Affiliated To संत गहिरा गुरु विश्वविद्यालय, सरगुजा, अम्बिकापुर, छत्‍तीसगढ़

B.A. History

Department of History

History of India(From Beginning to 1206 A.D.)

 

CO1- Understand the salient features of Indus valleycivilization.

CO2- Evaluate the features of Buddhism and Jainism.

CO3- Visualize the administration of mauryas and theart and architecture of mauryas.

CO4- Identify the administration of Guptas and theircontribution of Nalanda University.

CO5- Examine the Arab conquest of sindu and the battleof Tarain.

CO6 Introduction of Chhattisgarh – geographicalcondition, nomenclature, Regional and prominent

         dynasties,kalchuri dynesty.

 

History of the World (1453 A.D. to 1890 A.D.)

 

CO1- Describe the Geographical discoveries and theRenaissance movement in Europe.

CO2- Assess the cause and effects of Reformation and CounterReformation movements.

CO3- Describe – Mercantilism, Colonialism theIndustrial Revolution.

CO4- The American war of Independence the French Revolution(1789 A.D.) causes and Impact the

          Napoleonera.

CO5- Conservatism: Vienna congress, Metternich;Internal and External policies.

CO6- The Eastern Question; Causes, Crimean war, Berlincongress Unification of Italy and Germany.

 

History II Year

History of India(from 120 A.D. to 1761 A.D.)

 

CO1- Understand the foundation of the Delhi sultanteand the sultante administration.

CO2- Identify the condition of India under the MughalEmpire.

CO3- Explain the administration and art andarchitecture of sultante and Mughals.

CO4- Recognise the socio, economic and religionsconditions under Vijayanagar Empire.

CO5- Analyse the rise of the Marathas and thecontribution of Shivaji.

 

History of the World (1789 A.D. to 1871 A.D.)

 

CO1- The Revolution of France from 1789 to 1815 A.D.National convention, Administration of directory.

CO2- Rise Achievement and the downfall of Napoleon Bonapart.

CO3- Vienna congress and the concept of Europe Age ofMetternich the Revolution of 1830 A.D. and 1848

          A.D.

CO4- Liberalism in England Reforms of 1832 A.D. and1867 A.D.

CO5- Nationalism in Europe; Unification of Italy andGermany.

 

History III Year

History of Indiafrom 1761 A.D. to 1950 A.D.

 

CO1- Extend of British Empire : Carnatic war, Baksarwar, and Plasi war. Subsidiary alliance.

CO2- Commercialism: Industry and Business collapsepermanent settlement: Ryatwari, Mahalwari.

CO3- Indian renaissance-Social and Religious reform.

CO4- The revolution of 1857 Gandhian movement.

CO5- Constitutional development of India-Diarchy of1919 and specialty of constitutional of India.

 

World History from 1871 to 1945 A.D.

 

CO1- The third Republic of France foreign policy ofWilliam II.

CO2- Modernization of Japan, Russo-Japanese war 1905A.D. Chinese Revolution 1911 A.D.

CO3- Eastern problem: Berlin congress, Young TurkRevolution and Balkan wars.

CO4- Warsai Treaty.

CO5- United Nations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program Specific Outcomes

PSO1- AHistory graduate can find employment with archaeological survey of India orwith private firms

            relatedto archaeology.

PSO2- For History graduates the option of publicservice is always open.

PSO3- Work as a teacher in schools and High schools.

PSO4- Serve as conservator and tourist guide in historicalmovements.

PSO5- NGOs and social welfare organization also employBA History graduates.

 

Program Outcome of B.A.

 

PO1- Students will increase their understanding of theculture and society in which they live.

PO2- Students will understand the historical andOrganisational foundation of the American education

          systemand be able to address contemporary issues in the teaching profession.