Course Title : HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
Credits : 2
Course Outcomes: On finishing of the course, students should
be able to:
CO1: Explain the evolution of the idea of Human
C02: Compare different approaches on Human rights
CO3: Critically analyse provisions of UDHR
CO4: Judge human rights violations from the vantage point of Indian constitutional provisions
CO5: Seek remedial measures for the human right violations through judicial means.
Articulate the waste generation in India and the world
Identify the different types of solid wastes
Describe the solid waste management methods
Articulate the source and characteristics waste water
Compare the various waste water treatment methods An
Comprehend the reuse of wastewater Un
Explain the source, characteristics and management of
Articulate the source of e-wastes and their
List the waste management policies
Compare waste management practices in various
Explain the methods of converting wastes to useful
Microbial Technolgy course offers an open program deal with different aspects of Microbiology and its application.
- Students will understand the basics of microbial life, including different types of microbes and their roles in the environment.
- Students will explore the various ways in which microbes are used in technology, such as medicine, agriculture, and energy production.
- Students will analyze the potential benefits and challenges of using microbial technology.
- Students will develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills through hands-on activities and discussions.
To Familiarize the students with the concepts of film and its techniques. Film is the most effective and popular medium of expression. The role of literature in the restoration of humanity is the same as that of films in this new technology era. Along with entertainment, films have also bought many issues to the audience to make people think.
An introduction to the exciting world of radiations and their characteristics.
Duration: 2 hrs/ week
1. Understanding types of radiation and their characteristics.
2. Biological effects of different radiations.
3. Analysing harmful characteristics and development of radiation countermeasures
This course explores the principles and applications of biotechnology in the food and dairy industries. Students will gain an understanding of the molecular and cellular techniques used in the production, processing, and preservation of food and dairy products. The course will cover topics such as fermentation, genetic engineering, enzyme technology, and quality control in the context of food and dairy biotechnology.