Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts

About the Programme
A Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree Programmes offers instruction in the humanities, social sciences or liberal arts. These Programmes are commonly offered at most colleges or universities. A Bachelor of Arts is a broad interdisciplinary undergraduate degree Programmes encompassing general education, electives and major area of study courses. As opposed to a Bachelor of Science Programmes, B.A. Programmes generally give you more flexibility in choosing your courses and are less specialized. By taking courses in the arts and humanities, you can deepen your cultural understanding and awareness, in addition to developing analytical, critical thinking, written and communication skills. A Bachelor of Arts degree may be appealing because of its broad and well-rounded approach, which can offer versatility and options when seeking a career or a graduate degree. B.A. Degrees are foundational education for lawyers, teachers, architects, and communications professionals.


1. History 5. Hindi
2. Economics 6. English
3. Political Science 7. Home Science
4. Sociology 8. Drawing & Painting

The candidate must have passed 10+2 with 40% marks in any discipline.

I Year

HistoryHistory of india (earliest times to 185 b.c.)
History of india (185 b.c. To 1206 a.d.)
HindiThrough whatsapp
Shakespearean drama
SociologyIntroduction to sociology & structure of indian society
Basic sociological concepts & indian social system
EconomicsMicro economics
Structure and problems of indian economy
Poltical sciencePolitical theory
Comparative government and politics
Home scienceFamily resource management
Introduction to textiles
Drawing & paintingFundamental of visual art & indian folk art
Practical i - still life painting
Practical ii – rendering

II Year

Drawing & painting Fundamental of visual art & indian folk art
Practical i - still life painting
Practical ii – rendering
History History of india (1206 a.d. To 1707 a.d.)
World history (1453 a.d. To 1815 a.d.)
Hindi Through whatsapp
English Poetry
Sociology Process of social change & social change in india
Social research & techniques of data collection & statistical analysis
Economics Macro economics
Money banking and international economics
Poltical science Representative political thinkers
Indian governments and politics
Home science Fundamentals of food and nutrition
Human development
Drawing & painting Histoiry of indian painting (pre-historic yo pahari school)
Practical i - copy from old masters (one figure composition)
Practical ii - cast study bust / antique sculpture / life

III Year

HistoryHistory of india (1707 a.d. To 1947 a.d.)
World history (1815 a.d. To 1945 a.d.)
HindiThrough whatsapp
EnglishIndian and american poetry
SociologyClassical & indian sociological thought
Rural sociology & indian rural social problems
Economics Basic quantitative methods for economics
Economic development and planning
Poltical science International politics and relations
Elements of public administration
Home science Housing and interior decoration
Clothing construction
Drawing & painting Philosophy of art & modern indian painting (18th century a.d. Up to present age)
Practical i - portrait study (painting)
Practical ii - pictorial composition (with minimum two human figure are compulsory) or landscape painting

Career Opportunity with various corporate sector