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M.A. in Assamese

** The Master of Arts (M.A.) Programme (previously called ‘Course’) in Assamese of Gauhati University will be covered in 4 (four) Semesters: Semester – I Course Content
History of Early and Medieval Assamese Literature
Assamese Poetry
Cultural History of Assam
History of Literary Criticism (East and West)
General Linguistics and History of Linguistics

Semester – II Course Content
History of Modern Assamese Literature
Assamese Drama
Assamese Prose
Twentieth Century Literary Theory/ Movements
and Assamese Literature
History of Sanskrit Literature

Semester – III Course Content
Assamese Novel
Script and Textual Criticism
Sultural History of North-East
Introduction to Western Literature in English Translation
Introduction to Phonology and Assamese Phonology
Comparative Indian Literature
Pali-Prakrit-Apabhramsa Text and Comparative
Grammar of Indo-Aryan Languages.

Semester – IV Course Content
Assamese Short Story
Bhakti Literature
Linguistics and Related Fields
Special Autho
Introduction to Morphology and Assamese Morphology
Classical Sanskrit Literature
Tibeto-Burman Languages and Linguistics
Introduction to Translation Studies
Sialectology and Dialects of Assamese Language


M.Sc. in Herbal Science.
Duration: Two years
Proposed by Department of Botany
In Collaboration with Department of Chemistry
Course Structure
M. Sc. Herbal Science and Technology

Semester
Paper Code No.
TITLE OF PROJECTS
University Examination
 
Total Marks Total Credits Credit Hr/Week
I THEORY
HST-101
INTRODUCTION TO HERBAL SCIENCE
100 6 6
HST-102
CULTIVATION AND POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
100 6 6
HST-103
MICROBIOLOGY and IMMUNOLOGY
100 6 6
PRACTICAL
HSTP-104
PRACTICALS:&POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
100 6 12
HSTP-105
MICROBIOLOGY and IMMUNOLOGY
100 6 12
II THEORY
HST-201
PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTO PHARMACEUTICALCHEMISTRY
100 6 6
HST-202
PHARMOCOLOGY
100 6 6
HST-203
TOXICOLOGY AND HARMACOKINETICS
100 6 6
PRACTICAL
HSTP-204
PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOPHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
100 6 12
HSTP-205
PHARMOCOLOGY , TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOKINETICS
100 6 12
III THEORY
HST-301
COMMERCIAL ASPECTS IN HERBAL SCIENCE
100 6 6
HST-302
Phytoconstituents
100 6 6
HST-303
ADVANCED ANALYTICAL Techniques & Biostatistics
100 6 6
PRACTICAL
HSTP-304
COMMERCIAL ASPECTS IN HERBAL SCIENCE
100 6 12
HSTP-305
Phytoconstituents and Biostatistics
100 6 12
IV THEORY
HST-401
Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
100 6 6
HST-402
agrotechnnology and plant tISSUE CULTURE techniques
100 6 6
HST-403
Ethnomedicines,bio prospecting of indigenious medicinal plants and conservation
100 6 6
PROJECT
HSTP-404
Project work
200 12 30
Total
2000 120 174

M.A. in History

The Master of Arts (M.A.) Programme (previously called ‘Course’) in History of Gauhati University is covered in 4 (four) Semesters. The syllabus for MA in History aims at an integrated approach to understanding history in the global, national and regional context. The Syllabus offers 26 Courses over the four semesters:

The syllabus acquaints the student with concepts, theories and methods of history and historiography. Apart from political and socio-economic issues it incorporates various aspects of history such as gender, ethnic communities, environmental issues as well as peasants’ struggles. Cultural history forms an important component. It includes art and architecture of India and cultural contacts between India and South East Asia. Emphasis on regional history is reflected with the inclusion of four courses on Assam. Practical application of historical concepts, tools and techniques is facilitated through dissertation writing.

Course Structure: The Post-Graduate Course in History requires students to opt for 16 (Sixteen) courses over four semesters. The Department also offers one Value Added Course (VAC) per semester, i.e. a total of 4 (four) VAC over 4 (four) semesters. While the sixteen courses in History are assigned 6 (six) credits each, the VACs are assigned four credits each. Thus each semester has 28 (24+4) credits and the Post-Graduate Course in History requires a total of 112 (96+16) credits.

Semester-wise distribution of marks:

Specialisation offered : Ancient Indian History, Medieval Indian History and Modern Indian History.

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER

THIRD SEMESTER

FOURTH SEMESTER:








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