classical period as well as from the Renaissance and the classical period in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. The students will know the movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny to help them understand the common trajectory of growth of western literary criticism.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 503

Great European Thinkers The students will be acquainted with major philosophical texts from the early modern period to the twentieth century and will able to contextualize philosophical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also be able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny and understand the common trajectory of critical inquiries in philosophical as well as literary critical texts.

BA- Sem V

ENGM 504

Indian Writing in English The students will be acquainted with seminal IWF texts which will help them understand the complexities of Indian life and culture as well as the relevance of IWE in the contemporary world. They will be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of IWE and study issues that define the Indian ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 601

Criticism II The students will be acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century and will be able to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference for understanding and analysis of literary texts. They will also able to keep abreast of movements and issues that define the critical temper of the texts under scrutiny which will help them understand the various trajectories of growth of literary criticism.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 602

Literature of the USA The students will be acquainted with seminal American texts which help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation. They will also be able to keep abreast of the history and reception of the literature of the USA, and they will also study issues that define the ethos of the texts under scrutiny.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 603

Literature in the Post colonial world The students will be acquainted with seminal post colonial novels and will be able to understand the complex negotiation between the colonizer and the colonized and the trams formation in societies and cultures in India and African region.

BA- Sem VI

ENGM 604

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics The students will be introduced to some basic concepts associated with language. They will able be familiarized with the sound system of English and English syntax to carryon effective communicative in English.

Economics (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOM- 101

Microeconomics-I The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOM 201

Macroeconomics The students will learn the basics of macroeconomics. They will be able to acquire the knowledge the theories of Income and Employment; of consumption function and investment spending; determination of interest rate and IS/LM model. They will develop the ideas about open economy in the context of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 301

 

 

Microeconomics-II

The students will develop the understanding of the basic concepts of Microeconomics and enhance their economic reasoning to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents to understand the decision making process in different market situations. Students will be provided with the opportunity to build with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical application so that they will realize good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the modern economic functions.

BA- Sem III

ECOM 302

Statistical Methods in Economics The students will learn some basic statistical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 401

Mathematics for Economics The students will be acquainted with some basic mathematical methods that can be applied in economics.

BA- Sem IV

ECOM 402

Public Economics – Theoretical Issues The students will be acquainted with some basic theoretical concepts of public finance which will enable them to understand the practical issues.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 501

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – I The students will be acquainted with the indicators of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 502

Public Economics- Policy Issues. Students will be acquainted with the fiscal policies designed for developed and developing economies with a special thrust to the federal system of India.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 503

History of Economic Thought The learners will be acquainted with the historical developments in the economic thoughts propounded by different schools.

BA- Sem V

ECOM 504

Monetary Theories and Financial markets The learners will be acquainted with some basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with a reference to Indian financial markets which will enable the learners to relate the conceptual issues to the real world situations.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 601

Development Economics with Indian Perspective – II The students will be acquainted with the development issues of Indian Economy and will understand the problems of developments of North East India.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 602

Environmental Economics The learners will be acquainted with the basic concept of Environmental economics along with the solution of environmental problems.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 603

International economics The learners will be acquainted with both real and monetary aspects of International economics. They will be able grasp and retain the concepts and thereby bring excitement of International Economics to the classroom. They will also learn from traditional to modern, theoretical to analytical developments in international economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOM 604

Economic Issues of Assam The students will be acquainted with the characteristics of the economy of Assam. They will also be able to know the performance and problems of the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of economy of Assam.

 

Political Science (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCM- 101

Western political Thought This course familiarizes students with the ,manner in which the political questions were first posed. This is a basic foundation  course where the contribution of the main traditions of western political thinkers to political thought are discussed.

BA- Sem II

PSCM 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCM 302

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 401

Comparative Politics This course introduce  the students with the diverse political system specially the develop countries along with China and Switzerland. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students

BA- Sem IV

PSCM 402

Politics of North East India with Special Reference to Assam

The primary aim of this paper is acquaint the student with the sensitive peripheral states of India that has attracted the attention of the social scientists since a few years back.  Moreover, being the citizens of the Northeast region it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of their own area.

 

BA- Sem V

PSCM 501

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 502

Indian Political thought The course is design to introduce the students to the contribution of the main traditions of Indian political thinking to political. It is also mean to provide a sense of the broad stream of Indian political thought.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 503

Indian Foreign Policy This paper helps the students to understand the genesis, evolution and practice of Indian foreign policy. It also teach the student about changing strategy, bargaining, negotiation through which a nation develop its global status.

BA- Sem V

PSCM 504

International Law The course is designed to acquaint the students with the basics of international law. It also helps the students to understand the sources and implementation of these laws.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 601

Human Rights The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 602

Introduction to women’s Studies The aim of the course is to generate sensitization for women’s issues and problems. It will try to introduce the basic concepts and theories to facilitate the understanding of women’s studies.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 603

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objectives of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCM 604

Indian Administration The course will help the students to develop a broad perspective to understand the nature, character and behavior of Indian administration. It is envisaged that the course would provide the students with a good exposure to the process and dynamics of Indian administration.

 

Education (Major)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNM- 101

Philosophical foundations of education The students will understand the meaning of, nature, scope and determinates of aims of education. They will also understand the meaning, nature, scope of educational philosophy and the relation between philosophy and education. They will also know the nature and educational implementation of some Indian school of philosophy and of western school of philosophy.

BA- Sem II

EDNM 201

Sociological foundations of education The students will learn the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2) They also learn about the social aspect and process as related to education. They will  acquire knowledge about the relationship between education, changes and development and 3) They will gain knowledge of different political ideologies and their bearings in education and the social groups and quality of education.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 301

Educational Psychology 1) Students will understand the concept of Psychology and scope and function of educational Psychology. 2) They will also understand different factors of learning including concepts of motivation, intelligence, attention and interest, memory. 3) They will be introduced to the concepts of mental health and hygiene for adjustment in society.

BA- Sem III

EDNM 302

Educational measurement and Evaluation The students will develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) The learners will be familiarized with different types of tools : their characteristics and process of construction. 3) the learners will be acquainted with some pacific tools to measure intelligence, personality and attitude. they will develop an understanding  of the meaning nature and application of statistics in measurement and evaluation in education.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 401

History of Indian Education (up to 1947) 1) Students will be introduce to educational heritage of India. 2) Students will be able to analyze the causes of the social and political changes that took place in India in 18th, 19th century. They will understand the implect of socio political changes of the nationalist changes in India during early 20th century. 3) they will understand the role of education in the development of in  to understand the role of education in an emerging India.

BA- Sem IV

EDNM 402

Great educators and educational thought The students will acquainted with the development of educational thought. The students will known the contribution educators of different countries to educational theory. 2) The students will be initiated to make an in-depth analysis of the various issues and problems of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 501

Child psychology & child guidance The students will understand the importance of  the child psychology and the need of  guidance for child development. 2) They will have an understanding about children and developed a new inside about them. The learner will developed a sensitivity towards the needs and right of children. They will understand the importance of play in child development.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 502

Education in Post Independent India The students will acquire the knowledge of the development of Indian education since independent. 2) They will also be introduced to the changes taking place in Indian educational system since independence. The students will understand and appreciate the reason for the recommendations of different educational commissions since independence. They will also have an in-depth understanding of the causes of varies educational movements and its accompany challenges.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 503

Educational Technology The students will be acquaints with the meaning of educational technology and its used in educational system. 2) They will be introduced to the various uses of mass media and their rapidly expanding the mention. They will be oriented towards classroom communication skills. They will be able to used innovative methods of educational technology in teaching learning process.

BA- Sem V

EDNM 504

Techniques and methodology of teaching 504 Students will understand the principle of teaching learning process2) they will be familize with the role of audio visual age. They will know the importance of lesson planning in teaching learning process. They will be aquinted the different methods and appreciate of teaching. They will gain the know learning about teaching different subjects. The students will develop[p a few teaching skills through micro teaching they will be oriented to classroom teaching through practice teaching . they will develop of preparing lesson plane for micro and macro teaching

BA- Sem V

EDNM 505

Practice Teaching 505 To enable the students-1) To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2) To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Macro teaching.

 

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 601& 602

A. Laboratory Practical 1) the students will be introduce to experimental psychology.2) the students will be taught the uses of psychological test and psychological laboratory. The Students will learn to conduct psychological experiment and write report of the experimental process.
B. Field Report The students will acquired practical knowledge of field work. They will gain knowledge of preparing a report after a field visit. Student will also be familiarized with the changing educational realities of today’s society.

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 603

Educational Management The students will know the concept of management and they will be oriented towards practices of management in a education. They will know the concept of planning and finance and understand the concept of education supervision.-

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 604

Education in World Perspective The students will understand the Indian educational system they will be acquainted with the concept of comparative study and make a comparative study of USA, UK, India and Japan . They will understand the drawback of Indian educational system in compression to the system of education of those countries. They will be able to plane chances in education in the context of global war and help in reforms.  .

BA- Sem VI

EDNM 605

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will develop and understanding about the significant range in Indian education. They will know the various planes and policies regarding the educational setup in India. They will know certain major social and national issues related to educational system in India. They will also know the new strange in the field of modern education in India , specially  the non formal aspect for Indian education.

 

Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

AFAC- IX

Advanced Financial Accounting This course will acquaint the students with the advanced topics of   Financial Accounting like Investment Accounts.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

SAPM- XVI

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management The students will be able to learn the intricacies of investment decision making and also will benefit the students to choose portfolio management as a career option.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

DTAX- XX

Direct Tax -I This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income from salary and house property and different types of income tax authorities.

BCOM- Sem VI

DTAX- XXI

Direct Tax -II This course will give the students an idea of computing taxable income for business and profession, capital gains and income from other sources and Tax planning within the jurisdiction of Income Tax Act, 1961.

BCOM- Sem VI

FSAS- XXII

Financial  Statement Analysis This course will acquaint the students about different tools and techniques of analyzing the financial statements of business entities.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Human Resource Management (Specialty)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and Globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

PMTG- IX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem III

FIMT- X

Financial Management The students will be able to learn the tools nd techniques of financial management like Capital Budgeting, Working Capital Management etc.

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

HRMT- XV

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem IV

INRL- XVI

Industrial Relations This course aims at imparting knowledge about the different aspects of industrial relations and government labour policies.

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration  of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

GHRM- XIX

Global HRM This course will give the students an understanding of the principles and practices followed for human resource management at both national and international level.

BCOM- Sem V

HRDT- XX

Human Resource Development This course will give the students a basic idea of the HRD practices followed in India, strategic HRD and methods of training and development programmes.

BCOM- Sem VI

LILW- XXI

Labour and Industrial Laws This course will give the students an idea of the provisions of the different legislations related to labours, viz. Factories Act, 1948, The Trade Unions Act, 1926, The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 etc.

BCOM- Sem VI

TRUM- XXII

Trade Unionism This course will orient the students about the concept and the role and functions of Trade Unions.

BCOM- Sem VI

COMT- XXIII

Compensation Management The students will be acquainted with the effective management of compensation policies, strategies and systems.

BCOM- Sem VI

PRWK- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn how to go for undertaking projects and also to report the findings of such projects.

 

Assamese (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ASMG- 101

History of Assamese Literature and the study of cultural of Assamese The students will acquire the knowledge of History of Assamese Literature. They will be acquainted with the literary works of different ages. They will acquire a general idea of Assamese culture.

BA- Sem II

ASMG 201

Introduction to Applied Assamese The learners will be able to learn correct pronounciation and correct spelling of Assamese in addition to application of proper terminology, translation and drafting of different types of letters.

BA- Sem IV

ASMG 401

Introduction Assamese Literature The students will have an idea of Assamese Poetry and Fiction from the era of Shankardeva to the present time.

B.Com- Sem III

ASMG 301

Modern Indian Language (Assamese) The students of commerce will have an idea of Assamese language and literature and will be acquainted with writings related to business and commerce. They will also learn how to write notes, draft, letters and application of commercial terminology in proper contexts.

 

English (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The students will acquire some of the basic skills in written communication. They will learn the use of language and will be able to practice the different modes of writing and comprehance which shall include analysis and interpretation. They will be able to write reports, notes, memos and paragraph.

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

Students will familiarize with poetry and grammar. They will be able appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against with the selected master pieces of poems by English, American and Indian writers were produced. They will also acquire the skill in writing and literary appreciation.

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

The students will be able to appreciate different kinds of creative writing to the select literary text will be exploited by preparing supportive materials which will facilities the development of language and communication skills as well as.

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

The students will be enable to appreciate different types of creative writing and will be appointed with the ideas of nonfixonal prose by writers and thinkers.

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

The students will acquire a firsthand knowledge of major English poems from the romantic to the modern period by English, American and Indian poets. They will also acquire a firsthand knowledge of Rasian drama. They will be able to gait themselves acquainted with other. Literally cultural besides English.

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This course will prepare the students or competitive examination and will enable them to develop skills and abilities naturally for their further academic and professional needs and takes.

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

The students will be familiarize with literary genres such as fixtio0n and short stories so that the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature may be developed. They will also introduce to different negative side adopted by the writers concerned.

Semester III

(ALTC-302)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

Economics (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

ECOG- 101

Microeconomics Theory The students will develop the understanding of some basic concepts of Microeconomics. The economic reasoning of the students to analyze the behavioral patterns of different economic agents will be enhanced. The students will be provided with an opportunity to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and their practical applications.

BA- Sem II

ECOG 201

Macroeconomics The students will acquainted with the  basics of macroeconomic concepts and the theory of macroeconomics.

BA- Sem III

ECOG 301

 

 

Public Finance

The learners acquainted with some basic theoretical concept of Public finance with reference to Indian Economy.

BA- Sem IV

ECOG 401

Issues of Indian Economy Learners will be acquainted with some salient fitures of Indian Economic. They will also understand the performance of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors

BA- Sem V

ECOG 501

Elementary Statistics for Economics The learners will acquainted with some basic statistical methods that can be applied in Economics.

BA- Sem VI

ECOG 601

Development Economics The learners will acquainted with measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

 

Political Science (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

PSCG- 101

Political Theory This paper aims to provide the students with the knowledge of basic concepts, approaches, ideology, trends of the discipline.

BA- Sem II

PSCG 201

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of political parties, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement, ethnic conflict etc.

BA- Sem III

PSCG 301

Public Administration This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public administration, financial management etc.

BA- Sem IV

PSCG 401

International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations, which help them to have a proper understanding of the contemporary international issues such as power distribution system, globalization, human security, terrorism, environment etc.

BA- Sem V

PSCG 501

Administration of Rural Development in India The main objective of the course is to familiarize the students with problems and prospects of rural development in India. It will enable them to understand the approaches to rural development, objective of the various rural development programmes, implementing agencies, infrastructure to rural development etc.

BA- Sem VI

PSCG 601

Human Rights

 

The course provides the basic concepts and issues concerning human rights and acquaints the students with the challenges in enjoying the rights.

 

Education (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BA- Sem I

EDNG- 101

Foundations of education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, types, nature and scope of education. 2) Understand the determinants and different aims of education. 3) Explain the concepts, approached and theories of educational sociology. 4) Describe the role of education in social change and Modernization. 5) Know the concept of continuing, distance and adult education and its importance. 6) Explain the meaning and types of curriculum and its relevancy. 7) Comprehend the concept, type and technique of examination and evaluation

BA- Sem II

EDNG 201

Educational Psychology On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the concept, nature, scope and use of Psychology in education. 20 Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 3) Describe the meaning, concepts, variables, types and theories of learning. 4) Understand the meaning, concepts, factors and theories of personality. 5) Know the role of attention and interest in teaching learning process. 6) Describe the concepts of memory and its importance for better learning. 7) Describe the concepts of mental health and mental hygiene and the ways of keeping mental health. 8) Explain the concept of exceptional children and need of special education for them.

BA- Sem III

EDNG 301

Measurement and Evaluation in Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the meaning, nature, scope, need and types of Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 2) Know the concept, difference and importance of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in teaching-learning process. 3) Familiarize with different types of tools, their characteristics and process of construction. 4) Describe some specific tools to measure intelligence, personality and aptitude. 5) Understand the meaning, nature and application of statistic in measurement and evaluation of educational practice. 6) Comprehend the concept of normal probability distribution and its uses in statistics and education. 7) Understand the meaning, types and method of computing correlation.

BA- Sem IV

EDNG 401

Contemporary issues of Education On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain the need of constitutional provisions for education and the role of constitution in equalizing educational opportunities in the diverse Indian society. 2) Identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3) Focus attention on certain major social and national issues related to educational system of India. 4) Define the new perspective of education such as population education, environmental education, privatization of education etc. 5) Explain the concepts of national adult education programme, total literacy campaign, national literacy mission, national open school and their role to achieve cent percent literacy. 6) Critically examine and evaluate the initiative taken by government of India through various plans and policies to counter the challenge of Indian education.

BA- Sem V

EDNG 501

Developmental History of Indian Education. On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Understand the rich educational heritage of India. 2) Describe the education in ancient India with special reference to Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 3) Differentiate among Vedic, Buddhist and Muslim education. 4) Know about the educational activities of the Missionaries. 5) Evaluation the education system during British period with special emphasis on the commission and committees. 6) Describe the constitutional provision of education in independent India. 7) Explain the roles of various commissions and committees in the development of education in post independent India. 8) Understand the impact of different socio political movement in India.

BA- Sem VI

EDNG 601

Techniques and Methodology of Teaching On completion of the course, the students will be able to 1) Explain meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2) Understand the importance of general maxims of teaching. 3) Explain the importance of lesion plan for effective teaching. 4) Describe the meaning and necessity of audio- visual aids in teaching learning process. 5) Describe the concepts, nature and components of technology. 6) Understand about system approach and its application to design a course. 7) Describe the concepts and characteristics of Micro teaching and macro teaching cycle. 8) Differentiate between Micro and Macro teaching. 9) Describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication. 10) Comprehend the barriers to effective classroom communication and its solution. 11) Know about the different effective devices of teaching.

 

 

 

 

B.Com (General)

Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome

BCOM- Sem I

BUCN- I

Business Communication-I The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem I

BRFW-II

Business Laws The students will be acquainted with the various provisions of Indian business laws.

BCOM- Sem I

FACC- III

Financial Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for non corporate entities, IFRS and Accounting Policies.

BCOM- Sem I

BENV-IV

Business Environment The students will be acquainted with the issues of business at national and international level with special emphasis on liberalization and globalisation.

BCOM- Sem II

BUCN- V

Business Communication-II The students will be able to develop effective business communication skills

BCOM- Sem II

BECO- VI

Business Economics The students will learn the principles of economics as applicable to business practices.

BCOM- Sem II

COAC-VII

Corporate Accounting The students will be acquainted with various skills and knowledge for recording business transactions and prepare necessary accounts for corporate entities in conformity with the Companies Act 2013.

BCOM- Sem II

PBMT-VIII

Principles of Business Management The students will be acquainted with the basic principles of management like, planning, Staffing, directing etc.

BCOM- Sem III

HRMT- IX

Human Resource Management This course will acquaint the students with the theoretical knowledge about human resource management in an organisation

BCOM- Sem III

BUST- XI

Business Statistics This course will familarise the students with the working knowledge of statistics in business and data analysis.

BCOM- Sem III

ITAB- XII

IT and its Application in Business The students will be able to know about the innovations in Information Technology and application of IT in business.

BCOM- Sem IV

Cost Accounting- XIII

Cost Accounting The students will be able to learn the practical knowledge of cost accounting and its application in business decisions.

BCOM- Sem IV

COLW- XIV

Company Law This course will acquaint the students with the important provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 as applicable to business.

BCOM- Sem IV

AUDG- XV

Auditing This course aims at imparting knowledge about the principles and methods of Auditing and their applications.

BCOM- Sem IV

IBSM- XVI

Indian Banking System This course will provide  the students reasonable knowledge about banking system in India

BCOM- Sem V

PUFC- XVII

Public Finance This course will acquaint the students about the financial administration of the govt. and some special issues  of public  finance.

BCOM- Sem V

MATS- XVII

Mathematics This course will enable the students to have the minimum knowledge of mathematics as applicable to business and economic decisions.

BCOM- Sem V

ENDT- XVIII

Entrepreneurship Development This course will motivate the students to choose Entrepreneurship as a career and will help to build the necessary competencies for becoming an entrepreneur.

BCOM- Sem V

MACC- XIX

Management Accounting This course will give the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management decision making purposes.

BCOM- Sem V

PMTG- XX

Principles of Marketing This course will help the students to have a general idea about the marketing principles, components and techniques as applicable in modern day business.

BCOM- Sem VI

INTX- XXI

Income Tax This course will acquaint the students with the basic provisions of Income Tax Law and computation of taxable incomes under different heads.

BCOM- Sem VI

INBU- XXII

International Business This course will give the students a basic idea about the international business regulations and foreign trade policy of India.

BCOM- Sem VI

IFSM- XXIII

Indian Financial System The students will be acquainted with the components of Indian Financial System, Indian Financial Markets and the legal authorities existing to regulate those Financial Markets.

BCOM- Sem VI

SBMT- XXIV

Basics of Academic Project Preparation The students will learn about the various activities, problems and decisions involved in doing small business

 

 

 

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  • The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  • They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

 

Assamese

Course Semester Paper Title of the paper Course outcome
B.A. in Assamese  (Honours) First semester Paper- C1 History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) This paper helps the students to know the different division of Assamese Literature and they learn about specially from beginning to Shankarrottar Era. They acquire knowledge of Assamese Oral Literature also.
Paper- C2 History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) To enable the students-1) to understand the different division of modern Assamese Literature Specially from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.
AECC-2 Communicative Assamese Through this paper increase of  communication skill (i.e. Written communication and verbal communication) of students

GE-1(A)

 

 

GE-1(B)

Performing Arts

 

Culture of Assam and Culture Tourism

In this paper some of description of performing Arts, as Ex-Ojapali, Husari, Zumur, Putalanas, Deodhani etc.

 

In this paper the Culture of Assam and Culture Tourism has given description.

2nd Semester Paper-C3 Introduction of Linguistics Students attain the primary knowledge of language and linguistics and their various classification. The students also know the history of language study.
Paper-C4 Poetics Students learn about definition, nature, and concept of literature and various literary form of Indian poetics. They able to learn how to criticise a literary form through this paper. And also know the old Indian Literary Theory for criticism, such as-Alangkara, shabdashakti, Rasa, Rhetoric, Rhyme etc.
GE-2 Teaching of Assamese Literature This paper help the students to know importance and purpose of literary learning, Lesson plan, Poetry and prose learning, find the aesthetic value of literature.

Third semester

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper-C5

Literary Criticism

 

 

 

 

Students Learn about definition and classification of literary criticism. Students also learn different forms of literature such as- Poetry, Drama, Novel, Short Story, One act play etc.

 

 

 

Paper-C6 Selection from Assamese poetry Students able to learn about- 1) History of Assamese poetry. 2) Different characteristics of Assamese poetry and its variety. Student also learn one unit of modern poetry in this paper Selected Poets, such as-Chandra Kumar Agarwala, Nabakanta Borua, Nilamoni Phukan, Karabi Deka Hazarika
Paper-C7 Studies on the Culture of Assam To enable the students learn about the definition, nature and concept of culture. Students also learn about Folk-Culture, Folk-belief, Traditional dress, Traditional Ornaments of different communities of Assam.
GE-3 Teaching of Assamese Language To enable the students 1)Importance and purpose of Language Learning 2) Assamese Language content 3) Grammar Education Requirements and learning Methods 4) Assamese language pronunciation and letter combination 5) Teaching method of Assamese language as second language.
Fourth semester Paper-C8 Theory and Practice of Comparative Literature  Origin and evolution of Comparative Literature along with its significance in Indian comparative literature.
Paper-C9 Indo-Aryan Languages and Assamese To enable the students 1) to explain the Origin and development of Indo-Aryan Languages and Assamese. 2) to introduce the basic concept and characteristics of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit through selected texts.
Paper- C10 Selection from Assamese Prose In this paper the Origin of Assamese Prose and development from ancient assamese to  present Assamese Prose.
GE-4 Sociology of Literature Inclouding in this paper Literature and Socity, study of Sociology of literature, practical study of sociology of selected literature. Such as- Jibanar Batat, Avijatree, Magareebar Aajan, Chiraj
Fifth semester Paper- C11 Assamese Drama To enable the students-1) Growth and development of Assamese Drama and theatre (stage) 2) study the selected Assamese drama to gain knowledge of different types of drama in Assamese.
Paper- C12 Studies on Assamese Linguistics Students learn about the basic concept of speech organ. Students also develop their knowledge of Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language through this paper.
Paper- DSE-1 Assamese Grammar, Lexicon and Idiomatic Usages To enable the students-1. Pronunciation and spelling of Assamese Language 2. Basic concept of Assamese Grammar such as Derivatives, Affix and Suffixes, Number, Gender etc. 3. Basic concept of Assamese Dictionary. 4. Technical term and administrative technical term. 5. Idiom and Phrases of Assamese language.
Paper-DSE-2 Introduction to Indian Literature To introduce the concept and relevant of Comparative Literature, its introduction and definition. Students learn about the idea of Indian Comparative Literature.
Sixth Semester Paper- C13 Selection from Assamese Prose Students Learn about selection from Assamese prose, such as- Short Story, Novel, Biography and Auto-Biography, etc.
Paper- C14 Language and Script of Assam To enable the students-1) Basic concept of Languages of Assam i.e., Indo-Aryan and Non-Indo-Aryan languages. 2. Characteristics of Assamese Language and its Dialects.3. Chino-Tibetan languages of Assam.4. Exchange of element in Assamese language and Non-Indo-Aryan languages of Assam.
Paper- DSE-3 Introduction to World Literature This paper helps the students to understand the basic concept of world literature through some selected texts .

Paper- DSE-4(A)

 

 

 

DSE-4(B)

DSE-4(A) Special Author

 

 

 

 

DSE-4(B)

Project

Through this paper students learn one of the selected author as 1. Bhupen Hazarika, 2. Bhabendranath saikia, 3. Birendra Kumar Vattacharya, 4. Mamoni Raysom Goswami, 5. Nirupama Borgohain

 

Students learn about how can do their Research Work.

B.A in Assamese

(Non-Honours)

 

1st Semester Paper-DSC-1(A) Language and script of Assam To enable the students 1.To explain the growth and development of Assamese Language and script 2. Characteristics of Assamese Language.3. Basic concept and characteristics of Dialects of Assamese language.
2nd Semester Paper- DSC-1(B) Assamese Prose Students understand growth and development of Assamese prose. Study the selected prose of Assamese prose literature they aware of the different form (genre) of Assamese prose.
3rd Sem

Paper-

DSC-1(C)

Assamese Poetry and Drama Students able to learn about history of Assamese poetry and drama. Student also learn Assamese selected poem and drama.
3rd Sem MIL-1 History of Assamese Literature This paper helps the students to know the different division of Assamese Literature and they learn about specially from beginning to pre-sankari era to modern literature.
4th Sem Paper-DSC-1(D) Language and Culture of Assam To enable the students-1) Basic concept of Languages of Assam i.e., Indo-Aryan and Non-Indo-Aryan languages. 2. Chino-Tibetan languages of Assam 3. Assamese Culture 4. Folk Custom and Folk Belief of selected tribe of Assam 5. Festivals of selected tribe
4th Sem MIL-2 Selection from Assamese Literature Students learn about selection from of Assamese Literature, such as-Poem, Drama, Prose, Short Story and Novel.
5th Sem Paper-DSE-1 Assamese Grammar, Lexion and Idiomatic Usages To enable the students-1. Pronunciation and spelling of Assamese Language 2. Basic concept of Assamese Grammar such as Derivatives, Affix and Suffixes, Number, Gender etc. 3. Basic concept of Assamese Dictionary. 4. Technical term and administrative technical term. 5. Idiom and Phrases of Assamese language.
6th Sem Paper-DSE-3 Introduction to World Literature This paper helps the students to understand the basic concept of world literature through some selected texts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

 

Course

 

Semester

 

Paper

Course outcome

 

B.A in English

(Major Papers)

Semester I

(10100, 10200)

 

Indian Classical Literature

European Classical Literature

The paper will enable the students – a) to learn about the rich cultural heritage of ancient Indian literature, especially Sanskrit Literature.

b) to acquaint learners with the great heritage of European classical literature, starting from Homer’s epic The Iliad to the satires

of Horace. The importance of this course rests on the fact that English literature is heavily indebted to the classical works of Greece and Rome.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester II

(20100,

20200)

 

 

Indian writings in English

British poetry and Drama

 

The paper will help – a)  to introduce learners to Indian Writing in English from the colonial to the postcolonial period.

Issues such as identity politics, gendered differences, home, dislocation, language among others shall be underscored with the intention to understand the diversity of Indian culture and tradition

across spatiality. b)to acquaint the learners with British

poetry and drama from Chaucer to Shakespeare.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester III

(30100,

30200,

30300)

 

 

American Literature

Popular Literature

British poetry and Drama: 17th and 18th centuries

 

The paper will – a)introduce the learners to American

literature, a field that could be considered as comparatively recent in formulation, when compared to the literature of Britain and Continental Europe b) is to acquaint learners with popular literature, such as crime thriller, graphic fiction, children’s literature and so forth, generally regarded by purists to be ‘low-brow’ and meant for easy mass consumption. C) From the romantic excesses of the Elizabethan literature to a literature marked by restraint and order, the learners would be in a position to experience a whole gamut of feelings that define a period and

contradistinguishing it from another.

 

 

Semester IV

(40100)

 

 

British Literature: 18th century

 

The paper will enable the students – a) to acquaint themselves with gender issues. Congreve’s play bears enough testimony to this fact. Since, this period is also referred to as the Age of Enlightenment; ‘reason’ became the locus from which human’s actions and cognition issued forth.

 

 

Semester I V

(40200)

 

British Romantic Literature

The paper will let the students – a) to connect with people across class lines. Product of the revolutionary zeal precipitated by two great revolutions – the French Revolution and the American War of Independence – the highly imaginative, rhetorical, emotive, visionary,

metaphysical, epical, sensuous aspects of the works, especially poetry, gave tremendous heft to this literature celebrating Nature in all its beauty, majesty and terror.

Semester IV

(40300)

 

.British Literature:19th century

The paper provides a fascinating opportunity

to immerse oneself into the fraught historical context determined by contradictory, oppositional

drives and processes.

   

Semester V

(50100)

 

Women’s Writing

 

 

 

This  paper will introduce learners to women’s writing, and in doing so attempting to underline the

manner in which power operates to silence women from articulating their views. Apart from that,

the course would also try to situate women’s writing in a space that transcends or upends the

male writing tradition through various (subversive) ways.

Semester V

(50200)

 

British Literature: the early 20th century

The paper will introduce the students to  Twentieth-century British literature which  was characterised by

experimentations on the level of both form and content.

Semester VI

(ENGM- 601)

 

Criticism II

The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts.

 

Semester VI

(ENGM -602)

 

Literature of the USA

The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with the history of American literature and study seminal American texts in order to help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation.

 

Semester VI

(ENGM -603)

 

Literature in the Postcolonial World The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with seminal postcolonial novels in order to help them understand the complex negotiations between the colonizer and the colonized and the transformations in societies and cultures in India, African region.
(General Papers)

Semester VI

(ENGM – 604)

 

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics

The paper will enable the students – a)to get introduced to some basic

concepts associated with language. b) to get familiarized with the

sound system of English and English syntax to stimulate effective communication in English.

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The paper enables the students to learn some of the basic skills in written communication like different modes of writing and comprehension

 

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

This paper intends to familiarize the students with poetry as a genre, explore poems by American, British and Indian writers and also appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against which these master pieces were produced.

 

 

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

This paper helps the students to appreciate and analyze different kinds of creative writing and selected works.

 

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

This paper enables the students to appreciate different kinds of creative writing and explore the ideas of famous non-fictional prose by writers and thinkers.

 

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

This paper enables the students to acquaint themselves with a Russian drama and major English poems from the Romantic to the Modern Period by English, American and Indian poets.

 

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This paper prepares students for competitive examinations and enables them to develop skills and abilities that may be necessary for their future academic and professional needs and interests.

 

 

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

This paper familiarizes the students to literary genres such as fiction and short stories so as to develop the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature.

 

B. Com

Semester III

(ALTC-301)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome

B.A. in Economics (Honours Programme)

ECNHC

Semester I

Course

Code: ECNHC

101

Course Title: Introductory Microeconomics

To enable the students-1) to understand the basic concepts of Microeconomics. 2) to enhance the economic reasoning of the learners to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents. 3) to expose the students to the basic principles of microeconomic theory. 4) to illustrate how microeconomic concepts can be applied to analyze real-life situations.

 

Course Code: ECNHC

102

Course Title: Mathematical Methods for Economics–I

The objective of this course is  1 ) to transmit the body of basic mathematics that enables the study of economic theory at the undergraduate level, specifically the courses on microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, statistics and econometrics set out in this syllabus. 2) In this course, particular economic models are not the ends, but the means for illustrating the method of applying mathematical techniques to economic theory in general.

 

Semester II

 

Course Code: ECNHC

201

Course Title: Introductory Macroeconomics To enable the students-1) to introduce the students to the basic concepts of Macroeconomics. 2) to discuss the theories of the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variables like savings, investment, GDP, money, inflation and the balance of payments.
Semester II

 

Course Code: ECNHC

202

Course Title: Mathematical Methods for Economics – II

To enable the students-1) is to transmit the body of basic mathematics that enables the study of economic theory at the undergraduate level, specifically the courses on microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, statistics and econometrics set out in this Syllabus.  2) to applying mathematical techniques to economic theory in general.

 

Semester

III

 

Course Code: ECNHC

301

 

 

Course Title: Essentials of Microeconomics

1)  to understand the basic concepts of Microeconomics.  2) to provide a sound training in microeconomic theory to formally analyze the behaviour of individual agents.  3) to make the students realize that good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the behaviour of the consumer and the producer and also the competitive firms.

Course Code: ECNHC

302

Course Title: Essentials of Macroeconomics

1)        to introduces the students  to formal modeling of a macro-economy in terms of analytical tools. 2) to discusses various alternative theories of output and employment determination in a closed economy in the short run as well as medium run, and the role of policy in this context. It also introduces the students to various theoretical issues related to an open economy.

 

Course Code:

ECNHC

303

Course Title: Statistical Methods for Economics

1) to impart knowledge  on some basic concepts and terminology that are fundamental to statistical analysis and inference. 2) to develop  the notion of probability, followed by probability distributions of discrete and continuous random variables and of joint distributions. 3) to discuss on sampling techniques used to collect survey data.

 

Semester

IV

Course Code: ECNHC

401

Course Title: Advanced Microeconomics 1) this paper gives emphasis   on  conceptual clarity about advanced microeconomic concepts to the student coupled with the use of mathematical tools and reasoning. 2) It covers general equilibrium and welfare, imperfect markets and topics under information economics.

Course Code: ECNHC

402

Course Title: Advanced Macroeconomics In this course, the students are introduced to the long run dynamic issues like growth and technical progress. It also provides the micro-foundations to the various aggregative concepts used in the previous course.

Course Code: ECNHC

403

Course Title: Introductory Econometrics

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to basic econometric concepts and techniques. It covers statistical concepts of hypothesis testing, estimation and diagnostic checking of simple and multiple regression.

 

Semester V

Course Code: ECNHC

501

Course Title: Indian Economy- I . This course reviews major trends in economic indicators in India in the post-Independence period, with particular emphasis on paradigm shifts and turning points.
 

Course Code: ECNH

C502

Course Title: Development Economics – I

To acquaint the learners with the measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

2) to understand the aggregate models of growth and cross-national comparisons of the growth experience that can help evaluate these models. The axiomatic basis for inequality measurement is used to develop measures of inequality and connections between growth and inequality are explored. The course ends by linking political institutions to growth and inequality by discussing the role of the state in economic development and the informational and incentive problems that affect state governance.

Course Code: ECNHDSE505 Course Title: : Money and Financial Markets

This course exposes students to the theory and functioning of the monetary and financial sectors of the economy. It highlights the organization, structure and role of financial markets and institutions. It also discusses interest rates, monetary management and instruments of monetary control. Financial and banking sector reforms and monetary policy with special reference to India are also covered.

 

Course Code: ECNHDSE506 Course Title: Public Economics

The paper acquaints the learners with the nature of government intervention and its implications for allocation, distribution and stabilization. Inherently, this study involves a formal analysis of government taxation and expenditures. The subject encompasses a host of topics including public goods, market failures and externalities. The paper is divided into two sections, one dealing with the theory of public economics and the other with the Indian public finances.

 

Sixth Semester

Course Code: ECNHC

601

Course Title: Indian Economy- II 1) to acquaint the learners with the development issues of Indian Economy.2) to enable the students to understand the development problems of North East India.

Course Code: ECNHC

602

Course Title: Development Economics-II to acquaint the learners with basic demographic concepts and their evolution during the process of development. The structure of markets and contracts is linked to the particular problems of enforcement experienced in poor countries. The governance of communities and organizations is studied and this is then linked to questions of sustainable growth.
Course Code: : ECNHDSE602 Course Title: Environmental Economics

This course aims to focus on economic causes of environmental problems; in particular, how economic principles are applied to environmental questions and their management through various economic institutions, economic incentives and other instruments and policies. It also aims to address Economic implications of environmental policy as well as valuation of environmental quality, quantification of environmental damages, tools for evaluation of environmental projects such as cost-benefit analysis and environmental impact assessments.

 

Course Code: ECNHDSE603 Course Title: International Economics

This course aims to develop a systematic exposition of models that try to explain the composition, direction, and consequences of international trade, and the determinants and effects of trade policy. It builds on the models of open economy macroeconomics, focusing on national policies as well as international monetary systems. It concludes with an analytical account of the causes and consequences of the rapid expansion of international financial flows in recent years.

 

 

 

Course- B.A Generic Programme in Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome
B.A Generic Programme in Economics Semester I Course Code: ECNGE1 Course Title: Introductory Microeconomics This course aims to expose the students to the basic principles of microeconomic theory. This course also designed to develop understanding about the use of microeconomic concepts in real life situations.
Semester II Course Code: ECNGE2 Course Title: Introductory Macroeconomics This course aims to introduce the students to   the basic concepts of Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with the aggregate economy. This course discusses the preliminary concepts associated with the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variable like savings, investment, GDP, money, inflation, and the balance of payments.
Semester III

Course Code: ECNGE

3.1

Course Title: Indian Economy – I This course reviews major trends in economic indicators in India in the post-Independence period, with particular emphasis on paradigm shifts and turning points.
Semester IV

Course Code: ECNGE

4.3

Course Title: Public Finance This course is a non-technical overview of government finances with special reference to India. The course does not require any prior knowledge of economics. . It will look into the efficiency and equity aspects of   taxation of the centre, states and the local governments and the issues of   fiscal federalism and decentralisation of India.

 

Course- B.A Non Honours Programme in Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome
B.A. in Economics (Non Honours Programme) Semester I

Course Code :

ECNGC101

 

Course Title: Principles of Microeconomics – I

 

This course intends to expose the students to the basic principles in Microeconomic theory and their applications.
Semester II

Course Code :

ECNGC

201

 

Course Title: Principles of Microeconomics – II

 

This course intends to expose the students to the basic principles in Microeconomic theory and their applications.
Semester III

Course Code : ECNGC

301

 

Course Title: Principles of Macroeconomics-I

 

This course introduces students to the basic concepts in Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with the aggregate economy. In this course the students are introduced to the definition, measurement of the macroeconomic variables like GDP, consumption, savings, investment and balance of payments. The course also discusses various theories of determining GDP in the short run.
Semester IV

Course Code : ECNGC

401

 

Course Title: Principles of Macroeconomics-II

 

This course analyses various theories of determination of National Income in greater detail. It also introduces students to concept of inflation, its relationship with unemployment and some basic concepts in an open economy.
Semester V

Course Code : ECNGDSE501

 

Course Title: Economic Development and Policy in India–I

 

This course reviews major trends in aggregate economic indicators in India and places these against the backdrop of major policy debates in India in the post- Independence period.
Semester VI

Course Code: Public Finance

601

Course Title: Public Finance

 

This course overviews the government finances with special reference to India. The course does not require any prior knowledge of economics. It will look into the efficiency and equity aspects of taxation of the centre, states and the local governments and the issues of fiscal federalism and decentralisation in India.

 

 

Political Science

Course Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome
Political Science (Honours)

BA- Sem I

C 1

 

Understanding Political Theory. This course introduces the students to the idea of political theory, its history and approaches and the c contemporary trends. Further it also tends to reconcile political theory and practice related to State, citizenship and democracy.

BA – Sem I

C 2

Constitutional Government and Democracy in India. This paper acquaints the students of political science with constitutional design of States’ structure and institutions and their actual working. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of Judiciary, Panchayati Raj etc.

BA – Sem II

C 3

Political Theory: Concepts and Debates.

This course familiarizes students with the basic normative concepts of political theory. Further this course introduces the students to the important debates in the subject in the light of new insights and challenges.

 

BA – Sem II

C 4

Political Process in India. This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as role of political parties, Election process and voting behavior, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement.

BA – Sem III

C 5

Introduction to Comparative Government and Politcs. The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. This course introduces the students with the diverse political systems both of the developed and developing countries like the USA, Britain, China, Brazil and Nigeria.

BA – Sem III

C 6

Perspectives on Public Administration. This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public management, good governance, people’s participation etc.

BA – Sem III

C 7

Perspectives on International Relations and World History This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations. This courses helps them to have a proper understanding of emergence of the International System, History of International Relations, two world Wars, cold war and the post cold war developments etc.

BA – Sem IV

C 8

Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective. This course aims to familiarize the students with the comparative method to the study of politics. It also introduces the students to some of the range of issues, literature and methods that cover comparative politics.

BA – Sem IV

C 9

Public Policy and Administration in India.

This course seeks to provide an introduction to the interface between public policy and administration in India. It also deals with the issues like decentralization, financial management, citizen and administration and social welfare from Indian perspective.

 

BA – Sem IV

C 10

Global Politics. This course acquaints the students with the meaning and issues of globalization. It also offers insights into key contemporary global issues such as the nuclear weapons, ecological issues, global terrorism, human security, global government etc.

BA – Sem V

C 11

Classical Political Philosophy This course goes back to Greek antiquity and familiarizes students with the manner in which the political questions were first posed. Machiavelli comes as an interlude inaugurating modern politics followed by Hobbes and Locke. This is a basic foundation course for students.

BA – Sem V

C 12

Indian Political Thought – I This course introduces the specific elements of Indian Political Thought. The basic focus of study is on individual thinkers whose ideas are however framed by specific themes. It is meant to provide a sense of the broad streams of Indian thought while encouraging a specific knowledge of individual thinkers and texts.

BA – Sem V

DSE 1A

Contemporary Politics in Assam The primary aim of this paper is acquaint with the students with the politics of contemporary Assam and its neighbouring states. Moreover, being located in the Northeast resign it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of the region.

BA – Sem V

DSE 2A

Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective This course attempts to build an understanding of human rights among students through a study of specific issues in a comparative perspective.

BA – Sem VI

C 13

Modern Political Philosophy This course seeks to provide an introduction to the manner in which the questions of politics have been posed in terms that have implications for larger questions of thought and existence.

BA – Sem VI

C 14

Indian Political Thought n – II The course introduces a wide span of thinkers and themes that defines the modernity of Indian Political Thought. The objective is to study general themes that have been produced by thinkers from varied social and temporal contexts.

BA – Sem VI

DSE 3A

Public Policy in India This course provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and methods that can be employed in the analysis of public policy. The course will be useful for students who seek an integrative link to their understanding of political science, economic theory and the practical world of development and social change.

BA – Sem VI

DSE 4A

India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing world This course aims to teach students the genesis, evolution and practice of India’s Foreign Policy. It also introduces Indian’s evolving relations with the superpowers during the cold war and after, bargaining strategy and positioning in international climate change negotiations, international economic governance, international terrorism and the India’s role as a global player since independence.

BA – Sem I

GE 1A

Nationalism in India The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the struggle of Indian people against colonialism and imperialism. The course begins with the nineteenth century Indian responses to colonial dominance and continues through various phases up to the events leading to the partition and independence.

BA – Sem II

GE 2A

Feminism: Theory and Practice This course aims to explain contemporary debates on feminism and the history of feminist struggles. This paper also covers the history of feminism in the west, socialist societies and in anti-colonial struggles.

BA – Sem III

GE 3B

Governance: Issues and Challenges This paper deals with concepts and different dimensions of governance highlighting the major debates in the contemporary time.

BA – Sem IV

GE 4B

United Nations and Global Conflict This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the most important multilateral political organization in international relations. It provides a detailed account of the organizational structure and the political processes of the UN and how it has evolved since 1945,especially in terms of dealing with the major global conflicts.

 

 

  1. ii) Political Science (Non-Honours)
Course Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome
 Political Science (Non-Honours)

BA – Sem I

DSC  1A

Introduction to Political Theory This course introduces the students to the idea of political theory, its history and approaches and the c contemporary trends. Further it also tends to reconcile political theory and practice related to State, citizenship and democracy.

BA – Sem II

DSC  1B

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic characteristics of Indian constitution. It also covers various challenges and working of the government.

BA – Sem III

DSC  1C

Comparative Government and Politics The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. This course introduces the students with the diverse political systems like the USA, Uk, China and Canada.

BA – Sem IV

DSC 1D

Introduction to International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations. This courses helps them to have a proper understanding of the cold war, foreign policy etc.

BA – Sem V

DSE 1A

Administration and Public Policy: Concepts and Theories This course provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and methods that can be employed in the analysis of public policy.

BA – Sem VI

DSE  1B

Understanding Globalization This course introduces the students to the meaning and forms of globalization. This course helps the students to understand certain problems and measures of solution of globalization.

BA – Sem V

GE 1

Reading Gandhi This course seeks to provide an introduction to the textual and contextual reading of Gandhian thought, his contributions and legacy.

BA – Sem VI

GE 2

Human Rights Gender and Environment This course attempts to build an understanding of human rights among students through a study of specific issues such as Un declaration, Human Rights in Indian context, gender, environment etc.

 

Education

Course Semester Paper Title of the paper Course outcome

B.A. IN EDUCATION

(HONOURS)

First semester

EDNH101

 

Philosophical Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To describe the modern concept, aims, functions and role of education. 2. To describe the role of Philosophy in Education. 3. To explain the basic tenants of the given Indian and Western Philosophies and their influence in Education. 4.To appraise the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education.

EDNH102

 

Sociological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To explain the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2. To illustrate Social Aspects, Social Processes and role of Education. 3. To explain the role of Education in Social Change and Development. 4. To describe various Social Groups and their Education 5. To explain different Political Ideologies and their bearings on Education.

Second semester EDNH201 Psychological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education. 2. Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 4. Discuss the various concepts and theories of learning, intelligence, personality and mental health.

EDNH202  Educational Administration and Management To enable the students- 1. To define the concept of Educational Management. 2. To describe the types of management and modern trends of educational management. 3.To define and explain the concept of educational leadership.
Third semester EDNH301 Great Educators and Educational Thoughts

To enable the students-

1. To describe the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education 2. To explain the relevance of the educational thought of the given philosophers.

EDNH302 Measurement And Evaluation in Education After studying this paper students will be able- 1) To develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) to acquaint with the tools of measurement and evaluation in education. 3) to familiar with statistics used in measurement and evaluation in education.
EDNH303 Experimental Psychology and Laboratory Practical After studying this paper students will be able- 1. To explain the concept, scope and need of Experimental psychology. 2. To conduct and report of psychological experiments on memory, attention, learning, personality and intelligence related practical.
Fourth semester EDNH401 Education In Pre-Independent India After studying this paper students will be able- 1. To explain the concept of education in the context of Indian heritage. 2. To describe the education in ancient India. 3.To critically examine the education system in Medieval India. 4.To evaluate the education system during British period.
EDNH402 Techniques of Teaching

To enable the students-

1. to explain the meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2. describe the role of teacher at different phases of teaching. 3. explain the importance of planning lessons in teaching-learning process. 4. describe the concept of teaching skills and the stages of microteaching cycle. 5. describe different methods and approaches of teaching.

EDNH 4020 Teaching Practice

To enable the students-

1.To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2.To integrate the teaching skills in real classroom situations. 3. To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Practice teaching.

EDNH403 Educational Technology

To enable the students-

1.To describe the concept, nature and components of Educational Technology 2. To apply ICT in teaching learning 3. To describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication.  4. To demonstrate the skills of effective communication.

Fifth semester EDNH501 Education In Post-Independent India

To enable the students-

1 To describe the educational scenario at the time of Independence. 2. To explain the roles of various Commissions and Committees in the development of education in post independent India. 3. To describe the recent educational developments in India

EDNH502 Education In World Perspective

The students will be able to:

1.explain the meaning, nature, scope and factors of national system of education. 2. describe the methods of studying national system of education. 3. explain the organization, administration, objectives and examination systems of different countries. 5. describe the vocational, teacher education, ODL system and women education in different countries.

DSEED 501 Guidance And Counselling

The students will be able to:

1. describe the meaning, nature, purpose and scope of guidance and counselling. 2. describe the characteristics and functions of guidance and counselling. 3. state the basic principles of guidance and counselling. 4. use various tools and techniques of guidance in appropriate context.

DSEED 504 Mental Health Issues

The students will be able to:

1.explain the need and importance of understanding the concepts of mental health and hygiene in the emerging society. 2. empathize with people having psychological and maladjustment problems. 3. describe the role of different agencies of society and their impacts on the development of an individual’s personality.

Sixth semester EDNH601 Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will be able to 1. explain the need of constitutional provisions for education. 2. identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3. define the new perspectives of education such as Environmental education, Inclusive education, Gender education, adult education, Human right education, Value education, population education etc.
EDNH602 Child & Adolescent Psychology

The students will be able to:

1. explain the significance of study of childhood and adolescence. 2. describe the developmental changes of childhood and adolescence. 3. summarize the effect of family dynamics on child and adolescent development.

DSEED 603 Gender and Education

The students will be able:

1.To explain the meaning and nature of gender and its related terms.

2.To describe the gender biases and gender inequality in family, school and society.

3. To describe the gender issues related to school education.

4.To analyse the laws and policies related to gender equality.

DSEED 604 Project Report

The students will be able:

1.  To explain the process of conducting a Project.

2. To identify the problems for Educational Project.

3. To solve problems faced in educational field through project.

4. To prepare a project report.

 

 

B.A. EDUCATION

(NON-HONOURS)

First semester EDCN101 Philosophical Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To describe the modern concept, aims, functions and role of education. 2. To describe the role of Philosophy in Education. 3. To explain the basic tenants of the given Indian and Western Philosophies and their influence in Education. 4.To appraise the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education.

Second semester

EDCN201

 

Psychological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education. 2. Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 4. Discuss the various concepts and theories of learning, intelligence, personality and mental health.

Third semester

EDCN301

 

Sociological Foundations of Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To enable the students-

1. To explain the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2. To illustrate Social Aspects, Social Processes and role of Education. 3. To explain the role of Education in Social Change and Development. 4. To describe various Social Groups and their Education 5. To explain different Political Ideologies and their bearings on Education.

Fourth semester

EDCN401

 

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will be able to 1. explain the need of constitutional provisions for education. 2. identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3. define the new perspectives of education such as Environmental education, Inclusive education, Gender education, adult education, Human right education, Value education, population education etc.

 

Commerce

 

Course

 

Semester Paper

Course outcome

 

B.Com

Semester I

Code- C-101

 

Financial Accounting

The objective of his paper is to help students to acquire conceptual knowledge of the financial accounting and to import skills for recording various kind of business transaction.

 

Do Code-102 Business Law The objective of the course is to impart basic knowledge of the important business legislation along with relevant case law.
Generic Elective ( Code G_101) Micro Economics The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the concepts of micro economics dealing with consumer behavior. The course also makes the student understand the supply side of the market through the production and cost behavior of firms.
Ability Enhancement Code-AECC 1 English Communication The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theory, fundamentals and tools of communication and to develop in them virtual communication skills which should be integrat to personal, social and professional interaction.
B.Com

Semester-II

Code- C-203

Corporate Accounting To help the students to acquire the conceptual knowledge of the corporate accounting and to learn the techniques of preparing the financial statements.
Code-C-204 Corporate Law The objective of the course is to import basic knowledge of the provisions of the Companies Act 2013 and the depositories Act, 1996. Case studies involving issues in corporate laws atre required to be discussed.
 

Generic Elective

Code- G-202

Macro Economics The course aims at providing the student with knowledge of basic concepts of the macro economics. The modern tools of macro economics analysis are discussed and the policy from work is elaborate, including the open economy.
 

Ability Enhancement

Code-AE-202

Environmental Science To import knowledge about the ecosystem and about the renewable and non-renewable energy sources. To import knowledge on air, water and soil pollution and acknowledge about Environmental Protection Act.
 

Semester-III

Code- C-305

 

Human Resource Management The objective of the course is to acquaint students with the techniques and principles to manage human resource of an organization.
  Code-C-306 Income Tax Law and Practice To provide basic knowledge and equip students with application of principles and provisions of Income Tax Act 1961and the relevant rules.
  Code- C-307 Management Principles and Application The objective of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of basic management, concepts, principles and practices.
 

Skill Enhancement

Code-SE-302

E-Commerce To enable the student to become familiar with the mechanism for conducting business transactions through electronic means.
 

Generic Elective

Code-G-303

Business Statistics The objective of this course is to familarise students with the basic statistical tools used for managerial decision making.
 

Semester IV

Code- C-408

Cost Accounting Main objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with the application of cost accounting and methods.
Code- C-409 Business Mathematics Outcome of this paper is to understand and appreciate basic concepts of a matrix and demonstrate various operations concerning matrices.
  SE- 403 Entrepreneurship The purpose of this paper is to prepare a group whjere the students view entrepreneurships as a desirable and feasible career option. In particular the paper Seeks to build the necessary competencies and motivation for a career in entrepreneurship.
  Code- G-404 Indian Economics
  Code- C-410 Computer Application in Business The basic objective of this paper is to familiarize the students with the concepts of computer application and how these are in practice in business. Further the paper enables the students to understand theoretically the application of IT in business.
 

Semester V

Code- DSE-501

 

Group I

Accounting and Finance

Management Accounting This course provides the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management

Group-II

Human Resource

Industrial Relation The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the different aspects of Industrial Relations and Government Labour Policies.
 

Code- DSE-502

 

Group I

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance The basic aim of this paper is to acquaint the students with advanced topics in accounting

Group-II

Human Resource

Human Resource Development The objective of this course is to provide theorical knowledge about different HRD practices.
  Code-C511 Principle of Marketing The objective in this course is to help students to understand the concept of marketing and its applications.
  Code- C-512 Financial Management The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the concept of financial management.
 

Semester VI

Code- C-613

 

Auditing The course aims at importing knowledge about the principles and methods of auditing and their applications
  Code-C-614 GST Law & Practice The course is intended to introduce the students with the structure of Indirect Tax in India. The principles of indirect tax and direct taxes are also been included for conceptualization of tax structure. The students are also expected to learn the concept of GST and its history. They will also learn about the record keeping aspects under GST regime and filling of GST return periodically as per the prescribed procedure.
  Discipline Specific Elective Code- DSE-601

Group-I

Accounting & Finance

Security Analysis & Portfolio Management The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the  basics of Security analysis and portfolio management.

Group-II

Human Resource

Labour and Industrial Law The objective of this course is to impart the knowledge of labour laws and Industrial Laws to the students
   

Group-I

Accounting & Finance

Financial Statements Analysis The basic aim of this course is to acquaint students with the skill of Financial Statement Analysis

Group-II

Human Resource

Trade Unionism The objective of this curse is to orient students about the concept and the role and functions of trade unionism.

 

Programme Outcome

B.A programme outcome

  1. The BA graduates will acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and languages which will make them sensitive, sensible, and law abiding citizens who will respect human values.
  2. The BA graduates will develop effective communication skills, critical thinking and creative aptitude.
  3. The BA graduates will develop analytical reasoning capability and logical presentation skills.
  4. The BA graduates will have inclination for lifelong learning and aptitude for higher studies.
  5. The BA graduates will acquire leadership quality and involve themselves in social service.
  6. The BA graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like A.C.S, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc.

 

  1. Com programme outcome
  2. The B. Com graduates will acquire knowledge and skills in the field of Accountancy, Management, Auditing, Marketing, Finance and Indirect and Direct Tax Laws and practices.
  3. The B. Com graduates will develop effective communication skills and Human Resource Management skills for working in business and industrial organisations.
  4. The B. Com graduates will have the skill of solving accounts related problems in relation to sole trader firms, partnership firms and companies.
  5. The B. Com graduates may go for higher studies in such courses as M.Com, MBA, CA, CS, ICWA /CMA.
  6. The B. Com graduates will acquire entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. The B. Com graduates will qualify themselves for participation in competitive examinations like Bank probationary officer, LIC development officer in addition to ACS, APS, IAS, IPS, IRS etc.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcome

B.A. in Assamese (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of History and Culture of the Assamese people.
  2. They will read diverse Assamese texts in the socio cultural context of the Assamese people.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of Assamese Phonology in the broadest context of Phonetics and Linguistics.
  4. They will be able to appreciate and evaluate different genres of writing in Assamese.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Literature and Comparative Literature.
  6. They will have knowledge of critical and literary theories in the broader perspective of Indian and Western criticism and literary theories.
  7. They will acquire the skill of drafting official letters and application in Assamese.
  8. They will study the growth and development of Assamese language and literature.

 

B.A. in English (Major)

  1. Students will learn History and culture of the English people.
  2. They will read different texts within the historical and cultural contexts of English people
  3. They will learn critical and literary theories and to critically appreciate literary writings.
  4. They will read and appreciate the different genres of American Literature.
  5. They will develop the skills of evaluating different genres of writing in English
  6. They will acquire knowledge of Phonetics, Linguistics and English Phonology.
  7. They will also have an understanding and appreciation of Indian writings in English of the post colonial period.
  8. They will acquire the skill of speaking and writing in English appropriate to social contexts.

 

B.A. in Economics (Major)

  1. The students will understand the basic concepts of Micro economics and Macro economics.
  2. The students will be able to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents and to deal with the advanced theoretical issues and make practical application of economic theories to solve economic problems of their day to day life.
  3. They will acquire the knowledge of working of an economy and the process of determination of the level of income and employment.
  4. They will understand the nature of Indian economy which is in developing stage and in what ways the level of income and employment can be increased to alleviate poverty in India.
  5. The students will acquire the knowledge and develop the skill of application of statistical methods and mathematical concepts to analyse the economic behavior of individuals.
  6. The study of economics will enable the students to understand the methods of distribution of financial resources between the centre and the state governments.
  7. Students’ ability to understand the theoretical base and basic concepts relating to monetary analysis and financial marketing with reference to Indian financial market will be enhanced.
  8. Students’ knowledge of the problems of development of Indian economy in relation to North-East India will be enhanced.
  9. The students will acquire the knowledge of international trade, international movement of capital in relation to globalization and economic reforms.

 

B.A. in Political science (Major)

  1. The student will be able to understand the fundamental concepts, theories and issues relating to political science.
  2. They will acquire the competence to critically access the issues like rights and obligations of a citizen, political behavior, public opinion, voting behavior etc.
  3. They will understand the structure, power, functions of different branches of a government and other stakeholders and their inter relationships.
  4. They will acquire the knowledge of the nature and provisions of constitutions, law making procedures and how policies are developed, programmes implemented and what influences and constraints are involved in the process.
  5. They will understand different aspects of international relations, foreign policy of the nations, formulation and implementation of international law and formation and working of international organizations.
  6. The students will acquire adequate knowledge on judiciary and judicial process under different political setup.
  7. They will get adequate information and acquire knowledge of the most debated issues like human rights, role of civil society, gender study, peace and conflict study, globalization, terrorism, environmental issues etc.
  8. They will be acquainted with different aspects of public administration and local self government, role of panchayatiraj and its organizations.
  9. They will acquire the knowledge of democratic and parliamentary forms of government and the role of opposition party in democracy.

 

B.A. in Education (Major)

  1. The students will acquire the knowledge of growth and development of education in India from pre colonial days to the present time and will have a fair idea of rich educational heritage of India.
  2. They will also learn about social and philosophical foundation of education, the aim of education in modifying the individuals in changing social environment.
  3. Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of child psychology and pedagogy of teaching children at the elementary level of education.
  4. The students will be able to understand the basic tenets of the Indian and Western philosophies and their influence on Indian education system.
  5. The students will be able to know the role education in social change and development.
  6. The students will understand the importance and ways of keeping mental health and hygiene.
  7. They will be able to inculcate different human values in them like compassion, perseverance, patience etc. and become an individual of mature and balanced personality.
  8. The students will be able to inculcate leadership qualities in them to guide the coming generation.
  9. They will learn the basic principles of statistics and the application of statistical methods in the study of education.
  • The students will learn the role of measurement and evaluation in education and the methods of administering different kinds of tests and examination.
  • They will have the knowledge of educational technology and the roles of ICT tools in teaching and learning.

 

B.Com. in Accounting and Finance (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire the skills of maintaining accounts in different types of business and non-business organizations.
  2. They will be familiar with the changing dimensions and accounting standards in the field of accounting and finance at national and international level.
  3. They will learn about the components and procedure of financial management, cost accounting and management accounting.
  4. They will be able to formulate investment strategies for self and for organizations as well.
  5. They will acquire the knowledge of Indian Income tax provisions including return filing and appeal.
  6. They will have the knowledge of banking system in India and preparation of their accounting records.
  7. They will acquire skills of effective business communications.
  8. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, CA, CMA, MBA etc

 

B.Com. in Human Resource Management (Specialty)

  1. The students will acquire knowledge and skills about different components of successful marketing of products.
  2. They will be aware of the basic and advanced principles of effective human resource management in an organization.
  3. They will develop good business communication skills.
  4. They will learn about the different provisions and judicial rulings in the area of labour laws in Indian context.
  5. They will have the capability of motivating the human resources in an organization to increase productivity.
  6. They will acquire the entrepreneurship skills and can be self employed as an entrepreneur.
  7. They will be eligible for pursuing higher studies like M. Com, MBA etc.

 

Course Outcomes

 

Assamese

Course Semester Paper Title of the paper Course outcome
B.A. in Assamese  (Honours) First semester Paper- C1 History of Assamese Literature (From Beginning to Shankarrottar Era) This paper helps the students to know the different division of Assamese Literature and they learn about specially from beginning to Shankarrottar Era. They acquire knowledge of Assamese Oral Literature also.
Paper- C2 History of Assamese Literature (From Aronodai Era to Joddhottar Era) To enable the students-1) to understand the different division of modern Assamese Literature Specially from Aronodai to Joddhottar Era.
AECC-2 Communicative Assamese Through this paper increase of  communication skill (i.e. Written communication and verbal communication) of students

GE-1(A)

 

 

GE-1(B)

Performing Arts

 

Culture of Assam and Culture Tourism

In this paper some of description of performing Arts, as Ex-Ojapali, Husari, Zumur, Putalanas, Deodhani etc.

 

In this paper the Culture of Assam and Culture Tourism has given description.

2nd Semester Paper-C3 Introduction of Linguistics Students attain the primary knowledge of language and linguistics and their various classification. The students also know the history of language study.
Paper-C4 Poetics Students learn about definition, nature, and concept of literature and various literary form of Indian poetics. They able to learn how to criticise a literary form through this paper. And also know the old Indian Literary Theory for criticism, such as-Alangkara, shabdashakti, Rasa, Rhetoric, Rhyme etc.
GE-2 Teaching of Assamese Literature This paper help the students to know importance and purpose of literary learning, Lesson plan, Poetry and prose learning, find the aesthetic value of literature.

Third semester

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper-C5

Literary Criticism

 

 

 

 

Students Learn about definition and classification of literary criticism. Students also learn different forms of literature such as- Poetry, Drama, Novel, Short Story, One act play etc.

 

 

 

Paper-C6 Selection from Assamese poetry Students able to learn about- 1) History of Assamese poetry. 2) Different characteristics of Assamese poetry and its variety. Student also learn one unit of modern poetry in this paper Selected Poets, such as-Chandra Kumar Agarwala, Nabakanta Borua, Nilamoni Phukan, Karabi Deka Hazarika
Paper-C7 Studies on the Culture of Assam To enable the students learn about the definition, nature and concept of culture. Students also learn about Folk-Culture, Folk-belief, Traditional dress, Traditional Ornaments of different communities of Assam.
GE-3 Teaching of Assamese Language To enable the students 1)Importance and purpose of Language Learning 2) Assamese Language content 3) Grammar Education Requirements and learning Methods 4) Assamese language pronunciation and letter combination 5) Teaching method of Assamese language as second language.
Fourth semester Paper-C8 Theory and Practice of Comparative Literature  Origin and evolution of Comparative Literature along with its significance in Indian comparative literature.
Paper-C9 Indo-Aryan Languages and Assamese To enable the students 1) to explain the Origin and development of Indo-Aryan Languages and Assamese. 2) to introduce the basic concept and characteristics of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit through selected texts.
Paper- C10 Selection from Assamese Prose In this paper the Origin of Assamese Prose and development from ancient assamese to  present Assamese Prose.
GE-4 Sociology of Literature Inclouding in this paper Literature and Socity, study of Sociology of literature, practical study of sociology of selected literature. Such as- Jibanar Batat, Avijatree, Magareebar Aajan, Chiraj
Fifth semester Paper- C11 Assamese Drama To enable the students-1) Growth and development of Assamese Drama and theatre (stage) 2) study the selected Assamese drama to gain knowledge of different types of drama in Assamese.
Paper- C12 Studies on Assamese Linguistics Students learn about the basic concept of speech organ. Students also develop their knowledge of Phonology, Morphology, Syntax and word formation of Assamese Language through this paper.
Paper- DSE-1 Assamese Grammar, Lexicon and Idiomatic Usages To enable the students-1. Pronunciation and spelling of Assamese Language 2. Basic concept of Assamese Grammar such as Derivatives, Affix and Suffixes, Number, Gender etc. 3. Basic concept of Assamese Dictionary. 4. Technical term and administrative technical term. 5. Idiom and Phrases of Assamese language.
Paper-DSE-2 Introduction to Indian Literature To introduce the concept and relevant of Comparative Literature, its introduction and definition. Students learn about the idea of Indian Comparative Literature.
Sixth Semester Paper- C13 Selection from Assamese Prose Students Learn about selection from Assamese prose, such as- Short Story, Novel, Biography and Auto-Biography, etc.
Paper- C14 Language and Script of Assam To enable the students-1) Basic concept of Languages of Assam i.e., Indo-Aryan and Non-Indo-Aryan languages. 2. Characteristics of Assamese Language and its Dialects.3. Chino-Tibetan languages of Assam.4. Exchange of element in Assamese language and Non-Indo-Aryan languages of Assam.
Paper- DSE-3 Introduction to World Literature This paper helps the students to understand the basic concept of world literature through some selected texts .

Paper- DSE-4(A)

 

 

 

DSE-4(B)

DSE-4(A) Special Author

 

 

 

 

DSE-4(B)

Project

Through this paper students learn one of the selected author as 1. Bhupen Hazarika, 2. Bhabendranath saikia, 3. Birendra Kumar Vattacharya, 4. Mamoni Raysom Goswami, 5. Nirupama Borgohain

 

Students learn about how can do their Research Work.

B.A in Assamese

(Non-Honours)

 

1st Semester Paper-DSC-1(A) Language and script of Assam To enable the students 1.To explain the growth and development of Assamese Language and script 2. Characteristics of Assamese Language.3. Basic concept and characteristics of Dialects of Assamese language.
2nd Semester Paper- DSC-1(B) Assamese Prose Students understand growth and development of Assamese prose. Study the selected prose of Assamese prose literature they aware of the different form (genre) of Assamese prose.
3rd Sem

Paper-

DSC-1(C)

Assamese Poetry and Drama Students able to learn about history of Assamese poetry and drama. Student also learn Assamese selected poem and drama.
3rd Sem MIL-1 History of Assamese Literature This paper helps the students to know the different division of Assamese Literature and they learn about specially from beginning to pre-sankari era to modern literature.
4th Sem Paper-DSC-1(D) Language and Culture of Assam To enable the students-1) Basic concept of Languages of Assam i.e., Indo-Aryan and Non-Indo-Aryan languages. 2. Chino-Tibetan languages of Assam 3. Assamese Culture 4. Folk Custom and Folk Belief of selected tribe of Assam 5. Festivals of selected tribe
4th Sem MIL-2 Selection from Assamese Literature Students learn about selection from of Assamese Literature, such as-Poem, Drama, Prose, Short Story and Novel.
5th Sem Paper-DSE-1 Assamese Grammar, Lexion and Idiomatic Usages To enable the students-1. Pronunciation and spelling of Assamese Language 2. Basic concept of Assamese Grammar such as Derivatives, Affix and Suffixes, Number, Gender etc. 3. Basic concept of Assamese Dictionary. 4. Technical term and administrative technical term. 5. Idiom and Phrases of Assamese language.
6th Sem Paper-DSE-3 Introduction to World Literature This paper helps the students to understand the basic concept of world literature through some selected texts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

 

Course

 

Semester

 

Paper

Course outcome

 

B.A in English

(Major Papers)

Semester I

(10100, 10200)

 

Indian Classical Literature

European Classical Literature

The paper will enable the students – a) to learn about the rich cultural heritage of ancient Indian literature, especially Sanskrit Literature.

b) to acquaint learners with the great heritage of European classical literature, starting from Homer’s epic The Iliad to the satires

of Horace. The importance of this course rests on the fact that English literature is heavily indebted to the classical works of Greece and Rome.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester II

(20100,

20200)

 

 

Indian writings in English

British poetry and Drama

 

The paper will help – a)  to introduce learners to Indian Writing in English from the colonial to the postcolonial period.

Issues such as identity politics, gendered differences, home, dislocation, language among others shall be underscored with the intention to understand the diversity of Indian culture and tradition

across spatiality. b)to acquaint the learners with British

poetry and drama from Chaucer to Shakespeare.

 

 

 

 

 

Semester III

(30100,

30200,

30300)

 

 

American Literature

Popular Literature

British poetry and Drama: 17th and 18th centuries

 

The paper will – a)introduce the learners to American

literature, a field that could be considered as comparatively recent in formulation, when compared to the literature of Britain and Continental Europe b) is to acquaint learners with popular literature, such as crime thriller, graphic fiction, children’s literature and so forth, generally regarded by purists to be ‘low-brow’ and meant for easy mass consumption. C) From the romantic excesses of the Elizabethan literature to a literature marked by restraint and order, the learners would be in a position to experience a whole gamut of feelings that define a period and

contradistinguishing it from another.

 

 

Semester IV

(40100)

 

 

British Literature: 18th century

 

The paper will enable the students – a) to acquaint themselves with gender issues. Congreve’s play bears enough testimony to this fact. Since, this period is also referred to as the Age of Enlightenment; ‘reason’ became the locus from which human’s actions and cognition issued forth.

 

 

Semester I V

(40200)

 

British Romantic Literature

The paper will let the students – a) to connect with people across class lines. Product of the revolutionary zeal precipitated by two great revolutions – the French Revolution and the American War of Independence – the highly imaginative, rhetorical, emotive, visionary,

metaphysical, epical, sensuous aspects of the works, especially poetry, gave tremendous heft to this literature celebrating Nature in all its beauty, majesty and terror.

Semester IV

(40300)

 

.British Literature:19th century

The paper provides a fascinating opportunity

to immerse oneself into the fraught historical context determined by contradictory, oppositional

drives and processes.

   

Semester V

(50100)

 

Women’s Writing

 

 

 

This  paper will introduce learners to women’s writing, and in doing so attempting to underline the

manner in which power operates to silence women from articulating their views. Apart from that,

the course would also try to situate women’s writing in a space that transcends or upends the

male writing tradition through various (subversive) ways.

Semester V

(50200)

 

British Literature: the early 20th century

The paper will introduce the students to  Twentieth-century British literature which  was characterised by

experimentations on the level of both form and content.

Semester VI

(ENGM- 601)

 

Criticism II

The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with major critical texts from the Romantic period to the twentieth century in order to contextualize critical terms and frames of reference that would be useful for the understanding and analysis of literary texts.

 

Semester VI

(ENGM -602)

 

Literature of the USA

The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with the history of American literature and study seminal American texts in order to help them understand the complexities of American culture as well as the relevance of the American ideals to the Indian situation.

 

Semester VI

(ENGM -603)

 

Literature in the Postcolonial World The paper will enable the students – a) to get acquainted with seminal postcolonial novels in order to help them understand the complex negotiations between the colonizer and the colonized and the transformations in societies and cultures in India, African region.
(General Papers)

Semester VI

(ENGM – 604)

 

Introduction to Linguistics and Phonetics

The paper will enable the students – a)to get introduced to some basic

concepts associated with language. b) to get familiarized with the

sound system of English and English syntax to stimulate effective communication in English.

Semester I

(ENGG- 101)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-I

 

The paper enables the students to learn some of the basic skills in written communication like different modes of writing and comprehension

 

Semester I

(ALTE101)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-I

 

This paper intends to familiarize the students with poetry as a genre, explore poems by American, British and Indian writers and also appreciate the cultural and social backgrounds against which these master pieces were produced.

 

 

Semester II

(ENGG-201)

(For Both Major and Non-Major Students)

 

General English-II

 

This paper helps the students to appreciate and analyze different kinds of creative writing and selected works.

 

Semester II

( ALTE201)

(For Major Students only)

Alternative English-II

 

This paper enables the students to appreciate different kinds of creative writing and explore the ideas of famous non-fictional prose by writers and thinkers.

 

Semester III

(ENGG-301)

(For Non-Major Students only)

 

General English-III

 

This paper enables the students to acquaint themselves with a Russian drama and major English poems from the Romantic to the Modern Period by English, American and Indian poets.

 

Semester III

(CMSK-301)

(For Major Students only)

 

Communication Skills-I

 

This paper prepares students for competitive examinations and enables them to develop skills and abilities that may be necessary for their future academic and professional needs and interests.

 

 

Semester IV

( ALTE-401)

(For Non-Major Students only)

Alternative English-III

 

This paper familiarizes the students to literary genres such as fiction and short stories so as to develop the skills necessary for appreciation and interpretation of literature.

 

B. Com

Semester III

(ALTC-301)

(B. Com Programme)

 

Alternative English-I

 

The paper familiarizes the students with a) basics of English Communication, b) different prose pieces of famous writers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome

B.A. in Economics (Honours Programme)

ECNHC

Semester I

Course

Code: ECNHC

101

Course Title: Introductory Microeconomics

To enable the students-1) to understand the basic concepts of Microeconomics. 2) to enhance the economic reasoning of the learners to analyse the behavioural patterns of different economic agents. 3) to expose the students to the basic principles of microeconomic theory. 4) to illustrate how microeconomic concepts can be applied to analyze real-life situations.

 

Course Code: ECNHC

102

Course Title: Mathematical Methods for Economics–I

The objective of this course is  1 ) to transmit the body of basic mathematics that enables the study of economic theory at the undergraduate level, specifically the courses on microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, statistics and econometrics set out in this syllabus. 2) In this course, particular economic models are not the ends, but the means for illustrating the method of applying mathematical techniques to economic theory in general.

 

Semester II

 

Course Code: ECNHC

201

Course Title: Introductory Macroeconomics To enable the students-1) to introduce the students to the basic concepts of Macroeconomics. 2) to discuss the theories of the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variables like savings, investment, GDP, money, inflation and the balance of payments.
Semester II

 

Course Code: ECNHC

202

Course Title: Mathematical Methods for Economics – II

To enable the students-1) is to transmit the body of basic mathematics that enables the study of economic theory at the undergraduate level, specifically the courses on microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, statistics and econometrics set out in this Syllabus.  2) to applying mathematical techniques to economic theory in general.

 

Semester

III

 

Course Code: ECNHC

301

 

 

Course Title: Essentials of Microeconomics

1)  to understand the basic concepts of Microeconomics.  2) to provide a sound training in microeconomic theory to formally analyze the behaviour of individual agents.  3) to make the students realize that good knowledge of microeconomics is very much important for understanding the behaviour of the consumer and the producer and also the competitive firms.

Course Code: ECNHC

302

Course Title: Essentials of Macroeconomics

1)        to introduces the students  to formal modeling of a macro-economy in terms of analytical tools. 2) to discusses various alternative theories of output and employment determination in a closed economy in the short run as well as medium run, and the role of policy in this context. It also introduces the students to various theoretical issues related to an open economy.

 

Course Code:

ECNHC

303

Course Title: Statistical Methods for Economics

1) to impart knowledge  on some basic concepts and terminology that are fundamental to statistical analysis and inference. 2) to develop  the notion of probability, followed by probability distributions of discrete and continuous random variables and of joint distributions. 3) to discuss on sampling techniques used to collect survey data.

 

Semester

IV

Course Code: ECNHC

401

Course Title: Advanced Microeconomics 1) this paper gives emphasis   on  conceptual clarity about advanced microeconomic concepts to the student coupled with the use of mathematical tools and reasoning. 2) It covers general equilibrium and welfare, imperfect markets and topics under information economics.

Course Code: ECNHC

402

Course Title: Advanced Macroeconomics In this course, the students are introduced to the long run dynamic issues like growth and technical progress. It also provides the micro-foundations to the various aggregative concepts used in the previous course.

Course Code: ECNHC

403

Course Title: Introductory Econometrics

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to basic econometric concepts and techniques. It covers statistical concepts of hypothesis testing, estimation and diagnostic checking of simple and multiple regression.

 

Semester V

Course Code: ECNHC

501

Course Title: Indian Economy- I . This course reviews major trends in economic indicators in India in the post-Independence period, with particular emphasis on paradigm shifts and turning points.
 

Course Code: ECNH

C502

Course Title: Development Economics – I

To acquaint the learners with the measurement of development with the help of theories along with the conceptual issues of poverty and inequalities in Indian perspective.

2) to understand the aggregate models of growth and cross-national comparisons of the growth experience that can help evaluate these models. The axiomatic basis for inequality measurement is used to develop measures of inequality and connections between growth and inequality are explored. The course ends by linking political institutions to growth and inequality by discussing the role of the state in economic development and the informational and incentive problems that affect state governance.

Course Code: ECNHDSE505 Course Title: : Money and Financial Markets

This course exposes students to the theory and functioning of the monetary and financial sectors of the economy. It highlights the organization, structure and role of financial markets and institutions. It also discusses interest rates, monetary management and instruments of monetary control. Financial and banking sector reforms and monetary policy with special reference to India are also covered.

 

Course Code: ECNHDSE506 Course Title: Public Economics

The paper acquaints the learners with the nature of government intervention and its implications for allocation, distribution and stabilization. Inherently, this study involves a formal analysis of government taxation and expenditures. The subject encompasses a host of topics including public goods, market failures and externalities. The paper is divided into two sections, one dealing with the theory of public economics and the other with the Indian public finances.

 

Sixth Semester

Course Code: ECNHC

601

Course Title: Indian Economy- II 1) to acquaint the learners with the development issues of Indian Economy.2) to enable the students to understand the development problems of North East India.

Course Code: ECNHC

602

Course Title: Development Economics-II to acquaint the learners with basic demographic concepts and their evolution during the process of development. The structure of markets and contracts is linked to the particular problems of enforcement experienced in poor countries. The governance of communities and organizations is studied and this is then linked to questions of sustainable growth.
Course Code: : ECNHDSE602 Course Title: Environmental Economics

This course aims to focus on economic causes of environmental problems; in particular, how economic principles are applied to environmental questions and their management through various economic institutions, economic incentives and other instruments and policies. It also aims to address Economic implications of environmental policy as well as valuation of environmental quality, quantification of environmental damages, tools for evaluation of environmental projects such as cost-benefit analysis and environmental impact assessments.

 

Course Code: ECNHDSE603 Course Title: International Economics

This course aims to develop a systematic exposition of models that try to explain the composition, direction, and consequences of international trade, and the determinants and effects of trade policy. It builds on the models of open economy macroeconomics, focusing on national policies as well as international monetary systems. It concludes with an analytical account of the causes and consequences of the rapid expansion of international financial flows in recent years.

 

 

 

Course- B.A Generic Programme in Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome
B.A Generic Programme in Economics Semester I Course Code: ECNGE1 Course Title: Introductory Microeconomics This course aims to expose the students to the basic principles of microeconomic theory. This course also designed to develop understanding about the use of microeconomic concepts in real life situations.
Semester II Course Code: ECNGE2 Course Title: Introductory Macroeconomics This course aims to introduce the students to   the basic concepts of Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with the aggregate economy. This course discusses the preliminary concepts associated with the determination and measurement of aggregate macroeconomic variable like savings, investment, GDP, money, inflation, and the balance of payments.
Semester III

Course Code: ECNGE

3.1

Course Title: Indian Economy – I This course reviews major trends in economic indicators in India in the post-Independence period, with particular emphasis on paradigm shifts and turning points.
Semester IV

Course Code: ECNGE

4.3

Course Title: Public Finance This course is a non-technical overview of government finances with special reference to India. The course does not require any prior knowledge of economics. . It will look into the efficiency and equity aspects of   taxation of the centre, states and the local governments and the issues of   fiscal federalism and decentralisation of India.

 

Course- B.A Non Honours Programme in Economics

Course Semester

Course

Code

Title of the Course Course outcome
B.A. in Economics (Non Honours Programme) Semester I

Course Code :

ECNGC101

 

Course Title: Principles of Microeconomics – I

 

This course intends to expose the students to the basic principles in Microeconomic theory and their applications.
Semester II

Course Code :

ECNGC

201

 

Course Title: Principles of Microeconomics – II

 

This course intends to expose the students to the basic principles in Microeconomic theory and their applications.
Semester III

Course Code : ECNGC

301

 

Course Title: Principles of Macroeconomics-I

 

This course introduces students to the basic concepts in Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics deals with the aggregate economy. In this course the students are introduced to the definition, measurement of the macroeconomic variables like GDP, consumption, savings, investment and balance of payments. The course also discusses various theories of determining GDP in the short run.
Semester IV

Course Code : ECNGC

401

 

Course Title: Principles of Macroeconomics-II

 

This course analyses various theories of determination of National Income in greater detail. It also introduces students to concept of inflation, its relationship with unemployment and some basic concepts in an open economy.
Semester V

Course Code : ECNGDSE501

 

Course Title: Economic Development and Policy in India–I

 

This course reviews major trends in aggregate economic indicators in India and places these against the backdrop of major policy debates in India in the post- Independence period.
Semester VI

Course Code: Public Finance

601

Course Title: Public Finance

 

This course overviews the government finances with special reference to India. The course does not require any prior knowledge of economics. It will look into the efficiency and equity aspects of taxation of the centre, states and the local governments and the issues of fiscal federalism and decentralisation in India.

 

 

Political Science

Course Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome
Political Science (Honours)

BA- Sem I

C 1

 

Understanding Political Theory. This course introduces the students to the idea of political theory, its history and approaches and the c contemporary trends. Further it also tends to reconcile political theory and practice related to State, citizenship and democracy.

BA – Sem I

C 2

Constitutional Government and Democracy in India. This paper acquaints the students of political science with constitutional design of States’ structure and institutions and their actual working. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as changing pattern of Centre- state relations, role of Judiciary, Panchayati Raj etc.

BA – Sem II

C 3

Political Theory: Concepts and Debates.

This course familiarizes students with the basic normative concepts of political theory. Further this course introduces the students to the important debates in the subject in the light of new insights and challenges.

 

BA – Sem II

C 4

Political Process in India. This paper acquaints the students of political science with the process and dynamics of Indian politics. It also aims at introducing the students to some of the vital contemporary emerging issues such as role of political parties, Election process and voting behavior, demand for autonomy movement, separatist movement.

BA – Sem III

C 5

Introduction to Comparative Government and Politcs. The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. This course introduces the students with the diverse political systems both of the developed and developing countries like the USA, Britain, China, Brazil and Nigeria.

BA – Sem III

C 6

Perspectives on Public Administration. This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic concepts, principle and dynamics of public administration. It also introduces the students to some of the vital contemporary concerns such as new public management, good governance, people’s participation etc.

BA – Sem III

C 7

Perspectives on International Relations and World History This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations. This courses helps them to have a proper understanding of emergence of the International System, History of International Relations, two world Wars, cold war and the post cold war developments etc.

BA – Sem IV

C 8

Political Processes and Institutions in Comparative Perspective. This course aims to familiarize the students with the comparative method to the study of politics. It also introduces the students to some of the range of issues, literature and methods that cover comparative politics.

BA – Sem IV

C 9

Public Policy and Administration in India.

This course seeks to provide an introduction to the interface between public policy and administration in India. It also deals with the issues like decentralization, financial management, citizen and administration and social welfare from Indian perspective.

 

BA – Sem IV

C 10

Global Politics. This course acquaints the students with the meaning and issues of globalization. It also offers insights into key contemporary global issues such as the nuclear weapons, ecological issues, global terrorism, human security, global government etc.

BA – Sem V

C 11

Classical Political Philosophy This course goes back to Greek antiquity and familiarizes students with the manner in which the political questions were first posed. Machiavelli comes as an interlude inaugurating modern politics followed by Hobbes and Locke. This is a basic foundation course for students.

BA – Sem V

C 12

Indian Political Thought – I This course introduces the specific elements of Indian Political Thought. The basic focus of study is on individual thinkers whose ideas are however framed by specific themes. It is meant to provide a sense of the broad streams of Indian thought while encouraging a specific knowledge of individual thinkers and texts.

BA – Sem V

DSE 1A

Contemporary Politics in Assam The primary aim of this paper is acquaint with the students with the politics of contemporary Assam and its neighbouring states. Moreover, being located in the Northeast resign it is invariably the concern of the students to have proper understanding of the region.

BA – Sem V

DSE 2A

Human Rights in a Comparative Perspective This course attempts to build an understanding of human rights among students through a study of specific issues in a comparative perspective.

BA – Sem VI

C 13

Modern Political Philosophy This course seeks to provide an introduction to the manner in which the questions of politics have been posed in terms that have implications for larger questions of thought and existence.

BA – Sem VI

C 14

Indian Political Thought n – II The course introduces a wide span of thinkers and themes that defines the modernity of Indian Political Thought. The objective is to study general themes that have been produced by thinkers from varied social and temporal contexts.

BA – Sem VI

DSE 3A

Public Policy in India This course provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and methods that can be employed in the analysis of public policy. The course will be useful for students who seek an integrative link to their understanding of political science, economic theory and the practical world of development and social change.

BA – Sem VI

DSE 4A

India’s Foreign Policy in a Globalizing world This course aims to teach students the genesis, evolution and practice of India’s Foreign Policy. It also introduces Indian’s evolving relations with the superpowers during the cold war and after, bargaining strategy and positioning in international climate change negotiations, international economic governance, international terrorism and the India’s role as a global player since independence.

BA – Sem I

GE 1A

Nationalism in India The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the struggle of Indian people against colonialism and imperialism. The course begins with the nineteenth century Indian responses to colonial dominance and continues through various phases up to the events leading to the partition and independence.

BA – Sem II

GE 2A

Feminism: Theory and Practice This course aims to explain contemporary debates on feminism and the history of feminist struggles. This paper also covers the history of feminism in the west, socialist societies and in anti-colonial struggles.

BA – Sem III

GE 3B

Governance: Issues and Challenges This paper deals with concepts and different dimensions of governance highlighting the major debates in the contemporary time.

BA – Sem IV

GE 4B

United Nations and Global Conflict This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the most important multilateral political organization in international relations. It provides a detailed account of the organizational structure and the political processes of the UN and how it has evolved since 1945,especially in terms of dealing with the major global conflicts.

 

 

  1. ii) Political Science (Non-Honours)
Course Semester/ Paper & Code Title of the Paper Course Outcome
 Political Science (Non-Honours)

BA – Sem I

DSC  1A

Introduction to Political Theory This course introduces the students to the idea of political theory, its history and approaches and the c contemporary trends. Further it also tends to reconcile political theory and practice related to State, citizenship and democracy.

BA – Sem II

DSC  1B

Indian Government and Politics This paper acquaints the students of political science with the basic characteristics of Indian constitution. It also covers various challenges and working of the government.

BA – Sem III

DSC  1C

Comparative Government and Politics The main purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and approaches to the study of comparative politics. This course introduces the students with the diverse political systems like the USA, Uk, China and Canada.

BA – Sem IV

DSC 1D

Introduction to International Relations This course acquaints the students with important theories and issues of International Relations. This courses helps them to have a proper understanding of the cold war, foreign policy etc.

BA – Sem V

DSE 1A

Administration and Public Policy: Concepts and Theories This course provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and methods that can be employed in the analysis of public policy.

BA – Sem VI

DSE  1B

Understanding Globalization This course introduces the students to the meaning and forms of globalization. This course helps the students to understand certain problems and measures of solution of globalization.

BA – Sem V

GE 1

Reading Gandhi This course seeks to provide an introduction to the textual and contextual reading of Gandhian thought, his contributions and legacy.

BA – Sem VI

GE 2

Human Rights Gender and Environment This course attempts to build an understanding of human rights among students through a study of specific issues such as Un declaration, Human Rights in Indian context, gender, environment etc.

 

Education

Course Semester Paper Title of the paper Course outcome

B.A. IN EDUCATION

(HONOURS)

First semester

EDNH101

 

Philosophical Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To describe the modern concept, aims, functions and role of education. 2. To describe the role of Philosophy in Education. 3. To explain the basic tenants of the given Indian and Western Philosophies and their influence in Education. 4.To appraise the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education.

EDNH102

 

Sociological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To explain the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2. To illustrate Social Aspects, Social Processes and role of Education. 3. To explain the role of Education in Social Change and Development. 4. To describe various Social Groups and their Education 5. To explain different Political Ideologies and their bearings on Education.

Second semester EDNH201 Psychological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education. 2. Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 4. Discuss the various concepts and theories of learning, intelligence, personality and mental health.

EDNH202  Educational Administration and Management To enable the students- 1. To define the concept of Educational Management. 2. To describe the types of management and modern trends of educational management. 3.To define and explain the concept of educational leadership.
Third semester EDNH301 Great Educators and Educational Thoughts

To enable the students-

1. To describe the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education 2. To explain the relevance of the educational thought of the given philosophers.

EDNH302 Measurement And Evaluation in Education After studying this paper students will be able- 1) To develop understanding of the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation in education. 2) to acquaint with the tools of measurement and evaluation in education. 3) to familiar with statistics used in measurement and evaluation in education.
EDNH303 Experimental Psychology and Laboratory Practical After studying this paper students will be able- 1. To explain the concept, scope and need of Experimental psychology. 2. To conduct and report of psychological experiments on memory, attention, learning, personality and intelligence related practical.
Fourth semester EDNH401 Education In Pre-Independent India After studying this paper students will be able- 1. To explain the concept of education in the context of Indian heritage. 2. To describe the education in ancient India. 3.To critically examine the education system in Medieval India. 4.To evaluate the education system during British period.
EDNH402 Techniques of Teaching

To enable the students-

1. to explain the meaning, nature and principles of teaching and learning. 2. describe the role of teacher at different phases of teaching. 3. explain the importance of planning lessons in teaching-learning process. 4. describe the concept of teaching skills and the stages of microteaching cycle. 5. describe different methods and approaches of teaching.

EDNH 4020 Teaching Practice

To enable the students-

1.To demonstrate a few teaching skills in classroom. 2.To integrate the teaching skills in real classroom situations. 3. To prepare lesson plans for Microteaching and Practice teaching.

EDNH403 Educational Technology

To enable the students-

1.To describe the concept, nature and components of Educational Technology 2. To apply ICT in teaching learning 3. To describe the concept, components and characteristics of communication.  4. To demonstrate the skills of effective communication.

Fifth semester EDNH501 Education In Post-Independent India

To enable the students-

1 To describe the educational scenario at the time of Independence. 2. To explain the roles of various Commissions and Committees in the development of education in post independent India. 3. To describe the recent educational developments in India

EDNH502 Education In World Perspective

The students will be able to:

1.explain the meaning, nature, scope and factors of national system of education. 2. describe the methods of studying national system of education. 3. explain the organization, administration, objectives and examination systems of different countries. 5. describe the vocational, teacher education, ODL system and women education in different countries.

DSEED 501 Guidance And Counselling

The students will be able to:

1. describe the meaning, nature, purpose and scope of guidance and counselling. 2. describe the characteristics and functions of guidance and counselling. 3. state the basic principles of guidance and counselling. 4. use various tools and techniques of guidance in appropriate context.

DSEED 504 Mental Health Issues

The students will be able to:

1.explain the need and importance of understanding the concepts of mental health and hygiene in the emerging society. 2. empathize with people having psychological and maladjustment problems. 3. describe the role of different agencies of society and their impacts on the development of an individual’s personality.

Sixth semester EDNH601 Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will be able to 1. explain the need of constitutional provisions for education. 2. identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3. define the new perspectives of education such as Environmental education, Inclusive education, Gender education, adult education, Human right education, Value education, population education etc.
EDNH602 Child & Adolescent Psychology

The students will be able to:

1. explain the significance of study of childhood and adolescence. 2. describe the developmental changes of childhood and adolescence. 3. summarize the effect of family dynamics on child and adolescent development.

DSEED 603 Gender and Education

The students will be able:

1.To explain the meaning and nature of gender and its related terms.

2.To describe the gender biases and gender inequality in family, school and society.

3. To describe the gender issues related to school education.

4.To analyse the laws and policies related to gender equality.

DSEED 604 Project Report

The students will be able:

1.  To explain the process of conducting a Project.

2. To identify the problems for Educational Project.

3. To solve problems faced in educational field through project.

4. To prepare a project report.

 

 

B.A. EDUCATION

(NON-HONOURS)

First semester EDCN101 Philosophical Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. To describe the modern concept, aims, functions and role of education. 2. To describe the role of Philosophy in Education. 3. To explain the basic tenants of the given Indian and Western Philosophies and their influence in Education. 4.To appraise the contribution of the given philosophers in the domain of education.

Second semester

EDCN201

 

Psychological Foundations of Education

To enable the students-

1. Explain the concept, nature, scope and uses of psychology in Education. 2. Explain the influence of growth and development in education. 4. Discuss the various concepts and theories of learning, intelligence, personality and mental health.

Third semester

EDCN301

 

Sociological Foundations of Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To enable the students-

1. To explain the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology. 2. To illustrate Social Aspects, Social Processes and role of Education. 3. To explain the role of Education in Social Change and Development. 4. To describe various Social Groups and their Education 5. To explain different Political Ideologies and their bearings on Education.

Fourth semester

EDCN401

 

Emerging Trends in Indian Education The students will be able to 1. explain the need of constitutional provisions for education. 2. identify the challenges of Indian education at different levels and suggest measures to overcome these. 3. define the new perspectives of education such as Environmental education, Inclusive education, Gender education, adult education, Human right education, Value education, population education etc.

 

Commerce

 

Course

 

Semester Paper

Course outcome

 

B.Com

Semester I

Code- C-101

 

Financial Accounting

The objective of his paper is to help students to acquire conceptual knowledge of the financial accounting and to import skills for recording various kind of business transaction.

 

Do Code-102 Business Law The objective of the course is to impart basic knowledge of the important business legislation along with relevant case law.
Generic Elective ( Code G_101) Micro Economics The objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the concepts of micro economics dealing with consumer behavior. The course also makes the student understand the supply side of the market through the production and cost behavior of firms.
Ability Enhancement Code-AECC 1 English Communication The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theory, fundamentals and tools of communication and to develop in them virtual communication skills which should be integrat to personal, social and professional interaction.
B.Com

Semester-II

Code- C-203

Corporate Accounting To help the students to acquire the conceptual knowledge of the corporate accounting and to learn the techniques of preparing the financial statements.
Code-C-204 Corporate Law The objective of the course is to import basic knowledge of the provisions of the Companies Act 2013 and the depositories Act, 1996. Case studies involving issues in corporate laws atre required to be discussed.
 

Generic Elective

Code- G-202

Macro Economics The course aims at providing the student with knowledge of basic concepts of the macro economics. The modern tools of macro economics analysis are discussed and the policy from work is elaborate, including the open economy.
 

Ability Enhancement

Code-AE-202

Environmental Science To import knowledge about the ecosystem and about the renewable and non-renewable energy sources. To import knowledge on air, water and soil pollution and acknowledge about Environmental Protection Act.
 

Semester-III

Code- C-305

 

Human Resource Management The objective of the course is to acquaint students with the techniques and principles to manage human resource of an organization.
  Code-C-306 Income Tax Law and Practice To provide basic knowledge and equip students with application of principles and provisions of Income Tax Act 1961and the relevant rules.
  Code- C-307 Management Principles and Application The objective of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of basic management, concepts, principles and practices.
 

Skill Enhancement

Code-SE-302

E-Commerce To enable the student to become familiar with the mechanism for conducting business transactions through electronic means.
 

Generic Elective

Code-G-303

Business Statistics The objective of this course is to familarise students with the basic statistical tools used for managerial decision making.
 

Semester IV

Code- C-408

Cost Accounting Main objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with the application of cost accounting and methods.
Code- C-409 Business Mathematics Outcome of this paper is to understand and appreciate basic concepts of a matrix and demonstrate various operations concerning matrices.
  SE- 403 Entrepreneurship The purpose of this paper is to prepare a group whjere the students view entrepreneurships as a desirable and feasible career option. In particular the paper Seeks to build the necessary competencies and motivation for a career in entrepreneurship.
  Code- G-404 Indian Economics
  Code- C-410 Computer Application in Business The basic objective of this paper is to familiarize the students with the concepts of computer application and how these are in practice in business. Further the paper enables the students to understand theoretically the application of IT in business.
 

Semester V

Code- DSE-501

 

Group I

Accounting and Finance

Management Accounting This course provides the students an understanding of the application of accounting techniques for management

Group-II

Human Resource

Industrial Relation The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the different aspects of Industrial Relations and Government Labour Policies.
 

Code- DSE-502

 

Group I

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance The basic aim of this paper is to acquaint the students with advanced topics in accounting

Group-II

Human Resource

Human Resource Development The objective of this course is to provide theorical knowledge about different HRD practices.
  Code-C511 Principle of Marketing The objective in this course is to help students to understand the concept of marketing and its applications.
  Code- C-512 Financial Management The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the concept of financial management.
 

Semester VI

Code- C-613

 

Auditing The course aims at importing knowledge about the principles and methods of auditing and their applications
  Code-C-614 GST Law & Practice The course is intended to introduce the students with the structure of Indirect Tax in India. The principles of indirect tax and direct taxes are also been included for conceptualization of tax structure. The students are also expected to learn the concept of GST and its history. They will also learn about the record keeping aspects under GST regime and filling of GST return periodically as per the prescribed procedure.
  Discipline Specific Elective Code- DSE-601

Group-I

Accounting & Finance

Security Analysis & Portfolio Management The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the  basics of Security analysis and portfolio management.

Group-II

Human Resource

Labour and Industrial Law The objective of this course is to impart the knowledge of labour laws and Industrial Laws to the students
   

Group-I

Accounting & Finance

Financial Statements Analysis The basic aim of this course is to acquaint students with the skill of Financial Statement Analysis

Group-II

Human Resource

Trade Unionism The objective of this curse is to orient students about the concept and the role and functions of trade unionism.