Programme Specific Outcome (PSO) and Course Outcome (CO) (For individual Departments)


  • Develop a strong concept of linguistics, history of old, medieval and modern Bengali literature. The students should possess the fundamental knowledge of Bengali Rhythms, Alonkar, Baishanab Padabali, Ramayan, Bhagbat, Mahabharata, Shakta Padabali and Annadamangal.
  • Students are enabled to transfer and apply the acquired concepts and principles to study different branches of Bengali literature that is fiction, short story, essay and poetry.
  • Understand the principles and application of classification of Drama, Novels, and Poetry. Develop a conception of aesthetic sense and understand the interdisciplinary approach.
  • Develop ideas on History of Bengali literature and linguistics.
  • Analyse Bengali Rhythms, Alonkar and develop ideas on Ramayan, Bhagbat, Mahabharata, Shakta Padabali , Baishnab Padabali and Annadamangal.
  • Increase conception of Bengali fiction and short story, essay and novel.
  • Understanding about the classification of essay, novel, poetry and criticism.


  • Concept and nature of different forms of Education.
  • State the meaning of Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological aspect of foundation in Education.
  • Discuss the nature of Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological aspect of foundation in Education.
  • Explain the scope of Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological aspect of foundation in Education.
  • Discuss the Historical aspect of foundation in Education.
  • Discuss the meaning, nature, scope, and aims of education. Explain the factors of education and their relationships.
  • Describe the knowledge, reality, and value of different Indian schools of philosophy namely Sankhya, Yoga, and Buddhism.
  • Discuss the educational view of different Western schools of philosophy namely Idealism, Naturalism, Pragmatism.
  • Explain the concept of Democracy, Socialism, and Secularism.
  • State the educational philosophies of Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi Rishi Aurobindo, Rousseau, Dewey, Froebel, B.Russel and A.Whitehed,
  • Discuss the meaning, nature, and scope of Educational sociology and Relation between education and sociology.


  • Creates a profound knowledge of Indian Classical Literature, European Classical Literature, Indian Writing in English, American Literature, British Literature, Women’s Writing, Modern European Drama, Post-Colonial Literature, Partition Literature, Research Methodology, English Language Teaching, and Literary Criticism.
  • Helps in conceiving a sound knowledge on English Literature from14th centuries to Post-Modern Period, with special emphasis on socio-cultural history and history of ideas along with different genres of the concerned periods with the detailed study of some of the recommended texts.
  • Incorporates a detailed study of English Literature of Indian Writing in English and Women’s Writing.
  • Focusing on Indian, American and European Classical Literature
  • Explores Indian Writing in English
  • Enlightens on British Poetry and Drama 14th-17th C
  • Illustrates British Literature the early 20th century
  • Explores British literature: post world war II
  • Exemplifies Literary Theory, Literary Criticism.
  • Focusing on Modern European Drama.


  • The base of geographical knowledge hinged on physical geography. Some of the sub-fields including Geotectonics, Geomorphology, Climatology, Hydrology and Oceanography Biogeography, Soil Geography and Scale, cartographic techniques, studying geological maps, identifying basic rocks and minerals are taught in this programme. These will make the learners efficient in understanding how the earth systems works as well as the surface of the land as a productive unit and structure and function of life on earth.
  • This programme also includes the human geography part namely Social, Cultural and population geography, Political and Economic Geography which will introduce them with another dimension of geography and better understanding of man-environment relationship on earth surface.
  • The Geographical studies is integrated with Practical-based work experience. They are trained in reading and processing of map scale, various cartographic techniques, reading and interpreating Geologial maps, the statistics part makes them efficient in handling geographical data and to draw relations among variables quantitatively. They are also being familier with the remote sensing techniques by understanding the process of obtaining data from atmosphere or space and the processing those data to construct map to extract geographical knowledge therein.
  • Apart from conventional sub-fields, some applied aspects of the discipline also incorporated in the syllabus in terms of some contemporary issues worth discussing. The Geographical Thought is also taught to make a knowledge base of the development of Geography from time to time. The field study at the end of the programme helps the aspirants of geography to understand real life situation of geographical problems and to report them using the knowledge base created throughout the course.
  • Enhancing knowledge on Earth’s Surface Process and Resultant Landforms
  • Conceptualize land as a productive unit and ecological processes for better understanding the man-environment relationship
  • Understand and solve problems of scale, geological map and area measurement. Analyse the geographical problems through statistical tools.
  • Understanding the Earth’s Climate System and Weather. Understand the Patterns of Hydrological Process and Cycle in Detail.
  • Cultural and Sociological setup and Demographic Character in particular reference to India
  • To develop skill for handling geographical data.
  • To expose the dimensions of Political and Economic geography along with The History of The Development of this discipline
  • Introducing to the contemporary issues related to Geography and enhancing their skill in Basic concepts of Remote Sensing
  • Understanding the concept of Regional Planning and Development and with focus on some specific regions
  • Relying hands on Surveying Instruments and developing the concept of surveying
  • Introducing them with field works through surveys, collection of data and making field report.


  • Enables the students to understand the basic difference between political theory and thought, fosters the knowledge about constitution of foreign countries and comparison between them.
  • Enriches the knowledge about western political thought and also helps them to know about the great political thinkers of Europe in ancient and medieval period, increases awareness about Renaissance.
  • Makes them aware about international relations.
  • Fosters the knowledge about Indian political thought with their recent trends and Central-State relation also increases the knowledge of the students about Indian Political Thought and Thinkers.
  • Enables the student to know different areas of political sociology-its nature, scope and relationship with other social sciences.
  • Helps to learn about the organization and theories of public administration including their application in India.
CO :
  • Develop ideas of political theory, ideologies and thoughts.
  • Understanding of constitutional systems of select countries in the world. CO3: `Knowledge of institutions and politics in India with recent trends.
  • Developing knowledge about western political thought and famous thinkers.
  • Conception of political sociology and public administration.
  • To be aware of Indian political thought and movements.
  • Developing knowledge about international relations along with special reference regarding the
  • Relation of India with foreign States.


  • The study of Sociology offers students the opportunity to develop a critical understanding of social processes and structures, so as to be able to live and work in our diverse global society and to apply the tools of social analysis to a broad range of professional, academic and community situations.
  • The methods and knowledge developed by sociologists reflect the complexity of human organization, social life, inequalities and social justice. The newly emerging patterns of social change continue to alter our life, making the effective applications of social analysis more important than ever before in solving problems of inequalities, human organization and justice at a local and global level.
  • Develop a strong foundation of Sociology as a distinctive discipline in Social Science arena, its nature, scope and relationship with other social sciences, basic concepts, principles and different perspectives in studying macro social structures- social groups, social stratification, basic social institutions, social processes, social problems etc.
  • Build a concept of Sociology in India and the study of Indian society and social structure.
  • Conceptualize with critical appraisal the grand theories, micro-macro theories, little and great tradition theory of Sociology and contemporary social issues along with the History of the emergence of Sociology in the Classical era, the Western Classical Sociological thought and the contributions of the pioneers of Sociology in India.
  • Understand the significance of Sociology in studying human societies with variable features and attaining different positions across a variable continuum of stages of technological, economic and social development and change. Conceptualize the process of social change, development of modern organizations, and the importance of demography in bringing about social change. Understand the methodology of Sociological research, its importance and application of different approaches to understand, analyze and resolve social issues for a better life in society as a whole.
  • Sociological research in form of a survey-based dissertation with social issues of individual interest mandatory for all students. Be competent to analyze, understand the problem at hand through literature survey; to develop their search question, to decide on proper methodology and limitations; to collect, analyze and interpret the data to arrive at unbiased conclusions and offer suggestions (if any). Troubleshoot problems and devise alternatives to existing procedures.
CO :
  • Understand the Principles of Sociology and develop knowledge about basic social institutions and also develop knowledge of practicing sociology or applied field of sociology.
  • Develop an understanding about the society in India, conceptualize social problems, build substantial knowledge about the social Welfare measures and policies adopted in India for addressing several social problems.
  • Develop conceptual knowledge about the sociological thought and theory.
  • Develop broad views about the contributions of Western and Indian thinkers in the realm of Sociology.
  • Understand and explore the vast and diverse fields of Rural and Urban Sociology.
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of Social Change and Development. Build substantive knowledge in Social Demography.
  • Explore and understand the field of Social Anthropology and develop a comprehensive understanding of the structure and functioning of Modern Organizations.
  • Understanding and applying Sociological Research Methodology towards conceptualizing and operationalizing social issues with their inherent complexities into sociological research questions and reaching solutions through rigorous application of scientific reasoning and methodological precision.


  • The essence of Philosophy and its very meaning.
  • The value and utility of Philosophy in various fields of life and social arena.
  • Historical aspect of the foundation in Philosophy.
  • Identify the different aspects of Philosophy.
  • Distinguish the difference between Oriental and Occidental philosophy.
  • Understand the relation of ethics and religion with Philosophy
  • Clear idea about religion and ethics.
  • Ability to apply logic.
CO :
  • Discuss the meaning, nature and scope of Philosophy.
  • Explain the factors of Philosophy and their relationships.
  • Describe the knowledge, reality, and value of different Indian schools of philosophy namely Sankhya, Yoga, and Buddhism, Vedanta, Nyaya etc.
  • Discuss the views of different Western schools of Philosophy namely Locke, Kant, Hegel, Spinoza, Descartes, Hume and the likes.
  • Explain the concept of religion.
  • Explain the concept of ethics.
  • Discuss the validity of logic; both Oriental and Occidental.
  • Explain the meaning and nature of social philosophy.
  • Explain the different of schools of philosophy and psychology.
  • Discuss the various aspects of Political Philosophy.



Develop a strong foundation of Historical Idea and its scope, nature and relationship with other social sciences.

Build a concept of Historical study in India and the study of Indian historical writings and its contribution to Indian Culture and Society.

Enables the students to gain the knowledge of Ancient Indian Societies and political perspectives of the Ancient Indian State structure.

Learns about the economic conditions and social structure of ancient, medieval and modern indigenous people.