Programme Outcomes and Course Outcomes
Programme Outcomes and Course Outcomes
Students of all Bachelors of Arts programme s at the time of graduation will be able to get: 
PO1: Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational and personal) from different perspectives 
PO2: Effective Communication: Speak, read, write and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books media and technology PO3: Social Interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help to reach conclusions in group settings. 
PO4: Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.
PO5: Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own understand the moral dimensions of your decisions and accept responsibility for them
PO6: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development. 
PO7: Self –directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes
The Syllabus of B. A. in Assamese is prepared to provide students in depth ideas of various issues related to Assamese language, literature and culture. The course also provides some basic ideas about the concept of linguistics, comparative Indian literature and world literature. Gender issues are not directly included in the course but some text are selected which can be analyzed from feminist perspective. The whole course basically involve with create consciousness about sustainability and development of Assamese language, literature and culture. The course wise curriculums are as follows:-

ASSAMESE GENERAL COURSE

ASSAMESE GENERAL COURSE

ASSAMESE GENERAL(ELECTIVE) COURSE                                     

B.A. IN ASSAMESE COURSE (CBCS)

QUALITY ENHANCEMENT COMPULSORY COURSE

               Skill development compulsory course

MAIN COURSE RELATED CHOICE BASE COURSE

INTER-DISCIPLINARY CHOICE BASE COURSE

COMPULSORY COURSE RELATED WITH ASSAMESE LANGUAGE-LITERATURE-CULTURE

Programme specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

 

PSO1: Understand the behavior of Indian and World Economy

 

PSO2: Analyse the macroeconomic policies including fiscal and monetary policies of India

 

PSO3: Determine economic variables including inflation, unemployment, poverty , GDP, Balance of Payments using statistical methods.

 

POS4: Understand the behavior of financial and money markets and perform cost-benefit analysis for making investment decisions.

Course Outcome  
Program Specific Outcome (PSO’s)

First Year (1st and 2nd Semester)
 
Philosophical foundation of education: The first semester of the major course orients the student’s Philosophical foundation of education, Philosophical thoughts of Indian and western Philosophy etc. Those thinkers who have made profound influence in the field of education and philosophy. The aims and major component of education, the sociological approach of education, and understanding of curriculum is the core course programme in the first year of the department.
Sociological foundation of education: The second major area of study during the first year in the department is about the concept, approaches and theories of educational sociology, social aspects, and social changes and development, political ideologies and the social group etc.
 
Second Year (3rd and 4th Semester) 

Educational Psychology: The idea of psychology and educational psychology is indispensable for Students in different reasons. In this course students learned about the basic concept, scope, functions of educational psychology and also about the concepts of motivation, intelligence, attention and interest, memory etc and the concepts of mental health and hygiene for adjustment in society Educational measurement and evaluation: This course introduces the student about the meaning, nature, scope and need of measurement and evaluation. To familiarize the learners with different types of tools: their characteristics and process of construction.  It also acquaints the learners with some specific tools of measuring intelligence personality and aptitude and to develop and understanding the meaning nature and application of statistics in measurement and evaluation. In core course paper also introduce about the measurement and evaluation of education and to provide the knowledge of contemporary issues of education.
 
Third Year (5th and 6th semester 

The programmes offered in this year cover a diverse set of issues. These courses acquainted with the students of Child psychology and child guidance, Education in post independent India, Educational technology, Techniques and methodology of teaching, Psychological practical and field report, Educational Management, Education in world perspective, Emerging trend in Indian Education etc.
The core courses acquaint with the students with the Developmental history of Indian education and the Techniques and methodology of teaching.
 

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Program Specific outcomes (PO’s)

* The Department of English follows the syllabus designed by Dibrugarh University for both major and non-major courses. 
* It offers students the opportunity to study significant texts produced from the British, American, Indian, Global Anglophone literature, Indian Classical literature, European Literature, Vernacular literature in translation along with a comprehensive linguistic course. 
* The courses cover a vast range of social, literary and cultural histories; in-depth explorations of genres such as fiction, poetry, non-fiction, drama, travelogue, biography, autobiography that offer profoundly insightful, varied, multi-dimensional, heterogeneous representation of the world. 
* In-depth and nuanced exploration of the literary texts helps the students to become more active and critical readers.  This transformative power of literary texts enhances the capability to be more emphatic, broadminded and imaginative.
* Studying literature at the undergraduate level encourages all the students to take the reading as an essential and rewarding part of a life-long commitment to learning and growth. 
* Apart from developing the literary skills, the English Honours course help students to build skills of interpretation. The students can practice writing in a variety of genres to creatively express their point of views.
* It leads the students to become more effective thinkers and communicators thus making them well-prepared for a variety of careers. 
* It equips students with knowledge of English as a world language. It helps the students to accurately and precisely communicate– both in speaking and writing – in a variety of contexts and genres.
* It helps to build a substantial command of English and its linguistic structures.
* It helps the students to recognize and comprehend different varieties of English.
* It equips student with analytical skills in linguistics, communications and literary criticism.
* It helps the students to analyze the structure and evolution of English words and texts from the point of view of morphology, phonology, grammar, syntax and semantics.
* The program is an effective tool to identify and describe the nature and function of language as a human attribute, including language acquisition, language and society, language and culture, language and thought.
* The Program trains students for careers and advanced studies in a wide range of English, Public Relations, or Communications fields.
* The program helps the students to apply theoretical frameworks for literary criticism, linguistic analysis, and communication theory.
* It helps the students to conduct original research and be prepared to pursue advanced studies in English, Public Relations, or Communication fields.
* The program builds the ability among students to read texts closely and to articulate the value of close reading in the study of literature and rhetoric.
* The students build the skill to respond imaginatively to the content and style of texts.
* The ability to write clearly, effectively, and imaginatively, and to accommodate writing style to the content and nature of the subject.
* Moreover, the course increases in-depth Knowledge of the Core Areas of the Subject among the students as they acquire a comprehensive and microscopic knowledge of the historical development of the English language and of literature along with literature from other countries such as American, Indian, and Global Anglophone.
* It helps the students to acquaint with a wide range of British and American literary works, as well as with selected authors and works of other literatures, including folk and popular forms.

COURSE OUTCOME

Program Specific outcomes(PSO’s)
* The Department of History follows the syllabus designed by Dibrugarh University for both major and non-major courses
* It offers the students to analyze the various source materials for the reconstruction of Ancient Indian History and the approaches of historical reconstruction. 
* The students will be acquainted with the various ancient cultures, the technological, economic, political and religious development of the period concerned.
* Understand background of religion, customs, institutions, administration and so on. 
* Understand the present existing social, political, religious and economic conditions of the people. 
* Develop practical skills helpful in the study and understanding of historical events.
* Develop interests in the study of history and activities relating to history. It is done by collecting  ancient arts, old coins and other historical materials; Visiting places of historical interests, archaeological sites, museums and archives; reading historical documents, maps, charts etc; playing active roles in activities of the historical organizations and associations; 
* The study of history helps to impart moral education. 

* History installs the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of the pupils.

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Programme Specific Outcomes 

* To understand and appreciate the role of interdisciplinary sciences in the development and well being of individuals, families and communities. 

* Understand the importance of food and health to enhance the quality of life of people. 

* To learn about the sciences and technologies that enhance quality of life of people 

* To acquire professional and entrepreneurial skills for economic empowerment of the student in particular and community in general. 

* Develop skills in food, nutrition, textiles, housing, product making, communication technologies and human development. 

* To take science from the laboratory to the people. 


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 Understanding the Principles of Public Administration: Program Specific Outcome Theory, Thoughts and Thinkers: The first semester of the course orients the students into the world of political theory, thought and major thinkers who have made profound influence in the field of political science. The development and growth of political science as a process and academic discipline form the core of the programme in the first year of the department.Further this course introduces the students to the important debates in the subject. These debates prompt us to consider that there is no settled way of understanding concepts and that in the light of new insights and challenges, besides newer ways of perceiving and interpreting the world around us, we inaugurate new modes of political debates.


Constitutional Government and Democracy in India: The second major area of study during the in the course is about the process of government and politics in India. Study of Indian context helps students to form an opinion into the working of their government and the various processes involved in governing this nation.

Idea of Public Administration is indispensable for Students in the contemporary world. In this course students learned about the basic concept, principle and dynamic of Public Administration and also about the emerging challenges of New Public Administration.The course also explores some of the recent trends, including feminism and ecological conservation and how the call for greater democratization is restructuring public administration. The course will also attempt to provide the students a comprehensive understanding on contemporary administrative developments.

Introduction to International Relations and Global Politics: This course introduces the students to important theories and issues of International Relations which help them to better understand the contemporary international issues.World Politics and Comparative study of different constitutions around the globe forms an important area of study in the third semester of the department. Knowledge about the functioning of various governments gives students a capacity to analyse different systems of government.The course also offers insights into key contemporary global issues such as the proliferation of nuclear weapons, ecological issues, international terrorism, and human security before concluding with a debate on the phenomenon of global governance.



Comparative Politics: This course will focus on examining politics in a historical framework while engaging with various themes of comparative analysis in developed and developing countries. The course is comparative in both what we study and how we study. In the process the course aims to introduce undergraduate students to some of the range of issues, literature, and methods that cover comparative political.


Political Philosophy and Thought: This course introduces the student to ancient Greek and classical along with Indian Philosophy and familiarizes students with the manner in which the political questions were first posed. This is a foundation course for students. The basic focus of study is on individual thinkers whose ideas are however framed by specific themes. The course is meant to provide a sense of the broad streams of Indian thought while encouraging a specific knowledge of individual thinkers and texts. Selected extracts from some original texts are also given to discuss in class with a critical appreciation.


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PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO’s) 
* Understand Sanskrit literature and the concept of Indian cultural heritage. 
* Illustrate and compare the Vedic and philosophical ideas in present situation. 
* Analyze the relevance of Sanskrit in present society. 
* Build a character with strong moral sense. 
* Apply the different rules of Sanskrit grammar. 
* Improve writing skill in Sanskrit. 
* Critical Appreciation of different literature in Sanskrit.
Course Outcome

Course Outcome