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History Profile

Name of the Department: History

Year of Establishment: 1984

Programs Offered: B.A.

Pattern of Teaching Learning and Evaluation: 

Annual Semester Credit System
T.Y.B.A. F.Y.BA. / S.Y.B.A.
   

 

About the Department

     History is an inspirable part of human life. History Department is one of the best departments in our college. History subject was taught in our college since from the foundation of the college in 1984. History was started as a special level for graduation from 1985.From the beginning History department has been motivating its students to study in innovative and different ways.

Vision of the Department 

“ History as identity of self”.

 

Mission Statement of the Department

 “Quality Education with Moral Values and National Integrity”.

  • Promote studies in history, society and culture of Maharashtra in general and Maratha history in particular
  • Empower students to cope with the challenges of globalization by instilling in them a life-long passion for learning about the past. The knowledge about the interconnections between the global, national, regional and local history will equip the students to face the challenges with confidence.

 

Goals
  • Basic understanding of History subject and improve the knowledge of History.
  • Applying various historical methods and theories in local history.
  • Pursue research in history for better understanding.
  • Applying the innovative study techniques in the study of history, to make it value based and thought provocative.
  • To increase the interest among students for local history.
Programme Outcomes – 2019 Pattern

F.Y.B.A. HISTORY

Semester-I

Early India: From Prehistory to the Age of the Mauryas

Outcome:

The history of Early India is a crucial part of Indian history. It is a base for

Understanding the entire Indian history.

The course is aimed at helping the student to understand the history of early India from the prehistoric times to the age of the Mauryas.

It also attempts to highlight the factors and forces behind the rise, growth and spread of civilization.

Culture of India along with the dynastic history. It also attempts to help the students to understand the contribution of Early Indians to polity, art, literature, philosophy, religion and science and technology.

It also aims to foster the spirit of enquiry among the students by studying the major developments in early Indian history.

Semester-II

Early India: Post Mauryan Age to the Rashtrakutas

Outcome:

The history of India after the Mauryas is very important to understand the

developments in early India after the Mauryas, which finally led to the transition to medieval India.

The course is aimed at introducing the students to the developments in different parts of India through a brief study of regional kingdoms up to the tenth century C.E. It attempts to highlight the consequences of the foreign invasions, particularly on the polity, economy, society and art and architecture.

The attempt is also to instill the spirit of enquiry among the students.

SYBA HISTORY

Core Course-I (CC- 1C)

Semester –III

History of the Marathas: (1630-1707)

Outcome:

  1. Student will develop the ability to analyse sources for Maratha History.
  2. Student will learn significance of regional history and political foundation of the region.
  3. It will enhance their perception of 17th century Maharashtra and India in context of Maratha history.
  4. Appreciate the skills of leadership and the administrative system of the Marathas.Core Course-I (CC- 2C)Semester –IV

    History of the Marathas: (1707-1818)

    Learning Outcome:

    1. Students will be able to analyze the Marathas policy of expansionism and its consequences.
    2. They will understand the role played by the Marathas in the 18th century India.
    3. They will be acquainted with the art of diplomacy in the Deccan region.
    4. It will help to enrich the knowledge of the administrative skills and profundity of diplomacy.

Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSE-1A)

Semester –III

Medieval India – Sultanate Period

Course outcome:

  1. Provides examples of sources used to study various periods in history.
  2. Relates key historical developments during medieval period occurring in one place with another.
  3. Analyses socio – political and economic changes during medieval period
  4. Estimate the foreign invasion and the achievement of rulers

Semester –IV

Medieval India: Mughal Period

Course outcome:

  1. Draws comparisons between policies of different rulers.
  2. Understanding Role of Akbar in the consolidation of Mughal rule in India.
  3. Understand Aurangzeb’s conflict with Rajputas, Maratha and weakening Mughals age.
  4. Analyses factors which led to the emergence of new religious ideas and movements (bhakti and Sufi)

Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSE-2A)

Semester –III

Glimpses of the Modern World – Part I

Learning Outcomes:

  1. It will enable students to develop the overall understanding of the Modern World.
  2. The students will get acquainted with the Renaissance, major political, socio-religious and economic developments during the Modern World.
  3. It will enhance their perception of the history of the Modern World.
  4. It will enable students to understand the significance of the intellectual, economic, political developments in the Modern World.

Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSE-2 B)

Semester –IV

Glimpses of the Modern World – Part II

Learning Outcomes:

  1. It will enable students to develop the overall understanding of the Modern World.
  2. The students will get acquainted with the major nationalist movements, the World War II and its consequences, the Cold War and its Consequences.
  3. It will enhance their overall perception of the history of the Modern World.
  4. It will enable students to understand the significance of the strategic political developments in the Modern World.

Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC 1A)

Semester III

Art and Architecture of Early India (From 3000 B.C. to 12th Century A.D.)

  1. Students will get an overall understanding of the emergence and development of the art and architecture in Early India.
  2. They will understand the emergence of the Pottery, Terracotta figures, Ornaments, Town Planning, preparation of seals and coins.
  3. They will have an understanding of the art and architecture in early India.

Semester IV

Medieval Indian Arts and Architecture (1206 To 1857)

Course Outcome:

  1. Students will get an overall understanding of the development of the Medieval Art and Architecture.
  2. They will understand the changing patterns of the Art and Architecture during the Medieval India.
  3. They will have an understanding of the impact of Persian Art on Islamic Art and Architecture in Medieval India.