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Program Outcomes and Course Specific Outcomes

  

Course Sem Paper Code Paper Name Outcome 1 Outcome2 Outcome3
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 101 Biological Chemistry  Students develop an understanding of the chemical reactions that support life  Students are equipped to understand the complex molecular interactions taking place in a cell including their regulatory principles and develop an understanding of the energy transduction mechanisms in a living cell  Students develop an understanding of the underlying principles and procedures of classical and advanced techniques used in biological studies
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 102 Cell Biology  Students learn about the intricate ultrastructure of the cell, which is the unit of life  Students develop an understanding of the intricate mechanisms of cell-cell communication  Students learn about the complex signal-transduction mechanisms that regulate cellular responses and phenotypes
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 103 Genetics and Quantitative Methods  Students are taught about the regulation of cellular processes at the level of the gene  Students develop an understanding of the complex genotypic interactions that influence phenotype  Students develop an understanding of how gene-gene and gene-environment interactions influence living processes
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 104 Microbiology and Virology  Students develop an understanding of the different microbial life forms interfacing with human life  Students are taught about the intricate mechanisms regulating microbial life  Students learn about the influence of microbial life on human health and welfare, including economic significance
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 105 Biological Chemistry and Cell Biology  Students learn various basic techniques required for study of biological systems  Students learn to monitor enzyme activity and quantify solutes in biological fluids  Students develop skills required for employing techniques such as chromatography, centrifugation, cell staining and cell counting
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 1 BYTCC 106 Quantitative Methods  Students learn about the principles of quantitative analysis of data  Students develop skills in statistical analysis  Students learn to employ statistical tools for analysis of data
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BYTCC-201 Immunology  Students are equipped to understanding the workings of the immune system  Students learn about the dysfunction of the immune system during the development of various diseases and therapeutic avenues for the same  Students learn about the principles, procedures and applications of various techniques in immunological studies
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BTYCC-202 Molecular Biology  Students learn about the underlying molecular mechanisms of regulation of life  Students learn about genome structure and organization  Students learn about the mechanisms of genetic information storage and transduction within a cell
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BTYOC-203 Fundamentals of Biotechnology  Students from other disciplines learn about the fundamental and advanced theoretical aspects underlying biotechnological studies  Students learn about microbiology and immunology from the biotechnological perspective  Students develop an understanding of various molecular techniques used in biotechnology
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BTYCC-204 Bioinformatics  Students are introduced to the concepts of computational biology  Students learn to about various tools used in computational biology  Students learn about creation of, retrieval of data from, and use of databases in biological studies
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BTYCC-205 Molecular Biology and Genetics  Students are introduced to molecular biology techniques  Students learn advanced techniques like polymerase chain reaction by hands-on training  Students develop skills for analysis of data pertaining to genotypes and gene-gene interactions
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 2 BTYCC-206 Microbiology and Immunology  Students are introduced to the basics of aseptic handling of material and microbial cultures in a microbiology laboratory  Students are introduced to the basics of animal handling and application of immunological techniques  Students learn techniques such as microbial culture and immune assays which are applicable in clinical diagnostics laboratories
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 301 Tissue Culture Plant and Animal  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of plant tissue culture  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of animal tissue culture  Students develop an understanding of the applications and consequences of tissue culture techniques on various aspects of human life
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 302 Fundamentals of Genetic Engineering  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of genetic engineering  Students develop an understanding of the techniques of genetic engineering  Students develop an understanding of the applications of genetic engineering for human welfare
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 303 Biochemical Engineering and Cell Technologies  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of applied biotechnology and production using bioreactors  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of bioreactor design and engineering  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of stem cell technology, in vitro fertilization, and their applications for human welfare
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 304 Biodiversity IPR Patents and Biosafety  Students develop an understanding of the theoretical aspects of intellectual property rights and their implications  Students develop a working knowledge of the process of obtaining a patent/copyright  Students develop an understanding of various aspects of biosafety principles and biosafety guidelines to be followed in a laboratory handling biological material
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 305 Tissue Culture and Cell Technology  Students develop a practical understanding of plant tissue culture techniques  Students develop a working knowledge of working in a plant tissue culture laboratory  Students develop skills in various culture techniques
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 3 BTYCC 306 Genetic Engineering and Bioinformatics  Students develop a working knowledge of advanced techniques like Real Time –PCR and Blotting  Students develop a working knowledge of tools in computational biology and their applications  Students learn to analyse and interpret genomic data using computational tools
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 4 BYTCC-401 Adv Tech in Biological Chemistry Mol Biology, Geno-Proteomics  Students learn the principles of advanced techniques used in biological studies  Students learn in details about the instruments and procedures employed in advanced techniques used in biological studies  Students learn about the applications of advanced techniques used in biological studies
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 4 BTYCC-402 Plant Biotech-Animal Biotech & Applications of Gen Engg  Students learn about the applications and developments in the field of biotechnology involving use of plants  Students learn about the applications and developments in the field of animal biotechnology  Students learn about the pros and cons of transgenesis in plants and animals, and how these can be employed for human welfare
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 4 BTYCC-403 Industrial Biotech-Mol Immunology & Immunotechnology  Students learn about the recent advances and developments in the field of immunology  Students learn about the recent techniques in the field of immunology  Students learn about the applications of novel inventions in the field of immunology
MSc-Master of Science in Biotechnology 4 BTYCC-404 Project & Review  Students learn how to perform literature search and to write a scientific review on a topic of interest  Students develop practical skills of designing a research project and working on it to generate, analyse and interpret data  Students learn to write a research project report
M. Sc in Computer Science 1 MCS-101 Communicative English  Communicative skill development Technical writing and documentation
M. Sc in Computer Science 1 MCS-102 Mathematics-I  Basic knowledge on set theory, functions, matrix theory and its functions basic concept of vector and different types of vector equations are covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 1 MCS-103 Digital Logic and Switching Theory  Concept of number systems like binary, octal, hexadecimal and arithmetic operations of them Boolean algebra and switching functions are taught in this paper.
M. Sc in Computer Science 1 MCS-104 Introduction to Programming Languages  Student will learn the basic principles of programming, algorithms, flowchats, structure of program etc Conditional statement and looping statement are discussed with examples
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS201 Programming in C  Student will learn the Structure of C-programming, keywords and variable.  How to execute Conditional and looping in C-programming, concept of functions and pointer
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS202 Statistical Methods and Applns  Student will learn the concept of probability, and its different applications. Different probability functions are also covered in this paper  Discrete and continuous distributions, correlation, regression are also taught in this paper
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS203 Computer Organisation and Architecture  This paper provides the overall knowledge of computer organization and architecture. The role of register in computation.  The working principle of processing unit and its communication with the input/output device. Different Computer algorithms on arithmetic operations are covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS204 Scientific Computation  This paper discussed different numerical method suitable for computer  Different computer algorithm for interpolation, regression are discussed Student will get basic idea of computational calculus
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS205 Lab on Programming in C  Programming knowledge of c-language Proper syntax of c-programming to solve problems
M. Sc in Computer Science 2 MCS206 Lab on Scientific Computation  Designing of pseudo-code of algorithms  Solving of different numerical problem using computational algorithm
M. Sc in Computer Science 3 MCS301 Environmental Studies  Basic idea of this paper is to provide environmental awareness This paper covered many environmental issues effecting the social life
M. Sc in Computer Science 3 MCS302 Mathematics-II  This paper covers advanced level of problem solving in calculus. This paper also taught different types of sequence and series
M. Sc in Computer Science 3 MCS303 Data and File Structure  This paper provides the knowledge of basic data structure and operations on them  Different linear and nonlinear data structures and handling them  Basic idea of graph theory is also covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 3 MCS304 Microprocessor and Assembly Language Programming  This paper intended to taught the basic components and working principle of a processing unit.  Basic idea about assembler and interfacing to 8085 are also covered  Basic idea of interrupt and data transfer are included in this paper
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS401 Data Communication and Computer Networks  This paper gives the overview of data communication and networking layers Different architecture to handle physical design effectively and different algorithm to implement routing  Basic ideas of TCP, UDP, congestions control etc
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS402 Discrete Mathematics  Propositional logics, truth table and rule of inference are taught Basic ideas of Boolean algebra and logic gates are covered. Some topic on tree and graph theory are also included
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS403 Database Management Systems  Basic concepts of database, and its archetecture  Student will learn Database query processing nad relational calculus  Basic knowledge of normalization and transaction processing are also provided
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS404 Object Oriented Programming with C++  The basic ides of this paper is to provide structure and working principle of object oriented programming  Concept of class and objects, and secial features of objecte oriented programming like inheritance, polymorphism  How to handle file using object oriented programming
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS405 Lab on DBMS  Student will learn to handle relational table like create, insert, rename, drop, alter etc  How to execute database queries
M. Sc in Computer Science 4 MCS406 Lab on Object Oriented Prog with C++  Implementation of algorithms in C++ Execution of different features of C++
M. Sc in Computer Science 5 MCS 501 Internet Technologies  The ides of this paper is to provide basic knowledge of internet and its architecture Designing of webpages using html, CSS, scripting languages etc Different web development tools
M. Sc in Computer Science 5 MCS 502 Modeling and Simulation  Student will learn importance of modeling and simulation.  Different classical simulation algorithms are discussed Basic idea of absolute performance, verification, optimization etc
M. Sc in Computer Science 5 MCS 503 Operating System and Architecture  Student will learn mechanism of operating system, and its basic features and architecture Student will learn what is process and how to handle multiple process simultaneously How operating system manages computer resources properly
M. Sc in Computer Science 5 MCS 504 Programming in Java  This paper covers the special features of java and its structure It also coverd the exceptiong handling and thread handling Student will learn how to use applets and event handling
M. Sc in Computer Science 6 MCS601 System Analysis and Design  Basic ides of a system and system development cycles Student will learn about stuructured analysis and data analysis  Designing of sytem and testing the performance of sytem
M. Sc in Computer Science 6 MCS602 Computer Graphics  Student will basic concept of graphics and colour models  Different line drawing algorithm and multi-dimensional viewing  Basic knowledge of multimedia and animations.
M. Sc in Computer Science 6 MCS603 Systems Software  This paper covers structure assembler and different algorithms used Basic idea on macro processer and loader is discussed Basic idea of compiler
M. Sc in Computer Science 6 MCS604 Advanced DBMS  This paper covers the advanced topics of database management system like query processing and optimization Overviews of transaction processing and concurrency control in database  Basic architecture of distributed architecture
M. Sc in Computer Science 6 MCS605 Project Work  This paper is aimed to provide overall idea of project design and implementation Student will get practical knowledge of solving a a complete problem and its documentation
M. Sc in Computer Science 7 MCS 701 Theory of Computation  This paper discussed the formal language and its representation.  This paper also covered context free grammer and pumping lemma concepts  Student also get the basic knowledge of turing machine and reducibility
M. Sc in Computer Science 7 MCS 702 Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms  Discussed asymptotic notations and recurrence Divide and conquer methods and graph algorithms are also covered. Student will learn the concept of dynamic programming and computational geometry
M. Sc in Computer Science 7 MCS 703 Artificial Intelligence  Basic concept of Artificial intelligence, heuristic search are discussed  Student will learn about how to use predicate logic and representation of knowledge  Different applications of AI and their implementation are also covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 7 MCS 704 Wireless and Mobile Computing  The architecture of wireless system and radio communication are discussed Basic mobile technology and its parameters.  Satellite mobile communication and global positioning system are also covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS801 Software Engineering  Importance of software, different software life cycle models  Student will learn Project scheduling and tracking  Software testing and quality assurance are also covered in this paper
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS802 Principles of Compiler Design  The motive of this paper is to provide overview of compiling process  Different approaches of parsing and handling of symbol table The code generation and optimization techniques by compiler
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS803 Modelling and Simulation  Student will learn importance of modeling and simulation.  Different classical simulation algorithms are discussed Basic idea of absolute performance, verification, optimization etc
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS804 Digital Image Processing  Student will learn Fundamentals of image processing  Image enhancement, image segmentation and image restorations are also covered Colour image processing is also included
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS805A Lab on Compiler Design  Implementations of formal languages Implementation of different parsing techniques
M. Sc in Computer Science 8 MCS805B Lab Image Proc and Simulation  Implementation of different sengmemtation algorithms Removal of noise from images Implementation of different Edge detection algorithms
M. Sc in Computer Science 9 MCS901 Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery  This paper provides Introduction to data mining and data werehousing OLAP techniques and its architecture are dicussed  Different mining algorithm and clustering algorithms are also covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 9 MCS902 Neural Network  This paper provides the basic idea of machine learning and its basic tools Student will learn the working principle of neural network Different advanced techniques of neural network are also covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 9 MCS903 Advanced Computer Architecture and Parallel Computing  This paper deals with pipelining and parallel processing Student will learn how to handle different hazards This paper also discussed different advance computer architectre
M. Sc in Computer Science 10 MCS1001 Distributed Computing  Student will learn the working mechanism of distributed computing This paper gives knowledge of load balancing and fault tolerance This paper also discussed recovery mechanism of distributed system
M. Sc in Computer Science 10 MCS1002 Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications Provide foundation of fuzzy sets and its operation This paper covers fuzzy relations, probability theory and different fuzzy applications
M. Sc in Computer Science 10 MCS1003 Cryptography  This paper will provide the basic idea of crypto –system. Different types of keys Student will learn the mechanism of Key distribution Different encryption-decryption algorithms are covered
M. Sc in Computer Science 10 MCS1004 Elective-IV  Many specialized area of computer science is covered Student get an opportunity to learn a paper of his/her interest
M. Sc in Computer Science 10 MCS1005 Project Work  This project deals with research related works Student will how to perform literature survey, data collection etc How to publish a research paper
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 1 101 Classical Mechanics  Knowledge about Mechanics  Deep understanding of motion
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 1 102 Mathematical Physics I  Strengthen the analytical ability of the student Develops logical thinking and reasoning power
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 1 103 Quantam Mechanics I Helps to understand the behavior of microscopic particles
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 1 104 Electronics Helps to understand different electronic circuits
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 1 105 Electronics Practical Develops a deep understanding of various electronic devices
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 2 201 Electromagnetic Theory Develops a basic knowledge about principles of electro-magnetism
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 2 202 Quantum Mechanics II Develops understanding of relativistic effect of quantum mechanics
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 2 203C Electronic Devices & Circuits Helps to understand the operator of semiconductor devices
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 2 204C Numerical Analysis and Computer Programming Develop competition and programming skill Increasing mathematical reasoning capability to solve numerical problems
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 2 205 Laboratory Develops practical skill to handle instruments Gives hands on experience of different practicals
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 301 Mathematical Physics II Strengthen the mathematical tools required to study physics Increase the ability for problem solving techniques
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 302 Statistical Physics Develops the understanding of microscopic and macroscopic properties
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 303 Solid State Physics Develops insight knowledge regarding the properties of solid particles
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 304 A Astrophysics I Understanding of different celestial bodies, their formation and evolution
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 304 B Condensed Matter Physics – I Gain knowledge of concise solid state physics and materials science To impart the basic knowledge in the subject for study advance course in condensed matter physics Helpful to prepare for NET/GATE/GRE exams
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 305A Laboratory on Astrophysics I Developing practical knowledge regarding Astronomical observation
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 3 305B Laboratory on Condensed Matter Physics – I Gives the practical knowledge of the theoretical studies in the subject Develop the practical skills required in R & D Labs
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 401 Laboratory on Astrophysics – I Develops knowledge about atom and its properties Develops the understanding of LASER and its practical applications
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 402 Lab. On Condensed Matter Physics – I Develops knowledge about fundamental particles and their interaction
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 403 Molecular Spectroscopy Develops theoretical knowledge of molecular physics Teach the students some practical application of molecular physics
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 404A Astrophysics II Basic understanding of Astronomical phenomena Understanding the laws governing large scale structure.
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 404B Condensed Matter Physics – II Gain advanced knowledge in the subject for further research work Explored the field of solid state physics and materials science
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 405A Project on Astrophysics Deep understanding of the basic principles governing the universe Develop a brief idea about different topics in Astrophysics
MSc-Master of Science in Physics 4 405B Project on Condensed Matter Physics Trained to begin research work through a project within the course Develop self confidence to carry work in condensed matter physics and material science
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 1 101 Real Analysis  To teach the students the  Mathematical series  Integration, differentiation
concept of functions, their convergence with and without restriction
limits and maxima-minima and their expension
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 1 102 Linear Algebra  To teach students about matrix and matrix algebra To develop concepts  Quadratic form of matrices,
of eigen value, eigen vectors Matrix equation
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 1 103 Probability Theory  Quantification of chance of  Expectation and  Central limit theorem and
occurrence of random events variance of random Other limit laws
events
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 1 104 Distribution Theory  Introducing the need Exposure to different types  Mixture of probability
of studying the probability of discrete & continuous Distributions and their real
distribution probability distributions and life applications
their properties.
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 1 105 Statistical Computing-Practical  The practical paper teaches  To enhance the computing  To learn how matrix
the students how to perform ability of the student computation can be
data analysis in R and Microsoft Excel handled electronically
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 2 201 Linear Models and Regression Analysis  Provide students an exposure to linear and non-linear regression  Estimation of the parameters of the different regression model  Detection and removal of correlated errors- auto correlation and multicolinearity
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 2 202 Survey Sampling  Introduction to basic sampling techniques  Sampling with unequal probability and related process  Non-sampling errors and their estimation
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 2 203 Fundamentals of Data Coll and Analysis-Open  The open paper exposes the students from other departments about basic statistical tools  Common statistical measures of public health and disease frequency  Tools of data management, data coding and data cleaning
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 2 204 Statistical Inference I  Exposure to different methods of point estimation  Method of maximum likelihood estimation both for large & small samples  Confidence interval estimation and testing of statistical hypothesis
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 2 205 Computer Programming  The practical paper teaches  To enhance the computing  To learn how statistical tests and matrix
the students how to solve ability of the student computation can be
statistical problems through programming handled by writing programs
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 3 301 Design and Analysis of Experiments  Introduction of designing agricultural and livestock experiments  Designing complicated experiments for comparing treatments and experimental units
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 3 302 Statistical Inference  Exposure to different methods of Estimation and their properties  Basics of Bayesian data analysis –estimation, testing of hypothesis and interval estimation  Non-parametric tests and sequential test methods
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 3 303 Stochastic Process  Application of random variable as function of some other variable  Standard stochastic process like Poisson process, Simple Birth  Application of Markov chains, Introduction to Gambler’s ruin problem and renewal process
and Death Process
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 3 304 Applied Statistics  Introducing students to Statistics for National Development  Different measures of mortality, fertility and population growth  Indian and international official statistical system
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 3 305 Statistical Software-Practical  The practical paper teaches  All different types of data analysis and manipulation in SPSS  Perform advanced data analysis with reference to multivariate data
the students how to store data in SPSS
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 4 401 Multivariate Analysis  Exposure of students to Multinomial distribution, Bivariate normal distribution, Multivariate normal distribution  Hotelling’s T2 statistic and its application to testing multivariate hypothesis  Classification and discriminating procedure and practical computations
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 4 402 Applied Statistics II  Introduction to time-Series as stochastic process  Modeling forecasting trend of time series and understanding the effect of seasonality  Estimation of survival function
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 4 403i Industrial Statistics and Optimization Techniques I  Introduction to linear programming problem and solving problems using simplex method  Network analysis and solving problems using critical path method and program evaluation and review technique  Lead time analysis, buffer stock and inventory control systems
MSc-Master of Science in Statistics 4 404i Industrial Statistics and Optimization Techniques II  Reliability theory and computation of reliability of systems  Queuing theory- single and multiple channel queuing models  Simulation and its applications in business related problems
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology I 101 Geomorphology, GIS and Remote Sensing  Use of remote sensing & GIS in ground water exploration, natural/man-made environmental issues, town planning etc. Current global space programmes including Indian scenario to understand technological advancement in space  Formation of different landforms under different environmental conditions;
Understandings of various geological structures in time and space
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology I 102 Palaeontology Detailed identifying  Understanding Application of different fossils
character of different Of Palaeobiogeography,
Invertebrate, vertebrate, Evolution, Palaeobiograography,
plant and Microfossil Taphonomy etc.
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology I 103 Mineralogy § Understanding on crystal chemistry and bonding in minerals  Detailed study of different mineral groups  Optical properties of minerals and their uses in identification of minerals under microscope
§ Understandings on internal atomic structures and classification of minerals
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology I 104 Igneous Petrology  Understandings of various processes associated to magma genesis and magmatic activity; Understandings on Internal dynamics of the earth and its evolution through time  Relation of magmatic activity with plate tectonic s
Portraying magmatic processes in Phase diagrams
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology I 105 Practical on ES-101,102,103 and 104 § Exploration of various geomorphic features using satellite data in image processing software like Erdas §  Extraction & analyses of different thematic layers in GIS environment like Arc GIS  Calculation/analyses of various entities like drainage network, slopes, aspects etc. using aerial photographs, toposheets, SRTM etc.
§ Identification, Morphological Description, functional Morphology and interrelation of different fossils §  Graphical analyses of magmatic processes portrayed in phase diagrams
§ Identification of minerals in hand and under microscope §  Identification of igneous rocks in hand and under microscope based on mineralogy and textures
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology II 201 Structural Geology and Tectonics Understanding/assessment of Stress –strain relation of Different natural materials  Characteristic and  Neotectonics related to
Identification of different different types of plate
Structural elements like movement
Fault, Fold, Shear zone etc.
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology II 202 Sedimentology § Understandings on earth’s surface system, Fluid flow mechanics and flow regimes § Petrogenesis of sandstones; sandstones composition and plate – tectonics  Heavy minerals and their uses in provenance studies.
§ Sedimentary Environments and Facies § Diagenesis of sandstones and carbonate rocks
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology II 203 Know Your Planet §  Basin understandings on interior of earth § Basic idea of plate tectonics  Positions of different continents in geological time. Journey of Indian plate over geological time and evolution of Himalya
§  Basics of identification of fossils, importance and application of fossils § Basic idea on Seismicity and Different types of seismic wave; theory and evidences on Earthquake and Tsunami
§  Basics of radioactive age dating of earth materials
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology II 204 Geology Tectonics and Mineral Resources of NE India  Geology and stratigraphy of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura  Tectonic settings of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura  Mineral Resources of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology II 205 Practical on ESCCC-201 ESCCC-202 and Field Work § Structural map interpretation and preparation; analyses of different Structural element by Geometrical methods and stereonet  Interpretation of sedimentary structures in terms of palaeoenvironmental and palaeoecological processes. On-site learning of geological process during field visits
§ Identification of sedimentary rocks in hand and under Microscope based on mineralogy and textures
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology III 301 Stratigraphy  Principle of different  Building up stratigraphy  Broad knowledge
Stratigraphic technique of any area by using of Indian Stratigraphy
different principles
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology III 302 Petroleum Geology § Knowledge on origin and composition of petroleum §  Understandings on Geophysical exploration for hydrocarbon
§ Characteristics of reservoir rocks and traps §  Estimation of oil and gas reserves Know-how of Primary and enhanced oil recovery methods
§ Methods and stages in the development of oil fields. §  Drilling of Oil wells
§ Detailed knowledge of Onshore and offshore petroliferous basins of India
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology III 303 Hydrogeology  Understandings on occurrences of groundwater in the aquifers  Water as a most easily available life resource for sustainable development  Development and management of presently available water resources for future
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology III 304 Metamorphic Petrology and Geochemistry  Understandings on the processes of metamorphism and characteristics of metamorphic rocks § Applications of trace and rare earth elements in understanding magmatic processes  Relation of metamorphism with plate tectonics
§ Applications of stable and radiogenic isotopes in understanding earth processes including a age determination of earth materials
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology III 305 Practical on ES- 301,302,303 and 304 § Constraints of bio-stratigraphy, Litho-stratigraphy, sequence Stratigraphy, seismic Stratigraphy etc.  Conjunctive utilization of water resources  Exploration of groundwater using different methods
§ Evaluation of hydro-chemical constituents for quality aspects of different uses Practical understanding of groundwater flow movement through subsurface layers
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology IV 401 Ore Geology and Mining Geology  Understandings on ore forming processes.  Details about metallic and non-metallic ore deposits of india  Understandings on opencast and underground mining processes
Characteristics of various types of ore deposits Mining Indian mineral deposits
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology IV 402 Environmental Geology and Geo-Engineering § Natural and man-made Environmental changes § Time scales of global changes in the ecosystems and climate  Engineering properties of rocks
§ Knowledge on geotechnical evaluation of dams and reservoirs, tunnel and bridge sites § Various stages of engineering geological investigation for civil engineering projects
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology IV 403 Project Oriented Dissertation  Basic concept of 1) identification
of problem, 2)literature survey, 3) Field investigation, 4) sample Preparation lab studies/analysis and 5)
Writing of thesis
M.Sc- Master of Science in Applied Geology IV 404 Practical on ESCCC-401 ESCCC-402 and Field Work Identification of ore minerals in hand and under microscope.  Graphical determination of epicenter of earthquake based on seismic data  Field investigation and writing report on a chosen geological site.
Estimation of ore reserves in an ore deposit.
Determination of engineering properties of rocks.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 101 Ecosystem Analysis  Basic concept of Ecosystem is learnt. Different aspects of Biogeochemical cycle and human responsibility is also taught.  Historical idea about the aspects as well as modern concept of species.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 102 Population and Community Ecology  To develop among the students regarding demographic pattern of India in particularly and world in general  Mangrove ecology and ecosystem
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 103 Natural Resource Management and Remote Sensing Application  This syllabus focuses on fossil fuel reserves, nuclear energy, Ores, energy content of fossil fuel.  To have basic understanding on the various types of resources, their uses and current scenario on renewable energy resources, patterns and their conservation
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 104 Environmental Geo-Sciences, Statistics and Computer Application  This provides a prerequisite of handling the sophisticated equipment and can be applied in future research level  Environmental geosciences emphasis mainly to earn knowledge on the environmental geo-processes, earth systems and environmental geochemistry with an emphasis of conservation of matter and energy. This is in line of the NET UGC syllabus  Knowledge of basic statistics is necessary for the students to understand research papers and to design their research study.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 105 Practical on ECG-101 and ECG-102  Quantitative assessment of plant community. Experiencing the field observation, sampling various plant and animal species To understand the estimation of unknown population from the natural ecosystem / habitat.  The practical on ecosystem analysis and population and community ecology provides opportunity to gather data and experience the analysis and estimation in field as well as laboratory. Practical observation of both plant and animal community in different ecosystem like terrestrial, freshwater, etc, and their analysis by using portable equipment in the field as well as performing the analysis in laboratory by using various instruments
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 1 106 Practical on ECG-104  Knowledge on statistical analysis will enable students to apply in their future research. Knowledge on computer skill helps student to apply in their studies
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 205 Practical on ECG-201  To earn knowledge on various freshwater ecosystem, their ecology, ecosystem services and management. Practical knowledge on various communities growing on different freshwater systems. Gain knowledge on analysis of various environmental factors, community pattern and their growth.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 201 Freshwater Ecology  The values of various communities both plant and animals is also understood.  Students develop awareness about significance of ecology of rivers, their disturbance related issues like construction of dams and their biodiversity.  Various ecological issues parting to the freshwater habitats, communities and various aquaculture practices and conservation perspectives.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 202 Forest Ecology  This paper covers forest definitions and laws, structure, microclimate. Forest types, etc.  Provides knowledge on North East forests types, sampling of designs, structure of tropical tree, regeneration and germination ecology, nursery development, etc.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 203 Environmental Policy, Education and Ethics  Knowledge on environmental ethics on regional, national and global levels  Students will learn about the activities of NGO,s and hoe the role of NGO,s helping the societies at large  Being a choice based paper to be opted by other department and school in the university, this paper helps to uplift the knowledge on basic understanding on various environmental policies, environmental education and awareness program highlighting on value education, valuing nature and culture.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 204 Climate Change  This course focuses on developing climate change concepts for a better understanding of climate variability at regional scale This course focuses studying risks and vulnerability of key sectors such as waster, health, agriculture and forests This course also highlights understanding drives of climate change phenomena as well as various strategies for climate change adaptation and mitigation. Policy frameworks for climate change mitigation are also given equal emphasis.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 2 ECG 206 Practical on ECG-202  This practical provides field experiences on biomass estimation, tree regeneration study etc. It also gives emphasis on Forest Survey of India report analysis  It also provides knowledge on plant growth and phenology, invasive species, etc.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 301 Behavioural and Wildlife Ecology  Knowledge development about behavioural issues such as conflict behaviour and altruism Different aspects of learning and memory as well as foraging behaviour is taught  Behaviuoral ecology helps to understand animal behaviour, which further can be implemented in wildlife management.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 302 Pollution Ecology and Environmental Impact Analysis  Awareness about global environmental issues such as ozone layer depletion and acid rain Various aspect of pollution is taught and awareness towards cleanliness, waste management and occupational health hazards is taught  To have an understanding on various types of pollution and its affects is dealt. The associated human health and various environmental issues related to pollutants is emphasized.
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 303 Biodiversity Conservation  Importance of biodiversity, threats and factors contributing to loss of biodiversity, biodiversity conservation issues Protected area and its role in biodiversity conservation, ecosystem services, biodiversity extinction  It also helps students to understand to digitize traditional knowledge about ethnobotanical aspects
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 304 Soil Microbial and Agricultural Ecology  To mitigate the injudicious use synthetic agrochemicals for safer agroecosystem and high yield of crop production tactics Importance and cultivation  and management of agroecosystem will help both the student and society  Provides information related to traditional farming systems in North East India
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 305 Practical on ECG- 301 and ECG- 302  The practical syllabus of ECG-301 will be helpful for carrying out wildlife research. Practical understanding on the measurement of air and water quality by standard protocol has been obtained. Emphasis on biomonitoring technique is also provided Practical knowledge on wildlife will help in conservation of wildlife Practical on occupational health hazard is significant for students to know the related health hazard. Wildlife study on campus teaches students to identify the herpetofauna diversity
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 3 306 Practical on ECG-303 and ECG- 304  Aware how to estimate the crop loss and estimation of residue at post-harvest period  This also provides training on diversity estimation of plants animals  This also provides training on estimating various soil physical and chemical parameters
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 401 Human Ecology and Disaster Management  The syllabus teaches students to understand village and its significance in ecological management Aware about the various pattern of age pattern of human race and global pattern of various ethnic communities
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 402 Environmental Biotechnology and Chemistry  To earn the knowledge on various environmental biotechnologies for environmental protection, waste water treatment and bioenergy, productive options and applications. To understand various green technologies, green chemistry and their applications
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 B Environmental Monitoring and Mangement  Capacity building in students on pollution monitoring and management Development of analytical and statistical skill for toxicological studies Awareness about ethical issues in environmental pollutions and about development of green technologies
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 C Forest and Agricultural Biodiversity and Ecology  Forest biodiversity concepts, dimensions, plant invasion, phonological variations and climate change RS GIS applications, modelling, forest classification, change detection, forest and agroforestry mapping  Helps understanding the role of impact of climate change on forest and agricultural landscapes
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 D Pest Management and Ecotoxicology  Building the concept of awareness regarding pesticides/agrochemicals affects towards the agroecosystem through crop cultivation Concept developed how to reduce pest menace in the agroecosystems to get better yield Also learnt the use of alternatives of synthetic agrochemicals for the high yielding of crop in general without getting contamination
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 E Algal Ecology and Physiology  To earn knowledge on algal ecology and physiology and get training on various aspects of algae on basic to applied aspects. This imparts a training on the various algal species and their culture technique and the development various products like bio-fertilizers. The knowledge on various uses of strain development and biofuel production, etc, is imparted
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 F Wildlife Conservation Ecology  The syllabus will inculcate sense of wildlife protection and teach conservation measures to be adopted. The behavioural aspect of wildlife, man-animal conflict and the technique of population survey is learnt, statistical tool are also learnt Principles and strategies of protection of wildlife, role of NGOs and PAS is also learnt. Students will become aware of their responsibilities towards wildlife conservation
MSc-Master of Science in Ecology 4 ECG 403 G Ethnobotany and Conservation of Medicinal Plants  Historical and cultural study of tribes/ communities; plants are the parts of their culture and its importance Man-Plants interaction Plants are the part of our livelihood Visa-Vis cultivation of important plants will help to solve the unemployment problems Documentation of traditional uses of plants and phytochemical and pharmacological evaluation of plants may help to discovery of novel drugs. Traditional germplasm conservation of plants will help to conserve the less known plants to loss from the nature
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinformatics 1 101 Genetics and Molecular Biology To teach the history of genetics  To teach the students  To teach the students
and the concept of genes and Structure and functions regulations of genes and the
chromosomes. of DNA and RNA along with idea and mode of
the replication, Transcription occurrences disease due to the genetic
and translation. inheritance.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 1 102 Cell Biology and Immunology  To teach the students about the structure and functions of cell and the cell cycle.  To teach the students cell signaling, cell communications and apoptosis  To teach the students various systems involved immunity
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 1 103 Biochemistry  To teach the students molecular interactions and about the proteins, enzymes, carbohydrates and lipids  To teach the students about photosynthesis, plant hormones  To teach the students sensory, photo biology, signal communications and stress.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 1 104 Environment and Cons Biology  To teach the students ecology and its conservations.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 1 105 Practical I  To give the biochemical practical knowledge to the students
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 1 106 Practical-II  To give the Molecular biological and statistical knowledge to the students.
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 1 T1 Fundamentals of Bioinformatics  To teach the students biomolecules and bioinformatics and biological data bases.  To teach the students sequence alignments and visualization  To teach the students Computer aided drug designing.
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 1 T2 Internet, DBMS and Fundamentals of programming  To teach the students concept of internet and HTML  To teach the students DBMS and working with mySQL  To teach the students working with PHP.
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 1 T3 Biostatistics and Basic Mathematics  To teach the students fundamentals of biostatistics, Correlation, regression and sampling  To teach the students Hypothesis, Errors and test of significance  To teach the students Basics mathematics.
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 2 T4 Programming with C, Java and PERL To teach the students about basic programming languages including C, PERL, OOPs and Java To teach the students Linux
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 2 T4 Omics and Informatics To teach the students genomics, microarrays To teach the students proteomics and phylogenetic analysis To teach the students applications of Bioinformatics
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 1 P1 Practical  To give the students practical knowledge on Sequence alignment, Database search, retrieval of Data.  To give the students practical knowledge web designing
PGDBI-Post Graduate Diploma In Bio Bioinformatics 2 P2 Practical To give the students practical knowledge on programming
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-201 Microbiology  To teach the students history of microbiology and cell organization.  To teach the students virus and microbial genetics and secondary metabolites.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-202 Techniques in Biology  To teach the students techniques involved in microscopy, biophysics, chromatography.  To teach the students techniques involved in Nucleic acids and proteins estimations and analysis  To teach the students statistical analysis
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-203 Open Choice Paper  To teach the students about basic biology, evolution, development biology, physiology and cell signaling.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-204 Biotechnology  To teach the students recombinant DNA technology and microbial technology. To teach the students Animal cell culture and plant tissue culture technology  To teach the students basics of bioinformatics.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-205 Practical-I To give the practical knowledge to the students regarding statistical ideas and tissue culture and DNA technology
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 2 LS-206 Practical-II To give the practical knowledge to the students regarding microbial techniques To give the practical knowledge to the students regarding development bilogy.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 301 Molecular Endrocrinology  To teach the students about the endocrine glands and their hormones.  To teach the students regarding reproductive healths.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 302 Applied Biology  To teach the students about the immunological techniques, risk assessment and mitigation  To teach the students bioresource and biodiversity  To teach the students parasitism, organisms health and agricultural importance.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 303 Evolution and Behavior  To teach the students regarding process of evolution  To teach the students about brain and behavior  To teach the students about reproductive behavior.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304A Fishery Science & Aquaculture  To teach the students Fish Taxonomy and Biodiversity, Ichthyogeography To teach the students Fish Anatomy, Fish Biology and Fish Physiology  To teach the students Inland Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture, Fish Disease and Aquaculture Biotechnology
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304B Molecular Genetics  To teach the students Structure, organisation & regulation, Microbial genetics, Recombinant DNA technology  To teach the students Xenobiotic metabolism and Cancer biology
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304C Molecular Neurobiology   To teach the students structure and functions of neurons   To teach the students about neuro transmitters and signaling   To teach the students memory and behavior.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304D Reproductive Biology and Assisted Technology  To teach the students about reproductive health  To teach the students assisted reproductive technology
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304E Animal Biochemistry  To teach the students biochemical aspects of animals and various pathways involved in the animal body
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 304F Aquatic Toxicology  To teach the students about various aquatic contaminants.  To teach the students about effect of biomagnifications of contaminants and its effect on water and water born lifes.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 305 Practical –I  To give the practical knowledge of taxonomy and various biochemical tests.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 306 Practical-II  To give the practical knowledge of Hematological tests and cell culture and molecular techniques.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B301 Plant Physiology  To teach the students about the translocation of ions, solutes and macromolecules from soil by different transport mechanisms. Also teaches the students about mineral nutrition in plants  To teach the students about the photosynthesis process in plants, cyclic and non-cyclic electron flow and the mechanisms of photophosphorylation. To teach the students about different plant hormones and their synthesis.  To teach the students about different carbondioxide fixation mechanisms in C3, C4. Also teaches the students about amino acid biosynthesis and abiotic stress in plants and the response to stress.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B302 Morphology Differentiation and systematic Botany  To teach the student about the modified root and stem, types of inflorescence, placentation and gender expression in both monoecious and dioecious plants  To teach the student about microsporogenesis and macrosporogenesis, somatic embryogenesis, male sterility etc. to teach the students different types of plant classification, herbaria and its significance, databases of plant names  To teach the students about phylogeny and floral evolution of different selected families, different floristic regions of India, endemism, botanical gardens and endangered and threatened plants of India.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B303 Plant Diversity  To teach the student about algal classification, comparative account of algal pigments, foof reserves, pheromones.  To teach the student about the classifications of pteridophytes and gymnosperms, telomic concept and evolution of sporophyte and about the living and fossil gymnosperms in India  To teach the students about the economic importance of algae, bryophytes pteridophytes and gymnosperms
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B3041 Microbial Biotechnology  To teach the students about microbial evolution and biodiversity, microbial community, biomass, about the physiological ecology microbes and different habitatof microbes  To teach the student about biodegradation of waste and xenobiotic pollutants, microbial symbiosis, competition etc.  To teach the student about microorganisms and biogeochemical cycling, microbial ecology etc.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B3042 Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology  To teach the students about bioenergetics, enzymes, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism and nucleic acid metabolism  To teach the students about plant gene, gene cloning, genetic engineering and biosafety for transgenic and GM plants  To teach the students about
Reactive Oxygen species (ROS) signaling in Plants, transporters and ions pumps in plant signalling
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B3043 Plant Taxonomy and Medicinal Plant studies  To teach the students about different taxonomic key and method of plant identification, different types of speciation  To teach the students about different chemotaxonomy, phytogeography, remote sensing and ethnobotanical importance of plants  To teach the students about anticancer, anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory drugs etc of plant origin and also to teach about pharmacogenomics
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B305 Practical –I  To give practical knowledge about the dicot and monocot leaves, measurement of transpiration rate etc  To give  To give practical knowledge on the
demonstration of anatogonistic activity between pathogenic fungi and test organisms morphology and anatomy of vegetative and reproductive tissues of pteridophytes.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 3 B306 Practical-II  To give practical knowledge of different microbial culture techniques, isolation of rhizobium from root nodules, practical knowledge of paper chromatography  To give practical knowledge on the quantification of secondary metabolites and biomarkers in plant extracts  To give practical knowledge on the mitosis and meiosis in plant, study of karyotype and preparation of
ideogram of Allium cepa /Allium sativum. Plant genomic DNA isolation and RNA preparation.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-401Z Limnology  To teach the students about limnology, palaeolimnology, origin and classication of lakes, wetlands, lotic system  To teach the students about different wetlands of assam their physico chemical properties, management and conservation etc.  To teach the students about species concept, taxonomic key, taxonomic literature, type concept, types of classification about international code of zoological nomenclature.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-402Z Animal Physiology  To teach the students about haematology, general organization of respiratory system, neural and chemical regulation of respiration  To teach the students about kidney, structure of nephron,  To teach the students about the structure and function of neurons and glial cells, neurotransmitters, mechanisms of muscle contraction and muscle fatigue, basic concept of toxicology, toxic agents, dose response to toxic agents.
Glomerular filtration and Tubular reabsorption and secretion
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-403Z Development Biology  To teach the students about the principles of development biology, early development, gastrulation  To teach the student about the gene and its development in Drosophilla, about programmed cell death aging senescence
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-401B Mycology and plant pathology  To teach the students about different features o fungi, nutrition and growth and also the tools and techniques used for the identification of fungi  To teach the student sabout the economic importance of fungi and its role in the production of antibiotics, as plant growth promoter, disease suppressor etc.  To teach the students about genetic engineering for disease resistance, crop rotation etc.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-402B Molecular genetics and plant breeding  To teach the students about chromatin, euchromatin, gene expression, transcriptional and translational modification
To teach the students about regulation of plant gene expression, Cytoplasmic inheritance, plant breeding, heterosis, mutation breeding, seed infertility etc.
M.Sc-Master of Science in Life Science and Bioinfo 4 LS-403B Advanced plant biology  To teach students about molecular phylogeny, application of DNA markers, phylogenetic trees etc.  To teach students
To teach the students about different molecular tools for Identification of Microbes, about medicinal and aromatic plants,
Plant metabolomics, Plant systems biology 3D structure of Proteins ,
ADME/Tox and Lipinski Ro5
QSAR and molecular Docking
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 101 Management Process and Principles to develop an understanding of the Principles and processes of management  To develop an understanding of the basic management functions  To able to understand the challenges in the emerging perspective
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 102 Managerial Economics  designed to equip the students with knowledge of business and managerial economics  The content of the course will enable the students to apply knowledge of Economics to business decisions  To increase the capability of understanding firm decision by applying economic knowledge with a wide array of business problems
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 103 Accounting and Financial Analysis To acquaint the students  with the principles , concepts and techniques of financial accounting  It helps students to prepare financial statements  It also enables students to analyze different financial statements
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 104 Organizational Behaviour Enables the students to increase their capability for understanding organizational behavior for management  Enables diagnostic and critical thinking on the behavioral aspects of human and organizational life.  to acquaint the student with the intricacies of intra -individual, inter-personnel and inter-group behavior in organizational setting
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 105 Environment Management and Corporate Social Responsibility  The outcome of the course is to help students develop as sensible managers with a strong environmental and social commitment  It helps to introduce physical environment and the related issues  It helps to understand Industry Response to preserve environment
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 CP106 Statistical Methods of Decision Making Make the students familiar with the basic statistical and operational research techniques The paper will enable the students to apply relevant quantitative tools in business decision making To develop suitable business models
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 CP107 Business Communication & softskills Helps students develop manager like qualities. Enables students to have self- development and acquisition of effective communication skills Helps students to understand the importance of written and oral communication and practice the same.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 1 108 India’s Cultural Heritage and Business History Sensitize the students to India’s Cultural Heritage. To introduce the students the “Indian” perspective of wealth-creation, ecology & globalisation Students will also be given an idea of how the mutually supportive roles of trade and culture could generate for this country in the past an unique dynamics paving the way for globalization of Indian businesses
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP201 Management Information System  to help the students to understand the concepts of Management Information System  It helps students in designing decision support system and appropriate applications of information management, and strategic advantages  Enables learners in effective decision making with data and people in global and complex business organizations
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP202A Management Accounting and Control  to enable the students to develop an insight into the ways and means for utilizing the management and cost accounting information  Enables learners to understand techniques for planning, control and decision making.  Enables students to understand the different types of budget and budgeting decisions and also few limitations of management accounting.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP202B Hospitality and Tourism Management  to understand and conceptualize the fundamentals of tourism and hospitality management  The course will enable the students to understand the flow of activities and functions in today’s tourism and lodging operation  to highlight the importance of front office and housekeeping and its role in the hospitality industry
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP203 CBCS-I  Objective of the course is to familiarize the Engineering Students with the concepts of Industrial Management  Helps students to understand the concept of operation research  Helps students to familiarize with manufacturing technologies and systems.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP204 CBCS-II  Objective of the course is to familiarize the MSc Computer Science Students with the concepts of Information System Management  Helps students to familiarize with Systems approach to problem solving  Helps students to understand how to enable strategic advantage with information system in today’s organization
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP205 Human Resource Management  to enable the students acquire understandings of the principles, processes and practices of managing people at workplaces  Enables students to understand that managing people is considered essential for all managers regardless of the actual functional area of his operation  Enables students to know the different labor practices, recruitment , wellbeing, appraisal etc. of employees in an organization
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP206 Operations Management  This course intends to develop linkages with the concepts of production systems, their constraints and links with the overall strategic perspectives.  It enables students to know regarding designing the process, analysis and improvement, operating of the system  Enables students to preparing for success and sustainability in business organization.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP207 Research Methods in Management to impart research skills to the students for investigating the business problems Students can arrive at objective, findings, interpretation of data and conclusions of their investigation in the form of systematic reports Enables students to know different tools, techniques of Business Research
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP208 Financial Management  to familiarize the students with the broad framework of financial decision making in business  To familiarize the students with Financial Management and financial accounting  To familiarize students with Investment decisions
MBA – Master of Business Administration 2 CP209 Marketing Management  to enable the students to learn basic knowledge of marketing and its practical application  Enables students to take marketing decisions on micro and macro environment.  Familiarize students with Emerging issues in marketing, ethical issues
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 301 Analysis of Business Environment – Indian and Global  to help students understand the environment-business interface  To equip them with skills of analyzing business environment for strategic business decision making  Helps to familiarize with significance of environment analysis, economic environment and globalization in Indian perspective
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 302 Legal Environment of Business  the course aims at familiarizing the students with various legal aspects of business  Helps familiarizing the students with different aspects of business law and industrial law  Different types of laws such as laws of contract, law of sale of goods, IT act, consumer protection act etc are made familiar with
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 303 A Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management  to develop among the students a conceptual understanding of the topics and the environment of making of an Entrepreneur  Helps to familiarize with Role of Entrepreneurship in Indian economy and developing economies with reference to Self-Employment  Helps to familiarize with social entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurship
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 303 B International Tourism  To enable the students to take decisions and actions with an understanding of the economics and sociology of international tourism  The course shall emphasize on discussions on various destinations of the world.  Helps familiarize with Factors affecting global and regional tourist movements; demand and origin factors.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 304 Summer Internship and Report  Enables students to have a practical exposure to corporate organizations.  Enables students to be a part of a corporate organization for temporarily for 8 weeks and learn the corporate environment.  Enables students to apply learned theory to practice during the tenure of the project.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3101 Corporate Financial Decisions  to equip the students with the knowledge and skills needed by the finance professionals  Helps students to address practical problems in corporate finance.  Enables students to know how to make long term investment decisions.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3102 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management  to expose the students to the theoretical and practical concepts, tools and techniques applicable in the field of investment decision making  Makes the students aware about investment avenues, Risk Return Relationships  Familiarize students about Derivatives as a tool of investment and Derivative analysis.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3201 Sales and Distribution Management  to develop an understanding of concepts, which are helpful in designing sound programs for organizing and managing the sales force.  To provide an understanding about the company’s route to the market. Enable the students to understand and manage downstream part of value chain.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3202 Consumer Behaviour  To provide insight into consumer behaviour /psychology with special focus on how consumers think, feel and act about marketing stimuli that marketers develop.  Enables students to have a comprehensive understanding of the subject with examples from the Indian Scenario  Enables students to understand consumer behavior from real life case-studies from Indian industries.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3301 Human Resource Development  to facilitate greater understanding of the importance of systematic planning for optimal deployment and utilization of human resources  Enables students to increase their capability for understanding Human Resource Development for organizational Performance.  To introduce a theoretical, practical and critical insight for developing the human resources within an organizational framework.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3302 Management of Industrial Relations  To introduce the students about the evolution of industrial relations with special reference to India  Students will learn about the concept and process of conflict and dispute in Industrial Environment along with statutory machinery for resolving the same.  Students will come to know about the role of discipline and grievance in maintaining industrial peace.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3401 Production Planning and Control  help students develop an insight into the operational aspects Production and Operations Management  Acquaint them with various concepts and decision making tools  enable them to apply the same in real-life situation with a view to effectively utilizing the available capacity and improving the efficiency of the production system
MBA – Master of Business Administration 3 3402 Materials Management  to make students opting for Operation as specialization proficient in various aspects of material management  To familiarize with inventory models for real life business problems.  To familiarize students with buyer supplier relationship and store management techniques
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 CP401 Strategic Management  to acquaint the students with the process, techniques and practices of strategic management  Helps students to familiarize with how to Set strategic goals; find Core Competency dimension; Achieve superior efficiency – Economies of Scale  Helps students to familiarize with Strategy Implementation & Evaluation and Management of change
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 CP402 Dissertation and Viva Voce  Field based research study which enables students to understand the business problems through business research.  Enables students to learn different statistical tools and techniques of research in business.  Students receive a both research and practical problem solving situations in the form of a research proposal through dissertation and how to solve such problems through business research using statistical tools and techniques
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 FM3103 Elective-A-III Financial Mgmt  to make the students acquainted with the international financial system along with international financial market operation  Familiarize students with international financial instruments, international money transfer and transaction mechanism  Endeavour of the course is to make the students confident in international monetary operation
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 MM3203 Elective-A-III Marketing Mgmt  to develop insights into emerging trends in the service sector in a developing economy like India To broaden students’ view of marketing to give an understanding of how marketing practices in service organizations.  To familiarize Effective Service Delivery Process-Understanding Capacity Constraints and Demand Patterns, service encounters and customer satisfaction
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 HR3303 Elective-A-III Human Resource Mgmt  to familiarize the students with the understanding with the various laws and provisions that govern human resource management in the Indian context  Familiarize students with Simplified Approach to Labour Laws  Familiarize students with calculating bonus, modalities of application of laws and related case laws.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 OM3403 Elective-A-III Operation Mgmt  to develop the understanding of various components of integrated supply chain.  Familiarize students on developing the supply chain to suit not only the domestic operations but also the global operations.  Familiarize students in Designing and Managing the Supply Chain: Concepts, Strategies
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 FM3106 Elective-IV Financial Mgmt  to familiarize the students about banking and financial services  To strengthen the student’s analytical understanding about Indian financial environment and ingredients of Indian Financial System.  To familiarize Credit Management-Principles and practices
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 FM3108 Elective-V Financial Mgmt  to acquaint the students with the importance of the working capital Management  Familiarize different techniques used for effective working capital management  Familiarize students about short term financing
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 MM3204 Elective-IV Marketing Mgmt  to impart the skill based knowledge of Customer Relationship Management  to make the students aware of the concepts and practices of CRM in modern businesses  also enable them to design suitable practices and programs for the company they would be working
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 MM3211 Elective-V Marketing Mgmt  to gain in-depth knowledge of various ingredients of integrated marketing communications in a holistic approach with special emphasis on Advertising  To know the different objectives of Integrated Marketing Communication  Familiarize with Considerations for creative idea Visualization ((Creative planning, creative strategy development, Communications appeals and execution)
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 HR3305 Elective-IV Human Resource Mgmt  to develop a diagnostic and conceptual understanding of the cultural and related behavioural variables in the management of global organizations  Familiarize students with International Cultural Environment: The Concept of Culture, Comparison of Cross-cultural Behaviour  Familiarize students with Human Resource Management in Global Organizations; Ethics in International Business; Western and Eastern Management Thoughts in the Indian Context.
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 HR3308 Elective-V Human Resource Mgmt  to gain familiarity with the concept and skills to manage and improve organizational culture collaboratively  To develop an orientation towards the change management  Familiarize students with how to achieve organizational improvement with Organizational Development
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 OM3404 Elective-IV Operations Mgmt  to acquaint the students with the conceptualization of Total Quality (TQ) from design assurance to processes assurance to service assurance  To give focus on Quality Management Systems (QMS) like ISO-9001  to closely link management of quality with that of reliability and maintainability for total product assurance
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 OM3407 Elective-V Operations Mgmt  is to introduce students the concept of enterprise resource planning, enterprise system applications, strategic resource allocation process  Familiarize students in involving transactions, interactions and relationships among data and people with global, complex business organizations.  Familiarize students in Business Process Reengineering concept
MBA – Master of Business Administration 4 FM-3103 Elective B III Financial Mgmt  to make the students acquainted with the international financial system along with international financial market operation  Familiarize students about international financial instruments, international money transfer and transaction mechanism  Endeavour of the course is to make the students confident in international monetary operation
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 1 MIBCC101 General Microbiology  Understanding of basics of microbiology and microorganisms Understanding about history of microbiology
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 1 MIBCC102 Mycology and Phycology  To understand morphology, classification, medical and economical importance of algae and fungi
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 1 MIBCC103 Virology  To understand the structure and multiplication of viruses  To understand etiology, transmission, clinical syndrome, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human virus infections  To understand symptoms, transmission and prevention of plant virus infections
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 1 MIBCC104 Microbial physiology and biochemistry  To understand microbial physiology and metabolism.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 1 105 General Microbiology and Analytical Biochemistry  Understanding of culture and growth characteristics of microorganisms, staining preparations and microscopical observations of microbes  To understand preparation buffer, chromatographic techniques, estimation of protein, sugar.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 2 MIBCC 201 Cellular Microbiology and Immunology  To understand cell signaling mechanism  To understand immune system, immunity and immunization
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 2 MIBCC 202 Molecular biology and recombinant DNA technology  To understand macro molecule, protein synthesis and cloning strategies.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 2 MIBCO 203 Basic and Applied Microbiology  To understand basic microbiology and important human pathogens  To learn pure culture methods of bacteria and metagenomics.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 2 MIBCC 204 Microbial Enzyme TechnologyMicrobial Enzyme Technology  To learn large scale enzyme production and recovery from microbial sources  To understand enzyme based diagnostic assays and immune enzyme methods.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 2 MIBCC 205 Immunology and Molecular Biology  To learn isolation of DNA, RNA, separation of nucleic acid and protein.  Learning of antigen antibody reactions and various serological methods and assays for detection of infection
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 3 MIBCC301 Parasitology Medical and Veterinary Microbiology  To understand medically important microbes, clinical condition and diagnosis
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 3 MIBCC302 Food Microbiology  To learn importance of microorganisms in fermented food.  To understand food spoilage, contamination and prevention of spoilage  To understand food borne infections, food intoxications.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 3 MIBCC303 Microbial Genetics and Genomics  To learn Bacterial gene transfer mechanisms, gene regulations  To understand gene silencing and next generation sequencing.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 3 MIBCC304 Bioinstrumentation and Bioinformatics  Learning of different instrumentation techniques and basics of bioinformatics
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 3 MIBCC305 Clinical Microbiology and Bioinformatics  To learn cultural characterization and biochemical reaction based identification of bacteria.  To learn application of different software used from bioinformatics
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 4 MIBCC 401 Soil and Environmental Microbiology  To understand basics of aero, soil and aquatic microbiology  To learn about plant microbe interaction, production of biofertilizer and biopesticide.
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 4 MIBCC 402 Industrial Microbiology and Fermentation Technology  To understand industrially important microorganisms, primary and secondary metabolites.  To understand downstream processing
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 4 MIBCC 404 Environmental and Industrial Microbiology  To learn isolation and enumeration of microorganism from soil and environment
MSc-Master of Science in Microbiology 4 MIBCC Dissertation  To learn designing experiment, develop hypothesis and carry out research work in most relevant areas of microbiology
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 1 101 English  Course details with English deptt.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 1 102 Introduction to Social Work To acquire awareness of the tradition of Social Service in Indian Society and the current professional approach to Social Work.  To identify characteristics of effective social work and human service provision among people culturally different than themselves  To develop an understanding of the values, principles and goals of professional social work
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 1 103 Social Science concepts for social workers To acquaint the students with the basic sociological concepts. To acquaint the students with different culture and social processes.  To acquaint them with the process of change and development in society in general
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 1 104 Psychology for social workers  Understand the basic concepts and processes in psychology  Understand the nature and scope of social Psychology and its application to Social Work Practice.  Understand the fundamental components of human behaviour and twin roles of individual’s heritage and environmental influences on behaviour
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 2 201 English/Bengali  Course details to be provided by English/Bengali Department.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 2 202 Social Casework  To understand casework as a method of social work  To gain knowledge about the values and principles of working with individuals and families  To develop the ability to critically analyse problems of individuals and families and factors affecting them.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 2 203 Social Science Concepts for Social Workers-II To acquaint students with the concepts of political science and economics. To acquaint students with the structural and functional aspect of Constitution To acquaint students with the political and economic systems of India
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 2 204 Development Issues in North-East  To acquaint students with the challenges to development in the North-East  To acquaint students with the possible alternatives for overcoming theses challenges  To acquaint students with major development issues in the North-East
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 3 301 Foundation Course  Course details to be provided by the concerned Department.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 3 302 Social Group Work Acquire knowledge of the concept of Group, Group work and Social Group Work.  Understanding Group Work as a method of Social Work Practice and its Importance  Understanding and use the skills of Group Work in different setting and situations.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 3 303 Social Work with Children and Families – I To understand the family as a social institution. To understand the impact of Globalization on family & social system. To understand the Governmental efforts for strengthening the families.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 3 304 Social Work Practice with Elderly/ Geriatrics and Social Work Understand the concepts and context of Elderly Population in India. To sensitize the students to the emerging issues and problems of elderly in contemporary India, To enable them to acquires sociological understanding of these issues and problems over and above their commonsense understanding
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 4 401 Working with Communities To deconstruct as well as delineate the idea of a community. To understand the problems and issues which confront different communities. To contextually understand the historical development of community organisation as a method of social work practice.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 4 402 Social Action: Different Ideological Perspectives Understand the concept of social action and its historical evolution as a method of social work.  Understand the use and practice of Social Action in various fields of social work. An analysis of contemporary social action movements in India.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 4 403 Social Work Practice with Differently abled Persons  To understand the concept of disability and its varied dimensions. To make students aware of disability issues and concerns.  To understand the vulnerability of PWDs and encourage students to work towards their rehabilitation
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 4 404 Community Health and Social Work To orient the students to the concepts of Health, its dimensions.  To provide information about different diseases their symptoms causes, diagnosis, treatment management and prevention To help students understand the different national health policies and programmes.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 5 501 Administration of Social Welfare Organisations Develop understanding of the basic concepts and models of Social Welfare and its related terms Develop awareness about the process, scope and principles of Social Welfare Administration  Develop an understanding of the procedure related to establishment and management of Social welfare organization
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 5 502 Law and Social Work Understanding the concept of legal rights as well as civil rights discourse. Understanding various legislative provisions involved in maintaining law and order.  Understanding the criminal justice system in the country and the role of the police, prosecution, correction, and judiciary
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 5 503 Feminist Theory and Social Work Practice To understand the concept of feminism with a focus on the Indian context. To provide an overview of women’s movements and their ideological underpinnings. To provide an overview of women’s participation in work and the undervaluation of women’s labour.
To problematize the social construction of gender and how it marginalizes women. To locate gender in social work practice.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 5 504 Communication and Social Work Practice To understand the key skill of effective communication as a two-way process underpinned by values of participation.  To understand the importance of written communication including accurate record keeping and clear, analytical evidence-based report writing To understand the role of media in advocacy for social change.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 6 601 Research for Social Workers  Understand the need for research in social work practice. Familiarise oneself with basic level research methodology. Be able to write a research proposal.
Be able to plan and conceptualise an effective research problem Be acquainted with the types and processes of social work research. Be able to present a meaningful research report
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 6 602 Integrated Social Work Practice  To facilitate students to understand the ideologies and practices of integration in social work To explain and evaluate how the integrated practice theories and skills are useful to the different target groups. To orient students on ethical values, methods, fields, and models of social work and how to apply these concepts in the integrated social work practice.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 6 603 Social Work and Working Class Understand the concept of life-skills, its various approaches and need for it. Develop an appreciation for the significance of social skills in order to develop oneself and have meaningful relationships. Understand and also inculcate effective thinking skills.
Learn how to deal with emotions and stress.
BSW – Bachelor of Social Work 6 604 Life Skills for Social Work Practice  To make the learners aware about the role of Labour in national economy.  To develop an understanding about the concept and types of labour welfare. To identify scope of social work and role of Social Workers in Labour welfare
To enlighten about the role of labour movements, national and international agencies in improving conditions of working class. To educate few basic Social Security and Labour Laws.
MSW – Master of Social Work 6 601 Research for Social Workers
MSW – Master of Social Work 6 602 Integrated Social Work Practice
MSW – Master of Social Work 6 603 Social Work and Working Class
MSW – Master of Social Work 6 604 Life Skills for Social Work Practice
MSW – Master of Social Work 7 701 Social work Profession To develop an understanding of the historical development of social work as a profession in India and abroad. To understand the diversity in social work practice. To develop sensitivity towards social work values and ethics and critically engage in the debates, contradictions and concerns related to social work.
To contextualise professional social work within its philosophical roots and ideologies of social change To engage with the range of social work perspectives that inform practice. To envisage the future possibilities for professionalization of social work in India.
MSW – Master of Social Work 7 702 Working with Individuals To understand the case work method and its application in practice To equip learners with theoretical knowledge for work with individuals and families To equip learners with values and skills necessary for working with individuals and families.
To develop appropriate attitude and competencies in learners to use the method in practice while working with individual clients and families.
MSW – Master of Social Work 7 703 B Health Service System in India Understand the health delivery system in India Gain familiarity and understanding of the National Health Policy. Have an in-depth knowledge of National Health Programmes and its implementation
MSW – Master of Social Work 7 703 C Livelihoods and Social Entrepreneurship To highlight the evolution of micro-finance as a method of poverty eradication. To understand the SHG as an instrument of micro-finance practice. To know the social enterprises and social entrepreneurship and applicability of these in social work practice.
To understand the concept of poverty and the efforts of poverty eradication programmes
MSW – Master of Social Work 7 704 India’s Political Structure and Development Experience To understand the birth and development of political nationalism through the lens of three prominent political thinkers of modern India. To develop an understanding of the Indian Constitution. To deeply understand the concept of poverty.
To get acquainted with the trajectory of democracy in India To understand the economic trajectory of India’s development experience
MSW – Master of Social Work 8 801 Dynamics of Human Behaviour To understand human mind and behaviour. To understand the perspective of abnormality and psychological disorder. To acquire knowledge of processes and techniques of counselling.
To gain insight in to the concept, traits and theoretical under-pinning’s of personality. To develop holistic understanding of Psychotherapy and its relevance to Social Work practice.
MSW – Master of Social Work 8 802 Working with Groups Develop awareness about the specific characteristics of Group Work and its contributions as a method of social work intervention, Gain knowledge about group formation and the use of a variety of group approaches. Identify the various situations and applications of different theories into social group work practice at different settings
Develop understanding of concepts, dynamics, stages of development
MSW – Master of Social Work 8 803(A) Population and Development Understand why demographic data is essential to understand an economy. Understand the need and significance of effective population policies and their implementation. Familiarise them with the human development indices.
Draw inter-relationships between demography and development.
8 803 (C) Social Exclusion and Inclusion To understand the concept of social exclusion and inclusion. To develop an understanding of institutions and processes which lead to social exclusion. To gain knowledge about measures and strategies which promote social inclusion.
MSW – Master of Social Work 8 804 Social Work Research and Statistics Orient the students about Social Work Research. Train the students in application of statistics in Social Work Research. Train the students to use SPSS.
Enable the students to understand the process of Social Survey. Help the students to acquire Quantitative Research knowledge.
MSW – Master of Social Work 9 901 Social Policy and Social Planning To provide a conceptual and theoretical understanding of Social Policy. To orient students on the concept, nature and mechanism of planning. To develop a critical understanding of the role of the social worker in relation to social policy and social planning.
To facilitate students’ understanding of the various issues of Social Policy formulation and implementation. To develop understanding of the planning process in India.
MSW – Master of Social Work 9 902 Community Organization and Development Practice To recapitulate the concept of community and the concept of community organization as a method of social work practice. To develop critical awareness of students’ own experiences of communities, link them to experiences of CO processes in the field and to generate awareness of challenges and dilemmas of CO practice. To holistically understand the role of a community worker.
To understand the experience of communities and discuss the contours of tensions in contemporary communities at local, national and global level. To understand different strategies and models of community organization and development practice with a specific focus on rural and tribal communities.
MSW – Master of Social Work 9 903 A Advocacy and Social Movements Understand the concepts and context of Social Movements and Social Action. Developing a strong perspective and skill to engage themselves in struggles, protests and movements. To contextualise the social movements and advocacy initiatives.
Develop understanding and analyzing issues in a broader context in order to respond to critical Social realities Acquire Knowledge on the Concepts, Processes and Techniques of Social Advocacy
9 903B Peace and Conflict Studies in Northeast India This course is aimed at helping students to familiarise themselves with the concept of conflict. Endow them with abilities to analyse the conflict-ridden situations prevailing largely in the Northeast today. Recognise the role and functions of various peace building agencies .
Help them to develop a fair understanding of the multi-layered diversities in this region Be able to rationalise how presence of conflict results in a near absence of peace and development.
9 903C Rural Development and Governance To develop an understanding of the concepts and theories of development and governance To develop an understanding of strategies and approaches of rural development in India To gain knowledge about role of state and civil society in governance and development.
MSW – Master of Social Work 9 904 Qualitative Approach to Research To introduce the broad assumptions about nature of social reality and nature of knowledge underlying qualitative research. To understand the designing of qualitative research, develop skills for collecting qualitative data, and understand the analysis and interpretation of qualitative data. To introduce the idea of Triangulation in social research.
To provide an overview of different approaches to qualitative inquiry about social phenomenon. To address issues related to credibility and reliability of findings obtained through qualitative research. To develop writing skills for reporting research findings
MSW – Master of Social Work 10 1001 Social Legislations To orient the students about common issues and terms related to social legislations To acquire information about various legislations relevant to practice situations. To develop a critical understanding of the role of a social worker in the area of social legislation.
MSW – Master of Social Work 10 1002 Social Legislation To understand Procedures involved in establishing and maintaining Social Welfare Organizations To acquire skills to participate in the management of social welfare organization.  Understand the need for, and develop accountability to the public and the professio
Develop the ability to see the relationship between policy and programmes, analyse the process as applied in specific settings, and in specific programmes.
MSW – Master of Social Work 10 1003A Feminist Thoughts and Discourses Understand the history and concept of feminism. Be able to rationalise what it connotes to be a woman. Introduce them to feminist research and feminist social work
Appreciate how race, class and gender come together to act and react upon each other to create inequalities and exclusions. Have a fair understanding of the media hypes related to masculinity and femininity.
10 1003B Urban Community Development To provide an understanding of the various concepts Urban and the process of urbanisation. To acquire information on urban infrastructure and services. To develop an understanding on the structure and functions of urban local-self government
To explain the process of growth of urban scenario and the various social problems. To orient students on urban community development.
MSW – Master of Social Work 10 1004 Research Dissertation Develop the ability to formulate problem and do literature review and To develop the ability to carry out quantitative, qualitative and Mixed method research To develop the ability to use software packages related to qualitative and quantitative data analysis
Develop the ability to prepare research proposal To develop the capacity to write research reports