Degree Course Established Year
UG BA History 2004
A. Detail of Courses :
Sl. No. Semester Subject code and Title
1 I HIS-CC-1110 : Idea Of Bharat
2 I HIS-MC-1110 : Idea Of Bharat
3 I HIS-SEC-1 : Tourism In Aruncahal Pradesh
4 III HIS-C-213 : History Of India (1206-1707)
5 III HIS-G-215b : Making Comtemporary India
6 III History Of India (550-1200) C.E
7 III HIS-S-214b : Understanding Heritage
8 III HIS-C-212 : History Of Europe (1789-1919)
9 IV HIS-C-221 : History of Modern World (1919-1945)
10 IV HIS-C-222 : History of India (1707-1857)
11 IV HIS-C-223 : National Movements (1857-1947)
12 IV HIS-S-224a : Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Indian Art
12 IV HIS-S-224b : Understanding Popular Culture of India
13 IV HIS-G-225 : Issues in Contemporary World
14 V HIS-C-314b : History Of North-East India (1824-1972)
15 V HIS-C-311 : History Of Modern India: 1947-2000
16 V HIS-C-312 : Cultural Heritage Of India
17 V HIS-D-313b : History Of North-East India (Earliest Times To 1824)

Sl. No. Course/ Paper Title Semester Code No. Course objective
1 Environment Science B.A I EVS VA 1210 .....

Sl. No. Course/ Paper Title Semester Code No. Course objective
1 Environmental History Of India B.A. I HIS-MD-1 .....

Sl. No. Course/ Paper Title Semester Code No. Course objective
1 Tourism In North-East India B.A. V HIS-CC

Programme Specific Objectives

Course Outcome

By choosing this programme the learner should be able to

  • Develop historically sensitive way of thinking with due regard to time, place, context, roles of human agencies involved and national pride.
  • The students are encouraged to think critically, analyze different perspectives and actively process information about the past rather than become passive recipients of singular historical knowledge.
  • Engage students critically with the major strands of historical scholarship in the field, available in secondary texts.
  • The students would obtain a fundamental grounding in some of the important issues that crop up in a historian’s reading and interpretation of primary sources.
  • Certain thematic courses like those on culture, gender, media and environment are designed to sensitize students to contemporary concerns and equip them with the theoretical foundations so that they can formulate and pose relevant questions to the sources.
  • Terminology befitting to our National context and our exploratory nature will help the students to articulate their own complex ideas regarding various themes in History.
  • Enable students to formulate cogent arguments, presenting the necessary evidence to establish these, based on a training in the History
  • Develop a sense of active citizenship, making responsible political choices and democratic conduct in public life.

Semester - I

Course: HIS-CC-1110

Title : Idea Of Bharat
Course: HIS-MC-1110

Title : Idea Of Bharat
Course: HIS-SEC-1

Title : Tourism In Arunchal Pradesh

 Semester - III

Course: HIS-C-213

Title : History of India(1206-1707)

Course Outcome
  • Students will be able to identify the major political developments in the History of India during the period between the twelfth and the seventeenth century. Outline the changes and continuities in the field of culture, especially with regard to art, architecture, bhakti movement and sufi movement. Delineate the development of trade and urban complexes during this period.
Course: HIS-G-215b

Title : Making Comtemporary India

Course Outcome
  • Students will be able to comprehend wide ranging topics of compelling contemporary interest in the context of India from the 1950s to the 2000s.
Course: HIS-C-211

Title : History Of India(550-1200)

Course Outcome
  • Students will learn and analyze about the transition from historic centuries to the early medieval. They’ll be able to delineate changes in the realm of polity and culture; puranic religion; the growth of vernacular languages and newer forms of art and architecture.
Course: HIS-S-214b

Title : Understanding Heritage

Course Outcome
  • Students will get to understand the different facets of heritage and their significance. They also understand about the legal and institutional frameworks for heritage protection in India as the challenges facing it.
Course: HIS-C-212

Title : History Of Europe (1789-1919)

Course Outcome
  • The students will be able to analyze the historical developments in Europe between 1789-1919. As it focuses on the democratic & socialist foundations of modern Europe. They will be able to situate historical developments of socialist upsurge & the economic forces of the wars, other ideological shifts.

Semester - IV

Course: HIS-C-221

Title : History of Modern World (1919-1945)

Course Outcome
  • This course aims to provide an understanding of an era of shifting history from Euro centric to World. It discusses the turbulent times when totalitarianism rose as an alternative to democratic and liberal ideal and also the growing desire for peace through formation of organizations such as United Nations.
Course: HIS-C-222

Title : History of India (1707-1857)

Course Outcome
  • The students will be able to trace the British colonial expansion in the political contexts of eighteenth century India. They will learn about the changes in society, politics, religion and economy during this period. They’ll also acquire knowledge about the freedom struggle.
Course: HIS-C-223

Title : National Movements (1857-1947)

Course Outcome
  • The contents of the syllabus are designed to cover core issues pertaining to vast canvass of nationalist history so that the student at the under graduate level is equipped to focus upon the core ideas of national movement in its contextuality. India’s quest for independence and nation building are interwoven script of history, debated most widely at global level with various angles. Indeed, India’s national movement has vast and divergent ideological base with inner contradictions.
Course: HIS-S-224a

Title : Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Indian Art

Course Outcome
  • Students will learn about the Indian art, from ancient to contemporary times, in order to understand and appreciate its diversity and its aesthetic richness. As well as students will equip with the ability to understand art as a medium of cultural expression.
Course: HIS-S-224b

Title : Understanding Popular Culture of India

Course Outcome
  • This paper provides students opportunity to explore various aspect of Indian cultural heritage and cultural diversity in a historical perspective that speak of numerous cultural practices that have evolved over centuries
Course: HIS-G-225

Title : Issues in Contemporary World

Course Outcome
  • This paper enables students to identify the contemporary challenges like social transformation, liberalization, privatization and globalization.

Semester - V

Course: HIS-C-314b

Title : History Of North-East India (1824-1972)

Course Outcome
Course: HIS-C-311

Title : History Of Modern India: 1947-2000

Course Outcome
Course: HIS-C-312

Title : Cultural Heritage Of India

Course Outcome
Course: HIS-D-313b

Title : History Of North-East India (Earliest Times to 1824)

Course Outcome
Faculty Recharging Strategies
Name Qualification
  •  Seminar  : 2
  •  Workshops : 6
  • Conference : 2
  • Invited Talk : NIL
  • Editing : 2
Mr. Shivumso Chikro M.A., M.Phil, SLET
Name Qualification
  • Seminar: NIL
  • Workshop : 2
  • Editing: Nil
  • Books: 3 books for under graduates students
Mr. A.C.Ramganing MA, NET
Name Qualification
  • Conference: 4
  • Workshops : 5
  • Publication : 8
  • Books : 2
  • Editing: 1
Dr. Dusu Sambyo MA, B.Ed, Ph.D
Name Qualification
  • Seminar : NIL
  • Workshop : 3
  • Publication :NIL
  • Books : NIL
  • Editing : NIL
Ms. Mudang Tuniya  Pursuing MA, NET, SLET, B.ed, Persuing P.hD
  • State Level Seminar involving neighboring colleges.
  • Observation of important National and International Historical Events.
  • Department Library
  • Classroom with ICT facility
  • To encourage all the faculty members to get through the Ph.D. entrance and get registered for Ph.D.
  • To create opportunity for the registered members to complete their Ph.D.
  • To use smart classroom with IT facilities in teaching-learning process.
  • To have departmental library.
  • To encourage students to participate in inter-college and unifest literary events.
  • Exchange programmes for staff and students.
  • Annual educational excursions for students and staff to historical sites and monuments across the country.
  • Remedial Classes on all the papers.