Liberal Arts

English (H)

The objective of the course is to apply insight about fundamental linguistic ways to demonstrate basic skills.

A degree is liberal arts will enable students to understand the importance of oral and written forms of communication. Students will also get to learn the different forms of literary works. A student will be required to undergo dissertation work in the final year.

Nowdays English has a special and predominant role in the communicative sphere of the world. It has also a special identify in the field of education. When studying literature, students can learn not only language aspects such as vocabulary items but also that language can be used for specific and aesthetic purposes.

Familiarity with the concept of beat-meter and rhythm can improve their own writing as students are able to appreciate and apply these ideas.

Economics (H)

This course will help the students in achieving the following objectives-

  • To learn and organize economic activities, such as production, distribution, consumption, and the growth of productive resources.
  • To determine the macroeconomic conditions (national output, employment, and inflation), causes of business cycles, and interactions of monetary and financial markets with the real economy, familiarizing themselves in the process with major economic theories of relevance.
  • To make the students familiar with the origins and implications of processes of international economic integration and differentiation, the basic features of the international financial and monetary systems, and their implications for national economic policy.
  • To make students familiar with the history of economic thought and the controversies between its major schools of thought and contrasting theoretical approaches.
  • To make students analyze research questions with the use of econometric technique by identifying data and model specification issues; selecting and implementing suitable multiple regression techniques based on their analysis of error structures; and conducting basic analyses of time-series

English & Journalism

The undergraduate programme in Liberal Arts with major in English Journalism introduces the student to the multidisciplinary world of education and empowers them for dealing with complexity and diversity in rapidly changing society. Liberal Arts course help students develop their sense of social responsibility with strong and transferable intellectual capacities involving communication and professional skills, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and demonstrated aptitude to apply critical thinking in the real-world scenario. Further, the study of liberal arts course would provide students a broad knowledge base with multidisciplinary perspective of the world along with developing a thorough understanding of field of English Journalism.

The course in English Journalism helps the student to acquire skills to engage with a wider audience and develop their own journalistic style while building a solid understanding of the multiple aspects that shape the world around us. The course not only prepares the student for today but equip them for future with knowledge about interconnected world through a multitude of disciplines. It gives the flexibility to choose the areas that interest the student. The practical journalism component of this course, where student uses multi-media channels such as radio, television and online media, and deepen his/her knowledge of journalism on an international scale, supplements the theoretical learning’s from the course. Overall the course aims at developing a holistic understanding of Journalism and Media Studies.


The Objective of the course is to develop understanding of the major areas of Political Science as per the Indian and Global perspective as taught in renowned Universities and Colleges of India and abroad. The major area includes the study of the Indian Constitution and to provide students an introduction to the fundamental concepts in political theory. It gives an overview of political theories, its approaches and forms of in Indian and the World. It then proceeds to elaborate in a detailed manner on the key concepts of ‘Liberty’, ‘Equality’, ‘Justice’, ‘Rights’ and ‘State and Sovereignty’ among the students.

It has been designed to develop understanding among the students of the functions of the Indian Government and its various existing systems and institutions. The history and changing nature of political systems in India will form a greater focus in understanding the on-going debate on politics and government. A unique feature of the content will be its emphasis upon looking at specific contemporary debates in Indian Politics by political thinkers and to understand the World Politics with the perspective of world political thinkers. The subject political psychology is also incorporated so that the students understand the nature and behavior of the world in politics.

It has been designed to provide students with critical insights into the numerous dimensions of foreign policy with specific focus on India. It will introduce the evolving nature of India’s foreign policy by laying emphasis upon its determinants, objectives and environment post independence. It will also deliberate upon India’s regional approach in the contemporary environment.

It has been designed to provide students with critical insights into the numerous dimensions of foreign policy with specific focus on India. It will deliberate upon India’s strategic approach towards important emerging nations and established world powers in the present environment. A unique feature of the content will be its emphasis on contemporary traditional and nontraditional security challenges like terrorism, environmental change, civil society, media, emergence of information communication technology, low intensity conflicts, public diplomacy and its implications for India’s foreign policy.

It has been designed to understand and critically analyze key issues in contemporary International Politics. This paper will introduce students to five important issues impacting the world environment in the 21st century. These include interpreting the growing salience of geography and its influence on politics; the rise of violent non state actors and asymmetric conflicts; the discourse on the politics involved in climate change negotiations; rising concern over the spread of nuclear weapons and its implications for security and the impact of migration.

Bsc. Computer Science

The computing science course curriculum is designed to teach how to design, build and analyze complex computer systems – in both theory and practice. It will encompass how computers work – programming them to make them do what we want and learning how they fit into their environment. The course concentrates on creating link between theory and practice. It covers wide variety of technologies and their applications. A student will be skilled for reasoning regressively about the behavior of the program and computer system and for application such as scientific computing. They will also gain practical problem solving and program design skills. Each semester contains elective subjects which can be chosen from various specialized areas and students can pursue his specialization along with basic computer – science knowledge.

Psychology (H)

The program aims at producing psychologists par excellence who have the necessary knowledge, skills, and sensitivity needed to examine the human phenomenon.

Psychology is a scientific discipline and a profession. The program’s goals and objectives are aligned with the subjects taught during the course. The program would develop a knowledge base of human behavior across the broad areas of psychology for the learner. Along with this the learner would develop skills required to engage in practice or research in a specific area within psychology. The student would learn the scientific approach to solve problems related to behavior and mental processes.

The program would help him get engaged in critical thinking, use reasoning in arguments and persuasion, and approach problems with sophistication. The course provides him awareness of the applications of psychology in the professions associated with psychology. In addition to this the student will be able to identify psychology's major applications, articulate how it can be used toward social understanding and public policy and recognize the ethical complexities of applying psychology.

The course provides an excellent base for careers in counseling psychology, educational psychology, forensic psychology, health psychology and sports psychology among many others.

Liberal Arts

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