• The expected program and course outcomes are given by the Board of Studies along with the syllabus which is made available on university as well as college website. The brief program outcomes, program specific outcomes and course outcomes are summarized below.
  • At the beginning of academic term, the syllabus with outcomes is discussed thoroughly in the class. Teachers communicate the syllabi to the students through PPT, photocopy, e-mails or social media


Program outcomes -

  • Bachelor of Arts should acquire writing skills, communication skills, presentation skills, creative thinking ability, social, cultural, political, economic, historical, environmental awareness, etc.
  • Bachelor of Commerce should acquire managerial and accounting skills, leadership quality team spirit, communication skills, entrepreneurship, etc.
  • Bachelor of Science should acquire scientific temperament, research skills, handling skill of scientific equipment, computing and programming skills, etc.


Programme specific outcomes -

  • - the students should acquire writing, communication, translation and professional skills. They are expected to be well aware of all the well known Indian and foreign authors of respective literature.

  • Geography - the students should know the status of environment, GPS operation, weather
  • forecasting, GIS, remote sensing, geographical survey and encourage sustainable development
  • History - the students should know important historical events from ancient, medieval and modern India and the world, significant warfare situations, historical places and personalities, archaeological knowledge
  • Economics - the students should be aware of Indian economy as well as global economy with reference to agriculture, trade, finance and industrial development.
  • Commerce - students should acquire knowledge of major concepts in the field of management, finance, accounting, taxation, costing, auditing and banking
  • Mathematics - students should be able to define and explain mathematical terminologies and concepts. They should be capable of computing skills, programming skills, mathematical writing skills
  • Chemistry - along with the theoretical knowledge, students should acquire practical skills such as extraction, estimation, synthesis, handling of modern equipment and research skills
  • Zoology - students should acquire knowledge of taxonomy, animal identification, genetics, genetic engineering, animal tissue culture, conservation techniques, domestication of animals for human welfare
  • Physics - students should be able to analyze and interpret quantitative results, both in the core areas of physics and interdisciplinary areas. The ability to use contemporary experimental instruments and analysis tools to acquire and interpret physical parameters
  • Botany - students should be able to acquire knowledge of plant taxonomy, identify common local plants, functioning of plant parts, applications of plants for human welfare
  • Computer science - This programme is designed to transform students into technically competent, socially responsible and ethical computer Science professional. Students should acquire software developing capabilities to design and formulate computing models and its applications.
  • Information technology - students should be able to gain the knowledge about software development & testing, applications, programming for Geographical Information System (GIS), networking, cyber security, system administration, data management, data mining and internet applications