I. Course Scheme :
II. Syllabus for the Courses:
BAI101: Comprehension of an unseen passage, Basic Language Skills: Grammar and Usage , Simple compound and complex sentences, Paragraph Writing: Descriptive, Informative, Poetry: John Keats – When I have fears that I may cease to be. Production of speech sounds : Vowels and Consonants.
BAI121: Reconstructing Ancient Indian History, Historical interpretations (with special reference to gender, environment, technology, and regions). Palaeolithic cultures- sequence and distribution stone industries and other technological developments. Understanding the regional and chronological distribution of the Neolithic Chalcolithic cultures : subsistence, and patterns ofexchange.
BAI161: Traditions of Political Theory: Liberal, Marxist, Anarchist and Conservative, Indispensability of Justice, The Universality of Rights, Importance of Freedom,  Why should we obey the state? Issues of political obligation and civil disobedience? How do we accommodate diversity in plural society? Issues of multiculturalism and toleration?
BAI133: definition, place of physical geography within the discipline of geography, Divisions of physical geography-geomorphology, climatology, oceanography,  Plate Tectonics, Types of Folds and Faults, Geomorphic Processes, Evolution of Landforms (Erosional and Depositional.
Cartographic Techniques (Practical)
1. Cartography – Nature and Scope.
2. Scales – Concept and application Graphical Construction of Plain, Comparative and Diagonal Scales.
3. Map Projections – Classification, Properties and Uses Graphical Construction of Polar Zenithal Stereographic, Bonne’s and Mercator’s Projections, and reference to Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Projection.
4. Topographical Map – Interpretation of a Mountain area with the help of Cross and Longitudinal Profiles.
5. Slope Analysis – Wentworth’s method.
BAI141: Economics: Definition, Nature, Scope, The Economic Problem : Scarcity and Choice, Functions of an Economic System, Cardinal Utility Analysis, Consumer Equilibrium, Price, Income and Substitution Effects, Law of Variable Proportions.
BAI151: Methods of Psychology: Experimental, Observation, Survey, Sensory Proccesses: Visual, Auditory – Structure and Functions of Eye and Ear , Theories of Emotion: James-Lange, Cannon-Bard and Schachter–Singer. Nature, Determinants of Personality, Intelligence: Nature of Intelligence, Theories: Spearman, Thurstone, and Cattell
BAP151: Students are to conduct and report at least 3(Three) practicals: As EPQ/EPI,   Retinal color zones/Color Blindness Sound Localization, Study of emotions etc.
BED101: Introduction to Philosophy, Education and Sociology. Educational Implications of Idealism, Pragmatism, Naturalism etc. Educational Contribution of Indian and Western Philosophers as Mahatama Gandhi, Aurbindo, Tagore. Plato.  Agencies of Education as School, Family, Mass media. Role of education for National integration, International understanding and environment protection. Writing reflection on readings of any two thinkers.
BED104: Meaning, importance, tools, scope, issues and challenges of ICT. Operating system, social websites, web learning, computer virus, application of ICT in education, smart classroom, cyber crimes, internet etc.
BEP104: Preparation of result sheet, teaching material by using MS-Word, Excel. Power point. Create an e-mail id and google account. Browse the search engines. Preparation og blog. Survey of educational sites. Collection of e-resources