B.A Humanities

About The Program

The B.A. (Humanities) Program is a 3-year campus-based program offered to impart in depth knowledge and a broad understanding of the subject. The program focuses on various areas of social science and liberal arts and hones the necessary skills required for the students to go ahead in their professional lives beyond the University.

    • Three years (six Semesters).
    • Pass in Class XII (or equivalent), in any discipline with aggregate 45% and above marks with English as one of the subjects.
    • To create centre of excellence in the fields of Economics, Psychology, Political Science, English and other liberal arts through outcome and value-based education, training & research.
    • To develop an academic entity that is at the forefront of research and training in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
    • To facilitate academic progress of students by encouraging them to actively participate in internship, conferences, seminars, workshops.
    • The mission of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is to develop and maintain academic curriculum and co-curricular activities that help students acquire a broad-based knowledge in their chosen field of study.
    • To enable the students should acquire the intellectual, communication skills and develop characteristics that encourage personal fulfilment, meaningful professional life and responsible citizenship.
    • The curriculum is mostly contemporary and innovatively designed and developed in association with academicians and professional experts. The program is divided into six semesters consisting of 36 courses to be covered in six semesters spread over three years.
    B.A. (Humanities) Program Structure
    Year I Semester - I Semester - II
    • English language-I
    • Introduction to Political Science
    • Introduction to Sociology-I
    • Ancient History -I
    • Indian Government & Politics
    • Introduction to Computers
    • English language-II
    • Principles of Politics
    • Concepts of Sociology-II
    • Ancient History- II
    • Environmental Science
    • Introduction to Cultural Studies
    Year II Semester - III Semester - IV
    • English literature-I
    • Western Political Thought
    • Sociological Thought-I
    • Medieval History
    • Introduction to Gender Studies
    • Media Literacy
    • English literature-II
    • Indian Political Thought & Study of Constitution
    • Sociological Thought-II
    • Colonial History
    • Theoretical Concepts of Gender Studies
    • Soft skills
    Year III Semester - V Semester - VI
    • English Literature-III
    • International Political Organizations
    • Rural and Urban Sociology
    • Modern Indian History-I
    • Research Methodology
    • Concepts of Cultural Studies
    • English Literature-IV
    • Comparative Politics
    • Indian Sociological thought
    • Modern Indian History II
    • Academic Writing
    • Social Development in India
    The program structure is subject to change (if required)

    Discipline Specific Electives & Skill enhancement & Ability Enhancement Subjects

    First Semester
    • Indian Government and Politics
    • Introduction on to Computers
    Second Semester
    • Introduction to Cultural Studies
    • Environmental Sciences
    Third Semester
    • Introduction to Gender Studies
    • Media Literacy
    Fourth Semester
    • Theoretical Concepts of Gender Studies
    • Soti Skills
    Fifth Semester
    • Concepts of Cultural Studies
    • Research Methodology
    Sixth Semester
    • Social Development In India
    • Academic Writing