Bachelor of Arts


The objective of the B.A. program is to produce undergraduate students who are knowledgeable in many areas and is highly proficient in written and oral communication, analysis and synthesis, quantitative reasoning, and in problem-solving of changing regional, national and global economic environments. During the program, Students will be able to demonstrate advanced critical thinking skills, inclusive of information literacy, will be able to communicate to diverse audiences in a variety of contexts and genres and be prepared for a wide range of writing-related careers.


The minimum qualification required to be eligible for admission is a pass in the 10+2 examination or equivalent from any recognized Central or State Board. A course recognized as equivalent thereto by the University, desirably with the relevant or related subjects of study is also eligible.

The method of selection for the programme shall normally be through merit, based on the performance in the qualifying exam.Course Structure:

Year I (SEM I)
  •  Language (Kan/ Hin / San / Add. Eng)
  •  English – I
  •  Foundations of Psychology I
  •  Principles of Sociology – I
  •  Microeconomics
  •  Psychology Lab I
  •  Indian Constitution
Year I (Sem II)
  •  Language (Kan/ Hin / San / Add. Eng)
  •  English – II
  •  Foundations of Psychology II
  •  Principles of Sociology – II
  •  Macro Economics
  •  Psychology Lab II
  •  Environmental Studies
Year II (Sem III)
  •  Developmental Psychology
  •  Indian Society
  •  Social Movements and Social Change in India
  •  Statistics
  •  International Economics
  •  Psychology Lab III
  •  Academic Writing / Computer Fundementals
  •  Communicative English
Year II (Sem IV)
  •  Social Psychology
  •  Abnormal Psychology
  •  Contemporary Social Problems
  •  Sociology of Women
  •  Indian Economy – I
  •  Development Economic
  •  Psychology Lab IV
Year III (Sem V)
  • General Elective 1
     Indian Aesthetics OR  Creative Writing
  • General Elective 2
     Contemporary Politics and Issues of Globalization
     Contemporary Theories of Management and Entrepreneurship
  • General Elective 3
     Gandhian Thoughts and Literary Responses OR  Urban Spaces and Living
  • Skill Enhancement Course (Sec–2)
     Research Skills OR  Creative and Critical Thinking Skills
Year III (Sem VI)
  • Discipline Specific Elective (Dse 1)
     Sports Psychology OR  Health Psychology
  • Discipline Specific Elective (Dse 2)
     Sociology of Develpoment OR  Urban Sociology
  • Discipline Specific Elective (Dse 3)
     Banking and Financial Institutions OR  Economics of Entrepreneurship
  • Skill Enhancement Course (Sec–2)
     Effective Presentation Skills OR  Dramatics

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