Proramme Specific Outcomes (Hons)

Proramme Specific Outcomes (Hons)

B.A. Honours and B.Sc. (H) Programme:
Name of the Programme Programme Specific Outcome

Bengali literature is very rich from different aspects. It is our proud possession. Many famous writers and poets have created immortal pieces in Bengali. Rabindranath Tagore, being a writer in Bengali earned world fame and was awarded Nobel for literature. Bengali literature is much needed in the field of language and literature.

  1. The humane aspect and the finer senses get widened in the close touch of literature.
  2. Bengali language is very rich. The evolution of language through the ancient and the medieval ages and its present position has fully been described in the Bengali language and literature.
  3. The history Bengali literature given us ideas about the economic, social and political history of Bengal.
  4. The Bengali literature has given birth to a good number of drama and innumerable poems which are transformed into performing art.
  5. Students of Bengali literature and language are taught proof reading, reporting, etc. which they can use as their profession in future.
  6. Students of Bengali literature can take up writing as their profession. Journalism is also another important profession which the students can take up.
  7. Bengali literature has contributed to the world cinema with its many rich creations.
  8. Majority of Bengali novels deal with psychological aspects of human being which help the students in their grooming.
  1. Students are taught English communication which is required for jobs in public sphere especially in the Communication media.
  2. They are trained in writing Book Reviews that prepare them for jobs in publishing houses.
  3. They learn Film Review that helps them in working as Film journalists.
  4. They learn Editing and Proof -reading that prepare them for jobs as journalists.
  5. They learn appreciation of English Literature and History.

Unlike before history today, is no more considered as a mere study of past deeds of kings and emperors. On the contrary, in accordance with the present concept of history, courses are designed to create a sense of the past, in a more comprehensive manner; history now

  1. Unlike before history today, is no more considered as a mere study of past deeds of kings and emperors. On the contrary, in accordance with the present concept of history, courses are designed to create a sense of the past, in a more comprehensive manner; history now
  2. History, now therefore, does not appear as conglomeration of discrete facts, the facts rather appear before the reader as a series of logically interconnected events with a definite context.
  3. Further, writing history today underscores the process reconstructing the past with complete reference to the sources of information; more, the historian is now expected to explain the reasons for a arriving at a conclusion, in other words, a mere description of events does not suffice any more.
  4. The course that we teach our undergraduate students not only satisfies these conditions it moreover does not restrict itself to Indian history alone. To give the students a more complete sense of the past histories both of neighbouring countries and those of more distant geographic areas are included in the syllabus.
  5. It is thus expected that a student who has successfully completed her undergrad studies with history as a subject of study would Know the ‘Meaning of History’, a meaning that includes the people of the land as much as the rulers. They would be able to know their glorious past and would be able to form a logical connection between the present and the past.
  6. They would therefore, be able explain much of the present social practices and would precisely know the proper context of their present existence.
  7. They would also learn how to trace back known historical facts—things they had learned in school—to the sources of information. This on the other hand, would teach and interest some of them to conduct research and write academic Papers in future.

After going through this semester wise updated course the Students became

  1. Familiar with our rich Indian Philosophical treasure.
  2. Getting message about the Ethical and normative values.
  3. They learn the difference between Philosophical understanding of East and West about the Man, Society and Nature.
  4. Developed the logical and reasoning skill (important for the future competitive exam).
  5. Psychology is a part of Honours Course – they develop their choice for building up career as psychological counselor.
  6. Familiar with the Body-Mind complexity and existence of Atama or Bramha.
  1. Familiarity with different approaches to the study of politics and an ability to apply these to contemporary collective and political problems, and political behavior.
  2. An ability to formulate and construct logical arguments about political phenomena and an ability to evaluate these through empirical and theoretical methods an understanding of how political institutions emerge, how they operate, how they interact with their external environment, and how they shape individual and collective behavior knowledge of basic factual information about politics within an area of specialization including political behavior, comparative politics, international relations, political theory and methodology.
  3. Comprehend the basic structures and processes of government systems and/or theoretical underpinnings.
  4. Analyze political problems, arguments, information, and/or theories.
  5. Apply methods appropriate for accumulating and interpreting data applicable to the discipline of political science.
  6. The comprehensive syllabus of the department is aimed towards imparting in-depth subjective and objective knowledge of the discipline to its students.
  7. The semester structure is practically modelled for timely commencement and completion of the Course so that the outgoing batches can sit for entrance examinations of higher education degree courses.
  8. The course with a significant thrust on Indian Constitution, Indian Politics and Government, Public Administration and International Relations orients its students towards national and state level competitive examinations such as NET, SET, CSC, PSC, WBCS and IAS.

After completion of the Geography Honours and General Course students will have following opportunities and skills.

  1. Developed the skill on survey research and case study of field work and how to prepare a dissertation paper.
  2. Familiar with the relation between Man and Nature.
  3. Understand the global crisis on Environment and strategy to control it.
  4. Became aware about the issues like Sustainable Development and Environmental Sociology.
  5. Familiar with most updated area of remote sensing, which will open the job opportunity for them.
  6. Growing or advanced their knowledge on Spatial Statistical Techniques.
  7. Sensitized them about the cultural, social as well as agricultural aspect of the Geography.

After completion of the B. Sc. Honours Physics Course students will have following opportunities and skills.

  1. This course will develop in students’ various interest in the understanding of fundamental laws of physics, principles and theories along with their applications.
  2. Honours in Physics require high level of competence in Mathematic s, so students develop skill in analysing complex physical problems by using mathematical tools to solve them.
  3. Students acquire efficiency in the use of computers for data acquisition and data analysis in experimental investigations.
  4. This course also creates an interest in higher studies and research in various branches of Physics.
  5. A student studying Physics will also develop logical and analytical thinking abilities.
  6. Students have hands-on experience with some of the experimental aspects of modern (twentieth century and beyond) physics, electrical, classical mechanics and optics and, in the process, it helps to deepen their understanding of the relationship between experiment and theory. Students are able to see the relationship between experiments and equations and see how they apply to the real world.
  7. Students perform simple but interesting experiments in the laboratory to verify various concepts of physics that they have learnt in the classroom lectures. Some important topics taught in Syllabus but could be perceived by the students better in the laboratory.
  8. Students have career opportunities in various academic institutions like schools, colleges or research institutes

Students taking the three year B.Sc. Mathematics Honours Course of the University of Kalyani become versatile and proficient in the theory and application of the various topics taught and develop an excellent ability to apply the methods learnt to the solution of problems of a wide variety related to these topics. University examinations are held at the end of each academic year for assessing the proficiency and skills acquired by the students.

  1. This course is an essential pre-requisite for the more advanced courses offered by the University of Kalyani as well as other Indian and International Universities. Thus, developing the ability to pursue advanced studies related to Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics and Computer Applications is a major outcome of the B.Sc. Mathematics Honours Course.
  2. By the end of the third year, students become familiar with the theory and application of Classical, Abstract and Linear Algebra to the solution of algebraic linear, non-linear and transcendental equations and systems of simultaneous linear equations.
  3. Analytical Geometry of 2 and 3 Dimensions to the concept and use of vectors as a mathematical tool; the different types of coordinate systems
  4. Differential Calculus of a single and several variables in investigating the behaviour of a wide range of sequences, series (finite and infinite) the differentiation of functions, determination of extrema.
  5. Integral Calculus and Riemannian Integration for the evaluation of indefinite, definite and improper integrals and special functions.
  6. Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations and the theory of Integral Transforms.
  7. Operations Research, Linear Programming and Game Theory,
  8. Analytical Statics to studies of rigid bodies in equilibrium under coplanar and non-coplanar force systems.
  9. Analytical Dynamics of a particle and rigid bodies.
  10. Hydrostatics
  11. Probability and Statistics
  12. Computer Programming in FORTRAN/C and BASIC with hands-on training and Boolean Algebra. Numerical Methods with hands-on training

Three years undergraduate course in Chemistry honours prepares students for career as professionals or researchers in the field of Chemistry by developing knowledge base in theory as well as expertise in laboratory works.

  1. 1. The main objective of this course is to increase the employability quotient of the students by preparing them with the technical and theoretical aspects of this continuously evolving subject.
  2. 2. The principles of physical chemistry and how to apply it in experimental procedures of general Chemistry will be understood after the end of the three years course. Special emphasis to be given to thermodynamics, electrochemistry and chemical kinetics.
  3. 3. The cutting-edge field of Quantum Chemistry will be understood by the students.
  4. 4. The chemistry of elements which make up all the material world will be understood from the perspective of the periodic table.
  5. 5. The students will be acquainted with all the instrumental procedures used to analyze both quantitatively and qualitatively the chemical components of an unknown material.
  6. 6. This includes basic procedures like titration, salt analysis along with pHmetry, potentiometry, conductometry, polarimetry and spectrophotometry.
  7. 7. The students will have an awareness of green chemistry and ecologically sustainable chemical procedures.
  8. 8. Students will have a strong foundation in the fundamental and application of current organic chemistry.
  9. 9. Students will have understanding of chemical and molecular processes that take place in organic chemical reactions.
  10. 10. Students will be able to design and carry out synthesis of different organic compounds in pure form in a well designed fashion, keeping the focus on principles for effective synthetic strategies, stereoselectivity, catalysis.
  11. 11. Students become able to use spectroscopic methods in identification of complicated molecules.
  12. 12. Understanding of biomolecules like amino acid and carbohydrates.