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Post Graduate Programmes


MA (English)

The Masters in Arts (English) Programme was started in 1991. For 16 years, it has successfully been sending out MA English graduates who have spread themselves all over the globe. The MA English is a four-semester course designed with the objective of introducing students to a wide range of emerging areas of literary study, to inculcate in them a spirit of critical enquiry and develop their analytical, critical and creative faculty. Papers on language, structure and teaching of English have been included to orient students to the demands of market forces.

Semester I

Paper 1: British Literature I
Course outcome: students introduced to and able to critically interrogate canonical as well as unconventional texts that mark the beginnings of British Literature and its developments.

Paper 2: British Literature II
Course Outcome: students introduced to and able to critically interrogate canonical as well as unconventional texts Augustan, Pre-Romantic and Romantic ages of British Literature

Paper 3: Indian Writing In English I
Course Outcome: Through a variety of texts within the genre of Indian Writing in English students are familiarised with issues and concerns of the area of Indian Writing in English as well as examine the various nuances of the term ‘Indian’.

Paper 4: Gender and Literature
Course Outcome: Develop the ability to read and interpret literary and cultural texts from the perspective of gender. Students are introduced to the theoretical positions within gender studies.

Paper 5: Reading Mythology and Folktales (Indian)
Course Outcome: Become familiar with the various theoretical approaches to mythology and folktale and able to recognise and interpret contemporary revisions and adaptations of mythical and folkloric texts within the Indian context.

Soft Core Paper I: Reading Popular Literature
Course Outcome: students’ basic reading, comprehension and analytical skills are enhanced and developed and they are prepared to tackle with more complex and nuanced literary narratives.

Semester II

Paper 6: British Literature III
Course Outcome: students introduced to and able to critically interrogate canonical as well as unconventional texts that mark the Victorian age in British Literature as well as the new genres of this period.

Paper 7: British Literature IV
Course Outcome: students introduced to and able to critically interrogate canonical as well as unconventional texts of Modernism and Post-Modernism within British Literature.

Paper 8: Indian Writing in English II
Course Outcome: Through a variety of contemporary texts within Indian English Writing, the students are introduced to contemporary issues and concerns of Indian Writing in English and Indian society.

Paper 9: Textual Analysis and Interpretation
Course Outcome: Students learn to interpretative styles and techniques. They learn the importance of texts and their contexts and to read texts across genres and media.

Paper 10: Introduction to the Study of English Language
Course Outcome: Students are introduced to different approaches to linguistic and discourse analysis, the various branches within linguistics – phonology, morphology and syntax and semiotics, and learn to apply them to the study of language.

Soft Core Paper II(A): Reading Indias
Course Outcome: students discuss and debate the intellectual, socio-political and cultural background of India and sensitised to issues and debates relevant to their world.

Cultural Studies: Theory and Method
Course Outcome: Students are familiarized to the analytical and interpretative strategies, debates and terms within cultural studies enabling them to analyse a variety of texts.

Semester III

Paper 11: Teaching of English Language and Literature
Course Outcome: Students are able to take a language or literature class at school or college level and prepare lesson plans for the same

Paper 12: Indian Literatures in Translation I
Course Outcome: Students are familiar with literatures and literary styles from the various regional literatures in India and able to do a comparative study across regions.

Paper 13: Post-Colonial Literature and Thought I
Course Outcome: Create awareness and sensitise students to the diverse voices that constitute post-colonial identity within the African, South African and Caribbean contexts.

Paper 14: Visual and Media Texts
Course Outcome: Students are capable of analysing and interpreting visual texts within literary and media fields and have learnt the basics of writing strategies and requirements of new and traditional media.

Paper 15: European Literature
Course Outcome: Students are able to read the literary texts from the context of the movements, history and politics prevailing in Continental Europe, within the national boundaries as well as across language and national boundaries.

Open Elective: Approaches to Texts
Course Outcome: Students can improve and enhance the language skills and also are sensitised to many issues and problems of our world through the study of literary texts.

Semester IV

Paper 16: Modern Critical Theory
Course Outcome: The theoretical understanding of the students is strengthened and they are able to analyse a variety of texts from a variety of current theoretical approaches within literary study.

Paper 17: Indian Literatures in Translation II
Course Outcome: : Students are familiar with literatures and literary styles from the various regional literatures in India that emerge post-independence and able to do a comparative study across regions

Paper 18: Post-Colonial Literature and Thought II
Course Outcome: Create awareness and sensitise students to the diverse voices that constitute post-colonial identity within the context of Colonial and Postcolonial Canada and Australia

Paper 19: American Literature
Course Outcome: Students are exposed to polyphonic voices within the area of American Literature and can read any text from this space within its socio-cultural space.

Paper 20: Diasporic Writing
Course Outcome: Students are familiar with the different techniques used by writers to narrate the experience of migration and the various themes and concerns related to diasporic experience.



MCA

The Master of Computer Applications (MCA) is a post Graduate Programme affiliated to Bangalore University, started in the year 2003 and approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). The course was designed with the objectives of providing a modern, industry-oriented education in applied computer science so that the students can compete in the present-day global situation. In the span of four semesters, students are well equipped with programming, analytical ability; strong knowledge in the field.

Semester I

Computer Organization and Architecture
Programming in C
Web Technologies
Operating Systems
Discrete Mathematics
C Programming Lab
Web Technologies Lab

Semester II

Data Structures
Computer Networks
Database Management Systems
Object Oriented Concepts using Java
Probability and Statistics
Java Programming Lab
Data Structures Lab

Semester III

Software EngineeringMethodologies
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Linux Programming
Linux Programming Lab
Database Management Systems Lab
Elective I
Open Elective

Semester IV

Distributed Systems
Exploring Python
Mobile Application Development
Information Security
Python Programming Lab
Mobile Apps Development Lab
SoftCore I

Semester V

Cloud Computing
Data Mining and Business Intelligence
Artificial Neural Networks
Elective II
Soft Core II
Mini Project Lab
Research based Project Lab

Semester VI

Elective III
Elective IV
Industry Project Work / Internship


ELECTIVES:

Electives

ADVANCED DBMS CONCEPTS
THEORY OF COMPUTATION
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
SOFTWARE TESTING
NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
INFORMATION STORAGE AND MANAGEMENT
MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
TCP/IP
MOBILE COMPUTING
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING
COMPUTER GRAPHICS USINGOPEN GL

Softcore Papers

AGILE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
VISUAL PROGRAMMING
ARDUINO PROGRAMMING
BIG DATA ANALYTICS
ADVANCED JAVA
FINANCIAL ACCCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT

Open Electives

CYBER SECURITY
BIG DATA ANALYTICS


List of Discipline Specific Electives:

Elective -I

A.Theory of Computation
B.Digital Image Processing
C.Financial Accounting and Management
D.Computer Architecture

Elective - II

E.Multimedia Systems
F.Internet of Things (IoT)
G.Digital Marketing
H.Software Project Management

Elective – III

I.Natural Language Processing
J.BlockChain Technology
K.Software Testing
L.Information Storage and Management



MBA

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a post Graduate Programme affiliated to Bangalore University, started in the year 2007 and approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). The course curriculum is designed with the objective of providing learners up-date knowledge and intuitive insights into business and management theories and practice in the ever-changing business complexities.


Semester I

Organizational behavior & Management Process
Economics for Managers
Accounting for Managers
Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decisions
Business Law
Managerial Communication
Innovation Management (Soft Core)

Semester II

Corporate Governance, risk Management and Control
Marketing for Customer Experience
Financial Management
Production and Operations Management
Human Resource Management
Managerial Research methods
Wellness Strategies for Managers (Soft Core)

Semester III : 2 Regular papers + 4 Electives (2 HR & 2 Finance / 2 HR & 2 Marketing / 2 Finance & 2 Marketing) and OPEN ELECTIVE.

Global Environment for business
Management Information System
Electives: Finance / Marketing / Human Resources
Open Elective- 1. Life Style Management 2. Social media marketing
Summer Internship- Project Report & Viva –Voce

Semester IV : Regular papers + 4 Electives (2 HR & 2 Finance / 2 HR & 2 Marketing / 2 Finance & 2 Marketing)

Business Policy and Strategic Management
Entrepreneurship Development
Electives: Finance / Marketing / Human Resources


ELECTIVES:

Financial Management

Advanced Financial Management
Security Analysis and portfolio Management
Risk Management
Merchant Banking and Financial Services
Project Appraisal, Planning and Control
International Financial Management
Mergers, Acquisitions and corporate restructuring
Taxation
Commodity Derivatives

Marketing Management

Business Marketing
Sales & Retail management
Consumer behavior
Services Marketing
Rural Marketing
Strategic Brand Management
Integrated Marketing Communications
International Marketing Management
E-Marketing
Social Media Marketing

Human Resource Management

Organizations: Structure, Process & Design
Legal Environment for Industrial Relations
Management of Organizational Behavior & Developing Competencies
Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness
International Human Resource Management
Team Development & Leadership
Organizational Development
Knowledge Management
Compensation Management and Benefits Administration
Talent acquisition and Development


M.Com (Finacial Analysis)

The M.Com Finacial Analysis (MFA) course has been designed to develop or enhance the accounting and financial management skills necessary to function effectively within private businesses, non-profit organizations, and public agencies. This program also has been designed for people who seek to develop and apply their skills in the areas of auditing, taxation, information systems, and financial analysis, among other subjects.

Semester I

Accounting Conventions and Standards
Managing People in Organization
Macroeconomics for Business Decisions
Managerial Finance
QT for Accounting & Finance
Financial Markets & Services
Accounting and Auditing (Soft Core)

Semester II

International Financial Reporting Standards
Commodity Markets
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Advanced Cost Management
Business Research Methods
Micro Finance (Soft Core)

Semester III

International Business
Corporate Taxes
Futures & Options
Contemporary Issues in Accounting
Asset Liability Management in Banks
Insurance and Risk Management

Semester IV

Strategic Management
Financial Derivatives
Goods and Service Tax and Customs Las
Financial Products – Engineering & Marketing


ELECTIVES:

Financial Management

Advanced Financial Management
Security Analysis and portfolio Management
Risk Management
Merchant Banking and Financial Services
Project Appraisal, Planning and Control
International Financial Management
Mergers, Acquisitions and corporate restructuring
Tax Management
Commodity Derivatives

Marketing Management

Business Marketing
Sales & Retail management
Consumer Behaviour
Services Marketing
Rural Marketing
Strategic Brand Management
Integrated Marketing Communications
International Marketing Management
E-Marketing
Social Media Marketing

Human Resource Management

Organisations: Structure, Process & Design
Legal Environment for Industrial Relations
Management of Organisational Behaviour & Developing Competencies
Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness
International Human Resource Management
Team Development & Leadership
Organisational Development
Knowledge Management
Compensation Management
Innovation Management
Business Ethics
Life Style Management
Quality Management

Semester III

Personal Wealth Management
Startup and Ecosystem

Semester IV

Management Control System
Cost and Management Audit
Strategic Financial Management
Infrastructure Financing
Wealth Management

M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)

The Masters in Organic Chemistry is a two years full time course spanned out into four semesters. Organic chemistry plays an essential role in a large number of chemical industries. The objectives of this programme are to provide students with an advanced knowledge of areas of organic chemistry. The course is designed to gain strong knowledge in Chemistry with practical applications of theory leading to research in Organic Chemistry and inter-disciplinary projects related to Chemistry.