Courses Offered - P. G.
Post Graduate Course - M. A.,

  Duration of course
The course of study for M. A., degree shall extend over a period of 2 academic years, each academic year is comprised of two semesters and each semester is comprised of 16 weeks of class work, provided that the candidates completes his/her degree within six years from the date of admission to the first semester of the M. A., degree course.

   Post Graduate Departments
   Department of English
   Department of Economics
   Department of Political Science

  Elective Papers in PG Courses:
01. MA English (Previous)
02. MA English (Final)

03. MA Economics (Previous)

04. MA Economics (Final)

05. MA Political Science (Previous)
06. M.A Political Science (Final)
Dalit Literature, American Literature Linguistics
Modernity & Modernism, South Asian Studies, Discourse Analysis

Economics of Infrastructure, Resource Economics,
World Trade Organisation

Public Finance, Indian Economy, Rural Development,
Human Resource Development

Human Rights, International Relations, Problems and Prospects
Public Administration
  Teaching Faculty (Post Graduate)

   MA in English
Sri. Avinash. T, Coordinator

   MA in Economics
Dr. K .B. Dhanajaya, Coordinator

   MA in Political Science
Dr. PRAHALADAPPA M. H., Coordinator

   MA in Sanskrit
Dr. Shruti Keerthi., Coordinator

   MA in Urdu
Dr. Azeez Ahmed., Coordinator
  Examination : 3 Hours per paper
Maximum marks per paper : 100
Semester - end University Examination : 80 marks
Internal assessment : 20 Marks

   Appearance for the Examination
A Candidate should apply for all the subjects of the semester when he/she appears for the examination of that semester for the first time.
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