BA (HEP, PPS, HPS)

Introduction

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) is a bachelor’s degree awarded for an undergraduate course or program in either the liberal arts, sciences, or both.

The humanities deal with the histories, literatures and cultures of human civilization, while the social sciences involve sociology, anthropology, political behaviors and other forms of human behavior and organization.

What To Do With Your Arts Degree. FAQ ?

There’s a common misperception that arts degrees do not make for strong career prospects. This is because unlike vocational degrees, which have specific career outcomes, arts degrees are focused on increasing a student’s knowledge and critical thinking skills in a variety of areas – literature, history, fine art, philosophy – but not ones that lead directly and obviously to a job. Arts students study ideas, movements and theories in culture, society, history, language, reasoning and more. Extensive reading and research helps arts students to form a broad understanding about the world around them and the ways in which humans connect and interact. This kind of knowledge is vital to develop a broad-based understanding of society, as well as critical communication and analytical skills.

Why is a Bachelor of Arts Degree Useful?

A Bachelor of Arts degree leads to many opportunities to find a meaningful, rewarding and lucrative career. Arts graduates are highly sought after because their broad education base has helped them shape their inquiring minds, and inquiring minds can help employers evaluate conflicting points of view during their business operations.

Job postings routinely emphasize qualities such as ‘effective written and verbal communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills’ as being the most in demand in their workplace. Because of the broad nature of undergraduate arts degree coursework, these skills are instilled by studies in the arts like they are in no other field.

Studying arts at the undergraduate level not only helps students expand their knowledge base in various subjects, it helps them develop intangible traits such critical thinking, effective communication, creativity and independent judgment. Critical thinking and independent judgment are attributes that can be valuable to employers for many reasons; for example they may give an employee the ability to suspect data is incorrect, even if told that it’s accurate. An employee with a less inquisitive mind may take the data at face value without questioning it.

To provide strong academic base with broad perspective for advanced career in Arts.

To develop students professional competencies in Arts for key functional areas.

To develop competent professionals capable of addressing problems related to Arts Course.

The candidate should have passed the two year Intermediate examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education (10+2) or equivalent

The candidate should have appeared for GAT examination conducted by GITAM University and obtained a rank.

The candidate without any formal educational qualification is also eligible provided he/she completes 18years of age as on 1st July of the year in which he/she seeks admission and is qualified in GAT. Admission to the programme shall be made on the basis of pass obtained in GAT subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility criteria.

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BA (History , Economics , Psychology)

AUDFE 101 : SPL. ENGLISH I

AUDFI 102 : CONTEMPORARY INDIA: POLITY, SOCIETY & ECONOMY

AUDFS103 : SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

AUDHI 104 : CULTURAL HERITAGE OF INDIA

AUDEC 105 : MICRO ECONOMICS

AUDFE 201 : ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS

AUDFV 202 : INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT

AUDHI 203 : CULTURAL HERITAGE OF INDIA

AUDEC 204 : MACRO ECONOMICS

AUDPS 205 : GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

AUDPS 206 : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

AUDHI 301 : HISTORY OF INDIA (1886 ONWARDS)

AUDHI 302 : HISTORY OF MODERN WORLD (1842·1964AD)

AUDEC 303 : PUBLIC ECONOMICS

AUDEC 304 : INDIAN ECONOMY

AUDPS 305 : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

AUDPS 306 : EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

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BA in HPS (History, Public Administration & Sociology)

AUDFE 101 : SPL. ENGLISH I

AUDFI 102 : CONTEMPORARY INDIA: POLITY, SOCIETY & ECONOMY

AUDFS103 : SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

AUDHI 104 : CULTURAL HERITAGE OF INDIA

AUDPA105  : PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: CONCEPTS & THEORIES

AUDFE 201 : ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS

AUDFV 202 : INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT

AUDHI 203 : CULTURAL HERITAGE OF INDIA

AUDPA 204 : INDIAN ADMINISTRATION

AUDSO 205 : SOCIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS

AUDSO 206 : INDIAN SOCIETY: STRUCTURE & CHANGE

AUDHI 301 : HISTORY OF INDIA (1886 ONWARDS)

AUDHI 302 : HISTORY OF MODERN WORLD (1842-1964 AD)

AUDPA 303 : RESOURCES & OFFICE MANAGEMENT

AUDPA 304 : LOCAL ORGANIZATION & DEVELOPMENT

AUDSO 305 : TRIBAL & RURAL SOCIOLOGY

AUDSO 306 : URBAN SOCIOLOGY

BA in PPS (Political Science, Public Administration & Sociology)

AUDFE 101.: SPL. ENGLISH I

AUDFI 102  : CONTEMPORARY INDIA: POLITY, SOCIETY & ECONOMY

AUDFS103  :  SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

AUDPO 104: PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

AUDPA105 : PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: CONCEPTS & THEORIES

AUD FE 201 : ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS

AUDFV 202 : INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT

AUDPO 203 : INDIAN POLITY

AUDPA 204 : INDIAN ADMINISTRATION

AUDSO 205 : SOCIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS

AUDSO 206 : INDIAN SOCIETY: STRUCTURE & CHANGE

AUDPO 301  : POLITICAL THOUGHT

AUDPO 302 : INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

AUDPA 303 : RESOURCES & OFFICE MANAGEMENT

AUDPA 304 : LOCAL ORGANIZATION & DEVELOPMENT

AUDSO 305 : TRIBAL & RURAL SOCIOLOGY 6

AUDSO 306 : URBAN SOCIOLOGY