Programme Specific Outcomes & Course Outcomes

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Programme Specific Outcomes & Course Outcomes



PSO1: Demonstrate the ability to organize and carry out long, complex physics problems, articulate expectations for, and justify reasonableness of solutions, state strategy/model and assumptions, and demonstrate an awareness of what constitutes sufficient evidence or proof.

PSO2: Generally, demonstration is given on many topics in each of Classical & Relativistic Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Electromagnetism/Optics, Thermodynamics/Statistical Mechanics, and Mathematical Physics, as defined by the commonly-used undergraduate textbooks. Not all topics in each subfield will be mastered or even addressed, but enough will be presented that students will be able to self-teach those not covered. As a consequence, the practice will initiate the mechanism of life-long learning within the individual.

PSO3: The student will be able to communicate effectively through electronic media, e.g.; power point presentation etc. The student will be conversant to share different scientific ideas with the general peoples as well as recruiters of different sectors.

PSO4: The student will be able to share different scientific information to demolish the ideas of different superstitions generally found in our society. Students will communicate physics concepts, processes, and results effectively, both verbally and in writing. It will in turn enrich the quality of life in our society.

PSO5: As a student of physics, one can address the burning issues of environmental problems and propose possible remedies to resolve the problem.


 After completion of the course, the student will be able to

1)      Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles and concepts of physics which include mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics.


2)      Apply the knowledge of physics and analyze physical systems by constructing mathematical models in which they identify the essential aspects of a problem, formulate a strategy for solution, make appropriate approximations, evaluate the correctness of their solution, and communicate their work clearly.

3)      Apply the concept of IC, CRO, digital circuits, data processing circuits, microprocessor architecture etc. to understand the basic mechanism of any electronic device.

4)      Use basic computational techniques for modeling physical systems including those that don't have analytical answers. Student will be well conversant with different types of scientific programming languages.

5)      Systematically explore physical phenomena by setting up experiments, collecting and analyzing data, and interpreting their results.

6)      Apply the concept of thermal physics to understand the effect of thermal radiation from different sources on earth.  Students can understand the effect of nuclear radiation on human body and can make one convinced about nuclear hazards and its effect on environment.

7)      Apply the concept of laser physics to identify the merits and demerits of laser light in comparison of ordinary light. 




PSO1: Demonstrate, solve and an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of chemistry. Solve the problem and also think critically, methodically, independently and draw a logical conclusion. Employ the scientific knowledge to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical reactions.


PSO2: Create an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment, society, and development outside the scientific community.  Find out the green route for chemical reaction for sustainable development.


PSO3: To inculcate the scientific temperament in the students and outside the scientific community. The process will help a student to engage oneself in life-long learning.


PSO4: Use of modern techniques, decent equipments and Chemistry software’s to communicate his/her idea efficiently to the peoples of different fields.



After completion of the subject the student will be able to

1)      Recognize and apply the principles of atomic and molecular structure to predict chemical properties and chemical reactivity.

2)      Employ critical thinking and scientific inquiry in the performance, design, interpretation and documentation of laboratory experiments, at a level suitable to succeed at an entry-level position in chemical industries or a chemical graduate programme.

3)      Able to interpret and analyze quantitative data.

4)      Able to understand theoretical concepts of instruments that are commonly used in most chemistry fields as well as interpret and use data generated in instrumental chemical analysis.

5)      To explain nomenclature, stereochemistry, structures, reactivity, and mechanism of the chemical reactions.

6)      Solve the numerical problems based on Rate constant. Understand the term specific volume, molar volume and molar refraction.







PSO1: 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.

PSO2: A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them many aspects of Mathematical Sciences throughout life.

PSO3: A student will 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.

PSO4: A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present and future role as part of our culture.


After completing the course, students will able to

1)      Learn analysis of multivariable functions, continuity, differentiability, multiple integrals and their Application to area and volumes.

2)      Apply factor theorem, remainder theorem to solve problems on polynomials and solve the system of homogeneous and non homogeneous linear of m equations in n variables by using concept of rank of matrix, finding eigen values and eigen vectors.

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

4)      Use the concept of basis and dimension of vector spaces linear dependence and linear independence, to solve problems.

5)      Identify the various algebraic structures with their corresponding binary operations.

6)      Generalize the groups on the basis of their orders, elements, order of elements and group relations.

7)      Solve linear differential equations with constant coeffiecients, non -homogeneous differential equations, system of first order equations, and solution of differential equations by power series method.







PSO1: Students will acquire advanced knowledge of national and international politics. They will gain conceptual depth in the field of political science, learn methodological tools, and further develop their critical thinking abilities. Students enable to analyze political and policy problems and formulate policy options.

PSO2: Students will be able to develop academic proficiency in the subfields of Indian Government and Politics, Comparative Government, International Relations, Public Administration, Political Theory, and Political Ideology by means of self study throughout his/ her life. 

PSO3: Students can take positions on, and argue (orally and in writing) for different political and issue positions. Students enable to discuss the major theories and concepts of political science and its subfields, and also deliver thoughtful and well articulated presentations.

PSO4: Students enable to create value in young youth regarding the patriotism.


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      appreciate the various phases of Indian national movement.

2)      understand the philosophy of Indian constitutions and know the salient features in making of Indian constitution.

3)      identify the causes, impact of British colonial rule.

4)      understand the various Government of Indian acts their provision and reforms. 

5)      appreciate the fundamental rights and duties and the directive principle of state policy 

6)      evaluate the evolution, functioning and consequences of political parties in India.

7)      identify how electoral rules and procedure in India effect election outcomes.

8)      examine political thought through the Classical, Renaissance, and Enlightenment periods based on the works of Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Tocqueville, and Marx. 

9)      compare and contrast the concepts of justice, freedom, equality, citizenship, and sovereignty in the works of Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau.

10)  explain the different versions of, and importance of, the state of nature to political thought.

11) enable to appreciate the socio-economic political factors which lead to the freedom struggle. 








The programme is focused on an array of topics like Indian and Western Philosophy, Social & Political Philosophy, Psychology, Logic, Ethics & Analytic Philosophy and such in the context of an overall effort to present concepts, techniques and models. The objective of the programme in Philosophy is to assist students to assimilate a rational conception of reality as a whole. It helps students to combine sound logical doctrine with sound pedagogy and provide illustrative material suggestive of the role of logic in every department of thought.


It enables students to understand effectively Philosophy which is the Mother of all sciences and its relation to other social sciences.


The syllabus helps to sharpen the student’s mind, communication skills (through students’ seminars) and understand the subject with greater case.


It helps students to apply theoretical principles to contemporary problems and thereby effectively handles issues in social life.


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      to apply logic. 

2)      understand the relation of ethics and religion with philosophy.

3)      describe the knowledge, reality, and value of different Indian schools of philosophy namely Sankhya, Yoga, and Buddhism, Vedanta, Nyaya etc

4)      discuss the various aspects of political philosophy.    

5)      explain the meaning of social philosophy.      

6)      discuss the validity of oriental and occidental philosophy.

7)      discuss the views of different Western schools of Philosophy namely Locke, Kant, Hegel, Spinoza, Descartes, Hume and the likes.







The programme is designed in such a way that if serious, a student can enhance and develop his/her ability for critical thinking. It is designed in such a manner that apart from Bengali Language and Literature the students will also develop aesthetic qualities and have a profound knowledge about what’s happening around in the global context.    


Students can get a scope to know about the Bengali Literature not only of India but also that of Bangladesh our neighboring country. Students are enabled to transfer and apply the acquired concepts and principles to study different branches of Bengali literature that is fiction, short story, essay and poetry and can cultivate these throughout life.   


The programme helps to develop effective communication skills by means of participation in drama, recitations etc. It helps to develop a conception of aesthetic sense and understand the interdisciplinary approach.


A strong concept of linguistics, history of old, medieval and modern Bengali literature helps student to understand the inter-personal relationship in the socio-economic context.


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      increase conception of Bengali fiction and short story, essay and novel.

2)      have an understanding of Bengali Prose work from nineteenth century to modern age both fiction and non-fiction.

3)      analyse Bengali Rhythms, Alonkar and develop ideas on Ramayan, Bhagbat, Mahabharata, Shakta Padabali , Baishnab Padabali and Annadamangal.

4)      have understanding of Bengali poetry from 7th. Century AD to Modern date.

5)      A clear idea about Bengali Drama from 19th century to till date.







The programme assists a student to think logically and organize tasks into a structured form, to assimilate knowledge and ideas based on wide reading and through the internet, to transfer appropriate knowledge and methods from one topic to another within the subject, to understand the evolving state of knowledge in a rapidly developing field, to construct and test hypothesis.


It help to know about organisms and causal factor responsible for plant diseases & methods of studying plant diseases in day by day life. Student can identify the taxonomic position of plants and analyze non-reported plants with substantiated conclusions using first principles and methods of nomenclature and classification in Botany. 


The student will be able to impart the knowledge of the technique of medicinal gardening in cultivation practices, marketing and utilization of selected medicinal plants, standardization and quality control of herbal drugs to make the society enriched.


A student can help farmers to familiarize with some common plant diseases of India, to know about the requirement of mineral nutrition for plant growth and to learn the techniques of gardening - Types, Methods & Tools.


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      learn the phylogenetic analysis –molecular evolution

2)      the application of Bioinformatics in Drug designing

3)   learn the characteristics, identification, cultural methods and maintenance of Azospirillum, Azotobacter, Azolla and Anabaena.

4)      Determination of Osmotic Pressure – Plasmolytic method.

5)      Learn about classification, characteristics, ultra structure of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic microbes

6)      Gain knowledge on Host parasite interaction process







During our programme, students can increase their thinking capability from their own experiments and field work. They can explain the role and impact of different environmental conservation programmes utilizing fundamental concepts of different techniques on applied Zoology.

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Students can came up with different kinds of innovative ideas as our subject deal with various fields of modern biology. They can help people to understand various genetic abnormalities and develop respect for nature, explain various physiological changes in our bodies, analyze the impact of environment on our bodies. They can understand the importance of modern zoology like genetic engineering. The programme helps to develop positive attitude towards sustainable development among students.


Student can communicate effectively in different seminars/ workshops in topics related to zoology.



A student can identify various potential risk factors to health of humans and make the society aware of it, animals beneficial to humans, understand the unity of life with the rich diversity of organisms and their ecological and evolutionary significance.


After completion of B. Sc. programme students should be able to … 

1)      demonstrate various types of Eggs

2)      learn about various types of Placenta

3)      develop skill in observing sperm motility

4)      apply the knowledge to collect various Biological data

5)      familiar with various Lifestyle diseases

6)      understand the importance of Bio molecules

7)      understand the importance of Immune system

8)      perform a variety of molecular and cellular biology techniques

9)      understand the basis of life processes in the non-chordates and recognize the economically important invertebrate fauna.







After completion of the programme, students should gain the proficiency to describe the characteristics of the Samskrit Literature from the eyes of the linguistics, to nurture the notion of value education in the course. They can give extensive introduction and importance to Ancient Science in Samskrit.



Students can explain the samskrit sentence making and the error correction. They become trained for careers and advanced studies in wide range of Samskrit Research, Pedagogy and translation fields.



Student can make aware the society about introductory Grammar of Samskrit. They might equip people with knowledge of Samskrit as a communicative language.


Student can nurture the fact that the Samskrit Language is the mother of all Indian Languages. As a consequence, they can organize different awareness programme about Samskrit literature.



After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      have special understanding of the epic Mahabharatha.

2)      give explanation of Bana’s autobiography and the story of the ancestors of harsha and the disasters which happend later and how they faced them.

3)      give special introduction on the champu –the significant genre of kavya.      

4)      explain the story of Vatsaraja Udayana.

5)      introduce the various types of kavya to the students through the khandakavya of kalidasa.

6)      narrate the whole story of Kadambari and the study of the syllabus – Mahashweta vrittanta .

7)      narrate the Ayodhya kanda of champu ramayana on the basis of Valmiki Ramayana.

8)      Give extensive explanation about the poet ‘kaviratna’ kalidasa and about the mahakavya Raghuvamsha.

9)      Give special reference to the brilliance of ancient (Indian) scientists and to explain that thoroughly.







PSO1:--- Students can apply basic mathematical and statistical tools of analysis, critical and analytical skills and methods to the identification, evaluation and resolution of complex problems. Students can gain the quality of strategic and critical thinking in relation to business and commerce related issues. Synthesis of knowledge across disciplines and problem solving capability through the application of appropriate theories, principles and data can help a student to take effective decision in business and commerce.

PSO2:--- Analysis and evaluation of evidence in the commerce disciplines in support of an argument, proposition or solution to problems in organizations and in society will help a student to engage him/ herself in self-directed study.

PSO3:--- Students should communicate ideas effectively in both written and oral formats using information from diverse sources related to economics, Management and commerce. They might become valuable participants in discussion and debate on national and international issues related to the disciplines of the faculty. 

PSO4:--- Students have the proficiency to work collaboratively and productively in groups, to operate effectively in multicultural and diverse environments, to recognize and understand the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organizations in society, to be aware of cultural differences and able to account for these in developing solutions to commerce related problems.


After completion of B. Com.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      understand the provisions of Income Tax for computing Total Income and Tax Liability of various persons.

2)      familiarize people with the procedure of income tax assessment.

3)      have a thorough knowledge on the management accounting techniques in business decision making.

4)      understand the principles and practice of auditing.

5)      create an interest towards stock market investment

6)      develop the skill for the preparation of final accounts and acquire professional competence in accounting.

7)      provide knowledge on the concept of finance.

8)      provide an moderate idea on Capital Market.

9)      provide conceptual and analytical insights to make financial decisions skillfully.

10) equip people to have a practical insight for becoming an entrepreneur.







After completion of the programme, Students understand the history of the countries other than India with comparative approach. They can think and argue historically and critically in writing and discussion.

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Students should motivate themselves in learning about the economic conditions and social structure of ancient, medieval and modern indigenous people. They should develop a strong foundation of Historical idea and its scope, nature and relationship with other social sciences. They can study further in the applied field of history as archaeology.


Students should make the society to be familiar with the range of issues related Indian History and its distinctive eras. They help people to understand the basic themes, concepts, chronology and the Scope of Indian History.


Students will try to build awareness about Historical study in India and the study of Indian historical writings, chronological sequence of world events and its contribution to Indian Culture and Society.


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1)      analyze the circumstances that led to the establishment of colonialism in India and analyze the resistance movements against the British History of Modern World.

2)      get an idea about the First and Second World Wars and evaluate the achievements and failures of the international organizations History of Pre-Modern India.

3)      make one aware about the various stages in the Indian National movements.

4)      familiarize about European advances, Socio-Political agitations, social reform movements.

5)      understand any social Problem relevant to the study of History.

6)      introduce the four Major Revolutions of the 20th century (Russian, Chinese, Cuban and Vietnamese).

7)      provide with a graphic account of the circumstances that led to the formation of Indian Union.

8)      provide with a graphic account of the circumstances that led to the formation of Indian Union.

9)      make one aware about the conceptual and general issues regarding culture and civilization of the ancient period Evolution of Early Indian Society and Culture..

10)  equip with an idea on the Social – Cultural and administrative features during the medieval period History of Modern World.






After completion of the programme, students should critically comprehend major economic characteristics of India vis á vis the global economy.


Students should be able to relate key aspects of micro as well as macro foundations of different economic indicators. Moreover, they should understand and analyze two primary macroeconomic policy measures, viz. monetary and fiscal policies, their transmission channels and impacts on the target variable(s).


Students should understand the empirical measurements of major economic variables and indicators such as GDP, price indices (CPI, WPI, etc.), BoP, poverty, unemployment rate, stock market indices, etc.


Students should aware of the natures and functioning of various markets pertaining to different financial instruments like options, derivatives, shares, bonds, debt, etc. Besides, they should be able to choose the best economic project on the basis of cost-benefit analysis. 


After completion of B. A.  programme students should be able to … 

1.      describe the factors responsible for economic crises occurred over the years.

2.      propose suitable policy measures for containing the volatility in general price level in one hand, and the improvement of GDP growth for India on the other.

3.      explain the factors responsible for inflation in India in recent past.

4.      make one aware about different policy measures of the Government in view of increasing employment opportunities in agriculture, manufacturing and services sectors on pan-India basis.

5.      perform simple statistical analysis to explain the relationships between inflation and purchasing power of consumers; GDP growth over time; consumer’s income and his demand for a commodity; appreciation and depreciation of rupee against major foreign currencies; etc.








The students are acquainted with the recent critical/theoretical engagements in global academia while the texts in the UG syllabus are taught/ discussed in the classes. Attempts have been made to familiarize the students with the modern political and sociological thoughts while teaching literary and philosophical texts that have exerted impact on thinking and everyday/quotidian living. Seminars and Special lectures are regularly organized to disseminate ideas and issues relating life to the texts.



The students have been taught using such effective teaching-learning methodologies that look toward an well-rounded development of the learner, his/her self-efficiency and self-help. The techne of learning itself assist and boost them engage effectively with the social, political and cultural course of the time. Both the teachers and the students seriously involve and engage themselves in life-long learning by regularly participating in the seminars and symposiums and exchange-programmes and presenting productive research papers.  



In connection with the syllabus of English language and literature, the students are intimately taught spoken communication (use of stress and intonation) and communicating ideas and thoughts rationally and intellectually to the people of/ different sorts of (disciplinary) orientation. As the syllabus focuses on interdisciplinarity, the students have been oriented to learn to have dialogues with and disseminate ideas to/with people of differently oriented reason. The participate in seminars and exchange programmes and present papers and posters.


As practicing Humanities the students learn by themselves to reorganize their desires and effectively engage themselves for the benefit and betterment of society. They are trained to learn to activate their imaginative insights to reach the under-developed and hapless communities around the surroundings and unconditionally give their intellectual labour for educating and enlightening the backward. 





After completion of B. A. Honours/General programme the students should be able to address or deal with the followings:

            Core Courses (CC)


1. ENGH-G-CC-T-1

·         Introducing and initiating interest amongst students about British Poetry and Drama of 17th and 18th centuries.

·          Critically indulging in to the literary ambience of Jacobean, Augustan and Neo classical era.

·          Focusing on restoration comedy, revenge tragedy and poetry of the time to focus on the general literary tendency of the era and equip students with the capacity to analytical reading.


      2. ENGH-G-CC-T-2: British Literature: 18th Century

·         Introducing and initiating interest amongst students about British literature of 18th century.

·         Focusing on the prescribed texts which cover important literary genres of this era like satire, novel, poetry and drama.

·         Envisioning critical analytical skill and through knowledge about 18th century British literature amongst students.


3. ENGH-G-CC-T-3: British Romantic Literature

·         Cultivating analytical skill and theoretical approach to study romantic age.

·         Looking at the important works of significant poets and authors of British isle and understanding romantic age in England and major tendencies.

·         Focusing on the poetic process, role of imagination, significance of revolution and nature upon romantic poets.

·          Studying gothic of romantic era to understand representation and implication of horror and supernatural in this genre.


     4. ENGH-G-CC-T-4: British Literature: 19th Century

·         Focusing on novel as a genre and how it contributes to the literature of nineteenth century England.

·          Introducing with feminist point of view to analyze gender and women’s rights’ movement in Victorian era.

·         Looking at the poetical tradition of Victorian era and focus on how the poets experimented in terms of form and content. 

·          Making palpable the socio economic and political paradigm of this era to help them associate with emerging industrialization and expansion of empire.


5. ENGH-G-DSE-T-1: Modern Indian Writing in English Translation

·         Introducing students with excellence literary works originally written in several Indian languages. The texts capture fervor of modern Indian literature from different regions.

·         Facilitating with the capacity to understand and critically analyze voices of marginalized section of Indian society.

·         Foregrounding the basics to understand translation studies.


·         Focusing on aesthetic, stylistic and interesting narrative techniques of the modern Indian writers.

·         Formulating critical understanding of caste, class, gender in Indian subcontinent looking at th literary paradigms.


6. ENGH-G-DSE-T-2: Partition Literature

·         Focusing on partition as a significant socio political event in shaping Indian society after the independence.

·         Looking at the aspect how Partition is imbued with experience of violence, trauma and pain.

·         Focusing on memory as an important vehicle to commemorate and drive the narratives of Partition violence and aftermath.

·         Understanding how marginalized and silenced voices are finding a ground to narrate the painful event of losing homeland, identity and livelihood.

·         Critically focus on at time and space as important aspects while discussing implication of memory in different  literary genres dealing with Partition in India.


Indian & European Classical Literature: ENGH-H-CC-T-1 & 2 (NEW)

·          Experiencing the spellbound classical Indian Literature in English Translation.


·         Understanding theoretical approach to study classical Indian and European Literature.

·         Critically understand and appreciate classical Indian/European drama; theory and practice.

·         Understanding themes and adaptations of Indian/European Epic tradition.

·         Appreciating and understanding Alamkara and rasa.


Postcolonial and Feminist Theory

·         Dealing with Postcolonial and feminist theories and texts

·         Reading texts that deal with the notion of women’s subjectivity and agency


Generic elective courses (GE):


 1. ENGH-G-GE-T-1: Academic Writing and Composition

·         Providing introduction to the Writing Process

·         Making familiar with the conventions of Academic Writing

·         Equipping with how to write in one’s own words, i.e Summarizing and Paraphrasing

·         Broadening critical thinking providing understanding of syntheses, analyses, and evaluation.

·         Inculcating polished sense how to structure an argument, i.e. formulating introduction, interjection, and conclusion

·         Facilitating full-fledged academic writing skill by introducing rules of citing resources; also introducing editing, book and media review in order to mediate with the functional in the emerging job market.


2. ENGH-G-GE-T-2: Contemporary India: Women and Empowerment


·         Introducing with the feminist perspective by focusing on social construction of gender.

·         Critically focusing on the terms such as masculinity, femininity and patriarchy

·         Understanding history of women's movements in India (Pre-independence, post-independence and how women operated and politically participated in the context  partition and  nationalist movement.

·         Focusing on women’s empowerment in secular democracy facilitated by legal tools and aids.  Here workshops and practical exposure to the societal problems make student aware about the social dynamics of women and their position in the secular state.

·         Introducing women’s relation with environment and ecology; i.e. eco-feminism and critique.


·         Facilitating young learners with state interventions in terms of violence against women; i.e. domestic violence, female foeticide, sexual harassment

·         Experiencing  women’s perspective and their voices by looking at feminist assertions in literary texts; i.e. feminist utopia.



                        Ability enhancement compulsory courses (AECC)


1. ENGH-G-AECC-T-1: English Communication (L1/L2)

·         Introducing students to the theory, fundamentals and tools of communication

·         Developing vital communication skills which should be integral to personal, social and professional interactions.

·         Addressing some of these aspects through an interactive mode of teaching learning process and by focusing on various dimensions of communication skills.

·         Functionally achieve language of communication, various speaking skills and communication in professional as well as writing skills.

·         Using some elements of science to methodically process final outcome.



Skill Enhancement Courses


1. ENGH-G-SEC-T-1: English Language Teaching

·         Focussing on how to understand the learners

·         Developing understanding of  structures of English Language

·         Functionally equip with methods of teaching English Language and Literature

·         Usefully handling Materials for Language Teaching

·         Accomplishing the capacity to assess Language Skills of learners

·         Skillfully using Technology in Language Teaching


2. ENGH-G-SEC-T-2: Soft Skills

·         Focusing on the importance of Teamwork to inculcate softskill.

·         Understanding Emotional Intelligence and its’ implications

·         Critically understand importance of adaptability and how it helps to furnish soft skills.

·         Learning the leadership qualities and building confidence level.

·         Implicating problem solving capacity and henceforth becoming fuctional in professional atmosphere.


3. ENGH-G-SEC-T-3: Business Communication

·         Introducing to the essentials of Business Communication: i.e Theory and Practice

·         Citing references, and using bibliographical and research tools to facilitate functional learning.

·         Writing a project report with proper structure and furnished language; i.e  Writing reports on fieldwork/ visits to industries, business concerns etc./ business negotiations Summarizing annual report of companies and Writing minutes of meetings

·         Accomplishing skills to maintain E-correspondence through ICT.


4. ENGH-G-SEC-T-4: Technical Writing

·         Understanding Communication: i.e Language and communication, differences between speech and writing, distinct features of speech, distinct features of writing.

·         Acquiring  writing skills: i.e. Selection of topic, thesis statement, developing the thesis, introductory, transitional and concluding paragraphs

·         Skillfully possess capacity to furnish Technical writing: i.e. scientific and technical subjects; formal and informal writings; formal writings; formal writings/ reports, handbooks, manuals, letters, memorandum, notices, agenda, minute, common errors to be avoided


                        Language Compulsory courses (LCC)


1.      ENGH-G-LCC-T-1: Indian Writing in English

·         Facilitating critical understanding about the context and style of writing. Experiencing Indian Literature by looking at some key texts written by 19th and twentieth century writers.

·         Understanding the aesthetic elements of the texts describing details of Indian lives and society.

·         Facilitate students’ critical lens to analyze the societal background and appreciate the scathing critiques of society foregrounded in the literary texts.

·         Understand the eminent writers and their translated works.


2. ENGH-G-LCC-T-2: Literature of the British Isles

·         Introducing students with literary works from eminent writers of British Isles.

·         Inculcating interest amongst students about writings from different ages.

·         Understanding various literary genres like different kinds of poetry, nature of plays and elements of short stories.