Bachelor of Arts (B.A) Subjects & Syllabus All Semester

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B.A Subjects & Syllabus : – Bachelor of Arts (B.A) is a prestigious Bachelor degree India. We have also assigned the subjects and Syllabus for each year each semester so that you can easily analyse the course. Get a complete overview of the topics that appear in the Bachelor of Arts (B.A) each semester. The curriculum may vary from university to university. The Bachelor of Arts (B.A) curriculum is detailed below. Course Structure for Subjects/Syllabus B.A 1st year, B.A 2nd year, B.A 3rd year all semester here.

 

B.A. (Hons.) courses are being offered in the following subjects

 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A) Subjects & Syllabus All Semester

(I)  Structure of B.A. (Hons.) Course

A candidate for B.A. (Honours) Examination shall be required to offer and be examined in (i) one Honours subject, comprising eight papers, (ii) two subsidiary subjects, each comprising two papers i.e. four papers in all (iii) one language subject, comprising two papers, and (iv) one General Studies paper, totalling fifteen papers in all, divided equally into five papers for each Part I, Part II and Part III examinations of the course, as per following structure: –

Examination Hons. Subject Subsidiary papers Compulsory Language Subject Computer Education Total paper
B. A.(Honours) Part I 2 Papers (Paper I & II) 2 Papers

(Paper I of each of the two subsidiary subjects)

1 Paper

(Paper I of Language Subject)(Composition

XX 5 Papers
B. A.(Honours) Part II 2 Papers (Paper III&

IV)

2 Papers

Paper II of each of the two subsidiary subjects)

1 Paper

(Paper II of Language Subject)(Composition

XX 5 Papers
B. A.(Honours) Part III 4 Papers (Paper V, VI.

VII and VIII)

XX XX 1 Paper (General

Studies

5 Papers
TOTAL 8 Papers 4 Papers 2 Papers 1 Paper 15 papers

 

(II)  Abstract of the Syllabus of B.A. (Hons.) Courses

The abstract of B.A. (Hons.) Courses is given below, subject wise. The breakup of marks between term end written examination and the home assignment/practical examination, as also the pass marks required to pass in each paper, are also indicated.

B.A. (Hons.) in Economics

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination

(written exam. + Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Micro Economics 80 20 45
2. Indian Economy 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 Macro Economics 80 20 45
4 Money Banking and Public Finance 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 Developmental & Environmental Economics 80 20 45
6 International Economics 80 20 45
7. Agricultural Economics 80 20 45
8. Industrial Economics 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Education

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. +

Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Philosophical & Sociological Foundation of Education 80 20 45
2. Development of Education in India 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 Educational Psychology & Pedagogy 80 20 45
4 Population, Environment and Value Education 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 Educational Measurement, Evaluation and Moral Education 80 20 45
6 Educational Guidance Curriculum Construction 80 20 45
7. Educational Thought and Practice 80 20 45
8. Issues and Trends in Contemporary Indian Education 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Geography

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment/

Practical

PART-I (1st Year)
1. Geomorphology, Climatology & Oceanography 80 20 (Practical) 45
2. Geography of Asia, China and Japan 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 Geography of India, Bihar and Jharkhand 80 20 (Practical) 45
4 Economics and Resource Geography 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 Geographical Thought and Applied Geography 80 20 45
6 Human and Settlement Geography 80 20 45
7. Population Geography and Bio-Geography 80 20 (Practical) 45
8. Environmental Geography 80 20 (Practical) 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in History

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. +

Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. History of India (Earliest Times to 1206AD) 80 20 45
2. Rise of Modern West 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 History of India (1206 AD -1757 AD) 80 20 45
4 Brief History of Modern Europe (1789 AD – 1945 AD) 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 History of India (1757 AD-1950 AD) 80 20 45
6 History of Freedom Movement of India (1857AD -1950AD) 80 20 45
7. Brief History of Asia 80 20 45
8. History of USA (1776 AD-1945 AD) 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Home Science

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment/

Practical

PART-I (1st Year)
1. Food Science & Nutrition 80 20 (Practical) 45
2. Human Development 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 Dietetics 80 20 (Practical) 45
4 Family Resource Management 80 20 (Practical) 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 Textile and Clothing 80 20 (Practical) 45
6 Child Psychology 80 20 45
7 Extension Education 80 20 45
8 Family Relationship 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Pol Science

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination

(written exam. + Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Political Theory 80 20 45
2. Indian Government and Politics 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3. Comparative Government and Politics 80 20 45
4. International Politics 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5. Public Administration 80 20 45
6. Political Thought 80 20 45
7. Political Sociology 80 20 45
8. Indian Political Thinkers 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment/

Practical

PART-I (1st Year)
1. Basic Psychologcal Processes 80 20 45
2. Psychopathology 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3. Social Psychology 80 20 45
4. History and Systems of Psychology 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5. Research Methodology 80 20 45
6. Clinical Psychology 80 20 45
7. Industrial and Educational Psychology 80 20 45
8. (a) Psychological Experiment, and 50 (Practical) 45
(b) Psychological Testing 50 (Practical)
Total 240 160 180
Grand Total 560 240 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Public Administration

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. +

Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Principles of Public Administration 80 20 45
2. Indian Administration 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3. Administrative Thinker-Classical and Contemporary 80 20 45
4 Public Policy and Analysis 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5. Social Administration 80 20 45
6. Democratic Decentralization and Urban- Rural Governance with Reference to India. 80 20 45
7. Educational and Health Administration in 80 20 45
India
8. State Administration of Bihar and

Developmental Issues

80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination

(written exam. + Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Introduction to Social Work 80 20 45
2. Social Work- Intervention with Individuals &

Groups

80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3 Social Work Intervention with Communities and Institutions 80 20 45
4 Introduction to Family Education 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5. Introduction to HIV/AIDS 80 20 45
6. Substance Abuse and Counselling 80 20 45
7. Social Work in Disaster Management 80 20 45
8. Disaster Management Methods and Techniques 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Sociology

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. +

Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Introduction to Sociology 80 20 45
2. Foundation of Sociological Thought 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3. Society in India 80 20 45
4. Social Research Methods 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5. Indian Societies : Issues and Problems 80 20 45
6. Rural and Urban Sociology 80 20 45
7. Social Welfare and Social Legislation 80 20 45
8. Industrial Sociology 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

B.A. (Hons.) in Tourism

Paper Title of the Honours paper Distribution of Marks between Theory and Assignment Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. +

Assignment )

Written exam Assignment
PART-I (1st Year)
1. Foundation Course in Tourism 80 20 45
2. Foundation Course in English 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-II (2nd Year)
3. Tourism Development : Products, Operations and Case Studies 80 20 45
4. Foundation Course in Humanities & Social Sciences 80 20 45
Total 160 40 90
PART-III (3rd Year)
5 Management in Tourism 80 20 45
6. Indian Culture : Perspective for Tourism 80 20 45
7. Ecology, Environment and Tourism 80 20 45
8. Tourism Marketing 80 20 45
Total 320 80 180
Grand Total 640 160 360

 

(III) Abstract of The Syllabus of Two Subsidiary Subjects to Be Offered By All Students of B.A. (Hons.) Course :

A candidate of B.A. (Hons.) course shall be required to offer two subsidiary subjects, each consisting of two papers, from out of the following subsidiary subjects. The abstract of the syllabus of the B.A. (Subsidiary) subjects is given below.

 

B.A. Economics (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Micro Economics 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Indian Economy 80 20 33

 

B.A. Education (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required
Written exam Assignment to pass the examination (written exam.+ Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Philosophical & Sociological Foundation of Education 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Development of Education in India 80 20 33

 

B.A. Geography (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Practical
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Physical and Economic Geography 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Geography of India, Bihar and Jharkhand 80 20 33

 

B.A. History (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 History of India (Earliest Times to 1206 AD) 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 World History 80 20 33

 

B.A. Home Science (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Food Science and Nutrition 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Human Development 80 20 33

 

B.A. Political Science (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Principles of Political Science 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Comparative Government and

Politics

80 20 33

 

B.A. Psychology (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Fundamentals of Psychology 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Social Psychology 80 20 33

 

B.A. Public Administration (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Principles of Public Administration 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Indian Administration 80 20 33

 

B.A. Social Work (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Introduction to Social Work 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Social Work Intervention with

Individuals and Group

80 20 33

 

B.A. Sociology (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Introduction to Sociology 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Foundation of Sociological

Thought

80 20 33

 

B.A. Tourism (Subsidiary)

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-I ( 1st Year)
1 Foundation Course in Tourism 80 20 33
PART-II ( 2nd Year)
2 Tourism Development Products

Operations and Case Studies

80 20 33

 

Paper Title of the Subsidiary papers Distribution of Marks between

Theory and Assignment

Minimum Marks required to pass the examination (written exam. + Assignment )
Written exam Assignment
PART-III ( 3rd Year)
1 General Studies 100 xx 33

There shall be a compulsory General Studies paper for B.A. (Hons.) and B.Sc. (Hons.) students, having a common syllabus for both these streams. This papers shall carry 100 marks and will be entirely theoretical in nature, having no home assignment or practical content. Compulsory General Studies paper to be offered by all B.A (Hons.) Students. As a general rule, the Bachelor of Arts (B.A) program includes lectures, projects, exams, internships, Viva, and assignments. It is a 3-year course with 2 semesters per year and a total of 6 semesters for the entire course.

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