Name of the programme
Scheme of the programme
The Scheme of Examinations and Credits for M.A. History Programme (Regular):
The Scheme of Examination will be as under:
Time : 3 Hours
Maximum Marks of a Course: 100 Marks
Theory (External) : 80 Marks
Internal Assessment : 20 Marks, Division of Marks as given below:
The Examination System will be based on the CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) and LOCF (Learning Outcomes-Based Curriculum Framework)
Course Outcomes and Mapping Matrix:
Table: Scale of Mapping between COs and POs & COs and PSOs
A. COs Attainment Levels for Internal Assessment:
Table given below shows the CO attainment levels for Internal Assessment assuming the set target of 60% marks:
Table given below shows the CO attainment levels for End Semester Examination assuming the set target of 60% marks.
The Programme Courses Details Semester-wise:
Note: The detailed syllabus is available on KUK Website.
PSO (Programme Specific Outcomes)
The M.A. History Programme not only facilitate the students in enhancing their knowledge of the specializations of their choice, but also in fostering other important attributes of a civilized human society.
The students will acquire conceptual understanding of different processes, currents and streams of History and the significance of historical developments since the professionalization of the discipline and their relevance to a student’s specialist area of study.
The students will acquire comprehensive understanding of the epistemological and methodological distinctiveness of history as a discipline, and an ability to reflect on the significance of the influence of other disciplines on the development of historical method.
The students will acquire such a critical understanding of the historiographical developments which would further enable them to assess critical and scholarly writing in history.
PO (Programme Outcomes)
Self-Directed Learning: Develop the ability to work independently as well as effectively in the changing environment.
Knowledge: Demonstrate knowledge of historical emergence, questions asked, and distinctive contributions of the social science disciplines to the analysis of human behavior and social issues.
Problem Solving: Visualize, conceptualize, articulate and solve complex problems through experimentation and observation using theoretical framework of social science disciplines.
Critical Thinking: Critically analyze everyday problems faced by the society, evaluate specific policy proposals, compare arguments with different conclusions to a specific societal issue and assess the role played by assumptions in such arguments.
Scientific Enquiry: Develop the capability of defining problems, formulate hypothesis, collect relevant data, develop empirical evidence and interpret the results of such analyses.
Usage of Analytical Tools: Develop the ability to apply appropriate quantitative/qualitative techniques used in social science disciplines along with ICT, softwares etc.
Specialization and Employability: Develop deeper understanding, creativity, originality, analytical and critical skills in chosen specialized areas of social science disciplines leading to employability.
Inter-disciplinary Knowledge & Adaptation: Enhance the ability to integrate as well as synthesize the acquired knowledge within the social sciences and beyond.
Ethics: Articulate and apply ethics, values and ideals that demonstrate awareness of current societal challenges.
Leadership: Build skills to work as part of a team and lead others, setting directions and formulating inspiring vision.
Communication: Communicate conclusions, interpretations and implications clearly, concisely and effectively, both orally and in writing for different types of audiences.
Project Management: Use investigative skills necessary for conducting disciplinary- appropriate projects/ research documents/term papers etc.