Programmes

Programmes

 

Curricular Aspects

            The department offers BA, MA, Ph.D. Programs. The faculties of the department discuss on the ongoing courses and to meet with changing times the syllabi of these courses have been revised regularly. In 2016 a complete restructuring was undertaken in the syllbi and some new courses were introduced. This was looked into at regular intervals and minor changes have been made accordingly since 2016

Course offered in History

            We offer Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Ph.D. level programme. Our department offers two years (4 semesters) Programme for Post Graduate (M.A.) and three years programme for B.A. (6 semesters). Apart from the conventional courses our department offers special courses like Science & Technology in India & Application of History in Tourism. The faculty members are highly trained and devoted to make the students well trained.

Course

Semester

Credits by department

Total Intake

B.A.

06

56

120

M.A.

04

80

37

Ph.D.

6 Sem. including 1 Sem. of Course Work (According To Ordinance 23 & 23 (A)

18

Based on available Supervisor

Admission Procedure

The admission of the students for UG, PG and Ph.D. Courses in History are made on the basis of merit of entrance test, conducted normally in the month of May every year at different centres, located throughout the country, followed by counselling.

System of CBCS in Teaching

The globally recognised Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) of teaching and continuous internal evaluation is successfully implemented   in the University & in our department. Students as well as teachers both are now well versed and appreciate this new system of teaching and instructions. The credit transfer facility is also available in this system. In this system we take two mid semester examinations and End semester examination.

 

SCHEME

B.A. Program

COURSE CODE

NAME OF THE COURSE

L

T

P

C

 

First Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-111

History of India from Earliest Times up to 300 CE

4

2

0

6

 

Second Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-211

History of India (C.300 - 1206)

4

2

0

6

 

Third Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-311

History of India (C.1206 - 1707)

4

2

0

6

HIS-SE-312

Indian History & Culture

2

0

0

2

HIS-SE-313

Museums & Archives in India

2

0

0

2

 

Fourth Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-411

History of India (C.1707 – 1950)

4

2

0

6

HIS- SE -412

Medieval Indian Architecture

2

0

0

2

HIS-SE-413

Ethnographic Practices in India: Tradition of Embroidery, Textile Making, Knitting, Handicrafts

2

0

0

2

 

Fifth Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-EC-511

Western World : 15th – 18th Century

4

2

0

6

HIS-EC-512

Some Aspects of European History (C.1789-1945)

4

2

0

6

HIS-SE-513

Orality And Oral Culture In India

2

0

0

2

HIS-SE-514

An Introduction to Archaeology

2

0

0

2

HIS-GE-515

Indian Freedom Movement

4

2

0

6

HIS-GE-516

Women Studies in India

4

2

0

6

 

Sixth Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-EC-611

National Liberation Movements in 20th Century World

4

2

0

6

HIS-EC-612

Patterns of Capitalism in Europe: 16th Century to Early 20th Century

4

2

0

6

HIS-SE-613

Documentation & Visual Culture

2

0

0

2

HIS-SE-614

Historical Tourism: Theory & Practice

2

0

0

2

HIS-GE-615

Development of Education in Colonial India

4

2

0

6

HIS-GE-616

History of Indian Journalism: Colonial & Post Colonial Period

4

2

0

6

 

M.A. Course

COURSE CODE
NAME OF THE COURSE

L

T

P

C

 

First Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS–CC-121

Historiography, Concepts, Methods and Tools

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-122

Twentieth Century World

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-123

Political History of Modern India (C.E. 1757-1856)

4

1

0

5

HIS-EC-124

Dalit Movements in Modern India

3

1

0

4

           

 

Second Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-221

Historiography : Concept, Method and Tools

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-222

Twentieth Century World

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-223

History of India  (C.E. 1757 - 1857)

4

1

0

5

HIS-EC-224

Research Methodology

3

1

0

4

HIS-OE-225

History of Science and Technology in Ancient and Medieval India

2

0

0

2

HIS-OE-226

Gandhian Thoughts

2

0

0

2

HIS-OE-227

The Revolution of 1857

2

0

0

2

HIS-OE-228

History and cultural values of Pranami Sect

2

0

0

2

 

Third Semester

 

 

 

 

HIS-CC-321

History of India (C.E.1858 – 1905)

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-322

History of Ideas

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-323

History of Bundelkhand with special reference to Popular Revolt (upto C.E.1857)

4

1

0

5

HIS-EC-324

Application of History in Tourism and its Management

3

1

0

4

HIS-OE-325

History of Science and Technology in Modern India

2

0

0

2

HIS-OE-326

History of Indian Cinema (C.E.1896-1947)

2

0

0

2

HIS-OE-328

Dr. Harisingh Gour: Life, Contribution and Ideology

2

0

0

2

 

Fourth Semester

       

HIS-CC-421

History of India (C.E 1905-1964)

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-422

Economic History of India (C.E. 1757-1947)

4

1

0

5

HIS-CC-423

History of Bundelkhand with special reference to Popular Revolts (C.E.1858 –1961)

4

1

0

5

HIS-EC-424

Feminism and Women’s History in Modern India

3

1

0

4

HIS-EC-425

Report of the Tour of Historical Site

1

0

3

4

HIS-EC-426

Dissertation

3

0

1

4

 

Ph.D.

COURSE CODE

NAME OF THE COURSE

L

T

P

C

HIS-CC- 141

Research Methodology

4

0

0

4

HIS-CC- 142

Medieval & Modern Indian Historiography

4

0

0

4

HIS-CC- 143

Research and Publication Ethics

1

0

1

2

HIS-EC -144

Review of Literature

4

0

0

4

HIS-EC- 145

Cultural Heritage of India (C.E. 1200-1947)

4

0

0

4

HIS-EC- 146

Representative Thinkers of Modern India

 

 

 

 

HIS-EC- 147

History of Bundelkhand

4

0

0

4

Course outcome of Programmes:

BA

  • HIS-CC-111: History of India from Earliest times up to 300 CE

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the political, society, economy and religion of the ancient period from Pre Harappan down to Mauryan empire

  • HIS-CC-211: History of India (C.300-1206)

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the society and economy of the period from 300C AD to 1206 AD

  • HIS-CC-311: History of India (C.1206-1707)

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the political, social and economic reforms of Sultanat and Mughal times.

  • HIS-SE-312: Indian History and Culture

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the various facets of culture in history.

  • HIS-SE-313: Museums and Archives in India

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding  of various Museums and their functions and structure.

  • HIS-CC-411: History of India (C.1707-1950)

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of events from 1707-1950 and its social, economic repercussions.

  • HIS- SE -412: Medieval Indian Architecture

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of different styles of architecture of Provincial Kingdoms.

  • HIS-SE-413: Ethnographic Practices in India: Tradition of Embroidery, Textile making, Knitting, Handicrafts

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of Textile making over the ages in India.

  • HIS-EC-511: Political History of Modern Europe: 15th-18th Century

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the political events and trends of Modern Europe from 15th-18th Century.

  • HIS-EC-512: Some Aspects of European History (C.1789-1945)

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the political events and trends of Modern Europe from French revolution to the end of II World War.

  • HIS-SE-513: Orality and Oral Culture in India

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of Oral traditions in Historical Writings.

  • HIS-SE-514: An Introduction to Archaeology

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of Archaeology as a tool of History.

  • HIS-GE-515: Indian Freedom Movement

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the various movements which brought independence to the country.

  • HIS-GE-516: Women Studies in India

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the knowledge of Women’s movement in Colonial and Post Colonial India

  • HIS-EC-611: National Liberation Movements in 20th Century World

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of the nature of colonialism and nationalism in 20th century.

  • HIS-EC-612: Patterns of Capitalism in Europe:16th Century to Early 20th Century

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of industrial revolution in England, Germany and the rise of Capitalism therein.

  • HIS-SE-613: Documentation and Visual Culture

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of various methods of documentation in grasping History.

  • HIS-SE-614: Historical tourism: Theory and Practice

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of  tourist sites and its importance in History.

  • HIS-GE-615: Development of Education in Colonial India

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of various educational commissions appointed in India by the British government and their policies.

  • HIS-GE-616: History of Indian Journalism: Colonial and Post Colonial Period

After studying the course the Student will have an understanding of, how journalism became an effective tool in creating the awareness in colonial and post colonial India

Course outcome of Programmes:

M.A.

  • HIS-CC-121: Historiography, Concepts, Methods and Tools

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of different approaches and tools of historiography.

  • HIS-CC-122: Twentieth century World

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of various currents prevailing in World in twentieth century.

  • HIS-CC-123: Political History of Modern India (C.E. 1757-1856)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of political conditions prevailing during C.E. 1757-1856

  • HIS-EC-124: Dalit Movements in Modern India

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of different dalit movements launched in modern India.

  • HIS-CC-221: Historiography, Concepts, methods and Tools

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of different approaches and tools of historiography.

  • HIS-CC-222: Twentieth century World

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of various currents prevailing in World in twentieth century.

  • HIS-CC-223: History of India (C.E. 1757-1857)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of social and educational policies during C.E. 1757-1857

  • HIS-EC-224: Research Methodology

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of different tools of Research.

  • HIS-OE-225: History of Science and Technology in Ancient and Medieval India

After studying the course the Students will be aware of elements of Science and Technology in ancient and medieval India.

  • HIS-OE-226: Gandhian Thoughts

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various ideas and thoughts of Gandhiji.

  • HIS-OE-227: The Revolution of 1857

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various struggle resulting in revolt of 1857.

  • HIS-OE-228: History and cultural values of Pranami Sect

After studying the course the Students will be developed in the Moral values.

  • HIS-CC-321: History of India (C.E. 1858-1905)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of Britishers policy in educational and social area and the birth of nationalism in India.

  • HIS-CC-322: History of Ideas

After studying the course the Students will be aware of political, religious and social ideas in History;.

  • HIS-CC-323: History of Bundelkhand with special reference to popular Revolt (up to C.E. 1857)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various revolts that took place in Bundelkhand.

  • HIS-EC-324: Application of History in Tourism and its Management

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of Tourism, its impact and management.

  • HIS-OE-326: History of Science and Technology in Modern India

After studying the course the Students will be aware of elements of Science and Technology in modern India.

  • HIS-OE-327: History of Indian Cinema (C.E. 1896-1947)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various dimensions of Indian Cinema.

  • HIS-OE-328: Dr. Harisingh Gour: Life, Contribution and Ideology

After studying the course the Students will be aware of the contribution made by Dr. Harisingh Gour to society and religion.

  • HIS-CC-421: History of India (C.E. 1905-1964)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various movements for freedom and approach of British government towards them.

  • HIS-CC-421: History of India (C.E. 1905-1964)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various movements for freedom and approach of British government towards them.

  • HIS-CC-422: Economic History of India (C.E. 1757-1947)

After studying the course the Students will develop an understanding of economic measures and policies undertaken by British government, resulting in impoverishment of Indian economy..

  • HIS-CC-423: History of Bundelkhand with special reference to popular Revolts ( C.E. 1858-1961)

After studying the course the Students will be aware of various popular movements to protest British government that took place in Bundelkhand  during the period.

  • HIS-EC-424: Feminism and Women’s History in Modern India

After studying the course the Students will be aware of rise of feminism and status of Women in the periods of History.

  • HIS-EC-425: Report of the Tour of Historical Sites

After studying the course the Students will develop first hand information of the Historical sites and its peculiar features.

  • HIS-EC-426: Dissertation

The research abilities of the students will reflect in the dissertation, which will be composed after proper interpretation

Ph.D.

  • HIS- CC-141: Research Methodology

Intended learning outcomes are to demonstrate the ability to choose methods appropriate to research aims and objectives. Understand the limitations of particular research methods. Develop skills in qualitative and quantitative data analysis and presentation. Develop advanced critical thinking skills

  • HIS-CC-142: Medieval & Modern Indian Historiography

A Students will learn and develop skills to evaluate different historical writings , the sources, methods, motivations, and interpretations behind historical narratives.Students will point out strengths and weaknesses of a historical argument, Students will understand the historical contexts of different historical interpretations in different sources of historical writings, Students compare, contrast, and explain differences between historical accounts.

  • HIS-EC-143: Review of Literature

Students will learn the art of reviewing a literary source which will help them in undertaking a good research work.

  • HIS-EC-144: Cultural Heritage of India (C.E. 1200-1947)

A Student will learn and develop skills to be acquainted with the culture of India in different periods of History.

  • HIS-EC-145: Representative Thinkers of Modern India

After the completion of the course, Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of a range of different ideas which shaped the Indian polity and different spheres of socio- economic life.

  • HIS-EC-146: History of Bundelkhand

The students will be able to learn and appreciate the underlying unity amidst the diversity of the Bundelkhand history it’s socio-economic and cultural life of this vast region and to understand the trends and sources of regional history.

Students Demand for UG and PG

S. No.

Session

Application Received

Sanctioned Strength

Students Enrolled

UG

PG

UG

PG

UG

PG

1.     

2015-16

1850

22

80

30

80

11

2.     

2016-17

2118

28

120

30

120

18

3.     

2017-18

1059

26

120

30

120

15

4.     

2018-19

1682

40

120

30

120

29

5.     

2019-20

1892

49

136

34

136

20

6.     

2020-21

2386

111

151

37

165

37

7.     

2021-22

1411

96

161

37

170

37

 Scheme of Examination

Mid Semester Examination        :          20 Marks

Internal Assessment                  :          15 Marks

End Semester Examination        :          60 Marks

Internal Assessment will be done based on any one methodology:

Assignment

Presentation

Quiz

The distribution of Marks for Internal Assessment shall be as follows:

Evaluation of any one Methodology    :         15 Marks

Attendance                                :          05 Marks

The marks for attendance shall be awarded as follows:

  • 75% and below :         00 Marks
  • > 75% and upto 80% :          01 Mark
  • > 80 % and upto 85%             :          02 Mark
  • > 85 % and upto 90%             :          03 Mark
  • > 90% and upto 95%             :          04 Mark
  • > 95%             :          05 Mark

In order to be eligible to appear in End Semester Examination a student must appear in Mid Semester Examination and Internal Assessment.