ENGLISH

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

SEMESTER I

1) Students will be aware of listening and speaking skills and the related sub-skills. They can focus a lot on listening style to be the better speaker of English language
2) Students can realize the proper style of English for oral communication and can use words and sentences with proper accent and intonation.
3) Students will speak English by using proper sentence structures
1) Students will get an introduction of English Literature
2) Students will be aware of different ages of English Literature
3) students will be encouraged students for learning literary and critical terms.
1)Students will understand the differences in old English and modern English.
2)Students can realize the different structures which are used in English language.
3)Students will be aware of the various styles of English language used in different walks of life.

SEMESTER II

1) By giving adequate exposure in reading and writing skills and the related sub-skills the students enhanced the communication skills.
2) The learners will increase their confidence in written and interpersonal communication.
3) The learners will recognize and used the sentence structures in English in written communication.

SEMESTER III

1) The students will understand the meaning, scope, development and major trends in drama.
2) The students will acquaint with literary achievements of some of the significant English writers and playwrights. They can know about the various types of drama.
3) The students will understand the significance and development of English drama.
4) The students will analyze the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
5) The students analyzed the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
1) The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence

SEMESTER IV

1) By giving adequate exposure in reading and writing skills and the related sub-skills the students enhanced the communication skills.
2) The learners will increase their confidence in written and interpersonal communication.
3) The learners will recognize and used the sentence structures in English in written communication
1) The students will understand the meaning, scope, development and major trends in drama.
2) The students will acquaint with literary achievements of some of the significant English writers and playwrights. They can know about the various types of drama.
3) The students will understand the significance and development of English drama.
4) The students will analyze the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
5) The students analyzed the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
1)The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.

SEMESTER V

1) Students will apply literary theories and principles of criticism to the literary texts from classical times to the present and evaluate it.
2) Students can apply various approaches and principles from literary theories to understand the literary text from different perspectives.
3) Students will analyze a literary text critically and interpret it.
4) Students will understand the philosophical base behind various literary texts by reading the philosophical ideas reflected in literary texts.
1) The students will acquaint with the American Literature
2) They will acquaint with the major works of American writers including Poet, Dramatist, and Novelist etc
3) The students will develop the interest of reading various genres of American Literature.
4) They will enable to comprehend the cultural and social values through American Literature.

SEMESTER VI

1) The students will acquaint with the literary genre of ‘prose,’ particularly Essays
2) The students will understand the meaning, types, features and functions of “Prose -Essays”
3) The students will encourage for reading, understanding, and appreciating Essays.
4) The students will start the habit of reading Essays.
1) Students will apply literary theories and principles of criticism to the literary texts from classical times to the present and evaluate it.
2) Students can apply various approaches and principles from literary theories to understand the literary text from different perspectives.
3) Students will analyze a literary text critically and interpret it.
4) Students will understand the philosophical base behind various literary texts by reading the philosophical ideas reflected in literary texts.

Post Graduate (Course Outcomes)

MA I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to lterature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.
1) The students will understand the meaning, scope, development and major trends in drama.
2) The students will acquaint with literary achievements of some of the significant English writers and playwrights. They can know about the various types of drama.
3) The students will understand the significance and development of English drama.
4) The students will analyze the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
1) Students will know the major novelists and the trends in English novels.
2) Students will take interest in reading novels as well as critically evaluate the novel at their own.
3) Students will develop the sense of understanding by reading the characters in the novels. They will cultivate good human temperament.
4) Reading novels will develop the linguistic competence and performance of the students.
1) Students will be aware of the major concepts related to language and linguistics
2) Students will understand various branches of Linguistics and the features and aspects of language they study.
3) Students will realize the variety and style of languages based on person, place, society, subject, culture, context etc
4) Students can understand the difference in the linguistics theories given by Indian scholars and western thinkers. It will help learners to know more about it. 5) Students can make stylistic and discourse analysis of prose and poetry by using techniques and the approaches and principles from linguistics.
1)The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.

MA I Year (SEMESTER II)

1)The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.
1) The students will understand the meaning, scope, development and major trends in drama.
2) The students will acquaint with literary achievements of some of the significant English writers and playwrights. They can know about the various types of drama.
3) The students will understand the significance and development of English drama.
4) The students will analyze the different themes and styles as reflected in the prescribed Drama.
1) Students will know the major novelists and the trends in English novels.
2) Students will take interest in reading novels as well as critically evaluate the novel at their own.
3) Students will develop the sense of understanding by reading the characters in the novels. They will cultivate good human temperament.
4) Reading novels will develop the linguistic competence and performance of the students.
1) Students will know the trends in Comparative Literature.
2) Students will take interest in reading translated works
3) Students will develop the sense of understanding by reading the characters in the novels. They will cultivate good human temperament doing the study of Comparative literature
4) Reading Comparative Literature will develop the linguistic competence and performance of the students.
1) Students will realize the reflection of theoretical concepts in translation studies & practice.
2) Students will understand translation in context and the ways in which texts are manipulated in the process of transfer across languages and cultures.
3) Students will come to know the translated literary texts from cultural approach.
4) Students can put into practice the process of transfer across languages and cultures.
5) Students will be familiar with the impact of translation as a force for change and the ways in which texts are received by readers in different cultural contexts

MA II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)Identify appropriate research topics 2) Demonstrate the ability to choose methods appropriate to research aims and objectives.
3) Organize and conduct research in a more appropriate manner.
4) Understand the limitations of particular research methods.
5)Develop advanced critical and fact finding thinking skills
6) Demonstrate enhanced writing skills to write a research proposal.
1)Students will apply literary theories and principles of criticism to the literary texts from classical times to the present and evaluate it.
2)Students can apply various approaches and principles from literary theories to understand the literary text from different perspectives.
3)Students will analyze a literary text critically and interpret it.
4)Students will understand the philosophical base behind various literary texts by reading the
philosophical ideas reflected in literary texts.
1) The students will understand the scope, development and major trends in women’s writings
2) The students will be acquainted literary achievements of some of the significant women writers.
3) The students will understand the significance and development of women’s writings.
4) The students will analyze the different themes and styles as reflected in women’s writings
1)The students will understand the major trends in Indian Poetry through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of Indian poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.

M A II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students will know the major trends in English Language Teaching.
2) Students will equip with necessary abilities to become competent teachers of English.
3) Students will develop the exact nature of language teaching in Indian background.
4) Language teaching perceptive will develop the linguistic competence and performance of the students.
1) To introduce the students to the various theories and schools of criticism from classical times to the present.
2) To acquaint them with major critical concepts, theories, movements and approaches to literature
3) To develop the critical sensibility of the students and provide insight for analysis and interpretation of literary works
4) Enable them to comprehend the philosophical base behind the various literary and critical theories
1) The students will understand the major themes in the writings of Toni Morrison
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the novels by Toni Morrison.
3) By doing the study of novels, the students will be acquainted with the black society and become human beings by the exposure to literature in black writings.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed novels
1)The students will understand the major trends in English Poetry from Chaucer to the Modern period through detailed study of prescribed poetical works of English poets.
2) The students will read and critically appreciated the poems with poetical stanzas forms
3) By doing the study of poetry, the students will acquaint with the society and become human beings by the exposure to literature.
4) The students thoroughly understand the meaning of the prescribed poems.
5) The students will improve the literary and critical competence by doing the study of poetry.
6) The students will improve the linguistic competence.

HINDI

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

I Year (SEMESTER I & II)

1)Students will be able to translate literary text from Hindi to other langugages and viceversa.
2)Students will use different techniques and methods for translation
1)Students will understand the significance of story as a literary genre.
2) Students will read various stories and develop their understanding towards life and literature.
1)Students will understand the significance of drama and one act lays as the literary genres.
2) Students will read and enact various dramas and develop their understanding towards life and literature.

II Year (SEMESTER III & IV)

1)Students will understand the significance of prose as a literary genre.
2) Students will read at their own various prose pieces and develop their understanding towards prose literature.
1.Students will understand the significance of story as a literary genre.
2. Students will read various stories and develop their understanding towards life and literature.
1)Students will use various techniques to writeessays.
2) Students will write good esays on various topics and subjects

III Year (SEMESTER V & VI)

1)Students will understand hindi grammar , sasnshepan , pallavan , translation.
2)Student will make use of grammatically correct Hindi.
1) Students will understand hindi different critical aroaches and views of different critics in Hindi literature.
2) Student will makecritical analysis of literary texts in Hindi
1)Students will make effective use of use of Hindi language for Newspaper articles, translation, and other free lance writing.
2) Student will work as professional translator, editor and writer.

ECONOMICS

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

The course will help the student to learn about the concept of micro Economics, Consumer’s behaviur, Demand analysis, cardinal and ordinal utility. It may also provide the information to the student for elasticity of demand, price, income and cross elasticity of demand.
This course is beneficial the society and also suggest financial institution play in a society and also suggest ways of improving the benefits which financial institution provide to society. It may also provide the information to the student of ATM core Banking E – Banking, money and Capital markets, kinds of banks, functions of banks, banking system and concept of central bank.

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

The course will help the students to learn about the concept of micro economics and general economics, environment within which business and other organization operate. It may also provide information to students about the concept of cost and revenue of a business firm. Theory’s of production, market structure such as monopoly, perfect compitation, monopolistic compitation, oligopoly. It may also help the student for analyzing the theory of distribution like wags, interest, rent and profit.
The course will help the students to learn about the concept of banking system in India. We acquainted the students about the nature and functions of different types of banks and financial institution and Indian money market. We guide the students about the evaluation and development of banking. Students should know about the natural, structure of capital market. Provided them real experience of bank work.
The course will help the students to learn about the concept of macro economics national in come such as-GNP, NNP,GDP,NDP, PCI, Disposable Income. It may also provide the information to the students theory’s of output and employment, APC, MPC, Consumption function, Evolution and functions of money.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

The course will help the students to learn about the concept of macro economics national in come such as-GNP, NNP,GDP,NDP, PCI, Disposable Income. It may also provide the information to the students theory’s of output and employment, APC, MPC, Consumption function, Evolution and functions of money.
The students understand different concepts in development economics, the student to also understand various theories of development national and International level. And the student to analyzing what type of different in growth and Development plan models used in Indian planning.
The course will help the students to learn about the concepts of stastical methods. 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. It may provide the information about the concept of central tendency such as- Mean, Median, Mode, Quartiles, Deciles and Percentile.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

The course will help the students to learn about the concept of macro economics value of money- various approach. It may also provide the information to the students to concepts of supply of money and demand for many, types of money, classical and modern theory of interest, Trade cycle’s Theory. such as- How trey , Hayke, Keynes views on trade cycle.
The course will provide knowledge of different concepts in development economics for the students. It will an able the students to understand various theories of development, sectroal and international aspect of development. Also, it will of make familiar the students various plan models used in Indian planning.
The course will help the students to learn about the concept of stastical methods. Diagramatic and graphic representation. Types of diagram. Rules of graphing. It may also provide the information about the measure of dispersion such as Quartile Devision, Mean Deviation And Standard Deviation and its co-relation, Index numbers such as Laspyes’s Pasches and Fishers Index Numbers.

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER V)

The course will help the students to learn about the various issues/components of the Indian economy. It may also provide the information to the students for demographic features, size, sex ratio, growth rate, migration, Industrial development, Industrial policy, FERA, FEMA, Act. and Concept of LPG.
The course will help the student to learn about the history of economic thought. This course is beneficial the Society clarifies the role contemporary science has evolved over many countries. But we were an integral and important part of the evaluation of modern social thought. like it will provide the information of Classical period, Thomas R Malthas, Adam Smith’s, Theory of Karl Marx
1) To understand the concept of mathematics, how the applied in economics theory.
2) Equilibrium of the consumer and a firm.
3) Concept of maximization and minimization, how calculate.
4) Profit function, cost function and so on.
This Course gives depth knowledge of Agricultural Economics. The students understand various concepts of Agricultural Economics and they familiar rural Economy and their characteristics the student also understand agricultural, Finance, Prices, inputs, Subsides, Labor market and the students understand How to impact all Agricultural aspects in the Economy and the student analyzing How to increase Agricultural Income and Its gives knowledge of How to growth in Agricultural Development.

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

The course will help the students to learn about the concept of Indian economy. Such as Service sector, Internal sector I & II understanding of the various issues of the Indian and economy, role of foreign trade in Export and Imports, Foreign trade, Balance of trade and Balance of payment, FDI, It will to known of various concept such as poverty, Inquality, unemployment, price rise, black money.
This course is necessary for a student who had interest in advanced training in economics scientific rigour and important part of evaluation of modern social thought. Students should try to solved the mistakes by scientific method it may be student provide the information to the student for economic thinker like Curnot, Thunen, Gossen, Marshella as a great synthesizer : role of time price determination
1) To understand the concept of mathematics, how the applied in economics theory. 2) Equilibrium of the consumer and a firm. 3) Concept of maximization and minimization, how calculate. 4)Profit function, cost function and so on.
The course will help the students to learn about the concept of public finance. Such as, public expenditure, public debt it also corers issues in federal finance. The course will provide a though knowledge in public economics. The course includes role of government in the society principles of allocation of resources theories of taxation.

POST GRADUATE (Course Outcomes)

M.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

Micro economics is the basic part of the general economics. It may also provide the information to the students about the equilibrium of the consumer behavior types of market firms, equilibrium of a firm and industry, cost function, Revenue function, profit maximization, It may also help the student for analyzing the theory of distribution like rent, wages interest and profit. This course is beneficial to students and society to clarifies the role of business firm in the economy and also suggest various ways of improving the benefits which firms provide the society.
This course provide the students advanced knowledge of macro economics. The students understand How to apply the knowledge of macro economics in society and also student understand our day to day problems and the students analyzing how to problems solved in whole economy.
The Course will help the student to learn about Concept of International Economics Such as Foreign Trade, FDI, International Trade, Foreign Policy etc. it may also provide information to students theories of International trade, gains of international trade, terms of International Trade and its uses, affecting factors, Free Trade and its policies.
This course will help the students to learn about concept of Agricultural Economics, its definition, nature, scope and importance, land reforms, traditional and Modern Agriculture, Small and Marginal Farmers, Agricultural Production and Productivity. this course is benificial the society clarifies the role of Agricultural economic. Student about the impact of globalization on the Indian Economics to make well information and well analyzed marginal decision to make well information and well analyzed an original decision.
1) To understand the concept of mathematics, how the applied in economics theory. 2) Equilibrium of the consumer and a firm. 3) Concept of maximization and minimization, how calculate. 4) Profit function, cost function and so on.

M.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

Micro economics is the basic part of the general economics. It may also provide the information to the students about the equilibrium of the consumer behavior types of market firms, equilibrium of a firm and industry, cost function, Revenue function, profit maximization, It may also help the student for analyzing the theory of distribution like rent, wages interest and profit. It may also provide the information of types of market such as Monopolistic Competition, Duopoly and Oligopoly, Price Theory and Welfare Economics.
This course provide the students advanced knowledge of macro economics. The students understand How to apply the knowledge of macro economics in society and also student understand our day to day problems and the students analyzing how to problems solved in whole economy. It may also provide information to students The concept of National Income, theories of consumption, Theories of Inflation, Theories of Trade Cycles.
The course will help the students to learn about the concept of international Economics, meaning of Exchange Rate and Exchange Control and its types. It may also provide information to students about the concept of balance of payment, Balance of Trade, International Institutions, such as W.T.O, World Bank, I.M.F, ASSION, and Trade Policies and International debts.
This course will help to students got the thearotical outlook of development of agricultural it may also provide the information to the student for basic knowledge and land reforms. Students should know about the impact of globalization on Indian economics. The problems of agriculture in India this concept introduced to the student such as RRB’ Nabard SBI, role of co-operative credit, Sustainable agri international trade
1) To understand the concept of mathematics, how the applied in economics theory. 2) Equilibrium of the consumer and a firm. 3) Concept of maximization and minimization, how calculate. 4) Profit function, cost function and so on.

M.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

This course will help the students to learn about the concept of Indian Economy and its features, Infrastructures such as Energy, Transport, Water etc. this Course is beneficial the society clarifies the role Indian economic policy. Topics are provide the information about Agricultural, Industry infrastructure will give idea to students about these sectors of the economy and Conventional non-conventional energy discuss the Railways transport, water transport, road transport and communication
The course will provide knowledge of different concepts in financial market. The student to understand the nature and function of money market and SEBI. In India the student understand how the interest rate is determined and also gives information what types of financial services are available at National and International level and the student understand how to uses the various financial services in financial market and gives the knowledge of securities market and stock exchange market.
1) To Know the meaning of Quantitative techniques 2) To Know the need of using Quantitative approach to managerial decision 3) To Appreciate the role of statistical methods in data analysis. 4) To Know the areas of application of Q.T. in business and management 5) To Know the use of computers. 6) To Understand the concept of forecasting
The course will provide basic knowledge of research in social sciences. It provides knowledge to the students in choosing a research problem. The student understand which method used in particularly subjects. The student gives knowledge various concepts of research in economics and also student understand how to collection of data and analysis of data and also how to writing research reports. The students motivate for undertaking research on social issues in economics.

M.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

This course will help the students to learn about the Indian Economy. It is a compulsory course for a student and student got perfect knowledge of nature of our economy. Students knew about the all sectors of the economy, It may also provide the information to the student for topic like agricultural, Industry, infrastructure
The course will provide a through knowledge various concepts in Public Economics. The student understand how to uses the government policy implementation in society. The student analyzing the society principal of allocation of resources. The student familiar various state and central government taxes. Which is applicable both government and also student understand theories of taxation and their uses in government policy. It may also provide the information to the students concepts of Taxation, Public debt, Fiscal and Monetory policy etc.
The course will help the students to learn about the economic growth models - I & II Such as- Harrod Deomar, Kaldor’s, Jan Robinson’s model. It may also provide the information to students International measures of economic development and economic planning. Types of planning, strategies, five year planning and its achievement, problems and failures, NITIAYOG.
It may also provide the information to the students for financial services its classification, scope, Fund Based Activities and Non Fund based Activities, Sources of Revenue, Merchant Banking in India, Functions of Merchant Bank and Commercial Banks, Concept of Credit Rating such as CRISIL, IICRA, CAREDCR, ONICRA
1) To Know the meaning of Quantitative techniques 2) To Know the need of using Quantitative approach to managerial decision 3) To Appreciate the role of statistical methods in data analysis. 4) To Know the areas of application of Q.T. in business and management 5) To Know the use of computers. 6) To Understand the concept of forecasting

GEOGRAPHY

Under Graduate(Course Outcomes)

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) The student understands the concept of Geography.
2) The students know the universe & solar system, its structure, its function, relations among them, elements of solar system.
3) The students knows the career opportunities in the geographical field such as land survey, private companies, etc."
1) Students are acquainted with the nature and man environment relationship.
2) Students will be know the human phenomrnon to adopt and modify the environment under its varied conditions.
3) Students will be familiar with the conceptual from human Geography "
1) The student knows the concept of Map and Scale.
2) Students are able to convert map scale as per measurement and area including unit conversions."

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) The student clears about the concept of physical geography.
2) The student knows the significance of land forms.
3) The students are able to identify the movement of earths."
1) Students understand the spatial and structural dimensions of population and the emerging issues such as population growth, birth rate, Death Rate, Sex Ratio.
2) Students will be familiar with global and regional level problems such as over population, literacy rate, migration etc."
1) They are trained to draw the relief features using contours.
2) Students recognize the features on earth surface through the SOI Topographical maps.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Students will be familiar with weather phenomena.
2) Students will be able to collect climatic information/data and their application in to day life
1) The students will learn the regional Geographical aspects of Maharashtra.
2) The students will be aware about integrated & empiral profile of Maharashtra"
1) Students can draw climatic graphs and diagrams.
2) They can handle the weather instruments, and can interpret daily weather maps.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students effectively understand the basic concepts, processes, and analytic tools in oceanography.
2) Students come to know diversity of resources in ocean and its proper utilization.
1) The students will learn the regional cultural aspects of Maharashtra.
2) The students will be aware about diversity in Human factors and activities of Maharashtra
1) Students understand the different cartographical methods.
2) They become aware about the representation of attribute data through two and three dimensional diagrams.

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1) Students become aware about the local and global environmental aspects
2) They will be familiarized with environmental issues and problems and its management.
1) Students will undertand the geographical position of India with reference to the world
2) Student came to know the comprehensive knowledge of physical factors of India
3) They understand the impact of physical factors on human activities.
1) Students will acquire the knowledge of Map projections and its uses.
2) Students will be able to use statistical techniques in geography and uses of computers"

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1) Students will be aware about the resources particularly natural resources in India and in the world.
2) Students will understand the conservation of natural resources and its management for sustainable development.
1) Students will undestand the different types of human aspects in India.
2) Students will realize about the importance of human aspects in the development of India."
1) Student become skillful to use of Quantitative Techniques in the Geographical study.
2) They will traind in Surveying and measurement of area of Land.

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

M.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1)Students will acquire the knowledge of different internal and external processes which affects land topography.
2) Students will understand the impact of internal and external forces on origion of landforuce.
3) Students will know the origion and development of continents and ocean basins.
1) Students will understand the differnet climatic aspects which affects our human activities in the world.
2) Students will acquire the knowledge of dynamics of global climatic changes.
3) students will understand the compitation and applications of weather phenamenon.
1) Studnets will have an effective understanding of bassic concepts, processes and analytic tools in study of Ocenography.
2) Students will acquire the knowledge of physical, chemical propoarties and different oceanic circulation.
3) Students will aware about various minearl, energy, chemical and biological resources of the ocean.
1) Students will understand the preparation of profiles and measurements of different types of slopes.
2) Students got acquire the knowledge of compilation of weathere data and preparation of climatic graphs.
3) Students will trained the collection of data and prepartation of reports.

M.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Students will understand theoretical perspectives on economic geography and causes of key transition in the nature of the contemporary space ecomomy.
2) Student will acquire the knowledge of different sectors of economy.
3) Student will pursue the knowledge of economic development and globlization.
1) Students will understand the basic concepts and theories in the field of urban geography
2) Students will have a better sense of the elements that constitute urban systems, and urbanization.
3)Students will aware about the contemporary issues of Indian urban centers.
1) Students will understand the strategic importance of geographical parameters at global, regional and local level
2) Studnets will acqure the knowledge of linkages between geography and political actions and processes in the world.
3) Students will assume the written and oral comminication to describe avaluate and resolve territorial dispiutes between states and nations. "
1) Students will determine appropriate methods for identifying, collecting, and analyzing primary and secondary data.
2) Studnets will develop an understanding the nature and limitations of dtata used in geographical.

M.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Students will aware about the philosophical foundation of geographical knowledge.
2) Students will understand the different schools of geography and their contribution in the development of geography.
3) The students will familiarise about the development of geographical thought in different period of time.
1) The students will know about the concept of region & regional planning and they understand it’s role in planning.
2) The students become able to identify the issues in regional development and disparities in development.
3) Students will acquire the knowledge of different models and theories regarding regional economic growth."
1) Students will acquired the knowledge of agriculutre and agricultural systems in the world.
2) Students will understand the concepts in agricultural geography.
3) Students will familiries with the agriculture and its relation with globalisation, privatisation and liberakisation.
1) Students will gain the knowledge of reserch methods used in geography.
2) Students will enhance the ability to choose appropriate method to answer a research problem.
3) Practical skills in quantitative and qualitative methods."
1) Students will familiarise with different cartographic methods and interpretation in Human Geography.
2) Students will aware about the different methods of research used in different branches in geography.

M.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students will familiarise with the structure of population and impacts of geographical factors on it. 2) Students will understand the spatial and structural dimension of population. 3) Studentds will acquire the knowledge of emerging issues regarding population."
3) The students will familiarise about the development of geographical thought in different period of time.
1) The students will aware about the concept of Biogeography and other concepts related with biogeography. 2) Students will familiarise with the living organisms like plants, animals and micro-organisms. 3) The students will acquire the knowledge og interaction and interrelationship between living organisms and physical environment."
1) Studnets will understand the geographical basis behind the social and cultural aspects.
2) Studnets will acquire the knowledge of social and cultural differentiation.
3) Studnets will acquire the knowledge of social Justice and cultural development.
1) Students become able to interprete the aerial photographs.
2) Students will understand the recent techniques in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System.
3) Students become skillful about village survey and its report writting."

M.Phil. Geography

Students can understand the concepts and methods of research. Students are able to develop research proposal and can work with problems.
Students aware about the computer application in research. Students know the software’s and its application in research.
Students aware about the agricultural problems. Students able to understand the importance of soil resources.
Students aware about the concepts and methods in settlement geography. Students able to evaluate the association between demography, physiographic and the development of settlement patterns.
Students aware about the advance methods in the study of population. Students able to understand the development in population geography.
Students familiar about concepts and methods in the research of Tourism Geography. Students understand the pattern of tourism in India and its development.

HISTORY

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the ancient India
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the ancient India
3. Students can relate and understand their life with the life of ancient India
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the ancient India. .
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through her civilization.
1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Medieval India
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the Medieval India
3)Students can relate and understand their life with the life of Medieval India
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the Medieval India.
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through her civilization.

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the ancient India
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the ancient India
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the life of ancient India
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the ancient India. .
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through her civilization.
1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Medieval India
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the Medieval India
3)Students can relate and understand their life with the life of Medieval India
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the Medieval India.
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through her civilization.
1) They are trained to draw the relief features using contours.
2) Students recognize the features on earth surface through the SOI Topographical maps.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Maratha
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the Maratha empire
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the life of the Marathas
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the Maratha empire
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of Maratha empire.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of Maratha empire
1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Modern India
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the the Modern India
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the the Modern India
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the the Modern India
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of the Modern India
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of the Modern India

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Maratha
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the Maratha empire
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the life of the Marathas
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the Maratha empire
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of Maratha empire.
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of Maratha empire
1. Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Modern India
2.Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the the Modern India
3. Students can relate and understand their life with the the Modern India
4.Students will get motivated to read at their own about the the Modern India
5.Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of the Modern India
6. Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of the Modern India

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1) Students will be acquainted with the Major revolutions in India , Europe and othe Continents.
2) Students will get the knowledge of different civilizations in the world
3)Students will understand the historical development of various countries and civilization.
4)Students will get the knowledge diferent political and historical events in the world.
5) Students can understand history of their own country and the history of other countries simultaneously.
1) Students can understand Historiography.
2) Students will know the methods of studies in history
3) Students will understand history as an academic discipline
4)Students can understand how historians have studied the history
5) Students will understand how to use resources and means to study history from differnt perspectives
1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Modern Maharashtra
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the the Modern Maharashtra
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the the Modern Maharashtra
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the the Modern Maharashtra .
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of the Modern Maharashtra
6. Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of the Modern Maharashtra

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1) Students will be acquainted with the Major revolutions in India , Europe and othe Continents.
2) Students will get the knowledge of different civilizations in the world
3) Students will understand the historical development of various countries and civilization.
4)Students will get the knowledge diferent political and historical events in the world.
5) Students can understand history of their own country and the history of other countries simultaneously.
1)Students can understand Historiography.
2) Students will know the methods of studies in history
3) Students will understand history as an academic discipline
4)Students can understand how historians have studied the history
5) Students will understand how to use resources and means to study history from differnt perspectives
1) Students will get the knowledge of the history of the Modern Maharashtra
2)Students will be acquainted with the culture and traditions of the the Modern Maharashtra
3) Students can relate and understand their life with the the Modern Maharashtra
4)Students will get motivated to read at their own about the the Modern Maharashtra .
5)Students will develop their interest in Historical studies of the Modern Maharashtra
6) Students will develop interest to discover India through its study of the Modern Maharashtra

Music (Course Outcomes)

II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)Learners can do creative presentation in Bada Khayal and Chota khayal in different Alap and Taan.
2) Dhrupad, Sargam, Bhajan, Devotional songs etc.
3) Various Taal can be orally presented in single, double, triple and quadraple Laykari
Students will have the knowledge of various Ragaas, musicians and their contributions, Notes, Script, Scientific definitions, from various perspectives

II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1)Presentation of Bada Khayal and Chota Khayal in Various Alaps and Ragaas.
2) Presentation of Dhumar, Chatrang, Sugam and other Sub-classical music and songs
3) Padhant (oral presentation) of various Taal in Layakari.
1) Students will write bandish in various Ragaas.
2) Students can write classification of various Ragaas. 3)
Students can write about various treatises in Music and Musicians.

III Year (SEMESTER V)

1)Bada Khayal , Chota Khayal, Dhumar, Dhrupad and various other songs can be sung in various Ragaas.
2) Students can do Padhant (oral presentation) of various Taal in music.

1)Students will have scientific knowledge of all Ragaas.
2) Students can do script writing of various Taal and do script writing of various Raag Swars.
3)Students will know music and literature, and the impact of Western music on Indian classical music.
4)Students will have the knowledge of various artists and musicians and their life.
1)Presentation of Bada Khayal and Chota Khayal, Chatrang, Taran etc in various Ragaas.
2) Students can do the presentation of Thumri, dadra and other songs in classical music.
3)Students can compose folksongs, patriotic songs and other songs.

III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1)Presentation of Bada Khayal and Chota Khayal, Chatrang, Taran etc in various Ragaas.
2)Students can do Single and Double Padhant (oral presentation) in various Taal.
3) Students can perform Gazals and Natyageet.

1) Students will have the scientific knowledge of various Ragas.
2) Students can do do script writing of various Raag Swars.
3) Students can do comparative study of various concepts in Music.
1)Students will do the presentation of Bada Khayal and Chota Khayal, Chatrang, Taran etc in various Ragaas.
2)Students can perform various Ragas
3) Students can compose Bhajan, filmi songs and.

M.A. Mass Communication and Journalism

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) Studentsare able to take effective oral presentation on various topics on public settings
2) Student can apply basic and advance Human Communication theories and models to academic and professional situations
3) Student can make effective presentation to internal and external audiences.

Students are able to
1) Write variety of Mass media productions including news stories, press release , associated press style.
2) Create and design emerging media product.
3) explain the importance of journalism in India
1) Students can be oriented to the history of Indian and Language Press.
2) Students can find out key event in history of press .
3) Students can apply the neutral and bold journalism in present as it was in the past
Students can understand the
1) various functions , managerial and developmental process formedia organization
2) Fundamental Principals of Management.
3) appreciation of modern methods of management .

I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Student can able to converse about contemporary media issues.
2) Students can explain the role of Central and State government in legal actions related to journalism and ethical .
3) Theycan explain measure acts and government decisions and their impact on news media in last and current century.
1) Students can adopt knowledge about Research.
2) They can prepare for Media Research.
3) Students can connect society with their research aria
4) Students can study the life of media at international Dias.
1) Acquire knowledge, experience and ideas of development communication.
2) Gain the knowledge and information of academics and professionals
3) Achieve the goals of higher learning and knowledge acquisition.
1) Students can identify the issues of journalism
2) Students can prepare themselves to face the challenges behind Indian Journalism.
3) Student can survive in a fast changing environment of International Corporate media.

II Year SEMESTER III

1) Students identify the basic elements of a quality audio signal.
2) Students identify, select and use appropriate audio (microphone) techniques.
3) Students able to Select and import appropriate script music, sound foley effects for post-production sound enhancement.
4) Sudents will be able to apply effective and collaborative team communication and management skills to complete the video process from pre-production script development through the production capture of quality video image and audio.
5)Students understand the digital video terms and apply the technique or concept using a digital video camera: storyboarding, cinematic camera angles, lighting: key light, fill light, backlight, background light.
6) Use a digital video camera to capture images using the following camera techniques and cinematography: rule of thirds, head room, talking space, close-up, medium shot, establishing shot, cut-away, basic shot sequence, tilt, pan, and zoom."
1) Students able to develop an advertising plan and present and defend it persuasively.
2) Students Contribute to evaluating the effectiveness of advertising and corporate communications initiatives.
3)Evaluate the effectiveness of integrated advertising and marketing communications initiatives.
4) Develop advertising and marketing communications material in compliance with current Canadian legislation, industry standards and business practices.
1) Students able to appreciate the role of innovations in catalysing agricultural and rural development.
2) Students apply the innovation systems frameworks in research and rural development.
3) students design strategies for developing capacity to support agricultural and rural innovations.
1) To take the students through the role and scope of PR in management, its various tools and the emerging importance of the discipline in varying areas.
2) To look at the evolution of corporate communication and its expanded role in organizational and marketing communication
3)Coordinate and contribute to the planning of public relations activities, including the development of clear, measurable communication objectives and project or tactical budgets and selection of strategies, tactics, tools and resources to manage a range of stakeholder relationships and issues and achieve organizational objectives.
4) Write and edit clear, accurate, targeted copy aligned to organizational objectives, appropriate for the chosen channel(s) and to a specified deadline.
5)Produce effective, accessible, and timely print, digital and multimedia communications, independently and collaboratively, to manage specific stakeholder relations and/or issues and achieve organizational objectives.

II Year SEMESTER IV

1)Students will demonstrate basic competency in visual communication, including image creation and manipulation and an understanding of design elements.
2)Students will demonstrate basic competency in digital multimedia production, including scriptwriting, cinematography, and audio/video editing.
3) Students will be able to analyze media artifacts by considering multiple modes (textual, visual, audio, etc.) and applying accepted critical methodologies.
learners will be able to
1) understand the difference between traditional Media and social media marketing.
2)broadly define the functionality of LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
3)identify the target demographics associated with each platform.
4)evaluate the best social media platform(s) for their business.
1) Learning and understanding core controversies, including the logic behind global challenges;
2) Critiquing, analyzing, and synthesizing dominant views, including careful reading of key texts;
3) Applying conceptual tools to global predicaments, realizing how policies must shift over time;
4) Working collaboratively and constructively together to comprehend problems;
5) Writing and speaking persuasively regarding personal opinions on topics covered; and
6) Conducting original research and formulating creative ideas on important international topics.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts & central themes of the political ideologies examined.
2) Illustrate and evaluate the development of the central tenets of political ideologies.
3) Compare and contrast different ideological traditions.
1) Students will able to explain the Governmental mechanism of Maharashtra.
2) Students will explain the story of formation of Sanyukta Maharashtra.
3) Students can criticize the government of Maharashtra.

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts & central themes of the political ideologies examined.
2) Illustrate and evaluate the development of the central tenets of political ideologies.
3) Compare and contrast different ideological traditions.
1) Students will able to explain the Governmental mechanism of Maharashtra.
2) Students will explain the story of formation of Sanyukta Maharashtra.
3) Students can criticize the government of Maharashtra.

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Understand the need for a constitution.
2) Explain the role of constitution in a democratic society. .
3) List the key features of the constitution.
4) Appreciate the fundamental rights of the citizens of India.
1) Students will ellaborate the thoughts of western political thinkers.
2) Students will demonstrate knowledge of key thinkers and concepts.
3) Students will compare thinkers on similar concepts.
4) Students will use concepts to analyze new situations.
5) Students will explain the nature and value of thoughts of Indian and western political thinkers.

B.A. II Year(SEMESTER IV)

1) Understand the need for a constitution.
2) Explain the role of constitution in a democratic society.
3) List the key features of the constitution.
4) Appreciate the fundamental rights of the citizens of India.
1) Students will ellaborate the thoughts of Indian political thinkers.
2) Students will demonstrate knowledge of key thinkers and concepts.
3) Students will compare thinkers on similar concepts.
4) Students will use concepts to analyze new situations.
5) Students will explain the nature and value of thoughts of Indian and western political thinkers.

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1) Understand the major concepts of International Relations, like- power, balance of power, conflict, co-operation, theories of International relations, globalization, etc.
2) Understand and critically evaluate the theories and approaches to international relations including realism, liberalism, etc.
3) Illustrate the knowledge of the key dimensions, events and processes of international relations within their historic context. .
4) Students will work effectively in teams and project groups.
5) Understand international institutions and forces that drive behaviour international relations.
6) Possesses the skills necessary to think critically and communicate effectively about international relations.
7) Demonstrate a broad and deep understanding of international relations.
1) Identify and explain the central principles, institutions, procedures and decision making process of the UK political system.
2) Evaluate the basic strengths and weaknesses of the UK political system through the application of political concepts & ideas.
3) Will explain the key features of UK. constitution.
1) The programme provides the students with the capacity to identify issues and problems relating to the realization of human rights.
2) Students will able to contribute to the resolution of human rights issues and problems.
3) This paper also helps to develop investigative and analytical skills of the students.
4) Students will promote human rights of child, women, aged persons, youths through legal as well as illegal means.
5) Students will participate in legal political and other debates involving human rights in a knowledgeable and constructive way.

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1) Understand the major concepts of International Relations, like- power, balance of power, conflict, co-operation, theories of International relations, globalization, etc.
2) Understand and critically evaluate the theories and approaches to international relations including realism, liberalism, etc.
3) Illustrate the knowledge of the key dimensions, events and processes of international relations within their historic context.
4) Students will work effectively in teams and project groups.
5) Understand international institutions and forces that drive behaviour international relations.
6) Possesses the skills necessary to think critically and communicate effectively about international relations.
7) Demonstrate a broad and deep understanding of international relations.
1) Identify and explain the central principles, institutions, procedures and decision making process of the American political system.
2) Evaluate the basic strengths and weaknesses of the American political system through the application of political concepts & ideas.
3) Will explain the key features of USA constitution.
1) The programme provides the students with the capacity to identify issues and problems relating to the realization of human rights.
2) Students will able to contribute to the resolution of human rights issues and problems.
3) This paper also helps to develop investigative and analytical skills of the students.
4) Students will promote human rights of child, women, aged persons, youths through legal as well as illegal means.
5) Students will participate in legal political and other debates involving human rights in a knowledgeable and constructive way.

Post Graduate (Course Outcomes)

M.A. I Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Students will be able to analyze the concept of political theory and scope of political theory.
2) Students will be able to explain different approaches to the study of political theory.
3) Students will elaborate political concepts like justice, social justice, liberty, equality and rights.
4) Students will be apply the knowledge of liberal, radical, participatory democracy.
1) Students will be able to describe the history and making of Indian constitution with its philosophical base.
2) Students will be able to understand and speak about nature and features of Indian Constitution.
3) Students will discuss the nature of federalism in India and about important constitutional amendment processes.
1) Students will be able to critically analyze and apply the basic principles of western scholars likes Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, J.S. Mill, Laski.
2) Students will be able to understand the ideological contribution of western thinkers.
1) Students will be able to understand the composition and functions of Election Commission of India and other state election commissions.
2) Students will be able to learn about election process and election related issues in India.
3) Students will be able to learn election management and electoral politics in India.
4) Students will suggest the solutions for the Challenges before election commission in India.

M.A. I Year(SEMESTER II)

1) Students will be able to understand the meaning, nature and scope of the International Relations.
2) Students will be able to explain the approaches to the study of International Relations like realistic, Decision making, game theory, etc.
3) Students will be able to explain the concept of national power and collective security with its world references.
1) Students will be able to explain parliamentary system in India.
2) Student will be able to explain union and state executive and its nature.
3) Students will elaborate Indian judicial system.
4) Students will be able to understand party politics in India.
1) Students will ellaborate the thoughts of Indian political thinkers.
2) Students will demonstrate knowledge of key thinkers and concepts.
3) Students will compare thinkers on similar concepts.
4) Students will use concepts to analyze new situations.
5) Students will explain the nature and value of thoughts of Indian political thinkers.
1) The programme provides the students with the capacity to identify issues and problems relating to the realization of human rights.
2) Students will able to contribute to the resolution of human rights issues and problems.
3) This paper also helps to develop investigative and analytical skills of the students.
4) Students will promote human rights of child, women, aged persons, youths through legal as well as illegal means.
5) Students will participate in legal political and other debates involving human rights in a knowledgeable and constructive way.

M.A. II Year(SEMESTER III)

1) Students will be able to explain the concept of research methods in Political Science.
2) Students will be able to frame a research question, a research design of a political problem and to take a review of literature.
3) Students will be able to testing of a research hypothesis and be able to find research related variables and its impact.
4) Students will be able to identify ethical issues related to research topic and its importance.
5) Students will be able to use different data collection tools according to the nature of research.
6) Students will be able write a good research report with biography references, footnotes, well cauterization etc.
1) Students will be able to understand and explain the concept, nature and scope of foreign policy.
2) Students will be able to explain the elements influencing India’s foreign policy.
3) Students will be able to understand India’s relationship with its neighboring countries like Pakistan, Shrilanka, Nepal, China.
4) Students will be able to discuss the India’s relations with USA and Russia.
1) Students will be able to understand the electoral politics in India during 1951 to 2014.
2) Students will be able to discuss and debate on language politics, issues of autonomy and ethnicity and inter state disputes.
3) Students will be able to understand and explain the role of caste in Indian politics and nature of Dalit and OBC politics.
4) Students will be able to know the mass mobilization in India because of naxalite movement, farmers movement and some of the NGO’s.
1) Students will be able to explain the pressure group theories with their importance.
2) Students will describe the relationship between political parties and pressure groups.
3) Students will be able to write a brief story of women’s and caste movement in India.
4) Students will be able to able to describe and explain the importance of pressure groups and social movements in democratic processes in India.
5) Students will be able to examine the history and ideologies of a range of movements in India.
6) Students will be able to criticize various approaches of social movements, civil, social, etc.
7) Students will be able to analyze the influence that social movements have had on major social changes and processes
1) Students will be skilled in policy analysis.
2) Students will be able to understand the factors that influence the direction of government actions or decisions.
3) Students will be able to apply skills and knowledge acquired in the curriculum to analyze policy issues and make policy recommendations.
4) Students will be able to communicate Complex ideas clearly and persuasively in written and oral forms regarding India’s public policy in education, health, environment, agriculture and employment etc.
5) The student will be familiar with the social forces that affects the creation of public policies.

M.A. II Year(SEMESTER IV)

1) Students will be able to define and analyze key terms, ideas and concepts of public administration.
2) Students will be able to understand and demonstrate the herarchi, authority, responsibility, supervision, communication and controlling in the administration .
3) Students will be able to examine appreciate and contribute to the field of administration.
4) Students will be able to lead and manage organization in public and government.
5) Students will critically analyze policies, programs, problems and issues and make recommendation.
6) Students will have acquired critical thinking and problem solving skills that are applied in the public service realm.
1) Students will be able to understand the principles in different modern political ideologies.
2) The students will have an eye window through they will view complex political phenomena.
3) Students will explain the philosophical and intellectual roots of contemporary political ideologies.
4) Students will examine and analyze the conditions that create the rise of ideologies.
5) Students will interact and analyze political ideologies for applying them in modern political problems.
6) Students will apply their knowledge of ideologies to current political issues.
1) Students will be able to understand basic concepts of political culture, process of political socialization.
2) Students will be able to analyse political processes and political change.
3) Students will achieve the ability of developing new political perspective.
4) Student will comprehend how the relationship between state and society works.
5) Students will able to explain role of class and caste in contemporam society.
6) Students will explain the nature of political participation, sanskritization and political socialization.
1) Students will be able to correctly use the concepts relevant to international organizations.
2) Students will be able to identify and describe the major international and regional organizations that are active in global politics.
3) Students will be able to discuss United Nations effectiveness with respect to addressing global issues such as armed conflicts, human rights and other crises.
4) Students will be able to analyze strengths and weaknesses of different international organizations.
5) Students will understand different international, regional organizations with their objectives, composition and functions.
1) Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.
2) Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a professional.
3) Conduct an project.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.A. I YEAR (SEMESTER I)

1) The course will help to the students learn about the basic concept of Public Administration.
2) The students are aware of the theoretical and conceptual framework of the subject such as its meaning, nature, scope and importance.
3) It will help to compare Public Administration with other disciplines and systems such as Public Management, Corporate Governance and Bureaucracy.
4) It will provide knowledge of basic framework of administrative system.
1) It will provide a knowledge of basic administrative system in India.
2) The students are aware of administrative machineries.
3) It will provide information of Parliamentary system as well as how the Legislature, Judiciary and Executive work.

B.A. I YEAR (SEMESTER II)

1) The course will help to the students learn about the basic concept of Public Administration.
2) The students are aware of the theoretical and conceptual framework of the subject such as its meaning, nature, scope and importance.
3) It will help to compare Public Administration with other disciplines and systems such as Public Management, Corporate Governance and Bureaucracy.
4) It will provide knowledge of basic framework of administrative system.
1.Students are able to work effectively on any administrative post; right from Class I to Class IV.
2.They are able to apply the theory in practice. They possess a sufficient knowledge of organizational structure, system, principles and types of organization.
3.They are able to know the meaning, types and functions of line and staff agencies.
1) Identify of the transformative role of Indian Administration.
2) Find out the multi-dimensionality of problems and processes of Indian Administration;
3) Exhibit the knowledge of administrative system in the various periods. What were the notable things in the various periods is understood.
4) The students are aware of the administrative machineries.

B.A. II YEAR (SEMESTER III)

"1) It will provide knowledge of designing and developing HRM tools.
2) Explain the importance of human resources and their effective management in organizations.
3) Outline the current theory and practice of recruitment and selection. This includes but is not limited to the supply of human resources and the advantages and disadvantages of external and internal recruiting.
4) Analyze the key issues related to administering the human elements such as discipline, administrative ethics etc. "
1) Discern the connects and disconnects between structure, purpose, process and result in State Administration.
2) Understand the role of Indian Administration as the main instrument of State to achieve its developmental goals.
3) Appreciate the varying historical, socio-economic, political and other conditioning factors that gave State Administration its distinct nature to the learner.

B.A. II YEAR (SEMESTER IV)

1) Understand the concept of Office Administration.
2) Develop employer-employee relations better.
3) Manage stress and maintain more efficiency of the organization.
1) Understand the working of revenue, police and judicial administration.
2) Integrate Law & Order in the society.
3) Application and implementation of the schemes as well as major issues and concerns in implementation.

B.A. III YEAR (SEMESTER V)

"1) Develop local leadership.
2) Exhibit the efforts for rural development
3) Apply the management and theory at local level.
4) Awareness of the basic governing system as well as development measures.
5) Conceptualization of the developmental process at the top to bottom and also in between "
1) Understand the financial system.
2) Understand the budgetary process.
3) Awareness for the financial machineries and positions.
1) Apply the thoughts in administrative system.
2) Experiment of and on administrative system.
3) Apply the theoretical framework on administration.

B.A. III YEAR (SEMESTER VI)

1) Develop a local leadership.
2) Exhibit the efforts for urban development.
3) Apply the management and theory at local level.
4) Awareness of the basic governing system as well as development measures.
5) Conceptualization of the developmental process as nations develop, cities grow, and planning is practiced at the top to bottom and also in between. "
1) Compare the disciplines.
2) Application of recent trends in Indian context.
3) Conceptualization of different branches of study of public administration.
1) Application of the thoughts in administrative system.
2) Experiment of and on administrative systems.
3) Apply the theoretical framework on administration.

SOCIOLOGY

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) Students will be familiar with the various concepts in sociology.
2) Students will develop their undestandings towards different ideas and thoughts in Sociology. found in human society in the sociological manner.
3)Students will analyse social concepts to understand Sociology as a dicipline
1) Students will understand structure of Indian Society
2) Students will develop their undestandings of class and social settings of India 3)Students will understand various tenets associted with the social structures

B.A. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Students will be familiar with the various concepts in sociology.
2) Students will develop their undestandings towards different ideas and thoughts in Sociology. found in human society in the sociological manner.
3)Students will analyse social concepts to understand Sociology as a dicipline
1) Students will understand structure of Indian Society
2) Students will develop their undestandings of class and social settings of India
3)Students will understand various tenets associted with the social structures

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Students will get sociological understanding of various social issues in Indian Society.
2)Students will know how to deal with various social issues.
3)Students will think constructively to solve various social issues
1) Students will get knowledge about various social movement
2) Students will be able to understand ideolgies behind various social movements.
3) Students can compare various ideolgies and movements and understand the motives and issues of society

B.A. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1. Students will get sociological understanding of various social issues in Indian Society.
2 Students will know how to deal with various social issues.
3.Students will think constructively to solve various social issues
1) Students will get knowledge about various social movement
2) Students will be able to understand ideolgies behind various social movements.
3) Students can compare various ideolgies and movements and understand the motives and issues of society

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1) Students wil get theoretical understanding of social thinkers and their work in sociology.
2) Students will be acquainted with the development of differnet thoughts .
3) Students can develop their understanding towards society by idealisning differnt thoughts given by various social thinkers
1) Students will get primary knowledge of research methodology in Sociology.
2) Students will know how to deal with various social issues through minor research.
3) Students will know how todo minor research in sociology at theoritical level .
1) Students will be acquainted with the human rights
2)Students will know how to deal with various social issues through human rights organizations
3)Students will know the need and use of human rrights for the betterment of society.
1) Students will become familiar with social welfare and social policies which will provide them career opportunities.
2) Students will be able to work to irridicate social evils by applying various polocies. 3) Students can ubderstand and develop new polocies for thr bwtterment of society

B.A. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1) Students wil get theoretical understanding of social thinkers and their work in sociology.
2) Students will be acquainted with the development of differnet thoughts .
3) Students can develop their understanding towards society by idealisning differnt thoughts given by various social thinkers
1) Students will get primary knowledge of research methodology in Sociology.
2) Students will know how to deal with various social issues through minor research.
3)Students will know how todo minor research in sociology at theoritical level .
1) Students will ubderstand urban social structure
2) Students will know the issues in urban society
3) Students can ubderstand and work to solve problems in urban societies
1) Students will become familiar with social welfare and social policies which will provide them career opportunities.
2) Students will be able to work to irridicate social evils by applying various polocies.
3) Students can ubderstand and develop new polocies for thr bwtterment of society

COMMERCE

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.com I Year(SEMESTER I)

"The course will help the students to Understand-
1)Acquire the theoretical and practical knowledge of royalty accounts.
2) Accounting for joint ventures and consignment accounting
3) Various methods of inventory valuation
4) Meaning, nature and types of expenditure and repeips such as capital, revenue and deffered revenue incomes and expenses with its application in accounting and business.
Enhancement of data analytical skill by using statistical tools and techniques. Acquire the theoretical and practical knowledge of measures of central tendencies, dispersion, correlation and regression
"The course will help the students to Understand-
1) The basic concepts of Economics.
2) The general Economic environment within which businesses and other organizations operate.
3) Concep[t and Theory of Demand and Supply.
4) Consumer behavior and operation of modern economy.
5) It may also help the students for using supply and demand curves to analyze the impact of taxes.
Knowledge business regulations & laws under which business operates and how contractual relationship is established.
Development of communications skills and behavioural skills of students in the Business.The course will help the students to Understand-
1)about basic communication principles and process.
2)terms like meeting,agenda,notice seminar,symposia,workshop & conference.
3)strong presentations which persuade the audience as well as presentation skill

B.com I Year(SEMESTER II)

The course will help the students to Understand-
1) The basic concepts of Market structure.
2) Price and Output Determination under Monopoly market
3)Price and Output Determination under Monopolistic Competition
4) The concept and theory of Rent and Wages
5) The concept and theory of Interest and Profit
"After studying this course student will be well acquainted with the
1) Theoretical and practical knowledge of hire purchase and installment purchase system and the difference between these two accounting
2) Usefulness and applicability of farm accounting in maintaining farm records
3) Procedure of sending goods sent on approval basis and its accounting under various methods.
4) Calculation of insurance claim for its application under loss of profit and loss of stock policy.
Enhancement of data analytical skill by using mathematical tools and techniques. To encourage students to use probability, permutation and combination to solve mathematical problems.
Knowledge business regulations & laws under which business operates and how they have to be complied by business.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1)Knowledge of the environment in which businesses operate.
2)The financial framework with particular application to the transaction of business.
3)Students acquire knowledge about banking and financial institutions.
4)To give knowledge about other relevant policies relating to financial sectors by RBI and Central Government.
Building moral values and approach among the students.

B.com II Year(SEMESTER III)

"After studying this course student will be able to
1) Understand the accounting for issues and forfeiture of shares.
2) Know the difference between redemption of debentures and preference shares with out of profit and out of fresh issue method.
3) Recognise the need of amalgamation and absorption of companies. Students can prepare for competitive exam.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1) The costing methods and techniques.
2) The method of costing adopted by different types of industries.
3) The methods adopted to control material cost.
4) How to determine labour cost.
5) Cost control measures and provides the guideline for decision making.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1)The methods & techniques used for human resource management such as job analysis, job appraisal, recruitment, selection, etc.
2)It may further help the students for persuing to qualifying cum competitive exams like MBA, NET, SET etc.
3)Student will be more acquainted with the recuritment and selection through internal and external sources.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1)How to inter face with various retailers, manufacturers related to marketing trends.
2)Knowledge about information technology system involved iun retailing.
3)Provide basic knowledge regarding franchising market and online marketing.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1)The policies and initiatives taken by the government for economic planning.
2)It make familiar to students about Public Sector,Disinvestment,Privatization and Globalization.
3)Enable the students for preparing competitive examination.
Students acquire the principle, and practices on which direct tax provisions are applied in computing taxed under various the income heads salary and house proprty.
Skill enhancement,personality development and communication skills development.
Skill enhancement,personality development and communication skills development.
Skill enhancement in computer hardware maintenance for employment/self employment.

B.com II Year(SEMESTER IV)

"After studying this course students will be able to :-
1) Prepare the Underwriter's Account by computing the Underwriting Commission and Subunderwriting.
2) Understand the meaning and accounting for holding company and preparation of Consolidated Balance Sheet.
3) Prepare accounting for Alteration of Share Capital and Internal Reconstruction.
4) Prepare accounting for liquidation of company.
5)Familiar with the provisions and statutory requirements in Company Final Accounts.
"
The course will help the students to Understand-
1) The costing methods and techniques.
2) The method of costing adopted by different types of industries.
3)How service industries interpret cost.
4) How to reconcile cost accounting profit with financial accounting profit.
5) Cost control measures and provides the guideline for decision making. .
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1)Get fundamental knowledge relating to finance such as capital budgeting, leverages, working capital management.
2)It may further help the students for persuing to qualifying cum competitive exams like CA, CS, MBA, NET, SET, MPSC, UPSC etc.
3)Determine cost of capital;cost of debt; cost of preference shares.
4)Analyse theories of capital structure- Net Income Approach, Net Operating Income Approach.
Students acquire knowledge relating to various provisions of indirect taxes which will help them for getting employment and for preparing for competitive examinations. Acquire the knowledge of calculation of income under the head PGBP, Capital gain and tax liability on total income
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1)The principles and practices of insurance.
2)Enable students to be familiar with life & general insurance trends in market.
3) The students can get informatio about IRDA Act 1999 - its fuction and objectives.
4) Actuary- its role and duties.
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1) Acquainted with the concept of economic development.
2)It make familiar to students with the concept of economic development and its process in India.
3)Provide basic idea about Agricultural Plans,Inputs and other economy related problems such as-Unemployment,Poverty and Regional Imbalances.
Skill enhancement,personality development and communication skills development.
Skill enhancement in DTP for employment/self employment.
Skill enhancement in computer hardware maintenance for employment/self employment.

B.com III Year(SEMESTER V)

"After studying this course students will be able to
1) Understand the allocation of indirect expenses and preparing the final accounts for departments.
2) Know the accounting for dependent branches.
3) Valuate the goodwill of companies by various methods.
4) Compute the value of shares by Net Assets Method and Yield Method.
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1) To acquire knowledge about principles and practices in management accounting.
2)To motivate students to apply managerial tools and techniques to solve business problems.
3)It will develop skills among students to solve managerial problems effectively and efficientli by application of managerial tools.
Knowledge about the various provision under which companies are regulated in India.22
The course will help the students to understand-
1)Concept of audit & auditing.
2)How the audit Programme, plan is prepared.
3)Concept of audit evidences and methods of obtaining audit evidences.
4)How to detect and prevent of errors & fraud
1.Students acquire knowledge about banking and financial institutions.
2)Other relevant policies relating to financial sectors by RBI and Central Government.
3) It also helps to unserstand about rules and regulations of RBI as well as Government.
1)Students acquire knowledge about banking and financial institutions.
2)Other relevant policies relating to financial sectors by RBI and Central Government.
3) It also helps to unserstand about rules and regulations of RBI as well as Government.
Acquire practical training of ceremonial drill and drill with arms, get practical information of self defence and knowledge about latest traind in communication.
Students acquire knowledge about various about the various components of environment and aware about its safety.

B.com III Year(SEMESTER VI)

"After studying this course students will be able to
1) Prepare the financial statements for Life Insurance and General Insurance Companies.
2) Understand the meaning and types of companies as per Companies Act, 2013 and prepare financial statements.
3) Solve accounting illustrations on Investment Accounting.
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1)Acquire the principles and practices in management accounting which can be applied for managerial decision making.
2) To motivate students to apply Ratio analysis, Responsibility Accounting, Marginal costing techniques effectively for Managerial control.
3.Acquire various factors affecting on working capital management and its problems.
Students acquire knowledge relating to various provisions of indirect taxes which will help them for getting employment and for preparing for competitive examinations.
The course will help the students to understand-
1)Concept of vouching
2)how the verification and valuation of assets and liabilities are done.
3)Appoinment, retirement, procedure of company auditor.
4)concept of Audit report and its types.
Students acquire knowledge about banking and financial institutions. and other relevant policies relating to financial sectors by RBI and Central Government. It helps to know about Indian financial System, and Indian Financial Markets as well as Regulaters of Indian Financial markets.
Students acquire knowledge about the foreign exchange market and various types of risk in financial markets.
After studying this course students will be able to :-
1)Students are acquainted with various entrepreneurship schemes and financial assistance.
2)Familiar with various offers by banks, financial institutions MIDC,DIC in promoting entrepreneurship resulting in entrepreneurship development.
3)they will also be able to know about the export business.
"To give information to the students how to generate fund by banks, financial institutions MIDC,DIC to setup enterprises. To encourage students to select special field of entrepreneurship like Social Entrepreneurship and Agri-preneurship.
"
Skill enhancement by knowing how research is to be done and methodology of research.

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

M.com I Year(SEMESTER I)

Students get the knowledge about advanced statistical techniques such as correlation, regression, probability, etc.
Knowledge about how behaviour of an individual can be manipulated for managing people in organizations.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1) The basic concepts of Economics.
2) The general Economic environment within which businesses and other organizations operate.
3) The concept nad theory related to Demand and Supply.
4) Consumer behavior and operation of modern economy.
5) It may also help the students for using supply and demand curves to analyze the impact of taxes.
"After studying this course students will be well acquainted with
1) Meaning, stages, internal and external factors of international business environment.
2) Meaning, types, need of Foreign Direct Investment and Portfolio Investment.
3) Need, Merits and Demerits, Opportunities and challenges for Multinational Corporations.
4) Meaning, requirement, impact, advantages and disadvantages of globalisation.
5) Familiar with various international economic institutions such as NAFTA, SAARC, ASEAN, ESCAP, WTO, BRICS. It could help them to prepare for NET, SET and other competitive examinations.
1)helps the students to acquaint with marketing concepts and role of marketing manager in marketing functions.
2) provide knowledge about the marketing mix as integrated practice and results in marketing process and strategy.
3) makes enable the students to understand the components and impact of marketing environment.

M.com I Year(SEMESTER II)

Students will able to acquire the knowledge regarding indirect tax like GST. This would help the student for preparing for various competitive exams.
The course will help the students to Understand-
1)The online shopping and digital payments system.
2)Enable them with various models of e-commerce.
3)Use various technologies of e-commerce business transactions which enable the students even to set up their own start up e-business ventures.
"The course will help the students to Understand-
1)The Accounting Standards and their role in the accounting process.
2)International Accounting Standards and IFRS.
3)Use of Computers for Accounting and Auditing.
"
Students will able to acquire the knowledge regarding indirect tax like GST. This would help the student for preparing for various competitive exams.

M.com II Year(SEMESTER III)

"The course will help the students to Understand-
1)The Accounting Standards and their role in the accounting process.
2)International Accounting Standards and IFRS.
3)Use of Computers for Accounting and Auditing.
"
After studying this subject students will be able to know-
1)the importance of cost ascertainment,reduction and control.
2)about the methods of costing adopted by different types of industries.
3)to interpret cost accounting statement as well as its application in business decision making and helpful for study of profession courses.
1)This would enable the students to aware of various entities in financial markets.
2) How the financial market is regulated by RBI , SEBI and Government.
3)To lern in deep development banking.
4.To prepare the students for competitive exams like MPSC, UPSC, IBPS.
This would enable the students to aware of various entities in financial markets & how the financial market is regulated by RBI , SEBI and Government.
1)Provide knowledge about Marketing Organization.
2)To familiarize students with marketing service strategy & marketing research process.
3)Make acquaint with the students with C.R.M amd controlling of marketing practices.
4)Provide knowledge about sales forecasting.
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M.com II Year(SEMESTER IV)

"After studying this course, students will be able to
1) Prepare the financial statements of Companies as per Company Act, 2013.
2) Prepare the Statement of Affairs and Deficiency Account in Insolvency.
3) Familiar with the Government Accounitng and its implementation in India.
4)Prepare the accounting for hospitals.
5) Compute the current prices of assets as per CCA and CPPM in Inflation Acounting.
This would enable the students to aware of various entities in financial markets & how the financial market is regulated by RBI , SEBI and Government. To lern in deep development banking.To prepare the students for competitive exams like MPSC, UPSC, IBPS.
It enhances the skill of project writing through practical work.
"After Completing the course the students will be able to get acqinted with the following -
1) Advanced knowledge relating to the Methodology of Research.
2) How to formulate research problem and formulate hypothesis.
3) How to determind sample size and how to collect data through deferent methods and from diferent sources.
4) How to process data and write a research report.
Students would acquire advanced knowledge in accounting such as banking company accounts, investment accounting, and government grants. It will help them to appear for competitive exams.

BOTANY

Under Graduate(Course Outcomes)

I YEAR(SEMESTER I)

1) Students are able to classify microorganism on the basis of host.
2) Able to distinguish between reproductive stages of cryptogams
3) Able to study systematic position, thallus and occurrence of algae
1) Students are able to karyotype and Idiogram and their significance.
2) Able to distinguish between mitotic & meiosis.
3) They are able to justify structural aspect of DNA & RNA.
1) Students are able to identify the different microbes.
2) Students are able to identify the different types of algae, bryophyte etc.
3) Students are able to understand that the number of chromosome is characteristic of each species and can vary enormously between species.
4)Students are able to recognize that genetics is based on concept of genes as unit of inheritance

I YEAR(SEMESTER II)

1) Able to differentiate various tissues.
2) They are able to perform sectioning of various ovules.
3) Developed approach for embryology study.
1) Developed understanding about inheritance Biology.
2) Solved problems independently on Genetic disorder.
3) Able to understood Gene related diseases & its control.
1) Students are able to stand in clinic as genetics services.
2) Students identify the different types of genetics disorder.
3) Students Prepare independently permanent slides.

II YEAR(SEMESTER III)

1) Students are able to distinguish between taxonomy and systematic.
2) Able to correlate the reason that botanical Taxonomy study as hierarchical level.
3) Able to describe the reasons for performing natural classification over artificial classification.
1) Students acquired good knowledge about economic importance of cereals, pulses crops.
2) Able to identify and estimate active constituents of medicinal plants.
3) They are able to analyze active constituents of Medicinal plants.
1) Students identify the different types of roots and its modification.
2) Students able to identify different forms of stem of plants.
3) Students stand to identify the leaf type, Leaf venation, flower etc.
1) Students easily distinguish between cereals and pulse crops.
2) Students able to perform cultural practices in field.
3) Students able to recognize different adulteration in food product.
4) Students able to isolate the crude drugs of plants by different method.

II YEAR(SEMESTER IV)

1) Able to understand methods of gardening.
2) Able to characterize the biological impacts of toxins and contaminants on organic life.
3) Provided with understanding for the fate and impact of pollution on organic life.
1) Able to explain different methods of plant breeding.
2) Performs independently isolation of protoplasts and its fusion.
3) Developed skill in genetic engineering.
1) Students identify easily ploidy level of different plants.
2) Students able to do different techniques of hybridization.
3) Students easily prepare different medium.

III YEAR(SEMESTER V)

1) Able to understand energy flow in plants.
2) Able to understand different physiological phenomenon of plants.
3) Able to recognize need of mineral nutrients by plants and its recycling.
1) Students able to identify the nature of disease of plants.
2) Able to describe modes of plant disease transmission.
3) Students are able to prepare plant disease pyramid.
1) Students identify easily ploidy level of different plants.
2) Students able to do different techniques of hybridization.
3) Students easily prepare different medium.
1) Students able to perform different techniques.
2) Students able to experiment on water potential.
3) Students able to perform estimation of pigment from leaf extract.
4) Students get knowledge of fermentation process.

B.Sc. III YEAR(SEMESTER VI)

1) Students are able to characterize the biological.
2) Able to learn methods of biochemical analysis
3) Able to analyze biochemical constituents of the plant cell.
1) Able to assess relationship between.
2) Able to use different techniques for pathogen detection.
3) Able to identify major challenges associated with preventing and managing different types of pests.
1) Students will do the different tests of lipids, fat and oils.
2) Students perform experiment on catalase activity.
3) Students estimate the amount of Starch, glucose from given material.
1) Students will able to handle the Hot air oven, centrifuge etc.
2) Students easily prepare the culture media i.e. PDA, NA.
3)Students able to measure the spore width, diameter etc. by calibration of microscope

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

I Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Prepared to interpret and participate in reporting to their peers on the result of their laboratory experiments.
2) Able to use basic laboratory skills and apparatus to obtain reproducible data from biochemical experiments.
3) Able to understanding of the principles that governs the structures of molecular recognition.
1) Prepared them to achieve on up to date level of understanding and competence that will serve as a lasting and Practical basis for a carrier for that is in research – industry.
2) Developed ability to design and execute an experiment
3) Provided students with a basic understanding of the molecular architecture of macromolecules.
1) Able to investigate the ecological impact of antibiotic administration on the cultivable indigenous micro biota.
2) Provided training in scientific and transferable skills through modular lecture courses.
3) Able to distinguish species on morphology and anatomy basis.

1) Created awareness among students about bio resource conservation.
2) Able to understand dynamics of our surrounding and conserve it.
3) Provided students with to understand trend of evolution among living organisms.

I Year(SEMESTER II)

1) Students are expected to familiarize with the morphological and systematic knowledge the about different plant groups.
2) They will be able to make use of this knowledge for detailed study in other disciplines.
3) The course is designed to provide an adequate knowledge about basic concept of different plant groups and their phylogenetic relationship.
4) They will able to comparative study of life form, structure, reproduction and economic significance of pteridopyte, Gymnosperm etc.
5) The course is designed to provide an insight to the basic concept of plant systematic and its role in classification.
6) Students are expected to learn about the history of plant systematic and its role in classification
1) To introduce the students to basic aspects of cell biology, Genetics and evolution.
2) Students will be able to describe apply and integrate the basic concepts of cell biology including structure and functions of organisms.
3) They will able to study of cell structure using compound microscope .
4) elucidation of ultra structure from electron microphotographs.
5) Students will able to study of mitosis and meiosis by smear/ squash method and from prepared slides.
6) Students will be able to understand scientific methods for implementation in applied courses of cell biology
1) The Aim is to give the students increased knowledge of metabolism
2) physiology and structure of plants.
3) Students will able to understand regulation of growth and development and influence of environment.
4) The course will be to understand the soil plant relationship with reference to environmental factors and plant physiology.
1) Students will able to study anatomy in relation to basic structure of plants and their developmental biology.
2) They are able to make use of this knowledge for the identification and grouping of different plants based on the anatomy. 3) The students will acquire knowledge about leaf, shoot root development.
4) Students will understand basic anatomical concept of primary structure of root ,stem and flower.
5) They will be able to discuss the idea of secondary growth.

II Year(SEMESTER III)

1) To understand the complex optical devices, key concept and application.
2) To obtain most conclusive results.
3) To provide platform to develop computational biological methods.
4) Provide training in scientific and transferable skills through modular lecture courses.
5) Provide knowledge to distinguish species on morphology and anatomy basis.
6) They will be able to perform sectioning of various ovules.
7) Able to develop approach for embryology study.
1) To acquire good knowledge about molecular biology
2) To acquire good knowledge about chemistry of active constituents of medicinal plants.
3) To know the techniques of Molecular biology.
4) Develop understanding about inheritance Biology.
5) Solve problems independently on Genetic disorder.
6) To understood Gene related diseases & its control.
7) To prepare karyotype and Indiogram and their significance
1)Understand and appreciate the scope of forensic biology.
2) Understand and appreciate the scope, diversity and utility of a variety of DNA typing techniques.
3) Perform the primary technique used in Forensic DNA analysis: PCR.
4) To study Perform post-PCR Processing.
5) After studying this paper the students will know –. The significance of forensic science to human
society.
1) To awaken the students about microbial world and the nature of diseases of plants.
2) To understand the principles and concept in plant pathology.
3) To understand the relationships between pathogens and plants.
4) To become familiar with terms and references used to diagnose plant disease.
5) To develop the awareness about the importance of plant disease in human life.

BOTANY II YEAR(SEMESTER IV)

1) To understand the cell structure, function and different aspects of cytogenetical studies.
2) To reveal the different aspects of plant breeding.
3) To provide platform to develop the investigation abilities by using biological tools.
4) To provide training in scientific and transferable skills through modular lecture courses.
1) To know the molecular aspect.
2) To study Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer.
3) To know the DNA sequencing.
4) To know the tissue culture techniques.
1) To awaken the students about microbial world and the nature of diseases of plants.
2) To understand the principles and concept in plant pathology.
3) To understand the relationships between pathogens and plants.
4) To become familiar with terms and references used to diagnose plant disease.
5)To develop the awareness about the importance of plant disease in human life.
6) To learn the basic biology of major groups of plant pathogens.
7) To explain the concept of plant disease and disease pyramid.
8) To describe main modes of plant disease transmission.
1) To awaken the students about microbial world and the nature of diseases of plants.
2) To understand the principles and concept in plant pathology.
3) To understand the relationships between pathogens and plants.
4) To become familiar with terms and references used to diagnose plant disease.
5) To develop the awareness about the importance of plant disease in human life.
6) To learn the basic biology of major groups of plant pathogens.
7) To explain the concept of plant disease and disease

BIO-TECHNOLOGY

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

BSC BT.I Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Students will communicate ethically, responsibly, and effectively as local, national, international, and global citizens and leaders.
2) Students will communicate competently in groups and organizations.
3) Students will monitor and model interpersonal communication competence.
4) Students will possess skills to effectively deliver formal and informal oral presentations to a variety of audiences in multiple contexts..
1) Describe levels of organization and related functions in plants and animals.
2) Identify the characteristics and basic needs of living organisms and ecosystems.
3) Design and critically assess the scientific investigations they perform.
4) Demonstrate critical thinking skills.
1) Student will be able to understand biological processes that take place in and between cells and in and between organisms in nature. This understanding willmake them capable of describing and explaining both biological processes and their importance for living organisms.
2) Student will acquire knowledge of the most important research methods that are in use today to develop their knowledge in biological disciplines.
1) Understand the structural similarities and differences among microorganisms and the unique structure/function relationships of prokaryotic cells.
2) Appreciate the diversity of microorganism and microbial communities and recognize how microorganism solve the fundamental problems their environments present.
1) Have firm foundations in the fundamentals and application of current chemical and scientific theories.
2) Are able to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments.
3) Are able to use modern instrumentation and classical techniques, to design experiments, and to properly record the results of their experiment.
4) Are skilled in problems solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning.
5) Are able to identify and solve chemical problems and explore new areas of research.
6) Are able to use modern library searching and retrieval methods to obtain information about a topic, chemical, chemical technique, or an issue relating to chemistry.
7) Knows the proper procedures and regulations for safe handling and use of chemicals and can follow the proper procedures and regulations for safe handling when using chemicals.
8) Discuss the principles of the techniques by which subcellular components of mammalian cells can be isolated, how their presence can be verified experimentally, and how such techniques may be utilised in research or diagnostics.
1) Identify and describe / draw the cellular structure of organs and tissues from prepared slides, and outline the principles of histochemical staining.
2) Perform experimental techniques as instructed making accurate observations; record, analyse and interpret data.
1) Student will be able to understand biological processes that take place in and between cells and in and between organisms in nature. This understanding willmake them capable of describing and explaining both biological processes and their importance for living organisms.
2) Student will acquire knowledge of the most important research methods that are in use today to develop their knowledge in. biological disciplines.
1) Comprehend the importance of standards/controls in biological analysis.
2) Isolate and enumerate bacteria.
3) Identify microbes using microscopic and biochemical tests.
4) Determine, interpret and discuss the growth kinetics of microbes growing in batch culture.
5) Act in accordance with safe laboratory practice in terms of conduct, attire, risk minimisation and appropriate waste disposal.
1)Are able to design, carry out, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments.
2)Are able to use modern instrumentation and classical techniques, to design experiments, and to properly record the results of their experiment..

BSC BT.I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Are skilled in problems solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning.
2) Understand mathematical definitions and use them correctly.
3) Recognize where and how to use the major theorems, enabling them to see the big picture in various areas of mathematics.
4) See where and how to use mathematical procedures.
5) Learn how to present their research in writing or/and in front of an audience.
6) Provide a description of the method used for analysis, including a discussion of advantages, disadvantages, and necessary assumptions.
7) Provide a discussion of the results and of the statistical analysis.
8) Provide a conclusion to the study including a discussion of limitations of the analysis.
9) Provide a derivation for mathematical statistics problems.
1) Apply key principles of biophysics toward evaluating and analyzing primary literature in the field. Be able to explain key concepts in physiology and biophysics (and supporting disciplines).
2) Critically evaluate current scientific literature and demonstrate the ability to write reports that synthesize and integrate data and hypotheses.
3) Demonstrate competency in carrying out standard laboratory techniques used in the discipline.
4) Relate structure and function at the atomic, molecular, cellular and organismal level by integrating principles of the supporting disciplines.
1) Genetics is a fundamental branch of biology up to now contributes more in different fundamental biological science.
2) Understanding fundamentals of genetics helps students to build in for applied biological sciences, such as molecular biology, genetic engineering Genomics, proteomics etc.
3) Study of genetics improves logical thinking in biology. .
1) Biochemistry will gain proficiency in basic laboratory techniques in both chemistry and biology and be able to apply the scientific method to the processes of experimentation and hypothesis testing.
1) Learn how to present their research in writing or/and in front of an audience.
2) Provide a description of the method used for analysis, including a discussion of advantages, disadvantages, and necessary assumptions.
3) Provide a discussion of the results and of the statistical analysis.
4) Provide a conclusion to the study including a discussion of limitations of the analysis.
5) Provide a derivation for mathematical statistics problems.
1) Describe basic biological concepts and principles,
2) Understand that biology has a chemical, physical, and mathematical basis,
3) Explain the importance of the scientific method to understanding natural phenomena,
4) Effectively communicate scientific data and ideas, both orally and in writing,
5) Critically evaluate data, develop a hypothesis, and design experiments to address an interesting and novel problem.
1) Understanding fundamentals of genetics helps students to build in for applied biological sciences, such as molecular biology, genetic engineering Genomics, proteomics etc.
2) Study of genetics improves logical thinking in biology. .
1) Students will be able to estimate concentration of proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates
2) Students will be able to prepare different standard solutions, Buffer etc.
3) Students will use current biochemical techniques to plan and carry out experiments.
4) The students would be more methodical and innovative while working with this area of research..

BSC BT.II Year(SEMESTER III)

1) By studying all these process student would be more aware about environment friendly and ecofriendly process should be applied in the research..
1) The basic replication strategies of viruses and the fundamentals of interactions between viruses and the host;
2) The role and importance of innate and adaptive immunity to host defense against micro-organisms;
3) The functions and properties of different cell types and organs that comprise the immune system;
4) The cellular interactions and activation of immune cells in response to foreign antigen and cytokines;
5) Antibody structure and how this relates to antibody functions.
1) Aware the students about environmental, its current status and sustainable development concerned with environment.
2) To train the students about environmental parameter analysis like water analysis, soil analysis.
3) Understanding of environmental problems and suggests the remedial measures.
1) Describe the linked pathways of metabolism.
2) Compare and contrast anabolism and catabolism.
3) Describe how enzymes control metabolic reactions.
4) Explain how metabolic pathways are regulated.
5) Explain how ATP stores chemical energy and makes it available to a cell.
6) Explain how the reactions of cellular respiration release chemical energy.
7) Describe the general metabolic pathways of carbohydrate metabolism.
1)Students will be able to safely practice basic laboratory procedures and protocols in future lab situations. Maintain laboratory records compliant with current industry standards.
1) Become proficient at laboratory skills and safety procedures.
2) Learn to follow experimental procedures.
3) Develop skills to formulate answerable questions/hypotheses, predict expected results.
4) Learn how to make careful observations, collect and analyze data, and draw appropriate conclusions.
5) Utilize active learning opportunity in the laboratories.
6) Demonstrate good lab citizenry and the ability to work with others.
1)Recall advanced knowledge of the underlying principles of immunology and its application in solving problems in biological systems. Have an awareness of some current research activities in the field and possible applications of this knowledge.
1) To train the students about environmental parameter analysis like water analysis, soil analysis.
2) Understanding of environmental problems and suggests the remedial measures.
3) Compare and contrast anabolism and catabolism.
1) Describe how enzymes control metabolic reactions.
2) Explain how metabolic pathways are regulated.
3) Students would be more aware about PTC technique and lab organization with necessary explanations.

BSC BT.II Year(SEMESTER IV )

1)By studying all these student would be more empower with the special skills of PTC to establish own business and create employment in the field of seed and processing and related technique in various research organizations
1) The student will be able to describe structure, functions and the mechanisms of action of enzymes.
2) The student will learn kinetics of enzyme catalyzed reactions and enzyme inhibitory and regulatory process.
3) The student will be able to perform immobilization of enzymes.
4) The student will get exposure of wide applications of enzymes and their future potential
1) Understanding of bioprocess engineering and its relation to other disciplines
2) Ability to list bioprocess engineering processes, units, and the corresponding equipments
3) Awareness of career options, potential job functions, contemporary and professional issues. • Familiarity with computer applications in process industries.
1) Understand the synthesis, structure, and function of nucleic acids and proteins in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
2) Understand the principles of inheritance from molecular mechanisms to population consequences.
3) Understand the flow of genetic information in populations and the relationship between genetics and evolutionary theory.
1)Students will be able to safely practice basic laboratory procedures and protocols in future lab situations.
Maintain laboratory records compliant with current industry standards.
1) Students would be more aware about PTC technique and lab organization with necessary explanations.
2) By studying all these students would be more empower with the special skills of PTC to establish own business and create ployment in the field of seed and processing and related technique in various research organizations
1) The student will learn kinetics of enzyme catalyzed reactions and enzyme inhibitory and regulatory process.
2) The student will be able to perform immobilization of enzymes.
3) The student will get exposure of wide applications of enzymes and their future potential
1) The student will be able to perform and optimize practicals related to Upstream and Downstream Process in Fermentation technology.
1) Learn to follow experimental procedures.
2) Develop skills to formulate answerable questions/hypotheses, predict expected results.
3) Understand the flow of genetic information in populations and the relationship between genetics and evolutionary theory.
4) Understand the difference between old biotechnology and modern biotechnology
5) Provide examples of current applications of biotechnology and advances in the different areas like medical, microbial, environmental, bioremediation, agricultural, plant, animal, and forensic.

BSC BT.III Year( SEMESTER V)

1) Understand the concept of recombinant DNA technology or genetic engineering
2) Describe DNA fingerprinting, and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications
3) Describe the steps involved in the production of biopharmaceuticals in microbial and mammalian cell systems
4) Explain the concept and applications of monoclonal antibody technology
5) Critically evaluate the role of micro-organisms in specific biotechnological processes
6) Explain the complex processes behind the development of genetically manipulated organisms
1) Conduct a comprehensive search for original research literature pertinent to a selected area of microbiology and biotechnology
2) Judge the relative support for different perspectives in potentially controversial issues based on a critical and objective analysis of published research
1) The students would be well aware about basic infrastructure and culture technique of ATC.
2) Students would be more beneficial to understand the process concerning with veterinary and biotechnology day to day practices and approaches.
3) Students would be more curious and methodical and innovative by studying the approaches and would formulate newer strategies to establish the betterment
1) Demonstrate knowledge of how biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology are used to elucidate both the function of cells and their organization into tissues
2) Describe how scientific method is used to explain natural phenomena,
3) Understand safe laboratory practices and perform basic molecular biology techniques
4) Generate hypotheses, evaluate data, and design experiments to investigate a scientific problem,
5) Present broad knowledge in biochemistry, genetics, evolutionary biology, cell biology, developmental biology, physiology and ecology.
1) Students will be able to perform practical’s related to recombinant DNA technology
2) Critically evaluate the role of micro-organisms in specific biotechnological processes
1) Students will be able to development genetically manipulated organisms
2) Students will be able to develop skills in production of organic acid and solvents
3) The students would be well aware about basic infrastructure and culture technique of ATC.
1) The students would be well aware about basic infrastructure and culture technique of ATC.
2) Students will learn to handle cell line
1) Student will be able seek knowledge related to animal and plant embryology
2) Demonstrate knowledge of the world-renowned biotechnology information repositories, such as NCBI databases, and the proficient use of the search algorithms for genes, proteins, RNA’s, peptides, disease biomarkers, compounds and biologics from these repositories;

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

M.sc BT Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Explain the processes of growth and development in individuals and populations.
2) Design and critically assess the scientific investigations they perform.
3) Demonstrate critical thinking skills.
1) Students will explain/describe the synthesis of proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates
2) Students will analyze structural-functional relationships of genes and proteins from bacteria to eukaryotes using gnomic methods based on evolutionary relationships.
3) Students will use current biochemical techniques to plan and carry out experiments.
4) They will generate and test hypotheses, analyze data using statistical methods where appropriate, and appreciate the limitations of conclusions drawn from experimental data
1) Upon graduation, Microbiology majors should have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the core concepts in the discipline of Microbiology. Microbiology students will be able to:
2) Explain why microorganisms are ubiquitousin nature; inhabiting a multitude of habitats and occupying a wide range of ecological habitats.
3) Cite examples of the vital role of microorganisms in biotechnology, fermentation, medicine, and other industries important to human wellbeing.
4) Demonstrate that microorganisms have an indispensable role in the environment, including elemental cycles, biodegradation, etc.
1) Select from, use and interpret results of, descriptive statistical methods effectively;
2) Demonstrate an understanding of the central concepts of modern statistical theory and their probabilistic foundation;
3) Select from, use, and interpret results of, the principal methods of statistical inference and design;
4) Communicate the results of statistical analyses accurately and effectively;
5) Make appropriate use of statistical software.
6) Read and learn new statistical procedures independently
1) Discuss the principles of the techniques by which subcellular components of mammalian cells can be isolated, how their presence can be verified experimentally, and how such techniques may be utilised in research or diagnostics
2) Identify and describe / draw the cellular structure of organs and tissues from prepared slides, and outline the principles of histochemical staining
3) Perform experimental techniques as instructed making accurate observations; record, analyse and interpret data
1) Students will able to estimate the concentration of proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates
2) Students will use current biochemical techniques to plan and carry out experiments.
3. They will develop skills in isolation and identification of Proteins- SDS PAGE and NATIVE PAGE
1) Identify the various physiological groups of bacteria/archaea with their special features, their applications and ways to study them;
2) compose redox reactions and calculate Gibbs energy values for energy generating reactions using thermodynamic data as well as redox potentials;
3) calculate electrochemical gradients of compounds over an energized membrane;
On completion of course students are able to understand 1) Verification of Beer’s law
2) Determination of lambda max by using a suitable dye
3) Separation of Compounds by chromatography
4) Demonstration of agarose gel electrophoresis, SDS and NATIVE PAGE
5) Demonstration of ELISA
6) Construct simple statistical hypothesis and composite statistical hypothesis
7) Determine probability of the error of first kind and second kind
8) Test null hypothesis against the alternative hypothesis

M.sc BT I Year(SEMESTER II)

1) Understand the synthesis, structure, and function of nucleic acids and proteins in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
2) Understand the principles of inheritance from molecular mechanisms to population consequences.
3) Understand the flow of genetic information in populations and the relationship between genetics and evolutionary theory.
1) The basic replication strategies of viruses and the fundamentals of interactions between viruses and the host;
2) The role and importance of innate and adaptive immunity to host defense against micro-organisms;
3) The functions and properties of different cell types and organs that comprise the immune system;
4) The cellular interactions and activation of immune cells in response to foreign antigen and cytokines;
5) Antibody structure and how this relates to antibody functions
1) Student understood fundamentals Animal cell Science.
2) Development of Laboratory Skills about animal cell science.
3) Understanding of application of animal cell science in Biotechnology.
4) Development of Research oriented aptitude
1) define a bacterium, a fungus, a virus and archaea, give examples of structurally different microbes, and list microbes by their energy metabolism and carbonsources.
2) The student will be able to evaluate the cultivation, enrichment and growth prevention methods for microbes.
3) The student will be able to explain the roles of microbes in elemental cycles on Earth and, the waste decontamination methods based on microbial activities.
4) He/she will be able to judge how microbes and enzymes could be applied in industry.
1) Students are able to develop skills in isolation and purification of genomic DNA , RNA and plasmid DNA.
2) Skills in Transformation Conjugation and Transduction Techniques.
1) Concept of antigen, antigenic determinants,
2) Immunoglobulin, structure, types and functions,
3) Immunotechniques like RIA, ELISA, Rocket Immuno electrophoresis etc.
4) Blood Group Detection, Blood Film Preparation
1) The students would be well aware about basic infrastructure and culture technique of ATC.
2) Students will learn to handle cell line History, scope, principle, merits and demerits of animal cell and tissue culture.
3) application of animal cell and tissue culture, biohazards and Biosafety
1) Bioprocess engineering, mutagenesis, protoplast fusion techniques for strain improvement of primary and secondary metabolite
2) Upstream and Downstream processing.

MSC BT.II Year(SEMESTER III)

1) Technical know-how on versatile techniques in genetic engineering like PCR, Blotting, molecular diagnosis, cell profiling etc.
2) An understanding on application of genetic engineering techniques in basic and applied experimental biology.
3) Proficiency in designing and conducting experiments involving genetic manipulation.
4) Understand the concept of recombinant DNA technology or genetic engineering
5) Describe DNA fingerprinting, and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications
6) Describe the steps involved in the production of biopharmaceuticals in microbial and mammalian cell systems..
1) understand the various concepts of fermentation; know the differences between aerobic and anaerobic fermentation
2) Understand the growth of microorganism and their role in producing foods and drinks.
3) (skills) isolate and identify microorganisms from fermenting fruits, cereals and milk;
4) produce some drinks and foods e.g. bread, beer, wine and vinegar resulting from alcoholic fermentation; produce some foods and drinks e.g. cheese, butter, yoghurt resulting from acidic.
1) The course concept of microbial growth, metabolism and applications of microbial technology in varied fields. The theory course structure will be complimented by practical sessions. This course will provide a strong understanding of applied microbiology and will help the students to explore work opportunities in Biotechnology Companies and Industries as well.
2) The student will be able to describe structure, functions and the mechanisms of action of enzymes.
3) The student will learn kinetics of enzyme catalyzed reactions and enzyme inhibitory and regulatory process.
4) The student will be able to perform immobilization of enzymes.
5) The student will get exposure of wide applications of enzymes and their future potential.
1) Concepts, principles and processes in plant biotechnology.
2) Applications. Presentation of ongoing research.
3) Reflation. The ability of explanation of concepts, principles and usage of the acquired knowledge in biotechnological, pharmaceutical, medical and agricultural applications.
4) Transmissible skills. Critic usage of literature and other sources, collection and interpretation of data, scientific and technical terminology.
1) Technical know-how on versatile techniques in genetic engineering like PCR, Blotting, molecular diagnosis, cell profiling etc.
2) Skills related to DNA fingerprinting, and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications.
1) understand the various concepts of fermentation; know the differences between aerobic and anaerobic fermentation
2) (skills) isolate and identify microorganisms from fermenting fruits, cereals and milk;
3) produce some drinks and foods e.g. bread, beer, wine and vinegar resulting from alcoholic fermentation; produce some foods and drinks e.g. cheese, butter, yoghurt resulting from acidic
4) fermentation; and design a simple containment system (Bioreactor / fermentor).
1) The student will learn kinetics of enzyme catalyzed reactions and enzyme inhibitory and regulatory process.
2) The student will be able to perform immobilization of enzymes.
3) The student will get exposure of wide applications of enzymes and their future potential.
1) Students would be more aware about PTC technique and lab organization with necessary explanations. By studying all these student would be more empower with the special skills of PTC to establish own business and create employment in the field of seed and processing and related technique in various research organizations .

MSC BT II Year(SEMESTER IV)

1)Be able to describe the development of Omics technologies, with emphasis on genomics and proteomics;
2)Be able to synthesize information to discuss the key technological developments that enabled modern genomic and proteomic studies;
3)Be able to describe advanced genomics and proteomics technologies and the ways in which their data are stored;
4)Be able to use bioinformatics techniques to query examples of genomic and proteomic databases to analyze cell biology; 5)Be able to describe the different types of genome variation and their relationship to human diseases;
6)Be able to discuss how biological systems information relating to genes, proteins and cellular structures can be used to model living cells, and even to create new synthetic cells.
7)Gain the ability to use information technology to acquire relevant knowledge for their understanding of the current status of the field and its relevance to society.
8)Gain the capacity to integrate knowledge across other disciplines in biotechnology.
1)Understanding of steps involved in the production of biopharmaceuticals in microbial and mammalian cell systems
2)Understanding of the concept and applications of monoclonal antibody technology
3)Study of general principles of generating transgenic plants, animals and microbes.
1) Discuss applications, advantages and limitations of enzymes in the food industry.
2) Describe developments in the field of functional dairy products. 3) Describe examples of the application of omics techniques in food analysis: food authenticity, food safety.
4) Critique strategies to engineer flavour profiles in plants and food materials.
5) Plan a safety assessment strategy for food developed through genetic engineering.
6) Outline the major technical considerations for detecting GM foods and for species identification in meat products.
1) Explain the importance of microbial diversity in environmental systems, processes and biotechnology
2) Understand and explain the importance of molecular approaches in environmental microbiology and biotechnology.
3) Describe existing and emerging technologies that are important in the area of environmental biotechnology;
4) Describe the principles and techniques underpinning the application of biosciences to the environment;
5) Describe biotechnological solutions to address environmental issues including pollution, mineral resource winning, renewable energy and water recycling;
6) Analyse case-studies representative of key areas of environmental Biotechnology.
1)Be able to discuss how biological systems information relating to genes, proteins and cellular structures can be used to model living cells, and even to create new synthetic cells.
2)Gain the ability to use information technology to acquire relevant knowledge for their understanding of the current status of the field and its relevance to society.
1)Gain the capacity to integrate knowledge across other disciplines in biotechnology.
2)To understand the social issues and Problems related to Biological Fields. Skills in writing Research, Business Proposals.
1) Students are able to develop skills in detection of nutritional value in food 2) Students are able to detect type of spoilage in Food sample.
3) Students are able to learn Preservation Techniques.
4) Students are able to determine Acidity, Alkalinity, Salinity, COD , BOD etc.
5) Students are able to estimate Nitrogen of soil ( Kjeldals method) and metal content of soil.
1) Students will be able to develop skills in scientific writing.
2) Students will be able to develop skills in techniques used in their project work

Chemistry

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1)Know Logarithms and Antilogarithms, Integration, Mole concept, atomic weight, molecular weight and equivalent weight. 2)Can understand Bohr’s atomic model, concept of shells, subshells and orbitals, types of catalyst, Application of catalysis. 3) Gained the knowledge of Periodicity ,General properties of atoms, Ionisation energy, Electron affinity. 4)Can understand the knowledge of occourance and different methods of isolation of elements.
1)Can write the IUPAC name of any organic compounds from their structure and draw its structure from its IUPAC name. 2) Identify the types of reactions and write its mechanism. 3) Write general molecular formula, preparation and properties of saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. 4)Gain the knowledge of different chemical bonds and Van der Waals forces, properties, preparation and structure of different inert gases.
1) They can determine the viscosity of given liquid, surface tension, equivalent weight. 2)Can estimate the amount of radicals in the given mixture, Melting point, boiling point. 3)They can recrystallize the given organic compound.
1) Students acquire the knowledge of the qualitative and quantitative analysis. 2) They can know how the chemical methods applied for elemental and compound analysis.
1)They can know the types of analytical balances, Weights and calibration of weights. 2)They can understand the units of volume, effect of temperature on volume measurement. 3) They understand the principle of titrimetric analysis.
1)Students can practically calibrate the apparatus, became familiar with the basic titration processes and able to assay the commercial chemical samples.

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) They can derive the kinetic gas equation, solve the numerical on critical constants and Vander Waals constants.
2)Can Know the Vapour pressure, Surface Tension of liquid.
3) Can determine the crystal structure of NaCl, electro kinetic or Zeta potential, electrophoresis and electro osmosis of sol.
4) They can know the Law of mass action, Reactions of acidic radicals, Lewis acid and base concept.
1)Students are able to identify the aromatic and non aromatic constants
2)They are able to write mechanism of electrophilic substitution reactions
3) They will write the synthesis of various organic compounds from Grignard reagents.
4) They can find out the oxidation number of various elements.
5)They can know the Biological importance (Na, K ,Ca and Mg).
1) They can derive the kinetic gas equation, solve the numerical on critical constants and Vander Waals constants.
2)Can Know the Vapour pressure, Surface Tension of liquid.
3) Can determine the crystal structure of NaCl, electro kinetic or Zeta potential, electrophoresis and electro osmosis of sol.
4) They can know the Law of mass action, Reactions of acidic radicals, Lewis acid and base concept.
1)Students understand the principle and handling procedures of chromatographic techniques and chemometrics.
1) Students can writes steps involved in gravimetry.
2) They can apply the knowledge of gravimetric conversion factor in analysis.
3) They are able to use the precipitants for particular ion in gravimetry.
4) They can classify the given solvents and reagents.
1) Students able to determine quantitative analysis of various ions by volumetric titration.

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)They can know the chemical kinetics concepts, laws of photochemistry, phase equilibria.
2)Can understand thePrinciple of volumetric analysis, types of titrations ,properties of P block element
1) They can draw mechanism of various Name reactions, organic compounds and their derivatives.
2)They familiarize with the concept of hybridization, coordination chemistry.
1) Familiarize students with, Properties and Composition of Soils, Nitrogen fixation, and Soil reclamation etc.
2) They Understands about Essential fertility requirement of the Nitrogenous, Phosphate Fertilizers.
3) They will know about Gibberellins , Auxins, Cytokinins , Ethylene .etc.
1) Students can handle the instruments, can analyse water sample, prepare different standard solutions.
1)They can prepare different derivatives, perform quantitative analysis of organic compound.
2) Can prepare different complex and estimate the ions gravimetrically and volumetrically.
1) Inorganic and Organic analysis techniques are inculcated in students.
2) Students acquired sound knowledge regarding inorganic salt, plant, elemental and metallurgical analysis.
1) Students become familiar with instrumental methods of Chemical analysis such as visible, atomic absorption and flame emission spectroscopic techniques and with microscopic methods such as SEM, TEM and AFM
1) Students are able to analyse organic compounds such as ores, metals and alloys.
1)Students can handle the instruments independently for requisite analysis.
1) Students acquired knowledge regarding manufacturing of glass, pharma and forensic analysis.

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students got thorough knowledge regarding chemical kinetics, basic terms used in electrochemistry, First law of thermodynamics.
2) They can know the theories of coordination compounds, VSEPR theory.
1) They familiarize the students with concept of stereochemistry, carbohydrates, polymers, oils and fats.
2) They can understand concept of gravimetric analysis, corrosion and passivity.
1) Students can handle potentiometer and estimate the amount of ions gravimetrically.
1) They can perform organic qualitative analysis, separate the binary mixture and estimate it by volumetrically.v
1) Students will understand the concept, Chemical nature of pesticides, History of pesticides etc.
2) They will know the Manufacturing processes of some pesticides: like Lindane (BHC), DDT, Parathion, Phorate.
1) Students get acquainted with industrial product analysis and QA and QC.
1) Students got thorough knowledge regarding Radio Chemical, Thermal, Optical & Chromatographic Methods
1) Practical experiences regarding industrial product analysis are inculcated in the students
1) Students can handle the electrochemical, optical instruments and chromatographic techniques.
Students got thorough knowledge regarding food processing, food preservation and Adulteration.

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1) Student learned the basic concepts of quantum chemistry, surface chemistry and molecular spectroscopy.
2) They familiarize with the role, applications of bio inorganic chemistry and the properties of d block elements.
1) Student can analyse environmental and food samples practically.
2) They learn about synthetic dyes, drugs, pesticides, alkaloids and vitamins.
3) Can understand various properties of Lanthanides and radioactivity.
1) Students can handle colorimeter, and determine the rate constant of the reaction, molecular weight and analyse the ores.
1) Thorough knowledge regarding organic preparations, and for analysis of alloys are incorporated in students.
1) With the knowledge of spectroscopic techniques students can explain principles and mechanisms involved and interpreted spectral data.
1) Student get acquainted with issues regarding the environmental pollution and procedures for analysis of pollutants and food samples
1) Student can analyse environmental and food samples practically.
1) Students can handle chromatographic techniques and analyse water and metal samples.

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1) Students became familiar with electrochemical cells, Nernst equation, Gibbs free energy, Nerns’t heat theorem and concept of nanotechnology.
2) They can know the properties of Actinides, nuclear reactions, Indias nuclear energy program.
1) They can understand different types of spectroscopy and their applications to organic compounds.
2) They can know the reactions of amino acids, peptides and proteins, different rearrangement reactions and reagents.
3) They get familiarize the students with molecular orbital theory and non transition elements like silicates, zeolites and carbides.
1) Student acquired experimental skill in Separation of organic binary mixture containing two solid components.
2) They can estimate the amount of elements by EDTA, Iodometric method.
1) They acquired skill for handaling instruments like potentiometer, pH-meter, polarimeter.
2)Can find out the enthalpy of neutralization, energy of activation, amount of ion in given solution by EDTA titrations.
1) Thorough knowledge regarding electroanalytical techniques and chromatographic techniques are incorporated in students
1) Students became familiar with pharmaceutical, clinical, cosmetic and fuel analysis as well as with solvent extraction techniques.
1) Students acquired skill of handling instruments and chromatographic techniques.
1) Student acquired experimental skill for pharmaceutical, clinical, cosmetic and fuel analysis.

M.Sc. I Year SEMESTER I

1) Students can understand inorganic reaction mechanisms, inner and outer sphere election transfer reactions. 2) They can apply trans effect rule in preparation of square planar complex. 3) They can calculate different term symbol, microstates of metal ions. 4) They gain the concepts of magnetic nature of different substance.
1)They can understand concept of organic chemistry, different reaction mechanisms.
2)They can identify between aromatic, non aromatic compound well.
3)Students can draw the mechanisms for Aliphatic, Nucleophilic and Aromatic substitutions reactions.
1)They can understand quantum chemistry, Postulates of quantum mechanics, the variation theorem, Perturbation theory
2)They can know laws of thermodynamics, Partial molar properties Raoults law
3)Students can understand Partition functions, recapitulation of phase rule and terms involved in it and concepts of Electrochemistry.
1)Student became familiarize with principles of polarography & voltametry, atomic absorption spectroscopy, flame photometry etc.
2)They can understand thermogravimetric analysis, X-ray diffraction (XRD) methods.
1)Student became familiarize with principles of polarography & voltametry, atomic absorption spectroscopy, flame photometry etc.
2)They can understand thermogravimetric analysis, X-ray diffraction (XRD) methods.

M.Sc. I Year SEMESTER I

1)They can separate and estimate of metal ions from binary and ternary mixture solution by volumetrically and second gravimetrically well.
1)Students will be able to separate the given organic binary mixture by physical method
2) Students will be able to synthesize organic compounds by single stage preparation method.
3) They will be able to carry out various techniques for the purification and analysis of given organic compounds.
1)They can perform experiments using conductometer, pH-meter, refractometer 2)They can determine solubility, ionic strength, rate constant by non instrumental methods.

M.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) They can know the role of natural Metalloporphyrins.
2) Students get familiarize with inorganic Raman and ESR Spectroscopy.
3)They know the concept of Inorganic Catalysis, Organometallics & Solid state chemistry.
1) They can know the types of free radical reactions, and Elimination Reaction with mechanism.
2) They can understand the concept of pericyclic chemistry, photochemistry and their term.
1) Students can understand the concept of Chemical Kinetics and reaction dynamics and BET equation.
2) They acquired the knowledge of micelles & macromolecules, and physical Organic Chemistry.
1)Students became aquented with electrochemical spectroscopic and thermal analysis techniques
1)They can perform semi micro qualitative inorganic analysis of three acidic and three basic radicals and synthesize the inorganic complexes
1)They can do Steam distillation column chromatography and double stage synthesis.
1) After studying UV, IR, 1H-NMR and Mass-spectrometry methods, students will be able to detect the nature as well as structure of organic compounds.

M.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Students will be skilled in problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning as applied to scientific problems.
2)By gaining knowledge of spectroscopic techniques students will be able to explore new areas of research in both chemistry and allied fields of science and technology
1) Students will able to understand various modifications, reagents, rearrangement reaction. They can know the oxidation, reduction reactions.
1) Students can learn the basic concept of chemistry of Natural products.
2)Students will able to know about the structure determination and stereochemistry of following representative molecules –Citral ,Geraniol, Menthol, Phytol, Abietic acid and beta carotene.
1)Students can understand different terminology in Medicinal chemistry
2)They study the SAR and drug designing methods
3)They can know different uses, synthesis, properties and the mode of action of various drugs
1. Students will able to separate ternary mixture and can analyse each component of the mixture.
1) Students can synthesize different multicomponent reactions in usual way as well as by using ultrasound.
1) They can perform titrimetric and instrumental techniques for estimation of drugs.

M.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Students can apply the ideas of retrosynthesis to develop new routes of synthesis.
2) They know what is the need of protection and deprotection of functional groups.
1) They can know Chirality, D & L, R & S and E & Z nomenclature, Regioselective and Chemoselective reactions, Conformational analysis.
1) Students will understand the importance of heterocycles in pharmaceuticals and biological systems.
2) They draw the mechanism for reactions involving heterocycles as intermediates and products.
1) Students can understand about supramolecular chemistry.
2) They can know the importance of green reagents and green chemistry.
1) Students can perform Semi-micro Qualitative Analysis of Ternary Mixtures.
1)They can understand the isolation and purification of natural products like beta carotene, piperine licopene.
1) They can gain the skill in synthesis of Benzocaine, Phenytoin, 6-methyl uracil, sulfanilamide drugs.
1) They can acquired the skill in synthesis of various organic compound.

Computer Science

Under Graduate(Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. CS I Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Identify the components of a personal computer system
2) Demonstrate input/output functions
3) Demonstrate window and menu commandsand how they are used
4) Demonstratehowto organize files and documents on a USB/hard drive Student will be able to compose, format and edit a word document
5) Send emailmessages (with or without attachments)
6) Navigateand searchthrough the internet"
1) Design an algorithmic solution for a given problem.
2) Draw flowcharts for the solution.
3) Write a maintainable C program for a given algorithm.
4) Write well documented and indented program according to coding standards.
5) Execute the C program."

1) Execute DOS commands and create batch file.
2) Demonstrate how to organize files and documents on a USB/hard drive.
3) Compose, format and edit a word document
4) Write and execute simple programs in ‘C’ language
5) Send email messages and navigate and search through the internet"

B.Sc.CS I Year (SEMESTER II)

"
1) Develop programs in C language.
2) Write programs using arrays, functions, structure and unions.
3) Write programs for file management.
4) Apply own logic to develop programs in c language."

1) Students Know about the basic concepts of Function, Array and Link-list.
2) Understand how several fundamental algorithms work particularly those concerned with Stack, Queues, Trees and various Sorting algorithms.
3) Design new algorithms or modify existing ones for new applications and able to analyze the space and time efficiency of most algorithms."

1) Write programs using arrays, functions, structure and unions.
2) Write programs for storage classes and file management
3) To access how the choices of data structure and algorithm methods impact the performance of program.
4) To solve problems based upon different data structure and also write programs.
5) Choose an appropriate data structure for a particular problem."

B.Sc.CS II Year(SEMESTER III)


1) Analyze the structure of OS and basic architectural components involved in OS design
2) Analyze and design the applications to run in parallel either using process or thread Modelsof different OS.
3) Understand the Mutual exclusion, Deadlock detection .
4) Conceptualize the components involved in designing OS."

1)Independently understand basic computer network technology.
2) Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components.
3) Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols.
4) Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a network.
5) Understand and building the skills of sub netting and routing mechanisms."

1)Comfortably use basic Linux commands from the command line (from a terminal window);
2) Organize and manage their files within the Linux file system;
3) Be knowledgeable enough about basic Linux shell scripting to be able to successfully read and write shell scripts"
1)Independently understand basic computer network technology. 2) Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components. 3) Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols. 4) Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a network. 5) Understand and building the skills of sub netting and routing mechanisms."

B.Sc.CS II Year(SEMESTER IV)

1)Understand the structure and model of the Java programming language.
2) Use the Java programming language for various programming technologies.
3) Develop software, application in the Java programming language."
1) To have a throughout understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics. 2) Understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design digital design. 3) Understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits. 4) Understand the basics of computer hardware and how software interacts with computer hardware. 5) Analyze and evaluate computer performance. 6) Do the assembly language programming of microprocessor 8086"

1) Understand the structure and model of the Java programming language.
2) Use the Java programming language for various programming technologies.
3) Develop software, application in the Java programming language."

1) To have a throughout understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics.
2) To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design.
3) Understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
4) Understand the basics of computer hardware and how software interacts with computer hardware.
5) Analyze and evaluate computer performance.
6) Do the assembly language programming of microprocessor 8086."

B.Sc. CS III Year(SEMESTER V)


1) Identify the information that is needed to design a database management system for a business information problem.
2) Create conceptual and logical database designs for a business information problem.
3) Construct a database management system that satisfies relational theory and provide users with business queries, business forms, and business reports.
4) Analyze the core terms, concepts, and tools of relational database management systems.
5) Demonstrate skills to work in teams in teams and utilize effective group techniques tomanage a complex project."

1)Identify the information that is needed to design a database management system for abusiness information problem.
2) Create conceptual and logical database designs for a business information problem.
3) Construct a database management system that satisfies relational theory and providesusers with business queries, business forms, and business reports.
4) Analyze the core terms, concepts, and tools of relational database management systems.
5) Demonstrate skills to work in teams in teams and utilize effective group techniques tomanage a complex project."

1) Identify the information that is needed to design a database management system for a business information problem.
2) Create conceptual and logical database designs for a business information problem.
3) Construct a database management system that satisfies relational theory and provide users with business queries, business forms, and business reports.
4) Analyze the core terms, concepts, and tools of relational database management systems.
5) Demonstrate skills to work in teams in teams and utilize effective group techniques tomanage a complex project."

1)Identify the information that is needed to design a database management system for abusiness information problem.
2) Create conceptual and logical database designs for a business information problem.
3) Construct a database management system that satisfies relational theory and providesusers with business queries, business forms, and business reports.
4) Analyze the core terms, concepts, and tools of relational database management systems.
5) Demonstrate skills to work in teams in teams and utilize effective group techniques tomanage a complex project."

B.Sc. Cs III Year(SEMESTER VI)


1) Design basic programming structures to implement functionality in line with requirements defined in BRS/URS, SRS and HLD.
2) Establish and agree with appropriate people the data/information they need to provide, the formats in which they need to provide it, and when they need to provide it, Obtain the data/information from reliable sources, Check that the data/information is accurate, complete and up-to-date."

1) Student should design Web Pages.
2) Writing HTML page with PHP Code.
3) Runweb page on various browsers.
4) Createphp classes.
5) Works with different php classes.
6) Performdatabase connectivity with Mysql
7) Student can get job of PHP web developer or web designer."

1) Explain basic principles of Python programming language.
2) Implement object oriented concepts.
3) Implement database and GUI applications."

1) Student should design Web Pages.
2) Writing HTML page with PHP Code.
3) Runweb page on various browsers.
4) Create php classes.
5) Works with different phpclasses.
6) Perform database connectivity with Mysql

7) Student can get job of PHP web developer or web designer.

1) Explain basic principles of Python programming language.

2) Implement object oriented concepts.

3) Implement database and GUI applications.

1)Develop programs in SCILAB

2)Evaluate, analyze and plot results.

3)Perform mathematical Modelling in SCILAB "

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

M.sc .I Year(SEMESTER I)

1) Learn good principles of algorithm design. 2) Learn how to analyze algorithms and estimate their time complexity.
3) familiar with fundamental data structures and their implementation .
4) Become accustomed to the description of algorithms in both functional and procedural ways;.
5) learn how to apply their theoretical knowledge in practice"
1) analyze and evaluate computer performance with memory and control unit.
2) do the assembly language programming of microprocessor 8086.
3) have a complete understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in microprocessor.
4) understand and examine the structure of various microprocessor and its application in real world.
5) understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
6) understand the basics of computer hardware and how software interacts with computer hardware."
1) Demonstrate the principles of object-oriented programming and the interplay of algorithms and data structures in well-written modular code;
2) Solve problems requiring the writing of well-documented programs in the Python language,
3) including use of the logical constructs of that language;
4) Demonstrate significant experience with the Python program development environment."
1) Determine solutions using problem solving principles,
2) logic and systematic methodologies.
3) Evaluate the architecture and principles of operation of computer systems and networks.
4) Synthesize principles and theories of computer science and software engineering for application to different computing paradigms."
1) Evaluate models/algorithms with respect to their accuracy.
2) Demonstrate capacity to perform a self directed piece of practical work
3) that requires the application of data mining techniques.
4) Critique the results of a data mining exercise.
5) Develop hypotheses based on the analysis of the results obtained and test them."
1) analyze and evaluate computer performance with memory and control unit.
2)do the assembly language programming of microprocessor 8086.
3) have a complete understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in microprocessor.
4) understand and examine the structure of various microprocessor and its application in real world.
5) understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits. "
1) Demonstrate the principles of object-oriented programming and the interplay of algorithms and data structures in well-written modular code;
2) Solve problems requiring the writing of well-documented programs in the Python language
, 3) including use of the logical constructs of that language
; 4) Demonstrate significant experience with the Python program development environment."

M.sc .I Year (SEMESTER II)

1) Identify the relevance of different system programs. 2) Describe the various data structures and passes of assembler design.
3) Implement different parsers for given context free grammars.
4) Synthesize the analysis phase outcomes to produce the object code that is efficient in terms of space and execution time.
1) Create a Web form with server controls.
2) Separate page code from content by using code-behind pages, page controls, and components.
3) Display dynamic data from a data source by using Microsoft ADO.NET and data binding.
4) Debug ASP.NET pages by using trace.
1) After the completion of the course, the students will be able design some IOT based prototypes.
1) Develop bioinformatics tools with programming skills.
2) Apply computational based solutions for biological perspectives.
3) Pursue higher education in this field.
4) Practice life-long learning of applied biological science.
1) Develop and implement numerically stable and accurate algorithms for all the basic tasks of computational science and engineering:
2) Develop stable algorithms for solving linear systems of equations.
3) Develop efficient and stable algorithms for finding roots of non-linear equations.
4) Implement numerically stable recursion algorithms for evaluating mathematical functions.
5) Understand the use of interpolation for numerical differentiation and integration."
1) Create a Web form with server controls.
2) Separate page code from content by using code-behind pages, page controls, and components.
3) Display dynamic data from a data source by using Microsoft ADO.NET and data binding.
4)Debug ASP.NET pages by using trace.

M.sc .II Year (SEMESTER III)

1) Develop and implement numerically stable and accurate algorithms for all the basic tasks of computational science and engineering:
2) Develop stable algorithms for solving linear systems of equations.
3) Develop efficient and stable algorithms for finding roots of non-linear equations.
4) Implement numerically stable recursion algorithms for evaluating mathematical functions.
5) Understand the use of interpolation for numerical differentiation and integration."
1) Work confidently in Unix/Linux environment.
2) Write shell scripts to automate various tasks.
3) Master the basics of Linux administration. "
1) understand the various computer graphics hardware and display technologies.
2) understand the 2D and 3D viewing techniques.
3) understand various 2D and 3D objects transformation techniques.
1) understand the basics of fundamentals of digital image processing
2) Understand how images are represented and manipulated in MATLAB.
3) understand image arithmetic and convert between different data classes
4) understand basics of intensity transformations and filtering perform color image processing"
1apply their knowledge and skills to be employed and excel in IT professional careers and/or to continue their education in IT and/or related post graduate programmes.
1) create PHP scripts that: use object-oriented PHP,
2) implement business logic within the database,
3) use stored procedures and triggers,
4) create and deploy a portable web-based system.
5) test and debug object-oriented PHP scripts.
1) Work confidently in Unix/Linux environment
. 2) Write shell scripts to automate various tasks.
3) Master the basics of Linux administration.

M.sc .II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1)understand the concept and challenge of big data and why existing technology is inadequate to analyze the big data,
2) collect, manage, store, query, and analyze various form of big data;
3) gain hands-on experience on large-scale analytics tools to solve some open big data problems;
4) Understand the impact of big data for business decisions and strategy.
1) Write, compile and execute simple java programs.
2) Write programs using OOP’s concepts.
3) Design graphical application, work with events,
4) JDBC and develop web based applications.
1) define what information is ï‚· appreciate the value of information to the modern organization .
2) understand the CIA triad of Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability.
3) appreciate the difficulties that arise when valuable information needs to be shared .
4) Identify the five leading-edge resources that have up-to-date information on information security.
1) Understand properties, Operations and relations; Fuzzy sets.
2) Understand Organization of the Brain and develop the artificial model.
3) Understand Applications of ANN and develop the models using different algorithms .
1) Understand Project development process.
1) Write, compile and execute simple java programs.
2) Write programs using OOP’s concepts.
3) Design graphical application, work with events,
4) BC and develop web based applications"
1)Understand properties, Operations and relations; Fuzzy sets
2)Understand Organization of the Brain and develop the artificial model .
3)Understand Applications of ANN and develop the models using different algorithms .

Information Technology

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. C.S. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1)identify the parts of the computer system.
2)adequately explain functioning of computer components.
3)explain the process of problem solving using computer
1) To have a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics.
2)o understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design.
3)he ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
4)he Ability to identify basic requirements for a design application and propose a cost effective solution.
1)Ability to design an algorithmic solution for a given problem.
2)rite a maintainable C program for a given algorithm.
Can Trace the given C program manually
3)Write C program for simple applications of real life .
1)can understand master functions, structures and history of operating systems.
2) Able to execute different Linux commands used for different purposes .
1) To impart students with an understanding of the basics of computer science through practicals
2) Can handle input output devices of computer"
1)tohave a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques
2)To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design through practicals.
1) Design an algorithmic solution for a given problem.
2) Can write a C program for a given algorithm.
3) Can write programe using Arrays.
4) Write C program for simple applications of real life using structures and files.
5)solve the given problem using the syntactical structures of C language through practicals.
1)Students will able to work on Linux Environment .
2) Also able to create and manage directoties, files.
3)Can work on File permissions.

B.Sc. C.S I Year (SEMESTER II)

1)understand basic notions of Graph Theory .
2)Knowing Fundamental Theorems in Graph Theory.
3)Study of algorithmic Graph Theory
4)Have an understanding in identifying patterns on many levels.
1)Understand basic notions of Graph Theory .
2)Knowing Fundamental Theorems in Graph Theory .
3)Study of algorithmic Graph Theory.
4)Have an understanding in identifying patterns on many levels.
Can understand Pointers, structures, Unions.
1) Can Memory Allocation Functions 2)Able to understand the VDU Basics .
3) Able to handle File related operations • Can understand interupt services through C
1) Apply proper layout and design interactive website design .
2)Able to use HTML tags
To implement the design of the tables in DBMS.
To write queries to get optimized outputs .
To store, retrieve and view the contents through practicals.
1) To implement the design of the tables in DBMS .
2) To write queries to get optimized outputs .
3)To store, retrieve and view the contents through practicals.
1) Can understand Pointers, structures, Unions.
2) Can Handle Memory Allocation Functions .
3) Able to write the VDU related Programes .
4) Able to write program to handle File related operations .
5) Can handle mouse, printer, Keyboard related interupt services through C.
1) The course has been designed to provide the basic knowledge for design of the web page / site through practicals.
1) Understand moral values,how to behave in society

B.Sc. C.S II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)Gain the basic knowledge on Object Oriented concepts.
2)Ability to develop applications using Object Oriented Programming Concepts.
3)Ability to implement features of object oriented programming to solve real world problems.
4)Use the characteristics of an object-oriented programming language in a program.
5)Use the basic object-oriented design principles in computer problem solving.
6)Use the basic principles of software engineering in managing complex software project.
Program with advanced features of the C++ programming language.
1)Understand functions, structures and history of operating systems .
2) Understand process management concepts including scheduling, synchronization, deadlocks .
3) Understand and implement multithreading concept .
4) Analyze concepts of memory management including virtual memory .
5) Design the protection and security mechanisms.
1)Student should write xml code to design android controls , students also able to write java programs with object oriented features, they should create their own packages and able to access created packages
1)To develop ability applications using Object Oriented Programming Concepts.
2)Students will also learn to implement features of object oriented programming to solve real world problems through practicals
1) Describe basic concepts and develop programs in Java using object oriented features, packages, errors and exceptions, Threads through practicals.
1)To master the terminology and concepts of the OSI reference model and theTCP-IP reference model.To master the concepts of protocols, network interfaces through practicals.
1)Analyze the structure of OS and basic architectural components involved in OS design , Analyze and design the applications to run in parallel either using process or thread models of different OS through practicals .

B.Sc. C.S. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
2)An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
3)An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. An ability to communicate effectively.communicate effectively.
1) Use the methods of the Applet and Component classes required for a basic applet 2)Describe the classes in the AWT package that relate to the Applet class 3)Describe the AWT graphics explain controls and how to apply them in the container 4)Develop programs using Event class and Event Listener Interface.
5)Develop a program for steps to connect a database Describe the use of JDBC.
6) Develop program to use JDBC to query a database and modify.
7)Describe life cycle of servlet.
8)Develop program using javax.servlet package Explain JSP Architecture and itsLife cycle.
9)Describe the AWT graphics explain controls and how to apply them in the container
1)Describe basic concepts and develop programs in C# using object orientedfeatures like delegates, events, errors and exceptions.
2) Explain Common language runtime (CLR) as a platform for managed code.
3) Describe the features of Common language runtime (CLR) and develop efficient code with C# on .NET framework.
4) Develop windows based applications & services on .NET framework Describe overview of .NET framework.
5) Interpret data access and develop windows applications Apply an understanding of the .NET technology and C#.net components to develop a windows based application which solves specified problem domain .
6) Use of ADO.NET technology for developing database oriented application Understand the professional responsibility.
7) Apply an understanding of the need for high ethical standards in the practice of engineering towards people and the environment.
1) Develop an understanding of the tools used for creating two dimensional (2D) Graphics and animation.
2)Design 2D Graphics, 2D character modeling and animation.
3)Create a CBT presentation.
1)Student will be able to design xml controls, join xml controls with java object, run app on real mobile device, create services, works with 2)different java android classes like LocationManager, SensorManager, SQLiteOpenHelper etc. 3)Students can get job of Android developer or xml-android app UI designer.
1)Student will be able to design xml controls, join xml controls with java object, run app on real mobile device, create services, works with different java android classes like LocationManager, SensorManager,SQLiteOpenHelper etc.Students can get job of Android developer or xml-android app UI designer.
1) Write programs based upon java concepts.
2) Create animation & events based upon advanced java concepts.
3)Connect an application with database.
4)Develop programs using java collection API as well as java Standard Library.
5)Write, debug & document well structured java application.
1) Describe basic concepts and develop programs in C# using object oriented features, delegates, events, errors and exceptions 2) Interpret data access and develop windows applications 3) Explain Common language runtime (CLR) as a platform for managed code 4) Describe the features of Common language runtime (CLR) and develop efficient code with C# on. 5) NET framework Develop windows based applications & services on .NET frame work Describe overview of .NET framework 6) Apply an understanding of the .NET technology and C#.net components to develop a windows based application which solves specified problem domain. 7)Use of ADO.NET technology for developing database oriented applications 8) Understand the professional responsibility Apply an understanding of the need for high ethical standards in the practice of engineering towards people andthe environment.
1) Develop an understanding of the tools used for creating two dimensional (2D)Graphics and animation.
2) Design 2D Graphics, 2D character modeling and animation Create a CBT presentation.

B.Sc. C.S. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1)Aptitude and ability tests are designed to assess your logical reasoning or thinking performance.
1)Identify and use UNIX/Linux utilities to create and manage simple file processing operations, organize directory structures with appropriate security ,develop shell scripts to perform more complex tasks.
1)Develop dynamic web applications. Create final year project.
1) Understand the basics of fundamentals of digital image processing , Understand how computers represent and manipulate images, Understand image arithmetic and convert between different data classes.
1)The purpose of database administration is to provide reliable, consistent, secure, and available corporate-wide data.
1)Identify and use UNIX/Linux utilities to create and manage simple file processing operations, organize directory structures with appropriate security ,develop shell scripts to perform more complex tasks through practicals.
Develop dynamic web applications. Create final year project through practicals.
1)Understand the basics of fundamentals of digital image processing , Understand how computers represent and manipulate images, Understand image arithmetic and convert between different data classes through practicals.
1)Understand the basics of fundamentals of digital image processing , Understand how computers represent and manipulate images, Understand image arithmetic and convert between different data classes through practicals.
1)Students will develop their programming skill through project works.
1)Students will develop their oral presentations skills through seminars.

B.Sc. C.S. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1)Develop an understanding of the compilation process .
2)Describe the notion of DFA’s, NFA’s, regular expressions and context free grammar
3)Understand and Create lexical rules and grammars for a programming language
4)Practical applications of working of phases, regular expressions and context-free grammars.
5)Apply the knowledge primarily obtained by studying structure and context free grammar in the field of designing a compiler for a concise programming language
1)Able to design Web Pages, Writing HTML page with PHP Code, run web page on various browsers, create php classes, works with different phpclasses, perform database connectivity with Mysql
2)Students can get job of PHP Web developer or Web Designer .
1)Critical understanding of the theory of 2D and 3D transformations, projection and viewing .
2)Ability to create graphics designs.
3)Detailed knowledge of the graphics devices.
4)Detailed knowledge clipping and windowing algorithms.
5)Ability to understand, design and implement scene graphs.
6)Practical skills in graphics programming including scene graph.
1)Use the methods of the Applet and Component classes required for a basic applet.
2) Describe the classes in the AWT package that relate to the Applet class.
3)Describe the AWT graphics explain controls and how to apply them in the container.
4)Develop programs using Event class and Event Listener Interface.
5)Develop a program for steps to connect a database.
6)Describe the use of JDBC.
7) Develop program to use JDBC to query a database and modify.
8)Describe life cycle of servlet.
9)Develop program using javax.servlet package.
10) Explain JSP Architecture and its Life cycle
1)Understand advanced networking concepts.
2)Allow the student to gain expertise in some specific areas of networking such as the design and maintenance of individual networks.
3)Understand and building the skills of subnetting and routing mechanisms
1)Understand the compilation process.
2) Describe the notion of DFA’s, NFA’s, regular expressions and context free grammar .
3)Understand and Create lexical rules and grammars for a programming language.
4)Practical applications of working of phases, regular.
expressions and context-free grammars.
1)Student should design Web Pages, Writing HTML page with PHP Code, run web page on various browsers, create php classes, works with different phpclasses, perform database connectivity with Mysql through practicals.
1Ability to create graphics designs. Detailed knowledge of the graphics devices Detailed knowledge clipping and windowing algorithms. Ability to understand, design and implement scene graphs through practicals.
1.Use the methods of the Applet and Component classes required for a basic applet.Describe the classes in the AWT package that relate to the Applet class through practicals.
1.Students will develop their programming skill through project works. Able to solve real life problems

MATHEMATICS

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1.Students can apply induction principle
2.Application of Division Algorithm
3.Application of Elementary linear algebra
1.Students can find LUB,GLB apply the definition of limit and continuity
2. They can handle the problems on Continuity as well as uniform Continuity
3. Application of Mean Value Theorems
1.Students can learn basic matlab commands.
2. Students can plot 2D /3D graphics

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1. They study Geometry of two dimensions .
2. Students can analyze geometry of two dimensions.
1. Students can learn integration through infinite sum.
2. They can solve improper integral of any kind using the known methods.
3. Applications of fundamental theorem of calculus.
4. Solving beta and gamma functions
1. Students can apply Matlab for elementary number theory problem.
2. They are able to write program code in Matlab for matrix algebra

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1. Know the definition of the limit of a sequence, evaluate the limits of a wide class of real sequences
2.Do point wise and Uniform convergence
3.Decide on convergence or divergence of a wide class of series
4. determine whether or not real series are convergent by comparison with standard series or using the Ratio Test
5. understand the concept of Absolute convergence and be familiar with the statements and some proofs of the standard results about Absolute convergence.
1. Categorize group structures.
2. Find quotient group, subgroups of a given group.
3. Analyze group structure from its order.
1. Solve example on convergence and divergence of sequences
2. Handle the problems on pointwise and uniform convergence
3. Discus the convergence of infinite series
1. Solve example on group structure
2. Handle the problems on cyclic groups
3. Discus the isomorphism of two group structures
1. Using loops in R software
2. Sorting and ordering and lists in R software

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1. Obtain general solutions to first-order, second-order, and higher-order homogeneous and non-homogeneous differential equations by manual and technology-based methods.
2. Identify and apply initial and boundary values to find particular solutions 3. Select and apply appropriate methods to solve differential equations.
1. Analyze classes of rings
2. Find quotient structure of quotient ring.
3. Learn Euclidean ring and examples
1. To Solve Examples on general solutions
2. Identify and apply initial and boundary values to find particular solutions
1. Solve examples on rings
2. Find quotient structure of quotient ring
3. Learn Euclidean ring and examples on it
1. Importing of external data in various file formats
2. Handling of data through graphics

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1. Deal with various examples of metric spaces
2. have some familiarity with continuous maps
3. work with compact sets in Euclidean space
1. Find dimension basis of vector space over real numbers
2. Apply Gram Schmidt process to find orthonormal basis
3. Find standard matrix of any linear transformation
1.Deal with various examples of metric spaces
2.Have some familiarity with continuous maps.
3.work with compact sets in Euclidean space
1.Deal with various example on vector spaces, Subspaces and Basis.
2.Handle the problems on Linear Transformation and matrix representation of linear transformation.
3.Discuss the inner product spaces examples and its properties

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1.Understand the significance of differentiability for complex functions and be familiar with the Cauchy-Riemann equations
2.Evaluate integrals along a path in the complex plane and understand the statement of Cauchy's
3.Compute the Taylor and Laurent expansions of simple functions, determining the nature of the singularities and calculating residues
1.Solve examples on Bays Theorem
2.Differentiate continuous and discrete random variable 3.Apply discrete probability distributions.
1.Understand the significance of differentiability for complex functions and be familiar with the Cauchy-Riemann equations
2.Evaluate integrals along a path in the complex plane and understand the statement of Cauchy's Theorem.
3.Compute the Taylor and Laurent expansions of simple functions, determining the nature of the singularities and calculating residues
1.Solve examples on Bays Theorem.
2.Apply discrete/Continuous probability distributions

Post Graduate (Course Outcomes)

M.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1.Students are able to learn Action mapping and fundamental theorems of homomorphism
2.Students able to solve examples on direct product and Syllows theorem
3.Relate abstract algebraic constructs to more familiar number sets and operations and see from where the constructs derive. Identify examples of specific constructs.
1.Analyze any type of sequence or series
2.Check differentiability and find total derivative and directional derivatives
3.Find line integral, surface integral mainly using fubini’s theorem
1.Recognize definition and properties of initial value problems
2.Recognize definition and properties of linear dependence and independence, Wronskian, singular points, regular singular points, Lipschitz constant
3.Apply power series solution method , method of successive approximation
1.Understand how complex numbers provide a satisfying extension of the real numbers
2.Describe and parameterize curves and regions in two-dimensional space
1.Solve examples on Bays Theorem
2.Differentiate continuous and discrete random variable 3.Differentiate continuous and discrete random variable
1.Learn different environment in Tex
2.Learn how to input maths symbol and equation
1.Learn different environment in Tex
2.Learn how to input maths symbol and equation

M.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1. Students are able to learn Action mapping and fundamental theorems of homomorphism
2.Students able to solve examples on direct product and Syllows theorem
3. Relate abstract algebraic constructs to more familiar number sets and operations and see from where the constructs derive. Identify examples of specific constructs.
1.Know and understand the concept of a sigma-algebra and a measure.
2.Know and understand the concept of the Lebesgue measure.
3.Know and understand the concept of almost everywhere prevailing properties.
4.Understand the Radon-Nikodym theorem. 5.Understand the relation between convergence of Lebesgue integrals and pointwise convergence of functions.
6.Know and understand products measures and Fubini's theorem.
1.Find cardinality of any set.
2.Check continuity and apply properties of continuous function.
3.Apply all properties of compactness, connectedness, separation.
1.Classify partial differential equations and transform into canonical form
2.Recognize the linear and non-linear partial differential equations of both first and second order by using elementary methods.
3.Apply specific methodologies, techniques and resources to conduct research and produce innovative results in the area of specialization.
4.Recognize real problems by identifying them appropriately from the perspective of partial derivative equations
1.Work with functions (polynomials, reciprocals, exponential, trigonometric, hyperbolic,etc) of single complex variable and describe mappings in the complex plane.
2.work with multi-valued functions (logarithmic, complex power) and determine branches of these functions.
3. Evaluate a contour integral using parameterization, fundamental theorem of calculus and Cauchy‟s integral formula.
4. Find the Taylor series of a function and determine its circle or annulus of convergence.
5.Compute the residue of a function and use the residue theory to evaluate a contour integral or an integral over the real line.
1.Work with functions (polynomials, reciprocals, exponential, trigonometric, hyperbolic,etc) of single complex variable and describe mappings in the complex plane.
2.work with multi-valued functions (logarithmic, complex power) and determine branches of these functions.
3. Evaluate a contour integral using parameterization, fundamental theorem of calculus and Cauchy‟s integral formula.
4. Find the Taylor series of a function and determine its circle or annulus of convergence.
5.Compute the residue of a function and use the residue theory to evaluate a contour integral or an integral over the real line.
1.Define and formulate linear programming problems and appreciate their limitations.
2. Solve linear programming problems using appropriate techniques and optimization solvers, interpret the results obtained and translate solutions into directives for action.
3. Conduct and interpret post-optimal and sensitivity analysis and explain the primal-dual relationship.
4. Develop mathematical skills to analyse and solve integer programming and network models arising from a wide range of applications
1Apply Chinese Remainder Theorem.
2.Solve Quadratic Congruence’s.
3.Use 𝝋ɸ(n) and Г(n)
1.After completing this course students are able to
2.Create document for paper,book,thesis writing
3.To create beamer file of presentation

M.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER III)

After successful completion of this course students will be Familiarized with the
1. Different useful types of rings
2.Concept of ideals and quotienting
3.Similarities between two rings by means of homomorphism and isomorphisms
4. Integral domain, U.F.D‟s, P.I.D"s and E.D"s
"After successful completion of the course students will able to
1.Work on continuous linear transformation
2. Apply and prove open mapping theorem
3.Apply and prove the spectral theory"
"After successful completion of the course the students are able to
1. Decoding the distance of code
2. Use the theory of finite fields in coding and decoding
3. Find parity check matrix and equivalence of linear codes
4. Use the bounds of different linear codes"
"After successful completion of this course students are able to
1. Calculate fractional derivatives and fractional integrals
2. Do geometric and physical interpretation of fractional integral and fractional differentiations
3. Solve fractional differential equation"
"After successful completion of this course students will be
1.Well understood the mechanics of the system of particles
2. Able to apply Euler Lagrange‟s equation to extremis the functional.
3. Well understood The Kinematics of rigid body motion"
"After successful completion of this course students will able to
1. Diagonalize matrix
2. Do sign integer representation of numbers
3. Discuss the stability of systems"
"After completing this course students are able to solve problems on
1.Basic Real analysis
2. Sequence and series of functions
3. Uniform Convergence"
Completing a project as part of M.Sc is an opportunity to
1.learn to read and interpret other people‟s research critically by doing your own. This gives you an insight into the effects of practical difficulties and theoretical debates on published research
2. Submit a paper for peer-reviewed publication. (If successful, this will give a boost to your c.v.)
3. One can continue his work for further research in M.Phill or Ph.D During this semester students will be allotted Guide for doing their projects and as per students interest the topic is finalized. Guide will ask to do literature survey on the related topic .The corresponding students has to write synopsis of his work and literature survey made during this semester. 40 marks for internal and 60 for semester evaluation

M.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

"After successful completion of this course students will be able to
1. Apply Schoneman-Eisenstein criterion
2. Find degree of extension using tower theorem
3. Apply theory of splitting fields 4. Find Galois group."
"After successful completion of the course Students will able to
1. Solve integral equations 2. Classify the integral equations"
"After Successful completion of this course students will able to
1.Construct a linear code
2. Discuss some special cyclic codes"
"After successful completion of the course students are able to
1.Apply Principal of Superposition
2. Find applications of sturm-Liouville Problem 3. To solve Legendre polynomials" ons"
1.Solve an algebraic or transcendental equation using an appropriate numerical method
2.approximate a function using an appropriate numerical method
3. solve a differential equation using an appropriate numerical method
4. evaluate a derivative at a value using an appropriate numerical method
"After successful completion of this course students are able to
1.Calculation of condition numbers of matrix
2. Finding rank of matrix using SVD
3. Find QR factorization
4. Apply power method and Jacobi method"
"After completion of this course students are able to
1.Solve examples on Riemann integrable functions
2. Solve examples on basics of calculus and analysis"
"Completing a project as part of M.Sc is an opportunity to
1. learn to read and interpret other people‟s research critically by doing your own. This gives you an insight into the effects of practical difficulties and theoretical debates on published research
2.Submit a paper for peer-reviewed publication. (If successful, this will give a boost to your c.v.)
3. One can continue his work for further research in M.Phill or Ph.D During this semester students will be allotted Guide for doing their projects and as per students interest the topic is finalized. Guide will ask to do literature survey on the related topic .The corresponding students has to write synopsis of his work and literature survey made during this semester. 40 marks for internal and 60 for semester evaluation 40 marks =20 marks for attendance as per attendance rule +20 for write up 60marks = 20 Marks for Project +20 Marks if research work communicated to reputed Journal /Conference proceedings +10 marks for ppt presentation of the work +10 marks for Viva/Oral."

Microbiology

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1.Describe the scope and historical developments in microbiology, Characteristics of different types of microorganisms and methods of their classification.
1.Understand and use methods of visualizing microorganisms, controlling growth of microorganisms, isolation of microorganisms from different sources and their maintenance.
1.Appropriately prepare slides for microbiological analysis; Use a light microscope to observe and interpret smears Appropriately use aseptic techniques for the transfer and handling of microorganisms and instruments; Prepare and use appropriate microbiological culture media and test systems; Estimate the number of microbes in a sample using serial dilution and other related techniques; Use standard microbiology laboratory equipments properly.

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER II)

1.Describe ultra structure of bacterial cell, structures, characteristics and importance of viruses, Importance of functional and informational bio molecules.
1. Explain the nutritional requirements and mechanisms of their transportation in the cell, bacterial growth and its count, Response of bacterial growth to different environmental factors and survival mechanisms under unfavourable conditions.
1.Perform isolation and maintenance of bacterial cultures; design experiments to test effect of physicochemical factors on bacterial growth; perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of macromolecules

B.Sc.II Year (SEMESTER III)

1.Students will be able to Describe the importance of existence of microorganisms. Know beneficial and harmful role of microorganisms in air, water, food and waste. Understand and describe various methods of microbiological analysis and microbial control.
1. After completion of this course students will be able to Understand the human microbial interactions Describe the immunological concepts with reference to infection, immunity, immunological reactions and importance of immunization.
1.A student successfully completing Lab course will exhibit ability to Perform qualitative and quantitative microbiological analysis for quality of Air, Water, Milk and food; Perform hematological procedures for detection of blood groups: diagnosis of bacterial diseases. Observe and differentiate human blood cells.
1.A student successfully completing Lab course will exhibit ability to: Perform qualitative and quantitative microbiological analysis for quality of Air, Water, Milk and food; Perform hematological procedures for detection of blood groups: diagnosis of bacterial diseases. Observe and differentiate human blood cells.

B.Sc.II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1.Completing fourth semester, the Microbiology students will be able to Explain why microorganisms are ubiquitous in nature; the influence of interactions among different microorganisms and with environment;and on development of an ecosystem.Demonstrate that microorganisms have an indispensable role in turnover of elements in the environment. Understand and advocate the role of microorganisms in plant growth promotion and plant disease management
1After completion of this course, students will be able to Explain role of microorganisms in causation of diseases. Perform antimicrobial, immunological and diagnostic methodologies
1.A student successfully completing Lab course will exhibit ability to Exercise and describe Ecological developments; isolate and exploit the plant growth promoting bacteria for agricultural and industrial purpose.
1.A student successfully completing Lab course will exhibit ability to identify parasitical and bacterial pathogens diseases using staining procedures, cultural methods and biochemical tests; perform antibiotic sensitivity test

B.Sc.III Year (SEMESTER V)

1.Describe the basic concepts of bacterial mutations, damage of DNA and its repair mechanisms, the genetic exchange, transposition and recombination processes.
1. Describe enzymes- the bio catalysts - with reference to its properties, kinetics, inhibition, regulation Understand and elucidate the bacterial metabolic pathways leading to energy yielding processes.
1.Design and perform experiments to study bacterial mutations, genetic exchange, activities, kinetics and immobilization of enzyme which has got academic and industrial importance.

B.Sc.III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1.Describe the gene and its expression; exploit the highly advanced molecular and gene cloning techniques.
1.Learn different microbial industrial production techniques. Describe the role of microorganisms in production of various secondary metabolites of human benefit by fermentation processes.
1.Design experiments to exhibit gene expression in bacteria; perform highly advanced molecular technique using gel electrophoresis and PCR; design protocols for isolation of industrially important microorganisms and fermentative production, extraction, purification estimation of microbial products.
1.Design experiments to exhibit gene expression in bacteria; perform highly advanced molecular technique using gel electrophoresis and PCR; design protocols for isolation of industrially important microorganisms and fermentative production, extraction, purification estimation of microbial products.

PHYSICS

Under Graduate(Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. Physics I Year (SEMESTER I)

(1) Understand that all objects, irrespective of their mass, experience the same acceleration ‘g’ when falling freely under the influence of gravity at the same point on the Earth
(2) Understand that if gravity is the only force acting on an object, the sum of kinetic energy and gravitational energy is constant.
(3) Explain various forms of potential energy.
(4) Use kinematic equations to describe non-accelerated and accelerated motions of an object.
(5) Apply Newton's laws of motion to solve linear dynamic problems.
(6) Use the work-energy approach to solve dynamic problems involving conservative and non-conservative forces.
(7) Apply rotational analogs of Newton's laws of motion to solve dynamics problems involving rotational motion.
(1) State the nature of heat transfer, transport phenomena in gases, behavior of various gases at different temperatures.
(2) Know the zeroth law, First Law, Second law and Third law.
(3) Define heat, work, efficiency and the difference between various forms of energy.
(4) Explain entropy changes of the thermodynamic system.
(5) Describe energy exchange processes.
(1) Determine acceleration due to gravity of earth.
(2) Determine elastic properties (Young’s modulus and modulus of rigidity) of material.
(3) Determine and know the properties of liquid like Viscosity, Surface tension.
(4) Determine thermal conductivity of bad conductor

B.Sc.Physics I Year (SEMESTER II)

(1) Characterize Semiconductors, Diodes, Transistors and Oscillators,
(2) Specify electronic components,
(3) Identify functions of Digital Multimeter, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope in the measurement of physical variables,
(4) Demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic equipment and devices,
(5) Identify the importance of negative feedback in amplifiers,
(6) Design Sinusoidal oscillators for different frequencies,
(7) Solve electronic devices and systems using mathematical concepts,
(8) Design, construct, and take measurement of various analog circuits to compare experimental results in the laboratory with theoretical analysis.

(1) be able to state Coulomb’s Law and use it to solve for E above a line of charge, a loop of charge, and a circular disk of charge.
(2) Recognize when Gauss’ Law is the appropriate way to solve a problem.
(3) Calculate the torque on a magnetic dipole in a magnetic field.
(4) compare similarities and differences between the Biot-Savart law and Coulomb’s Law.
(5) Use Biot-Savart Law versus Ampere’s Law to calculate B fields,
(5) Determine Ballistic constant by steady deflection method.
(6) Explain the logarithmic decrement for a Ballistic Galvanometer.

(1) Determine the resistance of given metal wire, frequency of ac flowing through it,
(2) Study the characteristics of Zener diode, PN junction diode, CE transistor,
(3) Determine the magnetic field produced along the axis of circular coil,
(4) Estimate the figure of merit (i/d) of B.G.

B.Sc. Physics II Year (SEMESTER III)

(1) Develop an understanding of the working principle of LASERs.
(2) Prepare skill to perform Laser and Optical Fiber experiment.
(3) Applying theoretical knowledge to perform practicals
(1) Explain the phenomenon of Interference, Diffraction, and Polarization,
(2) Interpret wavelength, resolving power, dispersive power, and specific rotation,
(3) Calculate the properties of various lasers and the propagation of laser beams,
(4) Calculate the wavelength of unknown sources,
(5) Determine specific rotation of sugar like solution.
(1) Calculate with vectors and scalars in physics,
(2) Determine the difference between Complex numbers and Real number,
(3) Learn geometrical representation of complex numbers,
(4) Find Fourier Series of periodic function,
(5) Use Laplace transform as tools of Physics,
(6) Differentiate between the types of transducers available.
(1) Prepare skill to perform Laser and Optical Fiber experiment.
(2) Applying theoretical knowledge to perform practicals.
(3) Determine moment of Inertia of a flywheel and metallic rod using Bifilar suspension, Determine resolving power and refractive index of prism, Make adjustments for Newton’s ring on lens and determine the wavelength of Sodiumsource.
(1) Compare capacities of given two condensers by Method of Mixture using SpotGalvanometer,
(2) Determine maximum velocity of electron using Photocell,
(3) Draw the characteristics of LED-LDR, Photodiode, BJT transistor,
(4) find the value of high Resistances by Leakage of a Condenser (Using B.G.).
(5) Estimate the Self Inductance by Maxwell’s Bridge,
(6) Determine Operating Voltage of G. M. tube.

(1) The generation of signal having desired frequency, low frequency and high frequency oscillators and their uses in communication,
(2) Need of frequency stability of signals in various day to day application or use such as electronic communication, Lab equipment’s etc. How frequency stability is achieved with the help of crystal oscillator,
(3) Use of Multivibrators in generation of timing signals used in timing circuits as a timer,
(4) Uses of sweep circuits or time base generators in TV, CRO, ECG. Solving problems on sweep time, fall time, frequency of sweep voltage,
(5) Altogether use of oscillators, Multivibrators and sweep circuits for sine, square and triangular wave signal generation.

B.Sc. Physics II Year (SEMESTER IV)

(1) Demonstrate knowledge and broad understanding of Nuclear Physics,
(2) Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental aspects of the structure of the nucleus, radioactive decay, nuclear reactions and the interaction of radiation and matter,
(3) Discuss fission and fusion process,
(4) Understand of the basic principles of the special theory of relativity.
(1) Assess fluctuations and acoustic processes in nature and technology in various forms,
(2) Analyze the mechanism and the machinery noise levels,
(3) Distinguish between different sounds and noise levels in the environment.
1) Undertake calculations involving processes in radioactive decay and radiation interaction with matter.
2) Understand instrumentation for radiation detection and dosimetry and how these can be used in modern radiation and health sciences.
3) Understand the philosophy of radiation protection with regard to both risks and benefits.
(1) Determine Elastic properties (Y and η) of material by Searle’s Method,
(2) Determine Thermal Conductivity of rubber tube, Resolving Power of grating, Resolving power of Telescope,
(3) Determine speed of Sound by Helmholtz Resonator,
(4) Determine wavelength of LASER by Diffraction Grating.
(1) Draw the characteristics of Phototransistor, Series Resonance in LCR circuit,
(2) Explain of Line and Load Regulation of Zener diode,
(3) Find Current and Voltage Sensitivity of Moving Coil B.G.
(4) Determine h/e using Photo Cell, Planks constant using Solar Cell, Self Inductance byAndersons Bridge.
(5) Explain the working and use of C.R.O.

BSC PHYSIC III Year (SEMESTER V )

(1) have a basic knowledge of crystal systems and spatial symmetries
(2) be able to perform structure determination of simple structures,
(3) know the significance of Brillouin zones,
(4) know Bloch's theorem and what energy bands are,
(5) know the fundamental principles of semiconductors, including pn-junctions, and be able to estimate the charge carrier mobility and density,
(6) be able to account for what the Fermi surface is and how it can be measured.
(1) Handle optical and magnetic equipment’s with ease,
(2) Make use of CRO for measurement of Oscillator parameters,
(3) Determine specific rotation of sugar like solution,
(4) Understand the charge to mass ratio for electron.
(1) Determine refractive indices of prism materials,
(2) make the calibration of given unknown bridge wire,
(3) find the bandgap of semiconductor diode,
(4) Trace out the sine waveforms of the oscillator and calculate its frequency.

B.Sc. PHYSICS III Year (SEMESTER VI)

(1) Describe the latest vector atom model and drawbacks of previous models,
(2) Know and understand the normal and anomalous Zeeman effect, Paschen Back effect and Stark effect as well as Raman Effect basically,
(3) Define and discuss the concepts of microstate and macrostate of a model system,
(4) Define and discuss the Boltzmann distribution and the role of the partition function,
(5) Discuss the concept and role of indistinguishability in the theory of gases; know the results expected from classical considerations and when these should be recovered,
(6) Define the Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein distributions; state where they are applicable.
(1) get knowledge about various number system and codes (Decimal, binary, Oct, Hexa, BCD, GRAY and Ex-3). Inter conversion among number and codes etc.
(2) Able to draw symbol and truth table of logic gate circuits, basic, universal and derived gates (AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, X-OR and X-NOR)
(3) Differentiate between ordinary algebra and Boolean algebra, laws and theorems of Boolean algebra. Some identities of Boolean algebra.
(4) Define and discuss Algebraic and K-map simplification methods. Implementation of Boolean equation.
(5) be able to explain Flip-Flop (RS, JK, T and D) i. e combinational logic circuits adder and subtractors. More about sequential logic circuits i.e. Asynchronous and Synchronous counters (mode- 8). About modulus of a counter. Race around condition etc.
(1) Determine refractive index and viscosity of liquids and thermal conductivity of bad conductors,
(2) Measure thickness of thin slide/ blade/wire,
(3) find the wavelength of given unknown light source,
(4) Estimate the value of constants such as acceleration due to gravity and Plank’s constant.
(1) Explain concepts and terminology of digital electronics,
(2) Application of logic gates to construct half and full adder,
(3) Use De Morgan’s Theorem to simplify Boolean expression.
(4) Construct Basic logic gates using universal logic gates.

ELECTRONICS(Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. Electronics I Year (SEMESTER I)

(1) Have strong basics for network theory,
(2) Analyze and solve electric circuits,
(3) be able to solve complicated networks by application of theorems,
(4) Understand and use the concept of impedance and reactance to analyze simple ac series circuits,
(5) Calculate the impedance, phase angle, power, power factor, voltage and/or current in series RLC circuit,
(6) Draw the relevant phasor diagrams and waveform diagrams of voltage and current, for pure resistance, inductance and capacitance.
(1) After completion of course students are able to select and measure the electronic components like resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, UJT, FET, MOSFET etc.
(2) Students will be able to handle multimeters, CRO and VTVMs and able to make accurate measurements.

(1) Uses of semiconductor devices such as diode, LED, JFET, Zener diode, Photodiode,
(2) Handling and making use of CRO and signal generator for the measurement of frequency, time, amplitude, phase of signal also to differentiate AC and DC with the help of CRO,
(3) Handling the multimeter for various purposes such as for measurement of AC, DC, Resistance, Testing of continuity of circuit and semiconductor devices,
(4) Applying the circuit theorems for the determination of circuit current through resistance and voltage across the same,
(5) Illustrating the idea of resonance in electric circuits.

B.Sc.Electronics I Year (SEMESTER II)


(1) After completion of this course student will be able to construct the necessary power supplies of different ratings,
(2) Students will be able to construct and use transformers,
(3) Students will be able to explain usefulness of wave filter and their uses in electronic circuitry.

1) Draw AC-DC load line and evaluate different parameters of amplifier,
(2) Explore use of biasing circuits in various applications,
(3) Solve the problems on small signal amplifiers,
(4) Draw the h parameter equivalent circuits for the transistor configurations CE, CB, CC,
(5) Compare CC, CE and CB with respect to Ri, Ro, Ai, Av,
(6) Compare the four negative feedback topologies,
(7) Represent numerical values in various number systems and perform binary arithmetic and number conversions between different number systems,
(8) Measure the bandwidth of an amplifier from a graph of voltage gain against frequency.

(1) Full process of rectification, Difference between AC and DC,
(2) Is the rectification is sufficient for the conversion of AC and DC?,
(3) Further they know rectification is not only sufficient for the perfect conversion of AC to DC the conversion but also voltage regulation and filtering is must for obtaining DC from AC and stabilizing with the help of transistor series regulator,
(4) The working of transistor in three different regions (Cut off, Saturation and active),
(5) How transistor is used for amplification of weak signals.

B.Sc. Electronics II Year ( Semester-III)

(1) Learn the different characteristics, Construction and working of DIAC, TRIAC, UJT, SCR, LASCR etc, which are the required components of the power electronic devices.
(2) Be able to know the power requirements of different voltage and current ratings using series and parallel combinations of thyristors easily available in market.
(3) Be able to explain the phase control of thyristors using different triggering methods like RC triggering, UJT triggering to reach different power requirements.
1) Develop detailed knowledge about few Domestic Electric Appliances.
2)Enhance maintenance skill of Domestic Electric Appliances.

(1) More details of handling CRO and function generators,
(2) High frequency (L, C) and low frequency (RC) oscillators. Calculation of period, frequency and output voltage of generated signal,
(3) The different types of Multivibrators, calculations of gate width and frequency of generated square waves. Different waveforms at different terminals and ON and OFF states the transistors (Both using transistor and IC 555),
(4) The generation of ramp waveforms,
(5) Measurement of Vo, Ts and Fs with simple ramp and UJT circuits,
(6) More about the Schmitt Trigger circuit without regenerative feedback, how it generates timing pulses (Square waves).
(1) Characteristics of power electronic semiconductor devices such as UJT, SCR, DIAC, TRIAC. Also know the difference between low power and high power semiconductor devices.
(2) How SCR is fired with the help of UJT relaxation oscillators.
(3) Know the different types of triggering of SCR using resistor and RC circuits.
(4)In power circuits how rectification is achieved and how it can be controlled (phase and hence power).

BSC. Electronics II Year (SEMESTER IV)

(1) To represent numerical values in various binary codes and perform code conversions between different number systems,
(2) have a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics,
(3) understand the basic logic gates and various variable reduction techniques of digital logic circuits,
(4) Perform binary arithmetic and reduce Boolean expression by using K-map,
(5) Have skill to build and troubleshoot digital circuits,
(6) Conduct experiments using digital IC’s for a given application/problem statement.
(1) Students are made familiar with different applications of Thyristors like temperature control, illumination control, light activated turn-Off at dark water level indicator, battery charger, SCR alarms, Timers etc,
(2) Students learnt resistance welding control and its applications,
(3) Students studied the different types of choppers and inverters. They are also made familiar about high frequency dielectric and induction heating.
4) Experimental skill about preparation of Printed circuit boards.
5) Skill enhancement related to Soldering of electronic components on PCBs.
(1) Digital electronics, all basic gates (AND, OR, NOT) which perform basic mathematical operation such as addition, multiplication and complementation, also verified its truth table,
(2) Student also built and verified truth table of basic gates obtained from universal gates (NAND and NOR),
(3) Student have also verified truth tables of basic gates using PN junction diodes,
(4) To Construct X-OR and X-NOR gates using only NAND gates.
(5) After verification of truth tables of all types of gates student must know the digital signal levels .i.e. 0 V and 1 V ( 0 V = low and 1V = high).
(1)Circuits were assembled by students, readings were tabulated and results were predicted.

B.Sc. Electronics III Year (SEMESTER V)

(1) Show an understanding of wave mechanics;
(2) know the concept of operators in quantum mechanics;
(3) Perform calculations on wavefunctions, and solve the Schrödinger equation for simple potential problems;
(4) Apply Schrodinger’s equation in Hydrogen atom;
(5) Describe the structure of the hydrogen atom and show an understanding of quantization of angular momentum.

B.Sc.ELECTRONICS III Year (SEMESTER VI)

(1) Have the ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
(2) Understand operation of basic types of flip-flops, registers, counters, decoders, encoders, multiplexers, and de-multiplexers.
(3) Conduct experiments using digital IC’s for a given application/problem statement.
(4) Have skill to build and troubleshoot digital circuits.
(1) Students learnt pulse modulation as PAM, PWM and PPM methods.
(2) After completion of this course Students learnt the radiation and propagation of waves. They are also made familiar about RADAR systems.
(3) Students studied the modern digital satellite communication.
(1) Students will be able to design the circuits, inputs are given to the circuits and results are tabulated.
(1)Students will be able to assemble circuits, tabulate observations and predict the results and necessary graphs will be drawn.

Post Graduate(Course Outcomes)

M.Sc. Physics I Year (SEMESTER I)

(1) Develop an understanding of the role of computation as a tool in real-world problem-solving.
(2) Know how computation is used to solve the most common mathematical problems frequently arising in engineering, science and technology.
(3) Be prepared to apply their knowledge of numerical techniques in their further study of advanced topics in mathematics as well as science and engineering.
(4) Learn how to translate a variety of complex mathematical problems in traditional and emerging chemical engineering fields into numerical problems and how to tune numerical algorithms for effective and efficient solution.
(1) Define basic mechanical concepts related to discrete and continuous mechanical systems
(2) Describe the vibrations of discrete and continuous mechanical systems, motion of a mechanical system using Lagrangian-Hamilton formalism.
(3) Demonstrate a basic knowledge of Calculus of Variations,
(4) apply the principles of statistical mechanics to selected problems,
(5) Define and discuss the concepts of microstate and macrostate of a model system,
the Boltzmann distribution and the role of the partition function,
(6) Define the Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein distributions; state their applicability,
(7) apply the Fermi-Dirac distribution to the calculation of thermal properties of electrons in metals,
(1) Understand the basic principles of quantum mechanics;
(2) Solve the Schrodinger equation to obtain wave functions for some basic, physically important potential, and estimate the shape of the wave function based on the shape of the potential,
(3) Understand the role of uncertainty in quantum physics, and use the commutation relations of operators to determine whether or not two physical properties can be simultaneously measured.
(4) develop a knowledge and understanding of perturbation theory and level splitting,
(1) Be able to analyze characteristics of semiconductor junctions.
(2) Be able to appreciate the role of semiconductor devices in various applications.
(3) Analyze parameters of Op-amp and its applications.
(4) Design and explain analog to digital conversion operations and vice versa.
(5) Be able to use Op-amp as analog to digital and digital to analog converter.
(1) Collect, analyze, and explain data from physics experiments.
(2) Comment on basic concepts and principles of geometrical optics, polarization, interference, and diffraction.
(3) Describe basic optical phenomena and their applications.
(4) Solve the matrix problem by using MATLAB.
(5) Determine the direction of force on a moving charge or an electric current using the right-hand rule.
(6) Prove that conventional electric current is carried by negatively charged particles.
(7) Calculate the strength of a magnetic field from Hall Voltage measurements.
(8) Determine the crystal structure from XRD pattern.

(1) Write simple programmes in assembly language,
(2) Find frequency of Astable Multivibrator,
(3) Describe the operating characteristics of an Astable Multivibrator,
(4) identify the terminals and function of each of Unijunction transistor (UJT),
(5) Describe the operating characteristics of an Optocoupler.

M.Sc. Physics I Year (SEMESTER II)

(1) To account for crystalline materials using diffraction with concepts like the Ewald
sphere, form factor, structure factor, reciprocal lattice, Brillouin zones and scattering amplitude, etc.
(2) To determine structure of crystalline materials,
(3) To estimate the charge carrier mobility and density in semiconductors,
(4) To outline the importance of magnetic materials and superconductors in the present era.

(1) Discuss the energy levels of the hydrogen atom and their effect on optical spectra,
(2) State and explain the properties of two valence electron atoms and importance of the Pauli Exclusion Principle,
(3) Explain the observed dependence of atomic spectral lines on externally applied electric and magnetic fields,
(4) Discuss the importance of molecular physics,
(5) Describe the difference between a singlet and triplet state,
(6) State and justify the selection rules for various spectroscopic terms.

(1) Explain how electromagnetic waves arise from Maxwell’s equations,
(2) Understand the relationship between the direction of propagation, and the directions of the electric and magnetic field.
(3) Explain fundamental concepts in optics, including: amplitude, wavelength, frequency, phase, intensity, power, and refractive index.
(4) Forecast the outcome of simple experiments that manipulate the polarization of the electromagnetic field.
(5) Predict the behavior of common interferometers: Michelson, Fabry-Perot, MachZehnder, and Sagnac.

(1) Electronic communication system, need of modulation. Various types of modulation (AM, FM and PM) and demodulation,
(2) How radio signal which contains information is received with the help of radio receivers.
(3) Generation (transmission and receptions) of AM and FM information signal, such as class C, Varactor diode, TRF, Superhet, balanced slope, detection for FM, etc.
(4) How the electronic communication is done (achieved) with satellite, cellular radio, networking, FSK, FAX, machine, function of transceiver (transponder).

(1) Explore different types of programming including ODE solving and finding solution of Quadratic equation,
(2) Define refractive index, critical angle and total internal reflection,
(3) Learn magnetic properties of materials,
(4) Create Email address and send massage over Email,
(5) Calculate grating pitch by using grating equation.


(1) Handle carefully optical components and instruments.
(2) Design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data.
(3) Operate logic gates such as AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR.
(4) Operate flip-flops such as T, R-S, J-K and D etc.

M.Sc. Physics II Year (SEMESTER III)

(1) absorption, spontaneous and stimulated emission in two level system, effects of homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadening, and conditions for laser amplification,
(2) operations of the Fabry-Perot cavity including mode separation and line-widths, laser gain conditions, gain clamping in both homogeneous and inhomogeneous line broadened media,
(3) The four-level laser system, the simple homogeneous laser and its output behaviour and optimal operating conditions,
(4) Spectral properties of a single longitudinal mode, mode locked laser operation, schemes for active and passive mode locking in real laser system,
(5) Operations and basic properties of the most common laser types, He-Ne, Argon-ion, and carbon-dioxide, ruby, Nd:YAG and glass, knowledge of other main laser types.

1) Handle different types of thin film deposition techniques,
2) explain the effect of various parameters on thin film growth,
3) Characterize thin films for the electrical, optical and structural properties,
4) Explain the fundamental principles of nanotechnology including importance of reduction in materials dimensionality, and their applications.

1) Explain how analog signals are converted into digital signals;
2) Identify, explain and handle different types of vacuum systems;
3)Classify the Optical sources and detectors and to discuss their principle;
4) Identify and understand the principle components of microscope.

(1) Accurately measure refractive index of given liquids,
(2) Handle the spray pyrolysis machine carefully and take deposition,
(3) Measure the characteristics of photo electrochemical solar cell and hence determine efficiency and fill factor,
(4) Estimate the band gap of given semiconductor in thin film form.

M.Sc. Physics II Year (SEMESTER IV)

(1) Analyze fiber optics and optical detectors components associated with fiber optics systems,
(2) Distinguish internal reflection, acceptance angle, numerical aperture and skew rays,
(3) Identify difference between Coherent and non-coherent sources, quantum efficiency, modulation capability of optical sources,
(4) Explain bending losses, modal dispersion, waveguide dispersion and pulse broadening,
(5) Apply the skills necessary to solve practical and design problems for fiber optic communication systems.

(1) Recognize applications of laser in industry,
(2) Impart basic knowledge related to lasers in chemistry and medicine,
(3) Communicate the concepts and results on biological effects of electromagnetic radiation,
(4) Understand that making a hologram requires the recording of interference patterns between light from a fixed point source and light from each point on an object,
(5) Provide an insight into applications of laser in defense.

(1) Understand the general principles of light propagation and basic physical concepts of material responses to optical fields,
(2) Characterize the performance of optical fibers based on understanding and mathematical description of their principle of operation,
(3) Understand characteristics and evaluate the performance of photo detecting devices,
(4) Describe the technical and physical fundamentals of various optical sensors,
(5) Gain the knowledge about current status and future trends in development of photonic devices.

(1) Professionally apply systematic engineering methods to address complex, multidisciplinary real-world engineering problems related to photonic and optoelectronic systems.
(2) Proficiently apply advanced, integrated technical knowledge in photonics and network management function.
(3) Identify and critically evaluate current developments and emerging trends within the photonics sector.
(4) Understand design of various photonics components,
(5) Develop a knowledge and understanding of signal formats and detectors used in photonics.

(1) Study various non-conventional sources of energy and its applicationsin remote areas of the country.
(2)Understand the working criteria of various direct energy conversion systems and study itsapplications.
(3) Understand the importance of non-conventional energy resources for the present energy scenario.
(4) Understand and pursue further research work behind the development of nonconventional energy sources as a part of their research work.
(5) Understand other direct energy conversion systems like fuel cells.

(1) Utilize the four probe set up for measurement of electrical resistivity of semiconductor.
(2) Handle the G.M. counter.
(3) Handle the spray pyrolysis machine carefully and take deposition
(4) Measure the numerical aperture of given optical fiber.
(5) Gain the knowledge of the electrical to optical and optical to electrical characteristics of given optical fiber.
(6) Develop knowledge and understanding bending losses in optical fiber.

Zoology and Fishery

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

BSC.I Year(SEMESTER I)

1)Learner can differentiate the invertebrates and Vertebrates.
2)Learner can classify an invertebrates and Vertebrates.
3)Learner can compare invertebrates with Vertebrates with different basic characters.
1)Learner would acquire insight of transport mechanisms for maintenance and composition of cell.
2)Learner would able to find out chemical composition of cell and its organelles.
3)Learner would acquire skill of different instruments for research analysis.
1)Learners would understand the taxonomy of different animals.
2)Learners would be able to identify microscopic organism by Staining techniques.
3)Learners would be able to understand process of cell division by Squash preparation.
4) Learners would analyze the biomolecules by chromatography techniques.

BSC.I Year (SEMESTER II)

1)Learner will be able to understand and compare the different pre- embryonic stages.
2)Learner will be able to appreciate the functional aspects of extra embryonic membranes and classify the different types of placenta..
3)Learner will be able to understand causes of infertility and importance of stem cells.
1)Learner will be able to understand and compare the different key concepts of Histology and Histochemistry.
2)Learner will be able to understand structural aspect of different organs.
3)Learner will be able use various histochemical techniques for analysis of different biochemical’s like Proteins, carbohydrates, Lipids. and Nucleic acid.
1)Learners would understand the life history of frog.
2)Learners would be able to identify permanent slides of chick embryo.
3)Learners would be able to understand process of cell division by Squash preparation.
4)Learners would able to prepared permanent slides of different tissues.

BSC.II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)Learners would understand the different physiological process of animals.
2)Learners would be able to correlate the habit and habitat with nutritional, excretory and osmoregulatory structures.
3)Learners would be able describe the concepts and different types of immunity.
1) Understand and apply the principles of inheritance.
2) Understand the concept of multiple alleles, linkage and crossing over.
3) Learner able to introduce the concept of sex determination and its types, sex.
4)Influenced and sex limited genes.
5)Learners would understand mechanisms of sex determination.
6)Learners would be able to correlate the disorders linked to a particular sex chromosome.
1)Learners would be able to understand complete blood count, blood grouping, blood films, differential count.
2)Learners would be able to understand blood collection sample collection techniques.
3)Learners would be able to understand techniques of blood content separation like serum plasma etc.
4)Learners would be able to understand blood techniques bleeding time and clotting time.
5)Learners would be able to understand amount of normal haemoglobin and abnormality in Haemoglobin.
1)Learners would understand the different physiological process of animals .
2)Learners would be able to understand functional status of organ.
3)Learners would be able to understand complete blood count, blood grouping, blood films, differential count.
4)Learners would understand the respiratory status of animals.
1)Learner will be able to do the problems based Mendel’s laws. 2)Understand and apply the concept of multiple alleles, linkage and crossing over. 3)Learner able to do the problems based on sex linked inheritance and blood groups etc. 4)Learners would understand mechanisms of sex determination. 5)Learners would be able to understand the Human pedigree analysis and symbols.

BSC.II Year(SEMISTER IV)

1)The learner will realize the importance of biomolecules and their clinical significance.
2)Able to demonstrate an understanding of fundamental biochemical principles, such as the structure/function of biomolecules, metabolic pathways, and the regulation of biological/biochemical processes.
1)Students will able to use biological tools for research.
2)Learner will able to describe the importance of Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering.
3) Learner will able to use vectors in cloning techniques and rDNA technology
1)Learners would understand the processes of squash preparartion.of soft tissues.
2)Learners would understand processes of smear preparation liquid tissues.
3)Learners would understand processes of Microtomy for the preparation of permanent slides.
1)Learners would understand the qualitative and quantitative analytical skill of biomolecule.
2)Learners would understand skills of titrometric ,colorimetric ,Iodometric analysis of biomolecule.
1)Learners will able to understand the blotting technique.
2)Learner will be able to use the agarose gel electrophoresis for DNA molecular size determination and will be able to estimate the DNA and RNA.
3)Learner will able to understand the vectors in cloning techniques and rDNA technology.

BSC.III Year (SEMESTER V)

1)After completing this course the student should have gained a basic understanding of how populations function, how communities are structured, and be aware of the central role that evolution plays in biology.
1)Students will be able to know the knowledge of Sericulture, Apiculture, lac culture Poultry techniques and can correlate it with employability.
2)Learner would get skill of Sericulture, Apiculture , lac culture Poultry techniques which help in developing entrepreneurship.
1)Comprehend and fundamental concept of animal cell culture and its importance.
2)Discuss the significance of Transgenesis with reference to animal models.
3)Explain the principles and application of animal cell cloning and gene therapy along with ethical concerns.
1)Learners would understand the analysis of chemical parameter.
2)Learners would understand various energy resources.
1)Learners would understand the skills of mulberry cultivation and cutting.
2)Learners would understand Preservation of silkworm eggs.
3)Learners would understand the skills necessary for collection and preservation eggs and insect .
1)Learners would understand the techniques of packing and sterilization of glass and plastic wares.
2)Learners would understand skills of media preparation, cell, embryo fibroblast ,lymphocytes culture etc.

BSC.III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1)Learners would gain an insight into different types of animal behaviour and their role in biological adaptations.
2) Learners would be sensitized to the feelings instrumental in social behavior.
3) The students will be able to describe the contents and properties of the most important bioinformatics databases, perform text- and sequence-based searches, and analyze and discuss the results in light of molecular biological knowledge.
1) Students will be able to know the knowledge of aquaculture and can correlate it with filling of food gap.
2) Learner would get skill of aquarium keeping and aquaculture which help in developing entrepreneurship.
1)Learners would understand the hybridoma technology.
2)Learners would understand the techniques of organ culture.
3)Learners would understand skills of somatic embryogenesis and hybridization.
1)Learners would understand the different animal behavior.
2)Learners would understand the techniques of analysis and presentation of data.
3)Learners would understand skills of BLAST and FASTA.
1)Students will be able estimate the different water parameters from Do to BOD.
2)Learner would get skill of fish farm design, Hatchery.Learner would get the information of biological parameters of water and ability to analyze.
1)Learners would understand the cryopreservation tecrners would understand of lymphocyte and cancer cell line culture.
2)Learners would understand skills of culture and characterization stem cell.

Under Graduate (Course Outcomes)

B.Sc. I Year (SEMESTER I)

1)  Develop an understanding of the role of taxonomy in identification of fishes.
2)  On completion of the course the student should have obtained valuable skills in fish taxonomy and ecology including adaptive features of fishes.
3) Identifies, describes and evaluates the scientific importance of fish taxonomy.
4)  Identifies, describes common species available in and around their region using morphological keys.
5) Identifies, describes and evaluates policies for monitoring and conserving the marine environment.
6) Identifies, describes and evaluates the social and economic importance of marine ecosystems.
7) identify the adaptations of special adaptive features of fishes.
1) Develop an understanding of the role of anatomy and physiology in study of fishes.
2)On completion of the course the student should have obtained valuable skills in fish anatomy and physiology including regulatory mechanisms.
3) Recalls aspects of the internal body organization using relevant conventions, terminology.
4)Students will capable to differentiate morphological features of various species of fishes.
1) Develop an understanding of the role of taxonomy in identification of fishes.
2)  Identifies, describes and evaluates the scientific importance of fish taxonomy & morphology
3)  Identifies, describes common species available in and around their region using morphological keys. .
4)  Identifies, describes and evaluates fish scales
5)  Identifies, describes and evaluates the social and economic importance of marine ecosystems.
6)  identify the adaptations of special adaptive features of fishes

B.Sc.I Year (SEMESTER II)

1)  Develop an understanding of different Breeding Techniques and modern method.
2) recalls aspects of the riverine environment using relevant conventions, terminology and symbols
3)  Demonstrates safe and responsible use of a range of materials use in hatchery management in different aquaculture system.
4)  Demonstrates safe and responsible use of pituitary injection.
5)  Students are enabling to design different hatchery models.
6)Enables students to understand behavior of spawn in relation to hydro biological characters.
1)  identifies and describes a range of marine ecosystems and investigates their complex interrelationships
2)  identifies, describes and evaluates the social and economic importance of brackish and marine water fish culture
3)  Enables student to understand about different fishery activity in marine water.
4) Selects and uses a broad range of contemporary materials, equipment and techniques with confidence in aquaculture and marine settings.
5) Explains why aquaculture provides an economically sustainable source of food.
6) Students learn to culture different non fish organisms and plants.
1)  identifies and describes a range of marine ecosystems and investigates their complex interrelationships
2) identifies, describes and evaluates the social and economic importance of brackish and marine water fish culture
3)  Enables student to understand about structure and construction of Dry or seasonal bundh and Wet or perennial bundh.
4)  Selects and uses a broad range of contemporary materials, equipment and techniques with confidence in aquaculture and marine settings.
5)  Explains Study of principle and working of Hatcheries viz. Glass jar hatchery,Bin hatchery,Modern carp hatchery,Hatching hapa,Chinese hatchery

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER III)

1)  It emphasizes the importance of site selection for aqua farm.
2)  It gives an idea about important points to be remember before prepare aqua farm project.
3)It describe the important points to be considered to select a suitable site for aqua farm,how these factors influences in reducing cost of construction trouble free culture, easy maintenance for ponds and other related structures.
4) How the accessibility of the site condition, physical feature of the land and water source influences in reducing the cost of construction.
5) Site condition, topography and other factors influences in preparing layout of fish farm, planning and designing of the ponds.
6)It also briefly describe about classification of ponds based on various factors like construction and source of water and their merits and demerits.
1)  Students enable to understand of gamete maturation and release of eggs and sperms
2) Students enable to understand Methods of fishing and fishing gear along with the operation of fishing gear
3) Have a greater understanding of external and internal morphology
4) Have greater insight into how growth is regulated in fishes.
1)  It emphasizes the importance of site selection for aqua farm Lay out design and construction of different types of ponds.
2)  Site condition, topography and other factors influences in preparing layout of fish farm, planning and designing of the ponds.
3) The students will understand to Estimate of carbon dioxide in water sample .
4)  The students will understand to Estimate chloride in water sample
5)  The students will understand to operate water analysis kit.
6)  The students will understand to different fish diseases and treatments in actual field.
1) Students enable to understand sexual dimorphism
2)  Students enable to understand of gamete maturation and release of eggs and sperms
3)  Students enable to understand Methods of fishing and fishing gear along with the operation of fishing gear
4)  Have a greater understanding of Preparation of permanent histological slides.
5) Students enable to understand structure and building of Crafts – Catamaran, Masula boat, Dugout canoes.
6)  Students enable to understand Determination of fish age by scale method

B.Sc. II Year (SEMESTER IV)

1) Have an increased understanding of Principles of Fish Genetics and Biotechnology.
2)  Have an increased understanding of Chromosomal engineering.
3)  Have greater insight into how genes transfer from one generation to other.
4) Understand what is the mechanisms of Production of Monosex super male and female by hormonal and six reversal technique.
5)  Have an increased understanding of fish biodiversity and its importance
6  Have an increased understanding of various fishing act.
1)  The course deals with different aspects of fish nutrition and feed technology.
2)  The fish requires different types of nutrients for its growth, health and maintenance.
3)  The various nutrients required by fish and shellfish include proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
4)  The course also deals with the nutritional requirement of cultivable fish and shellfish. The nutritional requirement of fish is dependent on the various factors like type of fish species /size/age/metabolic state etc.
5)  Overview of nutritional requirements by different fish and shellfish species are presented.
6)  The course also deals with the fish feed formulation and manufacturing of various forms of feeds and their description and use have been presented.
1)  Student enables Identify and describe the aquarium accessories with their use and maintains
2)  Student enables to set aquarium
3)  Student enables to manage the home as well as commercial aquariums
4)  Students will learn Maintenance of an aquarium, Decorations of aquarium
5)  Students will learn Breeding of Aquarium Fishes
6)  Students will learn Cultivation of some common live food
7) Students will be self sustainable after graduation in the field of Aquarium keeping
1)  Students enable to understand sexual dimorphism
2)  Students enable to understand of gamete maturation and release of eggs and sperms
3)  Students enable to understand Methods of fishing and fishing gear along with the operation of fishing gear
4)  Have a greater understanding of Preparation of permanent histological slides.
5)  Students enable to understand structure and building of Crafts – Catamaran, Masula boat, Dugout canoes.
6) Students enable to understand Determination of fish age by scale method

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER V)

1)Gain a heightened understanding of the various microbiological diseases caused by various groups of microorganisms.
2)  Have an increased understanding of Innate and adaptive immunity in teleost fish
3)  Have an increased understanding of Changes during fish spoilage – Rigor mortis.
1)  Have an increased understanding of Principles of Fish Genetics and Biotechnology.
2)  Have an increased understanding of Chromosomal engineering.
3)  Have greater insight into how genes transfer from one generation to other.
4)  Understand what is the mechanisms of Production of Monosex super male and female by hormonal and six reversal technique.
5)  Have an increased understanding of fish biodiversity and its importance
6)  Have an increased understanding of various fishing act.
1)  Students enable to understand the various microbiological diseases caused by various groups of microorganisms.
2) Students enable to understand Staining techniques viz- monochrome staining and gram staining.
3) Students enable to Isolate of microorganisms from water.
4) Students enable to Inhibit and destruct microorganisms by heat.
5) Students enable to understand Titration of plaque-forming Bacteriophage
6) Students enable to understand Blood analysis of fishes and Treatment of fishes by using different methods
1)  Students enable to understand erythrocyte measurements for polyploidy evaluation.
2)  Students enable to understand Cryopreservation techniques.
3)  Students enable to Determine of hybrids in different fishes.
4)  Students enable to understand the concept of Androgenesis and Gynogenesis so as they can produce broiler fishes.
5) Students enable to understand endangered fishes of India. And world hence will be sure step up to conserve it

B.Sc. III Year (SEMESTER VI)

1)  Students enable to understand The farm: technical components in a system
2)  Students enable to understand Land-based hatchery and juvenile production farms and their structure.
3)  Students enable to understand Instrumentation and Monitoring.
4)  Students enable to understand to handle Instruments for measuring physical conditions
5)  Students enable to understand hydraulics and Water Transport system.
6)  Students enable to understand design and construct water re -circulatory systems in and around the aquaculture farms.
1)  Students enable to understand Economic Terminology
2)  Students enable to understand Demand and Supply of Fish
3) Students enable to understand Elasticity of Demand.
4)  Students enable to understand marketing channels and intermediaries involved.
5)  Students enable to understand Nature of fisheries extension
6) Students enable to understand Collection and organization of data, Construction of frequency tables and the criteria governing formulations of good table.
1)  Students enable to understand Evaluation of potential site for aquaculture.
2)  Students enable to determine the Pace Value & the distance between two given points
3)  Students enable to find the bearing of different objects and to convert WCB to RB.
4)  Students enable to understand To measure and plot the distances of various field objects by radial method
5)  Students enable to analyze Soil for farm construction.
6)  Students enable to understand the Calculation of the Flow Rate for a Given Pipe Diameter, Pressure, & Length.
7)  Students enable to Estimate the horse power and selection of ideal pumps.
8) Students enable to understand various aqua cultural accessories
1)  Students enable to understand and evaluate Economics of pond culture and riverine fisheries.
2)  Students enable to understand Field level data collection, tabulation, analysis and Report writing.
3)  Students enable to understand Study of organizational structure and their role in fisheries.
4)  Students enable to understand socio-economic conditions of fishermen of local market and villages.
5)  Students enable to understand Preparation of Radio talks even they able to deliver radio lecture.
6)  Develop the skills of to take Interview of fish farmers.
7)  Students enable to understand statistical calculation viz.mean ,mode,median and also can be expert in Graphical representation of given data.

Computer Technology

Under Graduate(Course Outcomes)

B VOC I YEAR (SEMESTER I)

1)Students will be aware of listening and speaking skills and the related sub-skills.
2) They can focus a lot on listening style to be the better speaker of English language
3) Students can realize the proper style of English for oral communication and can use words and sentences with proper accent and intonation.
4) Students will speak English by using proper sentence structures "
1) Analyze the data and represent it graphically
2) Calculate the mean, mode, median and deviation of given data 3) Analyze correlation and regression of data.
1)Understand basic concepts and terminology of information technology.
2) Have a basic understanding of computers and their operations.
3) Identify issues related to basic parts.
4) Understand number systems used in computers. "
1) Student should write Algorithm to solve given problem
2) Drawing flowchart to solve given problem
3) Able to convert algorithm to flowchart
4) Write program to solve any problem through C Program
5) Writing Logical Program to prepare complex output
1) Work with the basic features of Word like creating, editing, formatting and printing document.
2) Able to work effectively with the page layout of document.
3) Use the Mail Merge Wizard to perform mail merges.
4) Work with a Spreadsheet, Charts, Perform basic Calculations
5) Create effective presentations, Apply Designs to Enhance the looks of the
Presentation , Print a Presentation
6) Design a simple database with related tables. "
1) Identify and specify file formats and image resolution for print and web
2) Gain proficiency using the selection tools (wand, marquee, lasso, quick selection)
3) Demonstrate proficiency with layers (naming, organizing sets, styles, adjustment layers)
4) Edit using retouching tools (healing brush, clone tool, patch tool)
5) Open and save images in Camera Raw
6) Use sharpening techniques (Unsharp Mask, sharpen tool, luminosity and Smart Sharpen)
7) Use and control the adjustments and filters to improve images "
"1) Work with the basic features of Word like creating, editing, formatting and printing document.
2) Able to work effectively with the page layout of document.
3) Use the Mail Merge Wizard to perform mail merges."
1)Student should write Algorithm to solve given problem
2) Drawing flowchart to solve given problem
3) Able to convert algorithm to flowchart
4) Write program to solve any problem through C Program
5) Writing Logical Program to prepare complex output "
"1)Identify and specify file formats and image resolution for print and web
2) Gain proficiency using the selection tools (wand, marquee, lasso, quick selection)
3) Demonstrate proficiency with layers (naming, organizing sets, styles, adjustment layers)
4) Edit using retouching tools (healing brush, clone tool, patch tool)
5) Open and save images in Camera Raw
6) Use sharpening techniques (Unsharp Mask, sharpen tool, luminosity and Smart Sharpen) 7) Use and control the adjustments and filters to improve images "

B VOC I YEAR (SEMESTER II)

1)Students will be aware of listening and speaking skills and the related sub-skills.
2) They can focus a lot on listening style to be the better speaker of English language
3) Students can realize the proper style of English for oral communication and can use words and sentences with proper accent and intonation.
4) Students will speak English by using proper sentence structures .
1) After successful completion of the course students will be able to:
2) Explain core concepts about natural resources and associated problems,
3) Appreciate the environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems. Understand the environmental problems and ways of addressing them.
4) Comply with their organization’s current health, safety and security policies and procedures, Report any identified breaches to the designated person, Identify and correct any hazards that they can deal with safely, competently and within the limits of their authority.
1) Use the language of set theory.
2) Use basic Linear Algebra to solve problems.
3) Use basic counting techniques."
1) Design basic programming structures to implement functionality in line with requirements defined in BRS/URS, SRS and HLD.
2) Establish and agree with appropriate people the data/information they need to provide, the formats in which they need to provide it, and when they need to provide it, Obtain the data/information from reliable sources, Check that the data/information is accurate, complete and up-to-date."
"1) Check their understanding of the BRS/URS, SRS, and HLD withappropriate people,
2) Review their designs with appropriatepeople, Analyse inputs from appropriate people toidentify, resolve and record designs defects and inform future designs,
3) Document their designs using standardtemplates and tools, Comply with their organization’s policies,procedures and guidelines whencontributing to the design of softwareproducts and applications,
4) Obtain advice and guidance fromappropriate people to develop theirknowledge, skills and competence, Identify accurately the knowledge and skillsthey need for their job role, Identify accurately their current level ofknowledge, skills and competence and anylearning and development needs, Agree with appropriate people a plan oflearning and development activities toaddress their learning needs. "
"1) Access reusable components, media andgraphical packages and tools from theirorganization’s knowledge base,
2) Convert requirements into media contentand graphic designs, leveraging reusablecomponents where available,
3) Review media content and graphic designswith appropriate people and analyze theirfeedback, Record any defects and corrective actionstaken to inform future work, Rework media content and graphicdesigns, incorporating feedback, Submit media content timely and graphicdesigns for approval by appropriate people."
1) Design basic programming structures to implement functionality in line with requirements defined in BRS/URS, SRS and HLD.
2) Establish and agree with appropriate people the data/information they need to provide, the formats in which they need to provide it, and when they need to provide it, Obtain the data/information from reliable sources, Check that the data/information is accurate, complete and up-to-date."
"1) Access reusable components, media andgraphical packages and tools from theirorganization’s knowledge base,
2) Convert requirements into media contentand graphic designs, leveraging reusablecomponents where available,
3) Review media content and graphic designswith appropriate people and analyze theirfeedback, Record any defects and corrective actionstaken to inform future work,"

Food Technology

B VOC I Year (SEMESTER I)

1) Students will learn the principles and methods involved in the processing of foods.
2) Development of skills in the perishable and Non-perishable food processing.
3) Students will learn about novel techniques and its application in food processing
1) Students will learn the principles and methods involved in the processing of foods.
2) Development of skills in the perishable and Non-perishable food processing.
3) Students will learn about novel techniques and its application in food processing
1) Students will learn about different processes used in dairy industry
2) Students will learn applications of different methods of food processing in dairy product development.
3) Development of skill about chemical and microbiological analysis of dairy products
1) Students will be able to analyze the data and represent it graphically
2) Calculate the mean, mode, median and deviation of given data
3) Analyze correlation and regression of data
1) Students will be aware of listening and speaking skills and the related sub-skills. They can focus a lot on listening style to be the better speaker of English language
2) Students can realize the proper style of English for oral communication and can use words and sentences with proper accent and intonation.
3) Students will speak English by using proper sentence structures
1) Students should be able to understand basic concepts and terminology of information technology.
2) Students should be able to have a basic understanding of computers and their operations.

NCC (Course Outcomes)

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. I

1)" Knowledge about introduction, aims, organisation and general information about NCC.
2)Acquire knowledge about basic aspects of drill and words of command.
3)Acquire knowledge basic information of the human body, maintenance of health, hygiene, sanitation, diseases and an elementary knowledge of First-Aid and Nursing.
"

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. I

1)"Provides practical knowledge of drill and words of command.
2)Provides practical knowledge of First-Aid and Nursing.
"

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. I

1)"The Cadets get knowledge of various Social activities. 2)Develops the qualities of comradeship, courage, character, discipline, secular outlook, spirit of adventure, sportsmanship among the youth Acquire basic knowledge about Map reading techniques.
"

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. I

1)"Develops sense of discipline, improve bearing, smartness, and the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders. The student will get practical knowledge of field signals, section and platoon formation, and art of using ground and the available weapon as a military training elementary aspect.
2)The student will get the knowledge about fire fighting measures.
"

B.A./B.Sc/B.Com. II

1)Develops sense of discipline, improve bearing, smartness, and the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders.\ The student will get knowledge of field signals, section and platoon formation, and art of using ground and the available weapon as a military training elementary aspect.
2)The student get the knowledge about fire fighting measures.
"

B.A./B.Sc/B.Com. II

1)Develops sense of discipline, improve bearing, smartness, and the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders. The student will get practical knowledge of field signals, section and platoon formation, and art of using ground and the available weapon as a military training elementary aspect.
2)The student will get the knowledge about fire fighting measures.

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. II

1) Basic understanding of environment conservation in general and waste management, energy conservation, pollution control and wildlife conservation in particular.
2) Understanding of social service and its needs, knowledge about rural development programs civil responsibilities and contribution of youth towards social development.
3)Training on a standard weapon training.

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. II

1)Develops the quality of immediate and implicit obedience of orders. 2)Acquaints with drill with arm 3)Provides prctical knowledge about Disaster Management 4)Practical training on a standard weapon training. "

B.Com. III

1)Understand the important aspects of drill including ceremonial drill, drill with arms and words of command. Basic knowledge about rifle and firing.
2)Students are acquented with emphasis on self-awareness, life/ soft skills, time management and character building.

B.A./B.Sc/B.Com. III

1)Acquire practical training of ceremonial drill and drill with arms, get practical information of self defence and knowledge about latest traind in communication.

B.A./B.Sc/B.Com. III

1)Develops practical knowledge about social service and ecology awareness through field work. Understand skill of writing project work report.

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. III

1)Understand various positions in arm drill get knowledge about ecology conservation. Aquire knowledge about obstical.
2)It helps to the students who aspire for armforce services,civil services etc. as the course contents are the major part of the core curriculum of these courses.

B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. III

1)Get the understanding of research methodology and develops sense of research to get the solution of ecology problem.