Under Graduate Programes

Program Duration Eligibility
 

BA

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

At present, the Department of English offers Bachelor of Arts (General), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Masters of Arts and opportunities for further doctoral research. The range of teaching and research includes History of British and Non-British Literature, Literary Criticism & Literary Theory, Diasporic Literature, Third World Literature, Modern British and Non-British Literature, Indian Writing in English, Indian Writing in Translations. All genres of English Literature such as Poetry, Drama, Novel, Short Story etc are covering in all courses.

As English has become an International Language and especially the need of the hour to survive, it introduces the students to use of it in their routine life in general and also makes them aware about the prominent literary figures of all over the world and their literary canons. By reading literature, the students get acknowledgement of their social, political, economic, cultural life as literature is the criticism of life. Even the courses also improve the communication skills of the students which can further make them enable to get success in their personal as well as professional life.

With these considerations in mind, we have made exposure to both the broad sweep and variety, and the focused engagement with specific topics. All the information is provided through the Lecture Theory, Power Point Presentations, Literature Based Drama.

By engaging them in critical readings of primary texts, both in discussions and in written assignments, we push even students in our introductory classes to develop their research skills.  All our courses, in particular, require student engagement with sources and significant writing.  These skills are further expanded in our upper-level classes.  Our seminar courses, in particular, offer students the further opportunities to polish their ability for both written and verbal argument, and to produce more sophisticated analytical papers.

With the study of English literature, students can go into the field of teaching – middle or high schools, colleges and Universities after completing their eligibility for the concerned post.  Apart from the teaching field, there are many different paths one can choose like Writer, Poet, Content Writer, Critic, Theorist, Translator etc.

Program Duration Eligibility
BJMC 3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) is an undergraduate degree course in Journalism and Mass Communication. With the rapid growth of Media industry in India, the demand of digitisation and print media is increasing day by day. This increasing growth of Media sector has created a lot of opportunities for the graduates with BJMC.

BJMC Course is a course providing studentshand on knowledge and skills to get themselves into Media and coping up with Digital world. After the successful completion of BJMC, a student will be able to choose from numerous career options in various fields like Public Relations, Radio Jockey, Video Jockey, Editors, Reporters, Teaching, etc

Providing hands on experience in writing for press, working for press and exploring media opportunities. Students are made to learn using recent technologies like power point presentations, with equipped labs and practical field exposure.

Program Duration Eligibility
 

BA (Hons)-English

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

At present, the Department of English offers Bachelor of Arts (General), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Masters of Arts and opportunities for further doctoral research. The range of teaching and research includes History of British and Non-British Literature, Literary Criticism & Literary Theory, Diasporic Literature, Third World Literature, Modern British and Non-British Literature, Indian Writing in English, Indian Writing in Translations. All genres of English Literature such as Poetry, Drama, Novel, Short Story etc are covering in all courses.

As English has become an International Language and especially the need of the hour to survive, it introduces the students to use of it in their routine life in general and also makes them aware about the prominent literary figures of all over the world and their literary canons. By reading literature, the students get acknowledgement of their social, political, economic, cultural life as literature is the criticism of life. Even the courses also improve the communication skills of the students which can further make them enable to get success in their personal as well as professional life.

With these considerations in mind, we have made exposure to both the broad sweep and variety, and the focused engagement with specific topics. All the information is provided through the Lecture Theory, Power Point Presentations, Literature Based Drama.

By engaging them in critical readings of primary texts, both in discussions and in written assignments, we push even students in our introductory classes to develop their research skills.  All our courses, in particular, require student engagement with sources and significant writing.  These skills are further expanded in our upper-level classes.  Our seminar courses, in particular, offer students the further opportunities to polish their ability for both written and verbal argument, and to produce more sophisticated analytical papers.

With the study of English literature, students can go into the field of teaching – middle or high schools, colleges and Universities after completing their eligibility for the concerned post.  Apart from the teaching field, there are many different paths one can choose like Writer, Poet, Content Writer, Critic, Theorist, Translator etc.

Program Duration Eligibility
BA (Hons)-History

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

VISION:The History Department seeks to build its students’ transferable skills, employability and intellectual curiosity, along with raising public awareness about the past and its legacies, through teaching, research and service activities conducted locally, statewide, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

 

MISSION:The History Department prepares students for a wide range of careers by teaching a core set of transferable skills through the study of societies, cultures, and economies across a broad chronological and geographical spectrum.

 

CORE VALUES:The History Department values a skilled, critically aware and informed citizenry; an honest academic and public engagement with the past, its meanings, and its consequences for today; and the promotion and support of history and social studies education at K through 12, undergraduate, and graduate levels for students of all ages and of all backgrounds.

 

COURSE Overview:  Programme Name:     History

 

Currently the Department of History offers B.A. and M.A., M. Phil and opportunities for doctoral research. The range of teaching and research includes Ancient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary Indian History, History of China and Japan, History of Europe, History of England, World History, and Indian National Movement has been offered as one the special course in B.A. level courses.

Program Duration Eligibility
BA (Hons)-Sociology

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

VISION: Sociology is the scientific study of DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY
Sociology is the scientific study of society, patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture of everyday life. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, acceptance, and change or social evolution. Many sociologists aim to conduct research that may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, while others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes. Sociology studies the relationships between people and institutions and looks at how these relationships affect our decision-making and our everyday lives.

MISSION:You will analyze human social behavior and learn to understand social events and how they impact our societies.

CORE VALUES:Other sociologists have proposed a common core of American values, including accomplishment, material success, problem‐solving, reliance on science and technology, democracy, patriotism, charity, freedom, equality and justice, individualism, responsibility, and accountability
PROGRAMME NAME:SOCIOLOGY
1.You will learn to think critically, logically and constructively about complex social issues.The Department offers teaching and research programs for Undergraduate, M.A. and Ph.D. levels. At the Master’s level a wide spectrum of courses spread over a period of four semesters are offered in order to equip the students to pursue specialization in areas of their interest. Course curriculum has both academic as well as societal relevance and incorporates contemporary debates.
(a) Graduate Program: is intended for students who are interested in pursuing graduate-level work in Sociology.
(b) Post-graduate Program: Leading to the degree of M.A. Sociology(is intended for students who are interested in pursuing post graduate-level work in Sociology)
(Preferably from professors of sociology or related social science fields who are familiar with the work and research experiences)
society, patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture of everyday life. It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, acceptance, and change or social evolution. Many sociologists aim to conduct research that may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, while others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes. Sociology studies the relationships between people and institutions and looks at how these relationships affect our decision-making and our everyday lives.

MISSION:You will analyze human social behavior and learn to understand social events and how they impact our societies.

CORE VALUES:Other sociologists have proposed a common core of American values, including accomplishment, material success, problem‐solving, reliance on science and technology, democracy, patriotism, charity, freedom, equality and justice, individualism, responsibility, and accountability.

PROGRAMME NAME:SOCIOLOGY

  1. You will learn to think critically, logically and constructively about complex social issues.The Department offers teaching and research programs for Undergraduate, M.A. and Ph.D. levels. At the Master’s level a wide spectrum of courses spread over a period of four semesters are offered in order to equip the students to pursue specialization in areas of their interest. Course curriculum has both academic as well as societal relevance and incorporates contemporary debates.
  2. Graduate Program: is intended for students who are interested in pursuing graduate-level work in Sociology.
  3. Post-graduate Program: Leading to the degree of Sociology(is intended for students who are interested in pursuing post graduate-level work in Sociology)

(Preferably from professors of sociology or related social science fields who are familiar with the work and research experiences)

Program Duration Eligibility
BA (Hons)-Punjabi

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

VISION: To develop excellent proficiency in Punjabi language.

Mission: To develop the ability to use the language effectively for the purpose of practical communication and to make them think and express ideas, sentiments in the language.

1.To improve their reading and writing skill

2.To strengthen student’s ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate all forms of literary expression

Core values: Believe It Can Be Done. Language Training Lounge believes that anyone and everyone can learn to speak Punjabi or develop and improve their current Punjabi abilities.

2: Attention to Detail. Attention to details can make or break Punjabi language curriculum.

3: Integrity & Honesty.

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Languages are the essence of communication and it is the need of the hour to be well equipped to be able to be at par with the multinational and international players. It is the need of the moment to be able to break the language barrier and be able to facilitate a smooth conversation in order to let proper business connections flow.

Program Duration Eligibility
BA (Hons)-Political Science

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

Vision:Political Science encompass diverse concerns of society and include a wide a range of content, drawn from various disciplines. Therefore, Political Science teaching is revitalized towards helping the learner to acquire knowledge and skills in an interactive environment. For this purpose following techniques/tools are adopted-

 

Mission: the purpose of this course is to provide students with a good understanding of key concepts for and approaches to the study of global politics. A complimentary purpose is to introduce the students to the thematic focus and structure of the programme as a whole

Core values:The analyses reveal that partisan identities are more stable than the principles of equal opportunity, limited government, traditional family values, and moral tolerance; party identification constrains equal opportunity, limited government, and moral tolerance; and these political values do not constrain party.

Program Duration Eligibility
BA (Hons)-Economics

 

3 years 45% in Arts, Commerce or Non-Medical Background

 

Vision: The department will accomplish its vision and mission through the organizational culture and values by achieving the following objectives: “Outstanding Economics, International Business, and Business Analysis programs” is achieved when: … A minor and major in Business Analysis is approved.

Mission: Mission Statement for the Department of Economics. The primary mission of the economics program is to offer educational opportunities to students in order to prepare them to become accomplished citizens and professionals capable of critical thinking and independent analysis

Core values: Respect, tolerance and concern shall govern all relationships, as well as mutual acceptance of responsibility and loyalty to the core values, mission and goals of the University. Rationality, quality and commitment permeate the activities of our University

Post Graduate Programes

Program Duration Eligibility
MA-(Punajbi) 2 years 45% in Bachelors (Punjabi is mandatory as a subject)

 

 

VISION: To develop excellent proficiency in Punjabi language.

Mission: To develop the ability to use the language effectively for the purpose of practical communication and to make them think and express ideas, sentiments in the language.

1.To improve their reading and writing skill

2.To strengthen student’s ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate all forms of literary expression

Core values: Believe It Can Be Done. Language Training Lounge believes that anyone and everyone can learn to speak Punjabi or develop and improve their current Punjabi abilities.

2: Attention to Detail. Attention to details can make or break Punjabi language curriculum.

3: Integrity & Honesty.

0verview

Languages are the essence of communication and it is the need of the hour to be well equipped to be able to be at par with the multinational and international players. It is the need of the moment to be able to break the language barrier and be able to facilitate a smooth conversation in order to let proper business connections flow.

Program Duration Eligibility
 

MA-(Political Science)

 

2 years 45% in Bachelors (Political Science mandatory as a subject)

 

Vision:Political Science encompass diverse concerns of society and include a wide a range of content, drawn from various disciplines. Therefore, Political Science teaching is revitalized towards helping the learner to acquire knowledge and skills in an interactive environment. For this purpose following techniques/tools are adopted-

 

Mission: the purpose of this course is to provide students with a good understanding of key concepts for and approaches to the study of global politics. A complimentary purpose is to introduce the students to the thematic focus and structure of the programme as a whole

Core values:The analyses reveal that partisan identities are more stable than the principles of equal opportunity, limited government, traditional family values, and moral tolerance; party identification constrains equal opportunity, limited government, and moral tolerance; and these political values do not constrain party.

Political Science is the systematic study of government, politics and political behaviour. It studies how a society governs itself at all levels and various ideas about how it should be governed in the future. As a Political Science student you will study how political conflict is organized and resolved in the real world. You will look at how rulers are chosen, governmental decisions are taken and how decision-making processes are organized. You’ll learn how governments design and implement their laws and policies.

Ph.D.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Students have the options of pursuing careers in various specializations such as fields in Psychology, Literature, Media and much more. These are the requirements for Public Relation officers and event managers in different business firms. The school includes many job opportunities in entertainment industry such as anchors, editors, writers and many more. With a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and other courses offered under the school, there are many different types of career opportunities that can be pursued further. Students can become an entrepreneur and start their business in various specializations such as Print Journalism, Online Journalism and much more. The students can further go for civil service Examinations, teaching and various other fields related to academia and Industry.

Pedagogy

The school of Humanities and Physical Education holds the following Pedagogy

  • Practical Based and Student Centric Teaching
  • Group Discussions
  • Case Studies
  • Live Assignments and Projects
  • Industrial visits for Students
  • Professional Collaborations