Program Outcomes, Program Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes

 

The Institution runs UG and PG programs. At UG level, there are five programs available:

 

1.B.A. with History

2.B.A. with Gujarati

3.B.A. with Hindi

4.B.A. with Economics

5.B.Com. with Accountancy

 

At PG level, two programs are offered

 

1.M.A. with History

2.M.A. with Gujarati

 

The syllabi of all these programs are decided by the authorizing bodies of the University to which the Institutionisaffiliated.However,thefaculties,asmembersofBoardofStudiesoftheirrespectivesubjects, do have their voice in the selection of the prescribed text-books. The syllabi are decided keeping in mind the holistic development of the students.

 

By the end of the UG program, the student acquires the necessary information, knowledge and skills regardingthesubjectsofhis/herstudies.Thestudentacquirestheemployabilityandself-confidencetoearn his/her livelihood. The syllabi as well as the teaching-learning process in the classroom make sure that the student becomes a responsible citizen and not turn out to be a nuisance to the society he/she lives in.

 

History is offered as major subject at UG and PG level. History is a record of all the events that happened during the human life. It is the barometer of the development of mankind. The study of the subject makes the students aware of the history of our nation as well as that of the world. It also offers a chance to learn from the mistakes made by others in past or to be inspired by the great events and great historical figures and thereby improve our present. This subject is very important for the competitive examinations. The students can get employed as a researcher or curator at historical museums or archives. They can also getemployed as teachers after completing B.Ed. or as college-teacher after completing necessary research works.

 

In the Faculty of Arts, four languages are taught viz. Gujarati, Hindi, Sanskrit and English. Among them, Gujarati and Hindi are offered as major or core compulsory subjects. Gujarati is also offered as major subject at PG level. Gujarati is the vernacular or the mother-tongue of most of the students. The Institution is situated in the rural area and is attached to many tribal areas in the vicinity. Most of the students come from the rural or tribal background. Therefore, language, be it a mother-tongue (Gujarati), or national language (Hindi) or dev-bhasha (Sanskrit) or global language (English), has always been a big constraint.

 

Language, as known to all, is a great tool for communication and a powerful medium to learn any subject. Many students coming from the tribal areas speak dialect of their region and hence their efficiency in Gujarati is not up to the mark. The written and spoken efficiency of students in all the above mentioned four languages are not satisfactory.

 

In this situation, the teaching of Gujarati as a major or minor or as a Foundation Course can improve the language proficiency of the students. The subject improves their writing and pronunciation. In the Foundation Course in Gujarati, students are taught Business Communication which can help them get job in private sectors.

 

Hindi is offered as a major subject at UG level in the Faculty of Arts. Hindi is the constitutionally approved National Language and therefore certain level of proficiency in it is needed in all the students. Being the national language, it is important as a common medium of communication throughout the nation. Hindi is also the third major language of the world and therefore its knowledge becomes very helpful in inter-state migration and it promotes mobility. The students learn to speak and write correctly in Hindi and to enjoy and evaluate literature written in Hindi. They also become aware of the rich heritage of literature written in Hindi. They know the names of great literary figures and literary works in Hindi.

 

Sanskrit is taught as a subsidiary or Core Elective course in the Faculty of Arts. Sanskrit is considered the Dev-Bhasha or the Classical Language of our country. We all are in touch with it in the forms of shlokas and stutis performed in religious rituals. The students become aware of the mythological and cultural heritage of our country. The students can make their career in research in the mythological and cultural heritage of the country. They also learn that the Sanskrit has been the mother of most of the Indian languages.

 

English is taught as a Foundation Course in all the years in both the faculties. The basic knowledge of the English language among students is considerably poor with just few exceptions. The students who perform very well in other subjects are often weak in English. The subject offers them proficiency in the global language. They learn business communication and other writing and communication skills. They are also exposed to some literary pieces such as short stories, essays and poems along with some grammar topics. The efficiency in business communication can be helpful in getting jobs in private sectors as well as government services. The students become aware of the literary figures and literary works in this language.

 

Psychology is offered as subsidiary or Core Elective subject in the Faculty of Arts. The study of the subject helps students understand his/her own behavior as well as that of others. The students learn to successfully interact with others.  They can improve their problem-solving capacity and adjustment with other people in their lives. The subject also help them how to develop healthy human relationships with others in personal life as well as in professional life. The efficiency in the subject can get them jobs as mentor or practice as counselor or psychiatrist.

 

Economics is offered as a major or core compulsory subject in the Faculty of Arts. The student studying the subject learns the global economic trends, effects of inflation and recession on corporate and individual life. The subject can be a bit difficult for the students coming from the tribal and rural background. This subject is related to Business Administration and thus is complementary to each other. 

 

In the Commerce Faculty, Accountancy subject is offered as a major or core compulsory subject. The subject trains students in the modern methods of accountancy. The students are taught Financial Accountancy, Advanced Accountancy, and Corporate Accountancy during the three years. After graduation, the students can get employment in the private sectors or government job as an accountant or as an auditor. 

 

In the Business Administration subject of the Commerce Faculty, the students are taught how to manage things and events in business. The students acquire skills from the planning to how to control or manage corporate things and events. The students learn how to fulfill the purpose by coordinating things. 

 

Taxation is taught as a Self-Finance course to the first year to the third year B.Com students. It is offered as a minor or Core Elective course. The students who pass B.Com with Taxation can work as private Tax-Practitioner. Moreover, they can get employment in the Income-Tax Department also.

 

Banking subject in the Commerce Faculty imparts the practical knowledge of the banking system of our country. The students learn the importance of the banking procedure and its importance in the professional as well as personal life. 

 

Marketing subject in the Commerce Faculty teaches students the entire procedure from the production to the sale of a product. It also provides information regarding the marketing strategies of the service sector. The students are also trained in Self-Marketing skill. They are informed of the global changes in this field. 

 

Apart from these core and elective courses, some inter-disciplinary subjects are also taught across the BA and B.Com faculties. They are:

1.     Environmental Studies

2.     Family Studies

3.     Impact of Modernization on Language and Literature

4.     Population Education

5.     History of Major Revolutions

6.     History of Indian Culture

 

Environmental Studies is a compulsory inter-disciplinary subject for the first year B.A. and B.Com students. It makes students aware of the present burning environmental issues and their responsibilities as a wakeful citizen.

 

The course Family Studies is offered at first year B.A. as an inter-disciplinary subject. It makes students aware of the existing types of Indian family, marriage institution, types of marriages, family planning etc. All these information may not help them get a job but is very necessary in understanding the base of the Indian family.

 

The course The Impact of Modernization on Language and Literature is offered at the first year B.A. as an inter-disciplinary subject. It teaches students how the Gujarati language and Gujarati literature got affected by the modernization in all walks of life.

 

Population Education is offered at the second year B.A. as an inter-disciplinary subject. It makes students aware of the problems caused by population, census and family planning.

 

History of Major Revolutions is offered as an inter-disciplinary subject at the second year B.A. As its name suggests, it gives information regarding the major historical revolutions; why they took place, what were their impacts etc.

 

History of Indian Culture is offered as an inter-disciplinary subject at the second year B.A. It makes students aware of the rich cultural heritage of our country. The students know how the Indian culture has changed so far.

 

Statistics for Business is taught at the first year B.Com as a compulsory subject. It teaches students how to prepare statistical data. It develops their analytical skill that can help them in future while making survey or project etc.