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Objectives


  • To impart the knowledge and analysts power to understand the society and the economy.
  • To enable students employable in government and private sectors.
  • To impart skills to understand the working of the society, economy and polity

Eligibility:- Senior Secondary (10+2) pass or equivalent in any discipline from recognized Board

Credit

108

Duration

Min 3 yrs and Max 6 yrs.

Foundation (Compulsory) Courses in I Semester


A student will study foundation courses in first semester of the study. In addition he will select three Elective subjects from the list of the elective subjects. At present the University offers only four electives however in subsequent semester more electives will be added to this list. The Foundation Courses are compulsory for all the students in the first semester and the marks obtained in these papers are not added for counting the Division. However, a student will have to qualify these papers. Students may choose any one subject from General English or General Hindi.

Sr. No. Paper Code Paper Title Credits
1. QEG / QHD General English / General Hindi N.A.
2. QCA Computer Application N.A.
3. QES Environmental Studies N.A.

Elective Subjects :

A student has to select Any Three group of the following elective subjects in the First Semester and that will remain unchanged in Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Semester of the study. In each elective subject there will be two papers.

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-101

Ancient History of India

3

2.

HI-102

History Of Rajasthan

3

3.

PS-101

Introduction to Political Science

3

4. PS-102 Modern Political Theory 3
5. SO-101 Introduction to Sociology 3
6. SO-102 Indian Society 3
7. EC-101 Micro Economics - Basic 3

8.

EC-102

Micro Economics - Advanced

3

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-201

Medieval India

3

2.

HI-202

Main Trends of Cultural History of India

3

3.

PS-201

Indian Political Thought

3

4. PS-202 Indian Polity 3
5. SO-201 Society Culture and Social Globlazitaion 3
6. SO-202 Indian Society: Issues and Problems 3
7. EC-201 Indian Economy 3
8. EC-202 Economics Of Rajasthan 3

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-301

History Of Medieval India (1206 – 1526 AD) 3

2.

HI-302

Indian Society and culture (Up to 1200 AD) 3

3.

PS-301

Indian Political Thought - ll 3
4. PS-302 Indian Constitution 3
5. SO-301 Environment and Society 3
6. SO-302 Methods in Social Research 3
7. EC-301 Micro Economics - 1 3
8. EC-302 Micro Economics - ll 3

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-401 History of India (1857-1947) 3

2.

HI-402 History Of India after 1947 3

3.

PS-401 Representative Western Political Thinkers – I 3

4.

PS-402 State Politics : Rajasthan 3
5. SO-401 Rural Sociology 3
6. SO-402 Social Change in India 3
7. EC-401 Public Finance 3
8. EC-402 Statistics For Economic Analysis 3

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-501 World History  (1453-1815) 3

2.

HI-502 World History (1815-1945) 3

3.

PS-501 Representative Western Political Thinkers – II 3
4. PS-502 International Relations 3
5. SO-501 Population Studies 3
6. SO-502 Classical Sociological Thought 3
7. EC-501 Development Economics - I 3

8.

EC-502 Development Economics - II 3

Sr.

No.

Paper Code

Paper Title

Credits

1.

HI-601 History Of Middle East Asia 3

2.

HI-602 Indian Society and Culture upto 1707 AD 3

3.

PS-601 Challanges to Democracy 3

4.

PS-602 Modern Political Theory – Part II 3
5. SO-601 Indian Sociological Thinkers 3
6. SO-602 Introduction Sub Sociologies 3
7. EC-601 Money and Banking 3
8. EC-602 International Economics 3

Evaluation & Examinations:

Internal Assignment

The internal assignment shall carry a weightage of 30 percent of marks. Two assignments will be given in each course and the marks obtained in the assignment are added with the marks obtained in the term-end-examinations. The internal assignment shall be submitted to the university.

Term-End-Examination

There shall be a term-end-examination at the end of each semester of every year. It carries a weightage of 70% marks. Term-End-Examination will be held in the months of June and December every year. The students are at liberty to appear in any of the examinations conducted by the university during the Semester subject to the completion of the minimum time frame prescribed for the programme pursued. No separate Examination forms are to be filled with Admission Form. For appearing in the examination of due papers a student will have to submit Back Paper Examination Form along with the requisite examination fee before the due date. If a student does not appear in any paper, he/she may appear in them in the subsequent Term-End-Examinations subject to a maximum credit ceiling prescribed by the University for an Examination. This facility will be available to a student to secure the minimum pass grade during the maximum duration prescribed for the programme. Marks obtained in the Foundation Course will not be added for the calculation of the division of the student but it will be compulsory to pass the foundation course papers. The pass marks in Internal Assignments and Term-End-Examination is only 30% for any one of the components. However, to clear a course as well as a programme as a whole a student is required to secure 35% marks. Division shall be awarded to the successful candidates only after passing all the courses of study and internal assignments in the sixth and final semester as follows:

I Division 60% and above
II Division 48% and less than 60%
Pass 35% and less than 48%

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