Course Objectives

Our institution is affiliated to the University of Calicut. Choice Based Credit and Semester system was implemented  at university level in 2008.  In 2019, the syllabus at Calicut University was revised at degree and PG levels and it is later restructured as per Outcome based Education frame work. The objectives of the program are given in the beginning of the respective syllabus of all the programmes. The Graduate  Programme Out come(GPO) and Programme Specific outcomes (PSO) are also detailed in the preface of all syllabus.  Specific learning outcomes of each courses( CLO) are given at the beginning of the respective course syllabus. The objectives as per the syllabus of the current courses are given below:

Post Graduate Programmes

M.A. Sanskrit
Programme Specific Outcomes

 Program Outcomes

 Attain greater understanding of different areas of Sanskrit Language, Literature and Shastras.

 Acquire high proficiency and knowledge in a particular sub‐field of Sanskrit Studies.

 Understand the traditional and contemporary ways for dealing with Sanskrit Literature, Language and Shastras .

 Understand and articulate issues pertaining to origin and evolution of Sanskrit Language ,Literature.

 Understand the advanced and the scientific Structure of Sanskrit Grammar.

 Impart the knowledge of Sanskrit Literature as based on Values of Ethics and Morality capable of providing right grooming.

 Impart knowledge of comparative linguistic methodology.

 Acquire Sanskrit language skills to read, write, speak and translate .

Course outcomes and Syllabus

M.A. Malayalam
Programme Specific Outcomes

1. മലയാളഭാഷയുടെയുംസാഹിത്യത്തിന്റെയുംകാലം, ചരിത്രം, ദേശം, പ്രവണതകൾ, പ്രസ്ഥാനങ്ങൾഎന്നിവയുടെഅടിസ്ഥാനത്തിൽഅറിവുനേടുന്നു. കേട്ടുംവായിച്ചുംഅനായാസംആശയധാരണനേടുന്നു.ഔപചാരികവുംഅനൗപചാരികവുമായസന്ദർഭങ്ങളിൽഭാഷശക്തമായിഉപയോഗിക്കുന്നു.ശക്തമായുംഫലപ്രദമായുംസർഗാത്മകമായുംഭാഷയിൽഎഴുതിപ്രകടിപ്പിക്കാൻകഴിയുന്നതരത്തിൽതനതായശൈലിവികസിപ്പിക്കുന്നു.

 2. മലയാളസാഹിത്യത്തിലുംഭാഷയിലുംഉള്ളഅറിവിനെബഹുവൈജ്ഞാനിക (Multi disciplinary) മായുംഅന്തർവൈജ്ഞാനിക (Interdisciplinary)മായുംനോക്കിക്കാണുന്നതിനുംസ്വായത്തമാക്കുന്നതിനുംകഴിയുന്നു. വിവിധപ്രോഗ്രാമുകളുമായിബന്ധപ്പെട്ടപഠിതാക്കൾക്ക്അവരുടെജ്ഞാനത്തെമാതൃഭാഷയുമായിബന്ധിപ്പിക്കുന്നതിനുള്ളശേഷിനേടുന്നു.അങ്ങനെസർഗാത്മകരചനകളിൽഏർപെടുന്നതിനുംരചനകളിലെസർഗാത്മകതതിരിച്ചറിയുന്നതിനുംകഴിയുന്നു.

3. വിജ്ഞാനത്തിന്റെസ്വാംശീകരണം, സംരക്ഷണം, വിതരണം, വിമർശനം, നവീകരണംഎന്നിവഫലപ്രദമായിനിർവഹിക്കുന്നതിന്പഠിതാവിന്സാധ്യമാകുന്നു.

4. ഇന്ത്യൻസാഹിത്യത്തെയുംലോകസാഹിത്യത്തെയുംസാമാന്യമായിപരിചയപ്പെടുന്നു. സാഹിത്യസൃഷ്ടികളെവിശകലനംചെയ്യുന്നതിനുംവിലയിരുത്തുന്നതിനുംകഴിയുന്നു.

5. ഭാഷാപരവുംസാഹിതീയവുമായവ്യവഹാരങ്ങളെവിമർശനാത്മകമായിവിലയിരുത്തുന്നതിന്പ്രാപ്തരാകുന്നു.

6. മലയാളഭാഷ, സാഹിത്യം, സംസ്‌കാരംഎന്നിവയെവിശകലനംചെയ്യുന്നതിന്ആവശ്യമായസംസ്‌കാരികപഠനത്തിന്റെരീതിശാസ്ത്രവുംസിദ്ധാന്തവുംസാമാന്യമായിപരിചയപ്പെടുന്നു.

7. കേരളത്തിന്റെസാംസ്‌കാരികചരിത്രത്തെക്കുറിച്ചുള്ളധാരണനേടുന്നു. മലയാളഭാഷയ്ക്കുംസാഹിത്യത്തിനുംവിവിധകാലങ്ങളിൽസംഭവിച്ചപരിണാമങ്ങളെയുംവളർച്ചയെയുംസാംസ്‌കാരികമായകാഴ്ചപ്പാടിലൂട�

Course outcomes and Syllabus

M.A. Economics
Programme Specific Outcomes

The Master of Arts Program in Economics has been designed with the objective to develop an indepth knowledge in frontier areas of economic theory, methods and analysis, so that the students areable to analyze the real world economic situations. With strong theoretical and quantitative base, thecourse train students in collection and analysis of data using software. The students will acquireadditional specialization in the area of their interest through optional courses. Besides project work,the students undergo ability enhancement and professional competency course for the program.

Thusthe Master of Arts Program in Economics envisages to:

1. Develop critical and creative thinking to carry out investigation about various socioeconomicproblems objectively.

2. Equip the students with the skills to analyze problems, formulate hypothesis, evaluate and

validate results and draw reasonable conclusions, apart from professional ethics.

3. To enhance ability and professional competency for research and careers that can provide


4. To prepare students to develop own thinking and views with respect to current economic

scenario at national and international levels.

5. To create awareness among students to become rational enlightened citizens and to take theresponsibility to spread the vision and initiatives of the government to the grass root level.

6. To inculcate among the students about green accounting and the urgency of sustainable

development initiatives.

7. Understand and respect diversity and difference within and across societies and to envision

education as a means for emancipation and empowerment of humanity.

Program Specific Outcomes

1. To understand the basic assumptions of economic theories and enhance capabilities of

developing ideas based on them.

2. To equip students with the development issues of Indian Economy in general and Kerala

economy in particular.

3. Prepare and motivate students for research and career in economics.

4. Provide knowledge of advanced applied econometrics and econometric techniques using


5. Motivate students to explore the rich secondary data sources and extract it for micro level

penetration and understanding.

6. To familiarize the students with suitable alternative methods of knowledge for addressing

heterogeneity of the societies.

7. To create academic excellence through holistic education.

Course outcomes and Syllabus


Programme Specific Outcomes

 To provide a systematic and rigorous learning and exposure to Bankingand Finance related disciplines.

 To train the student to develop conceptual, applied and research skills aswell as competencies required for effective problem solving and rightdecision making in routine and special activities relevant to financialmanagement and Banking Transactions of a business.

 To acquaint a student with conventional as well as contemporary areas inthe discipline of Commerce.

 To enable a student well versed in national as well as internationaltrends.

 To facilitate the students for conducting business, accounting andauditing practices, role of regulatory bodies in corporate and financialsectors nature of various financial instruments.

 To provide in-depth understanding of all core areas specificallyAdvanced Accounting, International Accounting, Management, SecurityMarket Operations and Business Environment, Research Methodologyand Tax planning.

Program Specific Outcome

 After Completing Masters in Commerce students are able to

 Develop an ability to apply knowledge acquired in problem solving.

 Ability to work in teams with enhanced interpersonal skills andcommunication.

 The students can work in different domains like Accounting, Taxation,HRM, Banking andAdministration.

Ability to start their own business.

 Ability to work in MNCs as well as pvt, and public companies.

 To develop team work, leadership and managerial and administrativeskills.

 Students can go further for professional courses like CA/ CS/CMA/CFA

Course outcomes and Syllabus

M Sc. Chemistry

Programme Specific Outcomes

After completing M.Sc. Chemistry programme, students will be able to:

Knowledge Outcomes:

PO1: Demonstrate and apply the fundamental knowledge of the basic principles in various

 fields of Chemistry

PO2: Create awareness and sense of responsibilities towards environment and apply

 knowledge to solve the issues related to Environmental pollution.

PO3: Apply knowledge to build up small scale industry for developing endogenous product.

PO4: Apply various aspects of chemistry in natural products isolations,

 pharmaceuticals, dyes, textiles, polymers, petroleum products, forensic etc. and also to

 develop interdisciplinary approach of the subject.

PO4: collaborate effectively on team-oriented projects in the field of Chemistry or other

 related fields.

PO5: communicate scientific information in a clear and concise manner both orally and in


PO6: inculcate logical thinking to address a problem and become result oriented with a

 positive attitude.

PO7: Explain environmental pollution issues and the remedies thereof.

PO8: apply the knowledge to develop the sustainable and eco-friendly technology in

 Industrial Chemistry.

PO9: Have developed their critical reasoning, judgment and communication skills.

PO10: Augment the recent developments in the field of green and eco-friendly reactions,

 pharmaceutical, Bioinorganic Chemistry and relevant fields of research and


PO11: Enhance the scientific temper among the students so as to develop a research culture

 and implementation of the policies to tackle the burning issues at global and local  level.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

M Sc. Botany

Programme Specific Outcomes

The courseshave been designed to benefit all Botany students to study various aspects of plantscience including its practical applications. Keeping in mind that these students cantake up teaching at different levels, research work in research institutes and or industry,doctoral work, environment impact assessment and biodiversity studiestopics have been included in the curriculum.

By the completion of course, students will be able to:

  • Identify and classify plants by observing key characteristics of plants.
  • Techniques to isolate and pure culture microorganisms
  • Qualitative and quantitative estimate the number of floral components by using
  • enumeration and suitable sampling and techniques.
  • Use appropriate plant molecular techniques and use of instrumentation related to it.
  • Practice safe laboratory and biosafety procedures.
  • Documentation and report writing on experimental protocols, results and conclusions,study tours and filed visits etc.
  • Formulate research proposals and execute experimental designs in a scientific way.
  • Develop effective communication skills and engaging academic and scientific discussions.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

M Sc.Zoology

Programme Specific Outcomes

Student will be able to develop knowledge and understanding of living organisms at several levels of biological organization from the cellular through molecular to whole organisms level and at ecosystem level in an evolutionary perspective.

Student will be able to acquire knowledge related to concepts like ecology, evolution, taxonomy, biochemistry, molecular biology etc. and apply the knowledge in new situations.

The student will develop skills in experimental techniques in the subjects of study.

The student will be able to develop scientific way of thinking and scientific attitude pertaining to the concepts in ecology, evolution, taxonomy, biochemistry, molecular biology etc.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

Under Graduate Programmes

B.A. Sanskrit
Programme Specific Outcomes

1.         To know the scope and importance of Sanskrit language and literature. •

2.         To understand the historical and cultural aspects of ancient India. •

3.         To develop communicative skills in Sanskrit language. •

4.         To compare the traditional knowledge with contemporary wisdom. •

5.         To create social intimacy through language studies. • To attain ability to appreciate classical literature. •

6.         To develop aesthetic and cultural values and promote the virtues of life. •

7.         To acquire the ability to face the dilemmas and contridictions of contemporary life with inputs from traditional wisdom. 

8.         To apply traditional technical knowledge in new situations.


Programme Specific Outcomes

1.  PSO1 Internalize basic structure of Sanskrit Language. 

2.  PSO2 Develop interacting and communicating skills in Sanskrit.

3.  PSO3 Understand the ancient Indian tradition and culture through a critical approach. 

4  PSO4 Develop an analytic method and critical thinking in Sanskrit literature and regional cultures. 

1.         PSO5 Evaluate the traditional knowledge and relate it to contemporary socio-cultural scenario.

2.         PSO6 Acquire the ability to live fruitfully in the society imbibing traditional values and to discharge duties and responsibilities as ideal citizens. 

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B.A. Malayalam
Programme Specific Outcomes

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B.A. Economics
Programme Specific Outcomes

PO: 1. Students understand the theoretical and practical knowledge that makes accurate analysis of the economic situation possible.

PO: 2. Students understand and evaluate the interrelation between the economy and society.

PO: 3. Students understand and evaluate the economic problems from a global perspective and take a local approach to solving them.

PO: 4. Students understand different economic system and analyse the implications of decisions related to economic policy.

PO: 5. Students respond to the economic problems arising from society in general and the different units that interact therein (e.g. institutions, private companies and sectors of the economy).

PO: 6. Students assimilate skill needed to carry a careers in government and private enterprise aswell as those pursuing graduate degrees in professional schools or in the field of economics.

PO: 7. Students develop the attitude to conduct research in the socio economic issues arising in their environment.

PO: 8. Students assimilate the necessary skills for analyzing the data set related to socio economic issues.

PO: 9. Students develop the capacity to analyze the socio-political and economic issues in thelanguage of an economist.

PO: 10. Students analyse economic data, interpret the economic events and visualise the economic future of the nation.

Above mentioned programme outcomes are more specifically split in to the Programme Specific Outcomes.

PSO: 1. Students critically evaluate and apply the theories and techniques of economics.

PSO: 2. Students demonstrate subject-specific „thinking‟ skills that are readily transferable to problem solving and decision making in a wider context.

PSO: 3. Students develop interest for lifelong learning, employing a range of practical and professional skills.

PSO: 4. Student find, evaluate, synthesize and use information from a variety of sources

PSO: 5. Students articulate an awareness of the social and community contexts within their disciplinary field

PSO: 6. Students assimilate knowledge of fundamental concepts and theoretical propositions

PSO: 7. Students understand the methodology by which economic ideas are framed, testedand modified.

PSO: 8. Students take up a career in economics and related areas.

PSO: 9. Students anayse the economic issues of national and international importance andrealize the dynamics behind them.

PSO: 10. Students generalise how the economic policies of the government andgovernmental institutions affect the common people.

PSO: 11. Students critically evaluate and apply the theories and techniques of economics.

PSO: 12. Students demonstrate subject-specific „thinking‟ skills that are readily transferable to problem solving and decision making in a wider context.)

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B.A. Arabic
Programme Specific Outcomes

1. The learner understands the lingua franca of the Arab countries and also

to equip them to acquire basic skills in professional and functional Arabic.

2. The learner qualifies to seek employment in several new fields. In India

and Gulf- Arab countries, which demand knowledge in Functional Arabic.

3. The Students develop communication Skills and values of communication

among them.

4. Equipping the Students to handle Arabic language in real life situations

with working knowledge in different fields of life.

5. Attaining the Mastery of Arabic language with sufficient knowledge in

applied grammar.

6. Acquiring proficiency in professional & business Arabic.

7. Sensitizing the student to the aesthetic, cultural and social aspects of

literary appreciation and analysis and the socio – literary elements of

classical & Modern Arabic Literature.

8. Estimate the scope of various genres in Arabic literature.

9. Reading & Understanding literary and general works in Arabic.

10. Acquiring a practical knowledge in functional Arabic required for the fields

of Travel, Tourism, Hospitality Management, Health, Export andJournalism.

11. Understand the cultural and historical background of Islam in the medieval


12. Expanding translation and correspondence skills related with the various

business field.

13. Acquire the essential mastery in technical Arabic.

14. The Student prepared for a rhetoric approach of literary appreciation and


15. Introduce the world of Indian Arabic Literature and also asquint the works

of eminent authors in India with a glimpse on Kerala.

16. Acquaint with the role of Arabic literature as a medium of resistance

against European colonialism in Malabar.

17. Study the contribution of medieval Arabs to the development of human

knowledge and science in the middle Ages.

18. Enhance and expand the basic informatics skills and attitudes relevant to

the emerging society.

19. Pursuing the development of new trends in Arabic Language and literature

since the Arabic Literary Renaissance.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B.A. English& History
Programme Specific Outcomes

By the study of English Language and Literature, a student will develop her intellectual skills likeproblem solving, concrete concept, defined concept, discrimination and rule. She will also developcognitive strategies for learning, analysing, thinking and applying knowledge.

By the end of the programme, the students:

PO 1-will understand the history as well as the structure and function of English language and develop language skills for communication and for creative expression.

PO 2-will be able to collect, understand, process, evaluate and synthesize information from a variety of sources.

PO 3-will learn and differentiate concepts about representative literary and cultural texts of different genres within the historical, geographical, and cultural contexts.

PO 4-will be able to understand critical and theoretical approaches to literature and apply them to the reading and analysis of literary and cultural texts.

PO 5-will identify, analyse, interpret and describe the wide spectrum of critical ideas, values, and themes that appear in literary and cultural texts and understand how they inform and impact the world they live in.

PO 6-will attempt at writing analytically in a variety of formats, including different types of essays, research papers, reflective and critical writing.

PO 7-will understand and assimilate the process of communicating and interpreting human experiences through literary representation using historical contexts and disciplinary methodologies

PO 8-will acquire such values and ideals that a citizen of a modern secular democratic state need to have

Programmes Specific Outcomes

PSO1: Understand and differentiate between different types, canons, movements and contexts of


PSO2: Develop and apply advance language skills both in and outside classroom.

PSO3: Develop analytical ability and critical thinking

PSO4: Assimilate literary theory and learn to connect text with its multiple contexts

PSO 5: Critically examine the wide range of perceptions that exist in society through literary texts

and thus imbibe a sense of democratic co-existence.


PO1 Objective understanding and scientific pursuit of knowledge in the discipline of


PO2 Critical thinking and analysis in social, political and cultural developments.

PO3 Civic consciousness, social interaction and effective communication skills.

PO4 Sense of citizenship and democratic values in public life.

PO5 Tolerance towards India’s cultural diversity, and spirit of national integration.

PO6 Good Understanding of the Phases of India’s Nationalist Movement and Struggle for


PO7 Theoretical Perspective on Social and Political Issues

PO8 Sound Understanding of the Indian Heritage in Different Fields.

PO9 Sound Basis in Academic Writing in the Discipline of History

PO10 Development of Proper Historical Consciousness.


PSO 1 Good understanding of the different schools of Historiography.

PSO 2 Good understanding of the historiographical ventures undertaken by Indian scholars.

PSO 3 A proper understanding of the Phases of World History.

PSO 4 A thorough understanding of the land marks of Indian history.

PSO 5 A critical perspective on the courses of the evolution of India as a nation.

PSO 6 A sound knowledge of the emergence of political consciousness and national liberation

PSO 7 Orientation in historical research and writing history.

Course outcomes and Syllabus


Programme Specific Outcomes

Programme Objectives:

1. To bring up students with competitive edge with clear vision of concepts, skills for

application of knowledge in all the areas of Commerce and Management.

2. To improve interdisciplinary thoughts and application in business decisions.

3. To improve innovative thinking, creative insights, analytical ability, methodological

approach and critical judgments by students.

4. To provide a strong foundation for higher learning in commerce and management.

5. To improve communication skills to facilitate mobility of men, materials and knowledge.

6. To bring up young people with thorough knowledge of Business organisations, its

establishment and conduct.

7. To equip students with latest information about the methods of accounting prevalent in

the country and the refinements taking place in the world.

8. To equip students with up-to-date knowledge on basic economic principles, its

significance and application in business and business decisions.

9. To equip students with thorough knowledge on the theory and application of descriptive,

analytical and inferential statistics in business situations.

10. To bring up students with up-to-date knowledge on the principles, theories and practices

of Management.

11. To provide students with information on the legal frame work of business organisations

and various statutory requirements to be complied with.

12. To provide students with a provision to specialize in an area of their interest like Finance,

Cooperation, Islamic Finance, Banking & Insurance, Marketing, Taxation, Travel &

Tourism, Computer applications and Human Resource.

13. To provide young entrepreneurs with clear understanding of its Prospects and

Possibilities capable of establishing and managing business units.

14. To provide students with clear understanding of direct and indirect taxation system in the


Programme Outcomes:

On completion of the B.Com Programme, the Students will be capable of:

1. The students will get new ideas, insights and thoughts. The mindset of students will

change. They get new ideas and practical experience. Such students can face

challenges with confidence and succeed in life.

2. The students will be thorough with the procedures and formalities of establishment and

management of business units. As all aspects are well debated, it will be easy for them

to establish and successfully run business units.

3. The students will be conversant with the various accounting principles and practices.

All will be capable of recording, generating financial reports and arriving at conclusions

and predictions.

4. The inter-disciplinary approach will help students to solve business issues easily and will

emerge as successful entrepreneurs in future.

5. The multidisciplinary in-depth learning across all related topics of business and industry

will definitely pave a strong foundation for higher learning in commerce and


6. In depth understanding of management principles will help to create managerial aptitude

and skills in students will foster successful managers for future.

7. In depth understanding of Accounting principles and practices coupled with

interdisciplinary learning will help to create newer ideas in accounting and will bring in

innovative and creative professionals in Finance, Cost and Management.

8. The knowledge of direct and indirect taxation will open up a new area of living by

students. Information on both direct and indirect taxation systems will cut open a wider

area of employment and professionalism.

9. The improved communication skills and basic understanding of laws in force of the

country will definitely add to the content level and level of interaction by students.

10. Students become more confident, self-reliant, competent and Competitive with practical

insights and thorough learning.

Course outcomes and Syllabus


Programme Specific Outcomes

PO1 To provide adequate basic understanding about Management Education among the


PO2 To prepare students to exploit opportunities being newly created in the Management


PO3 To train the students in communication skills effectively.

PO4 To develop appropriate skills in the students so as to make them competent and

provide themselves self-employment.

PO5 To inculcate Entrepreneurial skills.

PO6 To work well in teams, including virtual settings.

PO7 To understand finance and other core business content.

PO8 To recognize and solve business problems in an ethical manner.

PO9 To communicate business information professionally.

PO10 To build the department as a centre of excellence for imparting high quality

management education at the undergraduate level.

PO11 To contribute to creation of knowledge by encouraging faculty to engage in research.

PO12 To stimulate in students an interest in research and initiate them into research


PO13 To make education accessible to students across borders of religion, geography, caste

or gender.

PO14 To foster thinking minds that are sensitive to societal needs and issues thus making

them good human beings and responsible members of the society.

PO15 To provide an environment that facilitates all-round development of the student


Course outcomes and Syllabus

B Sc. Chemistry

Programme Specific Outcomes

  Chemistry education is central to the development of any society. An effective chemistry education can be imparted at the undergraduate level only by revamping the present curriculum. To achieve this goal, the curriculum should be restructured by emphasising various aspects such as the creativity of students, knowledge of current developments in the discipline, awareness of environmental impacts due to the development of science and technology, and the skills essential for handling equipment and instruments in laboratories and industries.Chemistry, being an experimental science, demands testing theories through practical laboratoryexperiences for a thorough understanding of the subject.

By the completion of course, students will be able to:

1Understand basic facts and concepts in chemistry.
2Apply the principles of chemistry.
3Appreciate the achievements in chemistry and to know the role of chemistry in nature and in society.
4Familiarize with the emerging areas of chemistry and their applications in various spheres of chemical sciences and to apprise the students of its relevance in future studies.
5Develop skills in the proper handling of instruments and chemicals.
6Familiarize with the different processes used in industries and their applications.
7Develop an eco-friendly attitude by creating a sense of environmental awareness. To be conversant with the applications of chemistry in day-to-day life.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B Sc. Botany

Programme Specific Outcomes

Botany is one of the world’s oldest natural sciences. Today, it is such a large and varied area and has many important uses in a wide variety of disciplines, that it has evolved several niches and offshoots. BSc Degree programme in Botany encourage the broad instructional goals and support the growing demands and challenging trends in the educational scenario. The course provides the environment that encourages, promotes and stimulates the intellectual, professional and personal development of the student. The course enhances the different abilities like critical thinking, social interaction, effective citizenship, better ethical approach, scientific temper and conservation of natural resources. The graduates enter a diverse range of fields from plant science community to Agriculture, Soil science, Land scape studies, Horticulture, Genetics, Forestry, Plant pathology, molecular biology, Biotechnology and Environment science. There are prospects for botanists in universities, museums, industries, botanical gardens, private research institutes, conservation organizations, natural reserves, parks etc.

The curriculum is well conceived for science students and it envisages under graduate education as a combination of general and specialized education, simultaneously introducing the concepts of breadth and depth in learning. Present programme helps to prepare the students for lifelong learning by drawing attention to the vast world of knowledge of plants and introducing them to the methodology of systematic academic enquiry.

Course outcomes and Syllabus


  1. Inculcate interest in nature with its myriad living forms
  2. Give better exposure to the diversity of plant kingdom
  3. Give awareness about natural resources and their importance in sustainable development
  4. Determine the economic and medicinal plants used in agriculture and medicine
  5. Provide an awareness about the diseases, agents and symptoms in different plant species
  6. Understand the evolutionary relationship between the plant groups
  7. Analyze the relationship between plants and microbial organisms
  8. Understand the mechanism to produce genetically modified plants
  9. Provide opportunities for the application of the acquired knowledge in day to day life

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B Sc.Zoology

Programme Specific Outcomes

1. Understand the biological diversity and grades of complexity of various animal forms through their systematic classification and process of organic evolution.

2.  Understand the roles of plants, animals and microbes in the sustainability of the environment and  their interaction among themselves and deterioration of the environment due to anthropogenic activities.

3. Understand the concepts and principles of biochemistry, immunology, physiology, ethology, Endocrinology, developmental biology, cell biology, genetics, molecular biology and microbiology and develop technical skills in biotechnology, bioinformatics and biostatistics.

4. Perform laboratory procedures as per standard protocols in the areas of animal diversity, systematics, cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, physiology, immunology, developmental biology, environmental biology, ethology, evolution and science methodology.

Course outcomes and Syllabus

B Sc.Physics

Programme Specific Outcomes

At the end of an Undergraduate Program, a student would have obtained the following:

PO1: Critical Thinking: Ability to take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different perspectives

PO2: Effective Communication: Ability to speak, read, write and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books, media and technology

PO3: Effective Citizenship: Ability to demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity-centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering

PO4: Environment and Sustainability: Ability to understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development

PO5: Ethical Living: Ability to recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them

PO6: Social Interaction: Ability to elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings

PO7: Problem Solving and Analytical Skills: Ability to think rationally, analyze situations and solve problems adequately

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO1: Understand the basic concepts of methodology of science and thefundamentals of mechanics, properties of matter and electrodynamics

PSO2: Understand the theoretical basis of quantum mechanics, relativistic physics, nuclear physics, optics, spectroscopy, solid state physics, astrophysics, statistical physics, photonics and thermodynamics

PSO3: Understand and apply the concepts of electronics in the designing of different analog and digital circuits

PSO4: Understand the basics of computer programming and numerical analysis

PSO5: Apply and verify theoretical concepts through laboratory experiments

Course outcomes and Syllabus