M.A. (History)

M.A. (History)

The 2 years postgraduate programme in History includes all courses in accordance with UGC guidelines. It cnsists of courses on Indian History, European History and also offers a basket of Elective and Specialised papers. The MA programme also trains the students in writing dissertations.

Benifits: –
1. The Masters programme trains the student in developing an in-depth understanding of history.
2. The student will be prepared for exams like NET and academic teaching positions.
3. The MA dissertation course trains the student for further research like MPhil and PhD.
4. The students are also trained in proposal writing and other skills for applying for further research abroad.

Eligibility

Minimum 50% aggregate 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board and Minimum 50% aggregate in Undergraduate degree in with respective subjects from any recognised University in India or abroad.

Duration (in Year): 2

Admission Procedure
Admission to the course will take place in terms of the Admission Notification issued by the University every year before the commencement of the academic session. Selection for admission to the course will be based on the eligibility criteria, performance in the admission test and also on the policy of reservation, if any, as indicated in the admission notification

Summer School / Winter School / Projects
Summer School in Different International Universities/ Internship in Various NGOs and Corporate Organizations

Career Placement
1.Teaching positions.
2. Civil Services and other government jobs.
3. Research positions at various Social Science research institutes.
4. NGO jobs and social activism.
5. Jobs at media houses, art history magazines.
6. Further research like MPhil and PhD.

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M.A. (History)

The 2 years postgraduate programme in History includes all courses in accordance with UGC guidelines. It cnsists of courses on Indian History, European History and also offers a basket of Elective and Specialised papers. The MA programme also trains the students in writing dissertations.

Benifits: –
1. The Masters programme trains the student in developing an in-depth understanding of history.
2. The student will be prepared for exams like NET and academic teaching positions.
3. The MA dissertation course trains the student for further research like MPhil and PhD.
4. The students are also trained in proposal writing and other skills for applying for further research abroad.

Eligibility

Minimum 50% aggregate 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board and Minimum 50% aggregate in Undergraduate degree in with respective subjects from any recognised University in India or abroad.

Duration (in Year): 2

Admission Procedure
Admission to the course will take place in terms of the Admission Notification issued by the University every year before the commencement of the academic session. Selection for admission to the course will be based on the eligibility criteria, performance in the admission test and also on the policy of reservation, if any, as indicated in the admission notification

Summer School / Winter School / Projects
Summer School in Different International Universities/ Internship in Various NGOs and Corporate Organizations

Career Placement
1.Teaching positions.
2. Civil Services and other government jobs.
3. Research positions at various Social Science research institutes.
4. NGO jobs and social activism.
5. Jobs at media houses, art history magazines.
6. Further research like MPhil and PhD.

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B.A. (Hons) History

B.A. (Hons) History

Introduction to the course:

The department provides scope employ ability skills and the capacity to communicate effectively. The department of history at Adamas offers courses to provide a holistic understanding of the subject.  The courses on Indian and World history are designed to train students for competitive examinations as well.  It also offers courses to inculcate research productivity among the students. Following the New Education Policy, History has implemented Liberal Education, which is a cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary way to study the subject. This programme includes 14 foundation courses for the first year and specialization for the next semesters. The papers are not only keeping up with traditional core subjects but also skill-based and industry friendly to increase the employability of students.

 

Programme Objectives:

PEO 01: Students will acquire extensive knowledge on all the traditionally divided time-periods of human civilization viz, Ancient, Medieval and Modern.

PEO 02: Graduates will work with professional integrity and concern for society and the wider world.

PEO 03: Interdisciplinary curriculum will break the disciplinary boundaries and provide avenues of engagement with other social sciences and pure science subjects

PEO 04: Internship opportunities will lead to greater exposure to the subject.

PEO 05: Skill development courses will enhance their creativity as well as employability.

 

Programme Outcomes:

PO 01: Development of analytical thinking: Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of Historical theories and principles and able to integrate the knowledge in more constructive ways

 PO 02: Application of historical Principles: Apply the knowledge of historical principles in different areas of historical research as well as in more applied areas of humanities

PO 03: Fundamentals of Historical Research: Conceptualize, conduct, organize,

integrate and execute independent forms of research by applying the principles of research methodology

PO 04: Application of theoretical approaches

PO 05: Soft skills and effective communication: Demonstrate soft skills and effective communication skills while dealing with clients and professional bodies.

PO 06: Develop communication skills: Develop skills of communication within the social science domain as well as the society at large and chart ways out for wider interaction

PO 07: Ethical behaviour: Commitment to ethical principles and professional ethics as well as being responsible for the community at large.

PO 08: Collective Effort: Inculcate the values of teamwork and the ability to work in multidisciplinary settings

PO 9: Respect for multilingual culture: In-depth study and research into the multicultural fabric of the society and work for their preservation against extinction

PO 11: Industry friendly skill development: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding the basic literary theories and applying them in literary communications and create newer texts.

PO 12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of literary change.

 

Eligibility:
Minimum 50% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board.

 

Duration (in Year): 3

 

Career Avenues:

  • Museologist
  • Curator
  • Archaeologist
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Media house
  • Translator and Interpreter
  • Content Writing
  • Film Industry and OTT
  • Publication House
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Advertising Agency
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B.A. (Hons) History

Introduction to the course:

The department provides scope employ ability skills and the capacity to communicate effectively. The department of history at Adamas offers courses to provide a holistic understanding of the subject.  The courses on Indian and World history are designed to train students for competitive examinations as well.  It also offers courses to inculcate research productivity among the students. Following the New Education Policy, History has implemented Liberal Education, which is a cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary way to study the subject. This programme includes 14 foundation courses for the first year and specialization for the next semesters. The papers are not only keeping up with traditional core subjects but also skill-based and industry friendly to increase the employability of students.

 

Programme Objectives:

PEO 01: Students will acquire extensive knowledge on all the traditionally divided time-periods of human civilization viz, Ancient, Medieval and Modern.

PEO 02: Graduates will work with professional integrity and concern for society and the wider world.

PEO 03: Interdisciplinary curriculum will break the disciplinary boundaries and provide avenues of engagement with other social sciences and pure science subjects

PEO 04: Internship opportunities will lead to greater exposure to the subject.

PEO 05: Skill development courses will enhance their creativity as well as employability.

 

Programme Outcomes:

PO 01: Development of analytical thinking: Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of Historical theories and principles and able to integrate the knowledge in more constructive ways

 PO 02: Application of historical Principles: Apply the knowledge of historical principles in different areas of historical research as well as in more applied areas of humanities

PO 03: Fundamentals of Historical Research: Conceptualize, conduct, organize,

integrate and execute independent forms of research by applying the principles of research methodology

PO 04: Application of theoretical approaches

PO 05: Soft skills and effective communication: Demonstrate soft skills and effective communication skills while dealing with clients and professional bodies.

PO 06: Develop communication skills: Develop skills of communication within the social science domain as well as the society at large and chart ways out for wider interaction

PO 07: Ethical behaviour: Commitment to ethical principles and professional ethics as well as being responsible for the community at large.

PO 08: Collective Effort: Inculcate the values of teamwork and the ability to work in multidisciplinary settings

PO 9: Respect for multilingual culture: In-depth study and research into the multicultural fabric of the society and work for their preservation against extinction

PO 11: Industry friendly skill development: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding the basic literary theories and applying them in literary communications and create newer texts.

PO 12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of literary change.

 

Eligibility:
Minimum 50% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board.

 

Duration (in Year): 3

 

Career Avenues:

  • Museologist
  • Curator
  • Archaeologist
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Media house
  • Translator and Interpreter
  • Content Writing
  • Film Industry and OTT
  • Publication House
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Advertising Agency
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