/Program Outcomes, Program Specific Outcomes & Course Outcomes

Program Outcomes, Program Specific Outcomes & Course Outcomes

From 2015- 2018  [2013 PATTERN]

Program Outcomes [PO]

B. A.

PO 1 The students acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and humanities which make them sensitive and sensible enough

 

PO2 The B.A. graduates will be acquainted with the social, economic, historical, geographical, political, ideological and philosophical tradition and thinking

 

PO 3 The program also empowers the graduates to appear for various competitive examinations or choose the post graduate programme of their choice

 

PO 4 The B. A. program enables the students to acquire the knowledge with human values framing the base to deal with various problems in life with courage and humanity.

 

PO 5 The students will be ignited enough to think and act over for the solution of various issues prevailed in the human life to make this world better than ever

 

PO 6  Programme provides the base to be the responsible citizen

 

 

Program Outcomes [PO]

M A

PO 1. The students acquire in depth knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and

humanities which make them sensitive and sensible enough to solve the issues related with

mankind.

 

PO 2. The postgraduates will be acquainted with the social, economic, historical geographical, political, ideological and philosophical tradition and thinking of their
respective subjects

 

PO 3. The program also empowers the post-graduates to appear for various competitive

examinations or choose the any post graduate or research programme of their choice

 

PO 4 The M. A. program enables the students to acquire the knowledge with human values framing the base to deal with various problems in life with courage and humanity

 

PO 5. The students will be ignited enough through the knowledge of the special PG programme to think and act over for the solution of various issues prevailed in the human life to make this world better than ever

 

PO 6 Through the PG programme the students will come know about research in their respective subject. It may also provide the information to the students for collection of Data, enquiry, primary and secondary methods of collection of data, classification and tabulation of data. Students get knowledge of various research methods and can realize the importance of research to find solutions of a specific issue.

 

 

 

Program Outcomes [PO]

B. Com

PO 1 The B. Com. graduates would be able to acquire basic and fundamental knowledge and skills

for doing business and commercial activities of their choice

PO 2 . The program also empowers the graduates to appear for various competitive exams or choose a profession of their choice such as CA, CS, ICWA, MBA, M. Com etc.

 

PO 3. The program enables the students to acquire the accounting knowledge, management

principles, retail trading, banking and insurance transactions, business economics and financial management

PO 4 . The students also acquire knowledge in the field of management accounting, corporate accounting, statistical and mathematical techniques and knowledge relating to corporate law and business laws

 

PO 5 The students become capable of doing a business of their chioce or chosing a profession or can become employees having basic knowledge and skill required for such activities

 

 

Program Outcomes [PO]

M Com

PO1 The post graduate program provides the students advanced knowledge in the field of business and management and also enables the students to acquire the basic skills required for carrying out business activities, research, stock market operations, accounting practices, etc.

 

PO2 The program also provides them with adequate knowledge and skill to provide consultancy services in finance and marketing. Similarly, after completion of the program students can confidently prepare for NET, SET, and other competitive examinations of their choice.

 

Program Outcomes [PO]

B.Sc.

PO 1 The B. Sc. Programme develops scientific temperament and attitude among the science

Graduates

 

PO 2. The qualities of a science – observation, precision, analytical mind, logical thinking, clarity of thought and expression, systematic approach, qualitative and quantitative decision making are enlarged

 

PO 4. This programme trains the learners to extract information, formulate and solve problems in a systematic and logical manner

 

PO 5  This programme enables the learners to perform the jobs in diverse fields such as science, engineering, industries, survey, education, banking, development-planning, business, public service, self-business etc. efficiently.

 

 

 Programme Specific Outcomes: B. Sc Microbiology

Microbiology (Semester-III/ IV)

Department of

Microbiology

After successful completion of three-year degree program in Microbiology a student should be able to;
 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Specific Outcomes [PSO]

PSO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of Microbiology

PSO-2 Describe/explain the processes used by microorganisms for their replication, survival, and interaction with their environment, hosts, and host populations

PO-3 Explain the theoretical basis of the tools, technologies and methods common to microbiology

PSO-4 Demonstrate practical skills in the use of tools, technologies and methods common to microbiology, and apply the scientific method and hypothesis testing in the design and execution of experiments. In addition, in upper level courses

PSO-5 Evaluate and respond to a complex question or challenge, using perspectives and scholarship drawn from microbiology and from cognate and non-cognate fields

PSO-6 Construct a summative project or paper that draws on current research, scholarship and/or techniques in microbiology

 

   PSO-7 Gain the knowledge of Microbiology through theory and practical.

PSO-8. Study and understand Biomolecules and their interactions

PSO-9 Understand the DNA Recombinant technology.

PSO-10. Understand the testing of hypothesis.

PSO-11. Use modern Microbiological tools, Models, Charts and Equipments.

PSO-12. Know structure-activity relationship.

PSO-13. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

PSO-14. Develop research oriented skills.

PSO-15.Make aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipments.

Course Outcomes B. Sc Microbiology
Course Outcomes
MB 331/341

Medical Microbiology

CO- 1 Demonstrate an understanding at an advanced level of microbial virulence mechanisms and host response to infection; application of molecular techniques to medical microbiology; biochemical and genetic mechanisms of antimicrobial agent activity, microbial susceptibility and resistance to antimicrobial agents; replication of viruses, viral immunology and pathogenesis, detection of viruses.

 

CO-2 Demonstrate an understanding of infections of various sites of  human body(microbial causes, pathogenesis, transmission of infection, diagnosis, prevention and treatment) by being able to identify a unknown organisms in clinical samples, and describe the pathogenesis of important pathogens.

 

CO-3 Work cooperatively as part of a small group

 

CO-4  Critically assess and interpret scientific literature

 

CO-5 Analyse and report on complex research questions, and solve problems, plan a work program or diagnostic strategy and learn independently

 

CO-6 Demonstrate safe working practices in microbiology; adhere to  requirements for safe work procedures

 

MB 332/342

Microbial Genetics

 

CO- 1  introduce students to the status (past, current and future) of  microbial genetics

 

CO-2  Enable students to understand the relevance of microbial genetics in biotechnology

 

CO-3 Understand how microorganisms are used to study the genetic mechanisms of other organisms (plants and animals); and relate microbial genetics to biotechnology

 

CO-4 (Skills)    carry out basic experiments to: manipulates gene/s to modify or produce trait

 

CO-5 Isolate DNA and gene products;  Conduct literature search on the internet and libraries.

MB 333/343

Enzymology and Metabolism

CO-1  Know the importance of microbial physiology

 

CO -2  Understand that microorganisms can be correctly differentiated based on the variation in the genome content

 

CO-3 Know how nutrients and physical conditions needed by microorganisms for growth and metabolism

 

CO-4 Know how to cultivate microorganisms

 

CO-5 Understand metabolic pathways of different bio molecules

 

CO-5 Identify microorganisms based on their physiological requirements

MB 334/344

Immunology

 

CO-1 An overview of the immune system including organs, cells and receptors

 

CO-2  Understand Recognition of pathogens; antigen processing and presentation

 

CO-3  Understand Role of cytokines in lymphocyte maturation and activation, Co-stimulatory signals for T cell activation, Recognition of pathogens; antigen processing and presentation; Immunity to infection and pathological consequences of immunodeficiencies

 

CO-4  Understand Molecular basis of antigen recognition, Immune responses to viral infections, HIV and AIDS;

 

CO-5 Application of knowledge of Immunology in various fields like monoclonal antibodies, vaccines production and Immunotherapy

 

MB335/345

Fermentation Technology

CO-1 Demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of microbiology associated with the production and recovery of important by-products used in industry today.

 

CO-2  Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental quality control techniques conducted on raw materials and finished products.

 

CO-3 Be familiar with basic operating procedures in any lab, including safety, documentation, experimental design, and data analysis and reporting

 

CO-4 Be able to demonstrate the ability to write and speak effectively through written assignments, lab reports, and primary journal discussions.

MB336/346

FOOD,DAIRY and AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY

 

 Co-1 List the major food poisoning and food spoilage micro-organisms of concern to the food industry

 

CO-2 Discuss how these factors might interact to affect microbial growth and survival in foods

 

CO-3 Describe basic procedures used to isolate, detect and enumerate potential microbial pathogens and spoilage organisms in foods

 

CO-4 Understand of traditional and novel food borne diseases: including the types of microorganisms that cause the diseases (their ecology, physiology and mechanisms of pathogenicity), the manifestations of the diseases themselves in the human host, and the prospects for controlling these potentially harmful organisms

 

CO-5 To understand and correlate various beneficial and pathogenic microbial flora of soil with growth promotion of plants

 

CO-6 Demonstrate practical application of Biofertilisers and biopesticides

 

CO-6 Discuss various bacterial, fungal, and viral pathogens of plant and their pathogenesis, control and prevention

 

CO-7 Correlate role of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycles

 

Programme Outcomes: B. Sc Chemistry

Chemistry (Semester-III /IV)

Department of

Chemistry

 

After successful completion of three year degree program in Chemistry a

student should be able to;

Programme

Outcomes

PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all

disciplines of chemistry.

 

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and

draw a logical conclusion.

 

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carry

out, record and analyze the results of chemical reactions.

 

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment,

society, and development outside the scientific community.

 

PO-5. Find out the green route for chemical reaction for sustainable

development.

 

PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside

the scientific community.

 

PO-7. Use modern techniques, decent equipments and Chemistry software

Programme

Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Chemistry through theory and practical‟s.

 

PSO-2. To explain nomenclature, stereochemistry, structures, reactivity,

and mechanism of the chemical reactions.

 

PSO-3. Identify chemical formulae and solve numerical problems.

 

PSO-4. Use modern chemical tools, Models, Chem-draw, Charts and

Equipments.

 

PSO-5. Know structure-activity relationship.

 

PSO-6. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

 

PSO-7. Develop research oriented skills.

 

PSO-8.make aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipments

  Course Outcomes B. Sc Chemistry

SEM II/IV

Course Outcomes

After completion of these courses students should be able to;

CH-331/341 Physical

Chemistry

CO-1. Write an expression for rate constant K for third order reaction

CO-2. Solve the numerical problems based on Rate constant

CO-3.Understand the term specific volume, molar volume and molar

refraction

CO-4. Know the meaning of phase, component and degree of freedom

CO-5. Derive the expression for rotational spectra for the transition from

J to J+1

CH-332 /342Inorganic

Chemistry

CO-1. Know the meaning of various terms involved in co-ordination

chemistry

CO-2. To understand Werner‟s formulation of complexes and identify

the types of valences

CO-3. Know the limitations of VBT

CO-4. Know the shapes of d-orbital‟s and degeneracy of d-orbital‟s

CO-5. Draw the geometrical and optical isomerism of complexes

CH-333/343 Organic

Chemistry

CO-1. Define organic acids and bases.

CO-2. Distinguish between geometrical and optical isomerism.

CO-3. Discuss kinetics, mechanism and stereochemistry of SN1 and SN2

reactions.

CO-4. Compare between E1 and E2 reactions.

CO-5. Understand the evidences, reactivity and mechanism of various

elimination and substitution reactions

CH-334 /344 Analytical

Chemistry

CO-1. Know the principles of common ion effect and solubility product.

CO-2. Study the methods of thermo-gravimetric analysis.

CO-3. Understand the principles of Spectro-photometric analysis and

properties of electromagnetic radiations.

CO-4. Study the Voltammetry and Polarography as an analytical tool.

CO-5. Measure the absorbance of atoms by AAS.

CH-335 /345 Industrial

Chemistry

CO-1. Know the importance of chemical industry.

CO-2. Classify various insecticides.

CO-3. Study the nutritive aspects of food constituents.

CO-4. Understand the characteristics of some food starches.

CO-5. Study the manufacture of cement, dyes, Glass, Soap and

Detergents by modern methods.

CH-336/346-E

Environmental Chemistry

Know the role of agriculture chemistry and its potential

CO-1. Know the role of environmental chemistry and its potential

 

CO-2. Understand the basic concept of soil, properties of soil & its

classification on the basis of pH.

 

CO-3. Know the different plant nutrients, their functions and deficiency

symptoms.

CO-4. Identify the problematic soil and recommend a method for their

reclamation.

CO-5. Have the knowledge of various pesticides, insecticides, fungicides

and herbicides. and their pollution effects

 

Programme Outcomes: B. Sc  Physics

Physics (Semester-III /IV)

Department of

Physics

 

After successful completion of three year degree program in Physics a student should be able to;
Programme

Outcomes

PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of physics.

 

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently anddraw a logical conclusion.

 

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carryout, record and analyze the results of Physics experiments.

 

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of Physics on the society, and development outside the scientific community.

 

PO-5. PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community.

 

PO-7. Use modern techniques, decent equipments and Phonics software‟s

Programme

Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Physics through theory and practicals.

 

PSO-2. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

 

PSO-3. Develop research-oriented skills.

 

PSO-4. Make aware and handle the sophisticated instruments/equipment

 

Course Outcomes B. Sc Physics

Semester-III/IV

Course Outcomes

After completion of these courses students should be able to;

PH-331/341 Mathematical

Methods in Physics II

CO-1. Know the Cartesian, spherical polar and cylindrical co-ordinate systems.

CO-2. To understand the Special Theory of Relativity.

CO-3. Discuss the Michelson- Morley Experiment.

CO-4 To obtain the series solution by Frobenius method .

CO-5 Study the Generating function for Legendre, Hermite polynomials

PH 332/342

 Solid State

Physics

CO-1. Know the principles of structures determination by diffraction

CO-2. To understand the principles and techniques of X-rays diffraction

CO-3. Know the fundamental principles of semiconductors and be able

to estimate the charge carrier mobility and density

CO-4. To give an extended knowledge about magnetic properties like diamagnetic, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, ferrites and

Superconductors

PH-333: Classical

Mechanics

CO-1. Understand Newton‟s Laws of motion and their applications such as projectile and rocket motion

CO-2. Gain the knowledge of motion in central force field

CO-3. Classify elastic and inelastic scattering

CO-4. Know the difference between Laboratory and centre of mass

system

CO-5. Understands Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation

CO-6 Solve the problems using Lagrangian and Hamiltonian

formulation

CO-7 Get knowledge of canonical trans formation and Poission‟s

Bracket

PH-334/343

 Atomic and

Molecular Physics

CO-1. To know the Rutherford Experiment of atom.

CO-2. To understand molecular spectra of atom.

CO-3. To study the Raman spectra.

CO-4. To study the Zeeman Effect.

CO-5. To understand the Quantum Numbers.

PH-335/345

Computational Physics

CO-1. Write algorithm and flow chart for c-programming language.

CO-2. To use of iterative, decision making and the jump statement.

CO-3. Understand the concept of arrays and pointers.

CO-4. Study of user defined functions and program structures.

CO-5. Able to use the concept graphics in c language.

PH-336 B: Elements of

Materials Science

CO-1. To study the Mechanical, Electrical and Thermal Properties of

material.

CO-2. Discuss the type of Phase Diagrams.

CO-3. Know the solid solution and types of solid solution.

CO-4. Understanding the Point Defect, Line Defect with example.

CO-5. Study the Diffusion Mechanism.

CO-6. Know the difference between Elastic and Plastic Deformation.

CO-7. To understand the Polymer Vulcanization of rubber.

CO-8. Know the AX-type crystal structure – eg. NaCl, ZnS etc.

 

Programme Outcomes: B. Sc  BOTANY

Botany (Semester-III /IV)

Department of

Botany

 

After successful completion of three year degree program in Botany a student should be able to;
Programme

Outcomes

PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of Botany.

 

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and draw a logical conclusion.

 

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carryout, record and analyze the results of Botany experiments.

 

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of Botany on the society, and development outside the scientific community.

 

PO-5. PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community.

 

PO-7. Use modern techniques, decent equipments and  soft wares

Programme

Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Botany through theory and practicals.

 

PSO-2. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

 

PSO-3. Develop research oriented skills.

 

PSO-4. Make aware and handle the sophisticated  instruments/equipments

Course Outcomes B. Sc Botany

 

Class Course Course Outcomes
F. Y. B. Sc Botany (Annual Pattern) 111: Plant Diversity, Plant Morphology and Anatomy To provide thorough knowledge about various primitive plant groups.
112: Industrial Botany To make the students aware of applications of different plants in various industries

To highlight the potential of these studies to become an entrepreneur

Practical To get acquainted with the subject in live

form and visits to industries

S. Y. B. Sc Botany Semester I 211: Taxonomy of Angiosperms and Plant

community

To provide thorough knowledge about various highly evolved plant groups and their community structure
212:Plant

Physiology

To study the different metabolic process for

synthesis of food material

S. Y. B. Sc Botany Semester II 221: Plant

Anatomy and Embryology

Internal structure will be observed for

further studies as well as to study the developmental pattern of plant

222: Plant Biotechnology To study the techniques of multiplication and nanotechniques
Practical based on theory

course

To equipped the students with skills related to laboratory as well as field based studies
T. Y. B. Sc. Botany Semester III 331

Cryptogamic Botany

Interpret the performance characteristics & life cycles of various lower plants
332 Cell and

Molecular Biology

To develop the mind from the cellular to molecular level.
333 Genetics

and Evolution

Analyze the evolution with genetical

characteristics for future aspects

334

Spermatophyta and Palaeoboatny

Evaluate the performance of various line of evolution with respect to live and fossil forms
335

Horticulture and Floriculture

To develop the skills to become entrepreneurship for small scale startup
336

Computational Botany

Apply optimization, numerical methods, statistical methods to solve problems

 

Programme Specific  Outcomes: B. Sc.  Zoology

Zoology (Semester-III /IV)

Sr.

No.

Program Program Objectives Program Specific Objectives
1 B.Sc. Zoology Inspire the students for pursuing higher studies in Zoology and for becoming an entrepreneur and also enable students to get employed in the Biological research Institutes,

Industries, Educational Institutes and in the various concerning departments of State and Central Government based on subject Zoology.

PSO1. To provide thorough knowledge about various animal sciences from primitive to highly evolved animal groups.

 

PSO2. To make the students aware of applications of Zoology subject in various

Industries.

 

PSO3. To highlight the potential of various branches to become an entrepreneur.

 

PSO4. To equip the students with skills related to laboratory as well as field based studies.

 

PSO5. To make the students aware about conservation and sustainable use of Biodiversity.

 

PSO6. To inculcate interest and foundation for further studies in Zoology.

 

PSO7. To address the socio- economical challenges related to animal sciences.

 

PSO8. To facilitate students for

taking up and shaping a successful career in Zoology.

 

 Course Outcomes B. Sc Zoology

Sr. No. Course Course Outcomes
1 F.Y.B.Sc.

Zoology

CO1. Exposure to diversity in animal groups and industries based on the zoological areas are covered.

 

CO2. The practical course is aimed to equipped the students with skills required for animal identification, morphological, anatomical, technical description, classification and also applications of zoology

in the various industries.

2 S.Y.B.Sc.

Zoology

CO1. The level of the theory and practical courses are one step ahead of the first year B.Sc. courses based on content of first year syllabus.

 

CO2. The course intends to inform the students in Animal Systematics, Animal Diversity and applied field of Zoology such as Fisheries, Apiculture, Sericulture,

etc.

 

 

Department of

Mathematics

 

After successful completion of program in Mathematics a student should be able to;
Programme

Outcomes

PO-1. Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of Mathematics.

 

PO-2. Solve the problem and also think methodically, independently and draw a logical conclusion.

 

PO-3. Employ critical thinking and the scientific knowledge to design, carryout, record and analyze the results of Mathematics experiments.

 

PO-4. Create an awareness of the impact of Botany on the society, and development outside the scientific community.

 

PO-5. PO-6. To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community.

 

PO-7. Use modern techniques, decent equipments and  soft wares

Programme

Specific Outcomes

PSO-1. Gain the knowledge of Botany through theory and practicals.

 

PSO-2. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.

 

PSO-3. Develop research oriented skills.

 

PSO-4. Make aware and handle the sophisticated  instruments/equipments

                       Course Outcomes
F.Y.BSc.

 

ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY

 

CO-1Prove a statement P(n)using the Principle of mathematical induction(Strong form)

CO-2  Solve examples of Divisibility on Z using Division Algorithm and Euclidean Algorithm

CO-3 Prove ,every Partition is an equivalence relation and vice-versa

CO-4  Define Congruence ,Residue Classes, Addition Modulo n and  multiplication Modul.

CO-5 Find G.C.D. of two polynomials and show relation between the roots and the coefficients of   the    polynomial

CO-6 Reduce a matrix to Echelon form or reduced row echelon form to find rank of it. Solve

homogeneous and non-homogeneous system by Gauss elimination and Gauss Jordan Method

CO-7  Find Eigen values, Eigenvectors.

CO-8 Verify Cayley Hamilton Theorem and its use to find the inverse of a matrix.

 

Calculus and

Differential

Equations

 CO-1Solve examples on change of axes using translation and rotation

CO-2 :- Reduce the two dimension equation to the standard form and name the conic.

CO-3  Obtain the equation of plane in normal form and intercept form

CO-4 Find Length of the perpendicular from a point to a plane                                                      CO-5  Find bisectors of angles between two planes and joint equation of two planes.

CO-6 :- Find symmetrical form of a line, shortest distance between the two lines and line of shortest  distance between two straight lines.

CO-7 :- Find equation of a sphere in various forms, Sphere through a given circle.

CO-8  Find intersection of two spheres, plane section of sphere and intersection of a sphere and  a line.

 

S.Y.B.Sc

Multivariable calculus I

 CO-1Sketch the level curves of functions of two variables.

CO-2:-  Discuss limit and continuity of functions in two and three dimension.

CO-3 :- Understand definition of derivative.

CO-4:-  Find second order partial derivative and partial derivatives of higher order.

CO-5  Prove differentiability of a function at a given point

CO-6  Find directional derivative of a scalar function, equations of Tangent planes and norma  lines.

CO-7  Find the extreme values of one constraint function by Lagrange’s Multiplier method.

 

Discrete Mathematics

Paper- IIA

CO-1  Define Propositional logic, Propositional equivalences

CO-2  Find Predicates and quantifiers

CO-3  Find Nested quantifiers.

CO-4 Introduction to proofs and Rules of inference.

CO-5 State and Prove The basics of counting

CO-6 Basics of Permutation and combinations.

Generalization of permutation and combinations.

CO-7 Using Inclusion-Exclusion principal solve some examples

Discrete Mathematics

 

Paper –IIB

LAPLACE TRANSFORM AND FOURIER SERIES

CO-1  Find Laplace Transforms of some elementary functions, derivatives, integrals

CO-2  Define Gamma function, Unit Step function, Dirac Delta function.

CO-3  Find inverse Laplace Transform of some elementary functions, derivatives, integral.

CO-4 Find solution of Ordinary Differential Equation with constant coefficients using Laplace Transform.

CO-5 State and Prove Convolution theorem for inverse Laplace Transform.

CO-6 Find Fourier Series expansion of some elementary functions

 

  • Programme Outcomes●

Developing intellectual, personal & professional abilities through effective communicative skills, ensuring high slandered of behavioural attitude through literary subject & shaping the students socially responsible/ citizens.

  • Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

 Literature courses of English provides an opportunity to study & implement world best literature of all countries along with its history, Social, Cultural & political background.

  • Literature provides imaginative & critical insights into all areas of human life.
  • The blend of English language courses helps students to understand the language niceties through literature
  • Select literary pieces help students understand the moral stories in life
  • The subject knowledge helps not only for the professional life but also in their personal life
  • It develops intellectual, personal & professional abilities through effective communicative skills
  • It shapes students as socially responsible/ citizens.
  • Students will be accurate both in oral & written communication as well as Grammar & its usage.
  • They can apply critical frameworks to analyse the linguistic, cultural & historical background of texts written in English.
  • They will be familiar with the convention of diverse textual genres including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, autobiography, biography, journal film play, editorial etc.
  • Course Outcomes●
  • Literature – To get acquainted with the master- pieces of literature along with their socio- political, history & cultural aspects of life.
  • Language – To trace out the history of eng- language & varied components of linguistic structure of the language.
  • Grammar- To know the fundamental principles English grammer including part of speech, types of sentences, its analysis etc.
  • Indian writing in English – To learn the native literature with its literary, societal, cultural, biographical & historical background of the greatest Indian Writers in English.
  • Translation – To the principles of translations

 

After completion of the programme the students should be able to know

  • Student enables to Evaluate, analyse and synthesize historical materials (primary and
  • secondary sources).
  • Student enables to Recognize and explain the historical development of cultures.
  • Student understands to Evaluate and recognize different Empire in Indian history.
  • Student Identify the role of theory and methodology in the production of historical
  • knowledge
  • Student Identify and critique basic historical concepts

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES: BA History

On Completion of the BA (History) Students are able to:

  1. A history graduate can find employment with Archaeological Survey of India or with private

firms related to archaeology.

  1. For History graduates, the option of public service is always open.
  2. Work as a teacher in schools and high schools
  3. Serve as conservator and tourist guide in historical monuments.
  4. NGOs and Social Welfare Organizations also employ BA History graduates.
  5. Writer/Subject Matter Expert

COURSE OUTCOMES: B.A. History

F.Y.B.A.

History General -1

(1177) Chh. Shivaji and His Times (1630 to 1707)

  1. Students got knowledge of concept of Shivaji and his times.
  2. Student view increased of Nationalism and Secularism.
  3. Students got knowledge of administration of Shivaji Maharaj.
  4. Introduced to student social, economic and religious condition.

S.Y.B.A.

History General – 2

(2177) Modern India (1857-1950)

  1. “History of Modern India” topic as a part of History is a very important section as far as

the Syllabus of any competitive examination is possible, especially Civil Services exams.

  1. Students understand of the stages of development in Modern India, why certain events

happened and analysis of the consequences of such developments that paves an impact on

our society, economy and our political system.

  1. Modern Indian history Importance For competitive examination.

History Special- 1

(2178)- Ancient India (3000B.C. to 1260AD.)

  1. Ancient Indian history is very importance for UPSC Examination.
  2. When students doing study of ancient Indian history that time they know about original

culture religion and society.

  1. Increasing student‟s wideness.
  2. Student capable for discuss any Social issue.

History Special – 2

(2179) – History of Modern Maharashtra (1818-1960)

  1. Students got knowledge of concept History of modern Maharashtra.
  2. Modern Maharashtra history is useful to student for MPSC examination.
  3. National and social movement in Maharashtra Introduced to students.
  4. Student got knowledge of Maharashtra Philosophers and their philosophy

Department of History

T.Y.B.A.

History General – 3

(3177)-History of the World in 20th century

  1. Students got knowledge of concept in world history.
  2. Students got global event knowledge it is use for increased intellectual level.
  3. World trend of thinking, Marxist, Communalism, Dictatorship, Empearalism, Nazizum,

fascism, Terrorism, Feminism, Globalization, etc introduced to Students.

History Special – 3

(3178)- Introduction to History

  1. Students known source of history,
  2. Practically student known to how much write history.

3 Increased the knowledge of research in history

  1. Students know external and internal Criticism.

5 Students know historian works.

History Special – 4

(3179) History of Asia in 20th Century

  1. Students know history of America.
  2. Concept of American history introduced to Students
  3. Students know causes of Great Depression and policy of New Deal and Fear Deal.
  4. Students know American politics in world.
  5. Students got knowledge of international relation with America.

 

 

Program Outcomes: BA POLITICAL SCIENCE

After completion of BA programme students should be able to …

  • Students enable to develop academic proficiency in the subfields of Indian Government
  • and Politics, Comparative Government, International Relations, Public Administration,
  • Political Theory, and Political Ideology.
  • Students enable to develop and be able to demonstrate skills in conducting as well as
  • presenting research in political science.
  • Students enable to analyze political and policy problems and formulate policy options.
  • Students enable to discuss the major theories and concepts of political science and its

subfields, and also deliver thoughtful and well-articulated presentations of research

findings.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

BA Political Science

On Completion of the BA (Political Science) Students are able to:

  1. Serve as a politician
  2. Work as a teacher in colleges, schools and high schools
  3. Serve as political party member, political adviser, and well citizen of India.
  4. Work in elections and political as well as administrative system.
  5. Serve in forest department as forest conservator.
  6. Can admit to MA Politics, LLB, MSW, MBA,
  7. Work in NGOs.
  8. Can Prepare for Competitive exams.

Department of Political Science

FYBA

Indian Government and Politics (G-1)

  • Students enable to understand the philosophy of Indian constitutions.
  • Students enable to identify the causes, impact of British colonial rule.
  • Students enable to appreciate the various phases of Indian national movement.
  • Students enable to create value in young youth regarding the patriotism.
  • Students enable to understand the various Government of Indian acts their provision and
  • Students enable to know the salient features in making of Indian constitution
  • Students enable to appreciate the socio-economic political factors which lead to the
  • freedom struggle.
  • Students enable to appreciate the fundamental rights and duties and the directive
  • principle of state policy
  • Students enable to evaluate the evolution, functioning and consequences of political
  • parties in India.
  • Students enable to identify how electoral rules and procedure in India effect election

SYBA

Political Theory (G-2)

  • Students enable to understand the nature and scope of political theory.
  • Students enable to understand the significance of political theory.
  • Students enable to acquaint with the theories, approaches, concepts and principles of

political theory.

  • Students enable to appreciate the procedure of different theoretical ideas in political
  • Students enable to Interpret and assess information regarding a variety of political theory.
  • Students enable to understand the various traditional and modern theories of political
  • Students enable to evaluate the theories of origin of the state.

Western Political Thought (S-1)

Students will able to to:-

  • Examine political thought through the Classical, Renaissance, and Enlightenment periods
  • based on the works of Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau,
  • Tocqueville, and Marx;
  • Compare and contrast the concepts of justice, freedom, equality, citizenship, and
  • sovereignty in the works of Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau;
  • Explain the different versions of, and importance of, the state of nature to political
  • thought;
  • Explain Karl Marx’s worldview, with particular regard to his critique of democracy and
  • the modern, politically liberal state; how it came to be; and its fundamental link to
  • capitalism; and
  • Explain John Stuart Mill’s theory on utilitarianism and how he applies it to society and
  • the state.

Political Sociology (S-2)

  • Have good knowledge about main issues and topics in political sociology.
  • Be able to understand basic principles of the exercise of power, of the state relations with
  • civil society; individual and group interactions in the political realm.
  • Achieve practical skills of analysis of social phenomena in their political settings.
  • Acquire habits of socio-political information finding, sorting and critical examining.
  • Foster skills of public presentations and discussions.

TYBA

Evaluation of Local Government in Maharashtra (G-3)

  • Students enable to explain the role of British imperial on local government in India.
  • Students enable to understand the contributions of various committees on local
  • Students enable to describe the features and provisions of Constitutional Amendment
  • Acts regarding Local Government Institutions.
  • Students enable to equip the learner to play an active and responsible leadership role in
  • the functioning of Local Government Institutions.
  • Students enable to describe the significance and role of Grama Sabha in Maharashtra.
  • Public Administration (S-3)
  • Students enable to demonstrate understanding of various activities of governmental
  • administrators that fall under the rubric of public administration to include rule‐making,
  • ratemaking, and other regulatory activities, policy making and the delivery of services
  • and programs
  • Students enable to understand the 20th century emergence of the modern administrative
  • state as a result of the technological, social, economic and political pressures that have
  • emerged in national industrialized and developed complex, interdependent systems.
  • Students enable to understanding of public administration as a career field in government.

International Politics (S-4)

  • Students enable to understand the evolution, scope and significance of international relations
  • Students enable to demonstrate an understanding of: the key historical events and also they
  • enable to understand contemporary international system; and the key actors which shaped
  • the international Politics.
  • Students enable to discuss the main international relations theories.
  • Students enable to analyze importance of International relation in process of nation
  • Students enable to appreciate the foreign policy their determinants features& its relevance.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES:   

FYBA

Gg-110 Elements of Geomorphology (G1)

  1. Understand the effect of rotation of revolution the Earth
  2. Understand interior structure of the earth
  3. know the importance of longitudes & latitudes
  4. International Date line and Standard time
  5. Understand Theory regarding of Origin of Continents and oceans
  6. Study the formation of Rocks
  7. Understand the work of internal and external forces and their associated Landforms.
  8. Study the erosional and depositional land forms of Rivers and Sea Waves.
  9. Understand the concept of mass Wasting

Understand the Application of Geomorphology

SYBA

Gg-210: Elements of Climatology and Oceanography (G2)

  1. Understand the importance of Atmosphere
  2. Understand heat balance.
  3. Understand the types of winds
  4. Understand the structure, composition of Atmosphere.
  5. Understand weather phenomena winds, humidity and precipitation.
  6. Understand properties of ocean water.
  7. Knowledge about effect of ocean Currents.
  8. Study about types of tides.
  9. Study of costal environment and Ocean Resources

Gg-220: Economic Geography (S1)

  1. Study the Human Economic Activities
  2. Explain the Weber theory of Industrial Location
  3. Understand the mineral and power resources
  4. Study conventional and non-conventional energy resources
  5. Study of the distribution of Iron and Steel, Automobile, Cotton Paper and Ship

Building Industries in India

  1. Get knowledge about types of agriculture, trade and transport.
  2. Aware the student about need of conservation and Protection of natural resources.
  3. Study of Transport and Trade
  4. Understand the concept of Privatization, Globalization and Liberalisation

Gg201 Fundamentals of Geographical Analysis (S2)

  1. Measure Map Scales, conversion of scales
  2. Understand types of projections
  3. Preparation of various graphs and diagrams
  4. Get knowledge about Statistical Methods.
  5. Understand the different surviving techniques like, plane table, prismatic survey.
  6. Acquire knowledge of preparation of drawing of profile with the help of Dumpy level.
  7. Understand the socio economic condition of the villages.

 

 

Department of

Psychology

After successful completion of three year degree program in Psychology

a student should be able to

Programme

Specific

Outcomes

PSO -1. To get admission post graduation course in Psychology.

PSO-2. To interpretation of data and make project/research.

PSO-3. To write scientific case study report.

PSO-4. To use of basic psychological tests and experiments.

PSO-5. Identify and Think on the various psychological problems.

PSO-6. Make use of personality theories in daily practice.

PSO-7. Make Use of Industrial theories while preparing for professional

interviews.

POS-7. Analyze and understand abnormal human behavior in practice

  COURSE OUTCOMES:
Course Outcomes

After completion of these course students should be able to

 

GENERAL

PSYCHOLOGY

F. Y. B. A

 1.To able to understand basic principles of Psychology.

2. To able to understand historical trends of Psychology

To able to understand Major concepts, different perspectives of

Psychology.

4. To able to understand an overview of the applications of Psychology.

5. To able to understand Career opportunities in Psychology.

6. To understand Roll of Biological base in human behavior.

7. To understand Emotion, Motivation and Sensory Processes.

8. To Learn applications of various techniques of psychology.

  SYBA
2227

SOCIAL

PSYCHOLOGY(G2

1.To create the awareness among the students of Social Psychology and

its various fields.

2. To able to understand Social behaviour.

3. To understand Self Concept and How to develop it.

4. To able to understand Important role of Social relations in individuals

life.

5. To able to understand Attitudes, How prejudice are take place and its

effect on behaviour.

6. To able to understand Aggression and how to control it.

7. To able to understand the ways of communication and its applications.

8. To able to understand the leadership and its characteristics.

9. To learn various applications and techniques of Social Behaviour

SYBA

2228: Abnormal

Psychology (S1

1.Student is expected to acquire knowledge of causes, symptoms and

treatment of various psychological disorders.

2. To understand the criteria of abnormal behaviour

2229

Developmental

Psychology. (S2)

1.To able to understand influences of various factors on development.

2. Able to understand basic concepts human development process.

3. To understand how birth (process) takes place.

4. Able to understand development of language.

5. To understand cognitive development process.

6. To understand physical, motor and development of relations.

7. To learn Physical and mental changes in Adolescence.

8. To learn all stages of life span and understand its good and bad impact

on life.

  TYBA
3227 2INDUSTRIAL.

PSYCHOLOGY (G3)

1. To understand the differences between Economic growth an

2.To learn about industrial and organizational psychology.

3. To able to understand Selection and training programme

4. To able to learn evaluating job performance and application.

5.To understand motivation at the workplace.

6. To understand leadership, leadership qualities and functions of leaders

of industrial Psychology.

7. To learn new concept „engineering psychology‟ for easier work for

workers

 

3228

SCIENTIFIC

RESEARCH AND

EXPERIMENTAL

PSYCHOLOGY

(S3)

1.To acquire basic skills and understand basic concept of Research

methodology.

2. To understand how to make small research project.

3. To learn making group report/project.

4. To able to understand theory of research.

5. To understand Psychophysics.

6. To understand the perceptual processes.

7. To learn psychological testing.

8. To understand thinking processes.

9. To understand problem solving concept.

3229

PSYCHOLOGY

PRACTICAL:

TEST AND

EXPERIMENTS.

 (S4)

1.To able to understand basic concepts in Statistics.

2. To understand and solve the simple statistical problems.

3. To able to understand and use of general and special ability testing.

4. To learn how measure the individuals personality through using

appropriate psychological test.

3. To able to use various type of tests.

4. To learn group testing with small sampling.

5. To able to understand concept of report writing and interpretation of

data.

6. To learn to make project practically with minimum sample of 30.

7. To observe various problems in society and make the project on one

issue or problem.

8. To learn making study tour report and process of study tour

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES: B. A. ECONOMICS 

After completion of B.A (Economics), Students are able to:

  1. Understand basic concepts of economics.
  2. To able to analyze economic behavior in practice.
  3. Understand the economic way of thinking.
  4. The ability to analyze historical and current events from an economic perspective.
  5. The ability to write clearly expressing an economic point of view.
  6. Be exposed to alternative approaches to economic problems through exposure to

coursework in allied fields.

  1. To create students ability to suggest of the various economic problems

 

COURSE OUTCOMES: B. A. Economics

FYBA

ECO-1157- Indian Economy – Problems and Prospects (G-1)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand nature, Basic Characteristics and Major issues of Indian economy
  2. Understand population & economic development
  3. Understand Poverty and Unemployment Concepts and their trends in Indian economy
  4. Understand role of agriculture, industrial sector in Indian economy.
  5. Understand economic planning in India
  6. Understand Salient Features of Economy of Maharashtra.
  7. Understand Role of Co-operative in Economic Development of Maharashtra.
  8. Understand Regional Imbalance Causes & Preventive Measures.

SYBA

ECO-2157: Modern Banking (G2)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Create the awareness among the students of Modern Banking System.
  2. Understand commercial banking system in India
  3. Understand working & operation of RBI
  4. Understand new development in Indian financial system periods
  5. Understand cooperative and rural banking in India
  6. Understand non banking financial institutions & financial services in India
  7. Understand the Indian money market
  8. Understand the Indian capital market
  9. Able to understand international aspects of the Indian financial system

ECO 2158: Micro Economics (S1)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Student is expected to understand the behavior of an economic agent, namely, a consumer,

a producer, a factor owner and the price fluctuation in a market.

  1. To understand nature and scope of economics, the theory of consumer behavior, analysis

of production function and equilibrium of a producer, the price formation in different markets

structures and the equilibrium of a firm and Industry.

  1. Understand concept of Revenues and cost of Production.
  2. Understand Linear & Non- Linear functional relationship
  3. Understand price determination of factors (Rant, wages, interest and Profit.)
  4. Understand meaning of social welfare function.

 

ECO-2159: Macro Economics (S2)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand macro economic analysis
  2. Understand of national income
  3. Understand classical & Keynesian theories of output and employment
  4. Understand consumption & Investment function
  5. Understand process of credit creation by commercial banks
  6. Understand Quantity theory of money.
  7. Understand various macroeconomic problems.
  8. Understand various macroeconomic policies.
  • .TYBA

ECO-3157: Economic Development and Planning (G3)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand the differences between Economic growth and Development, Indicators of Economic Development.
  2. Understand Characteristics of Developing Countries.
  3. Understand Constraints on Development Process.
  4. Understand theories and Approaches of economic development.
  5. Understand some growth models
  6. To understand macroeconomic policies, roll of foreign capital and economic planning etc.

in developing countries.

ECO-3158: International Economics (S3)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand Nature, Scope and Importance of International Economics
  2. Understand theories international trade.
  3. Understand gains from international trade & their measurements
  4. Understand theory of intervention in trade
  5. Understand the theory of regional blocks
  6. Understand trade policies in India
  7. Understand international financial institutions
  8. Understand foreign direct investments
  9. Understand foreign exchange market

ECO3159: Public Finance (S4)

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand Functions and Role of Government in Economy and Meaning, Nature, Scope

& Importance‟s of public finance.

  1. To understand various Approaches about Role of Government and Principle of Maximum

Social Advantage- Dr. Dalton.

  1. Understand concept of public expenditure
  2. Understand concept of public revenue
  3. Understand incidence & approaches of taxation
  4. Understand concept of public debt
  5. Understand concept of budget & deficit finance
  6. Understand taxation & public debt of India
  7. Understand fiscal federalism in India

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES: MA Economics

On completion of the M.A. (Economics), students are able to:

  1. To provide the students with a unique opportunity of obtaining a professional qualification

in economics focusing on the advanced practical areas

  1. Understand basic concepts of economics and to analyze economic behaviour in practice
  2. Understand the economic way of thinking.
  3. The ability to analyze historical and current events from an economic perspective.
  4. The ability to write clearly expressing an economic point of view.
  5. Students will be able to effectively communicate economic ideas.
  6. Be exposed to alternative approaches to economic problems through exposure to

coursework in allied fields.

  1. To create students ability to suggest of the various economic problems
  2. To develop comprehensive understanding of interdisciplinary issues and aspects of

society.

  1. Economics majors will be able to apply advanced microeconomic and macroeconomic

theories to explain the behaviour of individuals, businesses, and industries in market-based

systems and the challenges of developing economies

  1. Economics majors will be able to explain the role of government in the economy,

including taxing, spending, regulating and producing.

  1. Predict the impact of fiscal and monetary policy – use of deficits, changes in the money

supply, etc. – on overall economic performance.

  1. Explain and discuss the determinants of economic growth.
  2. Discuss the costs and causes of unemployment, and assess public policies to ameliorate it.
  3. Students will be able to formulate informed opinions on policy issues and recognize the

validity of opposing viewpoints.

  1. Discuss economic globalization and the inter-connectedness of nations.
  2. To prepare the students for variety of challenging careers through Innovation in teaching

and research.

  1. To prepare the students for scientific research in economics

.

COURSE OUTCOMES: M. A. ECONOMICS

M.A (Part – I) Semester I

EC-1001: Micro Economics analysis

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand the Basic Micro- Economic Problems of Scarcity and Choice, utility demand

modern utility analysis, Elasticity of demand.

  1. To understand concepts one and two input production function.
  2. To understand concepts Law of Variable Proportions Returns to the Variable Factor,

Returns to Scale, Cobb- Douglas Production Function.

  1. To understand Analysis Characteristics and properties various concepts and Curves of

Production cost and Revenue.

  1. To understand concepts of Partial and General Equilibrium
  2. To understand Concept of Social Welfare

EC-1002: Public Economics-I

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand Role and functions of the Government in an economy.
  2. Understand concepts Private Goods, Public Goods, and Merit Goods.
  3. To understand and explain various theory and modals for public policy.
  4. Understand concept and theories of public expenditure.
  5. Understand concept of budget & deficit finance.
  6. Understand incidence & approaches of taxation
  7. Understand concept of public debt
  8. Understand concept of budget & deficit finance
  9. Understand taxation & public debt of India

EC-1003: International Trade

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand Classical and Modern Trade Theories international trade.
  2. Understand gains from international trade & concepts of term of trade.
  3. To understand Trade policy.
  4. Understand Effects of Tariffs under Partial and General Equilibrium.
  5. To understand Function and Role of GATT, WTO,
  6. Understand Composition and Features of Global Trade Growth.

EC-1005: Labours Economics

On completion of the course, students are able to:

  1. To understand Nature, Scope and Importance of Labour Economics
  2. To understand major events, trends and developments of the labour markets in the real

world.

  1. To appreciate differences in views of economists both from positive and normative

standpoints with respect to issues in the labour markets.

  1. To understand Marginal Productivity Theory, Theory of Collective Bargaining, Modern

Theory of Wages.

  1. To understand Wage Determination in Organized- Unorganized Sector.
  2. To understand Approaches to Labour Migration trends & effects of Migration.
  3. To understand Labour Unions of Labour Union in India.
  4. Understand Labour Market reforms.

M.A (Part – I) Semester II

EC-2001: Micro Economics Analysis – II

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand Structure of markets and Salient futures of Monopoly, Imperfect Competition

oligopoly & duopoly.

  1. To understand explain the theories of Monopoly, Imperfect Competition oligopoly &

duopoly.

  1. Understand theory of distribution
  2. Understand general equilibrium & economic efficiency & welfare.
  3. To understand explain the Goal of Profit Maximization and Alternative Theories of the

Firm.

  1. To understand Arrow‟s Impossibility Theorem.

EC- 2002: Public Economics-II

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand various view of public Debt and Sources of Public Debt
  2. To understand Burden of Public Debt on Indian Economy and Principles of Debt

Management and Repayment.

  1. To understand Interdependence of Fiscal and Monetary Policies.
  2. To understand Meaning and Components. Preparation, Presentation and Execution of

Budget.

  1. Understand concept of budget & deficit finance.
  2. Understand fiscal administration & public governance in India
  3. Understand taxation & public debt of India
  4. Understand fiscal federalism in India
  5. To understand Fiscal Sector Reforms in India
  6. To understand Budget Management & Kelkar Committee Recommendations

EC-2003: International Finance

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments- Meaning, Structure and

Components Balance of Payments and Causes of Disequilibrium in BOP.

  1. Understand foreign exchange market.
  2. To understand Purchasing Power Parity Theory, Balance of Payments Theory, Monetary

Models for Determination of Rate of Exchange.

  1. Understand Current and Capital Account Convertibility of Rupees.
  2. To understand Importance and Role of Foreign Capital-Trade and Investment, Theories of

International Investment.

  1. Understand international financial institutions
  2. Understand the role of foreign direct investments

EC-2005: Industrial Economics

  1. To provide a thorough knowledge about the economics of industry in an analytical manner

in the Indian context.

  1. To make the students aware of the basic issues such as productivity, efficiency

and capacity utilization involved in the industrial development of India.

  1. To impart the knowledge of how the firms interact in different markets, what are the main

effects of their interactions for the social welfare.

  1. To make the students aware of what strategic and non-strategic factors can influence the

market performance.

  1. To understand Industrial Structure in India.
  2. To understand Theories of Industrial Location.
  3. To understand Measures required for improving productivity and efficiency.
  4. To understand Meaning, scope, importance of industrial finance.

M.A (Part –II) Semester III

EC-3001: Macro Economic Analysis – I

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand Macroeconomics is not only a scientific method of analysis; but also a body

of empirical economic knowledge.

  1. To stimulate among the students an awareness on macroeconomic challenges and policy

management in progressive nations

  1. Understand various concepts of National income.
  2. To understand Determination of output and employment Effects of change in Aggregate

Demand and Supply Curves – Classical Approach

  1. Understand nature classical & Keynesian theories of employment
  2. To understand Fiscal policy and crowding out effect, Optimum Policy mix with IS-LM

Model.

  1. Understand measures of money supply.
  2. Understand various theories of demand for money.

EC-3002: Growth and Development –I

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand conceptualizing growth and development, Characteristics of LDCs.
  2. To understand the world distribution of income and Development gap.
  3. Understand theories of economic development
  4. Understand concept of poverty & development
  5. Understand population & human development
  6. To understand Theories of Economic Growth and Development

Ec-3003: Modern Banking

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand Nature, structure and role of financial system in economic Development

and Functions of financial system.

  1. Understand the Indian money & Capital market.
  2. To understand role and functions of modern banks in India.
  3. Understand non banking financial institutions & financial services in India.
  4. Understand cooperative and Regional rural banking in India
  5. To understand Current challenges faced by banking sector in India.
  6. To understand Nature and role of foreign exchange market.
  7. To understand Role of foreign direct investment.
  8. To understand Working and role of IMF, IBRD, IDA, IFC

Ec-3004: Demography

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand Nature, Scope and Relationship between development and Population

growth.

  1. Understand various theories of Population.
  2. To understand Structure and characteristics Indian population.
  3. To understand an analysis of Indian population policy.

M.A (Part –II) Semester IV

EC4001: Macro Economic Analysis – II

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To understand theories of money supply and liquidity.
  2. To understand Classical and Modern theories of Demand for Money and Price.
  3. Students will be able to describe the determinants of the demand for money, the supply of

money and interest rates and the role of financial institutions in the economy.

  1. Students will be able to define fiscal and monetary policies and how these affect the

economy.

  1. To understand various Theories of Interest Rates.
  2. Understand fiscal policy.

EC4002: Growth and Development –II

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Understand the role of agriculture and Industry in development.
  2. To understand the employment argument Police Environment.
  3. Understand issues & techniques of economic growth
  4. Understand some growth models
  5. Students will be able to describe Trade as an engine of growth.
  6. To understand the role of IMF, World Bank, FII and FDI
  7. To understand the role of the government and markets in the developmental process

EC-4003: Research Methodology

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. To learn and appreciate alternative methodologies in terms of sampling designs, data

collection techniques and in the methods of data analysis.

  1. Understand concepts of research designing
  2. Understand concepts of hypothesis testing methods
  3. Able to understand measuring central tendency
  4. Able to understand dispersion and co-efficient
  5. Able to understand methods of correlation
  6. Understand contents of report writing
  7. Students will be able to describe Information Systems and knowledge management

Computerized data processing.

EC-4004: Rural Development

On completion of the course, students are able to

  1. Students will be able to describe objective, importance and various approaches to Rural

Development.

  1. To understand the Rural Administrative machinery.
  2. To understand and explain role of Rural Infrastructure in rural Development.
  3. To understand Problems of Rural Development in India.
  4. Students will be able to critical assessment of rural development programs as a part of inclusive and sustainable growth.

 

Programme Specific Out Comes 

1.PSO :-

This programme could provide well trained professionals for the Industry Banking Section. Insurance companies, financing companies, transport agencies, warehousing etc. to meet the well trained manpower requirements. The graduates will get hands on expenses in various aspects acquiring skills for marketing manager, selling manager overall administration abilities of the company.

PSO:-2

The students should process the knowledge, skill and attitudes during the end of the B.Com degree course by virtue of the training they can  become an manager accountant. Management  Accountant, Cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor Company.  Secretary Teacher professor stock agents Government  Jobs etc.

PO1. – Programme Outcomes The program aims to cultivate in students virtues of commerce professionals to effectively contribute to need of society.

PO2. –  Develop fundamental knowledge of accountancy, Auditing, Taxation, Finance, Marketing & provide innovation solutions to problems in business.

PO3. – To develop understanding of law & management functions through accounts & finance.

PO4. – Develop leadership qualities & integrate business systems.

PO5. –  Encourage the students for higher studies & research in commerce.

PO6.- Be able to communicate their ideas with industry effectively & efficiently.

PO7. – Develop ability to work at individual level.

PO8. –  Be able to integrate latest technology & apply it.

PO9. – Develop business models & be responsible global citizens.

PO10.- Handle information technology & accounting tools in decision making.

PO11. –  The programme is useful to develop the awareness of business law to start new business after their graduation.

PO12. –  The programme boosts the organisational skill of students and further development of overall personality development skills as per the need of society.

PO13.- Development of bargaining power amongst the students  help them to become good buyer.

PO14. – To develop numerical abilities of students.

PO15. –  To develop language abilities of students.

PO16. – To inculcate writing skills and Business correspondence.

PO17. –  To create awareness of Law and Legislations related to commerce and    business.

PO18. – To introduce recent Trends in Business, Organizations and Industries.

PO19. –  To inform about Economics Environment of Country as well as World.

PO20. – To acquire practical skill related with banking and other business.

PO21. – To provide a platform for overall development of students and develop knowledge level and awareness of students about Recent Trends of  the World.

 

Department of Microbiology

Program Specific Outcomes- 2020-21

Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, archaea, fungi and protozoa. This discipline includes fundamental research on the biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, ecology, evolution and clinical aspects of microorganisms, including the host response to these agents. The relevance and applications of these microorganisms to the surrounding environment including human life and Mother Nature becomes part of this branch. Since inception of this branch of science, Microbiology has remained a field of actively research and ever expanding in all possible directions; broadly categorized as pure and applied science. Different branches of Pure Microbiology based on taxonomy are Bacteriology, Mycology, Protozoology and Parasitology, Phycology and Virology; with considerable overlap between these specific branches over each other and also with other disciplines of life sciences, like Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology, Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Bioinformatics, etc. Areas in the applied Microbial Sciences can be identified as: Medical, Pharmaceutical, Industrial (Fermentation, Pollution Control), Air, Water, Food and Dairy, Agriculture (Plant Pathology and Soil Microbiology), Veterinary, Environmental (Ecology, Geomicrobiology); and the technological aspects of these areas.

Department of Microbiology offers B.Sc. Microbiology 

  • (F.Y.B.Sc: CBCS pattern)
  • (S.Y.B.Sc: CBCS pattern)

 

Programme specific outcomes for B.Sc. Microbiology are as follows:

Sr.No. Program Program Outcomes Program Specific Outcomes
1 BSC PO1:

To enrich students’ knowledge and train them in the pure microbial sciences

• To introduce the concepts of application and research in Microbiology

• To inculcate sense of scientific responsibilities and social and environment awareness

• To help students build-up a progressive and successful career

PO2:

Microbiological tools have been extensively used to study different life processes and are cutting edge technologies. There is a continual demand for microbiologists in the work force –education, industry and research. Career opportunities for the graduate students are available in manufacturing industry and research institutes at technical level.

F.Y.BSc:

Students will learn fundamental

concepts of microbiology including

Introduction to microbiological

world, Classification of

microorganisms, Isolation,

observation of morphology and

cultivation of microorganisms,

Techniques of Microscopy.

 

SYBSC:

Students will be given the necessary

information about classification of

specific group of microorganisms,

Physiology and genetics of

microorganisms, and applied microbiology.

 

TYBSC:

Students will deal with broad

applied areas of microbiology

that are interactive with higher living

forms. Five such areas are – medical microbiology, microbial physiology, microbial (prokaryotic and

eukaryotic) genetics, immunology and

immunopathology,

fermentation technology. The sixth course will be Applied Microbiology that will include – Dairy Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Fermentation Technology, Agriculture

Biotechnology, Fungal

Biotechnology.

 

Course Outcomes (CO) – B.Sc. Microbiology

Sr. No. Course Outcomes
 

F.Y.B.Sc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sem-I

F.Y.B.Sc. Paper I:

Introduction to

Microbiology

 

CO 1:

Students will be able to define Microbiology and

Microorganisms.

CO 2:

They will be able to identify different types of microorganisms.

CO 3:

They will be able to describe the importance and applications

of microbiology

CO 4:

They will be able to memorise and recite the names of

microorganisms with genus and species.

 

F.Y.B.Sc. Paper II:

Basic techniques in

Microbiology

CO 1:

Students will be able to define and state the principles various

techniques in microbiology.

CO 2:

They will be able to describe individual technique in detail.

CO 3:

Students will be able to name and list the growth requirements of micro-organisms.

Sem-II F.Y.B.Sc. Paper I:

Bacterial Cell and Biochemistry

 

CO 1:

Students will able to define cell and cell structure.

CO 2:

They will gain knowledge of Structure, chemical composition and functions of the different components in bacterial cell.

CO 3:

They will be introduce to biochemical characterization of components of micro-organism e.g. proteins, lipids, nucleic acids and carbohydrates and instrumental techniques to estimate these components qualitatively and quantitatively from micro-organisms or other natural sources

F.Y.B.Sc. Paper II:

Microbial cultivation and growth

CO 1:

Students will able to define media, components and requirement of media.

CO 2:

They will be able to identify different types of microorganisms based on nutritional requirement.

 

CO 3:

They will be able to describe bacterial growth, growth cure, methods used for measurement of growth.

3. F.Y.B.S.c. Practicals  

CO 1:

Students will be trained to techniques in microbiology like

staining, cultivation of microorganisms

CO 2:

They will be able to label the different parts of instruments

like incubator, Microscope, Autoclave etc.

They will be able to identify types of microorganisms with the

help of microscope.

S.Y.B.Sc.
1. MB211:

 

Medical Microbiology and Immunology

CO 1:

Students will able to Study of different pathogens with respect to –Classification, Morphological, Cultural and Biochemical characters,

CO 2:

Students will get introduced  to Chemotherapy.

CO 3:

Students will able to define immunity, cells of immune system and haematopoeisis.

CO 4:

Students will get knowledge and concept  of antigen and antibodies.

CO 5:

Students will able to differentiate between active and passive Immunization

 

2. MB 212:

 

Bacterial Physiology and Fermentation Technology

CO1:

Students will be able to restate the importance of

micro-organisms in Industry.

CO 2:

They will be able to give examples of industrially important

micro-organisms and their applications.

CO 3:

They will be able to explain process of Fermentation.

CO 4:

They will be able to distinguish between the types of

fermentations.

CO 5:

They will be able to illustrate and label different parts of

fermenters.

 

CO 6:

They will be able to distinguish between different classes of

enzymes and give examples of of each class.

CO 7:

Students will be able to illustrate and explains the metabolic

pathways.

CO 8:

They will be able to paraphrase the term oxidative and

substrate level phosphorylation

 

3.

 

MB 221:

 

Bacterial Genetics

CO 1:

They will be able to paraphrase the concept of gene.

CO 2:

They will be able to interpret the central dogma of molecular

biology

CO 3:

They will be able to explain the cellular processes like DNA

replication, transcription and translation.

 

4. MB 222:

 

Air, Water and Soil Microbiology

 

CO 1:

Students will be able to explain both air and water

microflora.

CO 2:

They will be able to distinguish between air borne infections and  water borne infections.

CO 3:

They will be able to summarise different techniques to

measure the air and water microflora and interpret the

results.

CO 4:

They will get knowledge of  different soil types, microflora etc

CO 5:

They will be able to summarise the role of microorganisms in

agriculture.

 

5. MB 213:

Practical based on MB211 & MB 212

CO 1:

Students will be introduced to various biochemical tests which will be helpful in indentification and characterization of bacteria.

CO 2:

They will gain knowledge regarding generation time,growth rate, mutagenic agents and their effect.

 

  MB 223:

Practical based on MB221 & MB 222

 

CO 1:

Students will get introduced to different air samplers, dair flora.

CO 2:

They will be able to summarise different  bacteriological tests for potability of water.

CO 3:

They will able to describe mutagen,induction and isolation.

 

T.Y.B.Sc.
1. MB 331 and 341:

Medical

Microbiology

CO 1:

Students will be able to organize diseases with respect to

system.

CO 2:

They will be able to categories disease causing organisms like

bacterial, fungal, viral etc.

CO 3:

They will be able to match diseases and their causative

agents and samples for lab diagnosis.

CO 4: They will able to understand the role antibiotics in the

irradiation of disease and resistance generate against them.

CO 5: They will be understand different types of epidemiological studies, mode of transmission and infectious disease prevention and control.

2. MB 332 and 342:

Genetics and

Molecular Biology

CO 1:

Students will be able to study central dogma in detail (DNA replication ,gene expression)

CO 2:

They will be able to describe and interpret various techniques

of gene mapping and able to solve problems based on it.

CO 3:

Students will be able to define recombinant DNA technology

(RDT) and state their applications.

Students will be able to explain the various steps in RDT.

3. MB 333 and 343:

Enzymology and

Metabolism

CO 1:

Students will be able to extend their study in enzymology

with respect to identification and purification of enzyme.

CO 2:

They will be able to describe and generalize the role of co

Enzyme, vitamins & cofactors in enzyme catalysis.

CO 3:

Students will be able to elaborate their study about

bioenergetics.

4. MB 334 and 344:

Immunology

CO 1:

Students will be able to define the term immunology.

CO 2:

They will be able to list out different cells of immune system

and describe their role in detail.

CO 3:

They will be able to distinguish between humoral and cell

specific immunity and innate and adaptive immunity

5. MB 335 and 345:

Fermentation

technology

CO 1:

Students will be able to define fermentation and fermentation technology.

CO 2:

They will be able to describe process of industrial

Fermentation and various raw materials used in industry.

CO 3:

They will be able to explain industrial processes for various

products by flow sheet diagram.

6. MB 336 and 346:

Applied

Microbiology

CO 1:

They will be able to explain milk and food spoilage due to

micro-organisms.

CO 2:

They will be able to describe and apply process of food

preservation.

CO 3:

They will be able to study GMOs and their application in dairy industry.

 

7. MB 347: Applied

Microbiology

(Practical course I)

CO 1:

Students will be trained with various techniques carried out

in industries like fermentation, food and dairy. Antibiotic assay, isolation of industrially important organisms and biofertilizer preparation.

8. MB 348:

Biochemistry and

molecular biology

(Practical course

CO 1:

Students will be trained in various biochemical techniques

like chromatography, centrifugation, qualitative and

quantitative analysis of biochemical biomolecules.

9. MB 349: Clinical

Microbiology

(Practical course III)

CO 1:

Students will be trained with various techniques in clinical

Microbiology like isolation and identification of pathogen by

classical and serological methods.

 

Department of Chemistry

Program Specific Outcomes

The syllabus of Chemistry for First year has been redesigned for Choice based Credit System (CBCS) to be implemented form 2019-2020. In CBCS pattern semester system has been adopted for FY, SY and T.Y.B.Sc  Syllabus for Specific Core Courses of Chemistry (2 Theory and 1 Practical) subject for F. Y. B. Sc. is to be implemented from the year 2019-20. Syllabus for S. Y. and T. Y. B. Sc. will be implemented from the year 2020-21 and 2021-22 respectively as per structure approved.

Program Program outcomes Program specific outcomes
1 B Sc. Chemistry . PO1:

To enrich students’ knowledge and train them in the pure Chemistry subject.

To introduce the concepts of application and research in Chemistry

To inculcate sense of scientific responsibilities and social and environment awareness.  To help students build-up a progressive and successful career

PO2:

Chemistry experiments have been extensively used to study different life processes and are cutting edge technologies. There is a demand of chemistry peoples in the work force –education, industry and research. Career opportunities for the graduate students are available in manufacturing industry and research institutes at technical level.

F.Y.B.Sc.

Students understand basic concept of physical, organic and Inorganic chemistry. To impart practical skills and learn basics behind experiments. To prepare back ground for advanced and applied studies in chemistry.

S.Y.BSc.

To understand basic concept/principles of Physical, Analytical, Organic and Inorganic chemistry. To impart practical skills and learn basics behind experiments. To prepare background for advanced and applied studies in chemistry.

 

 

Sr.No. Class Course Course Outcomes
1 F.Y.B.Sc.

 

SEMISTER- I

CH- 101: Physical Chemistry (2 Credits, 36 Lectures of 50 min.) CO1:  Chemical Energetics:

1.Students will be able to apply thermodynamic principles to physical and chemical process

2.Calculations of enthalpy , Bond energy, Bond dissociation energy , resonance energy

3.Variation of enthalpy with temperature –Kirchoff’s equation 4.Third law of thermodynamic and its applications

CO2: Chemical Equilibrium:

1. Relation between Free energy and equilibrium and factors affecting on equilibrium constant.

2.Exergonic and endergonic reaction

3.Gas equilibrium, equilibrium constant and molecular interpretation of equilibrium constant 4.Van’t Haff equation and its application

CO3: Ionic equilibria:

Students must understand

1.Concept to ionization process occurred in acids, bases and pH scale

2.Related concepts such as Common ion effect hydrolysis constant, ionic product, solubility product

3.Degree of hydrolysis and pH for different salts , buffer solutions

CH- 102: Organic Chemistry (2 Credits, 36 Lectures of 50 min.) CO:

1. The students are expected to understand the fundamentals, principles, and recent developments in the subject area.

2. It is expected to inspire and boost interest of the students towards chemistry as the main subject.

3. To familiarize with current and recent developments in Chemistry.

4. To create foundation for research and development in Chemistry.

CH- 103: Chemistry Practical Course I (1.5 Credits, 46.8 Lectures of 50 min.) CO:

1.Importance of chemical safety and Lab safety while performing experiments in laboratory

2.Determination of thermochemical parameters and related concepts

3.Techniques of pH measurements 4.Preparation of buffer solutions

5.Elemental analysis of organic compounds (non instrumental)

6.Chromatographic Techniques for separation of constituents of mixtures

 
F.Y.B.Sc.

 

SEMISTER- II

CH-201: Inorganic Chemistry (2 Credits, 36 Lectures of 50 min.) CO1: Atomic Structure

1.Various theories and principles applied to revel atomic structure

2.Origin of quantum mechanics and its need to understand structure of hydrogen atom 3.Schrodinger equation for hydrogen atom 4.Radial and angular part of hydrogenic wave functions 5.Significance of quantum numbers 6.Shapes of orbitals

CO2: Periodicity of Elements

1.Explain rules for filling electrons in various orbitals- Aufbau’s principle, Pauli exclusion principle, Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity 2.Discuss electronic configuration of an atom and anomalous electronic configurations. 3.Describe stability of half-filled and completely filled orbitals.

4.Discuss concept of exchange energy and relative energies of atomic orbitals

5. Design Skeleton of long form of periodic table.

6. Describe Block, group, modern periodic law and periodicity.

7.Classification of elements as main group, transition and inner transition elements 8.Write name, symbol, electronic configuration, trends and properties.

CO3: Chemical Bonding

1. Attainment of stable electronic configurations.

2.Define various types of chemical bonds- Ionic, covalent, coordinate and metallic bond

3.Explain characteristics of ionic bond, types of ions, energy consideration in ionic bonding, lattice and solvation energy and their importance in the context of stability and solubility of ionic compounds

4.Summarize Born-Lande equation and Born-Haber cycle,

5.Define Fajan’s rule, bond moment, dipole moment and percent ionic character.

CH- 202: Analytical Chemistry (2 Credits, 36 Lectures of 50 min.) CO1:  Introduction to Analytical Chemistry1. Analytical Chemistry –branch of chemistry

2. Perspectives of analytical Chemistry

3. analytical problems

CO2: Calculations used in Analytical Chemistry

1. Calculations of mole, molar concentrations and various units of concentrations which will be helpful for preparation of solution

2. Relation between molecular formula and empirical formula iii. Stoichiometric calculation 3. Define term mole, millimole, molar concentration, molar equilibrium concentration and Percent Concentration.

4. SI units, distinction between mass and weight 5. Units such as parts per million, parts per billion, parts per thousand, solution-dilatant volume ratio, function density and specific gravity of solutions.

CO3:  Qualitative Analysis of Organic

1. Compounds Basics of type determination, characteristic tests and classifications, reactions of different functional groups. Separation of binary mixtures and analysis. Elemental analysis -Detection of nitrogen, sulfur, halogen and phosphorous by Lassiagen’s test. iii. Purification techniques for organic compounds.

CO4 Chromatographic Techniques

Paper and Thin layer Chromatography

1. Basics of chromatography and types of chromatography

2. Theoretical background for Paper and Thin Layer Chromatography

CO5  pH metry

pH meter and electrodes for pH measurement. Measurement of pH. Working of pH meter. Applications of pH meter

   

 

 The syllabus of Chemistry for second year has been redesigned for Choice based Credit System (CBCS: 2019 pattern)to be implemented form 2020-21.Syllabus for Specific Core Courses of Chemistry (2 Theory and 1 Practical) subject for F. Y. B. Sc is to be implemented from the year 2019-20. Syllabus for S. Y. and T. Y. B. Sc. will be implemented from the year 2020-21 and 2021-22 respectively as per structure approved.

Sr.No. Class Program Program specific outcomes
1 S.Y.B.Sc.

 

SEMISTER- III & IV

CH 301 Physical and analytical chemistry

 

CH 302 Inorganic and Organic chemistry

PO:

To understand basic concept/principles of Physical, Analytical, Organic and Inorganic chemistry.2. To impart practical skills and learn basics behind experiments.3. To prepare background for advanced and applied studies in chemistry.

 

 

S.N. Class Course Course Outcomes
 
S.Y.B.Sc.

 

SEMISTER-III

CH 301 Physical and analytical chemistry [2credit, 36 L]

 

CO1: Chemical kinetics

Students must be understood the definitions/ Explain concept of kinetics, terms used, rate laws, Molecularity, order. Explain factors affecting rate of reaction. Explain / discuss / derive integrated rate laws, characteristics, expression for half-life and examples of zero order, first order, and second order reactions. Determination of order of reaction by integrated rate equation method, graphical method, half-life method and differential method. Explain/ discuss the term energy of activation with the help of energy diagram. Explanation for temperature coefficient and effect of temperature on rate constant k. Derivation of Arrhenius equation and evaluation of energy of activation graphically. Derivations of collision theory and transition state theory of bimolecular reaction and comparison.

CO2: Surface Chemistry

Students must be understand the definitions / explain adsorption, classification of given processes into physical and chemical adsorption. Discuss factors influencing adsorption, its characteristics, differentiates types as physisorption and Chemisorptions. Classification of Adsorption Isotherms, to derive isotherms. Explanation of adsorption results in the light of Langmuir adsorption isotherm, Freundlich’s adsorption Isotherm and BET theory. Apply adsorption process to real life problem. Solve / discuss problems using theory.

CO3: Errors in Quantitative Analysis

Students understand the definetions, explain and compare meaning of accuracy and precision. Apply the methods of expressing the errors in analysis from results. Explain / discuss different terms related to errors in quantitative analysis. Apply statistical methods to express his / her analytical results in laboratory. Solve problems applying equations.

CO4: Volumetric analysis

Students learn definitions of different terms in volumetric analysis such as units of concentration, indicator, equivalence point, end point, standard solutions, primary and secondary standards, complexing agent, precipitating agent, oxidizing agent, reducing agent, redox indicators, acid base indicators, etc. Perform calculations involved in volumetric analysis. Explain why indicator show colour change and pH range of colour change. To prepare standard solution and perform standardization of solutions. To construct acid –base titration curves and performs choice of indicator for particular titration. Explain / discuss acid-base titrations, complexometric titration / precipitation titration / redox titration. Apply volumetric methods of analysis to real problem in analytical chemistry.

CH-302: Inorganic and Organic Chemistry[2credit, 36 L] CO1: Molecular Orbital Theory of Covalent Bonding

Students must be learn the definitions and terms related to molecular orbital theory. Explain and apply LCAO principlefor the formation of MO’s from AO’s. Explain formation of different types of MO’s from AO’s. Distinguish between atomic and molecular orbitals, bonding, anti-bonding and non-bonding molecular orbitals. Drawand explain MO energy level diagrams for homo and hetero diatomic molecules. Explain bond order and magnetic property of molecule.

CO2: Introduction to Coordination Compounds

Students must be understanding the definitions and different terms related to the coordination chemistry. Explain Werner’s theory of coordination compounds. Differentiate between primary and secondary valency. Correlate coordination number and structure of complex ion. Apply IUPAC nomenclature to coordination compound.

CO3: Aromatic Hydrocarbons:

Students understand the definitions and draw the structures aromatic hydrocarbons from their names. Explain / discuss synthesis of aromatic hydrocarbons. Give the mechanism of reactions involved. Explain /Discuss important reactions of aromatic hydrocarbon.5. To correlate reagent and reactions.

CO4: Alkyl and Aryl Halides

Students understand the definitions of  Alkyl and Aryl Halides. Identify and draw the structures alkyl / aryl halides from their names or from structure name can be assigned. Explain / discuss synthesis of alkyl / aryl halides. Write / discuss the mechanism of Nucleophilic Substitution (SN1, SN2and SNi) reactions. Explain /Discuss important reactions of alkyl / aryl halides. To correlate reagent and reactions. Give synthesis of expected alkyl / aryl halides.

CO5: Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

Students understand the definitions and draw the structures of alcohols / phenols from their names or from structure name can be assigned. Able to differentiate between alcohols and phenols. Explain / discuss synthesis of alcohols / phenols. Write / discuss the mechanism of various reactions involved. Explain /Discuss important reactions of alcohols / phenols. To correlate reagent and reactions of alcohols / phenols. Give synthesis of expected alcohols / phenols.

CH-303: Practical Chemistry-III [2 credit, 72L] CO:

1. Verify theoretical principles experimentally.

2. Interpret the experimental data on the basis of theoretical principles.

3. Correlate theory to experiments. Understand/verify theoretical principles by experiment observations; explain practical output / data with the help of theory.

4. Understand systematic methods of identification of substance by chemical methods.

5. Write balanced equation for the chemical reactions performed in the laboratory.

6. Perform organic and inorganic synthesis and is able to follow the progress of the chemical reaction by suitable method (colour change, ppt. formation, TLC).

7. Set up the apparatus / prepare the solutions -properly for the designed experiments.

8. Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of substances explain principles behind it.

9. Systematic working skill in laboratory will be imparted in student.

S.N. Class Course Course Outcomes
S.Y.B.Sc.

 

SEMISTER-IV

CH-401: Physical and Analytical Chemistry [Credit: 2, 36 L] CO1: Phase equilibrium

Students must be learn definitions & the terms in phase equilibria such as-system, phase in system, components in system, degree of freedom, one / two component system, phase rule, etc. Explain meaning and Types of equilibrium such as true or static, metastable and unstable equilibrium. Discuss meaning of phase, component and degree of freedom.  Derive of phase rule. Explain of one component system with respect to: Description of the curve, Phase rule relationship and typical features for i) Water system ii) Carbon dioxide system iii) Sulphur system.

CO2: Ideal and real solutions

Students learn the definitions various terms, laws, differentiate ideal and no-ideal solutions. Discuss / explain thermodynamic aspects of Ideal solutions-Gibbs free energy change, Volume change, Enthalpy change and entropy change of mixing of Ideal solution. Differentiate between ideal and non-ideal solutions and can apply Raoult’s law. Interpretation of i) vapour pressure–composition diagram ii) temperature-composition diagram. Explain distillation of liquid solutions from temperature –composition diagram. Explain / discuss azeotropes, Lever rule, Henrys law and its application.

CO3: Conductometry

Students must learn the definitions of different terms in conductometry such as electrolytic conductance, resistance, conductance, Ohm’s law, cell constant, specific and equivalent conductance, molar conductance, Kohlrausch’s law, etc.Discuss / explain Kohlrausch’s law and its Applications, Conductivity Cell, Conductivity Meter, Whetstone Bridge.Explain / discuss conductometric titrations. Apply conductometric methods of analysis to real problem in analytical laboratory. Solve problems based on theory / equations.

CO4: Colorimetry

Students learn the following points. Explain / define different terms in Colorimetrysuch as radiant power, transmittance, absorbance, molar, Lamberts Law, Beer’s Law, molar absorptivity. Discuss / explain / derive Beer’s law of absorptivity. Explain construction and working of colorimeter. Apply colorimetric methods of analysis to real problem in analytical laboratory. Solve problems based on theory / equations. Correlate different terms with each other and derive equations for their correlations.

CO5: Column Chromatography

Explain / define different terms in column chromatography such as stationary phase, mobile phase, elution, adsorption, ion exchange resin, adsorbate, etc.Explain properties of adsorbents, ion exchange resins, etc. Discuss /explain separation of ionic substances using resins.Discuss / explain separation of substances using silica gel / alumina. Apply column chromatographic process for real analysis in analytical laboratory.

CH-402: Inorganic and Organic Chemistry [2 credit, 36L] CO1: Isomerism in coordination complexes

Students learn the isomerism in coordination complexes.  Explain different types of isomerism in coordination complexes.

CO2: Valance Bond Theory of Coordination Compounds

Students learn the  principles of VBT to explain bonding in coordination compound of different geometries. Correlate no of unpaired electrons and orbitals used for bonding. Identify / explain / discuss inner and outer orbital complexes. Explain / discuss limitation of VBT.

CO3: Crystal Field Theory

Students learn following points. Explain principle of CFT. Applycrystal field theory to different type of complexes(Td, Oh,Sq. Pl complexes). Explain strong field and weak field ligand approach in Oh complexes.  Magnetic properties of coordination compounds on the basis of weak and strong ligand field ligand concept. Origin of colour of coordination complex. Calculate field stabilization energyand magnetic movementfor various complexes.To identify Td and Sq. Pl complexes on the basis of magnetic properties / unpaired electrons. Explain spectrochemical series, tetragonal distortion / Jahn-Teller effect in Cu(II) Oh complexesonly.

CO4:  Aldehydes and Ketones

Students learn the definitions and draw the structures aldehydes and ketonesfrom their names or from structure name can be assigned. Explain / discuss synthesis of aldehydes and ketones. Write / discuss the mechanism reactions of aldehydes and ketones. Explain /Discuss important reactions of aldehydes and ketones. To correlate reagent and reactions of aldehydes and ketones. Give synthesis of expected aldehydes and ketones. Perform inter conversion of functional groups.

CO5: Carboxylic acids and their derivatives

Students learn following points Identify and draw the structures carboxylic acids and their derivatives from their names or from structure name can be assigned.  Explain / discuss synthesis of carboxylic acids and their derivatives.  Write / discuss the mechanism reactions carboxylic acids and their derivatives.  Explain /Discuss important reactions of carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Correlate reagent and reactions of carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Give synthesis of expected carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Perform inter conversion of functional groups.

CO6: Amines and Diazonium Salts

Students learn following points 1. Identify and draw the structures amines from their names or from structure name can be assigned.

2. Explain / discuss synthesis of carboxylic amines.

3. Write / discuss the mechanism reactions carboxylic amines.

4. Explain /Discuss important reactions of carboxylic amines.

5. To correlate reagent and reactions of carboxylic amines.

6. Give synthesis diazonium salt from amines and reactions of diazonium salt.

7. Perform inter conversion of functional groups.

CO7: Stereochemistry of Cyclohexane

Students must draw the structures of different conformations of cyclohexane. Define terms such as axial hydrogen, equatorial hydrogen, confirmation, substituted cyclohexane, etc. Convert one conformation of cyclohexane to another conformation and should able to identify governing structural changes. Explain / discuss stability with respect to potential energy of different conformations of cyclohexane. Draw structures of different conformations of methyl / t-butyl monosubstituted cyclohexane (axial, equatorial) and 1, 2 dimethyl cyclohexane. Identify cis- and trans-isomers of 1, 2 dimethyl substituted cyclohexane and able to compare their stability.

 

 Department of Physics

Program Specific Outcomes

After completion of this program students will be able to.

  • Explain evaluate and effectively interpret factual clarions theories and assumptions for students’ discipline (Physics).
  • Find access critically evaluate and ethically use of information.
  • Integrate quantitative and qualitative information to reach creative conclusions.
  • Develop capabilities to work independently and in

co-operation with others.

  • Apply concepts of sustainability to analyse challenges facing humans and earth’s resources.
  • To help students to learn various experimental and computational tools thereby developing analytical abilities to address real world problems

 

Course Outcomes

F.Y.B.Sc

Sr.No. Syllabus Outcome
1. Mechanics CO 1.:- The first two chapters of the

course will help students to

understand detail basic laws used

in mechanics with their

applications.

CO 2.:- Third, Fourth and Fifth chapters

will help the students to

understand properties such as

surface tension, Elasticity &

viscosity with their applications in

our daily life.

2. Physics Principles & Applications CO 1.:-  This course is introduced the

basic principles used in atoms &

molecules.

CO 2.:- An important device  laser is also

introduces to give the depth

understanding of  its mechanism

& applications.

CO 3.:-  Students will get the knowledge of

Electromagnetic  radiations.

CO 4.:-  Such as radio waves, X-rays,

visible light, infrared light,

ultraviolet light etc.

CO 5.:-  The student will learn principle of

Pyrometer, solar cell, microwave

Oven, RADAR, C-T Scan etc.

3. Heat & Thermodynamics CO 1.:-  The course gives the basic ideas &

understanding of gas theory &

gas equations.

CO 2.:-  Experiments of thermodynamics

are developing the knowledge of

students about history & origin of

concepts.

CO 3.:-  This course will help the students

to study & understand laws of

thermodynamics different

process.

CO 4.:-  Applications of heat engines,

refrigerators air conditioning etc.

CO  5.:-  Student will get information of

different principles, types &

information of different principles

types & applications of

thermometry.

4. Electromagnetism CO 1.:-  This course is important which is

useful to understand the origin

of electric & magnetic field &

determine their intensities.

CO 2.:- Student will learn electric

intensity, electric potential in

different materials.

CO 3.:- Study of dielectric materials will

be useful for different

applications.

CO 4.:- Physical significance of dielectric

parameter magnetic properties

will be helpful while applying

these fields in different regions of

application.

CO 5.:- Study of current loops helps the

student to study attractive or

repulsive nature.

5. Practical CO  1.:-  Use various instruments and

equipment.

CO 2.:- Investigate the theoretical

background of an experiment.

CO 3.:- Setup experimental equipment to

implement an experimental

approach.

CO 4.:- Work in a group to plan,

implement and report of

experiment.

CO5.:- Keep a well-maintained and

instructive laboratory logbook.

 

S.Y.B.Sc

Sr.No. Syllabus Outcome
1.  

Mathematical method in physics-I

CO 1.:- Student will understand the

algebra of complex numbers.

CO 2.:- Argand diagram, Trigonometric

functions, exponential functions

& learn applications of complex

numbers.

CO 3.:- Student will understand

successive differentiation, exact

differentiation, change of

variables.  Scalars, Vectors, dot &

cross product, scalar tripple

product,  vector tripple product &

their applications.

CO 4.:- Gradient, divergence & curl of

functions& their significance.

CO 5.:- Frequently occurring differential

Equation & their applications.

CO 6.:- They will know about singular,

ordinary points & test these for

various functions.

2. Electrocnics-I CO 1.:- Student will get knowledge of

different theorems & circuit laws

with their applications.

CO 2.:- Get knowledge of diodes &

transistors & with their

applications such as rectifiers

amplifiers, Switches, power

supplies etc.

CO 3.:- Student study operational

amplifier& its applications.

CO 4.:-  Student get knowledge of number

systems used in digital

electronics, logic gates

de Morgan’s theorems &

applications.

3. Waves, Oscillations & Sound CO 1.:- Student will understand different

equilibria  definition of linear &

angular  S. H. M. & their

applications, damped &

undamped oscillations.

CO 2.:- Forced oscillations equations of

longitudinal & transverse waves &

their solutions.

CO 3.:- Discussion of seismie wave & their                 effects. Doppler effect & applications.

CO 4.:- About sound intensity, loudness,

level measurement in decibel,

reverberation time & designing of

hall, stroboscope etc.

 

4.

 

Optics

 

CO 1.:- Student will get knowledge of

Lenses & their uses.

CO 2.:- Study aberration & how to remove

the aberrations.

CO 3.:- Student will get knowledge of

compound microscope, sample

microscope & different type of

eyepieces.

CO 4.:- Student  will study different

phenomenon of light such as

interference diffraction

polarisation  & their applications.

 

5. Practical CO  1.:-  Use various instruments and

equipment.

CO 2.:- Design experiment to test a

hypothesis and/or determine the

value of an unknown quantity.

CO 3.:- Investigate the theoretical

background of an experiment.

CO 4.:- Setup experimental equipment to

implement an experimental

approach.

CO 5.:- Analyze the data, plot appropriate

graphs and reach conclusion from

data analysis.

CO 6.:- Work in a group to plan,

implement and report on a

project/experiment.

CO7.:- Keep a well-maintained and

instructive laboratory logbook.

 

T.Y.B.Sc

Sr.No. Syllabus Outcome
1. Mathematical Method in Physics-II CO 1.:- Student will get information about

various co-ordinate systems for

solving  physics problems student

will able to explain different

between Newtonian & Einstein

relativity.

CO 2.:- He can solve physics problems

using differential equations.

CO 3.:- He will know the important of

Special function in physics & their

solutions.

CO 4.:- Student will also able to use

Michelson Morley Interferometer

experiment for proving the

constancy of speed of light.

2. Solid State Physics CO 1.:- Student will know various types of

crystal structures & their

properties.

CO 2.:- X-ray diffractions techniques for

analysis of materials.

 

CO 3.:- Theoretical knowledge about band

of metals, insulators &

semiconductors.

CO 4.:- Student will know different

magnetic materials, their

characteristics& uses.

CO 5.:- Student will able to outline

importance of solid state physics

in modern society & perform

structures using various

techniques such as symmetry

operations, miller indices etc.

3. Classical Mechanics CO 1.:- Student will able to solve

problems related to Newton’s

laws, Kepler’s laws & their

applications in planetary motion.

CO 2.:- He may apply Lagrangian&

Hamiltonian equations to solve

these problems.

CO 3.:- He can explain types of scattering

& get idea of canonical

Transformation  for solving

problemsin mechanics.

CO 4.:- Student will use conservation of

energy & linear as well as angular

momentum to solve dynamic

problems.

CO 5.:- Thus student will get deep

understanding of Newton’s laws in

mechanics.

4. Atomic  & Molecular Physics CO 1.:- Student will explain various

atomic models & their assumption

as well as applications.

CO 2.:- He can get idea of different types

of coupling.

CO 3.:- He will able to develop Zeeman

effect set up.

CO 4.:- He can explain X- ray

spectroscopy, Raman

spectroscopy & their applications.

CO 5.:- He will know idea of rotational &

vibrational spectra.

CO 6.:- Student will able to discuss energy

levels , hydrogen atom &

properties of atoms & its

importance.

5. C-Programming & Computational Physics CO 1:- Student will know the basic idea of

algorithm, flowchart, syntax of

C-programming language reserve

words constant, variables,

operators, arrays, pointers,

functions  etc.

CO 2.:- Student will solve problems in

Physics using different

Computation methods such as

Newton Rhason method, Bisection

method, Trapezoidal rule,

Simpson’s rule etc.

CO 3.:- He will know the basic graphic

commands to draw different

figures.

CO 4.:- He can write C-program for any

problem in physics.

6. Elements of Material Science CO 1.:- The student will explain electric,

mechanical & thermal properties

of materials.

CO 2.:- Student will study defect in solid

like line, surface & volume defects.

CO 3.:- Student will know diffusion

mechanism according to Fick’s law.

CO 4.:- Student studies phases of metals

& explain CRSS(Critical Resolved

Shear stress), Plastic deformation.

CO 5.:- Student will know polymerisation

process.

CO 6.:- Student will know about ceramic

materials  by addition &

condensation methods.

CO 7.:- For phase diagram student will

know lever rule & Gibb’s phase

rule & phases of substance.

CO 8.:- Student will know about smart

materials along with their

properties & applications.

7. Classical Electrodynamics CO 1.:- Student will be able to solve

problems on electric intensity &

potentials using law of

electrostatics.

CO 2.:- Student will explain generation of

magnetic field by electric currents.

CO 3.:- He will interpret the meaning of

the Maxwell’s equations in

magnetic & dielectric media.

CO 4.:- Student will obtain scalar & vector

potential equations in presence

of sources.

8. Quantum  Mechanics CO 1.:- Student will get basic knowledge

of classical & quantum mechanics

& comparison of two .

CO 2.:- Get idea of wave function & its

normalisation.

CO 3.:- Student can derive Schrodinger’s

time dependent  &

time-independent equations &

can apply  them to solve problems

in physics & get appropriate

solutions.

CO 4.:- Student will get the idea of

uncertainty principle &application

of it.

CO 5.:- Student will know operators in

quantum mechanics & their

properties to find expectation

values.

CO 6.:- Student can solve different

properties of commutator

operators.

 

CO 7.:- He will get idea of parity of

functions.

CO 8.:- Student can obtain eigen vale &

eigen functions.

9. Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics CO 1.:-Student will explain assumptions of

Kinetic theory of gases.

CO 2.:-He will explain the physical

significance of Maxwell’s equations

and get idea of statistical concepts

for solving physics problems.

 

CO 3.:- He can calculate density states,

probability using statistical laws.

CO 4.:- Student will know different types

of ensembles used in statistics.

CO 5.:- Student will get idea of classical

and quantum statics.

 

CO 6.:- Student will get knowledge of skill

to use statistical physics method,

such as Boltzmann distribution,

Gibb’s distribution, Fermi Dirac and

Bose Einstein distribution to solve

Physics problem.

CO 7.:- Student can apply concepts and

Laws of thermodynamics to solve

problems in gases, heat engines

and refrigerators etc.

 

 

 

10. Nuclear Physics CO 1.:-Student will get idea of nuclear and

their properties..

CO 2.:- Student will explain radioactivity

& its applications.

CO 3.:- Students will know the

fundamental properties of nuclear

forces, particle accelerators and

detectors.

CO 4.:- Student will get information about

energy generation using nuclear

reactions and can calculate the

parameters of nuclear reaction

such as packing fraction.

 

CO 5.:- Student will able to demonstrate

A knowledge and broad

understanding of nuclear physics.

11. Electronics-II CO 1.:- Student will explain different

types of diode and their

applications.

CO 2.:- Student will classify amplifiers and

able to design different types of

amplifiers.

CO 3.:- Student will know applications of

Op-Amp.

Such as integrator, differentiator,

adder, subtractions.

CO 4 .:- Student will explain block diagram

and applications of time 555.

CO 5.:- Student can explain different

types of power supply (723, 78XX,

79XX  etc).

CO 6.:- Design of law higher voltage

power supplies.

CO 7.:- Student can explain adder,

subtractor, multiplexer,

demultiplexer using logic gates,

CO 8.:- Use of Flip-flops, counters and

registers.

CO 9.:- In all at the end student can

design and analyse the electronic

circuit and can understand

current voltage characteristics of

voltage characteristics of

semiconductor devices

12. LASER CO 1.:-Student will get basic ideas of

laser, action and properties.

CO 2.:- Student can explain pumping

schemes of laser oscillators.

CO 3.:- Student will get idea about

different types of broadening.

CO 4.:- Student will know all

characteristics of lasers.

CO 5.:- Student will know types of lasers

& their uses in different fields.

 

CO 6.:-Student will know applications of

lasers in different fields.

CO 7.:- Student can plan some project

using laser and can apply their

knowledge for technological

purpose.

CO 8.:- Different experiment can be set

up to study characteristic of laser.

13. Practical Courses CO.:- Student will get knowledge by

verifying law’s of physics after

performing experiment in the

laboratory.

14. Project Course CO.: – Student will get idea of research

work by completing project in the

laboratory and can draw the

conclusion of the project.

 

Department of Botany

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO):

After successful completion of three-year degree program in Botany a student is able to;

  1. Students acquire fundamental Botanical knowledge through theory and practicals.
  2. To explain basis plant of life, morphology, reproduction and their survival in nature.
  3. Helped to understand role of living and fossil plants in our life. 4. Understand good laboratory practices and safety.
  4. Students acquired knowledge through practical work in fields as well as in laboratory.
  5. To create awareness about conservation and sustainable utilization of biodiversity.
  6. To know advance techniques in plant sciences like molecular, genetic, Phytoremediation, tissue culture, formulation of new herbal drugs, plant disease control, etc.
  7. Students able to start nursery, horticultural practices and seed production.

Course outcome (CO):

Class– F.Y.B.Sc.(CBCS Pattern) Semester-I:

PAPER-I BO-111: Plant life and utilization I

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Understand difference between Higher cryptogams and Lower cryptogams.
  2. Know the systematic, morphology and structure, of Algae. Understand the life cycle pattern

of Algae.

  1. Know the various types of lichen.
  2. Understand general characters, reproduction of Fungi.
  3. Understand the morphological diversity of Bryophytes.
  4. Understand the economic importance of the Bryophytes.

Paper-II BO 112 Plant morphology and Anatomy

On completion of the course, students are able to:

1.Know the concept of methodology in taxonomy.

  1. Know the various parts of flowers.
  2. Understand the types of fruits.

BO 113 Practical based on BO 111 & BO 112

Students should understand; 1. Study of life cycle of Spirogyra, Agaricus and Riccia. 2. Study of Lichens and its types.

  1. Practical knowledge of mushroom cultivation
  2. Structure of monocot and dicot.

Semester-II:

Paper-I BO-121: Plant life and Utilization-II

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Know the evolutionary trends and affinities of living gymnosperms with respect to external and internal features
  2. Know the economic importance of the gymnosperm and angiosperms.

Paper- II BO 122 Principles of plant science

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Understand the process of translocation of solutes in plants.

2.Understand the factors affecting growth of plants.

  1. Know the cell cycle process in plants.
  2. Learn the Structure and types of DNA and RNA.

BO 123: Practical’s based on BO 121

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Demonstrate structure of Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous plants
  2. Observe characteristic features of prokaryotic and eukaryotic plant cell.
  3. preparation of slides using onion root tips.
  4. Study about chlorophyll-a and chlorophyll-b.

Class– S.Y.B.Sc. (CBCS) Semester-III

Paper- I BO 231: Taxonomy of Angiosperms and Plant Ecology

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Trace the history of development of systems of classification emphasizing angiospermic taxa.
  2. Understand various rules, principles and recommendations of plant nomenclature produces in plant identification.
  3. Learn and understand about interdisciplinary approach of ecology.
  4. Understand ecological grouping of the plants.

Paper- II BO 232: Plant Physiology

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Understand the process of translocation of solutes in plants 2. Know the nitrogen metabolism and its importance.
  2. Know about phytohormones and vernalization in plants.

BO 233: Practical based on BO 231 & BO 232

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Know the morphological and reproductive characters of plant family.
  2. Study about ecological adaptations in Hydrophytes and Xerophytes.
  3. Demonstration of various instruments.

Semester IV:

Paper- I BO 241: Plant Anatomy and Embryology

On completion of the course, students are able to;

  1. Know Epidermal tissue system and Mechanical tissue system.
  2. Understand the Microsporangium and male gametophyte.
  3. Understand the Megasporangium and female gametophyte.

Paper- II BO 242: Plant Biotechnology

On completion of the course, students are able to:

  1. Understand the principle and basic protocols for Plant Tissue Culture.
  2. Know about the Genetic Engineering.
  3. Know about the biofuel technology

 

Department of Zoology

F.Y.B.Sc 

F.Y.B.Sc. SEMESTER I SEMESTER II
CC ZO-111 Animal Diversity I ZO-121 Animal Diversity II
CC ZO-112 Animal Ecology ZO-122 Cell Biology
CC ZO-113 Zoology Practical Paper ZO-123 Zoology Practical Paper

 

Class Course title Outcome
FYBSc

(Paper-I)

ZO-111 Animal Diversity I and II 1        The student will be able to understand classify and identify the diversity of animals.

2        The student understands the importance of classification of animals and classifies them effectively using the six levels of classification.

3        The student knows his role in nature as a protector, preserver and promoter of life which he has achieved by learning, observing and understanding life.

FYBSc-

(Paper-II)

ZO-112 Animal Ecology       1 The learners will be able to Identify and critically evaluate their own beliefs, values and actions in relation to professional and societal standards of ethics and its impact on ecosystem and biosphere due to the dynamics in population.

2 To understand anticipate, analyze and evaluate natural resource issues and act on a lifestyle that conserves nature.

3 The Learner understands and appreciates the diversity of ecosystems and applies beyond the syllabi to understand the local lifestyle and problems of the community.

4        The learner will be able to link the            intricacies of food chains, food webs and link it with human life for its betterment and for non-exploitation of the biotic and abiotic components.

5    The working in nature to save environment will help development of leadership skills to promote betterment of environment.

FYBSc-

(Paper-III)

ZO-113 Zoology Practical Paper-Animal Diversity and Animal Ecology  1 Students will better understand the classification of diverse animals with actual demonstration.

2 The learners will familiarize with actual environmental issues as pollution, eutrophication etc.

Semester-II

Class Course title Outcome
FYBSc-

(Paper-II)

ZO-122 Cell Biology 1 The learner will understand the importance of cell as a structural and functional unit of life.

2 The learner understands and compares between the prokaryotic and eukaryotic system and extrapolates the life to the aspect of development.

3 The dynamism of bio membranes indicates the dynamism of life. Its working mechanism and precision are responsible for our performance in life.

4 The cellular mechanisms and its functioning depend on endo-membranes and structures. They are best studied with microscopy.

 

FYBSc-

(Paper-III)

ZO-123 Zoology Practical Paper 1 The learners will know about the structure and function of variety of cells.

2 Students will able to know the dimensions of each type of cell

3 With actual microscopic demonstration of variety   of cells students will understand about the   cells and their subcellular organelles.

 

Class-S.Y.B.Sc

S.Y.B.Sc. SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
CC ZO-231 Animal Diversity III ZO-241 Animal Diversity IV
CC ZO-232 Applied Zoology I ZO-242 Applied Zoology II
CC ZO-233 Zoology Practical Paper ZO-243 Zoology Practical Paper

 

 Semester- III AND IV

Class Course title Outcome
SYBSc

(Paper-I)

ZO-231 Animal Diversity III and IV 1.                 The students will be able to understand, classify and identify the diversity of higher vertebrates.

2.                 The students will able to understand the complexity of higher vertebrates

3.                 The students will be able to understand different life functions of higher vertebrates.

4.                 The students will be able to understand the linkage among different groups of higher vertebrates.

5.                 The student will become aware regarding his role and responsibility towards nature as a protector, to understand his role as a trustee. and conservator of life which he has achieved by learning, observing and understanding life

SYBSc-

(Paper-II)

ZO-232 Applied Zoology I and II 1.                 The learner understands the basics about beekeeping tools, equipment, and managing beehives.

2.                 The learner understands the basic information about fishery, cultural and harvesting methods of fishes and fish preservation techniques.

3.                 The learner understands the biology, varieties of silkworms and the basic techniques of silk production.

4.                 The learner understands the types of agricultural pests, Major insect pests of agricultural importance and Pest control practices.

 

SYBSc-

(Paper-III)

ZO-233 Zoology Practical Paper I AND II  1 Students will better understand the classification with terminologies related to different animals from different Phylum

2 With the practical’s of Applied Zoology learners will get the knowledge of Sericulture, Agricultural pests, their control, appliances, Bee culture

3 By actual field visit students will be inspired by sericulture, Apiculture, Bee products or related cottage industries.

 

 

Department of Mathematics

Program Specific Outcomes

(i) A student should be able to recall basic facts about mathematics and should be able to display knowledge of conventions such as notations, terminology and recognize basic geometrical figures and graphical displays , state important facts resulting from their studies.

(ii) A student should get a relational understanding of mathematical concepts and concerned structures, and should be able to follow the patterns involved, mathematical reasoning.

(iii) A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them many aspects of Mathematical Sciences.

(iv) A student be able to apply their skills and knowledge, that is, translate information presented verbally into mathematical form, select and use appropriate mathematical formulae or techniques in order to process the information and draw the relevant conclusion.

(v) A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present and future role as part of our culture.

Course Outcome:

Paper I: Algebra and Analytical Geometry

  1. Students will be understand the basic but important concepts of mathematics namely set, realtions, functions, gcd,lcm etc.

2.Prove mathematical statements using mathematical Induction.

  1. Solve various problems on properties of integers and use the basic concepts of divisibility, congruence and their applications in basic algebra.
  2. Students will be understand the concept of complex number and related theory geometrically.Do the comparison between complex number and real number.

5.Solve the problems of lines in three dimension,planes, spheres and how geometry is related to algebra by using their algebraic equations.

Paper II:Calculus

After completing the course, students will able to-

  1. Identify algebraic and order properties of real numbers.
  2. Identify and apply the function properties of real number system such as the completeness property
  3. Verify the values of limit of a function at a point using the definition of a limit. Students develop knowledge in the limit, continuity and Students will be familiar with the techniques of differentiation of function with real variables.
  4. Identify and apply the intermediate value thm, Mean value thm and L‟Hospital‟s rule
  5. Identify types of differential equations and solve differential equations such as Exact, homogeneous,non-homogeneous, and linear and Bernoulli differential equations etc.

Paper III: Practical

After completing the course, students will able to-

1.get the information about mathematical software’s free as well as paid.

2.learn how to handle maxima software and other mathematical software’s.

Paper I : MT-241: Linear Algebra ( Sem. II)

Expected Outcomes :

After completing the course, students will able to-

1.solve system of linear equation using row echelon and reduced row echelon form.

2.identify whether the given set is vector space or not.

3.check linear dependence and independence of the given set.

4.write basis and dimension of standard vector spaces.

5.find Row, Column and Null Space of a matrix.

6.identify whether given function is a linear Transformation or not

7.solve problems related Kernel and range of a linear Transformation , Rank-Nullity theorem

Composite and Inverse Transformation.

8.find matrix of a Linear Transformation.

  1. solve the examples of the Linear Isomorphism.

Paper III: Practical

Expected Outcomes:

After completing the course, students will able to-

1.get the information about mathematical software’s free as well as paid.

2.learn how to handle maxima software and other mathematical software’s.

3.learn how to use mathematical software’s in learning process.

4.learn the mathematical concepts geometrically using maxima software.

5.use of Mathematical Software Maxima for better understanding of all mathematical concept.

6.verify the statement of theorems, lemmas and result using counter examples.

3.learn how to use mathematical software’s in learning process.

4.learn the mathematical concepts geometrically using maxima software.

5.use of Mathematical Software Maxima for better understanding of all mathematical concept.

6.verify the statement of theorems, lemmas and result using counter examples.

Name of Course: BCOM

Class : FYBCOM

Semester: I

Business Mathematics & Statistics- I

Course Code – 114 (A) (No. of Credits:- 03)

Objective of the Program:

  1. To introduce the basic concepts in Finance and Business Mathematics and Statistics
  2. To familiar the students with applications of Statistics and Mathematics in Business
  3. To acquaint students with some basic concepts in Statistics.
  4. To learn some elementary statistical methods for analysis of data.
  5. The main outcome of this course is that the students are able to analyze the data by using some elementary statistical methods

Expected Outcomes:

After completing the course, students will able …

  1. To understand the concept of Simple interest, compound interest, effect of compounding.
  2. To understand the concept of Annuity and its applications for EMIs and Amortization

Schedule.

  1. To understand the concept of shares and mutual funds.
  2. To understand contribution of shares and mutual funds in systematic investment plans
  3. To solve problems related to shares and mutual funds.

6.To understand collection of data , analyzing and interpreting data.

  1. To Know different method of sampling

8.To classify and represent data in tabular and graphical form.

  1. To compute various measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion

Class : FYBCOM

Semester: II

Business Mathematics & Statistics- II

Course Code – 124 (B) (No. of Credits :- 03)

Depth of the program – Basic Knowledge of Mathematics and Statistics

Objective :

  1. To introduce the basic concepts in Finance and Business Mathematics and Statistics
  2. To familiar the students with applications of Statistics and Mathematics in Business
  3. To acquaint students with some basic concepts in Statistics.
  4. To learn some elementary statistical methods for analysis of data.
  5. The main outcome of this course is that the students are able to analyze the data by using some elementary statistical methods .

Expected Outcomes:

After completing the course, students will able …

1.To understand the concept of matrices and determinants.

2.To understand the application of determinant in solving linear equations

3.To understand applications of matrices and determinants in business and economics.

4.To understand the concept of LPP and its application in business and decision making.

5.To understand graphical method to solve business optimization problems with two variables.

6.To use correlation for knowing the relationship between two variables.

7.To use regression for prediction.

8.To know different types index numbers and problems in their construction.

9.To know the applications of various index numbers.

Name of Course: B. Sc (Mathematics)

Class : SYBSc

Aims:

  • Give the students a sufficient knowledge of fundamental principles, methods and a clear

perception of innumerous power of mathematical ideas and tools and know how to use

them by modeling ,solving and interpreting.

  • Reflecting the broad nature of the subject and developing mathematical tools for

continuing further study in various fields of science.

  • Enhancing students overall development and to equip them with mathematical modeling

abilities, problem solving skills, creative talent and power of communication necessary

for various kinds of employment .

  • Enabling students to develop a positive attitude towards mathematics as an interesting

and valuable subject of study.

Objectives:

  • A student should be able to recall basic facts about mathematics and should be able to

display knowledge of conventions such as notations, terminology and recognize basic

geometrical figures and graphical displays ,state important facts resulting from their

studies.

  • A student should get a relational understanding of mathematical concepts and concerned

structures, and should be able to follow the patterns involved, mathematical reasoning.

  • A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them

many aspects of Mathematical Sciences.

  • A student be able to apply their skills and knowledge, that is, translate information

presented verbally into mathematical form, select and use appropriate mathematical

formulae or techniques in order to process the information and draw the relevant

conclusion.

  • A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present

and future role as part of our culture.

Outcomes of Course:

Upon completion of the course, the students will achieve the following.

(i) The mathematical maturity of students in their current and future courses

shall develop.

(ii) The student develops theoretical, applied and computational skills.

(iii) The student gains confidence in proving theorems and solving problems.

Paper I :MT-231: Calculus of Several Variables( Sem. I)

Expected Outcomes :

1.Students will be understand the function of several variables ( at least 2 or 3 variables)and basic notions related to it like graphs, level curve/surface, limit and continuity of functions geometrically.

2.Studentds will able to find higher order partial derivatives and apply chain rule.

3.Studends will be able to solve extreme values problems and apply to real life situations.

4.Students will be able to solve the examples of the double and triple integrals.

5.Students will able to apply the concepts of mathematics in real life situations.

Paper II(A): Numerical Methods and it’s Applications (Sem. I)

Expected Outcomes:

After completing the course, students will able to-

  1. Identify algebraic, exponential and logarithmic Functions.
  2. Identify Absolute, relative and Percentage errors and general error formula.
  3. To find the root of equations by various methods like Bisection method, False Position and Newton methods.
  4. Develop knowledge in the interpolation by using forward, backward and Lagrange’s formula

5.To find first and second differentiation and integration by using Trapezoidal, Simpson’s Rules from given data and

  1. To develops the techniques to find more correct approximations by Euler’s and Euler’s modified method of first order differential equations. Also, by using Runge –Kutta Second and Forth order formula.

 

BSc Geography (General)

Course Outcomes

 Gg-111 Introduction to Physical Geography-I (Geomorphology)

Students will

  • Know the basic & latest concepts in Geomorphology.
  • Understand utility & application of Geomorphology in different regions and environment.
  • Aware of the need of protection and conservation of different types of landforms.
  • able to know earth size, shape, radius, parallels of latitudes & meridians of longitudes.
  • Acquaint the knowledge about origin of continents & ocean basins.
  • know origin and types of rocks.
  • Understand crustal movements- slow and rapid.
  • Introduce weathering and its types.
  • know erosional and depositional work of rivers, sea waves, wind and glaciers.
  • Understand soil creep, debris flow, Avalanches.

Gg- 112 Introduction to Physical Geography -II (Geography of Atmosphere and Hydrosphere)

  • Know the basic principals in Climatology & Geomorphology
  • Understand the composition and structure of atmosphere
  • Aware about heat budget of the earth
  • Acquaint with atmospheric pressure and wind system
  • Know importance of oceanography in modern times
  • Introduce different types of coast
  • Understand properties of ocean water
  • Know characteristics of sea waves
  • Know ocean currents of Atlantic, Pacific and Indian ocean

Gg-113 Practicals in Physical Geography (P-3)

  • Introduce about maps, elements of maps and types of maps.
  • Gain knowledge of map scales, conversion of map scales.
  • Study of map projection, classification of map projection, choice of map projection.
  • Get the knowledge of various methods of data representation.
  • Study field excursion for orientation of Toposheet, observation & identification of geographical features
  • Get experience of field excursion, village/ urban survey

Gg-121 Introduction to Human Geography (Paper-4)

  • Know the about human geography contemporary relevance of human geography.
  • Gain knowledge of human evolution and races.
  • Acquaint the knowledge about tribes in India and Maharashtra.
  • To know about human life in Cold and Hot regions
  • Understand human culture.
  • Gain knowledge about economic activities of man.

Gg- 122 Population and Settlement Geography (Paper-5)

  • Introduce about population geography and sources of population data
  • Understand the determinants and distribution of population.
  • Aware about trend about population growth.
  • Acquaint with demographic transition and demographic composition.
  • Know settlement types and patterns.
  • Understand the concept, trend and pattern of urbanization.

 

Gg-123 Practicals in Human Geography (P-6)

  • Introduce about population indices, Data analysis and presentation using computer.
  • Understand the methods for calculation urban data.
  • Study of crop combination and agricultural efficiency methods.
  • Get the knowledge of various methods of data representation.
  • Get experience of field excursion, village/ urban survey and report writing.

Gg-231 Environment Geography-I (Paper-I)

  • To create environmental awareness amongst the students.
  • To familiarize the students with fundamentals concepts of Environmental Geography.
  • To acquaint the students to past, present, and future utility and potentials of resources at regional, national and global levels.
  • To enable the students to understand dynamics of man–environment relationship in various region of the world.

 

Gg- 232 Geography of Maharashtra (Physical-I) (Paper-II)

  • To appraise the students with salient features of the Maharashtra State.
  • To familiarize the students with the climatic characteristics of the State.
  • To familiarize the Soils and Natural Vegetation in Maharashtra
  • To make the students aware of the geographic problems of Maharashtra in the view of sustainable development.

Gg-233 Surveying –I (Paper III)

  • To acquaint the students with the principles of surveying, its importance, and its utility in the Geographical study.
  • To familiarize the students with the basic aspects of linear, vertical and angular measurements of surveying.
  • To understand the importance, basic principles and uses of GPS in surveying.
  • To identify sources and types of errors occurs during surveys.

Gg-241 Environmental Geography- II (Paper-I)

  • To introduce the methods and assessments of the impact on the environment amongst the students.
  • To acquaint the students with environmental protection laws, acts, planning, and management.
  • To appraise the students with various indigenous environmental conservation measures.
  • To make aware the students about various programs and policies carried out in the regional and global scale.

Gg- 242 Geography of Maharashtra (Human)-II (Paper-II)

  • To acquaint the students with the relationship between man and environment in Maharashtra State.
  • To familiarize the students with the agricultural pattern, problems and prospects in the state.
  • To study and understand the industrial sector, spatial distribution, development and problems faced within the state.
  • To know the status of transport and communication in Maharashtra state.

Gg-243 Surveying – II (Paper-III)

  • To acquaint the students with the principles of surveying, its importance and utility in the Geographical study.
  • To familiarize the students with the basic aspects of linear, vertical, and angular measurements of surveying.
  • To introduce the importance, basic principles, and uses of GPS in surveying.
  • To identify sources and types of errors occurs during surveys.

Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com)

(CBCS Pattern- 2019)

  • Programme specific Outcomes
  • PSO1: Commerce education is that area of education, which develops the required knowledge, skills and attitudes for the handling of Trade, Commerce and Industry.
  • PSO2: Commerce education is entirely different from other disciplines. Hence, it must charter Course routes to service the aspirations of the nation.
  • PSO3: To meet the growing needs of the business society, there is greater demand for sound development of commerce education.
  • PSO4: The relevance of commerce education has become more imperative; this means a marked change in the way commerce and management education is perceived in India.
  • PSO5: The Commerce education is dedicated to developing tomorrow’s leaders, managers, and professionals.

F.Y. B.Com

Course Outcomes

  • Course Name -: Financial Accounting – I
  • Course Code -: 112
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO1: Students will be able to acquire in-depth knowledge.
  • CO 2: Students will be able to understand the process and importance of conversion of single entry into double entry system.
  • CO 3: Students will gain knowledge about GST and its implications.
  • Course Name -: Financial Accounting – II
  • Course Code -: 122
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO1: Students will be able to impart knowledge of various software used in accounting.
  • CO2: Helps to impart the knowledge about final accounts of charitable trusts.
  • CO 3: To impart knowledge about valuation of intangible assets.
  • CO4: Helps to impart the knowledge about accounting for leases.
  • CO 5: Students will be able to acquire in-depth knowledge.
  • Course Name: Business Mathematics & Statistics- I
  • Course Code – 114 (A)
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO 1: Students will be able to apply concepts of interests and annuities to calculate EMI, prepare amortization schedule, calculate insurance premiums etc.
  • CO 2: Students will be able calculate dividend, brokerage on shares and mutual funds. Also students will be able to able to identify the contribution of shares and mutual funds in systematic investment plans and to select best investment options.
  • CO 3: Students will be able to recognize and classify different types of data. Students will be able to take a sample of appropriate size using suitable method of sampling.
  • CO 4: Students will be able to calculate measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion. Students will be able to use appropriate measure of central tendency or measure of dispersion for given data to given problems from business or economics.
  • Course Name: Business Mathematics and Statistics – II
  • Course code: – 124 (A)
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO 1: Students will be able to apply the theory of matrices to solve business and economic problems.
  • CO 2: Students will be able represent business and economic optimization problems involving two variables as LPP and solve those problems using graphical method
  • CO 3: Students will able to predict the type of relationship between bivariate data. Students will be able predict the value of unknown from give bivariate data.
  • CO 4: Students will be able compute different index numbers. Students will be able to compute cost of living.
  • Course Name -: Organizational Skill Development – I
  • Course Code -: 115 – A
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO 1. Students will be able to understand the conceptual clarity on meaning of Modern Office, internal and external factors of an office environment.
  • CO 2. Students will be able to understand the conceptual clarity on the meaning of Scientific office management and understanding various techniques for scientific management.
  • CO 3. Students will be able to understand the technical skills and Critical analysis skills.
  • CO 4. Students will be able for the development of Technical and Analytical abilities.

 

  • Course Name -: Organizational Skill Development – II
  • Course Code -: 125 (A)
  • CO1: Students will be able to understand the conceptual Clarity Goal Setting and Goal Measurement, Enhancing the Time Management Skills.
  • CO2: It enables for Enhancing Communication Skills, Usability of latest communication media.
  • CO3: It enables for development Technical and analytical skills.

 

  • Course Name: Consumer Protection & Business Ethics- I
  • Course Code -: 116- D
  • CO 1. Students will be acquainting with knowledge and maturity to understand the consumer’s interest.
  • CO 2. Students will get training to face emerging issues..
  • CO 3. Students will be acquainting with knowledge and application of laws.
  • CO 4. Student can understand the defend and safety in e-commerce.
  • CO 5. Helps to understand the issues relating to e-commerce, e-Banking emerging issues and internet regulations.

 

  • Course Name: Business Ethics – II
  • Course Code -: 126 (D)
  • CO 1: Student will be able to acquaint with the knowledge and maturity to understand the Business Ethics.
  • CO 2: It helps for the application of CSR in various sectors.
  • CO 3: Students will analyse the corporate governance in India.
  • CO 4: It helps to understand and achieve sustainable development.

S.Y. B. Com

Course Outcomes

  • Course Name -: Business Communication
  • Course Code -: 201
  • CO1: Understanding the concept, process and importance of communication. 2.
  • CO2: Developing the awareness regarding new trends in business communication.
  • CO3: Enable to provide knowledge of various media of communication.
  • CO4: Developing the business communication skills through the application and exercises.

 

 

  • Course Name -: Corporate Accounting
  • Course Code -: 202
  • CO1: Enabling the students to develop awareness about Corporate Accounting in conformity with the provisions of Companies Act and Accounting as per Indian Accounting Standards.
  • CO2: To make aware the students about the conceptual aspect of corporate accounting.
  • CO3: Enabling the students to develop skills for Computerized Accounting.
  • CO4: Enabling the students to develop skills about accounting standards.

 

  • Course Name -: Business Management
  • Course Code -: 204
  • CO1: Enable to provide basic knowledge & understanding about business management concept.
  • CO2: Enable to provide an understanding about various functions of management.
  • Course Name -: Elements of Company Law
  • Course Code -: 201
  • Course Outcomes:
  • CO1: Acquaint the students with the knowledge of fundamentals of Company Law.
  • CO2: Helps to update the knowledge of provisions of the Companies Act of 2013.
  • CO3: Helps to apprise the students of new concepts involving in company law regime.
  • CO4: Acquaint the students with the duties and responsibilities of Key Managerial Personnel.
  • CO5: To impart students the provisions and procedures under company law.

 

  • Course Name -: Cost and Works Accounting
  • Course Code -: 206 – E
  • Students must be able to get the knowledge Of:
  • Basic Cost concepts.
  • Elements of cost.
  • Ascertainment of Material and Labour Cost.

 

  • Course Name -: Marketing Management
  • Course Code -: 206-H
  • CO1: Orient the students’ recent trends in marketing management.
  • CO2: Enable to create awareness about marketing of ecofriendly products in the society through students
  • CO3: Inculcate knowledge of various aspects of marketing management through practical approach
  • CO4: Acquaint the students with the use of E-Commerce in competitive environment
  • CO5: Help the students understand the influences of marketing management on consumer behaviour

 

 

 T.Y. B. Com

Course Outcomes                                                       

Course Name -: Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law)

Course Code -: 301

CO1: To acquaint students with the basic concepts, terms & provisions of Mercantile and Business Laws.

CO2. To develop the awareness among the students regarding these laws affecting business, trade and commerce.

Course Name -: Advanced Accounting

Course Code -: 302

CO1: Students will be efficient to impart the knowledge of various accounting concepts

CO2: Help to instil the knowledge about accounting procedures, methods and techniques.

CO3: Helps to acquaint them with practical approach to accounts writing by using software package.

Course Name -: Indian & Global Economic Development

Course Code -: 303 (A)

CO1: Help to expose students to a new approach to the study of the Indian Economy.

CO2: Help the students in analysing the present status of the Indian Economy.

CO3: To enable students to understand the process of integration of the Indian Economy with other economics of the world.

CO4: To acquaint students with the emerging issues in policies of India’s foreign trade.

 

Course Name -: Auditing & Taxation

Course Code -: 304

Course Outcomes:

The Study of Various Components of this course will enable the students:

CO1: To acquaint themselves about the concept and principles of Auditing, Audit process, Assurance Standards, Tax Audit, and Audit of computerized Systems.

CO2: Students will able to get knowledge about preparation of Audit report.

CO3: To understand the basic concepts and to acquire knowledge about Computation of Income, Submission of Income Tax Return, Advance Tax, and Tax deducted at Source, Tax Collection Authorities under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

 

Course Name -: Cost and Works Accounting- II

Course Code -: 305 – e

CO1: Helps to provide Knowledge about the concepts and principles application of Overheads.

CO2: To provide also understanding various methods of costing and their applications.

 

Course Name -: Marketing Management – III

Course Code -: 305 – h

CO1: Understanding the concept and functioning of marketing planning and sales management.

CO2: Enable to know marketing strategies and organization.

CO3: To inform various facets of marketing with regulatory aspects.

CO4: To understand marketing in globalize scenario.

 

Course Name -: Cost and Works Accounting

Course Code -: 306 – e

CO1: Helps to impart knowledge regarding costing techniques.

CO2: To provide training as regards concepts, procedures and legal Provisions of cost audit.

Course Name -: Marketing Management.

Course Code -: 306 – h.

  1. 1. Students will able to know detailing of Marketing Research.
  2. Students will understand the role Brand and Distribution Management in marketing.
  3. Helps to inform about Marketing and Economic Development.
  4. To Know of the importance of control on marketing activities.

 

Programme Name: Masters of Commerce (M. Com)

          (CBCS 2019 pattern)

Programme specific Outcomes

PO1: Help to equip and train Post Graduate students to accept the challenges of business world by providing opportunities for study and analysis of advanced commercial and business methods and processes.

PO2: It will help to develop independent logical thinking and facilitate personality development.

PO3: It help to equip the students to seek suitable careers in management and entrepreneurship.

PO4: It will enable to acquaint the students with significance of research in business.

PO5: Help to impart skills regarding methods of data collection and their interpretations.

PO6: Students will be able to develop communication and analytical skills.

 

M.com I

Course Outcomes

Semester – I

 

Course Name -: Management Accounting

Course Code -: 101

CO1: Enable to enhance the abilities of learners to develop the concept of management accounting and its significance in the business.

CO2: Developing the abilities of learners to analyse the financial statements.

CO3: To enable the learners to understand, develop and apply the techniques of management accounting in the financial decision making in the business corporates.

CO4: The students can develop competence with their usage in managerial decision making and control

Course Name -: Strategic Management

Course Code -: 102

CO1: The students get the knowledge on emerging changes in the modern business environment

CO2:   Enable to develop the analytical, technical and managerial skills of students in the various areas of Business Administration

CO3: It will help to empower to students with necessary skill to become effective future managers and leaders

CO4: It will enable to develop Technical skills among the students for designing and developing effective Functional strategies for growth and sustainability of business.

(Business Administration) – Special Paper I

Course Name -: Production & Operation Management

Course Code -: 113

CO1: It enables to understand among students the deep insight of Production & Operation Management.

CO2: It helps to understand & identity business problems involving operational function, planning and control, design development and quality management.

CO3: Enable to demonstrate awareness and importance of application, operation and supply chain management.

CO4: Students will be able to develop skills necessary to effectively analyse and synthesize the many inter relationship inherent in complex socio-economic productive systems.

CO5: Increase the knowledge and perspective to gain from emerging trends in production and operation management.

(Business Administration) – Special Paper II

Course Name -: Financial Management

Course Code -: 114

CO1: Help to acquaint the student with knowledge of various Financial Management terminologies (Investment, Credit Planning, Working Capital Management).

CO2:  Understanding the concepts relating to Financing & Financial Statement Analysis

CO3: Student will be able to utilize the information gathered to reach an optimum conclusion by a process of reasoning

CO4: It will enable the students to use their learning to evaluate, make decisions and provide recommendations

(Semester – II)

Course Name -: Financial Analysis & Control (Compulsory)

Course Code -: 201

CO1: This enables the students to acquire knowledge of financial analysis and control tools

CO2: It will help to make appropriate application and uses of financial analysis and control

Course Name -: Industrial Economics (Compulsory)

Course Code -: 202A

CO1:  It helps to provide the knowledge to the students about the basic issues of industrial economics.

CO2:  The students will understand the industrial profile of India and the industrial policy of government of India.

 

 

(Business Administration) – Special Paper III

Course Name -: Business Ethics & Professional Values

Course Code -: 213

CO1: This will help to raise the student’s general awareness on the ethical dilemmas at work place

CO2:  This enables to understand the differing perceptions of interest in business related solutions

CO3: It will help to understand the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility and explore its relevance to ethical obligations and ethical ideals present in the relationship between employers and employees

CO4: To investigate whether ethics set any boundaries on competition, marketing, sales and advertising

CO5: Enable the students to validate or correct, personal ideas about various ethical perspectives

CO6: Enable students to develop their own considered judgment about issues in Business Ethics

CO7: To foster more careful, disciplined thinking in trying to resolve issues in business ethics

CO8: It helps to prepare students to play a constructive role in improving the sustainable development with which they may become involved

 (Business Administration) – Special Paper IV

Course Name -: Elements of Knowledge Management

Course Code -: 214

CO1: It will help to develop Analytical and Research oriented skills among the students.

CO2: To understand value application and relevance of Knowledge management in today’s corporate world.

CO3: This will promote research and innovation ideas based on Knowledge Management.

CO4: To enhance knowledge level and practice of linking theoretical background with applied Social Science.

 

 

 Semester III

Course Name -: Business Finance

Course Code -: 301

CO1: Students will be able to understand the role and importance of corporate finance, and learn the calculation value of money.

CO2:  Students will be able to understand the financial planning, theories of capitalization and estimation of finance need of firm

CO3: Students will be able to learn the sources of finance to be tapped for running business successfully.

CO4: Students will be able to apply best practice in working capital management.

 

Course Name -: Research Methodology for Business

Course Code -: 302

CO1:  Understanding of basic knowledge of Business Research, Research Process, ethical issues and modern practices in research.

CO2: Learning the formulation of Research Problem, Hypotheses, Research Design and Sampling

CO3: Gaining knowledge of Sources of Data Collection Measurement & Scaling, Processing of Data

CO4: Understanding the procedure of Research Report and mode of citation and bibliography

 (Business Administration) – V

Course Name -: Human Resource Management

Course Code -: 313

CO1: The Definition and meaning of Human Resource Management, its Concept, Approaches, Functions. Can identify that the HRM is profession or not.  Able to cope with the concept Human Resource Environment.  Place of female employee in the organisation.  Identify the changing Role of Human Resource Management.

CO2:  The Objectives of Human Resource Planning and Development. Need and Estimation for Human Resource Planning and Development.  Can understand the recruitment and selection process. Understand the concept of Retention of Manpower, Succession Planning.

CO3:  Understand the Basic Concept and Purpose of Training, Importance, Benefits, Training process and methodology.  Able to differentiate the various methods of Training and Aids, Evaluation of Training Programmes.  Identify the changing Role of performance appraisal and result-based performance with the new concepts like errors, 360 Degree Feedback.  Able to identify the concept of merit rating, job Evaluation, Job Enlargement, Job Enrichment, Job

CO4:  Kinds of Retirement, Resignation, Discharge, Dismissal, Suspension, Lay off. He Identify recent trends in HRM

 (Business Administration) – VI

Course Name -: Organizational Behaviour Course

Course Code -: 314

CO1:  ▪ The Definition and meaning of organizational Behaviour ▪ Able to cope with the role of technology in organization. ▪ Describe the theoretical and conceptual framework of Organizational Behaviour ▪ Analyse the impact of globalization on OB

CO2: ▪ The explain the horizontal and virtual designs ▪ Understand the characteristics organizational culture. ▪ Identify the process of impression management, define the concept of Personality. ▪ Explain the attributes of personality and various dimensions of attitude

CO3: The defines the concept of motivation. ▪ Capacity to describe the types of motives. ▪ Capacity to analyse motivational process. ▪ Describe the theory of motivation. ▪ The definition of Emotional Intelligence, and explain the characteristics and Importance

CO4: The definition of stress, describe the causes of stress. ▪ Describe the effects of stress. ▪ The definition of Conflict and describe the types of conflict. ▪ The definition of Group and team. ▪ Explain the types of Teams and Team building.

 (Semester IV)

Course Name -: Capital Market and Financial Services

Course Code -: 401

CO1: Students will be able to learn the importance and working of capital market.

CO2: Student will be able to understand the working of BSE and NSE, and OTCEI in detail.

CO3: Students will be able to know the role of inter-mediators, Mutual funds. Portfolio management.

CO4: Students will be able to know the role of SEBI in regulating stock exchanges and investors’ education, financial advisors.

Course Name -: Industrial Economic Environment

Course Code -: 402

CO1:  Will understand the impact of economic and non – economic factors affecting industrial environment

CO2: Will understand role of various types of industries in India like small scale industries, public sector industries, MNCs etc

CO3: Critically evaluate industrial polices in India. Analyse the impact of new industrial policy adopted by India.

CO4: Will understand role, progress and problems of manufacturing and service industries in India

(Business Administration) – VII

Course Name -: Recent Advances in Business Administration

Course Code -: 413

CO1:  The Definition and meaning of change management and get the knowledge about the approach’s management change and Important feature.  Can identify dimensions Approaches towards managing change.  Able to cope with the futuristic and Strategic approaches due technology.

CO2: Define the concept, strategies internal and external customers in customer centric approach. Able to know the challenges before customer centric organization. Identify the best practices and way to measure the success of customer centric company.

CO3: Understand the concept and significance of Global Management.  Able to Know the cross-cultural Management issues.  Able to identify to aquatint the role, importance and current trends in merger

CO4: Understand the concept significance and techniques of turn around management. Identify the prerequisite for success.  Able to identify the concept and significance of Restructuring and Reengineering of Business.  Able to cope with the steps of innovation management. And also, the role of various institution for promoting.

 

Department Of Economics (B.A.)

2019 Pattern

Program Specific Outcomes On completion of B.A (Economics), Students are able to: 

  1. To able to understand basic concepts of economics.
  1. To able to analyse economic behaviour in practice.
  1. Understand the economic way of thinking.
  2. The ability to analyse historical and current events from an economic perspective.
  1. The ability to write clearly expressing an economic point of view
  1. Be exposed to alternative approaches to economic problems through exposure to coursework in allied fields.
  2. To create students’ ability to suggest of the various economic problems

A: -Course Outcome

Each degree program in economics contains a core group of theory courses, a series of quantitative skills courses, and field specialization courses that involve the applications of economic theory and quantitative analysis to major areas of study within the discipline. It is our goal to help our students achieve a certain set of learning outcomes.

 

B.A. Economics (General)    Year: I      Sem : I&II 

 Subject Name:  Indian Economic Environment           Subject code:    1157 

  • CO1 To able to understand nature of Indian economy
  • CO2 Understand the Economic development and economic growth.
  • CO3 Ability to develop an understanding of the economic environment and the factors affecting economic environment
  • CO4 Acquired knowledge about the agriculture Productivity & Price Policy of Government
  • CO5 Describe about the small scale, large scale and cottage industries.
  • CO6 To able to understand infrastructure and economic development

 CO7 to provide the students with the background of the Indian Economy with focus On contemporary issues like economic environment.

  • CO8 To familiarize the students with the recent developments in the Indian Economy
  • CO 9Ability to develop awareness on the various new developments in the
  • CO 10 Different sectors of an economy – agriculture, industry, services, banking, etc.
  • CO 11Ability to compare and contrast Indian Economy with other world economies.
  • CO 12 At the end of the course, the student should be able discuss and debate on the
  • CO 13 various issues and challenges facing the Indian Economic Environment.

 

  • FY.B.Com.: Business Economics

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1 Understand the basic forces governing the operation of competitive markets.
  • CO2 Analyse the implications of various elasticity’s of consumer demand for pricing and location decisions.
  • CO3 Quantify the determinants of consumer demand.
  • CO4.Characterize the conditions under which an enterprise should shut down in the short run and long run.
  • CO5 Determine how a firm with pricing power should exercise it.
  • CO6 Determine if and how a firm can engage in price discrimination or implement two-part pricing.
  • CO7 Analyze possible strategies in the event a firm are one of just a few companies in a market.
  • CO8 Analyze the conditions under which an advertising campaign is most likely to be advantageous.
  • CO9 Analyze the factors that determine the supply and demand for productive inputs.

S.Y.B.A. Economics (General)   Term: I&II

Subject Name: Financial System Subject code: 2157 

  • CO1 To understand fundamentals of modern financial system.
  • CO2 To understand the recent trends and developments in banking system.
  • CO3 To understand the role of the Reserve Bank of India in Indian financial system.
  • CO4 To provide the knowledge of various financial and non-financial institutions
  • CO5 To provide the students the intricacies of Indian financial system for better financial decision making

Subject Name: Micro Economic   Subject code: 2158

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1Understand how households (demand) and businesses (supply) interact in various market structures to determine price and quantity of a good produced.
  • CO2 Understand the links between household behaviour and the economic models of demand.
  • CO3 Represent demand, in graphical form, including the downward slope of the demand curve and what shifts the demand curve.
  • CO4 Understand the links between production costs and the economic models of supply.
  • CO5 Understand the efficiency and equity implications of market interference, including government policy.
  • CO6 Understand how different degrees of competition in a market affect pricing and output.
  • CO 7Apply economic reasoning to individual and firm behaviour.
  • CO 8 Understand the major characteristics of different market structures and the implications for the behavior of the firm.

Subject Name:  Macro Economics Subject code:   2159

  • CO1 Understand why the behaviour of businesses and the rest of the world determine the aggregate supply of goods and services
  • CO2 Understand how aggregate demand and aggregate supply interact to drive a free market economy
  • CO3 Understand the implications of interference in a market economy, including government policy
  • CO4 Understand the basics of national income accounting
  • CO5 Understand the causes and consequences of business cycles
  • CO6 Measure living standards, inflation, and unemployment for use as economic indicators.
  • CO7 Analyse the determinants of the relative strengths of fiscal and monetary policy for affecting gross domestic product.
  • CO8 Understand the roles of fiscal and monetary policy in fighting recessions and inflation

 

T.Y.B.A. Economics (Special Paper-III)

Subject:  International Economics   Subject code:  3158

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1 Understand the various reasons why countries engage in international trade, including the direction and volume of trade between nations.
  • CO2 Use models of trade to demonstrate the gains from exchange as well as the effects on income distribution within countries due to trade with foreign nations.
  • CO3 Understand how international factor mobility affects an economy.
  • CO4 analyse current issues and policies using the concepts of international trade theory.
  • CO5 Understand the role key international institutions play in affecting trade flows across the world.
  • CO6 Understand the role of exchange rates and how they are determined in the short-run   and long-run.
  • CO7 Analyze how various policies, both domestic and foreign, may affect exchange rates and economic welfare.
  • CO8 Understand the role played by various international institutions with regards to exchange rate values and the flow on international assets

 (Special Paper-IV) Year: III Term: I&II

Subject Name:  Public Finance    Subject code: 3159 

  • CO1 Apply microeconomic theories to public decision making.
  • CO2Explain public goods, externalities, and government interventions using microeconomic theories.
  • CO3 Critically assesses tax policy from practical and theoretical economic perspectives.
  • CO4 Effectively communicates the rationales for government intervention in the economy and their shortcomings.
  • CO5 Articulate the historical and logical implications of different property rights regimes.
  • CO6 Articulate the phenomenon called the “tragedy of the commons” and the implications of the variety of solutions that have been offered to this problem.
  • CO7Articulate how economic theory can be applied in a wide variety of areas other than business – e.g., crime, the family, education and traffic congestion.
  • CO8 Evaluate the intent and outcomes of government stabilization policies designed to correct macroeconomic problems.

 

Subject Name: Economic Development Planning: 

Subject code: 3157

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1 Understand the causes of underdevelopment in the Third World.
  • CO2 Understand the role of agriculture, industry, and trade in the development process of the less developed countries.
  • CO3Understand the extent to which economic theories may be helpful in the design of development policies in the less developed countries.
  • CO4 Apply economic reasoning to the analysis of selected contemporary economic problems.
  • CO5Understand how households (demand) and businesses (supply) interact in various market structures to determine price and quantity of goods and services produced and consumed.
  • CO6 Analyze the efficiency and equity implications of government interference in markets.
  • CO7Recognize and identify situations leading to market failures and government failures.
  • CO8Evaluate the intent and outcomes of government stabilization policies designed to correct macroeconomic problems.

 

 

M.A. Economics (M.A.)

        Program specific Outcomes

  • to train students to develop strong theoretical foundations with a blend of practical analytics.
  • An M.A. in Economics would assist in developing professionals and experts who would be able to apply economic reasoning to real world issues. It would also expose the students to the complexities, dynamics and challenges of the current global economic scenario.
  • The course aims to equip students with skills for economic analysis and decision making.
  • An emphasis on data analysis and interpretation through the course would also encourage critical thinking and logical reasoning.
  • The course would provide a learning platform for students who wish to pursue a career in national and international organizations, industry, education, public administration and NGO’s.

M.A. (Part – I) (Semester -I&II) ECONOMICS

ECO -Micro ECONOMICS Analysis (I&II)

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

CO1Understand how households (demand) and businesses (supply) interact in various   market   structures to determine price and quantity of a good produced.

  • CO2 Understand the links between household behavior and the economic models of demand.
  • CO3 Represent demand, in graphical form, including the downward slope of the demand curve and what shifts the demand curve.
  • CO4 Understand the links between production costs and the economic models of supply.
  • CO5 Represent supply, in graphical form, including the upward slope of the supply curve and CO what shifts the supply curve.
  • CO6 Understand the efficiency and equity implications of market interference, including government policy.
  • CO7 Understand how different degrees of competition in a market affect pricing and output.
  • CO8 Apply economic reasoning to individual and firm behavior.
  • CO9 Understand the meaning of marginal revenue and marginal cost and their relevance for firm profitability.
  • CO10 Understand the major characteristics of different market structures and the implications for the behaviour of the firm.

EC-1002: Public Economics – I&II

  • CO1 Apply microeconomic theories to public decision making.
  • CO2 Explain public goods, externalities, and government interventions using microeconomic theories.
  • CO3 Critically assess U.S. tax policy from practical and theoretical economic perspectives.
  • CO4 Effectively communicate the rationales for government intervention in the economy and their shortcomings.
  • CO5 Articulate the concepts of the form of government and the scope of governmentCO6Articulate the historical and logical implications of different property rights regimes.
  • CO7 Articulate the phenomenon called the “tragedy of the commons” and the implications of the variety of solutions that have been offered to this problem.
  • CO8 Articulate how economic theory can be applied in a wide variety of areas other than business – e.g., crime, the family, education and traffic congestion.

 EC-1003 : International Trade &International Finance  

  • CO1 Understand the various reasons why countries engage in international trade, including the direction and volume of trade between nations.
  • CO2 Use models of trade to demonstrate the gains from exchange as well as the effects on income distribution within countries due to trade with foreign nations.
  • CO3 Understand how international factor mobility affects an economy.
  • CO4 Analyze current issues and policies using the concepts of international trade theory.
  • CO5Understand the role key international institutions play in affecting trade flows across the world.
  • CO6Analyze how various policies, both domestic and foreign, may affect exchange rates and economic welfare.
  • CO7Understand the functioning of various exchange rate regimes, (such as gold standards and floating exchange rate mechanisms).
  • CO8Understand the role played by various international institutions with regards to exchange rate values and the flow on international assets.

 

M.A. (Part – I) (Semester -II) 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS                 

  • CO1Identify importance of Agriculture Development
  • CO2 Write down the Green Revolution in India
  • CO3 Classify the importance of co-operative and organic farming
  • CO4 Describe the concepts and Importance of Food Security
  • CO5Understand the poverty in India
  • CO6Write down the liberalisation policy in India
  • CO7Identify impact of WTO and Globalisation on Indian agriculture
  • CO8Write down the Agriculture policies in India

 

 

M.A. (Part – I) (Semester – I)

Labour Economics (Optional)

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1Explain labour market operations using different theories within labour economics.
  • CO2Explain labour market trends using data about the labour market.
  • CO3Explain labour supply for an individual and society.
  • CO4Augment neoclassical labour supply using the theory of allocation of time.
  • CO5Explain returns to schooling, on the job training, migration, employer-sponsored health care, and education using human capital theory.
  • CO6 Explain labour demand for firms operating in competitive and monopolistic markets using marginal productivity theory.
  • CO7 Understand wage and employment in bilateral monopolies and perfect competition.
  • CO8 Explain wage schemes and structures within firms using “personnel economics”.

M.A. (Part – II) (Semester -III&IV)

            MACRO ECONOMICS Analysis – I&II

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1 Understand why household, business, government and global behavior determine the aggregate demand for goods and services
  • CO2 Understand why the behavior of businesses and the rest of the world determine the aggregate supply of goods and services
  • CO3 Understand how aggregate demand and aggregate supply interact to drive a free market economy
  • CO4 Understand the implications of interference in a market economy, including government policy
  • CO5 Understand the basics of national income accounting
  • CO6 Understand the causes and consequences of business cycles
  • CO7 Understand the roles of fiscal and monetary policy in fighting recessions and inflation
  • CO8 Understand factors that contribute to and detract from long-term economic growth
  • CO9 Be able to apply basic international trade and finance concepts to global pricing issues, including working with exchange rates
  • CO10 Explain and anticipate the consequences of changes in the quantity of money on such economic variables as interest rates, inflation, the exchange rate, and unemployment

  M.A. (Part – II) (Semester – III&IV)

        EC-3002: Growth and Development – I &II

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1Identify the importance of economic growth and development
  • CO2Understand the role of agriculture and industry in economic development
  • CO3Describe the theories of economic growth and development
  • CO4Write down the theories of population
  • CO5Describe the liberlisation and globalization
  • CO6Development and Underdevelopment-An Overview
  • CO7Theories of Economic Growth & Development
  • CO8 Describe the TRIPS       
  • M.A. (Part – II) (Semester – III)

        EC-3003: Modern Banking

         Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1Understand the importance of the financial sector in directing the use of scarce capital.
  • CO2Understand the concepts of present value and internal rate of return.
  • CO3xplain the determinants of interest rates.
  • CO4Understand the term structure of interest rates.
  • CO5Understand the likely path of interest rates in the aftermath of a change in monetary policy.
  • CO6Understand the impact of inflation on interest rates.
  • CO7Understand various concepts of yield or rate of return.
  • CO8Understand the concept of duration and its implications for the magnitude of changes in asset prices following changes in interest rates.
  • CO1Explain the various ways to hedge interest rate risk.
  • CO9Understand various money market instruments.
  • A Economics Part II Semester III

EC- 3004 DEMOGRAPHY

Non- Core Courses- (CREDIT SYSTEM)

  • CO1 To provide an understanding of Demography and its application under various topics under economics.
  • CO2 To demonstrate the practical and the applied aspects of Demography and the study of Population and its relation to Economics.
  •  CO3 Ability to develop, demonstrate and examine various topics under Demography
  • CO4 Ability to evaluate and examine subject areas in economics bringing out the relation to population studies and demography

       

          M.A. (Part – II) (Semester – IV)

      EC – 4003: Research Methodology

Upon successful completion of the course a student will be able to:

  • CO1Understand the difference between an hypothesis and a problem statement.
  • CO2Determine whether an hypotheses or problem statement is testable.
  • CO3Understand the elements of a good research design, its purpose, and its relationship to the hypothesis/problem statement.
  • CO4Understand the difference between random assignment and random sampling.
  • CO5Understand validity and sampling concerns in research design.
  • CO6istinguish between primary and secondary data and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • CO7Prepare data for analysis.
  • CO8Critically evaluate research proposed or performed by others.

 

    M.A Economics Part II Semester IV

     EC-4004 Rural Development

     None Core Course

  • CO1 To develop an understanding of rural economics in the theoretical as well as practical context.
  • CO2 To discuss and debate the various issues and challenges faced by rural economies with reference to the farm and non-farm sector, the growth and development of rural economies, etc.
  • CO3 Ability to analyze and evaluate the subject with reference to various aspects of rural economies.
  • CO4 Ability to develop an understanding of the rural sector with its intricacies and imperfections and to be able to construct intellectual dialogue on the challenges of agriculture w.r.t. the Indian Economy

 

                                   

Department of Political Science

Program Specific Outcomes

1) Students will demonstrate the ability to ask relevant research questions pertaining to Political    Science in their research papers and internship experiences.

2) Students will demonstrate the ability to recognize and evaluate assumptions and implications in their research papers and internship experiences.

3) Students will demonstrate the ability to examine and evaluate different sides of an issue in their research papers and internship experiences.

4) Students will demonstrate the ability to state and defend a thesis that is clear, direct, logical, and substantive in the area of Political Science.

5) Students will demonstrate the ability to find and use a variety of appropriately cited sources.

6) Students will demonstrate substantive knowledge of concepts and facts relevant to Political Science.

 

Course outcomes

F.Y.B.A.

G-1 Introduction to Constitution. (semester pattern)

  1. To acquaint students with the important features of the Constitution of India and with The basic framework of Indian government.
  2. To familiarize students with the working of the Constitution of India.
  3. To acquaint students with the important features of the Constitution of the United States of America and the basic framework of government of the USA

 

S.Y.B.A

G-2 AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES

  1. Role of different political ideologies and their impact in politics
  2. Close link between an idea and its actual realization in public policy
  3. Legacy of all the major ideologies

 

S-1 WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT

  1. Major traditions of thought that have shaped political discourse in different parts of the world.
  2. The great diversity of social contexts and philosophical visions.
  3. The history of political thought as a series of critical, interconnected and open-ended conversations about the ends and means of the good life

 

S-2 POLITICAL JOURNALISM

. Complex relationship between the communication, media and power politics.

  1. Critical appraisal of practices of political image management, campaigns, propaganda and censorship.
  2. Indian context of political Journalism

 

 

Department of History

F.Y.B.A. HISTORY

Semester-I 

Early India: From Prehistory to the Age of the Mauryas

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 instil the spirit of enquiry among the students.

 

 

SYBA HISTORY

Core Course-I (CC- 1C)

Semester –III

History of the Marathas: (1630-1707)

  1. To introduce the students to the regional history of medieval Maharashtra and India.
  2. To study political, social and conceptual history of the Marathas in an analytical way with the help of primary sources.
  3. To evaluate contribution of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to the establishment of Swarajya, contribution of successors and later development of the Maratha kingdom.
  4. To study administrative Institutions of the Maratha.

Learning 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)

  1. To understand changed nature of Maratha Polity during the Peshwa Period.
  2. To examine the dynamics of Maratha Confederacy and reciprocity.
  3. To examine role of Marathas and regionality in National politics of 18th Century India.
  4. To study administrative system, society and economy of the Peshawa period

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

  1. Demonstrate thinking skills by analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating historical information from multiple sources.
  2. Develop the ability to distinguish between fact and fiction while understanding that there is no one historical truth.
  3. To Learn foundation of Delhi Sultanate and Sultanate Administration.
  4. To understand the socio, economic condition of Delhi Sultanate

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 objectives:

  1. Produce well researched written work that engages with both primary sources and the secondary literature.

2.To learn the Mughal ruler and incidents regarding Deccan policies.

3.To understand the analytical studies of Medieval South India

4.Maps- important centers in Mughal Empire under Akbar and Aurangzeb

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 

  1. This paper is designed to introduce the students to the history of the Modern World with its socio-religious, political and economic developments.
  2. It will enable students to study interesting historical developments in the countries other than India, which had a significant impact on almost all over the Modern World.
  3. It will enable students to understand the significant impact of the modern concepts such as Renaissance, Nationalism, Communism, Imperialism, etc.
  4. It will get students acquainted with the major revolutions, and political developments which led to the World War I and its consequences.

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 

  1. This paper is designed to introduce the students to the political history of the Modern World.
  2. It will enable students to study remarkable historical developments in the various countries including India, which had a significant impact on almost all over the Modern World.
  3. It will enable students to understand the significant impact of the modern concepts such as Dictatorship, Cold War, Nationalism, Communism, Imperialism, Polarization, etc.
  4. It will get students acquainted with the major nationalist movements, the World War II and its consequences, the Cold War and its Consequences.

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. This paper is designed to introduce the students to the emergence and development of art and architecture in early India.
  2. It will enable students to understand the process of development of art and architecture in the early Indian history on the socio-religious and economic background.
  3. It will get students acquainted with the emergence and changes in the styles of the art and architecture during the early India up to the 6th century B.C.E.

Course Outcome:

  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.

 

Medieval Indian Arts and Architecture (1206 To 1857)

Course Objectives:

Semester IV

  1. This paper is designed to introduce the students to the Art and Architecture during the Medieval India.
  2. It will enable students to understand the impact of the Persia on the Mughal Art and Architecture.
  3. It will get students acquainted with the development of Indo-Persian style of Painting.

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.

 

  

Department of Marathi 

SEM- I-KATHA SAHITY ANI BHASHIK KUASHYLYE

Sem- II-   Eankika  Ani Bhashik  Kaushyalye

                    Class-  F.Y.B.A

SR.NO OBJECTIV E OUTCOMES

 

SEM-i

1

 Nature class of language transactions in various fields

 

Students understand   nature class of language transactions in various fields.

 

2 Explain the place of Marathi language in this trade area  Students understand  place of Marathi language in this trade area
3 To develop the skill of using Marathi language To Students understand  develop the skill of using Marathi language
SEM-II Literary interest developed. Students understand   Literary interest developed.
1  Awareness of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature was created in the student. Students understand  Awareness of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature was created in the student.
2  The study of literature developed an understanding of life.  Students understand  The study of literature developed an understanding of life.
3 Literary interest developed. Students understand  Liteture& interest developed.

 

 

( F.Y.B.Com) 2019

 Bhasha sahitya ani Kaushalye vikas

Sr.no                                                     SEM-I  Objectives Outcomes
1) Nature class of language transactions in various fields.

 

 The ability to comprehend the nature of language transactions in various fields increased.
2) Explain the place of Marathi language in this trade area.

 

Helped to understand the place of Marathi language in the field of trade.
3) To develop the skill of using Marathi language.

 

Helped to develop the skill of using Marathi language.
                              Sem II

1)

Explain the location of various regional Marathi languages.

 

Helped the students to understand the place of various regional Marathi languages.
2 To be able to use it by studying the skills The ability to use it directly enabled linguistic skills.

 

3) To introduce the work and thoughts of the competent persons in the field.  The work and thoughts of various successful people in the field were introduced in the textbook.
4) To cultivate ethical, professional and ideological values ​​in the students.  Students became aware of ethical, professional and ideological values.

 

SYBA   MARATHI -G-1

SEM  -I-II – Linguistic Skills Development and Modern Marathi Literary: Type Novel /Prose Course

SR.NO SEM-I  Objectives Outcomes
1) To understand the nature of this type of novel, its component type and movement.

 

 Novel- The nature of this type of literature helped to explain the component type and movement.

 

2)  Tasting and analyzing the assigned novel.

 

 

 Developed the ability to comprehend, taste and analyze the assigned novel
3 To develop linguistic skills  Linguistic skills developed
SEM-II Objectives of Linguistic Skills Development and Modern Marathi Literature Type Fine  Prose Course

 

Fine prose helped in understanding the nature of the literary genre.
1  Explain the nature, type and movement of this type of fine prose.

 

Students were able to enjoy and analyze the fine prose comprehension in the assigned study book.

 

2 Tasting and analyzing fine prose comprehension in the designated study book

 

The work and thoughts of various successful people in the field were introduced in the textbook.

 

3 Objectives of Linguistic Skills Development and Modern Marathi Literature Type Fine  Prose Course

 

4  Explain the nature, type and movement of this type of fine prose.

 

5 Tasting and analyzing fine prose comprehension in the designated study book

 

 

 

Class -S.Y.B.Sc

Choice based Credit system

Applied [Marathi]

 

Sr.no Objective Outcomes
SEN-I

1

To make people aware of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature. Students become

Awareness of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature.

2  To bring to the notice of the students the use of two Marathi languages ​​and the relative development of language definition and style Students can understand  of Marathi languages ​​and the relative development of language definition and style
3  Develop linguistic skills by applying Marathi language Increasing students writing , speaking ,reading skill .
Sem-II

1

 To make  aware of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature. Students become

Awareness of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature.

2  To bring to the notice of the students the use of two Marathi languages ​​and the relative development of language definition and style Students Became able to understand & increase skill .
3 Develop linguistic skills by applying Marathi language Students Became able to understand & increase skill . By applying Marathi language

 

S.Y .B.Sc. from June -2020

Restructured Marathi subject syllabus Marathi

SeM – l

1) To make student aware of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature.

2) To bring to the notice of the students the use of two Marathi languages ​​and the relative development of language definition and style

3) Develop linguistic skills by applying Marathi language.

SEM -II

Marathi literature

1) To develop literary interest in the course.

2) To make them aware of the relationship between Marathi language and literature.

3) To develop understanding of life through study of literature.

4) To increase the comprehension of science literature

Restructured Marathi syllabus June -2020

 

F.Y.BCom

1) Explain the location of various regional Marathi languages.

2) To be able to use it by studying the skills

3) To introduce the work and thoughts of the competent persons in the field.

4) To cultivate ethical, professional and ideological values ​​in the students.

5) Objectives of the course are to develop learning skills.

SY B.Sc. from June 2020

Applied – Marathi

SEM-I

1) Awareness of the interrelationship between Marathi language and literature was in students.

2) The use of two Marathi languages ​​etc. was noticed by the students in terms of language         definition and style development.

3) Linguistic skills were developed through a systematic understanding of the Marathi language.

Sem-ll

Marathi literature

  • Increase understanding of science literature.

SYBA

Subject Name – Linguistic Skills Development and Modern Marathi Literary Type – Novel

1) Helped the students to understand the place of various regional Marathi languages.

2) The ability to use it directly enabled linguistic skills.

3) The work and thoughts of various successful people in the field were introduced in the textbook.

 

 

Bachelor of Arts in English

  • Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

 

  • Literature courses of English provides an opportunity to study & implement world best literature of all countries along with its history, Social, Cultural & political background.
  • Literature provides imaginative & critical insights into all areas of human life.
  • The blend of English language courses helps students to understand the language niceties through literature
  • Select literary pieces help students understand the moral stories in life
  • The subject knowledge helps not only for the professional life but also in their personal life
  • It develops intellectual, personal & professional abilities through effective communicative skills
  • It shapes students as socially responsible/ citizens.

Course Outcomes

 

FYBA Compulsory English

Title: Visionary Gleam

  • Students will improve their vocabulary for their day today life
  • It will help students read the passages in English
  • Students will be able to understand the basics in English Language
  • Students will start using English for their day today communication

FYBA Optional English

Text: Interface: English Literature and Language

  • Students will be able to understand the minor forms of English Literature
  • Students will come to know the basics of English Language
  • To introduce students with the Sounds in English Language
  • To develop students’ interest in reading English literary works
  • To develop reading habits among students

SYBA Compulsory English

Text: Literary Landscapes

  • To acquaint Students to the universal human values through best pieces of literature in English
  • To introduce students to the best uses of Language in Literature.
  • To develop effective communicative power of students
  • To enhance employability of the students
  • To expose students to varied
  • To boost students’ vocabulary

SYBA General English

Title: Study of English Language and Literature

  • It will develop habit of appreciating literary pieces
  • Students will understand the Basics in advanced grammar in English
  • It will promote literary niceties among students
  • It will generate interest among students about English Language

SYBA Special I

Title: Appreciating Drama

  • To acquaint and familiarize the students with the terminology of Drama.
  • Students will be encouraged to study few  masterpieces of  English Drama
  • Students will develop interest ,appreciate and analyse drama
  • They will be able to evaluate drama independently

 

TYBA Compulsory English

   Prescribed Text: Literary Pinnacles

  • To introduce students to the best use of language in literature.
  • To familiarize students with the communicative power of English.
  • To facilitate students for becoming competent users of English in practical life situations.
  • To contribute to their overall personality development by improving communicative skills.

SYBA Special English II

Title of the Paper: Appreciating Poetry

Text:  Auroral Musings

  • To acquaint students with the terminology in poetry
  • To encourage students to make a detailed study of various forms of poetry
  • To enhance students’ awareness in the aesthetics of poetry
  • To make students understand about how to enjoy poetry
  • To make students able to read aloud poems

 

TYBA General English

Tittle: Advanced Study of English Language and Literature

  • To makes students understand advanced study of English Language
  • To inculcate reading habits of original texts among students
  • Make students capable of using English language in their personal as well as professional life
  • To make students able for getting jobs

 

TYBA Special English III

Title of the Paper: Appreciating Novel

  • To introduce students the basics of novel
  • To expose them to the historical development and nature of novel
  • To make them aware of different types and aspects of novel
  • To develop literary sensibility and sense of cultural diversity in students

TYBA special Paper IV

Title of the Paper: Introduction to Literary Criticism

  • To introduce Students to the basics of literary criticism
  • To make them aware of the nature and development of criticism.
  • To acquaint students with the significant critical approaches and terms.
  • To develop aptitude among the students for critical analysis’

 

FYBCOM

Title: Compulsory English

Text: A Pathway To Success

  • To offer the students the good pieces of prose and poetry
  • To expose them to native cultural experience and situations
  • To develop linguistic competence and communicative skills
  • To develop oral and written skills among the students

 

FYBCOM

Title: Additional English

Text: Gems of Prose and Poetry

  • To expose the students to good blend of old and new literary extracts
  • To make the students realize the beauty and communicative power of English
  • To make them aware of cultural values and problems in the world today
  • To develop literary sensibilities and communicative ability.

SYBSC

Title: Optional English

Prescribed Text: Literary Vistas

 

  • The blend of English language courses helps students to understand the language niceties through literature
  • Selected literary pieces help students understand the moral stories in life
  • The subject knowledge helps not only for the professional life but also in their personal life
  • It develops intellectual, personal & professional abilities through effective communicative skills
  • It shapes students as socially responsible.

 

Department of Psychology

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)-2019 Pattern

FYBA

Psychology General-1

Semester-1

Foundations of Psychology

Outcomes:-

  • To impart knowledge of the basic concepts and modern trends in psychology.
  • To increase interest in the subject of psychology and to create a foundation for further studies in psychology.
  • To make the students aware of the application of psychological concepts in various fields
  • The basic psychological processes and their applications in day to day life.
  • Psychology develop the ability to evaluate cognitive processes, learning and memory of an individual.
  • Psychology helps to understand the importance of motivation and emotion of the individual.
  • The personality and intelligence of the individuals by developing their psychological processes and abstract potentials.
  • It shapes students as socially responsible/ citizens.

Semester-2

Introduction to Social Psychology

Outcomes:-

  • Social psychology helps to understand Social behaviour .
  • Understand the nature of self, concept of attitude and prejudice of the individual.
  • Assess the interactional processes, love and aggression in our day today life. .
  • Understand group dynamics and individual in the social world.
  • Introduction to behaviour of people in social settings.
  • Social psychology theories and experimental evidences.

 

SYBA

Psychology General-2

Core Course-I(CC-1C)- 3Credit

Semester -3 1A: Health Psychology

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain social support’s impact on an individual’s physical health.
  • The impact of stress on physical well- being.
  • Differentiate health psychology from behavioural medicine.
  • Explore common areas of clinical focus in health psychology.
  • Interventions health psychologists use to treat patients experiencing stress.

 

Outcomes:-

  • Understand health psychology and arrive at the introduction to the role of psychology in health.
  • Understand the nature of stress and coping
  • Understand various factors related to health and diseases.
  • Understand quality of life and promoting the good health.

 

Semester-4

CC/SEC- 1B: Positive Psychology

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the dimensions and scope of positive psychology.
  • The role of positive emotions in psychological wellbeing and health.
  • Identify and explain our character strengths.

 

Outcomes:-

  • Understand how the positive psychology as the science of happiness, human strengths, positive aspects of human behaviour and ‘psychology of well-being.’
  • How we lead our lives, find happiness and satisfaction, and face life’s challenges.
  • How positive psychology has become an evolving mosaic of research and theory from many different areas of psychology.

                                               Psychology Special -1

 

Discipline Specific Elective Course (DSE-1A)- 3 Credit

Semester -3 DSE-1A: Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour-1

 

Learning Objectives:

  • To acquire a better understanding of abnormal behaviour patterns, and thereby learn to distinguish abnormal behaviour from normal.
  • To become more familiar with the DSM-V.
  • To better understand how new research informs our understanding of abnormal behaviour.
  • To increase sensitivity to the struggles of people dealing with these types of problems putting a human face on the study of abnormal behaviour.

 

Outcomes

  • Acquire the knowledge about the symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and causes of various psychological disorders
  • Examine multiple probable causes and correlates of behaviour.
  • Understand critiques, limitations, and implications of diagnosis and classification of psychological diseases.
  • Create awareness about mental health problems in society.

 

Semester-4

Dse-1b: Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour-II 

 Learning Objectives: 

  • To acquire a better understanding of abnormal behaviour patterns, and thereby learn to distinguish abnormal behaviour from normal.
  • To become more familiar with the DSM-V.
  • To better understand how new research informs our understanding of abnormal behaviour.
  • To increase sensitivity to the struggles of people dealing with these types of problems putting a human face on the study of abnormal behaviour.

 

Outcomes:

  • Learn descriptions, and theories underlying diagnostic of psychiatric disorders.
  • Learn and understand benefits, critiques, limitations, and implications of diagnosis and classification.
  • Help students to acquire the knowledge about the symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and causes of various psychological disorders.
  • Examine multiple probable causes and correlates of behaviour.
  • Create awareness about mental health problems in society.

 

 Psychology Special -2

 

DSE-2A : Developmental Psychology

Semester-3 

Learning Objectives:

  • Define Developmental theory and explain how theories are used to understand child behaviour and development.
  • Examine and evaluate the role of play and its relationship to development at various stages.
  • The effect of biological, environmental and cultural influences on development of children of all ages.

Outcomes:-

  • Understand the importance, characteristics and concern in lifespan development
  • Understand biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional processes.
  • Understand the periods of development, the significance of age, and discuss developmental issues.
  • Understand Psychoanalytic, Cognitive, Behavioural and Social Cognitive, Ethological, Ecological and Eclectic theories of development
  • Understand methods of data collection and research designs used in Life-span development research

 

Semester- 4

DSE-2B: Theories of Personality 

Learning Objectives:-

  • Identify meaning and appropriate application of course concepts.
  • Personality related processes that underlie individual differences in behaviour.
  • Personality theory are to explain how people behave and to predict responses to life’s demands.

 

Outcomes:

  • Understand the concept of personality with various theories of personality on the basis of personality psychology.
  • Understand different framework and theoretical aspects of personality.
  • Understand and observe, interpret individual differences in behaviour in the light of sound theoretical systems of personality.
  • Understand comprehensive overview of the major theories personality.

 

 

Skill Enhancement Courses 

    Semester-3 

   SEC-2A: Health Promotion Life Skills

 

  • Life skill help individuals to deal with rapid changes brought about by modernization.
  • Life skill are promoting psycho-social abilities and consequently they provide psycho physical health.
  • Life skill motivated healthy behaviour and increase self confidence.

 

 

  Semester-4

SEC-2B: Basic Counselling Skills

  • Facilitating behavioural change.
  • Helping improve  the client’s ability to both establish and maintain relationship.
  • Helping enhance the client’s effectiveness and their ability to cope.
  • Helping promote the decision making process while facilitating client potential.

 

Subject-Hindi

Course Outcomes – 2019 Pattern (SemisterPattern)

प्रथम वर्ष कला (FYBA) 

प्रथम अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य से परिचित हुए l

छात्रों का मौलिक लेखन की और रुझान बढ़ा l

विज्ञापन लेखन कौशल विकसित हुआ l

मौलिक लेखन की ओर रुझान बढाना l

विज्ञापन लेखन कौशल विकसित करना

द्वितीय अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य साहित्य से परिचित हुए l

निबंध लेखन कौशल को विकसित हुआ l

छात्र विज्ञापन लेखन कौशल में निपुण हुएl

प्रथम वर्ष वाणिज्य (FYBCOM)

प्रथम अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य साहित्य से परिचित हुए l

हिंदी भाषा द्वारा संवाद कौशल विकसित हुआ l

मौलिक लेखन की ओर रुझान बढा l

विज्ञापन लेखन कौशल विकसित हुआ l

द्वितीय अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य साहित्य से परिचित हुए

विज्ञापन लेखन के प्रकारों  से परिचित हुए  l

अनुवाद का स्वरुप पता चला l

पारिभाषिक शब्दावली से अवगत हुए l

द्वितीय वर्ष कला (SYBA)

तृतीय अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य साहित्य से परिचित हुए

हिंदी कारक-व्यवस्था से परिचित हुए  l

संक्षेपण लेखन का प्रत्यक्ष बोध हुआ l

चतुर्थ अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्रों को व्यंग विधा का परिचय हुआ l

साक्षात्कार कला में निपुण हुए l

भाषा का मोबाइल तंत्र समझा l

पल्लवन कला से परिचित हुए

द्वितीय वर्ष विज्ञान (SYBSC)

तृतीय अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य से परिचित हुए l

काव्य लेखन एवं कहानी लेखन कला का परिचय हुआ l

छात्रों में साहित्यालोचन दृष्टि विकसित हुई l

द्वितीय वर्ष विज्ञान (SYBSC)

चतुर्थ अयन

Course  Outcomes

छात्र हिंदी कहानी एवं काव्य से परिचित हुए l

काव्य लेखन एवं कहानी लेखन कला का परिचय हुआ l

छात्रों में साहित्यालोचन दृष्टि विकसित हुई l