2.6.1. Programme outcomes, Programme specific outcomes and course outcomes for all Programme offered by the institution are stated and displayed on website and communicated to teachers and students. 2020-21
Response: The College has clearly stated learning outcomes of the Programs and Courses. The following mechanism is followed by the institution to communicate the learning outcomes to the teachers and students:
- Soft Copy of syllabi and learning Outcomes are available in the college website for ready reference to the teachers and students.
- The importance of the learning outcomes has been communicated to the teachers in every IQAC meeting and College Committee meeting.
- The students are also made aware of the same through Interaction with respective department teachers.
The institution is running Under Graduate (B.A, B.sc, B. com) courses for the students. In 2020-21 sessions 2043 students got admitted in Bsc, B.com & B.A (UG Courses). In 2020-2021, 1200 students were successfully passed out. There are 11 subjects in the college viz. English, Bengali, Sanskrit, Political Science, Philosophy, Economics, History, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Commerce.
The outcomes of Programme and Honours Courses almost the same but only difference is Honours course are more border and subject specific in respect to Programme Course
Syllabus Link: http://www.mtbcollege.ac.in/syllabus.html
Learning Outcomes for each Department are available in Department profiles: http://www.mtbcollege.ac.in/honours-courses.html
Department of English:
- Studying English literature opens up a world of inspiration and creativity.
- Studying English literature develops skills that are essential for today’s global environment.
- It is a chance to discover how literature makes sense of the world through stories, poems, novels and plays.
- It sharpens the students’ ability to write, read, analyze and persuade.
- The students receive a thorough introduction to essential genres (novels, poems, drama, and criticism) and study the works of great canonical authors (Shakespeare, Milton, Austen, Dickens) as well as contemporary ones.
- This study will expose students to new horizons such as translation and creative writing.
Programme Specific Outcomes
- On successful completion of the programme, the students will be accurate both in oral and written communication as they will be strong in Grammar and its usage.
- The students can express a thorough command of English and its linguistic structures.
- The students will be familiar with the textual genres including fiction, non–fiction, poetry, autobiography, biography, journal, plays, editorials etc.
- On successful completion of the programme, the students are introduced to communicative skills, to define, classify and understand the methods of communication, to improve their LSRW skills, to enable them to practice those skills in their daily life.
- To gain knowledge on fundamental principles of English grammar including parts of speech, sentence types (simple/compound/complex sentences), subject-verb agreement, pronoun usage, punctuation etc.
- To learn the literary, societal, cultural and historical background of the greatest English writings penned by Indian Authors
- To familiarize students with the literary texts of ancient and modern literature written by great writers of English.
- To obtain adequate information on colonization and post- war consequences through the literary, cultural biographical and historical background of the greatest writings in Commonwealth literature.
Department of Commerce
- This programme provide well trained professionals for Industries, Insurance Companies, Transport Agencies, Banking sectors, Financial companies, Warehousing etc. to meet the well trained manpower requirements. The graduates will get hands on experience in various aspects acquiring skills for
- Marketing Manager, Selling Manager, over all Administration abilities of the company. It provides students with the knowledge and technical skills in the accounting and in financial fields.
Programme Specific Outcome
The students should possess the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of the B.com degree course. By virtue of the training they can become an Manager, Accountant, Management, Accountant, Bank Manager, Company Secretary, Professor etc.
- The student should have a thorough knowledge on the accounting practice prevailing· in partnership forms and other allied aspects.
- On the successful completion of this subject the students acquires the knowledge· about the various types of business organizations and office management.
- To enable the students to learn principles and concepts of Accountancy.
- The students are enabled with the knowledge in the practical applications of accounting.
- The students should be well versed in the fundamental concepts of auditing, entrepreneur, knowledge in the finance institution, project report incentives and subsidies.
- This course aims to provide an in-depth knowledge on the provisions of Income Tax and to familiarize with recent amendments in Income-Tax.
- To keep the students conversant with the ever-enlarging frontiers of Cost Accounting knowledge.
- The student should be able to work efficiently in MS-PowerPoint and Tally.
- This course enables the students with the knowledge about the Capital budgeting, Working capital, cash management and financial management techniques.
- The student acquires the knowledge in the Management Accounting Techniques in business decision making.
- To understand the nature of human resources and its significance to the organization.
Department of Economics
- A degree in economics provides you with a solid foundation for a carrier in business, government or with the nonprofit organization. In this programme you will study how societies, governments, households and individuals create, use, manage and distribute resources.
Programme Specific Outcome
- To equip students to succeed in an information rich, technology based society through ICT Literacy
- To help students understand content faster and better by improvement in teaching learning process
- To conduct adequate enrichment activities which will expose them to a variety of skilled careers and equip them with the tools and resources they need to build a future.
- Understand the behavior of Indian and world economy.
- To develop the financial literacy for profitable investment.
- To make students aware of the issues of inflation, unemployment, poverty, GDP and Balance of payment.
- It develops the skill to make better decisions in business environment and even in your personal choices.
- To impart the knowledge of Banking, Marketing and different sections of economy so that students will get job opportunities in different economic, financial, banking, marketing and other sections of economy.
- Economists are vital in helping, predict and study responses to changes in policy and market changes, which is an important skill in today’s changing business environment.
- Economists also study and help in developing public policies like health care and educational reforms.
Department of History
The Bachelor of Arts in History is a broad- based programme that has specific goals, including: engaging the mind and imagination of those who study history; introducing students to worlds, times, places and cultures including their own in a way that they have never thought before
Programme Specific Outcomes:
- Understand the present existing social, political, religious and economic conditions of the people.
- Analyze relationship between the past and the present is lively presented in the history.
- Develop practical skills helpful in the study and understanding of historical events.
- .Develop interests in the study of history and activities relating to history.
- History installs the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of the pupils.
- To create interest towards the cultural and historical background of India.
- To understand the various historical incidents and to help students for preparing competitive examination.
- To help the students to identify and evaluate conflicting interpretations.
- It inspires the students through bravery and courage of our forefather.
- It inculcates critical thinking, reading, writing and research skills among students.
Department of Political Science
- Political science delves into the study of governments, public policies, and political behavior. It is a social science that uses both humanistic perspectives and scientific skills to examine the countries and regions of the world.
- As a political science student, you will hone the writing, communication, analytical, skills that are fundamental to part of education.
- This kind of education will prepare you to think critically and independently, help you appreciate differing points of view, and broaden your knowledge of current affairs.
- The study of political science serves as excellent preparation for law school and into administrative roles
- The various topics offered in the course will help you gain knowledge about the workings of governments, political parties, public policies, and laws.
- Studying political science grounds students in the importance of political participation their political rights and prepares them to take part in the political life of their communities and the nation
Programme Specific Outcomes:
Political Sciences as ‘Master Science’ had spawned International Relations, later emerging as an autonomous discipline, Comparative Politics later shifting to Area Studies and Public Administration which again became an autonomous discipline though taking a turn to management and policy studies. This Masters programme provides a broad view of this disciplinary development.
- The programme provides a balanced treatment between the Western and the· Indian political thought and theory.
- The programme provides a balanced treatment to both empirical and normative aspects of the discipline of Political Science. The students get a balanced footing on concepts and methodology as the programme has made Research Methodology and Field Research compulsory.
- The programme draws inputs from allied disciplines and empowers the students with an interdisciplinary focus and understanding. The Programme draws on research thrust areas of the Department like India’s state and sub-state politics, public policy, India’s foreign policy, women and politics and social movements, to name a few.
- The programme supports problem solving skills, thinking, creativity through assignments, project work, both individual and group based.
- The programme empowers and motivates students for research in Political Science and related fields. Since the Department has its own dedicated library students get enough opportunity to prepare for competitive examinations.
- It understands inspires political philosophy, ideologies and the nature of Indian Constitution.
- Comparative study of international politics and role of women in politics.
- It understands the student’s different types of Government and their policies.
- It helps the students to understanding responsibilities and rights of the citizens of a country.
- It helps the students what is happening in the countries around the world, issues the people are facing or new laws are being implemented.
- It understands the structure and working of the state, the separation of power, the judicial and legal system, scheme of welfare and social services.
Department of Geography
Geography mainly concerns changes in spatial attributes in a temporal perspective. The Programme Course in geography is tailored to meet the students’ specific educational and professional goals in mind. It focuses on spatial studies, qualitative as well as quantitative, and emphasises on human-environment relationship. During the first year of the programme, the students are trained on advanced concepts of physical and human geography. The third year allows them to concentrate on specific areas of the subject, on which they complete their field reports. After completing the course, the students will be amply prepared for professional careers in geography and allied disciplines like GIS and Remote Sensing.
Programme Specific Outcome:
- Student will gain the knowledge of physical geography. Student will have a general understanding about the geomorphological and geotechnical process and formation. They will be able to correlate the knowledge of physical geography with the human geography.
- They will be able to acquire the knowledge of Human Geography and will correlate it with their practical life.
- Student will be able to analyse the problems of physical as well as cultural environments of both rural and urban areas. Moreover they will try to find out the possible measures to solve those problems.
- They will be eligible for conducting social survey project which is needed for measuring the status of development of a particular group or section of the society.
- Application of modern instruments: Students will be able to learn the application of various modern instruments and by these they will be able to collect primary data.
- It develop the skills including critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, analysis, interpretations and synthesizing information’s and communication literacy, media and internet literacy, data interpretation and analysis and computer programming.
- It imparts the knowledge about different places on earth and how they relate with each other.
- It helps the students to identify and appreciate important events and National and International policies; make better and informed decisions regarding the best use of National resources.
- It helps the students to know about the relationship between human being and the environment and the general process of natural resources.
- It enables the students to understand how population growth and technological advances affect the environment.
- It help the students to gain the understanding of International mattes and multicultural concerns, read maps, interpret local and global information and understand International networks for trade.
Department of Philosophy
Pursuing a career in philosophy can help you find employment as editors, copywriters, advertising managers, art directors, and marketing consultants. Pursuing a career in philosophy lies in its quality of being dynamic yet fundamental to the way life works, making it a popular subject choice amongst young students.
Programme Specific Outcome
- Understanding of the fundamental principles in Philosophy and methods in logical tradition (Indian & Western) and capability of developing ideas based on them.
- Inculcate philosophical/logical reasoning.
- Prepare and encourage students for research studies in Western and Indian Philosophy and other applied fields.
- Provide advanced knowledge on topics in Philosophy, applied philosophy and human values empowering the students to pursue higher degrees at reputed academic institutions.
- Strong foundation on critical thinking and representation of philosophical theories which have strong links and application in day-to-day life particularly practical ethics, tradition, culture, socio-political aspects of philosophy and cognitive sciences.
- To get an ability to search for the truth through thinking and speculation, about life and reality
- Creates an ability to evaluate arguments and reasoning. Helps the Critical thinking as the process of evaluation to separate truth from falsehood, and reasonable from unreasonable belief itself.
- To introduce with the philosophies of the ancient Greece that influenced much of Western culture
- Gives the basic concept of Symbolic logic of Mathematical logic
- It enables the students to know about thinking of the Western philosophers and their system buildings
- To introduce with the general concepts of Ethics
- Enables the students to know about the philosophical thinking of the great Indian thinkers about the human life and reality.
- After the completion of this paper student will be able to know how we can see the religious viewpoints scientifically.
- To know about social and political aspects of our society
Department of Sanskrit:
The programme has enabled UG level students of Sanskrit to be introduced with Indian age-old heritage, accumulating in the last forty centuries, exercising inexpressible impact on the life and culture of the Indians with the explicit aim of inspiring as well as uplifting qualitatively each and everyone, directly or otherwise concerned with.
Programme Specific Outcome
- Acquire comprehensive knowledge in Sanskrit language and literature.
- Develop the ability to read Sanskrit texts closely, focusing on generic conventions, historical contexts, aesthetic dimensions and linguistic and stylistic variations.
- Acquire the basic language skills of a minimum of three languages including the global language; get sensitized on major contemporary social issues through representative works in these languages; critically respond and effectively articulate the same in writing and speech.
- Conceive the general concepts of philosophical and technical knowledge in Sanskrit.
- Develop communication skill in Sanskrit, English and regional language. Acquire skill in ICT.
- Develop interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary approach of study.
- Familiarize the logic / methods of textual analysis in Sanskrit.
- Explore critically the different branches of ancient Indian wisdom
- To introduce the students with Vedic concept of god partially. It also introduces students with Pratyaksa, a pramana of the Indian NyayaVaisesika Philosophy.
- Making the students acquainted with the work, Raghuvamsa of the Great poet Kalidasa. It also incorporates the famous drama of Bhasa- Svapnavasavadattam with a view to giving knowledge of ancient Indian dramatic system. A part of Sanskrit grammar has also been included to this paper which is supposed to enrich the grammatical base of the students.
- The course has enhanced the inquisitiveness of the students for knowing the historical background of the classical Sanskrit literature.
- It is designed also for making the students familiar to the Varadaraja’s simple analysis on Sandhi and Karakabibhakti. Both forming significant portions of the Siddhantakaumudi, a commentarial write-up on Panini’s Astadhyayi.
- The course is intended for making the students acquainted with the two highly adored Mahakavyas namely , the Ramayana and the Mahabharata in order that the impact of the grand teachings of these both might sanctify the taught and believe of upcoming learners of Sanskrit.
- The outcome of this course is to introduce the students with the keynote essentials of the rhetorical work Sahityadarpana of Viswanatha Kaviraja to ensure the better learning outcome in the area of grammar,
- The course is intended for imparting knowledge as to philological speculation expected to increase the level of students’ outlook on Sanskrit linguistics. It is also intended for acquiring knowledge about the concept of sentence in Mimamsa philosophy.
Department of Bengali
The prospective outcome of this Course is to introduce the students to the vast plethora of cultural and anthropological domain through prose, poetry and novels in Bengali Literature. It has a structured curriculum targeted to foster academic and applied analytical skills. The curriculum integrates basic tenants of journalism, report writing, interviewing skills, and copy-writing for advertisement, content editing, proof reading and translation. The idea is to provide the students with the required hands-on training. Bengali, being the 4th most spoken language in the world presents ample professional opportunity. The aspirant can get jobs in print media, translation work, proof reading etc. Moreover, being one of the Modern Indian Languages, it also furnishes scope for the aspirants as faculties of Bengali language and linguistics, not only in Indian but also foreign universities as well. Furthermore, Bengali language also significantly contributes to ethnographic diversity of not only India but the World as a whole.
Programme Specific Outcome:
Develop a strong concept of linguistics and basic Bengali grammar, history of old, medieval and modern Bengali literature. The students should possess the fundamental knowledge of Bengali Prosody, Rhetoric, Deferent literary theory, loike Tragedy, Comedy, Romanticism, Classisigm, Epic, Ode, Ballad etc. Old Indian KABBWATATTWA, Charyapada, Baishanab Padabali, Ramayan, Mangal Kavya, Bhagbat, Mahabharata, Shakta Padaboli and Annadamangal, Chandimongal etc.. Students are enabled to transfer and apply the acquired concepts and principles to study different branches of Bengali literature that is fiction, short story, essay and poetry. Understand the principles and application of classification of Drama, Novels, and Poetry. Develop a conception of aesthetic sense and understand the interdisciplinary approach
- To make students interested in Bengali Society, culture, literature and history of the Bengali people.
- To create a sense of history and historical analysis about Literature among the students.
- To make students aware about basic textual nuances of Medieval and Modern Bengali Literature.
- To help students acquire a sound foundation in the knowledge interested in Socio-economic and cultural history of medieval period of Bengal.
- To make students aware about Vaishnava and Shakta Religion and Philosophy and religious literature and social values of these times and Middle Bengali literature as such, in a socio-cultural perspective
- This course helps in learning about the evolution of literature in other Indian languages that have had a profound influence on the socio-cultural formations in India since early times and have also enriched Bengali language and literature
- To make students aware about the importance of Rhetoric and Prosody while studying poetry.
- To give practical lesions of Rhetoric and Prosody to students
- Knowledge of different forms of drama, satire or theatre with its social background with special emphasis on contemporary political culture. Concept and impact of Proscenium theatre, folk opera, street theatre, farce and satirical dramas on women’s education, practice of Sati, widow remarriage, the prevalent social traditions and customs and their imposition on the liberal individual
- Reading of transformation of imagery and development of other aesthetic trends and novel notations from a colonial perspective of renaissance.
- To make students aware about Indian idea of Rhetoric and Prosody, practical learning and importance of Rhetoric and Prosody while studying poetry.
- To give them a thorough insight into the middle Bengali Language and literary culture, theories of rhetoric and prosody and analytical concept
Department of Physics
Physics is the natural science that studies matter, its fundamental constituents, its motion and behavior through space and time, and the related entities of energy and force. Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, and its main goal is to understand how the universe behaves.
- Physics deals with a wide variety of systems, certain theories are used by all physicists. Each of these theories were experimentally tested numerous times and found to be an adequate approximation of nature.
- Physics uses mathematics to organize and formulate experimental results and from which new predictions can be made.
- The results from physics experiments are numerical measurements. Technologies based on mathematics, made computational physics as active area of research.
Programme Specific Outcome
- The theory of classical mechanics accurately describes the motion of objects, provided they are much larger than atoms and moving at much less than the speed of light.
- To provide the detail study of atom and the behavior of atom in various states.
- The students will demonstrate a scientific knowledge of the core physics principles in Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Modern Physics and Optics
- The student will determine the appropriate level of technology for use in experimental design and implementation, analysis of experimental data and numerical and mathematical methods in problem solutions
- The students will demonstrate a purposeful knowledge of scientific literature and ethical issues related to physics
- The students will effectively communicate their knowledge of physics from basic concepts to specific detailed presentations through a variety of oral, written and computational modalities
- To acquire the basic knowledge of mechanics, properties of matter and gravitation
- Learn motion of bodies and sound waves, Electric and Magnetic Properties of Matter and Thermal Physics, Digital System and Application
- To inspire interest for the knowledge of concepts in physical and geometrical physics
Department of Chemistry
Students will demonstrate an understanding of major concepts in all disciplines of Chemistry. Students will employ critical thinking and the scientific method to design, carryout, record and analyze the results of chemical experiments and get an awareness of the impact of chemistry on the environment, society and cultures outside the specific community.
Programme Specific Outcome
- The ability to explain chemical nomenclature, structure, reactivity and function in their specific field of chemistry
- The design and execution of the experiment should demonstrate an understanding of good laboratory and the proper handling of chemical waste streams and also explain how the applications of Chemistry relates to the real world
- Students will gain an understanding of methods of analysis related to chemical analysis goals such as detection of special elements, functional group, derivatives, titration, gravitational method, potentiometry, PH metry, detection various physical and chemical data etc.
- After completing this course, students must have a basic knowledge of Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.
- Students will learn about Green Chemistry, Fuel Chemistry, Industrial and Analytical Chemistry.
- To enable the students to learn about classification of polymers- methods of preparation of polymers, different types of polymerization, molecular weight of polymers. Students to learn about electro chemistry.
Department of Mathematics
Formulate and develop mathematical arguments in a logical manner. Also when there is a need for information, the student will be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for handling issues or solving problems at hand. Acquire good knowledge and understanding in advanced areas of mathematics and its applications.
Programme Specific Outcome
Will be able to apply critical thinking skills to solve problems that can be modeled mathematically, to critically interpret numerical and graphical data, to read and construct mathematical arguments and proofs, to use computer technology appropriately to solve problems and to promote understanding, to apply mathematical knowledge to a career related to mathematical sciences thus cultivating a proper attitude for higher learning in mathematics.
- Demonstrate basic manipulative skills in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and beginning calculus.
- Apply the underlying unifying structures of mathematics and the relationships among them.
- Demonstrate proficiency in writing proofs.
- Investigate and apply mathematics problems and solutions in a variety of contexts related to science, technology, business and industry and illustrate these solutions using symbolic, numeric or graphical methods.
- Students can understand the foundation of Mathematics. They are able to perform basic computation in higher Mathematics.
- Students are able to develop problem solving skills
- They are able to communicate Mathematical ideas with others.
- They can enhance the quality of analysis and research in different mathematical fields.
- Operations research can develop the management quality in different industries and factories.