MLACW (now mLAC) is an institution of excellence located strategically in the vicinity of national institutes of repute, such as Indian Institute of Science, Institute of Wood Science & Technology, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Raman Research Institute and Central Power Research Institute.

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Department of History

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

To enable the students to understand the past, connect themselves to the present and facilitate them to plan the future by learning from the past examples to build a secular nation.

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To make history more creative and more interesting.
  • To enable students to get a link from the past to the present.
  • To emphasize the role of women through ages. 
  • Help them in shaping their future career.
  •  To not just to teach history but also to inter-relate it to other subjects.

The Department of History was established in the year 1972. The main objective of the Department is to strengthen critical thinking in students. The Department is constantly striving to enable students to learn from the past and apply to the present for future growth and prosperity of the society. 

Syllabus

Title Year Download
BA HES (2016-18) 03 Jul, 2016 Download
BA.HEP (2016-2019) 01 Jun, 2016 Download
B.A HEP (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download
B.A HES (2019-2021) 03 Jul, 2019 Download

Course Outcome

Course Outcomes - History

1st Year

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.1: Explore Ancient India through different Sources (debates, excavations) starting from Indus Valley Civilization to Vedic civilization.]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.2: Understand Society, Economy, Polity, Varna division and status of women in Ancient Times.]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.3: Critically analyse the Context of Heterodox Religion - Jainism and Buddhism]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.4: Have a deeper understanding of the History of Mauryan Empire by highlighting Administration, Art, Architecture and its decline]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.5: Understand the glory of Ancient India during the Ages of Kushanas and Guptas with emphasis on the contribution of Samudragupta, Chandragupta II and Harsha Vardana]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.6: Comprehend the history of Southern regards to Administration, Art and Architecture during the time of Sangama, Pallavas, Cholas, Always and Nayanmars and the history of Bhakti movement.]

Semester I - History of India - I Paper 1 [CO1.7: Locate important Historical places through mapping]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.1: Understand the foundation of the Sultanate starting from the Slave dynasty.]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.2: Gain knowledge on the contribution of Ala-ud-din and Mohammed bin Tughlaq.]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.3: Comprehend the administration and architectural development under the Sultanate.]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.4: Understand the emergence of Mughals under Babur, Akbar, Jahangir and Aurangazeb and the development of administration, art and architecture during the Mughal Period.]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.5: Identify the emergency of New Social Classes and evolution of Mughal architecture]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.6: Study History and administration of Marathas and contribution of Shivaji]

Semester II - History of India - II Paper 2 [CO2.7: Locate important Historical places through mapping.]

2nd Year

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.1: Understand the nature of Society, architecture, economy and educational system during the period of Satavahanas, Kadambas and Early Chalukyas.]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.2: Discuss Society and Economy under Vijayanagara and Bahamanis and the contributions of Shivappa Nayakara and Tippu Sultan]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.3: Have an in-Depth knowledge of philosophy of Jainism, New Religions (Advaitha, Dwaita, Vishistadvaitha) and Sufism.]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.4: Understand Literary contributions under Pampa and Dasa literature and architectural contributions under Chalukyas of Badami, Hoysalas, Vijayanagara, Bahamanis (under AdilShahi’s]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.5: Acquire details on growth of nationalism, the freedom movement and Unification of Karnataka.]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.6: Have discussions on Contemporary issues like Politics of assertion and Social Justices, Border dispute and River-water disputes.]

Semester III - Karnataka-Society, Economy and Culture Paper 3 [CO3.7: Locate important Historical places through mapping]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.1: Study the scope, nature and importance of Tourism, Traveller, Tour and Tourist and discuss History as a product of tourism.]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.2: Understand tourism through ages (beginnings from ancient to modern times), Sargent committee and basic development of tourism infrastructure and resources.]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.3: Comprehend Tourism Planning and Policy, Conservation of Historical Monuments,Protection of Ancient Monuments Act and Museum Act and detailing on Sustainable, Eco,Health and Heritage tourism.]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.4: Recognize the importance of Tourism Organisation in International, National and Regional levels.]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.5: Elucidate the role played by Travel Agencies, tourism Marketing and Management,Hotel Management and Training Personnel for Tourism]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.6: Have in-depth knowledge on Karnataka Historical Sites, World Heritage Sites,Adventure Tourism, Beaches Resorts, Wildlife Sanctuaries in Karnataka and Prospects of Tourism in Karnataka]

Semester IV -History and Tourism in India - Paper 4 [CO4.7: Locate important Historical places through mapping.]

 

3rd Year

Semester V History of Modern India   Paper 5 [CO5.1: Understand the history of Modern India from the beginning of Advents of Europeans, Wars and Annexations of the British (Plassey, Buxar, Carnatic Wars) to Resistance and the Revolt of 1857.]

Semester V History of Modern India   Paper 5 [CO5.2: Study the importance of Land revenue, commercialization of agriculture, development of transport, communication under the British rule and Economic Nationalism under Dadabhai Navoroji and Drain theory.]

Semester V History of Modern India   Paper 5 [CO5.3: Have in-depth knowledge of various topics such as - Introduction of English Education, Social and Religious Reform Movements, Growth of Nationalism Founding of Indian National Congress, Muslim League – Coming of Gandhi and Ambedkar]

Semester V History of Modern India   Paper 5 [CO5.4: Study the emergency of the Left wings and the idea of Partition and Independence]

Semester V History of Modern India   Paper 5 [CO5.5: Locate important Historical places through mapping]

Semester V History of Europe 1500- 1945  Paper 6 [CO6.1: Study the history of Europe from 1500, beginning with Geographical discoveries till Industrial Revolution]

Semester V History of Europe 1500- 1945  Paper 6 [CO6.2: Have In-depth knowledge of French revolution under Napoleon Bonaparte, Revolution of 1830 and 1848, Growth of Liberalism and Marxian Socialism.]

Semester V History of Europe 1500- 1945  Paper 6 [CO6.3: Study Nationalism and Movements for Unification, contributions of  Bismarck  Kulter Kampf, World War I (Versailles Treaty) and League of Nations.]

Semester V History of Europe 1500- 1945  Paper 6 [CO6.4: Understand the importance of World wars, Fascist, Nazi Experiment, Outbreak and consequences of II World War]

Semester V History of Europe 1500- 1945  Paper 6 [CO6.5: Locate important Historical places through mapping.]

Semester VI India after Independence   Paper 7 [CO7.1: Acquire knowledge on India after independence with the idea of partition, contribution of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel for integration of princely states, contribution of Nehru towards a Planned Mixed Economy, Making of a Foreign Policy, Non-Alignment and development in Education, Culture, Science and Technology.]

Semester VI India after Independence   Paper 7 [CO7.2: Discuss about Political parties, minority problems and Constitution and the role of Ambedkar in Dalit movement.]

Semester VI India after Independence   Paper 7 [CO7.3: Understand the Regional political parties, contribution of Indira Gandhi, Jayaprakash Narayana and Rajiv Gandhi, SAARC and Mandal Commission.]

Semester VI India after Independence   Paper 7 [CO7.4: Elucidate on Modern India regards to Communalism, Secularism, Globalization, Liberalization, Women empowerment and Environmental movement.]

Semester VI India after Independence   Paper 7 [CO7.5: Locate important Historical places through mapping.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.1: Gain in-depth Knowledge on the impact of World War II, achievements, failures and challenges faced by UNO, Military and Economic alliances of Cold war and on 4 crises after Cold war.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.2: Understand the Third world, NAM, National Liberation Movements South Africa, different Regional organizations and Afghan Civil War.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.3: Have in-depth knowledge on Disarmament, Disintegration of Soviet Union, Uni-Polar World and New Economic Order.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.4: Generate ideas on the problems and challenges faced in Contemporary world in terms with Human Rights, Gender Issues - UN & Women's Rights, Ecological Concerns, Environmental Degradation, State and Civil Society and Terrorism.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.5: Comprehend the new Trends for the following: Ecology and Environment, Gender Issues and Global Concern, Human Rights, Globalization and Liberalization.]

Semester VI Contemporary World   Paper 8 [CO8.6: Locate important Historical places through mapping.]

 

 

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Dr. Paul Newman

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