In line with our unique orientation and efforts to provide you with a variety of additional, practical knowledge and skills in the humanities domain, we offer a Digital Badging pathway programme in association with a reputed partner. The programme will demonstrate specific skills and competencies which you will acquire through learning experiences and help you to have a better chance of enrolling in the reputed higher education institution or landing a job you applied for.
CO 1: Discuss the nature of Indian economy before and during British rule.
CO 2: Examine the growth and growth indicators of Indian economy.
CO 3: Assess the sectoral development of Indian economy.
CO 4: Assess the public finance and policy implications of Indian economy.
CO 5: Describe the latest reforms towards advancement of Indian economy.
CO 1: Comprehend the meaning, scope and significance of Public Administration, its evolution, its ecology and its contemporary status.
CO 2: Discover the evolution of Administration thought through the lens of administrative thinkers.
CO 3: Understand the significant techniques of Administrative Behaviour, and concepts like Administrative Law, Comparative Administration and Development Administration.
CO 4: Explain concepts and techniques in Public Personnel Administration and Financial Administration.
CO 5: Conceptualize Public Management and its techniques of administrative improvement.
CO 1: Discover the history and early development of Indian writing in English Language and literature.
CO 2: Examine the principles of Indian philosophy and aesthetics theory.
CO 3: Analyze themes, images, strategies of narrative, character building etc. in fiction and drama.
CO 4: Distinguish Indian poetry in terms of period, style, stylistics and performance.
CO 5: Interpret the impact of influence of classical Indian tradition and western literature in Indian English writing.
CO 1: Develop skill sets for writing in New Media.
CO 2: Formulate strategies for integrated newsrooms.
CO 3: Illustrate the changing trends in multimedia journalism.
CO 4: Appraise how information consumption is changing the traditional newsrooms.
CO 5: Examine social media’s impact on new media and digital journalism.
|Course Duration: 30 hours||Mode of Delivery: Online||
No. of Units: 15
|Live Online sessions: 22.5 hours||Pre-recorded Lectures: 7.5 hours|
100 Marks; Continuous Assessment (50%) and End-of-Course Assessment (50%)
3 Assignments of 25 Marks each of which any 2 can be attempted; Online on LMS
50 Marks; MCQ Pattern; Online on LMS and Non-Proctored
40% marks each in Continuous and End-of-Course components
Within 30 days of assessment, the grade/marks secured will be indicated in the certificate and it will have a lifetime validity