Shri.Bharat Shikshan Prasarak Mandal Wadala's

MAULI MAHAVIDYALAYA,WADALA

Affiliated to Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Solapur University, Solapur

Address- Tal.North Solapur, Dist.Solapur - 413222 (Maharashtra State).

Phone/Fax :0217-2246530, E-MAIL : maulimahavidyalay.2010@gmail.com




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B.A

Programme Outcomes of B.A.
1

Fostering the social and Ethical values

Understand how society functions and the ethical values will be inculcated among the students.
a. The value of social integrety
b. The value of patriotism
c. the value of social behaviour
2

Community Engagement and Global Understanding

Understand how cultural, historical, economical, geographical, political, linguistic, and environmental forces shape the world and recognize the role of the individual within communities to effect change.
This includes the ability to:
a. Reflect on one's cultural identities and values
b. Demonstrate intercultural awareness and competence
This includes the ability to:
c. Recognize and appreciate the real-world context of knowledge
d. Promote active citizenship and community engagement
3

Critical and Creative Thinking

Analyse and critically reflect on complex problems incorporating multiple perspectives and innovative thinking.
This includes the ability to:
a.Analyse, synthesize and integrate knowledge
b. Critically evaluate the validity of arguments and conclusions
c. Practice creative thinking and expression
d. Demonstrate the capacity to argue in innovative directions
4

Literacy and Communication

Demonstrate the ability to extract and convey information accurately in a variety of formats.
This includes the ability to:
a. Identify, locate, comprehend, and critically evaluate quantitative and qualitative information using visual, numerical, oral, aural, and textual sources
b. Communicate concepts and information clearly and in various formats (oral, visual,written, etc.)
c. Engage effectively with audiences from different backgrounds
5

Evaluate and Problem solving

Engage in scholarly inquiry to identify and investigate questions of a theoretical and/or applied nature.
This includes the ability to:
a. Identify gaps and limitations in the existing literature
b. Understand the principles of the problem solving
c. Apply appropriate problem solving methodologies to specific problems
d. Develop intellectual independence and practice self-directed inquiry
6

Depth and Breadth of Understanding

Demonstrate detailed knowledge in one or more disciplines and integrate knowledge and perspectives across disciplinary boundaries.
This includes the ability to:
a. Develop a detailed understanding of the current state of knowledge in one or more disciplines
b. Recognize the value, use and limits of multi-disciplinary learning
c. Cultivate an openness to consider and engage alternative research perspectives
7

Professional Development and Values

a.Demonstrate personal integrity and professional behaviour in scholarly endeavours and in collaborating with others within and beyond the academic community.This includes the ability to:
b. Collaborate respectfully with others, individually and in teams
c. Show leadership in professional environments while recognizing diversity
d. Manage time effectively and ensure personal organization

English B. A.Part – I Compulsory English (Semester I &II)
(CBCS Semester Pattern Syllabus)

1.Students will have a comand on communication skills.
2.Students will be competant and wellversed to communicate through English.
3.Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use skills in English in their day to day life.
4.They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully
5.Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course.
6.This course will improve their vocabulary and communication skills

English B. A. Part I – Course: Optional English (Semester I &II)

1.Students will be acquaint with the minor forms of literature.
2.It will provide student a firsthand experience of reading the literary text
3.The students will understand literary and critical terms/ concepts and lyrical types.
4.Students will be able to play the short rolls of the protagonist from the literary text.

English B.A. II : Course : Compulsory English

1.Student’s vocabulary will be enriched and their communication skill would be enhanced after completing the course.
2.They will learn to use interview skills, comprehension skills successfully.
3.Students will learn human values, professional ethics, gender equality through this course

English B.A. /B. Sc. Part III: Course: English Compulsory

1.Students of the undergraduate level will be able to use English in their day to day life.
2.student’s will acquire soft skills after completion of course.

English B.A. III English (Special)
Course – VII & XII Introduction to Literary Criticism

1.Students will be familiar with basic concepts of literary criticism.
2.They will acquire knowledge of major trends in literary criticism.
3.Students will learn to appreciate literary text critically.

English Course No. VIII & XIII British Literature

1.Students will be familiar with the different forms of literature, literary movements and learn various themes, styles, genres as reflected in poetry, drama and fiction prescribed.
2.It will enhance literary, linguistic and aesthetic sence of the students.

English Course IX & XIV Indian Writing in English

1.Students will have deep understanding of different forms of literature .
2.Students will learn various themes, styles, genres as reflected in poetry, drama and fiction prescribed for the syllabus.

English Course- X & XV Literatures in English

1.Students will be familiar with the different forms of literature.
2. Students will be acquainted with and various themes, styles, genres as reflected in poetry, drama and fiction prescribed.
3.Students will understand the rich and complex literary tradition of the world in different periods and culture.

English Course- XI & XVI Introduction to the Structure and Function of Modern English

1.Students will be able to identify and use structure of English Language .
2.Students will learn to identify piece of discourse.
3.Students will learn scientific study of grammar.

हिंदी बी.ए.प्रथम वर्ष ( आवश्यक हिंदी ) सत्र १ और २

१. छात्र हिंदी के प्रातिनिधिक गद्यकार एवं कवियों से परिचित होगे ।
२. छात्रों में हिंदी साहित्य के प्रति अभिरुचि वृंद्धिंगत होगी ।
३. छात्रों में राष्ट्र के प्रति प्रेम एवं सामाजिक प्रतिबध्दता की भावना विकसित हो जाएगी ।
४. छात्र हिंदी व्याकरणिक दृष्टि से सक्षम होगे ।

हिंदी बी.ए. प्रथम वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र १ और २, सत्र १ और २

१. छात्र हिंदी के प्रातिनिधिक गद्यकार एवं कवियों से परिचित होगे ।
२. छात्रों में हिंदी साहित्य के प्रति अभिरुचि वृंद्धिंगत होगी ।
३. छात्रों में राष्ट्र के प्रति प्रेम एवं सामाजिक प्रतिबध्दता की भावना विकसित हो जाएगी ।
४. छात्र हिंदी व्याकरणिक दृष्टि से सक्षम होगे ।
५. छात्रों की विचार क्षमता एवं कल्पनाशीलता बढने में सहायता होगी ।

हिंदी बी.ए. द्वितिय वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र ३ और ५ आधुनिक गद्य, सत्र ३ और ४

१. छात्र उपन्यास एवं उत्तरशती की हिंदी कहानियों से अवगत होगे ।
२. छात्र समकालीन परिवेश और जीवन यथार्थ से परिचित होगे।
३. छात्रों मे आधुनिकता बोध और नये मूल्यों के प्रति देखने का नज़रिया विकसित होगा।
४.छात्रों मे कहानी कला के प्रति अभिरुचि और समीक्षा दृष्टि विकसित होगी।

हिंदी बी.ए. द्वितिय वर्ष (ऐच्छिक हिंदी) प्रश्नपत्र ४- मध्यकालिन काव्य, ६- आधुनिक काव्य, सत्र ३ और ४

१. छात्र विभिन्न कालखंड की विभिन्न परिस्थितियों से परिचित होगे।
२. छात्र प्राचीन, मध्ययुगीन तथा आधुनिक संस्कृति का अध्ययन करने में उद्यत होगे।
३.छात्र विभिन्न काव्यधाराओं के माध्यम से मानवी प्रकृति का अध्ययन करेगे ।
४. छात्र हमारा गौरवशाली इतिहास तथा वर्तमान समाज के उत्तरदायित्व के प्रति सजग रहेगा।

हिंदी बी.ए. तृतिय वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र ७ और १२, विशेष लेखिका, सत्र ५ और ६

१.छात्र लेखिका की बहुमुखी प्रतिभा से परिचित होगे ।
२.छात्र लेखिका के साहित्यिक योगदान से परिचित होगे ।
३.छात्र लेखिका के द्वारा लिखित साहित्य का आलोचनात्मक अध्ययन करेगे।
४.छात्र स्त्री विमर्श से परिचित होगे।

हिंदी बी.ए. तृतिय वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र ८ और १३, काव्यशास्त्र एवं आलोचना, सत्र ५ और ६

१.छात्र साहित्य निर्माण की प्रक्रिया से अवगत होगे ।
२.छात्र साहित्य की विधाओं से परिचित होगे ।
३.छात्र साहित्य के बाह्य एवं अंतरंग से परिचित होगे ।
४.छात्रों में आलोचनात्मक दृष्टिकोण निर्माण होगा ।

हिंदी बी.ए. तृतिय वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र ९ और १४, हिंदी साहित्य का इतिहास, सत्र ५ और ६

१.छात्र हिंदी साहित्य की दार्शनिक पूर्वपीठिका से परिचित होगे ।
२.छात्र विभिन्न कालखंड की रचनाऍं एवं रचनाकारों से परिचित होगे ।
३.छात्र हिंदी साहित्य के विकास प्रक्रिया से अवगत होगे।
४.छात्र हिंदी की विभन्न विचारधाराओं से अवगत होगे ।

हिंदी बी.ए. तृतिय वर्ष ( ऐच्छिक हिंदी ) प्रश्नपत्र १०- हिंदी भाषा, प्रश्नपत्र १५- भाषाविज्ञान, सत्र ५ और ६

१.छात्र हिंदी भाषा एवं उसके विविध रूपों से परिचित होगे ।
छात्र हिंदी भाषा एवं लिपि के उद्भव और विकास से अवगत होगे ।
३.छात्र भाषा की शुद्धता, वर्तनी और व्याकरण के प्रति जागृत होगे ।
४.छात्र भाषाविज्ञान से परिचित होकर उनमें भाषा के प्रति वैज्ञानिक दृष्टि निर्माण होगी ।

Geography B.A.-I Course -I Physical Geography

1. Reflect critically upon the scope and evolution of the diverse discipline of Geography.
2. To able understanding of geomorphological concept.
3. Understand the effect of rotation of revolution the earth.
4. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of Physical Geography and the methods and techniques for.
5. Be able to use and analyse maps.
6. Understand the principles of Geomorphology and the processes that shape the landscape.

Geography B. A.-II Course-II Human Geography

1. Analyze the spatial organization of people, places and environments on the Earths surface.
2. Understand the basic elements of culture.
3. Undwerstand the types and levels of economic activities.
4. Understand the various population therioes, migration and dynamics.
5. Explains how culture and experience influence peoples perceptions of places and regions.
6. Understand the Rural and Urban Structure and development.

Geography B.A.-II Course-III Geography of India

1. Understand the physiography of India.
2. Understand the various population characteristic.
3. Be able to use and analyse of maps.
4. Identifying and explaining the Indian Geographical environment, from global to local scales.
5. Applying geographical knowledge to everyday living.
6. Students will get an introduction to the main regions of the India in terms of both their uniqueness and similatrities

Geography B.A./ B.Sc.-II Course - Environmental Studies

1. Evaluating the impacts of human activities on natural environments.
2. Applying knowledge of global issues to local circumstances to evaluate the local effects of the issues.
3. Identifying, interpreting and analyzing geographic problems and processes.
4. Showing an awareness and responsibility for the environment.
5. The environmental studies major will be able to do independent research on human interactions with the environment.
6. Students will describe and analyze the current national and global environmental problems.

History BA I -Course- I Rise of Maratha Power (1600 AD to 1707 AD)Sem I & II

1) Student will be able to understand the journey of Maratha power
2) Students will know about the rise of Shivaji Maharaj & his rulling policy
3) Students will understand his Administrative policy

History BA II - Course - Modern Europe (1750 AD to 1871 AD) Sem III & IV

1) Students will understand the Europian History
2) Students will get acquinted will major dictetors like Napoleon Bonaparte, metternich etc.

History BA II - Modern India (1857 to AD to 1950 AD) Sem III & IV

1) Student will get an idea about Indian freedom movement.
2) Student will get an idea about the making of Indian constitution.

History BA II -Course (IDS) History of Social Reforms in Maharashtra (1818 to AD to 1970 AD) Sem III & IV

1) Student will understand the Social Reforms in Maharashtra
2) Student will have understood the efforts of Social reformers in Maharashtra
3) Students will understand the scope & Social Problems.

History BA III - Course- History of Ancient India (PHA to 650 AD) Sem V & VI

1) Students will understand the Social Economical & religious Institutions in Ancient India
2) Students will understand the Development various religious & periods

History BA III -Course- History of Mughal India (1526 AD to 1707 AD) Sem V & VI

1) Students will understand the various rulling power & policies.
2) Students will understand & know the various art and Architecture in Medival India

History BA III - Course- Growth and Decline of the Maratha power (1707 AD to 1818 AD) Sem V & VI

1) Students will have understood the growth & decline of the Maratha Power.
2) Students will have undertstood the Administrative system of the Maratha Power

History BA III - Course- History of Modern World (1870 AD to 2000 AD) Sem V & VI

1) Students will have understood various rulling power in the world.
2) Students will have undertstood the Social Economic & religious status of the world.

History BA III -Course- Historical Documents and Places Sem V & VI

1) Student will understand the Method of writing of History.
2) Students will have undertstood the Techniques of research.
3) Students will have got an exposure to various Historical forts and places.

Economics B.A.I Course- INDIAN ECONOMY Sem I & II

1)To awarethe problem of over population
2)Able to fight with poverty and unemployment
3)To aware the problem of rising prices
4)To understand the role of Agriculture in indian economy
5)To know the role of industry in indian economy
6)To deeply analyze development model i.e. LPG, PURA.
7)To introduce a economy of maharashtra.
8)It will helpful to know rural industry.

Economics B.A.II Course- ECONOMICS OF MONEY, BANKING AND PUBLIC FINANCE Sem III & IV

1) To know the history of money and function of money
2)It will be helpful to know the economic concept i. e. Inflation and Deflation
3)To know the banking function in india
4)To introduce the role of RBI
5)To know the economic funtion of indian government
6)To know the fiscal policy of india
7)To aware the structure of indian taxation
8)To make them analyze the financial administration of indian government.

Economics B.A.II Course- DEMOGRAPHY Sem III & IV

1) Make them analize the population study
2) TO understand the comparative study of sources of demographic data
3) To know the international theory of population study
4)To make students able to analyze the technique of population
5) To understood the population since 1951
6) To study effect of migration on indian population
7) To analyze population policy of india
8) to study the techniques of population projection

Political Science B.A.I Course- Indian Government and Politics I & II Sem. I & II

1) Know some important provisions from the Indian Constitution.
2) Know a fundamental rights of every Indian Citizen.
3) Use ideal values for Government's Law making process.
4) Know that constitution and by which the purpose of Government.
5) Get information about Judiciary and the process of Judiciary.

Political Science B.A.II Course- Introduction to Political Theory III & V Sem. III & IV

1) Get knowledge about basic concepts of political science.
2) Basic concepts will help to the political analysis.
3) We will know the imp.of concepts like liberty,equality and justice of
4) Social,political & economical approch will help to study concepts like liberty, equality& justice
5)Students of political science analyse the political system by using concepts like power,authority,legitimacy,democracy.

Political science B.A.II Course- Modern Indian Political Thought IV & VI Sem III & IV

1) Due to this paper know the ideas of students about Modern Indian Political India.
2) Know the thoughts of Indian Political thinker to get independent India.
3) Helping students to understand the thoughts of indian political thinker.
4) Understand the importance of the thoughts of Indian political thinker and their uses.
5) To make the base of modern india , thoughts of political thinkers plays imp.role .

Political science B.A.II Course- Public Administration ( IDS) Sem III & IV

1) Understand the work of Administration by knowing the Adminisrative values and work of Administration.
2) Know the importance of public coorporation in the development of India.
3) Know the welfare state and developed administration of public admnistration.
4) Understand budjet passing process of two countries India and England.
5) Understand changing nature of characterstics of Indian public policy.
6) Get information of policy acts like RTI,Lokpal , citizens characterstic and E-Governence.
7) Understand the contribution of Lokpal in currption or in tranparensic government.
8) Understand the contribution of Right to Eduction , National Health Mission, Right to food Security MNREG'A of policies to make welfare.

Sociology B.A.I - Course- I&II : INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY SEM I & II

Student will be able to:
1.Explain and apply the major theoretical perspectives in sociology.
2.Communicate orally and in writing about Sociological concepts.
3.Demonstrate an understanding of the role of evidence in both qualitative and quantitative methods in sociology
4.Knowledge of theories concepts substantive problems,and methodologies

Sociology B.A.II Course- INDIAN SOCIETY :STRUCTURE AND CHANGE III &V SEM III & IV

Student will be able to:
1.Direction in values formation and morl development social justice ,respect of human life and dignity and social responsibility.
2.Understanding of the sociological perspective on human conditions.
3.Awareness of the connections and differences between diverse historical and cultural positions in society.
4.Ability to create new knowledge about social reality and become future leaders

Sociology B.A.II Course- SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN INDIA IV &VI SEM III & IV

Student will be able to:
1.Applied theory to practice using problem solving techniques and data analysis.
2.Ability to think critically and creatively and to solve problems using the scientific approach.
3.Understanding of the intellectual and ethical importance of the sociological imagination and sociological mindfulness.
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