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  • The course prepares students for teaching and for Creative Bengali Writing.
  • The course serves as a basis for further higher studies and research in this field.
  • Students will demonstrate a command of written academic Bengali.
  • Students will demonstrate mastery to write under time constraints.
  • Students will demonstrate proficiency in literary history, literary theory
  • Students will acquire a good knowledge on the nature of language and of the place of language study on society.
  • Students will acquire general linguistic theory and fundamental understanding of core areas of language analysis including phonology, morphology,syntax and pragmatics.
  • Students will demonstrate their imagination and creativity in language arena.
  • Students will demonstrate critical and analytical skills in the interpretation and evaluation of literary texts.
  • Students will acquire moral, emotional and social values from our rich literary works.


  • The course helps to acquire chemistry knowledge which help further for higher studies and research in this field.
  • Students will have a firm foundation in the fundamentals and application of current chemical and scientific theories including those in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry.
  • Students will be able to design and carry out scientific experiments as well as accurately record and analyse the results of such experiments.
  • Students will be proficient in problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning as applied to real life scientific problems.
  • Course will enable them to explore new areas of research in both chemistry and allied fields of science and technology.
  • Students will be empowered to explain why chemistry is an integral activity for addressing social, economic, and environmental problems.
  • Enhance the ability to use computers for chemical simulation and computation.


  • Students will able to prove their expertise in subjects like accounting, costing, management, Finance, human resource management, e-commerce, computerise accounting package like Tally etc.
  • Students will be able to understand the basic concepts of different accounting Standard, new trends of management and application of modern management, different business and commercial law, practice of Human Resource Management, provisions of Income tax,
  • This course enable student to acquire theoretical as well as practical exposure in the field of commerce, industry, insurance company and in banking sector. This will also help to enroot their entrepreneurial skills so that they can think to start their own business.
  • This course will enable students to show their capability in the professional examination like CA, ICWA, MBA, CS.
  • Through project work students will be able to identify business issues and problem and analyse them. As a result they learner will be able to demonstrate their skill in decision making. This will also help them to do further research work in the area of commerce.
  • This course will help them to develop effective business communication skill and cope with the challenges of corporate world.


  • Foundation of Computer Science : The ability to interpret the fundamental concepts and methodology of computer systems. Students can understand the functionality of hardware and software aspects of computer systems.
  • Foundation of mathematical concepts: To use mathematical methodologies to crack problem using suitable mathematical analysis, data structure and suitable algorithm.
  • Practical Knowledge: Recognition of interplay between theory and practice. Graduates understand the interplay between theory and practice and the essential links between them. Graduates understand how theory and practice influence each other.
  • Effective problem solving and critical thinking skills. Graduates understand how to apply the knowledge they have gained to solve real problems, not just write code and move bits. They are able to design and improve a system based on a quantitative and qualitative assessment of its functionality, usability and performance. They realize that there are multiple solutions to a given problem and that selecting among them is not a purely technical activity, as these solutions will have a real impact on people’s lives. Graduates will also be able to communicate their solution to others, including why and how a solution solves the problem and what assumptions were made.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Individual and team work : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the computer engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex computer engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.


  • The course prepares students centric learning and teaching method are both Bengali and English languages.
  • The course serves as a basis of further higher education and enrich research field.
  • Students will able to adjust with new environment.
  • Students will develop creative thinking.
  • Students will demonstrate critical and analytical skills in the interpretation and evaluation of present scenario.
  • Students will explore new knowledge.
  • Students will apply social norms, values, morality, different esthetical issues etc.
  • Students will build self-concept.
  • The students will able to adopt and apply there life skills.
  • The students will demonstrate various social skills.
  • The students will acquire a good knowledge on the nature of history of education.


The Department of English of Srikrishna College seeks to foster the intellectual development of its students by encouraging study of literature and writing. The Department strives to make its students familiar with a wide range of works of British writers in particular and World literature in general with a special focus on Indian writings in English. The issues of culture, history, gender, race, ethnicity, politics are addressed and negotiated in the process of imparting knowledge of English literature in its pluralistic forms, to help student develop a critical mindset of their own .The Department wishes that each student who graduates with a BA Honours in English from Srikrishna College, will have an enduring interest in language and literature, an awareness of their historical and cultural legacies, knowledge of complexities of human existence, the political and social upheavals and its bearing on literature, an understanding of the ability of great literature to arouse and challenge people to struggle with insightful questions of human identity and values. With the introduction of new syllabus under CBCS from the year 2018, which promotes a new thematic frame work where Indian classical literature share space with contemporary literary crosscurrents, UG syllabus at Srikrishna College will help students to build skills of analytical and interpretive argument, and become careful and critical readers.

Courses Outcome (CBCS):

1. Classical Literatures (Honours- CC1, CC2):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Read and understand about the rich classical texts from Greco-Roman literatures as well as Indian literatures written in Sanskrit, in translated versions.
  • Explain the eco-socio-political-cultural context of the age that produced Indian classical literature from its early beginning till 1100 AD
  • Appreciate the pluralistic and inclusive nature of Indian classical literature and its attributes
  • Historically situate the classical literature and diverse literary cultures from India, mainly from Sanskrit, but also Tamil, Prakrit and Pali by focusing on major texts in the principal genres
  • Trace the evolution of literary culture(s) in India in its/their contexts, issues of genres, themes and critical cultures
  • Understand, analyze and appreciate various texts with comparative perspectives
  • Trace the nature of influence that all the classical texts have on modern English literatures both in British and Indian writings in English.
  • Appreciate these texts as a source of great wisdom.
  • Interpret these texts from contemporary points of view.

2. Indian Writing in English (Honours- CC3, DSE1, GE4; Pass- LCC1, DSE1, GE2):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • How and why Indian literature emerged as a distinct field of study.
  • Trace the development of history of English literature from its beginning to the present day.
  • Interpret the works of great writes of Indian writers in English.
  • Demonstrate, through discussion and writing, an understanding of significant cultural and societal issues presented in Indian English literature.

3. British Literature (Honours- CC4, CC7, CC8, CC9, CC10, CC12, DSE2; Pass- CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to …

  • Trace the developmental history of English Literature from Old English Period to 19th century.
  • Show familiarity with major literary works by British writers in the field of Drama and Poetry.
  • Be acquainted with major religious, political and social movements from 14th to 19th century and their influence on literature.
  • Learn various interpretative techniques to approach literary texts of varied genres.

4. Popular Literature (Honours- CC6):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to …

  • Know the meaning of Popular Literature and its distinct characters.
  • Read and understand some of the representative popular literary pieces.
  • Understand how formulaic elements create the ideal world without limitations or uncertainties in readers' imagination.
  • Probe into the literary and aesthetic merits of popular fictions.

5. Literary Theory & Criticism (Honours- DSE 3, DSE4):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to …

  • Learn the history of literary criticism and various literary theories.
  • Apply critical and technical theory and vocabulary to describe and analyze, and formulate an argument about literary and other texts.
  • Think about the non-fixity of meaning of literacy texts.
  • Develop a skill in applying various literary theories in interpreting a specific text.

6. Women’s Writing (Honours- CC11):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Learn how and on what grounds women’s writings can be considered as a separate genre.
  • Read and understand canonical texts written by Women writers across different ages.
  • Differentiate between sex and gender.
  • Be aware about the issues and concerns of the women writers of the developed, developing and under-developed countries.

7. English Communication, English Language Teaching, Soft Skills, Academic Writing and Composition, Creative Writing etc. (Honours- GE1, GE3, AECC1, SEC1, SEC2; General- AECC1, SEC1, SEC2, GE1, SEC3, SEC4):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Know the process of beginning and growth of English language
  • Know about various innovative ways of using English language in verbal and non-verbal communications.
  • Write clearly, effectively, and creatively, and adjust writing style appropriately to the content, the context, and nature of the subject.
  • Think about the relation between language and literature
  • Convey their ideas in English using simple and acceptable English in writing
  • Understand to recognize and draft different types of writing – e.g. classroom notes, summaries, reports, exploratory and descriptive paragraphs, substantiating etc
  • Describe a diagram or elaborate information contained in a graph, chart, table etc
  • Write a review of a book or a movie
  • Write a report on an academic or cultural event that takes place in a college or university for a journal or a newspaper

8. Modernism and beyond (Honours- CC13):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Know about the meaning and scope of the concepts of the Modern/Modernity/Modernism.
  • Study and interpret representative writings from the 20th and 21st century.
  • Acquaint themselves with the great tradition of modern European drama
  • Examine various literary techniques that writers of 20th century use in writing their texts, and demonstrate an understanding of these techniques.
  • Reflect upon the great upheaval that the world has undergone during 20th century and the constructive role of literary activism/movements in restoring humane values.

9. Post-colonial Literature (Honours- CC14):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Know how a literary text, explicitly or allegorically; represents various aspects of colonial oppression.
  • Question how does a text reveal about the problematic of post-colonial identity.
  • Learn how a text reveals about the politics and/or psychology of anti-colonialist resistance.
  • Trace the history of post-colonial movements in India and its textual representations.
  • Locate and represent subaltern voices through their own writings.

10. American Literature (Honours- CC5):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Comprehend the implications and reverberations of the American freedom struggle through the prescribed texts.
  • Be well-informed about the evolution of American literature and the different cultural backgrounds of the American authors and the themes, and their different wring styles.
  • Comprehend the unyielding American dream.
  • Recognize the universality of human experiences reflected in the works produced by Americans.

11. Research Methodology (Honours- DSE6):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Comprehend Literary Research against other types of researches and will have learnt to identify and describe the Research Question.
  • Imbibe the rhetoric styles, language appropriate for research and the knowledge on the mechanics and methodology of writing a literary project.
  • Acquire training in selecting and defining the appropriate research problem and parameters.
  • Understand how to organize ideas and format a dissertation.

12. Partition Literature (Honours- DSE5, Pass- DSE2):

After Completion of this Course Students will be able to

  • Explain historical and socio-cultural factors responsible for the Partition of Indian Sub-continent.
  • Demonstrate critical understanding of manifestations of the experience of the partition in various art forms.
  • Link and analyze the eco-socio-historical-cultural contexts and dimensions related to the Partition of India e.g. nation, nationalism, communication, violence, exile, homelessness, refugee, rehabilitation, resettlement, border and border lands (colonialism and post colonialism), literary responses to the partition in different parts of Indian continent and interpret them.
  • Interpret texts and experience and relate it to their contexts and experiences

Specific outcomes for B.A. English courses include the following:

1. Literature, Nation and Tradition: The current syllabus in the UG level will provide students an opportunity to know India’s age old literary and cultural tradition through their exposure to Sanskrit texts and modern Indian vernacular literature in translation. How reading literature in English can be an effective means to address the complex issues of identity, nationalism , historical tradition in Indian context, is a new focus area of the present course.

2. Awareness about Culture and History: Students gain an understanding of the relations between culture, history and texts. They learn to use texts as a gateway to various cultural traditions and interpret them in their historical contexts. How a literary text can appear as an ideal platform to locate dominant and marginalized voices of a society, is an important focus of the under-graduate literature programme.

3. Issue of Sexuality and Gender: Literature course teaches a student to believe that one's own sense of identity is not enough to persuade the rest of the world to agree. Human beings are no longer bound by such binary concepts as male-female or masculine-feminine. They will learn that sex is a biological concept based on biological characteristics, whereas gender deals with personal, societal and cultural perceptions of sexuality. Appropriation of literary texts as tools of cultural study will help students to challenge centuries of social tradition and scientific belief which promote such and other types of differentiations. Cross Fertilization with allied Arts Students of English Honours should also be able to articulate the relations among culture, history, and texts—for example, ideological and political aspects of representation, economic processes of textual production, dissemination and reception, and cross-fertilization with other arts: architecture, sculpture, music, film, painting, dance, and theatre.

4. Reading: Students will gain awareness about the best literary traditions of the world. By learning how others live and handle their lives, one becomes connected with the world in a way we might not otherwise experience. They will discover that they are part of a huge conglomerate of human thought and emotion. All the great texts that a student of English Honours will get chance to study will expand their range of experience. They can gain courage and strength by living vicariously through well-developed characters. Through reading students will have an awareness for varies perspectives. This will also expand their range of experience and in the process they will learn to be more empathetic toward the plights of others.

5. Writing skills and Process: Students will be able to recognize and comprehend different varieties of English language and develop a writing style of their own. English honours students should be aware also that textual analysis can be extended with profit to political, journalistic, commercial, technical, and web-based writing. It is expected that their exposure to the ideas of variety of writers and their cultural backgrounds, will have a bearing in their own literary styles. With the development of their writing skills and finesse of style there will be a possibility of them emerging as perspective writers, editors, content developers, teachers etc.

6. Means of Effective Communication: Study of literature is intertwined with the study of language. Learning various language patterns, sentence structures and dialogue forms can help one in real life in effectively communicating with others. English is the language of science, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. Knowing English increases students’ chances of getting a good job in future.

7. Gaining of Critical Insight: An exposure to various social and cultural traditions and through the reading of representative texts from different periods help a student gain a critical insight about the reality as a whole.

8. Acquisition of Values: Acquisition of values is needed for individual development and social transformation. English literature course at UG level, like any other literary course, helps a student to gain subjective experience of the text’s aesthetic value. This helps in developing quality of thinking and imagination and is a step forward to emerge as a better human being. Through their judgment of the aesthetic value of a literary text students will learn to appreciate whatever is good and beautiful in life. Their healthy mind will thus be storehouse of healthy thoughts.


  • Develop a basic and strong foundation in Geography.
  • This Syllabus is designed to impart basic knowledge on geography as a spatial science and train the undergraduates to secure employment in the sector of geo-spatial analysis, development and planning, mapping and surveying.
  • Recognize, synthesize and evaluate diverse source of knowledge, argument and approaches pertinent to exploring human-environment problems. Explain societal relevance of geographical knowledge and apply it to real world human-environment issue.
  • Appreciate and reflect critically on the importance of holistic and interpretative human-environment perspectives.
  • The knowledge gathered from practical field works and study tour retain in the mind.
  • Inculcate eathical values ,team work, leadership and managerial skills.
  • Student become equipped with the ability to respond to both natural and man made disaster and acquire management skills. This is attained through the curriculum by studying and analyzing hazards ,disasters, their impact and management.
  • The programme provides platform to lucrative carrier opportunities from comfortable indoor settings to outdoor environment depending on their interest.


The history department values critically aware and informed citizentry with an honest academic. The study of history is a fundamental component of the liberal arts education.


  • Courses Outcome 1: Working Knowledge
    Students will demonstrate a working knowledge of selected topics from calculus, linear algebra and distribution of other branches of mathematics.
  • Courses Outcome 2: Proofs & Arguments
    Students will demonstrate the ability to determine the validity of a given argument, and be able to construct mathematical proofs independently.
  • Courses Outcome 3: Algorithms
    Students will demonstrate understanding of the mathematical basis of common algorithms, and the ability to calculate accurately and efficiently.
  • Courses Outcome 4: Problem Solving
    Students will demonstrate the ability to solve problems, including applications outside of mathematics, by means of intuition, creativity, guessing and the experience gained through the study of particular examples and mathematical models. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyse data and draw appropriate mathematical & statistical conclusions.
  • Courses Outcome 5: Mathematical Communication
    Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate mathematical ideas clearly. They will use correct mathematical terminology and proper mathematical notation.
  • Courses Outcome 6: Employment skills
    Students should attain the needed written and oral communication skills to translate their degree into a viable career path
  • Courses Outcome 7: Ethical Leadership
    Students will demonstrate the ability to think critically, research, and reason.
  • Courses Outcome 8: Learning Teaching Techniques
    Students will demonstrate the ability to effectively utilize a variety of teaching techniques and classroom strategies to positively influence student learning.
  • Courses Outcome 9: Cultural Competence
    Students will recognize and differentiate among diverse cultures through the history of mathematics.


PHILOSOPHY or “LOVE OF WISDOM” provides the foundation upon which all belief-structures and fields of knowledge are built. So PHILOSOPHY is called ‘Science of all Sciences and Arts of all Arts’.

Benefits of Studying Philosophy:

  • To inspire the student to confront the philosophical problems implicit in the experience of self, others and the Universe, together with the question of their relations to ultimate transcendence (God and immortality).
  • To develop in the student habits of clear, critical and logical thinking within the framework of an adequate philosophical methodology and to avoid bad reasoning in writing and work.
  • To introduce the student to reading critically the great philosophers, past and present throughout different ages and understanding of the History of Philosophy, major doctrines and methodologies.
  • To help the student to formulate for oneself a philosophy of life or world-view and crucial understanding of contemporary ideas consistent with the objectives of liberal education.
  • Proficiency in critical, analytical thinking including the ability to ask relevant questions, examine different sides of an issue and recognize and evaluate arguments.
  • Proficiency in independent thinking, including the ability to develop and defend original position.
  • Proficiency in written and oral communication, understood as stating and defending a clear and substantive thesis, in writing and in conversation and presentation.
  • The ability to demonstrate improvement in student understanding of the major approaches to Ethics and morality and their application to contemporary moral problems in society.
  • To encourage the students to develop critical understanding of various key concepts in Philosophy such as right & wrong, truth & falsehood, the meaning of life, the nature of reality, value, duty, mind, language, existence, social justice, reason, beauty, happiness etc.
  • The tools of Logic & reason taught by Philosophy are of great use in further Higher education, Masters in Philosophy or any other post-graduation, research work and in employment.
  • Through Articulation, Argumentation, Analysis and Synthesis students can be masters in the fields of Metaphysics, Epistemology, Logic, Ethics, Theology, Aesthetics, Psychology, Religion, Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Science and can write philosophical essays with reasonable supporting documents. Students learn to be both critical and creative thinkers.
  • To acquire the abilities to read, evaluate and respond critically to intellectual material from any discipline.

Career Prospects:

  • To study Philosophy prepares the students for success in a variety of careers like research scholars, teaching or lecturer fields, writing articles etc. But in reality a philosopher graduate can become a lawyer, management, consultant, journalist, policy analyst, social worker, Govt. employee, public relation officer etc.

Our mission in the Philosophy Department at Bagula SRIKRISHNA COLLEGE is to empower the students to live courageous and thoughtful lives by passing on to them the inheritance of the philosophical tradition: its great texts, its central problems, and questions and its distinctive methods of critical thought, reflection, questioning and self questioning, lucid argumentation and cogent writing.


  • The course gives a platform to the students for giving best performance in the field of games & sports.
  • The course serves as a foundation of the subject for further higher studies and research in this field.
  • Improved understanding of the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • Improved knowledge of rules and strategies of particular games & sports.
  • Developed self confidence and self worth as they relate to physical education and recreation programmes.
  • Students will develop competency in many movement activities.
  • Students will achieve and maintain a health- enhancing level of physical fitness.
  • Students will demonstrate responsible social behavior while participating in movement activities. Students will understand the importance of respect for others.
  • Students will understand the relationship between history, culture and games.


  • Students will acquire and demonstrate core knowledge in physics, including the major premises of classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, electromagnetic theory, electronics, optics, special theory of relativity and modern physics.
  • Students will demonstrate both written and oral communication abilities in communicating physics-related topics.
  • Students will apply conceptual understanding of the physics to general real-world situations.
  • Students will know how to design and conduct a laboratory experiment (or series of experiments) demonstrating their understanding of the related scientific method and processes.
  • Students will demonstrate abilities of applying numerical techniques for modelling physical systems for which analytical methods are inappropriate or of limited utility.
  • Students will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the analytical approach to modelling of different physical phenomena.
  • Students will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of physics and science on society.


Political science is concerned with how societies are organized and governed, with how competing ideas about what is best for a society are articulated and resolved, and how decisions in one part of the world effect the other parts. Political science provides an opportunity not just to understand how societies actually work, but also some idea of how to make them better.

Political science help student to develop an understanding of political processes and institutions and to introduce them to the issues and problems that politics attempts to manage.

Career in law, government-service, journalism, teaching, politics, and public administration are directly related to training in political science. Simultaneously political science emphasises an approach on studying politics that provides anyone with the skill and knowledge to be an informed, active citizen or political participant.

Above all, any student of political science would be gained from learning about government and politics. Every one of them will be called on to vote periodically and help to make vital choices about who should govern their city, province and country.

Outcome of CBCS Curriculum for three years under-graduate course in political science

  • The course will develop a basic understanding about the Indian party system and electoral politics, Political participation, democratic systems.
  • Students will be able to understand contemporary theories and approaches to the study of political theory, international relations, public administration and political sociology.
  • The courses will familiarize the students with the Indian ancient, medieval, and modern political Thought and conceptualize Indian administrative and bureaucratic system.
  • The students will be able to grasp the basic conceptual framework of Indian constitution, rule of law ,federal system, and Get an idea about the Fundamental rights as well as fundamental duties of the Indian citizens’ and the role that the Indian judiciary play in protecting and upholding these rights.
  • Will help us to comprehend the institutional and policy measures for public welfare for the holistic development of the Nation.
  • The learners will learn Indian’s relation pattern with different nations in international arena and India’s aspiration in global field and have an insightful understanding Indian Foreign Policy.
  • The course paves the way of the students to acquire the knowledge in exercising democratic rights and help them to be a responsible citizens for a better nation.
  • It will portray the comparative scenario of various political system round the world and encourage the students for comparative study.
  • It will enhance the skill of the students in legislative practices and procedures, public opinion, survey research and make aware democratically.
  • He students will acquaint with the history of Indian political independence in the pre and post-colonial period and contributions of Great Indians for freedom struggle.
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