• To make learners aware of the diachronic and synchronic dimensions of their chosen area of specialization
  • To introduce learners to the latest developments in the chosen area
  • To give learners a frame of reference that will help them see issues in their interrelation with related fields or lend them a focus on particular areas and approaches
  • To give learners a practical orientation in the skills acquired in their areas through Major-Based and Skill-Based Optionals
  • To promote an inter-disciplinary approach to put their areas of specialization in relation to other relevant domains of knowledge
  • To cultivate in learners the skills and methodologies specific to their areas
  • To promote citizenship qualities by sensitizing learners to issues of the environment, gender and socio-ethical values
  • To promote a concern for society through suitable extension activities
  • To promote man-making education through extra-curricular activities like Sports, Fine-Arts and Cultural Programmes
  • To contribute to the formation of character and personality through socialization activities and leadership training through Association and Club Activities.


At the end of the UG Programmes, students would have ….

  • acquired a descriptive and historical perspective on the core subject of specialization.
  • gained an idea of the latest developments-theoretical and practical- in the area of specialization.
  • developed the knowledge-base to relate their core area with related branches of learning.
  • cultivated the skills to utilize what they have learnt in real life situations.
  • gained an inter-disciplinary approach to undertake research/gain employment in specific areas.
  • acquired the skills and methodologies specific to their areas.
  • become environment-conscious and value-oriented.
  • shaped into good citizens with social sense and a concern for social justice.
  • developed a sound balanced personality.
  • become employable in areas suited to their Discipline.


  • 1. To give learners a broader and deeper perspective on their chosen core areas
  • To promote application-oriented learning through Elective Courses
  • To initiate learners in Research Work
  • To develop Library and Reference skills through Assignments and Term Papers
  • To promote oratorical and rhetorical skills through participation in seminars, conferences, public viva and debates
  • To prepare learners for competitive examinations like NET, SLET, TRB and Civil Services
  • To cultivate leadership quality through training in event management


At the end of the PG Programmes, students would have ….

  • acquired a broader and deeper knowledge of the core area.
  • developed the necessary scholastic skills through practice-oriented Elective Courses.
  • become familiar with the processes of Research and the conventions of Research Writing.
  • developed the expected analytic, synthetic reference and organizing skills needed to present particular points of view.
  • become fairly good speakers with the requisite presentation skills.
  • cultivated the skills needed to clear Competitive Examinations.
  • learnt to work in groups and the skills of team building.
  • got interested in socially relevant topics.
  • become employable in position suited to the respective core and related areas.