CROSS FACULTY SELECTION FORM FOR SYBSc / SYBSc IT
LAST DATE FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION: 5TH OCTOBER 2016
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Indian Culture - The Philosophy Within --- By the Ancient Indian Culture Department *
Indian Culture, the Philosophy within, is a study of the essence of the multifaceted culture of our subcontinent in the Political, Social, Economic, Religious and Philosophical parameters. Through interactive discussions, Field Trips, Films, Documentaries, Workshops and Guest lectures the topics will be explored to give a broad understanding of the innate aspects of Indian culture where the holistic elements of Indian Philosophy form the natural weave. The attempt of the course is to provide a judicious and a logical understanding of Indian Culture which in all aspects presents a vibrant, dynamic and a diverse whole.
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International Economics --- By the Economics Department *
The objective of the course is to provide a basic background against which students (especially those with no knowledge of the Theory of Economic) can analyze current International economic problems. To achieve this, students will be exposed to various aspects of International trade, Trade embargoes, Trade theories, Trade policy and the International Monetary system.
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Literature and Resistance --- By the English Department *
The course explores how texts from different cultures and traditions may reflect or influence values, assumptions and the sense of identity. It aims to help students become critical readers of fiction, poetry and drama by introducing them to literary concepts and themes of conflict and resistance. The readings include texts on social and political resistance and an introduction to feminism, as an example of resistance to patriarchal values, and also draw attention to the use of poetry with its imagery, symbolism and figures of speech, as a medium of resistance.
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An Introduction to Gandhian Studies --- By the History Department *
This course is a study of, the Father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi, the leader, nation builder and an exceptional personality. It deals with colonial India and the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi, his struggles for personal freedom and for a free India. It will focus on his methods of fighting back the imperialists in India and in South Africa. It will cover his basic and simple philosophy of life, struggle against the mighty British and about self control. It is about how he moblised the nation towards one common objective and goal ie. freedom. The course will highlight the various practices of Truth, Non violence, Satyagrha etc. It will try to draw parallels to the methods used across the world to seek justice and promote peace. The course will expect students to go through Gandhi’s autobiography and understand his stages of evolution in personal and as well in his political career. The students will be given research articles on various themes related to his philosophy and movements. It will try to understand the opposition he had from his contemporaries and other sections of society. It is equally important to study his dream for India and how he wanted the country to progress. His concepts of state, nation, village industries etc are still so relevant to study and debate upon. The generation today needs to know about him, not merely as a name and symbol, but also what he achieved as a leader. If today we forget Gandhi and his principles, then we will have to revive him again, because he is timeless and has left an indelible mark on the history of our country and around the world. Apparently Einstein once wrote the following about Gandhi: “Generations to come, it may be, will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth”
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Fundamentals of the Indian Constitution --- By the Political Science Department *
The course helps in understanding the basics of the Indian Constitution and the working of the governmental machinery with focus on the selection, qualification, powers and limitations of the President and the election, appointment, powers and role of the Prime minister. It also provides an overview of The Judiciary, with special attention to the organization, that is, the High court and Supreme Court and finally judicial activism.
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Science of Culture --- By the Sociology & Anthropology Department *
The course will explore the concept of culture. Culture is not easily defined, nor is there a consensus among scholars, philosophers and politicians (nor, probably, among the rest of us) as to what exactly the concept should include. We hope here to expose students to its various usages and different meaning. For this we will look at the history of the culture concept by exposing students to a few of the wide ranging debates which have gone on about the concept of culture during the past century and see its relevance to practitioners of science. Furthermore, we hope to offer some insight into what the culture debate means in our own lives and to provide some examples of how cultural meanings are formed, maintained, and changed. Some of the topics covered will be Popular culture and Information society.
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Science, Technology and Social Change: Some Issues and Challenges --- By the Sociology & Anthropology Department *
Science students do get an opportunity to develop expertise in their chosen discipline. Often times, however, this expertise is not in sync with social realities. This single Semester special course has been designed to provide the undergraduate science student from any subject specialization the ability to interrogate broader social questions as they impact the world of science. It is hoped thereby that their study and subsequent practice will be better informed and be motivated through social concerns.
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Representing the Nation through the News Media. --- By the BMM Department *
This paper aims to give students an overview of the news media. It is an introduction to regional newspapers, their crusade to educate Indians on the real issues and the Indian regional language newspaper’s role in nation building. In this age of ‘breaking news’ there is an attempt to deconstruct news and reach the readers: this will be reflected on.
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Management Accounting and Investment Portfolio Management --- By the BMS Department *
It is difficult to earn money but it is more difficult to multiple it. To understand various opportunities of investments in the market it is necessary to learn to understand the balance sheet and profit and loss accounts. The subject Management Account and Investment Portfolio is framed in such a manner that science students can study various investment opportunities which are existing in the market and by their own analytical skill they can also do investments after they start earning.
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The Psychology of Relationships --- By the Psychology Department *
All humans engage in various interpersonal relationships but may not be aware of the psychological factors that play a role in adjustment and growth through these relationships. This course involves the application of psychology with the aim of helping people to be more effective in their interpersonal interaction. It will give the insight into overcoming barriers in communication, understanding friendship, love, vulnerable areas in marriage & sexual relationships. Modules include:An orientation to Psychology (as a science) and it's applications Topic 1: Interpersonal communication and conflict Topic 2: Friendship and LoveTopic 3: Marriage and intimate relationships
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