Program Outcome & Course Outcome

Department of English
B.A. English Literature
Program Outcome Developing intellectual, personal, professional abilities through effective communicative skills; ensuring high standard of behavioral attitude through literary subjects and shaping the students to be socially responsible citizens.
Program Specific Outcome
  • • Develop an understanding of major and minor forms of literature; literary theories, terms and concepts in criticism.
  • • Develop language learning skills- listening, speaking, reading and writing.
  • • Develop verbal and non-verbal skills of communication.
  • • Eligible to pursue courses such as B.Ed, M.A., M.S.W. etc.
  • • Eligible to get jobs in industries, schools and government offices; social media manger, editors and content manager, journalism, social worker, writer, etc.
Course Outcomes
Courses Outcome
History of English Literature
  • • To familiarize the students with the different trends and movement of English literature which will help them in the proper understanding of the texts prescribed.
  • • To enable students to develop critical sense.
Program Specific Outcome
  • • To introduce the learners to English poets and poetry from Elizabethan to the Augustans by exposing them to the variety of forms and themes.
English Poetry from the Elizabethan to the Augustan Age
  • • To familiarize the students with the different trends and movement of English literature which will help them in the proper understanding of the texts prescribed.
  • • To enable students to develop critical sense.
Reading Drama
  • • To ensure a firm command in English Literature skills
  • • To ensure adequate knowledge of social, historical, and cultural background of the plays.
  • • To enable the students to relate the study of the texts to a wider cultural context.
Reading Fiction and Non-Fiction
  • • To familiarize novel as a dominant genre in the 18th, late 19th century and with new experiments in modern times.
  • • To facilitate an in-depth study of some representative literary texts of the period.
  • • To acquaint students with social, historical and cultural ramifications of the period under study and to enable the students to relate the study of the texts to those wider cultural contexts.
  • • To acquaint the students with emergence of the essay as an art form in the 17th century and its growth in the romantic period.
Poetry from the Romantic to the Modern age
  • • To give the students a general order of acquaintance of English Poetic tradition from the Age of Romanticism to the Modern Age.
  • • To make them appreciate the characteristics of Romantic, Victorian poetry and Modern Poetry
Literary Criticism
  • • To acquaint the students with the running critical tradition in Anglo-American criticism
  • • To enable students to apply the critical canons to appreciation of literary texts.
Indian Writing in English
  • • To introduce the learner to the rich tradition of Indian writing in English in different ages.
  • • To acquaint them with the various influence in different ages of Indian Writing in English.
Linguistics
  • • To acquaint the students with the basic knowledge of linguistics.
  • • To acquaint the students with the goals and scope of linguistics, socio-linguistics, phonetics, morphology and syntax.
Department of Political Science
B.A. Political Science
Program Outcome The Political Science B.A. program was born out of recognition of the increasing significance of cross disciplinary studies in the social science. The Political science degrees furnish the students with a unique multi-disciplinary approach in the social science and prepare them for future academic study and/or for careers in the public and the private sector.
Program Specific Outcome
  • • Knowledge about Political system of the nation
  • • Study of national and international political affairs
  • • Helpful from competitive examination point of view.
  • • Understanding the government mechanism, its functions, duties and responsibilities.
  • • Eligible to get jobs in industries, schools and government offices; public relations specialist, political consultant, policy analyst, civil services, survey researcher etc.
Course Outcomes
Courses Outcome
Political Thought I
  • • This paper studies the classical tradition in political theory with a view to understand how the great thinkers explained and analyzed political events and problems of their times and prescribed solutions.
Dynamics of Indian Political System
  • • This course intends to familiarize the students further with some dimensions of the working of Indian Political system.
Indian Foreign Policy
  • • This course intends to acquaint the students with the Foreign Policy of India in its contemporary perspective
  • • The course envisages acquainting the students with the discipline to enable them to understand and analyze the role of public administration in achieving good governance.
Political Thought II
  • • The course is designed to introduce the students to the contribution of the main traditions of Indian Political Thinking to Political Thought.
Contemporary International Relations
  • • This course intends to acquaint the students with the contemporary issues in international relations.
Government and Politics in Arunachal Pradesh
  • • The principal objective of this course id to enable the students to understand the political dynamics of the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
Department of Sociology
B.A in Sociology
Program Outcome The students acquire knowledge in the field of social sciences, literature and humanities which makes them sensible and sensitive member of the society.
Program Specific Outcome
  • • Acquaintance with social transactions, social relations, social formations, social control, and social values.
  • • Knowing the importance of social institution, caste system, religion, nationalism, integrity. Equality and justice.
  • • Ability to follow new stream of thought s and theories of social thinkers.
  • • Getting in-depth knowledge about various social groups like tribal community, women group etc.
  • • Eligible to get jobs in industries, schools and government offices; guidance counselor, human resource representative, media planner, Social Worker
Course Outcomes
Courses Outcome
Rural Sociology
  • • Rural communities being established structures of social organization around which the individual in Indian society establishes his social relations, the under-graduate students are expected to have specific understanding of the rural community in sociological perspectives. Further, in the context of growing significance of development, various rural development programs, local self-government and the visible changes in rural sector, the undergraduate students are expected to have a basic knowledge of rural community through this paper
Urban Sociology\Social Change
  • • The objective of this paper is to sensitize the students to understand urban dimensions of society, its social structure and social process and to appreciate and diagnose emerging urban issues in India.
  • • This paper highlights the various aspects relating to social change in India in terms of theoretical and empirical perspectives.
Tribal society in India
  • • This paper will help understand the various aspects of tribal society in relation to its structure and change. Students will also be oriented to the knowledge of some emerging issues in tribal society like socio-economic movements, gender disparity and approaches to tribal development.
Sociology of North-East India
  • • The purpose of the paper is to expose the students to the value issues related to North-East region. It is expected that the paper will provide the students basic idea related to different socio-economic institutions of this region.
Sociology of Development
  • • The main objective of this paper is to make the students understand the concept of development in sociological perspective and to appreciate development as an integrated process.
Contemporary Sociological Theory
  • • The aim of this paper is to familiarize students with the contemporary sociological thinkers who contribute their critical understanding and give their new dimensions look at sociological reality.
Sociology of Health
  • • The aim of this paper is to provide the basic knowledge to students on the concept of health and its different aspects. It critically analyzes various sociological dimensions of health in contemporary society. Further it focuses on different health policies and programs initiated by government for the elimination of health constraints from our society.
Department of History
B.A. in History
Program Outcome
  • • The study involves not only knowledge about historical events but also an understanding of the causes and processes involved in the growth and development of culture overtime, an appreciation of and respect for many varieties of historical experience across cultures.
  • • A major in history helps them to become thoughtful and effective citizens of an increasingly interconnected world
Program Specific Outcome
  • • Students will be able to demonstrate a breadth of training across historical time and space.
  • • Students will be able to develop an in-depth understanding of a field, theme or region.
  • • Students will be able to demonstrate a historical awareness of the diversity of human experience across time and space.
  • • Eligible to get jobs in industries, schools and government offices; archaeologist, museum conservator, historian, curator, public services, archivist etc.
Course Outcomes
Courses Outcome
History of Indian National Movement (1857-1947)
  • • This paper intends to give an idea of various phases of the national Movement in Indian Leading to Independence.
History of North-east India (1824-1947)
  • • The aim of this course is to provide basic knowledge of the political and historical events of the people of North-East India from the advent of the British to the independence of India.
History of Europe
  • • The paper aims at providing idea of the important development and changes occurring from the 16th to 18th century which are indeed basis of Modern World.
Social and Economic of India (1757-1947)
  • • The paper aims at providing idea about Indian social reformers, industrial revolution etc.
History of Arunachal Pradesh
  • • This course aims to provide knowledge and information of the Arunachal Pradesh their history of society, economy, polity and culture from the earliest period.
History of Modern Europe (1789-1945)
  • • This paper intends to give a general outline of the historical developments in Europe during the modern period. The course begins with the French Revolution – a turning point in modern civilization and ends with the World War II that reshaped the continent and the world.
Historiography
  • • The paper aims to familiarize the students at undergraduate level with the methods of writing history and different schools of Historiography.
History of USA
  • • The course aims to provide knowledge and awareness about the history of the United States of America.
History of China, Japan and South-East Asia upto 1500
  • • This course aims to provide knowledge about the history of China, Japan, and South-East Asia.
Department of Geography
B.A. in Geography
Program Outcome The Geography program seeks to develop students who can identify, describe, analyze and solve the complex interactions that exist between humans and natural worlds.
Program Specific Outcome
  • • Students will read, interpret and generate maps and other geographic representations as well as extract, analyze and present information from a spatial perspective.
  • • Students will be able to think in spatial terms to explain what has occurred in the past as well as using geographic principles to understand the present plans for the future.
  • • Students will develop a solid understanding of the concepts of space, place, region, and their importance in explaining world affair.
  • • Students will understand global and regional patterns of cultural, political and economic institutions and their effects on the presentation, use and exploitation of natural resources and landscape
  • • Eligible to get jobs in industries, schools and government offices; cartographer, climate change analyst, climatologist, emergency management specialist, geomorphologist, surveyor, town planner etc.
Course Outcomes
Courses Outcome
HGeography of North-East India with Special Reference to Arunachal Pradesh
  • • To understand the physical background of North-East India.
  • • To acquire knowledge about the availability of mineral and power resources in North-East India.
  • • To understand the historical evolution of Arunachal Pradesh, and its population, growth, and distribution
History of North-east India (1824-1947)
  • • The aim of this course is to provide basic knowledge of the political and historical events of the people of North-East India from the advent of the British to the independence of India.
Geomorphology
  • • To understand the fundamentals of Physical Geography.
  • • To acquire knowledge about origin of various landforms and oceans
  • • To understand the formation of rocks, their types, and uses.
  • • To acquire knowledge of Internal and External forces.
Geographical Data Analysis and Computer Application
  • • To understand different types of data and the process of analysis by using computers.
Population and Settlement Geography
  • • To understand the history of population.
  • • Study of distribution and density of population.
  • • To get knowledge of population theories
  • • Investigate current issues and problems in India.
  • • To understand the settlement patterns and their related problems.
Fundamental of RS, GIS and GNSS
  • • To understand the history of remote-sensing.
  • • To know aerial photographs and satellite imageries.
  • • Acquire knowledge Indian remote sensing.
  • • Investigate components and functions of GIS.
Climatology
  • • To understand the structure, composition of atmosphere.
  • • To understand weather phenomena, winds, humidity, and precipitation.
  • • To understand the process of weather forecasting.
DIP and Spatial Data Analysis, Field Study Report
  • • To understand the importance of spatial data in Geography.
  • • Make use of GIS and GPS software.
  • • To understand the process of field study and report making.
Geography of Tourism
  • • To understand the importance of tourism.
  • • To acquire knowledge about the types of tourism.
  • • To understand the impact of tourism in society and culture.