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    Bachelor of Arts

    FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE

    Total Fees :3795

    Duration of Course :3 year / 6 Semester

    Download File :FY_BA_Syllabus.pdf

    SEMISTER-I

    (a) Course structure:

    (i) One Compulsory Paper in English

    (ii) One Paper in a Language (Hindi/Marathi/Konkani)

    (iii) One paper in each of the three subjects selected from the Major category.

    (iv) One Paper in Foundation Course.

    (v) One Compulsory paper in Information Technology.

    (vi) One Compulsory paper in Environmental Studies.

    Note:- Following combinations are offered for major category subjects.

    1) Economics / Konkani

    2) Sociology / Geography / Hindi

    3) History / Marathi

    (b) Instructional Periods: Each paper in (i) to (v) above (total seven paper) shall have five instructional periods per week. The paper on Information Technology shall have five instructional periods of Theory per week and twenty hours o f practical per Semester. The paper on Environmental Studies shall have two instructional periods per week. Subjects other than Informational periods for the Theory component and three instructional periods for the Practical component per week.

    (c) Maximum Marks: The seven papers under (i) to (v) above shall carry 100 marks each. The compulsory paper on environmental studies shall carry 50 marks.

    Note:

    Notwithstanding the selection of subjects at the Semester - I, at the time of admission, the Principal may permit a student of Semester – I (B.A.) in his/her college to change one OR more subjects taken by the student within a period of fifteen days from the reopening of the college.

    Semester-II

    (a) Course Structure:

    (i) One Compulsory Paper in English.

    (ii) One Paper in a language (Hindi/Marathi/Konkani)

    (iii) One Paper in each of the three subjects selected from the Major category offered in Semester-I

    (iv) One Paper in Foundation Course,

    (v) One Compulsory paper in Information Technology,

    (vi) One Compulsory paper in Environmental Studies.

    (b) Instructional Periods: Each paper in (i) to (v) above (total seven paper) shall have five instructional periods per week. The paper on Information Technology shall have five instructional periods of Theory per week and twenty hours of Practical component also shall have three instructional periods for the Theory component and three instructional periods for the Practical component per week.

    (c) Maximum Marks: The Seven papers under (i0 to(v) above shall carry 100 marks each. The compulsory paper on Environmental Studies shall carry 50 marks.

    Students should note that:

    1. The Optional Language and the Elective Language (Major Group) chosen by the students have to be the same.

    2. Students opting for any combination in major Subjects have to continue with the same for S.Y.B.A. and from that combination should choose two subjects carrying THREE papers each (i.e. 3 units) as offered by the college at the T.Y.B.A.

    LIST OF SUBJECTS / TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / FOUNDATION / OPTIONAL ALLIED SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER – I

    Geography

    Introduction to Man’s Physical world

    Introduction to Cartography

    Resource Geography of Goa

    Environmental studies – I

    Sociology

    Invitation to Sociology

         

    History

    History of Goa (Pre Historic Times to 1987)-I

    History of India struggle for freedom – I

       

    Economics

    Micro Economics (Paper I)

         

    Marathi

    Short Story as a form of Literature

    Marathi Literary Essays, Essay Writing, Gender, Singular & Plural Number

       

    Hindi

    Kavya, Katha, Vyakaran, Avm Rachana – I

    Sahitya setu – I

       

    Konkani

    Short as a Literary Form (Part I)

    Functional Konkani & Essays (Part I)

       

    TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / FOUNDATION / ALLIED SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER – II

    Geography

    Geography of Cultural Environment

    Practicals in Human Geography

    Economic Development of Goa

    Environmental studies – II

    Sociology

    Sociology Social Institutions and Processes

         

    History

    History of Goa (Pre Historic Times to 1987)-II

    History of India struggle for freedom – II

       

    Economics

    Micro Economics (Paper II)

         

    Marathi

    Marathi drama, Syntax, Ward formations, Writing application letters

    Modern Marathi Poetry, Comprehension & Prese Writing

       

    Hindi

    Kavya, Katha, Vyakaran, Avm Anuvad

    Sahitya setu – II

       

    Konkani

    Short Story as a Literary Form (Part II)

    Functional Konkani & Essays (Part II)

       

    SECOND YEAR BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE

    Total Fees :1975

    Duration of Course :3 year / 6 Semester

    Download File :SY_BA_Syllabus.pdf

    SEMESTER-III

    (a) Course Structure

    (i) Compulsory Paper English

    (ii) One paper in each of the same three Major Subjects as offered in Senester I & II.

    (iii)One paper in a subject allied to any one of the Major Subjects in (ii) above. The college is offering the following allied subjects: Hindi / Marathi / Konkani / History, Sociology

    (iv)Any one paper in foundation course

    (v)One paper on: Population Studies (in Semester III) AND Self-Development (in Semester IV)

    (b) Instructional periods per week: Each paper I to V above (total seven papers) shall have five instructional periods per week. Subjects having Practical Component also, shall have 3 instructional periods for the theory component and 3 instructional periods for the practical component per week.

    (c) Maximum Marks: The 7 papers under (i) to(v) above shall carry 100 marks each.

    SEMESTER-IV

    (a) Course Structure

    (i) Compulsory paper English

    (ii) One paper in each of the same three Major Subjects as offered in Semester I & II.

    (iii) One paper in a subject allied to any one of the Major Subjects in (ii) above. The college is offering the following allied subjects: Hindi / Marathi / Konkani / History,

    (iv) Any one paper in foundation course

    (v) One paper on: Population Studies (in Semester III) AND Self-Development (in Semester IV)

    (b) instructional periods per week: Each paper I to V above (total seven papers) shall have five instructional periods per week. Subjects having Practical Component also, shall have 3 instructional periods for the practical component per week.

    (c) Maximum Marks: The papers under (i) to (v) above shall carry 100 marks each.

    TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / FOUNDATION / ALLIED SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER - III

    Geography

    Geography of Natural Resource Development

    Practical’s in Cartographic Techniques

    Principles Ecology

    Tourism Geography

    Sociology

    Social institutions in India

    Crime and Society    

    History

    History of India (From Earliest Times to1526) - III

    History of Ecology & Environment : Goa – I

    History of Ecology & Environment : Goa - I

     

    Economics

    Macro Economics (Paper III)

    Population Studies

       

    Marathi

    Novel as a form of Literature & communication skills

    Art of Reading

       

    Hindi

    Kavya, Katha, Sahitya, Anuvad, Avm Vyakaran

    Mediums of Mass Communications: Print Media

       

    Konkani

    Commercial Konkani Theatre (Part I)

    Poetry as a literary form

       

    TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / FOUNDATION / ALLIED SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER - IV

    Geography

    Geography of Secondary & Tertiary Activities

    Practical’s in Cartographic Techniques

    Spatial System in Ecology

    Tourism Geography

    Sociology

    Social Change in India

    Social Welfare & Legislations    

    History

    History of India(From Earliest Times to1526)-IV

    History of human civilizations – II

    History of Ecology & Environment : Goa – II

     

    Economics

    Macro Economics (Paper IV)

    Self Development

       

    Marathi

    Poetry & Official Letter Writing

    Joy of reading

       

    Hindi

    Kavya, Nibhandh, Avm Anuvad

    Mediums of Mass Communications: Electronic Media

       

    Konkani

    Commercial Konkani Theatre (Part II)

    One act as a literary form

       

    THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE

    Total Fees :1485

    Duration of Course :3 year / 6 Semester

    Download File :TY_BA_Syllabus.pdf

    SEMESTER – V

    T.Y.B.A. Major Category Group (any two subjects from opted in S.Y.B.A.)

    1. Economics / Konkani

    2. Sociology / Geography / Hindi

    3. History / Marathi

    Project work in chosen area

    NOTE:

    1.Introduction of any subject depends on the availability of minimum number of students offering the subject prescribed by the University.

    SEMESTER – VI

    TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER V

    Geography

    Principles of Geomorphology

    Geography of India

    Map Analysis and Interpretation

    Project

    Sociology

    History of Sociology – I

    Social concerns in contemporary India – I Women and Society in India – I  

    History

    History of Mugals

    History of Indian National Movement (upto 1905)

    World Revolutions

     

    Economics

    Contemporary Indian Economy I

    International Trade & Finance

    Public Finance – I  

    Marathi

    History of Marathi Literature from Beginning to 1650

    Politics

    Writing skills for Media  

    Hindi

    Hindi Sahitya : Aadikal Avm Bhaktikal

    Aadhunik Hindi Kavya

    Anuvad Avm Patralekhan  

    Konkani

    Functional Konkani – Part I

    Novel as a Literary Form – Part I

    History of Konkani Language & Literature – Part I  

    TITLES / PAPERS IN MAJOR / SUBJECTS IN SEMESTER VI

    Geography

    Climatology and Oceanigraphy

    Regional Development of India

    Remote Sensing and GIS

    Project

    Sociology

    History of Sociology – I

    Social concerns in contemporary India – I Women and Society in India – I  

    History

    History of Sociology – II

    Social concerns in contemporary India – II

    Women and Society in India – II

     

    Economics

    Contemporary Indian Economy II

    International Trade & Finance II

    Public Finance – I  

    Marathi

    History of Marathi Literature from 1651 to 1818

    Rasa’: Theory & Literary Criticism

    Writing skills for Media  

    Hindi

    Hindi Sahitya : Ritikal

    Aadhunik Hindi Gaddya

    Nibandh Avm Janasanchar Maddhyam Lekhan  

    Konkani

    Functional Konkani – Part II

    Novel as a Literary Form – Part II

    History of Konkani Language & Literature – Part II  

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