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4.4.2 Eligibility Conditions for Admission to M.A. - History


Students seeking admission to M.A.– History shall have successfully completed one of the following courses with minimum
qualifying marks as indicated below. Qualifying courses are indicated below in order of preference.

S. No. Course Minimum Marks Required

Category A - Direct Admission

A1 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in History of University of Delhi 55% marks in History Honours

Category B – Admission Through Entrance Test

B1 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in History of University of Delhi 40% marks but less than 55%

B2 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in History of Universities other 50% marks in History Honours
than Delhi University recognized as equivalent thereto

B3 B.A.(Pass) /Prog. Examination from Delhi University 45% marks and above in the
with History as an elective subject and 50% in the subject History aggregate as an elective subjectB4

B.A (Hons.) other than History,B.EI.Ed., B.Sc. (General), B.Sc. (Hons.) 50% marks or above in the
B.Com. (Hons.) and B.Com. (Pass) / B. Com. / from Delhi University aggregate

B5 B.A.(Pass/Hons.)/B.Com.(Pass/Hons); /B.Sc. (Gen./ 50% marks or above in the


Hons.) from Universities other than Delhi University aggregate

B6 Master’s degree in subjects other than History of Delhi 60% marks in M.Sc./M.Com.
University recognized as equivalent thereto. or 50% marks in M.A.

Instructions for Students Seeking Admission through Entrance Test


1. An Entrance Examination for M.A. (History) course will be conducted at the School (Main) building, 5, Cavalry Lane,
Delhi University, Delhi-110007 on 06-June-2010 at 10.00 a.m.
2. Successful candidates in this examination will be eligible for admission at the School of Open Learning.
3. The Entrance Examination will comprise a written examination of 100 marks for which the question paper will be of a
multi-disciplinary nature. The candidates will be expected to answer four out of eight questions in three hours.
4. There will not be any difference in the minimum qualifying marks in the Entrance Examination for the Main/South
Campus and the School of Open Learning.
5. Candidates getting less than 40% marks in the Entrance Examination will not qualify for admission.
6. Foreign Students who are recipients of Government of India scholarship/sponsorship by any agency of Government
of India will be exempted from the entrance Examination.
7. All candidates will have to pay an Entrance Examination fee (non-refundable) Rs.250/- for General Candidates and
Rs.100/- for SC/ST candidates at the time of registration. Candidates seeking admission to the School of Open
Learning through the Entrance Examination to be held on 06-June-2010 will have to pay this fee through Cash /
Bank Draft in favour of the Executive Director, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.
8. For identification an self attested photograph of the candidate along with his/her signature should be affixed on the
registration form and the examination ticket.
9. Registration will be done in Room No. 10 at SOL. Last date for Registration is 04-June-2010.

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4.4.3 Eligibility Conditions for Admission to M.A. - Political Science


Students seeking admission to M.A. – Political Science shall have successfully completed one of the following courses with
minimum qualifying marks as indicated below. Qualifying courses are indicated below in order of preference.

S. No. Course Minimum Marks Obtained


Category A – for Direct Admission
A1 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in Political Science from Delhi University 55% marks and above in Honours
Category B – for Admission through Entrance Test
B1 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in Political Science from 50% marks and above
Delhi University but less than 55% marks
B2 B.A. (Hons.) Examination in Political Science from Universities 55% and above marks
other than Delhi University recognised as equivalent to Delhi University
B3 B.A. (Hons.) in any one of the subjects other than 55% marks and above in
Political Science from aggregate Delhi University
B4 B.A. (Hons.) in any of the subjects other than Political Science 60% marks in Political Science
from other University recognized as equivalent to Delhi University subject and 60% in aggregate
B5 B.A. (Pass)/ Prog. B.Ed. /B. Com./B.Com. (Pass/ 55% marks in aggregate
Hons.,/ B.Sc. (Gen./Hons.) from Delhi University
B6 B.A. (Pass) from a University other than Delhi 60% marks in Political Science
University recognized as equivalent to Delhi University and 60% marks in aggregate
B7 Master’s Degree in subjects other than Political Science of 60% aggregate for M.Sc. and
Delhi University or any other University recognized as 55% for M.Com. 55% aggregate
equivalent to Delhi University in other subject for MA in other subject
B8 LL.B. Examination from Delhi University 55% marks
B9 LL.B. from other University recognized as 60% marks
equivalent to Delhi University.
B10 B.Sc. (Gen.) & (Hons.) and B.Com. (Pass) & (Hons.) 65% marks in aggregate
from other than Delhi University as equivalent to Delhi University

Procedure for Admission to M.A. Political Science through Entrance Test


1. The candidates fulfilling the above mentioned ‘Category-B’ conditions will have to appear in an Entrance Test to be
conducted at the School premises.
2. To appear in the entrance test the candidates are to register themselves in the School of Open Learning.
3. Registration for the Entrance Test in Political Science will be done up to 30th June, 2010. The Entrance Test will be held
on 07th July, 2010 at 10.00 A.M. in the premises of the School of Open Learning.
4. Candidates will be issued admission tickets for the Entrance Test. They should take the test on the prescribed time and
date. Candidates failing to appear for the admission test on the prescribed time and date for whatever reason will not be
considered for admission.
5. The M.A. Entrance Exam, will require students to choose and attempt two essay type questions. Time duration for this
exam will be one and a half hours and the paper is marked out of a total of 100 marks. The qualifying mark for passing
the M.A. entrance examination is now 50% not 40% out of total numerical marks. Standard University norms apply to
admission of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/OBC candidates. The entrance examination may be written in either
English or Hindi, but candidates may note that the medium of instruction is English.
6. Foreign students who are recipients of Government of India Scholarship/Sponsorship by any agency of Government of
India will be exempted from the Entrance Examination.
7. All candidates of general category, SC/ST are required to submit along with their registration form a bank draft on State
Bank of India of Rs. 250/-, Rs.100/- respectively in favour of The Executive Director, School of Open Learning, University
of Delhi, payable at New Delhi. This applies to those candidates who wish to appear for the entrance test. All candidates
are also required to submit two copies of a passport size photograph, evidence of date of birth and attested copies of the
qualifying exam results. Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe are required to submit
certificates of their status.

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4.4.4. M.A. Sanskrit


S. No. Eligibility Criteria Percentage
A Direct Admission
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit of the University of Delhi Minimum 60% marks.
B Through Admission Test
1. B.A. (Pass)/B.A. (Programme) or B.A. (Hons.) in Hindi of the University 40% marks in aggregate
of Delhi with at least two papers of Sanskrit of the B.A. standard
2. B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit from recognized University Minimum 40% marks
3. Acharya (Sanskrit) examination of recognized University / 50% in aggregate.
Deemed University and Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
4. Shastri (Sanskrit) examination of recognized University / 50% in aggregate.
Deemed University/Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
5. B.A. (Hons.) examination in any subject of the Delhi 50% in Hons. and minimum 60%
University or an examination recognized as equivalent in Sanskrit. Subsidiary /
thereto with subjects as subsidiary/concurrent subject Subject. concurrent
6. M.A. examination in Hindi, Philosophy, History, Linguistics Minimum 50 % marks in aggregate.
7. Master’s degree in any subject from a recognized University Minimum 50% marks in Sanskrit
with Diploma in Sanskrit of the University of Delhi. Diploma.
8. Bachelor’s degree in any recognized University and having a Minimum 50% marks in aggregate and
Diploma in Sanskrit from Delhi University 50% marks in Sanskrit Diploma
examination

Instructions for Students seeking Admissions through Entrance Test to M.A. (Sanskrit)
1. An Entrance Examination for M.A. (Sanskrit) will be conducted at the School (Main) Building, 5, Cavalry Lane,
Delhi University Delhi - 7 on 05-July-2010 at 10.00 a.m.
2. Successful candidate in this examination will be eligible for admission at the School of Open Learning.
3. Foreign students who are recipients of Government of India Scholarship/sponsorship by any agency of
Government of India will be exempted from the entrance Examination.
4. All candidates will have to pay an Entrance Examination fee (non-refundable) Rs. 250/- for General Candidate and
Rs. 100/- for SC/ST Candidates at the time of registration. Candidates seeking admission to the School of Open
Learning through the Entrance Examination to be held on 05-07-2010 will have to pay this fee through Cash/Bank
Draft in favour of the Executive Director, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi. The duration of the test will
be 2.30 hours.
5. Registration will be done in Room No. 10 at SOL. Last date of registration is 30-06-2010.

Course content for M.A. (Sanskrit) Admission/test


The admission will be based on the level of B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit examination in subjects like Literature, Grammar,
Philosophy etc. The test will also include questions from contemporary subjects based on General Knowledge.

The format of Question Paper will be as follows :-


1. Essay on contemporary topic/Upma Kalidasaya like saying on Sanskrit authors/ 20 marks
definition of Poetry according to Dandi, Vaman, Bhamah/Raniayana, Mahabharat/Sukti.
2. Descriptive Question from the subject 10 marks
3. Objective type questions 70 marks

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4.4.5. Eligibility Conditions for Admission & Master of Commerce (M. Com.)
S. No. Course Minimum Marks Required
Admission through Merit cum Entrance Test
1. B.Com. (Hons.) degree from Delhi University or University At least 50% marks
other than Delhi University recognized as equivalent thereto.
2. B.Com. (Pass) /B. Com. degree from Delhi University or any At least 55% marks
other University recognized as equivalent thereto.
3. B.A. (Hons.) Economics degree from Delhi University or any At least 50% marks
other University recognized as equivalent thereto.
4. B.B.S., B.B.A., B.I.F.A., B.B.E. degree from Delhi University At least 60% marks
on any other University recognised as equivalent thereto.

Instruction for Students seeking Admission through Entrance Test to M.Com.


1. An Entrance Examination for M.Com. will be conducted at the School (Main) Building, 5, Cavalry Lane, Delhi
University Delhi - 7 on 27-06-2010 at 10.00 a.m.
2. Successful candidate in this examination will be eligible for admission at the School of Open Learning.
3. Candidates getting less than 40% marks in the entrance Examination will not qualify for admission.
4. Foreign students who are recipients of Government of India Scholarship/sponsorship by any agency of
Government of India will be exempted from entrance Examination.
5. All candidates will have to pay an Entrance Examination fee (non-refunable) Rs. 250/- for General Candidate and
Rs. 100/- for SC/ST Candidates at the time of registration. Candidates seeking admission to the School of Open
Learning through the Entrance Examination to be held on 27-06-2010 at 10.00 A.M. will have to pay this fee
through Cash/Bank Draft in favour of the Executive Director, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.
6. Registration will be done in Room No. 10 at SOL. Last date of registration is 21-06-2010.

4.5 Entrance Test Schedule same percentage of pass marks at the qualifying
examination as prescribed for the equivalent
Students who are required to take the Entrance Test for
examination of Delhi University for purposes of
admission to M.A. courses in Hindi, History, Sanskrit,
admission to the post-graduate courses of this
Political Science and M.Com. shall appear for these tests as
University.
per the schedule indicated in section 2.1.
(2) Where the admission is based on screening/written test,
4.6 Special Provisions for post-graduate courses the Scheduled
Caste/Scheduled Tribes candidates would also be
4.6.1 Admission concession to SC /ST
required to appear in the Entrance Test but their merit list
Candidates would be drawn separately and operated as per the
In the case of Schedule Caste/Scheduled Tribes candidates, reservation quota.
seeking admission to the M.A. / M.Com. courses the (3) If the requisite number of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled
following guidelines are available as per the Academic Tribes candidates are not available by the last date fixed
Council resolution : by the University for admission to each course, the
Extract from A.C. Resolution dated 14-6-1983 regarding remaining seats will be de-reserved and filled from
reservation of seats for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled general category.
Tribe candidates :
4.6.2 Admission for OBC Students:
(1) For reserved category of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled
The OBC status is to be determined on the basis of the
Tribes the minimum eligibility for admission to Post-
central list of OBCs notified by the Ministry of Social Justice &
Graduate courses is the minimum pass marks of the
Enpowerment on the recommendation of National
concerned qualifying examination of the University of
Commission for backward classes. The total number of
Delhi. Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes candidates,
seats in each course and the number of seats for various
who have passed the last qualifying examination from
reserved categories including OBC/SC/ST & PH etc. would
other Universities, should have secured at least the
be as per the directions from Delhi University / UGC.

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4.6.3 Admission of Visually Challenged admssion to the M.A./M.Com. Courses but there shall not be
any reservation of seats for such candidates for any
Students Postgraduate Course.
Relaxation of marks up to 10% may be granted while
determining the eligibility of visually challenged students for 4.6.6 D e p e n d e n t s o f A r m e d F o r c e s
admission to various Postgraduate courses. Special fee Personnel
concession in tuition fees may be granted to such students Seats are reserved for the children and widows of the
after due consideration of their cases by the Student Welfare officers and men of the armed forces including para-military
Committee. personnel killed, or disabled in action in wars from 1947-48
4.6.4 Procedure for Admission of Physically onwards or those who died/were disabled on duty.
Challenged Students For this category of candidates relaxation to the extent of 5%
in the minimum marks in the aggregate and in the subjects,
Three percent (3%) seats are reserved for the Physically
as the case may be, will be given for admission to
Challenged candidates for admission to Undergraduate
M.A./M.Com. Courses. In order to become eligible for the
Course.
above concession, the children/the widows of Officers and
1. The Physically Challenged candidates (including blind Jawans will be required to produce an entitlement
candidates) be given weightage/ concession as the case card/Certificate issued by any of the following authorities :
may require, up to 10% for placement in merit list for
Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi.
Ø
admission to B.A. (Hons.) /B.Com. (Hons.) Course, i.e.,
other than the courses where admissions are made on Secretary, Rajya/Zila Sainik Board.
Ø
the basis of competitive examination of the University. Officer-in-Charge, Record Office.
Ø
2. The physically challenged candidates will be registered First Class Stipendiary Magistrate.
Ø
by the School in the first instance and thereafter their
applications will be forwarded to the Registrar indicating 4.6.7 Foreign Students
the nature of work involved in pursuing the course. All foreign candidates residing in India and seeking
3. These candidates would thereafter be referred to Medical admission to M.A./M.Com. courses in the School and
Board constituted for the purpose. The Board after satisfying the course, marks and age requirements are
examining the candidates concerned should indicate : required to apply to
(i) Whether the candidate is fit to pursue the course of The Deputy Dean
study in the light of the information supplied by the Foreign Students
School. C/o Faculty of Management Studies,
(ii) In case the Board is of the opinion that the candidate University of Delhi,
could pursue the course, the Board would recommend,
Delhi-110007.
taking into account the extent of handicap, the
percentage of weightage to be given but not exceeding No Foreign student should be admitted in the School of
10% in any individual case. Open Learning without prior approval of the Foreign
Students Advisor, University of Delhi.
4. After the Medical Board has made its recommendations
on the lines indicated above, these would be forwarded 4.6.8 Provisional Admissions
by the Registrar to the School for further action.
Candidates who have appeared in the final examination of
5. Applications that are received in time would only be their qualifying degree examination but whose results have
considered. not been declared or who have not received detailed marks
6. The 3% reservation may be allocated as follows: 1% for certificate will be registered provisionally keeping in view
persons with low vision or blindness; 1% for hearing their performance at the last examination/papers passed.
impaired; 1% for those loco motor disabilities and or Such candidates shall be required to submit a certificate
cerebral palsy. However if sufficient candidates are not from the University/College last attended by them to the
available in a sub-category then candidates from other effect that they have appeared in the final examination and
sub-categories should be considered instead. their results will be declared before 15, Oct 2010. Cases of
such candidates for admission will be considered on
4.6.5 Admission of Nepalese / Bhutanese individual merit of each case. Such provisional admission if
Students granted shall stand annulled without further notice if their
Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum marks will be results are not available by 15-October of the year of
given to the nominees of the Nepal Government/Royal admission or otherwise if they fail to qualify or fulfill the
Government of Bhutan to determine their eligibility for admission requirements.

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SUBJECTS OF STUDY
5.1 ,eΠ,ΠfgUnh
The M.A. Programme is divided into two parts as under. Each Part will consist of two Semesters to be known as Semester-I and
Semester-II.

Semester - I Semester - II
Part - I First Year Semester I.I Semester I.2
Part - II Second Year Semester II.1 Semester II.2

Interdisciplinary Courses :
LIST OF ELECTIVE PAPERS* bYkSfDVo@fodYi fuEu esa ls dksbZ ,d
;s varjkuq”kkfld isij vafre :Ik esa rS;kj gksus ds ckn ¼d½ lekt”kkL=
gh miyC?k gksaxsA rc rd vLFkk;h rkSj ij iz”ui= la[;k ¼[k½ Hkk’kk foKku
204 rFkk 304 esa bafxr iz”ui=ksa dh O;oLFkk gksxhA ¼x½ n”kZu
¼?k½ vU; Hkkjrh; Hkk’kkvksa esa ls dksbZ ,d
¼M+½ laL—r dkO;”kkL=

The schedule of Papers prescribed for various semesters shall be as follows :


Part I :Semester I(I.1)
Paper 101 miU;kl
Paper 102 fganh dgkuh
Paper 103 vU; x| :i
Paper 104 UkkVd
Part II : Semester II(I.2)
Paper 201 vkykspuk% fl)kar vkSj “kkL=
Paper 202 fganh Hkk’kk vkSj lkfgR; dk bfrgkl
Paper 203 fganh dh vkykspuk –f’V;k¡
Paper 204* Hkk’kk ifjp;
Part II : Semester II(I.2)
Paper 301 dfork iwokZËkqfud vk[;kuewyd dkO;
Paper 302 vkËkqfud vk[;kuewyd dkO;
Paper 303 izxhr vkSj eqDrdkO;
Paper 304* NaneqDr dkO;

For paper 204,304 there would be following optional groups covering the specialized fields of Hindi studies, so that students
may choose ANY ONE GROUP for these papers according to their area of interest.
LIST OF ELECTIVE PAPERS* bYkSfDVo@fodYi fuEu esa ls dksbZ ,d
;s varjkuq”kkfld isij vafre :Ik esa rS;kj gksus ds ckn ¼d½ lekt”kkL=
gh miyC?k gksaxsA rc rd vLFkk;h rkSj ij iz”ui= la[;k ¼[k½ Hkk’kk foKku
204 rFkk 304 esa bafxr iz”ui=ksa dh O;oLFkk gksxhA ¼x½ n”kZu
¼?k½ vU; Hkkjrh; Hkk’kkvksa esa ls dksbZ ,d
¼M+½ laL—r dkO;”kkL=

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Part ll : Semester IV (ll.2)


(A) bySfDVo@fodYi % jaxeap
4011 % fl)kar vkSj bfrgkl
4012 % ikB vkSj izn”kZu
4013 % Hkkjrh; Hkk’kkvksa dk jaxeap ¼jpukvksa ds ekË;e½
4014 % ,d ukVddkj dk fof”k’V vË;;u ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(B) fodYi % laLd`frewyd vË;;u
4021 % lLad`fr % vË;;u dh vo?kkj.kk,¡
4022 % vË;;u i)fr;k¡
4023 % ikWiqyj laLd`fr; ds :i
4024 % fdlh ,d lkald`frd :i dk v/;;u ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(C) fodYi % vuqokn vË;;u
4031 % vuqokn ds izdk;Z
4032 % vuqokn v/;;u bfrgkl
4033 % vuqokn fl)kar
4034 % fdlh va”k dk ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(D) fodYi % e/;dky
4041 % e/;dkyhu fganh lkfgR; dh vo?kkj.kk
4042 % e/;dkyhu njckjh ijaijk dk lkfgR;
4043 % e/;dkyhu lkfgR; dh yksd&fu’B ijaijk
4044 % ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(E) fodYi % vk/kqfud tulapkj ek/;e v/;;u izfof"V;k¡
4051 % tulapkj ek?;e dk fodkl
4052 % lekpkj uekZ.k vkSj izlkj.k
4053 % tulapkj ds fy, ys[ku vkSj v?;;u izfof”V;kW
4054 % ifj;ktuk dk;Z
(F) fodYi % Hkk"kkfoKku
4061 % fganh Hkk’kk dh lajpuk
4062 % lektHkk’kk foKku
4063 % Hkk’kk f”k{k.k
4064 % ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(G) fodYi % vk/kqfud fganh lkfgR;
4071 % vk/kqfud dh ;k=k
4072 % vk/kqfud fganh&lkfgR; dh fo’ks”krk,¡
4073 % vk/kqfud Hkkjrh; lkfgR; dk lanaHkZ
4074 % vk/kqfud fo”o&lkfgR;
(H) fodYi % fganh dk yksd lkfgR;
4081 % yksd dh vo?kkj.kk vkSj vuqlka?kku izfof?k
4082 % yksd laLd`fr ds vax vkSj mldh vfHkO;fDr;k¡
4083 % fganh {ks=] yksd “kSfy;k¡ vkSj yksd lkfgR; ds fofo?k :Ik
4084 % ifj;kstuk dk;Z
(I) fodYi % vfLerk vkSj lkfgR;
4091 % vfLerk vo/kkj.kk,¡ vkSj fl)kar
4092 % tsaMj vfLerk vkSj lkfgR;
4093 % nfyr vfLerk vkSj lkfgR;
4094 % ifj;kstuk dk;Z

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5.2 M.A. HISTORY


Programme Structure
The M.A. (History) is divided into two parts as under. Each Part will consist of two Semester.
Semester - I Semester - II
Part - I First Year Semester I.1 Semester I.2
Part - II Second Year Semester II.1 Semester II.2
The schedule of Papers prescribed for various semesters shall be as follows :
Papers Marks Duration (Hrs.)
Part I : Semester I
Paper HSM 101 : Ancient Civilization 100 3
Paper HSM 102 : Medieval Societies 100 3
Paper HSM 104 : Imperialism and Nationalism, 1750-1964 100 3
Paper HSM 105 : China : Struggle for Revolution and Modernization 1900-1949 100 3
Part I : Semester II
Paper HSM 103 : Problems in the Rise & Development of Capitalism in Britain, 100 3
France & Germany, C 1750-1964
Any three of the following :
Paper HSM 110 : France : Govt., Economy and Society, 1709-1851 100 3
Paper HSM 113 : The Rise and Establishment of Facism in Europe Since 1919: 100 3
Germany, Italy & Span
Paper HSM 114 : Russia : 1856-1921, Crisis of Autocracy & Revolution 100 3
Paper HSM 129 : History of Chinese Communism 100 3
Total 400
Part II : Semester III
ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY (GROUP - A)
Paper HSM 201 : Pre-History and Proto-History of India 100 3
Paper HSM 202 : Elements of Epigraphy & Numismatics 100 3
Paper HSM 203 : Political Ideas & Institutions 100 3
Paper HSM 204 : Development of Indian Religions 100 3
(GROUP - B) MEDIEVAL INDIAN HISTORY
Paper HSM 231 : History of delhi sultanate (A.D. 1200-1540) 100 3
Paper HSM 233 : History of India 1605-1707 100 3
Paper HSM 234 : Social and Economic History of India, C 1250-1750 100 3
Paper HSM 235 : Social & Economic History of Peninsular India, C 1250-1750 100 3
(GROUP - C) MODERN INDIAN HISTORY
Paper HSM 261 : Rise of British Power, C 1740-1858 100 3
Paper HSM 262 : Economy and Society in India, C 1750-1850 100 3
Paper HSM 263 : Strategies of Imperial Control (1850s-1947) 100 3
Paper HSM 264 : Economic History, 1850-1950 100 3
Total 400
Part II : Semester IV
(GROUP - A) - ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY
Paper HSM 205 : Social & Economic History upto C A.D.320 100 3
Paper HSM 206 : Social & Economic History AD 320-1200 100 3

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Any two of the following :


Papers Marks Duration (Hrs.)
Paper HSM 207 : Archaeological theories & Methods 100 3
Paper HSM 208 : Historical Archaeology 100 3
Paper HSM 213 : Art and Architecture of Peninsular India 100 3
Paper HSM 214 : Indian Epigraphy from C A.D. 550 100 3
Paper HSM 216 : Religion in Society c. A.D. 550-1200 100 3
Paper HSM 218 : Art & Architecture 100 3
(GROUP - B)- MEDIEVAL INDIAN HISTORY
Paper HSM 232 : History of India 1540-1605 100 3
Paper HSM 236 : Social-Religion Movements in Medieval India 100 3
Any two of the following :
Paper HSM 237 : History of Malwa & Gujrat (c 1398-1550) 100 3
Paper HSM 238 : History of Medieval Rajasthan 100 3
Paper HSM 240 : History of Marathas (A.D. 1636-1761) 100 3
Paper HSM 242 : Art & Architecture of Medieval India 100 3
(GROUP - C) MODERN INDIAN HISTORY
Paper HSM 265 : Aspects of Social History, (c 1850-1950) 100 3
Paper HSM 266 : National Movements, (c 1870-1917) 100 3
Paper HSM 267 : National Movement, (c 1917-1940) 100 3
Any two of the following :
Paper HSM 268 : The Revolt of 1857
Paper HSM 269 : Labour in Modern India, c 1870-1950 100 3
Paper HSM 270 : Political, Social & Economic Thought of Mahatma Gandhi 100 3
Paper HSM 271 : Communalism in Modern India 100 3
Paper HSM 272 : History of India (1947-1964) 100 3
Total 400
Grand Total 1600

5.3 M.A. Political Science


The M.A. (Political Science) is divided into two parts as under. Each Part will consist of two Semesters.
Part - I First Year Semester I Semester II
Part - II Second Year Semester III Semester IV
The schedule of Papers prescribed for various semesters shall be as follows :
Papers Marks Duration (Hrs.)
Part I : Semester I
Paper 101 : Contemporary Political Theory 100 3
Paper 201 : Comparative Political Analysis 100 3
Paper 301 : Politics in India 100 3
Paper 401 : Theory of International Relations 100 3
Total 400
Part II : Semester II
Paper 102 : Western Political Thought 100 3
Paper 202 : Administrative Theory 100 3
Paper 302 : Themes in Indian Political Thought 100 3
Paper 402 : Research Methods in Social Science 100 3
Total 400

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Part II : Semester III


Paper 103 : Interpreting India 100 3
Paper 203 : Theory and Practice of Democracy 100 3
Paper : Optional Paper (courses marked a) 100 3
Paper : Optional Paper (courses marked c) 100 3
Total 400
Part II : Semester IV
Paper 104 : Modern Indian Political Thinkers 100 3
Paper 204 : International Political Economy 100 3
Paper : Optional Paper (courses marked b) 100 3
Paper : Optional Paper (courses marked d) 100 3
Total 400
Grand Total 1600

Optional Papers : 16b Public Institutions and Governance


16c Rural-Urban Development and Local Government
Students can select any two papers from groups a) and c) in India
from the available optional to be selected at the
commencement of M.A. Part II - Semester III. In Semester IV. 16d Environment and Development : Policy and Politics
They will have to take the related papers in b) and d). 17a Contemporary International Politics
17b Peace and Security
List of Optional Papers 17c India and the world
13c Ethics and Politics 17d Foreign Policy of Major Powers
13d Critical Traditions in Political theory 18a State and Society in South Asia
14a The Modern State in comparative Perspective 18b South Asia and the World
14b Social Movements and Revolution 19a State and Society in Pakistan
15a Indian constitution : Theory & Practice 19b Pakistan and the World
15b Parties, Elections and Political Process in India 20a State and Society in Africa
15c Development Process and Politics in India 20b Africa and the World
15d Democracy and Human Rights in India 21a State and society in China
16a Public Policy 21b china and the World

5.4 M.A. SANSKRIT


Programme Structure
The M.A. Programme is divided into two parts as under. Each Part will consist of two Semesters to be known as Semester-1 and
Semester-2.

Semester - I Semester - II
Part - I First Year Semester I.1 Semester I.2
Part - II Second Year Semester II.1 Semester II.2

The schedule of Papers prescribed for various semesters shall be as follows :

PART I : Semester I (I.1)


Paper 101 Vaidika Van . maya : Rk-Sam . hita & Nirukta
Paper 102 Poetics : Sahityadarpana
Paper 103 Sahitya : Nais. adha & Mr.cchakat.ika
Paper 104 Outline of Culture and Civilization in Sanskrit Literature

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