COS / POS / PSO

A.COURSE OUTCOMES (COs) Of UG COURSES

I. COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)of Bachelor of Arts

 

1. FYBA Compulsory English

1.   To make students aware of the different communicative skills, and to develop among them an ability to effectively communicate in English, both in written and spoken modes.

2.   To Develop linguistic and pragmatic competence among the students and to prepare them to develop competence for self-learning.

3.   To Encourageandenablethestudentstoreadthevarioustypesoftextsontheirownanddiscuss them among peers.

2. FYBAMarathiGeneralPaper-1(G1)

Sahityik Marathi/Vyavaharikani Upyojit Marathi

1.   To Introduce students to Marathi literature, language and culture.

2.   To Create interest in Marathi literature.

3.   To Develop the literary taste of students.

4.   To Cultivate ability to appreciate literature.

5.   To Connect literature to real life experience.

6.   To understand various branches and movements of Marathi literature.

7.   To Develop linguistic skills to meet the requirements in the age of globalization.

8.   To Importance of language in personality developments.

3. FYBAHistoryGeneralPaper-1(G1) Shivaji and His Times

1. IntroduceinnovativestudytechniquesinthestudyofHistoryofMarathatomakeit value based, conceptual and thought provocative.

2. IntroduceInternationalelementsinthestudyofMarathastofacilitatecomparative analysis of this history.

3. Highlight the importance of past in exploration of present context.

4. Understand the Socio–economic, cultural and political background of 17thcentury

Maharashtra.

5. Increase the spirit of healthy Nationalism &Secularism among the student.

4. FYBAGeographyGeneralPaper-1(G1) Geomorphology

1.   Introduce the basic concepts in Physical Geography.

2.   Acquaint with the utility and application of Physical Geography in different areas an environment

3.   Make the students aware of the need of protection and conservation of different

Land forms.

 

5. FYBAEconomicsGeneralPaper-1(G1)

Indian Economy: Problems & Prospects

1.   Students will be initiated into various economic concepts.

2.   Understand the techniques of mathematical and statistical analysis.

3.   Develop practical skill and to the different skill and abilities of students.

4.   Do practical working different modules on regional economic aspects.

5.   Understand and analyze economic problems.

6.SYBACompulsory English

1.  Develop competence among the students for self-learning

2.  Familiarize students with excellent pieces of prose and poetry in English so that they realize the beauty and communicative power of English

3.  Develop students‘ interest in reading literary pieces

4.  Expose them to native cultural experiences and situations in order to develop humane values and socialawareness

5.  Develop overall linguisticcompetence andcommunicativeskills of thestudents

7.SYBAMarathiGeneralPaper-2(G2)

SahitikMarathi/VhyahvarikandUpyojitMarathi

1.   Introducestandardwritingpractices.

2.   Develop theskillof translation.

3.   Understand aspects ofBiographyand Autobiography.

4.   Develop   ability   to   appreciate   and   evaluate   selected   Biographies   and

Autobiographies in modern Marathiliterature.

8.SYBAMarathiSpecialPaper-1(S1) MarathiSahityatilVividh Sahityaprakar (Types in MarathiLiterature)

 

1.   Providebasic knowledgeof Marathiliterature.

2.   Introduceliteraryclassics of different historical periods.

3.   Create andcultivate tastein Marathiliterature.

4.   Create perspectives to analyze, evaluate andappreciateliterarytexts.

5.  Develop abilityforin-depth studyof literature.

9.SYBAMarathiSpecialPaper-2(S2) Arvachin MarathiWangmayachaItihas (Ancient MarathiLiterature)

1.   Studyof thehistoryof Marathiliterature.

2.   Clarifytheconcept of literaryhistory.

3.   Introducethe nature, source and types of Marathiliteraturefrom 1818 to 1960.

4.   Introducethe major Marathiwriters and theirworks from 1818 to 1960.

10.SYBAHistoryGeneralPaper-II(G2) Modern India

1.  Helpstudentstoknow-HistoryoffreedommovementofIndia,aims,objectives, problems and progress ofIndependentIndia.

2.  Enable students to understand the processes ofriseof modernIndia.

3.  Acquaintstudents with fundamental aspects of ModernIndian History.

4.  Explain the basic concepts/concerns/ frame workofIndian History.

11. SYBA SpecialPaper-I(S1)

Diplomatic History of Marathas (1707 to 1818)

 

1. Student has studied Literary and Archaeological Sources of Maratha history.

2 To understand Student has a Concept of Maratha Period. 

3. Student has studied Expansion of Maratha Power.

12. SYBA SpecialPaper-II(S2)

History of Modern Maharashtra (1818 to 1960)

 

1 Student have studied Various Concept of Modern Maharashtra.

2 Student have studied Maharashtra in Early 19th Century.

3. Student have studied Socio-Economic & Religious Reformism.

 

13.SYBAEconomicsGeneralPaper-II(G2) Modern Banking

1.  Create awareness amongstudents about Modern BankingSystem.

2.  Bankingconstitutes important componentstowards understandingof economics.

3.  Clear understandingof theoperations of banking.

4. Knowledge ofNewTechnologyin Banking.

 

14.SYBAEconomics SpecialPaper-I(S1)

MicroEconomics

1. Understand the behaviorof economicfactors.

2. Develop Knowledgeof thepricefluctuation in amarket.

3. Basicconcept of Micro Economics.

4. Understand the problems of investment and welfare economics.

 

 

15.SYBAEconomics SpecialPaper-II(S2) MacroEconomics

1.  Major areaofeconomicanalysisin terms oftheoretical, empiricalas well as policy- makingissues.

2.  Develop Extensive, substantive as wellas methodological content.

3.  Understand thebasic concept of Macro Economics and application.

4.  Create thebasic theoretical framework underlying the fieldofMacro Economics.

 

 

16.SYBAGeographyGeneralPaper-II(G2) Climatology and Oceanography

1.  Introducethe students tothe basic principles andconcepts in ClimatologyandOceanography.

2.  Acquaintthe students with the applications of Climatologyand Oceanographyin different areas and environment.

3.  Make students aware of the Planet Earth and thereby to enrich the student‘s

Knowledge.

 

 

 

17.TYBACompulsoryEnglish

1.  Introducestudents to thebest uses of languagein literature.

2.  Familiarizestudents with the communicativepower ofEnglish

3.  Enable students to become competent users of English in real lifesituations

4.  Exposestudents to varied cultural experiences through literature

5.  Contributeto students  overall  personality  development  by  improving  their communicative and softskills

 

18.TYBAMarathiGeneralPaper-3(G3)

(Modern MarathiLiteratureand FunctionalMarathi)

1. Introducevarious movements in Modern Marathi literature.

2. Generate interest in modern Marathiliteratureamongstudents.

3. Provide close understandingof selected literarytexts.

4. Introducestudents to media.

5. Develop skill in preparing materials formediaincludingNewspaper, Radio and TV.

 

19. TYBAMarathiSpecialPaper-3(S3) Sahityavichar

1. Explain the nature and function ofliterature.

2. Explain the natureof theprocess of literarycreation and the concept ofliterary genus.

3. Analyze the process of literaryappreciation.

4. Provideknowledgeof some fundamental conceptsin literaryappreciation.

 

20.TYBAMarathiSpecialPaper-4(S4)

Varnanatmak V Aitihasik Bhasha Vidnyan

1.  UnderstandtheoriginaldevelopmentofMarathilanguageinthelightoflinguistic theories.

2.  Understand theevolution of Marathilanguage.

3.  Studythebasic featuresofMarathilanguage.

4.  Introducestudents to historical and descriptivelinguistics.

 

21.TYBAHistoryGeneralPaperIII(G3)

Historyof theWorld in20thCentury(1914-1992)

1.HelpstudentstoknowModernWorldandacquaintwiththeSocio-economic&Politicaldevelopmentsinothercountries andunderstandthecontemporary worldin the light of its background History.

2.  To orient the students with political historyof Modern World.

3. AcquaintwiththemaindevelopmentsintheContemporaryWorld(Understandthe important development inthe 20th centuryWorld.)

4.  Impart knowledgeaboutworld concepts.

5.  Enable students to understand the economic transition in World during the 20th century.

22.TYBAHistorySpecialPaperIII(S3) Introduction toHistory

1.  Orient students about how historyis studied, written and understood.

2.  Explain the methods andtools of data collection

3.  Understand the meaning of Evolution of Historiography.

4.  StudytheVarious Viewsand approaches toHistoriography.

5.  Studythe types ofIndianHistoriography.

23.TYBAHistorySpecialPaperIV(S4)

HistoryofAsiain 20thCentury (1914-1992)

1.  Orient students with political historyofAsia.

2.  Enablestudents to understand the economictransition in Asia during20thCenturies.

3.  Understand the important developments in the 20th century Asia in a thematic approach.

4.  Provide students with an overall view and broad perspective about different movementsconnectedwith Nationalist aspirations in the region of Asiangeneral.

5.  Empower students to copewith the challenges ofglobalization.

24.TYBAGeographyGeneralPaper III(G3) Human Geography

1.   Acquaintstudents with the natureof man environment relationship and human capabilitytoadopt and modifytheenvironment under its varied conditions from primitive lifestyleto themodern living.

2.   Identifyand understand environment and population in terms ofthespatial distribution pattern.

3.   Comprehend the contemporaryissues facingtheglobalcommunity.

25.TYBAEconomicsGeneralPaperIII(G3) Economic Development &Planning

1. Analyze chronic problems ofnarroweconomic base, inefficiencyand lowstandard of living.

2. Provide the basic conceptofEconomicsDevelopment

3. KnowledgeofEconomic Development&Planning.

4. Provide the detailsKnowledge ofeconomic development theories.

26.TYBAEconomicsSpecialPaperIII(S3) InternationalEconomics

1. UnderstandbasicconceptofInternationalEconomics

2. Knowledgeof Internationaltrade theories.

3. Analyzethe recentchanges intheexportimportpoliciesofIndia.

4.Analyze theInternational RegionalCooperation.

27.TYBAEconomicsSpecialPaper IV(S4) Public Finance

1.  Analyzethechangingrole ofthe Governmentin an economy.

2.  UnderstandthebasicconceptofPublic Finance.

3.  AnalyzetheBudget, Public Debt, Centre-State FinancialRelationship.

4.  Knowledge ofPublic Finance theories.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

Sub :- Indian Government and Politics G-1                       Class :- FYBA

  • It consist of political processes and the actual functioning of the political system.
  • To aware of political structure both Constitutional and Administrative.
  • It emphasizes on local influences that derive from social stratification of castes and jatis, from language, religion, ethic and economic determinants and critically assesses its impact on the political processes.
  • It is consist of major contradictions of the Indian Political Process are to be critically analyzed along with an assessment of its relative success and failure in a comparative perspective with other developing countries in particular those belonging to the South Asian region.

 

Sub :- Political Theory & Concepts G-2                    Class :-SYBA

  • It clears the concepts, ideas and theories in political theory.
  • It seeks to explain the evolution and usage of these concepts, ideas and theories with reference to individual thinkers both historically and analytically.
  • The different ideological standpoints with regard to various concepts and theories are to be critically explained with the purpose of highlighting the differences in their perspectives and in order to understand their continuity and change.
  • To emphasize the continuing relevance of these concepts today and explain how an idea and theory of yesteryears gains prominence in contemporary political theory.

 

Sub :- Western Political Thought  S-1  and Political  Sociology  S-2            Class :-SYBA

  • It included the classical tradition in political theory from Plato to Marx with the view to understand how the great Masters explained and analyzed political events and problems of their time and prescribed solutions.
  • To interpret both in the historical and philosophical perspectives to understand the universality of the enterprise of political theorizing.
  • The limitations of the classical tradition, namely its neglect of women’s concerns and issues and the non-European world are critically examined. The legacy of the thinkers is explained with the view to establish the continuity and change within the Western political tradition.

 

Sub :-  Political  Ideologies  G-3                                Class :-TYBA

  • It studies the role of different political ideologies and their impact in politics.
  • In course of its evolution and development, the different streams and subtle nuances within each ideology, the changes and continuities in its doctrine and its relevance to contemporary times are highlighted.
  • The close link between an idea and its actual realization in public policy needs to be explained as well.
  • The philosophical basis of the ideologies is emphasized with special emphasis on key thinkers and their theoretical formulations.
  • The legacy of all the major ideologies is to be critically assessed.

 

Sub :- Public Administration S-3                       Class :- TYBA

  • It’s an introductory course in Public Administration.
  • The essence of Public Administration lies in its effectiveness in translating the governing philosophy into programmes, policies and activities and making it a part of community living.
  • The paper covers personnel public administration in its historical context thereby proceeding to highlight several of its categories, which have developed administrative salience and capabilities to deal with the process of change.
  • The recent developments and particularly the emergence of New Public Administrations are incorporated within the larger paradigm of democratic legitimacy.
  • The importance of legislative and judicial control over administration is also highlighted

 

Sub :- International Politics S-4                       Class :- TYBA

  • This paper deals with concepts and dimensions of international relations and makes an analysis of different theories highlighting the major debates and differences within the different theoretical paradigms.
  • The dominant theories of power and the question of equity and justice, the different aspects of balance of power leading to the present situation of a unipolar world are included.
  • It highlights various aspects of conflict and conflict resolution, collective security and in the specificity of the long period of the post Second World War phase of the Cold War, of Détente and Deterrence leading to theories of rough parity in armaments.

 

II. COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)of Bachelor ofCommerce  F.Y.B.Com.

1. Compulsory English

 

1. Introducestudents with  good  pieces  ofprose and poetryso  that  they

Realizethebeautyandcommunicative power ofEnglish

2. Expose Students tonative culturalexperiencesandsituationssothatthey understandthe importance andutilityof Englishlanguage

3. Developoveralllinguistic competence andcommunicative skillsamong

the students

4. Developoralandwrittencommunicative skillsamongthe students

2. FinancialAccounting

 

1.   Impart knowledgeof various accountingconcepts

2.   Knowledge aboutaccountingprocedures, methodsand techniques.

3.   Acquaintwith practical approach to account writingbyusingsoftwarepackage.

3. BusinessEconomics(Micro)

1.   Exposestudents of Commerceto basicmicro economic concepts and inculcate an

Analytical approach to thesubject matter.

2.   Stimulatestudents‘interestbyshowingtherelevanceanduseofvariouseconomic theories.

3.   Applyeconomic reasoningto problems of business.

 

 

4. Computer Concepts and Application

1. Make the students familiar with Computer environment.

2. Familiarizewith thebasics of operatingsystem and businesscommunication tools.

3. Acquaintwith basics ofNetwork,Internet andrelated concepts.

4. Create awareness among students about applications ofinternet in Commerce.

5. Enable students to develop theirown web site.

 

 

5.Commercial Geography

 

1.To make the students familiar about geographical concepts.

       2.To understand the basic concepts of geography.

6.BusinessEnvironment &Entrepreneurship

1.   To makethe students awareabout theBusiness Environment.

2.   To create entrepreneurialawareness amongstudents.

3.   Tomotivatestudents to maketheirmindsetforselecting an entrepreneurshipas career.

 

7. Additional Paper

i. Additional Marathi

1.   Introducecommercestudents to conduct business transactions in Marathi.

2.   Clarifytheroleof Marathi as amedium of trade and commerce.

3.   Develop abilityto usemass media and communication to learn andteachMarathi.

4.   Develop abilityto write formedia.

5.   TosensitizestudentsabouttheimportanceofMarathiinofficial,administrative and academicspheres.

 

 

S. Y.B. Com

A. CompulsoryPapers

1. BusinessCommunication

1.   Understand theconcept,process and importanceof communication.

2.   Develop awareness regardingnew trends in business communication.

3.   Provideknowledgeof various mediaof communication.

4.   Develop business communication skills through the application andexercises.

 

2. CorporateAccounting

1.   Create awareness aboutCorporate Accountinginconformitywith theprovisions

OfCompanies Act and Accounting as perIndianAccountingStandards.

2.   Make awareabout the conceptual aspect of corporate accounting.

3.   Enable students to develop skills for computerized accounting.

4.   Enable students to develop skills about accountingstandards.

 

3. Business Economics (Macro)

1.   Familiarize the students the basicconcept of macroeconomics and application.

2.   Studythebehavior of theeconomyas awhole.

3.   Studythe relationship amongbroad aggregates.

4.   Applyeconomic reasoningto problems of theeconomy.

4.BusinessManagement

1.   Providebasic knowledge&understanding about business management concept.

2.   Understand various functions of management.

 

5. Elements of Company Law

1) Impart knowledgeof fundamentals of company law.

2) Update theknowledgeofprovisions of theCompanies Act of 2013.

3) Apprisestudents aboutnew concepts involvingincompanylawregime.

4) Acquaintwiththe duties and responsibilities of keymanagerialpersonnel.

5) Impart studentswith the provisions and procedures under companylaw.

 

B.SpecialPaper I

1. Banking & Finance

1.   Create awareness among the students ofIndian banking system.

2.   EnablestudentstounderstandthereformsandotherdevelopmentsintheIndia

Banking

3.   Providestudents insight into the functions and roleof Reserve Bank ofIndia.

 

C.T.Y.B.Com.

1. Business Regulatory Framework (Mercantile Law) Course

1. Acquaint students with the basic concepts, terms& provisions of Mercantile and

BusinessLaws.

2. Developtheawarenessamongthestudentsregardingtheselawsaffectingbusiness, tradeandcommerce.

 

 

2. AdvancedAccounting

 

1. Impart knowledgeof various accountingconcepts

2. Instillknowledgeabout accountingprocedures, methods and techniques.

3. Acquaint with practical approach to accounts writingbyusingsoftwarepackage.

 

 

4. Banking&Finance SpecialPaperII FinancialMarketsandInstitutionsinIndia
.

1.   Acquaintthe students with Financial Markets and its various segments.

2.   Understand the operations anddevelopments in financialmarkets inIndia.

3.   Enablestudentstogainaninsightinto thefunctioning androleoffinancialinstitutions in theIndianEconomy.

 

 

5. Auditingand Taxation

 

1. Acquaint with the concept and principles of auditing, audit process, tax audit, and auditof computerized Systems.

2. Get knowledgeabout preparation of audit report.

3. Understand the basic conceptsand to acquire knowledge about computation of Income, submission ofincometax return, advancetax, and tax deductedat source, taxcollection authorities under theIncome TaxAct, 1961.

 

6.Banking&Finance SpecialPaperIII BankingLawand Practicesin India Course 1. Acquaintstudents withBankingLaw and Practicein relation to theBanking system in India

 

2.UnderstandthelegalaspectsofBankingtransactionsandits implicationsasBanker and Customer.

3. MakeStudents awareof theBanking Law and PracticeinIndia

 

 

 

III. COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)of Bachelor of Science(B.Sc.)

 

1. F. Y.B.Sc. Physics

 

TermI

1)Mechanics(PhysicsPaperISectionI)

1.   Familiarizestudentswith basic concepts of kinematics.

2.   Havedeep understanding of Newton‘s laws ofmotion and their applications.

3.   Understand theconceptsofwork andenergythoroughly

4.   Understand the phenomenaof surfacetension andits applications.

5.   Familiar with the fluid mechanics.

6.   Enable studentsto solve numerical problems involvingtopics covered.

 

 

 

2)PhysicsPrinciplesand Applications(PhysicsPaperIISection I)

1.   Familiarize with the conceptual development of atomic model.

2.   Understand the various types of bondingbetweenthe atoms.

 

3.   Familiarize with theconcept ofelectromagneticwaveand applications ofelectromagneticwaves.

4.   Enable studentsto solve numerical problems involving topics covered.

 

 

 

TermII

 

3) Heat andThermodynamics (Physics Paper I Section II)

1.   Understand theequationofstate and studydeeplyvarious experiments regardingit.

2.   Enable students to understand the laws ofthermodynamicsand thermodynamic processes.

3.   Studythe concept of entropythoroughly.

4.   Studyheat engines andtheir efficiency.

5.   Studythevarious temperaturescales, types of thermometers andtheir workingprinciples.

6.   Enable to solvenumerical problems involvingtopics covered.

 

 

4) Electricity and Magnetism(PhysicsPaper IISectionII)

1.   Understandthe basic concepts and laws in electrostatics.

2.   Studythebasic conceptsand laws in dielectrics.

3.   Knowledgeof thebasic concepts and laws of magnetism.

4.   Familiar with magneticmaterials and theirproperties.

5.   Enable studentsto solvenumerical problems involvingtopics covered.

 

 

 

 

2. S. Y.B.Sc. Physics

 

SemesterI

 

1)MathematicalMethodsin Physics

1.   Familiarize students with themain mathematicalmethods used in physics.

2.   Familiarizestudentswith themain vector algebra.

3.   Get acquaintance withthedifferential equations.

4.   Applythesemathematical methods to solve problems in physics.

 

 

 

2)Electronics

1.   Familiarizestudentswith thebasic electronic components.

2.   Understand the networktheorems thoroughly.

3.   Havedeep knowledge about semiconductor devices.

4.   Befamiliar with the power supplies.

5.   Understand digital electronics.

6.   Solve numerical problems involvingtopics covered.

 

 

 

 

Semester II

3)Oscillations,Wavesand Sound

1.   Understand undamped / damped / forced oscillations thoroughly.

2.   Be ableto understand the wavemotion.

3.   Understand Doppler effects in sound / light.

4.   Familiarize with thebasic concepts of Acoustics.

5.   Enable studentsto solvenumerical problems involvingtopics covered.

 

 

 

4.F. Y.B.Sc. Chemistry

 

1. F. Y. B. Sc. Chemistry

 

PAPER – I:Physical  & Inorganic Chemistry

 FIRSTTERM– SECTION I

PHYSICALCHEMISTRY.

1. Chemical Mathematics

 

1. Definelogarithm.

2. State allrules oflogarithms.

3. Convert negativemantissainto positive (i.e. convert natural to logarithmand logarithm to natural)

4. Calculate pH and pOH.

5. Plotthe given data ongraph paper.

2. Gaseous State:

 

1. Explain ideal and non-ideal behaviors of(real)gas on thebasisof PV

AgainstPrelationship.

2. Deviation ofgasesfromIdeal behaviors.

3. Define compressibilityfactor ‗Z‘ andBoyle temp.

3. Chemical Thermodynamics

 

1. Limitation of first law/Necessityto studysecond law of thermodynamics.

2. Cyclicprocess suchasCarnot‘s cycle.

3. Operation ofCarnot‘scycle to determine thermodynamic  efficiency.

4. Statement ofsecond law based on thermodynamic efficiency.

5. Entropyof asystem.

 

PAPER – I:Physical & Inorganic Chemistry

FIRSTTERM– SECTION II

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY.

 

 

1. Chemistry of hydrogen

 

1. Element hydrogen its electronicconfiguration

2. Probable Position in periodictable

3. Detail discussion regardingits position.

(Resemblancewith alkalimetals, halogen and carbongroups)

4. Definition ofisotopes.

2. Hydrogen bonding

 

1. Definition

2. Types : intramolecularand intermolecular hydrogen bondingwith examples.

3. Effect of hydrogen bondingon followingphysical properties with explanation m.p, b.p., Physical State, Solubility&Viscosity.

 

 

3. Stoichiometry

 

1. Normality, Molarity,Normal Solution, MolarSolution, Equivalent Weight, PPM and Related Problems.

2. MoleConcept.

3. GMV relationship student should ableto solve problems based on GMV

relationship.

4. Standard Solution, Primaryand SecondaryStandard Substancesand standardization ofsolution, related problems.

 

PAPER – I:Phisical& InorganicChemistry

 

SECONDTERM – SECTION I

Physical Chemistry

1. Atomic structure

 

1. Explain the Dalton‘s atomic theory.

 

2. Explain the production, properties ofcathode rayand discoveryof electron.

2. Colloids

 

1. What are colloids?

2. Generalproperties of colloids.

3. Catalysis

 

1. To knowthe meaning ofterms catalyst, catalysis, positive catalysisand negative catalysis.

2. Explain homogenous and heterogeneous catalysis with examples.

 

 

PAPER – I:Physical& InorganicChemistry

  1. ElectronicConfiguration

2) Attainment of electronic configuration

3) Definition ofdifferent types of bonds withexample (Ionic, Covalent, Coordinate and metallic bonds)

4) Formation of bond, need of bond formation.

5)Overlappingofatomic orbital to form σand πbond with example.

 

F.Y.B.Sc.Paper – II –Organic& InorganicChemistry. F.Y.B.Sc.PaperII– Section I(OrganicChemistry)

1. Appreciate the historical development of Organic chemistry itsversatility inall walks of lifeandits potentialto meetthe needs of challenges of tomorrow.

2. Understand the fundamental concepts, which governthe structure, bonding, properties interactivities oforganicmolecules suchas covalentcharacter, hybridization, bond angles bond energies, bond angles, bond polarities, shapers of molecules.

3. Name the organiccompounds forming functional group whenstructuresgiven or vice versa(Common andIUPAC Names)

 

Paper– II-OrganicAndInorganic Chemistry. SecondTerm( Section– II ) :Inorganic Chemistry

1. Meaning of S-block elements, alkali metals andalkalineearth metals.

2. Position of S- block elements in periodic table.

3. Alkali metals and alkaline earth metals, theirelectronic configuration, Occurrence, trends in periodic propertiesincludingatomicand ionicsize, oxidation state, ionization Potential, electro negativityand reactivity.

4. Anomalous behavior ofLithiumand beryllium.

 

5.S. Y.B.Sc. Chemistry

 

1.   Understandtheconceptofkinetics,termsused,ratelaws,typesoforder,Discuss examplesof firstorder and second order reaction, Techniques of measurementof rate of reaction .

2.   Differentiatebetweenoreandminerals,calcinationsandroastingandsmelting,andto knowthedifferentmethodsfor separationofgangueormatrixfrommetallic compounds and the terms smelting, flux.

3.   Understand the basic principles in qualitative analysis&quantitative analysis.

4.   Implement the knowledgeof qualitative analysisin experiments.

5.   Classifythe compoundswith different functionalgroups.

6.   Differentiate between properties ofpig iornandwrought iron &to explain the basic principles ofdifferent methods forpreparation ofsteel.

7.   Enable to know methodsofprevention ofmetal from corrosion.

8.   Knowledge aboutIdeal and non-ideal solutions and laws governingthesesolutions.

9. Understandthedifferentwaytoexpressconcentrationsofthesolution&preparation ofstandardsolution.

10. Knowthe different waysto express concentrationsof thesolution.

11. Appreciatetheroleofbiochemistryinthedaytodaylife& understandtheimportance ofbiochemistry.

12. Know about toxic chemical in the environment&thereeffects.

13. Verifytheoretical principles experimentally,interpretthe experimental data,Improve analytical skills & Correlatethe theoryandexperiments and understand their importance.

 

6. T. Y.B.Sc. Chemistry

 

1. Agriculture Chemistry

1.   Knowthe role of agriculture chemistryand its potential

2.   Understandbasicconceptofsoil, propertiesofsoil&itsclassificationonthebasis ofpH

3.   Knowthe different plantnutrients,their functions and deficiencysymptoms

4.   Understand the importanceof manures ascompared to chemical fertilizers‘

5.   Understand the importanceofgreen manure.

 

2. DairyChemistry

1.   Understand the importanceof thesubject from thepointof rural economy.

2.   Knowledge aboutthecomposition of milk, its food &nutritive value

3.   Understand the microbiologyof themilk.

4. Understandvariouspreservationandadulterants,variousmilkproteinsandtheir role forthe human body.

5.   Knowthe various milk products, their composition, manufactureand uses.

 

3.IndustrialChemistry

1.   Understandtheimportanceofsugarindustry,Manufactureofdirect,Consumption (plantationwhite)sugarwithflowdiagram,Canejuiceextraction by various methods,Clarification by processeslike carbonation,Sulphitation,Phosphatation, etc.

2.   Concentrationofjuicebyusingmultipleeffectevaporatorsystem, Crystallization ofsucrose byusingvacuum pan.

3.   KnowtheimportanceofFermentationIndustry, Basicrequirementoffermentation process, Manufacturingofethylalcoholbyusingmolasses, Foodgrains,fruitsand ethylene.

4.   Understand different types of soaps, detergents and Cosmeticsproducts etc.

 

4. Analyticalchemistry

1. Understand the principles of Spectrophotometric analysis and properties of electromagnetic radiations

2. Familitarize withdifferent termslike absorbance,transmittance, andmolar absorptivity

3.Knowledge of Mathematical Statement and derivation of Lambert‘s Law and

Beer‘sLaw

 

5.Organic Chemistry

1.   Enablestudentstogetknowledgeaboutbasicorganicchemistry, which includes various chemical reactions, their mechanisms &applications.

2.   Suggest synthetic routeforpreparation ofvarious heterocyclic compounds.

3.   Knowledge of syntheticapplications some reagents &to predict product/s or supplythe reagent/s forthesereactions.

4.   Applications of UV&visible spectroscopy.

5.   Determinestructureandfollow the courseof reaction by IR spectrum.

 

6.Inorganic Chemistry

1.   UnderstandtheformationofBMO,ABMOandNBMOinCO2orNO2molecule and construct MOenergylevel diagrams for them.

2.   ExplainChargeTransferSpectra,Beabletocomparethedifferentapproachesto bondingin Coordination compounds.

3.Study thegeometryofdifferentchemicalcompounds&toinvestigatetheir properties.

4. Understandthe needof conceptof MOT&knowLCAO principalandits approximation.

5.   Beabletoidentifywhichd-orbitalsareinvolvedin hybridizationduring formation of complexes withdifferentgeometries suchas tetrahedral,squareplanar, trigonalbipyramidalandoctahedral.

 

7. PhysicalChemistry:

1.   Understandthemeaningofspecificresistance,specificconductance,cellconstant and theirunits, Cellconstant, its theoretical and experimental determination.

2.   Preparation ofconductivitywater, Experimental determination of conductance.

3.   Agedetermination-byCarbon-14 dating and Uranium-Lead/ Thorium-Lead Ratio, Medical  applications-Assess  the  volume  of  blood  in  patients  body   by radioisotopes.

4.   Understand and   apply the knowledge of conjugated systems   in   quantum chemistry.

 

7. F. Y.B.Sc.Botany

 

  1. Semester I

Paper I: Plant Diversity

1) Createawarenessaboutfundamentalplantgroupsysteminnature.

2) Equipthe studentswithall lifesciencefundamentalpracticalskills.

 

Paper II:IndustrialBotanyI

1) Understandtheimportant terminologyinindustrialeconomicallyimportant plantspecies.

2) Studyitseco-friendlyconservationandsustainableutilization.

 

  1. Semester II

 

Paper I: PlantMorphologyand Anatomy

1) Introduce the students to understand the various forms of plants, morphological features and plant terminology.

2) Analyze the peculiar characteristics of plant groups in relation with its

internal characteristics.

 

Paper II: IndustrialBotanyII

1) Understand   some   important   terminology   in   industrial   economically important higher plant groups species.

2) Study  its  eco-friendly  conservation  and  sustainable  utilization  of  non woody forest products.

 

8. S. Y. B.Sc.Botany

A.Semester I

Paper I: TaxonomyofAngiospermand Plant Community

1)Familiarizewithbasicterminology,plantsstematicsanditsdifferent classification.

2)Studentscopupwiththeecosystemmechanism, analyzing plants ecosysteminitsbiogeochemicalcycles.

 

Paper II: PlantPhysiology

3) Make aware of mechanism in functioning of plant metabolism.

4) Understand the root level plant physiology knowledge for the other botany streams like Plant genetics and Plant biotechnology.

 

  1. Semester II

Paper I: PlantAnatomyand Embryology

1) Knowledge of anatomical characterization of plant for the understanding ecological adaptation.

2) Understanding developmental botany terminology beneficial for future

advance life Science courses.

 

Paper II: Plant Biotechnology

1) Focus on Biotechnological importance for improvement and satisfaction of all need of human kinds.

2) Inculcates the knowledge for advance study in plant sciences.

9. T. Y. B.Sc.Botany

 

  1. Semester I

Paper I: Cryptogamic Botany

1)  Create the foundation of all plant life cycles of cryptogrammic plant species and it correlate with experimental techniques.

2)  Understand the basic information of non-flowering primitive plants.

3)  Make aware about the economic and medicinal value of cryptogrammic plant.

 

Paper II: CellandMolecular Biology

1)  Create the innovative approaches to aware the students in basic terminology of cell and molecular biology.

2)  Participate in laboratory experiments for understanding the basic principles of life sciences and helpful for gaining primary information.

 

Paper III: Geneticsand Evolution

1)  Study basic terms and subject application in life Sciences.

Paper IV: Spermatophytaand Paleobotany

1) Create awareness about the classification of plants on the basis of various morphologicalaspects.

2)  Understandthebasicimportantterminologyintheangiospermandtaxonomy helpfulforadvancedplantresearch.

3)  Knowledgeaboutpastfloraandfossilizedplantmaterial.

4) Understandtimescaleandoriginofhigherplantspeciesonearth,this information isusefulforthestudentsforfurtherevolutionarystudy.

 

Paper V: Horticulture and Floriculture

1)  Get    information   on    economically   important    plant    species    which   are commercialized for the local and international market.

2)  Some aspects like habitat, growth condition, production of healthy plantlets and

cultivation techniques.

 

Paper VI: ComputationalBotany

1)Studythebasicconceptof computational botany.

 

  1. Semester II

 

Paper I: Plan Physiology

1.  Understand the basic life science process in relation to the plant metabolism and catabolism process.

2.  Understand the interrelation between plant adaptations to external environment.

3.  Deal with plant metabolic cycles with Photosynthesis and Respiration process.

 

Paper II: Plant Ecologyand Biodiversity

1.  Study all  environmental burning aspects and  also  deals with basic  ecological concepts.

2.  Advanced ecological theories give the notion concerning the impact of effluence on human health and on ecological progressions.

3.  To  aware  the  students  for  maintaining  the  ecological  cycle  and  sustainable

utilisation of Biodiversity.

 

Paper III: Plant Patholgy

1.  This curriculum beneficial for agriculture, Horticulture and crops streams. The types of various diseases and its effect on crop production.

2.  Curricula concern with preventive measure should be taken to avoid the harmful diseases by eco-friendly method.

 

 

Paper IV: Medicinaland Economic Botany

1.  This subject deals with system of medicines and its application for day to day life.

Students aware the medicinal value of plants.

2.Students aware the medicine system of classification and importance of plant for curing all diseases.

 

Paper V: Plant Biotechnology

1.  Innovative and recently findings in plant sciences included in these chapters.

2.  Framing of syllabus giving basic information regarding the plant biotechnology and its application in agriculture, Horticulture, medicinal and industrial crops.

 

Paper VI: Plant Breedingand Seed Technology

1.  It  is  fundamental  branch  of  Botany,  its  syllabus  deals  with  a  basic  plant propagation technique.

2. Contents included in this subject will be beneficial for the students to understand to create a new variety of medicinal and agronomic crops.

 

COs of F.Y.B.Sc. Geography

  1. To introduce the students to the basic concepts in Geomorphology.
  2. To acquaint the students with the utility and applications of Geomorphology in different areas and environment.
  3. To make the students aware of the need of protection and conservation of different landforms.
  4. To introduce the students to the basic concepts in geomorphology.
  5. To acquaint the students with the utility and applications of geomorphology in different areas and environment.
  6. To make the students aware of the need of protection and conservation of different landforms

 

COs of S.Y.B.Sc. Geography -

1) To introduce the students to the basic concepts in geography

2) To acquaint the students to fundamental concepts of resources.

3) To acquaint the studentswithpast, present and future utility and potentials ofresources

at regional, national and global levels.

4) To make aware the students about problems of utilization and conservationin the view

 of sustainable development.

5) Acquaint the students with concepts in Watershed Management.

6) To familiarize the students with the importance of Watershed Management

7) To enable the students to use various projections to prepare maps.

8) To acquaint the students with the principles of surveying, its importanceAndUtility

 in the geographical area.

9) To introduce the importance and basic principles of GPS

 

COs of F.Y.B.Sc. Mathematics

1)Give the students a sufficient knowledge of fundamental principles ,methods and a clear perception of innumerous power of mathematical ideas and tools and know how to use them by modeling ,solving and interpreting.

2) Reflecting the broad nature of the subject and developing mathematical tools for continuing further study in various fields of science.

3) Enhancing students’ overall development and to equip them with mathematical modeling abilities, problem solving skills , creative talent and power of communication necessary for various kinds of employment

4) Enabling students to develop a positive attitude towards mathematics as an interesting and valuable subject of study.

 

5) A student should be able to recall basic facts about mathematics and should be able to display knowledge of conventions such asnotations, terminology and recognize basic geometrical figures and graphical displays , state important facts resulting from their studies.

6) A student should get a relational understanding of mathematical concepts and concerned structures, and should be able to follow the patterns involved, mathematical reasoning.

7) A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them many aspects of Mathematical Sciences.

8) A student be able to apply their skills and knowledge ,that is, translate information presented verbally into mathematical form, select and use appropriate mathematical formulae or techniques in order to process the information and draw the relevant conclusion.

9) A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present and future role as part of our culture.

 

COs of S.Y. B.Sc. Mathematics

1) Give the students a sufficient knowledge of fundamental principles ,methods and a clear perception of innumerous power of mathematical ideas and tools and know how to use them by modeling ,solving and interpreting.

2) Reflecting the broad nature of the subject and developing mathematical tools for continuing further study in various fields of science.

3) Enhancing students’ overall development and to equip them with mathematical modeling abilities, problem solving skills , creative talent and power of communication necessary for various kinds of employment .

4) Enabling students to develop a positive attitude towards mathematics as aninteresting and valuablesubject of study.

5) A student should be able to recall basic facts about mathematics and should be able to display knowledge of conventions such as notations, terminology and recognize basic geometrical figures and graphical displays ,state important facts resultingfrom their studies.

6) A student should get a relational understanding of mathematical concepts and concerned structuresand should be able to follow the patterns involved,mathematical reasoning.

7) A student should get adequate exposure to global and local concerns that explore them many aspects of Mathematical Sciences.

8) A student be able to apply their skills and knowledge ,that is, translate information presented verbally into mathematical form, select and use appropriate mathematical formulae or techniques in order to process the information and draw the relevant conclusion.

9) A student should be made aware of history of mathematics and hence of its past, present and futurerole as part of our culture.

 

COs of F.Y. B.Sc. Zoology

1)To provide thorough knowledge about various animal sciences from

primitive to highly evolved animal groups

2)To make the students aware of applications of Zoology subject in various industries

3)To highlight the potential of various branches to become an entrepreneur

4)To equipped the students with skills related to laboratory as well as field based studies

5)To make the students aware about conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

6)To inculcates interest and foundation for further studies in Zoology

7)To address the socio-economical challenges related to animal sciences

8)To facilitate students for taking up and shaping a successful career in Zoology

 

IV COs of M.A. History Part-1

Semester: I

Course Title- History and its Theory

1. Thepaper is designedto provide adequate conceptual base, bringbetter

Understandingofhistoryanditsforces,helpinterrogateexistingparadigms

Andchallengetheoutdated,helpindevelopingcritique,helpresearchinterms

Offormulatinghypothesesanddevelopbroadframesofinteractionwithother

social sciences and attaincertain level of interdisciplinaryapproach.

 

Course Title- Evolution of Ideas and Institutions in Ancient India

The courseintends to provide an understandingofthe social, economicand

institutional bases of AncientIndia.It is based on thepremisethat an understandingofAncientIndianhistoryiscrucialtounderstandIndianhistory as a whole.

 

Course Title- Maratha Polity

Thepurposeof thecourseistostudytheadministrativestemoftheMarathasinan

Analyticalway,toacquaintthestudentwiththenatureofMarathaPolity,to understand basiccomponents of theMaratha administrativestructure, to enable thestudent to understand the basicconceptsofthe Marathapolity.

 

Course Title- Cultural History of Maharashtra

TointroducethestudenttoregionalhistorywithinabroadframeworkofIndian

culture; to enable thestudent to understand the internal dynamics of Marathi culture.

 

Semester: 2

Course Title- History and its Practice

The paper is designed to provide adequate conceptualbase,bring betterunderstanding

Ofhistory anditsforces,helpinterrogateexistingparadigmsandchallengethe outdated, help in developing critique, help research in terms of  formulating hypothesesanddevelopbroad framesofinteractionwithother socialsciencesand attain certain level ofInterdisciplinaryapproach.

Course Title- Evolution of Ideas and Institutions in Medieval India

The course examines the nature of medieval Indian society, economy, state

Formations,andthe mainreligiouscurrents ofthetimeItisseenasacontinuationof thecourseonancientIndia.Itisalsoseentobecrucialtoanunderstanding ofthe nature ofsociety,andtheproblemsofthechallengetothatsociety,through colonialism, at alater stage.

 

Course Title -Socio-Economic History of the Marathas

Thepurposeofthecourseistostudysocio-economichistoryoftheMarathasinan

analyticalway,toacquaintthestudentwiththecomponentsofsocialstructureand their  functions, tounderstandthe relationshipbetween religion,caste, customs, traditions,classin17th and18thcentury MarathaSociety,toenablethestudentto understandaspectsofeconomiclife,totracethe determinantsofchangesinsocialand economiclife

 

 

 

Course Title - Marathasin17th and 18th Century Power Politics

ThecourseintendstostudytheroleplayedbytheMarathasinthecontextofIndia,

Thechanging natureofMarathaState,tounderstandandanalyzetheMaratha expansionits significance in various spheres.

 

Part-2

Semester: 3

Course Title - Ancient and Medieval Civilizations of the World

ThepaperintendstoexamineAncientandMedievalcivilizationswithaviewto

understand, reinterpret and present them in historical perspective; to enable  the studenttounderstand intellectual trendsinthe modern world;toenable the studentto haveabetter understandingofIndian Historyin theWorld context.

 

Course Title–Debates in Indian History

Thecourseisdesignedtointroducethestudenttosomeoftheissuesthatthathave

Beendebatedbyhistoriansandtointroducesomeperspectives withreferenceto

IndianHistory

 

Course Title – Economic History of Modern India

ToacquaintthestudentwithstructuralandconceptualchangesinIndianeconomy aftercomingoftheBritish,tomakethemawareoftheexploitativenatureofthe Britishrule,tohelpthemunderstandtheprocessof internalization by Indiansofnew economicideas, principles andpractices.

 

Course Title–Maharashtrain the19th Century

  1. The purpose of the course is to enable the student to study the historyof modern

Maharashtra froman analytical perspective

  1. To point out to them the dialectical relationship between continuity and change in

Maharashtra

3.Tohighlighttheideas,institutions,forcesandmovementsthatcontributedtothe structural changes in Maharashtra

4.Toacquaintthestudentwithvariousinterpretativeperspectives;tohelpthemin articulatingtheir own ideas andviews leadingto orientation forresearch;

5. To introducethe student to regional historywithinabroad national framework.

 

 

Semester:4

Course Title–History of Modern India (1857-1971)

  1. The purpose of this courseis to enablethestudenttostudythehistoryof‗Modern

Indiafroman analytical perspective.

2. To makethe student awareof themulti-dimensionalityof ModernIndia.

3.Tohighlighttheideas,institutions,forcesandmovementsthatcontributedtothe shapingofIndian modernity.

4. To acquaintthe student with various interpretativeperspectives.

5. To help themin articulatingtheirown ideas andviews leadingto research orientation.

 

Course Title– Intellectual History of the Modern West

1. Thepaperisseenasrequisiteforunderstandingtheconceptsthatareusedin history, both of west Europe andIndia.

2.Toacquaintthestudentwiththeintellectualactivitythatplayedanimportantrole in shapingevents.

3. Thetransition from medieval to modern times.

 

Course Title–World after World War II(1945-2000)

Toacquaintthestudentwiththepost-WorldWarIIscenarioandtoenablethemto

understand contemporaryworld from the historicalperspective.

 

Course Title–History of Maharashtrain the 20th Century

  1. The purpose of the course is to enable the student  to study the history of modern

Maharashtrawith an analytical perspective and tohighlight theideas, instituti

 

A. PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs) Of UG COURSES

 

1. BA Marathi Special

1.   Students are enabled to understand, to taste and analyze literature.

2.   Explain the relation between Society and Literature.

3.   Knowledge  of  historical  background  of  specific  literary  period  and  the  nature  and motivation behind it.

4.   Introduce correct composition or orthography in Marathi.

5.   Able to understand language fully and use it appropriately.

 

 

4. BA Economics Special

1.   Get knowledge of the present economic theory and applications in written and oral form.

2.   Be well trained about the rationale of recent changes in the export import policies of

India.

3.   Get  knowledge  of  public  policies  and  operations  which  involve  the  use  of  tax, expenditure, budget policy, use of resources and distribution of Income.

4.   Understand the legal aspects of Banking transactions and its implications as Banker and

Customer.

5.   Become aware of the  Banking  Law and  Practice in  India and  understanding of the operations and developments in financial Markets in India

 

 

5. BA Geography Special

1.&