BA HEP (History, Economics, Political Science)

Programme Description History
Learning history enriches the student to know, understand and delve into the past to meet the challenges of the present competitive world. History helps them to appreciate changes and understand how the society has evolved over a period of time. A course in History provides a detailed study of Indian History as well as the survey of the history of the world in an analytical and comparative approach. It inculcates students to acquire a broad understanding of historical ideas, social and economic developments and popular movements.

Economics
Economics is concerned with the efficient use of scarce resources to maximize the welfare of the people. A sound knowledge of economic theories and concepts is very important for prescribing suitable policy initiatives to tackle macro economic problems like poverty, unemployment, regional imbalance, inequitable distribution of income and wealth, turbulence in the commodity, money and currency markets etc.Putting the welfare of human beings at the centre of the development process is a pre requisite for ensuring an equitable and sustainable economic paradigm.

Political science
This course aims at moulding and making the student an ideal citizen. The course introduces various facts of the profession with a blend of theoretical politics with practical knowledge. The course makes him to contribute more for the nation, prepares him for the competitive world to take up administrative service.

Eligibility Criteria
A student securing 40% aggregate marks including languages in P.U.C / 10 +2 / Pre University equivalent course is eligible.

Course Matrix

 Course Code  Course Title
 Second Language [Any One to be Opted]
 AEN161201  Additional English I
 KAN161201  Kannada I
 HIN161201  Hindi I
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 ENG161201  English I
 HIS161201  History I [History of Ancient India]
 ECO171201  Economics I [Micro Economics]
 POL151201  Political Science I [Basic Concepts of Political Science]
 Non-Core Paper [Mandatory]
 NCS150101  Computer Fundamentals
 Course Code  Course Title
 Second Language [Any One to be Opted]
 AEN162201  Additional English II
 KAN162201  Kannada II
 HIN162201  Hindi II
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 ENG162201  English II
 HIS162201  History II [History of Medieval India]
 ECO172201  Economics II [Macro Economics]
 POL152201  Political Science II [Political Theories]
 Non-Core Paper [Mandatory]
 NHU150102  Indian Constitution
 Course Code  Course Title
 Second Language [Any One to be Opted]
 AEN163201  Additional English III
 KAN163201  Kannada III
 HIN163201  Hindi III
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 ENG163201  English III
 HIS163201  History III [Karnataka – Society, Economy and Culture]
 ECO173201  Economics III [Development Economics]
 POL153201  Political Science III [Comparative Politics]
 HUM153201  Basic Research Methods
 Non-Core Paper [Mandatory]
 NHU150101  Environment Studies and Civic Sense
 Course Code  Course Title
 Second Language [Any One to be Opted]
 AEN164201  Additional English IV
 KAN164201  Kannada IV
 HIN164201  Hindi IV
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 ENG164201  English IV
 HIS164201  History IV [History of Modern India]
 ECO174201  Economics IV [Statistics]
 POL154201  Political Science IV [Western and Eastern Political Thought]
   Choice Based Course
 Add-on Course
   Life Skill Education
 Course Code  Course Title
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 HIS165201  History V [History of India after Independence]
 HIS165202  History VI [History of Modern Europe, 1789- 1945 A.D.]
 ECO175201  Economics V [Indian Economy I]
 ECO175202  Economics VI [International Economics]
 POL155201  Political Science V [Public Administration]
 POL155202  Political Science VI [International Relations]
 HUM1552P1  Project / Dissertation / Internship
 Add-on Course
   Extension Activities
 Course Code  Course Title
 Core Papers [All Compulsory]
 HIS166201  History VII [India and Her Neighbours since 1947]
 HIS166202  History VIII [Contemporary World]
 ECO176201  Economics VII [Indian Economy II]
 ECO176202  Economics VIII [Public Economics]
 POL156201  Political Science VII [Personnel and Financial Administration]
 POL156202  Political Science VIII [International Institutions]

*A pass in the Non-Core Course is mandatory for pass status; However, marks secured in this Course is not considered for grand total / class / rank

Add–on Course A student has to complete the Add-on course before/during the prescribed semester, as scheduled by the respective department, for obtaining a pass status; however, the credits awarded for the same will not be considered for GPA calculations.

Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) marks of Post Graduate Diploma(2018-19 Batch) second semester students are published online today(17-Jul-19).| Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) marks of MBA III Trimester(2018-20 Batch) students are published online today(17-Jul-19).| Results of UG and PG Special Supplementary Examinations conducted in June 2019 are published online today. Students can view the results through the link: https://results.kristujayanti.edu.in.| Project Viva Voce of BBA VI Semester students will be held on 10th March 2020| Admission 2019: The Result of PG Counselling held on 29th June 2019 [View Result]. Next Counselling will be held on 20th July, 2019| Admission 2019: The Result of MBA Counselling held on 29th June 2019 [View Result]|

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