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ISSUES IN INDIAN ADMINISTRATION - 2022
Dr.Nithya N.R. FACULTY

ISSUES IN INDIAN ADMINISTRATION - 2022

INTRODUCTION

This course is offered as a core paper for Second  Semester Students of M A Political Science and Public Administration. The course analyses the changing trends of the Indian Administration from the liberal phase to the neo-liberal phase. It also discusses unequal federal relations, the role and functions of rural local democratic decentralized institutions at the grassroots level and the major issues in Indian Administration. After completing the course, the students will be able to acquire knowledge of the evolution, nature and structure of the Indian Administration and major issues confronting the Indian Administration in the contemporary period.



HIN-CC-522 NOVEL AND SHORT STORY
Dr. Leena B.L. FACULTY

HIN-CC-522 NOVEL AND SHORT STORY

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course covers Origin and development of Hindi Fictions In General and Hindi novels and short stories in particular. Characterization, plot and new trends have to be analyzed. Gain deep knowledge in various features of Hindi Fiction and able to get a transparent picture of the origin and development of Hindi fiction along with its vivid dimensions. Comprehend the concepts, trends and themes of Hindi Novels and short stories; thereby arriving to its significance in modern Hindi literature. Understand the new trends arising in the study of Hindi Novels and short stories and know more about socio-culture, psychological analysis through these literary works. Can access more about the stylistic aspects of the prominent writer Agney in the field of Hindi fiction.

Issues in Indian Politics
Dr. Anu Unny FACULTY

Issues in Indian Politics

CO1–Analyse the dialectics of caste, class and politics in India

CO2– Understand and analyse the changing nature of Party System in India with special reference to major political parties in the country

CO3 –Analyse the dynamics of electoral politics in India

CO4 – Understand various debates on secularism, nationalism, communalism and democracy

CO5– Understand various theories of marginalisation and the problems of marginalised social groups in India

CO6 –Evaluate India’s Political economy and the development experience

GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY
Dr. Anu Unny FACULTY

GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY

CO1- Understand the Relevance of Global Health Security and the Role of Diplomacy in Global Health

CO2- Analyse the Geopolitics of Global Health

CO3-Understand How Global Health is Financed and the Role of Health Financing Institutions

CO4- Understand and Analyse the Challenges to Public Health System in India

CO5- Analyse the question of Equity and Justice in Global Health

CO6- Understand the Divergent Perspectives on Global Health Governance

EDU-CC-542 Modern Educational Policies and Teacher Education
BINDU T V FACULTY

EDU-CC-542 Modern Educational Policies and Teacher Education

Educational policies and teacher education are the topics

DEMOCRACY, ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOUR
Dr. Sajad Ibrahim K. M. FACULTY

DEMOCRACY, ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOUR

Course Learning Outcomes

CO1:  Understand the general process of democracy, mainly elections and related factors. 

CO2:  Understand the concepts, ideas, and debates on elections in democracy.

CO3:  Evaluate elections, role of political parties and voting behaviour.

CO4:  Analyze the electoral systems comparatively with the leading democratic countries of the world.

CO5:  Understand the importance of psephology and election studies. 

CO6:  Evaluate the electoral process in India. 

CO7:  Understand the electoral politics in Kerala


NEUERE DEUTSCHE LITERATUR-I
Dr. Anees. A FACULTY

NEUERE DEUTSCHE LITERATUR-I

CO1: Outline the literature of 20th and 21st century
CO2: Familiarise with the contemporary German literature and majors writers
CO3: Distinguish the salient features of the most prominent writers of 20th and 21st
Century of literature from German speaking countries
CO4: Evaluate the socio-political engagement of the contemporary literary works
CO5: Compare the themes selected for majors literary works of 20th and 21st
With the post war influence and its impact on German mindset towards outside world
CO6: Formulate the world view from these literary creations for the sustainable
Development and world piece

Research Methodology
Dr. Anees. A FACULTY

Research Methodology

CO1: Identify appropriate research topics; equip the students with the opportunity to

independently carry out an in-depth inquiry to investigate a research question(s) of

their choice and develop them as a research minded practitioners

CO2: Select and define appropriate research problem and parameters; outline qualitative and

quantitative methodologies

CO3: Choose suitable research methodology and select sources for literature review and data

collection

CO4: Analyse the sources and interpret the selected theme

CO5: Design the conclusions

CO6: Compose the thesis and revaluate

LITERARY CRITICISM- I
Dr. Jayalakshmi Thazheveettil FACULTY

LITERARY CRITICISM- I

After Completion of the modules, the student should be able to:

  • 1. To develop a wholesome picture of major exponents of Indian literary criticism and their ideas and different standpoints.
  •  To read and understand the major texts in Sanskrit dealing with literary theories and related concepts.
  •  To understand and critically analyse the history of Sanskrit literary theories and evaluate the literature in general by applying the Sanskrit literary theories.
  •  To analyse all creative writings in the light of Dhvani or suggestion and ability to appreciate the literary taste scientifically.
  • To develop aesthetic and cultural values and promote the virtues of life and to develop presentation and communication skills through Sanskrit poetics.
  • To apply the knowledge in new situations and to present communicative skills in linguistics and etymology.
  • To understand the division of Dhvani in detail and to understand the usages of varna, pada, vakya in literature.
  • To get an awareness about the contributions in later works based on the concept of Dhvani in Malayalam and other literature.


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DEM - GC - 501 KERALA'S POPULATION DYNAMICS
Smt. Preethi K. FACULTY

DEM - GC - 501 KERALA'S POPULATION DYNAMICS

This Course is offered to the  I semester PG students outside the department as an elective course .

COM-BE-513 ADVANCED CORPORATE ACCOUNTING
Dr. Resia Beegam S. FACULTY

COM-BE-513 ADVANCED CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

PSO: Knowledge of Indian Accounting Standards and skill in preparing financial statements of corporates including consolidated financial statements and accounting for amalgamation and liquidation of companies.


On completion of the course, students should be able to:

CO1: Understand the trade related Accounting Standards and their application
CO2: Understand and Recognize the convergence of IFRS and Ind AS
CO3: Acquire the skill for preparing Financial Statements by applying relevant Accounting Standards
CO4: Understand and Apply the knowledge in accounting for Amalgamation
CO5: Understand and do Accounting for Liquidation of Companies