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Post Graduate Courses
Note : Subject to change as per PU Guidelines (2015 -16)

M. A. (English)

Master of Arts (English) (No. of Seats 60)
Eligibility Requirements: A student security 45% marks in the subject concerned in BA-I, II & lll in total or 50% in aggregate in BA is eligible for admission to MA-l (English).

M.A. (ENGLISH) l

Course Structure ( Semester – I )
Paper I Literary Criticism – I (LC-l)
Paper II British Poetry – I (BP-l)
Paper III British Drama – I (BD-l)
Paper IV British Fiction – I (BF-l)
Course Structure ( Semester – II )
Paper I Literary Criticism – II (LC-ll)
Paper II British Poetry – II (BP-ll)
Paper III British Drama – II (BD-ll)
Paper IV British Fiction – II (BF-ll)

M.A. (ENGLISH) ll

Course Structure ( Semester – III )
Paper I Literary Theory – I (LT-l)
Paper II Indian Writing in English (IWT-l)
Paper III (Option II ) : Linguistics – I (Ling-l)
Paper IV (Option IV ) :William Shakespeare (SKP-l)
Course Structure ( Semester – IV )
Paper I Literary Theory – II (LT-ll)
Paper II Indian Writings in Translation (IWT-ll)
Paper III (Option II ) : Linguistics – II (Ling-ll)
Paper IV Paper – IV (Option IV) : William Shakespeare II (SKP-l)

M. A. (Economics)

Master of Arts (Economics) (No. of Seats 60 )
Eligibility Requirements: A student security 45% marks in the subject concerned in BA-l, ll & lll in total or 50% in aggregate in BA is eligible for admission to MA-l (Eco.).

M.A. (ECONOMICS) l

Course Structure ( Semester – I ):
MAECO – 101 Micro Economics – I
MAECO – 102 Contemporary issues in Indian Economy – I
MAECO – 103 Quantitative Methods
MAECO – 104 Public Finance
Course Structure ( Semester – II ):
MAECO – 201 Micro Economics – II
MAECO – 202 Contemporary issues in Indian Economy – II
MAECO – 203 Quantitative Methods
MAECO – 204 International Economics

M.A. (ECONOMICS) ll

Course Structure ( Semester – III ):
MAECO – 301 Macro Economics – I
MAECO – 302 Economics of Growth and Development – I
Two optional papers MAECO – 303 & 304
I. Economics of Agriculture – I
II. Economics of HRD
Course Structure ( Semester – IV ):
MAECO – 401 Macro Economics – II
MAECO – 402 Economics of Growth and Development – II
Two optional papers MAECO – 403 & 404
I. Economics of Agriculture – II
II. Economics of Money & Banking

M.A. (History)

MASTER OF ARTS (HISTORY) (No. of Seats 60)
Eligibility Requirements: A student securing 45% marks in the subject concerned in B.A.-l, ll & lll in total or 50% in aggregate in BA is eligible for admission to M.A.-l (History)

M.A. (History) l

Semester – I
Paper I His-111 The Punjab Mid 15th Century to 17th Century
Paper II His-231 Ancient India: An overview
Paper III His-221 Medieval India: Political Processes
Paper IV His-211 Modern India: Political Processes
Semester – II
Paper I His-125 Punjab in the 18th Century
Paper II His-712(opt. II) Agrarian Economy of Medieval India
Paper III (Opt. II) China & Japan (1840-1950)
Paper IV His-932-(opt. V) World in the 20th Century

M.A. (History) ll

Semester – III
Paper I His-126 (opt. II) The Punjab: 1901 to 1966
Paper II His-212 (opt. I) National Movement in India
Paper III His-412(opt. VIII) Rise and Growth of Colonialism in India
Paper IV His-601(opt IX) Gender Relations in Modern India
Semester – IV
Paper I His-126 Punjab in the 20th Century
Paper II His-912 (opt. II) History and Historical Method
Paper III His-730 (opt. II) Industry and Trade in Modern India
Paper IV His-428 (opt. XIII) Religious Developments in Medieval

M.Sc. Mathematics

(No. of Seats 60)
Eligibility Requirements: A student securing 45% marks in the subject concerned in BA-l, ll & lll in total or 50% in aggregate in BA is eligible for admission to M.Sc-l (Mathematics).

M.Sc. (Mathematics) l

Semester – I
Math 601S Real Analysis-I
Math 602S Algebra-I
Math 603S Differential Equations
Math 604S Complex Analysis I
Math 605S Number Theory-I
Semester – II
Math 621S Real Analysis-II
Math 622S Algebra-II
Math 623S Vector Analysis & Mechanics
Math 624S Complex Analysis-II
Math 625S Number Theory-II

M.Sc. (Mathematics) ll

Semester – III
Math 617S Field Theory
Math 618S Topology
Math 661S Probability and Mathematical Statistic – I
Math 675S Special Functions
Math 678S Linear Programming
Semester – IV
Math 637S Linear Algebra
Math 638S Functional Analysis
Math 681S Probability and Mathematical Statistics – II
Math 695S Integral Transforms and their Applications
Math 698S Non – Linear Programming.

M. Com.

Eligibility Requirements: A student securing 50% marks in aggregate in B.Com. / B.B.A. is eligible for admission to M.Com. – l.

Semester – I
Paper 1 M.C. 101 Managerial Economics
Paper 2 M.C. 102 Quantitative Methods for Business
Paper 3 M.C. 103 Modern Accounting Theory & Reporting Practices
Paper 4 M.C. 104 Organisation Theory and Behaviour
Paper 5 M.C. 105 Marketing Management
Paper 6 M.C. 106 Management Information System
Paper 7 M.C. 107 Workshop on IT Applications in Commerce
Semester – II
Paper 1 M.C. 201 Business Environment
Paper 2 M.C. 202 Research Methodology in Commerce
Paper 3 M.C. 203 Financial Management and Policy
Paper 4 M.C. 204 Production and Materials Management
Paper 5 M. C. 205 Operations Research
Paper 6 M.C. 206 Business Policy & Strategic Management
Paper 7 M.C. 207 Summer Training Report and Viva Voce
Semester – III
Paper 1 M.C. 301 Business Performance Measurement
Paper 2 M.C. 302 Tax Planning And Management
(Group A : Marketing)
Paper 3 M.C. 303 Integrated Marketing Communication & Brand Equity Marketing
Paper 4 M.C. 304 Marketing Research (Group F: Banking & Insurance)
(Group F : Banking and Insurance)
Paper 5 M.C. 313 Bank Management
Paper 6 M.C. 314 Insurance Management
Paper 7 M.C. 315 Workshop on financial Markets and Instruments
Semester -IV
Paper 1 M.C. 401 Project Planning and Control
Paper 2 M.C. 402 Knowledge Management
Paper 3 M.C. 403 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
Group A : Marketing
Paper 4 M.C. 404 Advertising and Sales Management
Paper 5 M.C. 405 Services Marketing
Paper 6 M.C. 406 Consumer Behavior
Paper 7 M.C. 422 Comprehensive Viva-Voce

PGDCA

No. of Seats 40
Career Options: This diploma will equip the students with the knowledge and practical skills required to become proficient in the use of computer, Internet, DTP development. It offers many jobs in IT sector.
Eligibility Requirements: A candidate who has passed BA/B.Com./B.Sc./BCA/BBA securing at least 50% marks may seek admission to PGDCA.

Course Content

FIRST YEAR (SEMESTER –I)
PGD-1001 Computer Fundamentals
PGD-1002 Computer Programming using C/C++
PGD-1003 Computer Based Accounting
PGD-PR01 Practical Software Lab. (PGD – 1001)
PGD-PR02 Practical Programming Lab. in C/C++ (PGD – 1002)
FIRST YEAR (SEMESTER –II)
PGD-2001 DBMS Using SQL
PGD-2002 Web Based Applications and Electronic Commerce
PGD-2003 Data Communications and Networks
PGD-PR03 Practical RDBMS Lab. (PGD – 2001)
PGD-PR04 Practical Web Programming Lab. (PGD – 2002)
PGD-2004 Project Work :Project will involve Development of Business Application

M.A. (Punjabi)

MASTER OF ARTS (PUNJABI) (No. of Seats 60)
Eligibility Requirements: A student securing 45% marks in the subject concerned in BA-l, ll & lll in total or 50% in aggregate in BA is eligible for admission to MA-l (Punjabi).
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