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U.G. PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B.COM):
Semester-wise Course Modules and their Outcomes
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE:
Program Outcome
 This program could provide Industries, Banking Sectors, Insurance Companies,
Financing companies, Transport Agencies, Warehousing etc., well trained
professionals to meet the requirements.
 After completing graduation, students can get skills regarding various aspects
like Marketing Manager, Selling Manager, over all Administration abilities of the
Company.
 Capability of the students to make decisions at personal & professional level will
increase after completion of this course.
 Students can independently start up their own Business.
 Students can get thorough knowledge of finance and commerce.
 The knowledge of different specializations in Accounting, costing, banking and
finance with the practical exposure helps the students to stand in organization.
Program Specific Outcome
 The students can get the knowledge, skills and attitudes during the end of the
B.com degree course.
 By goodness of the preparation they can turn into a Manager, Accountant ,
Management Accountant, cost Accountant, Bank Manager, Auditor, Company
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Secretary, Teacher, Professor, Stock Agents, Government, employments and so
on.
 Students will prove themselves in different professional exams like C.A. , C S,
CMA, MPSC, UPSC. As well as other coerces.
 The students will acquire the knowledge, skill in different areas of
communication, decision making, innovations and problem solving in day to day
business activities.
 Students will gain thorough systematic and subject skills within various
disciplines of finance, auditing and taxation, accounting, management,
communication, computer.
 Students can also get the practical skills to work as accountant, audit assistant,
tax consultant, and computer operator. As well as other financial supporting
services.
 Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying both
quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business.
 Students will be able to do their higher education and can make research in the
field of finance and commerce.
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B.COM. – I
I-SEMESTER II-SEMESTER
English English
Marathi/Hindi Marathi/Hindi
Financial Accounting Business Mathematics and Statistics
Business Economics Business Economics
Business Organization Business Management
Company Law Secretarial Practice
COURSE OUTCOMES
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING:
Students will learn relevant financial accounting, career skills applying both
quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in business. After
studying this course student should be able to define book-keeping and accounting
explain the general purposes and functions of accounting. Describe the main
elements of financial accounting information- assets, liabilities, reference and
expenses. Identify the main financial statements and their purposes.
ECONOMICS:
Develop the ability to explain core economics terms, concepts and theories.
Explain the functions of market and prices as allocative mechanism. Apply the
concept of equilibrium to both Micro and Macro Economics. Identify key Macro
Economics indicators and measures of Economic change, growth and development.
COMPANY LAW AND SECRETARIAL PRACTICE:
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To enlighten the students’ knowledge on Companies Act. On successful completion
of this course, the students should have thorough knowledge on formation of
company, documents required and acts pertaining to it.
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT:
Apply conceptual learning skills in today’s business environment. Analyze
financial performance of an organization. Evaluate organizational decisions with
consideration of the political, legal, and ethical aspects of business. Assess strengths,
weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the business environment.
B.COM-II YEAR
III-SEMESTER IV-SEMESTER
English English
Marathi/Hindi Marathi/Hindi
Financial Account Financial Account
Monitory Economics Monitory Economics
Business Law Skill Development
Business Communication & Management Income Tax
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AND MANAGEMENT:
Upon completion of the course students are expected to be able to demonstrate
a good understanding of effective business writing, research approaches and
information collection, developing and delivering effective presentations and
effective inter-personal communication.
BUSINESS LAW:
Upon successful completion of business law the students will be able to
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demonstrate and understanding of the legal environment of the business. Apply basic
legal knowledge to business transaction communicate effectively using standard
business and legal terminologies.
INCOME TAX:
Upon successful completion of Income Tax the students will be able to
demonstrate and apply to tax formula for individuals. Identify individuals who must
file tax returns determining filing status and understand the calculation of the Tax.
According to filing status, calculate the number of exemptions and the exemption
amount for taxpayers.
B.COM-III YEAR
V-SEMESTER VI-SEMESTER
Financial Accounting Financial Accounting
Cost Accounting Management Accounting
Business Finance Indian Economics
Indian Economics Business Finance
Management Process Advance Statistics
Marketing Management Human Resource Management
COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING:
Learning outcomes critically analyze and provide recommendations to
improve the operations of organizations through the application of the management
accounting techniques, demonstrate the mastery of costing system, cost
management system, budgeting system and performance measurement system.
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BUSINESS FINANCE:
Students of Business Finance will develop these skills like ability to organize,
analyze and interpret numerical and financial data. Sound decision making abilities,
aptitude for details and accuracy. Proficiency in oral and written communication
with the ability to explain complex financial transactions in data to others.
MANAGEMENT PROCESS:
Learning outcomes observe and evaluate the influence of historical forces, the
current practice of management. Identify and evaluate social responsibility and
ethical issues involved in business situations and logically articulate own position
on such issues. Develop business models that support a company’s strategic
objectives.
ADVANCE STATISTICS:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to organize,
manage and present data. Analyze statistical data graphically using frequency
distributions. Analyze statistical data using measures of central tendency,
dispension and location, probability distribution, correlation and regression
analysis, estimation, hypotheses testing and statistical forecasting.
MARKETING MANAGEMENT:
Marketing understand fundamental marketing concepts, theories and
principles in areas of marketing, policy of market and consumer behavior of
product distribution, promotion and pricing decisions. Understand the role of
marketing as a fundamental organization policy process.
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of employee
recruitment, selection and retention plans and processes. Administer and contribute
to the design and evaluation of performance management program. Develop,
implement and evaluate employee orientation, training and development programs.
Conduct research, produce reports and recommend changes in human resource
practices.
I. PROGRAM OUTCOME OF BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.)
Students seeking admission for B.A. are expected to imbue with following
quality which help them in their future life to achieve the expected goals.
• Attained knowledge with facts and figures related to subjects of the concerned
discipline.
• Understood the basic concepts, fundamental principles, and various theories in the
above mentioned subjects.
• Realized the importance literature in creating aesthetic, mental, moral, intellectual
development of an individual and increasing a healthy society.
• Understood how issues in social science influence literature and how literature can
provide solutions to the social issues.
• Gained the analytical ability to analyze critically the literature and social issues,
appreciate the strength and suggest the improvements for better results.
• Appreciated that social issues are no longer permanent and largely depend on
political, economical changes and also on the developments in science and
technology.
• Convinced himself/herself that study of literature and social sciences not only help
to evolve better individual and better society but also help to make the life of an
individual more happy and meaningful.
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• Participated in various social and cultural activities voluntarily.
• Written articles, novels, stories to spread the message of equality, nationality,
social harmony, etc.
• Emerged as a multifaceted personality who is self dependant; earning his own
bread and butter and also creating opportunities to do so.
• Realized that pursuit of knowledge is a lifelong process and in combination with
untiring efforts and positive attitude are necessary qualities for leading a
successful life.
• Developed various communication skills such as reading, listing, speaking, etc.,
which will help in expressing ideas and views clearly and effectively.
MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
 To inculcate interest among students in assimilating the ethics and values
through the study of English language and Literature.
 To help the students in learning English language in a stress free atmosphere.
 To motivate the students in developing their career with the help of English
language.
 To make English interesting and informative as a subject.
 To use as much ICT as possible for better instruction.
 To reach out Higher Education to the most deprived and underprivileged
sections in the society.
 To promote research aptitude among students.
 To equip our students to be a part of the Community Development
Programmes and thus towards the ultimate object of a prosperous and vibrant
nation.
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ACTION PLAN
1. Organizing Seminars & Group Discussions of students.
2. To send students for the participation in various co-curricular activities and
competitions like Debate, Elocution, Drama, Poetry Writing, Essay Writing &
Poster Making.
3. Orientation, Intensive & Tutorial classes are conducted.
4. Organizing two Unit Tests in each session, two term exams & frequent Surprise
Tests.
5. Discussion of Previous question papers of University in the classroom.
6. To facilitate English Language learning process through English Language Lab.
7. To make English Language learning process students’ friendly.
8. To enhance the English Language proficiency of students by developing their
communicative skills.
B.A. & B.Com. (Comp. ENGLISH) PROGRAMMES SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
(PSO’S)
 A student who has taken admission into this programme of B.A with English as
Compulsory subject is expected to target the following outcomes.
a. To hone with the knowledge of basic English Language and Grammar.
b. To strengthen the linguistic capabilities of the student through theory and
Assignments.
c. To ingrain the mind towards creative writing, appreciation, critical thinking
and critical analysis.
d. To develop global competencies for successful life.
e. To cultivate a value – added life to face challenges and achieve excellence.
f. To kindle creative mind with innovative thoughts.
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g. To enable them to enjoy life through literature.
COURSE OUTCOMES (CO’S) B.A. I, II & III & B.Com. I & II (ENGLISH
COURSE):
1. To develop reading, writing and analytical skills and communicate their
ideas critically, creatively, and persuasively through the medium of
language in the current informative and intensive society.
2. To expose to a range of contexts where the language is used to meet a
variety of real life communication needs.
3. To equip with the practical, emotional, intellectual and creative aspects of
language by integrating knowledge and skills.
4. To develop their critical thinking capabilities focused through the course as
an important need.
5. To enhance the following language skills
i. Spoken and written communication.
ii. Writing of Resume, letter writing, email & advertisement writing.
iii. Writing News-report, Essay, paragraph and review.
iv. Narration of experience and daily routine.
v. Interview Techniques.
6. Understanding and interpretation of poem, prose, essay, short stories, etc
B.A. – SOCIOLOGY
Sociologyisthesciencethatdealswiththestudyofthemanifestations,systems and
social relations, a careful analytical and descriptive study through the pursuit of
different research methods, in order to reach the rules and laws governing the
conduct of these phenomena and social relations.
This science also means understanding the nature of various social realities
so that this society can draw up strategic plans, set goals and programs that will
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work to increase progress and raise society. In this article, we will inform you of the
most important goals that this science means.
OBJECTIVES OF SOCIOLOGY:
• Studying the general principles and pillars of sociallife.
• Studying the patterns of human and social behavior and their effects on the
individual and society.
• The study and analysis of parts of social construction is a detailed study. This
is because all other political, economic and educational institutions are
affected by the prevailing social order.
• Knowledge of the laws of social transformation, which are aimed at studying
the bases and rules that society must follow to make a qualitative leap in the
case of society.
• Diagnosis and treatment of the various social problems experienced by
society and the development of various plans to address them.
• To highlight the correct social concepts and to correct misconceptions related
to social life.
• Laying the foundations of an ideal society.
• Introducing various social institutions that serve the community.
• Explain the concept of social unity and encourage society to achieve this
concept.
• Studying social relationships that combine individuals. Developing different
social theories.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES IN SOCIOLOGY
By the time of graduation, sociology majors should be able to:
• Explain the sociological perspective, broadly defined; use sociological theory
to explain social problems and issues; make theoretically-informed
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recommendations to address current social problems; and demonstrate the
utility of the sociological perspective for their lives.
• Demonstrate the ability to interpret, locate, evaluate, generate, and use
sociologically relevant data to test hypotheses and draw evidence-based
conclusions.
• Integrate sociological theory, research, and data in order to assess various
explanations of social phenomena and to assess social policy.
UPON COMPLETION OF A B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY, STUDENTS WILL:
• Think critically about the causes and consequences of social inequality.
• Design and evaluate empirical sociological research.
• Explain and apply the major theoretical perspectives in sociology.
• Communicate orally and in writing about sociological concepts.
• Use their sociological education outside of the undergraduate classroom,
particularly in their careers or furthereducation.
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SEMESTER-I:
SOCIOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. This paper intends to induct the students to sociology as the beginner of
thesubject.
2. The paper thus aims to expose the students to the basic concepts in sociology.
MISSION, GOALS, AND LEARNING OUTCOMES:
The Sociology Department seeks to develop in students the sociological
knowledge and skills that will enable them to think critically and imaginatively
about society and social issues. Through coursework, internships, independent
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studies and collaborative research with faculty, the Department encourages a
commitment to social justice based on an appreciation of social and intellectual
diversity and an awareness of social inequality.
The major in sociology is intended to serve as preparation for careers in
teaching, delivery and administration of social and health services, urban and
environmental studies, law, government service at local, state and federal levels and
related occupations. The major also provides training for advanced graduate work
in sociology, social work and other social sciences. Sociology is also recommended
as a second major or minor for students of all other social sciences; for business; for
the humanities; especially literature and theatre arts; for ethnic and are a studies; for
journalism and other various applied arts and sciences
Core courses provide students with a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the
sociology discipline. Upper division concentrations in Deviance and Social Control;
Interaction and Group Relations; Medical Sociology; and Social Change and Global
Issues allow students to further focus and develop their understanding of specific
fields within sociology.
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SEMESTER-II
SOCIOLOGY: THEMES AND PERSPECTIVES
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. This paper intends to orient the students to certain basic perspectives in
sociology.
2. The subject also intends to make students know in details about culture,
stratification and mobility and the deviant patterns and social control in
society.
OUTCOMES:
Our work in Student Affairs is guided by five learning themes which support
the mission, values and educational outcomes of Goodwin College. Within each
theme are broad outcomes that define and focus the themes. The themes and
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outcomes are used to guide the development and assessment of departmental and/or
programmatic learning objectives.
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SEMESTER-III
FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIOLOGICAL THOUGHT
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. The paper aims at orienting the students to the basic sociological thoughts of
the great masters of sociology.
2. The paper also intends to help the students to shape their thoughts and ideas
and also addressing many current sociological issues and problems.
3. The objectives of the course are to provide students with some basic
conceptual resources for tackling substantive and theoretical material in their
2nd and 3rdyears.
Aims: This course will provide a basic but comprehensive introduction to some of
the intellectual traditions within sociology with a focus on the origins of the
discipline. The course will provide the student with the necessary conceptual tools
to understand the distinctive origin and nature of sociology as an academic
discipline and as a wider cultural presence within modernity. In all cases emphasis
will be placed upon the specific historical context of particular writers and theories.
It will be argued that the emergence of sociology and the social sciences in general
represents an intellectual response to the cultural and material problems of capitalist
industrial societies in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The course will equip
students with the concepts and information necessary to grasp the main themes of
the classical sociological tradition. The objectives of the course are to provide
students with some basic conceptual resources for tackling substantive and
theoretical material in their 2nd and 3rdyears.
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Outcomes:
This course will provide a basic but comprehensive introduction to some of the
intellectual traditions within sociology with a focus on the origins of the discipline.
The course will provide the student with the necessary conceptual tools to
understand the distinctive origin and nature of sociology as an academic discipline
and as a wider cultural presence within modernity.
In all cases emphasis will be placed upon the specific historical context of particular
writers and theories.
It will be argued that the emergence of sociology and the social sciences in general
represents an intellectual response to the cultural and material problems of capitalist
industrial societies in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The course will equip students with the concepts and information necessary to grasp
the main themes of the classical sociological tradition.
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SEMESTER-IV
INDIAN SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. The paper intends to make the students understand the seminal ideas and
thoughts reflected in the works of Indian Sociologists.
2. The paper also aims to help the students in understanding at the theoretical
level the sociological issues concerning Indian society.
3. To acquaint the students to the continuities and contradictions in Indian
society.
4. To help students understand the history of ideas related to the analysis of
Indian society.
5. To analyse the role of colonialism, democracy, nation building and
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globalization in shaping contemporary Indian society.
COURSE OUTCOME:
 To ensure that students have understood the formation of the discipline in
India and the challenges that it has faced.
 To ensure that students have conceptual clarity and can articulate the main
debates and arguments with regard to sociology in India.
 To improve sociological understanding of Indian society.
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SEMESTER-V
INDIAN SOCIETY: THE STRUCTURAL ISSUES
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. The paper aims at acquainting the students with Indian society in terms
making them know the issues and problems confronting the institutions of
caste and family.
2. The paper also aims to bring into fore the issues and problems concerning
the tribes and rural communities in India.
COURSE OUTCOME:
Learning Outcome: Students will be able to identify the philosophical, economic
and political developments that lead to the development of classic social theory.
Students will identify the function of theory in the social sciences. Students will be
able to understand how Marx, Weber, Durkheim and Simmel conceived the
discipline of sociology.
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SEMESTER-VI
CURRENT SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN INDIA
OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER:
1. The paper is based on the problems the society in India is facing at present.
2. The subject intends to make the students know the nature, causes and
consequences of those problems as well as the measures to put a check on
them.
COURSE OUTCOME:
Learning Outcome: It is hoped that exposure to the course will lead to a better
understanding of the Change and Development Issues provide understanding about
Paths and Agencies of Development, theories of development, Globalization
Develop, a critical understanding regarding Development Programmes in India
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OUTCOMES AND AIMS & OBJECTIVE OF HISTORY
B.A. HISTORY PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:
1. Integrate student’s learning across all facets of their lives.
2. Analyse critically and imaginatively. Develop skills of critical an alysis and
interpretation.
3. Communicate effectively
4. Understand the ethical implications of ideas, communications and actions
5. Appear in competitive examinations.
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC
1. Understand background of our historic past, religion, customs,institutions,
administration and soon.
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2. Understand Social, Political, Religious and Economic conditions of the
people.
3. Understand the history of world with comparative approach.
4. Analyse relationship between the past and the present times and bringing its
contemporary relevance.
5. Emphasis on developing critical thinking in historical writing, discussion and
interpretation among students.
6. Prepare students for various competitive examinations.
B.A. FIRST YEAR
Semester- I
History of India from Earliest Times to1525
OUTCOMES:
1. Study the ancient Indian civilization such as Harappa and Vedic and understand
social, political and religious changes during the period.
2. Develop the ability to understand the origin and tents of Jainism and Buddhism.
3. Acquire knowledge about ancient Indian dynasties – Maurya, Gupta &Vakataka.
4. Introduction to prominent Sultanate dynasties and their administrative systems in
medieval India.
5. Acquire knowledge on religious, culture and art history in medieval India.
B.A. FIRST YEAR
Semester- II
History of India from 1526 to 1761
OUTCOME:
1. To understand rise and establishment of Mughal dynasty in India.
2. Know about the war of succession or Shahjahan and understand the Deccan
Policy of Aurangzeb.
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3. Introduction to history of Marathas; understand significance of coronation and
administrative system of Chhatrapati Shivaji.
4. Analyse the Maratha War of Independence and study third battle of Panipat in
Peshwa period.
5. Understanding foundation of East India Company’s rule in India.
B.A. Second Year- Semester -III History of India: 1764 to 1885
Outcomes: –
1. Understand the rise of British Power in India and analyse their agrarian policy
and land revenue system.
2. Analyse policies of Governor-Generals in India under East India Company’s rule.
3. Study socio-religious movements of modern India.
4. Understand the administrative reforms introduced by Viceroys during
establishment of British rule in India.
5. Analyse the causes of rise of Indian nationalism and emergence of local
organisations.
B.A. SECOND YEAR
Semester-IV
History of India: 1885 – 1947
OUTCOMES:-
1. Understand the origin and establishment Indian National Congress.
Understand the nature of moderates and extremists ideology.
2. Understand the phases of Indian National Movement and its impact under the
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leadership of Mahatma Gandhi.
3. Study various missions proposed by British government.
4. Examiner ole of Subhash Chandra Bose and his formed INA in struggle of
Indian Independence.
5. Evaluate Mountbatten plan and Indian Independence Act of1947.
B.A. FINAL YEAR
SEMESTER- V
MODERN WORLD – 1789-1920
OUTCOMES: –
1. Introduction to landmark events in World history.
2. Understand policy of imperialism and changes in world political order.
3. Emergence of State of Germany and its diplomatic policy.
4. Critically analyse background of First World War and international peace
making attempts that followed.
B.A. Final Year
Semester- VI: Modern World: 1920-1960
OUTCOMES:
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1. Analyse causes for the rise of dictatorship in Europe.
2. Understand international crisis; inter world war period politics and events
leading to Second World War and its aftermath.
3. Understand world politics after World War and attempts to restore World
peace.
4. Introduction to political shifts in West Asia.
B.A. – Economics
B.A. I – MICRO ECONOMICS
Aims & Objective of Economics
1. Ability to use Economic Problem Solving Methods
OBJECTIVES:
1.1Students will be able to use quantitative, graphical and Statistical methods to
solve economic problems.
1.2 To acquaint the students with the contemporary economic problems and enable
them to appreciate the efforts being made to tackle them.
1.3. To enable them to acquire skills in interpreting simple statistical data.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
 Students will appreciate how Economics engagement can improve our lives
and our world
 Students will be able to articulate and defend their own points of view
 Students will be able to defend their views in oral and written contexts
 Students will be able to apply their analytical and communication skills to
these issues
 The study of economics provides students with a range of important skills
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necessary to continue in the field of research and analysis, and equips students
with a portfolio of widely transferable skills valued by employers.
 Understanding how different degrees of competition in a market affect pricing
and output.
 Knowing the decision making of consumer.
 Identifying the nature of revenue and cost of production.
 Comprehending the demand function and production function.
 Realizing various production theories.
 Clarifying the meaning of Marginal, average, total revenue, and Marginal,
average and total cost and its implication.
 Awareness of different markets structure.
 Understanding pricing in different markets.
 Judging the factor pricing.
B.A. II – MACRO ECONOMICS
AIMS & OBJECTIVE OF ECONOMICS
1. Advanced Understanding of the Macro Economic Theory of how the
Economy Functions
Objectives:
1.1 Students should be able to show a proficiency with the closed economy
macro- economic model of the economy.
1.2Students should be able to show a proficiency with the open economy
macro-economic model of the economy.
2. Applications of Macro and Indian Economic Theory to Monetary Policy,
Banking, Digitization etc.
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Objectives:
2.1 Analyze monetary policy, banking and Digitization documents such as
Federal Reserve statements and articles from the financial press, Budget, New
Banking development.
2.2 Use financial/economic databases to collect a macro and Indian economic
dataset.
LEARNINGOUTCOMES
 Economic graduates have gone on to employment in a range of professional
roles in both business and public sectors, such as international banking and
finance, Budget, National governments in many parts of the world,
international organizations and development agencies, non-governmental
organizations, academia and current economic development.
 Economics-Finance majors should have an in-depth knowledge of macroeconomic policies and financial markets. Our majors should be able to discuss
the motivations and impacts of policy decisions, especially with regards to the
business environment. Students must be able to interpret news and events in
the media from an economic perspective. This analysis of real world events
will help students to improve their decision making in a national and
international context.
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 Creating awareness about changing macro-economic policies and theories.
 Understanding the meaning, function and role of commercial banking.
 Comprehending the procedure of an account opening, operating and closing.
 Knowing the structure, function and role of RBI in economic development.
 Judging the progress of financial inclusion.
 Evaluating the importance, characteristics and components of the financial
Market.
 Understanding the role and types of development banks and Non-banking
financial intermediaries.
 Realizing the banking reforms and Basel Norms-I and II.
 Identifying recent trends in Indian Banking such as E- Banking, MICR
Clearing, ATMs, Credit cards and Debit Cards, Travelers Cheques, Gift
Cheques, Demat Account. B.A.-II Macro Economics
 Identifying the basic concepts and theories of Macro economics.
 Awareness about changing macroeconomics policies and theories.
 Understanding various concepts such as; GDP, GNP NNP, Personal Income,
Disposable Income, Per Capita Income, and National Income.
 Identifying the factors determining gross domestic product, employment, the
general level of prices, and interest rates.
 Realizing the law of markets, consumption function and investment function.
 Judging the role of fiscal policy and monetary policy in a Developing
economy.
 Knowing features, phases and theories of trade cycles.
 Evaluating types, merits and demerits of taxes.
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 Comprehending the role of public finance in developing economy.
B.A. III – INDIAN ECONOMICS
Aims & Objective of Economics
3. Advanced Understanding of the Indian Economic Theory of how the Economy
Functions
Objectives3.1 To deepen their understanding and knowledge about the impact of
development on environment.
3.2 To develop favorable attitudes towards conservation and wise use of natural
resources.
3.3 To help them to understand that different sectors of the Indian economy are
interlinked and they should develop simultaneously through planned and
coordinated efforts.
3.4 To familiarize them with the different criteria of dividing world economy and
to know why some countries are rich and some poor.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
 Developing the skill of data collection & use of sampling techniques in
research.
 Developing the knowledge about theories of economic growth &
Development and issues of economic planning.
 Understanding characteristics, features, structural changes in Indian Economy.
 Comprehension of the nature and impact of New Economic Reforms on the
Indian Economy.
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 Knowing the problems of unemployment, poverty, rising economic and social
inequality and problems of regional imbalances in India.
 Evaluating the changing role of agriculture, industrial and service sector and
foreign sector in Indian Economy.
 Measuring the problems and prospects of cottage and small scale industries,
and industrial sicknesses.
 Measuring the growth, volume, composition and direction of India’s foreign
trade and capital inflow since1991.
POLITICAL SCIENCE:
The students understand the basic principles of politics including government
institutions and branches, political wings and organizations, political behavior, and
operation of government at both the national and state level. Understanding
government and politics in a comparative perspective and understand government
and politics in a global context. The students obtain knowledge of fundamental
rights and duties of the citizens, structure and functions of central and state
governments, judiciary, legislator and autonomous body like election commission.
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
On completion of B.A (political science), Students are able to:
• understand basic concepts of political science.
• analyze political behavior in practice.
• Understand the political ways of thinking.
• analyze historical and current events from political perspective.
• write clearly expressing political point of view.
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• Understand alternative approaches to political problems through exposure to
coursework in allied fields.
• Create ability to suggest of the various political problems.
• Understand the functioning, powers of the UN, SAARC and other organisations.
On completion of M.A (political science), Students are able to
• conduct socio- political survey on political fields.
• Learn Indian Foreign Policy
• Learn Modern Political Issues.
• Understand political process in Indian federation
• Learn public administration
• Learn socio-political research methods
• Understand international politics, relations, laws, conflicts and various issues.
Understand comparison between public administration, private administration,
Indian administration.
DEPARTMENT OF MARATHI
B.A. & B.Com. (Comp. MARATHI & Marathi Literature) PROGRAMMES
SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’S)
 A student who has taken admission into this programme of B.A with Marathi as
Compulsory and Marathi Literature subject is expected to target the following
outcomes.
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h. To hone with the knowledge of basic Marathi Language and Grammar.
i. To strengthen the linguistic capabilities of the student through theory and
assignment.
j. To ingrain the mind towards creative writing, appreciation, critical thinking
and critical analysis.
k. To develop global competencies for successful life.
l. To cultivate a value – added life to face challenges and achieve excellence.
m. To kindle creative mind with innovative thoughts.
n. To enable them to enjoy life through literature.
COURSE OUTCOMES (CO’S) B.A. I, II & III & B.Com. I & II (MARATHI &
MARATHI LITERATURE COURSE):
7. To develop reading, writing and analytical skills and communicate their
ideas critically, creatively, and persuasively through the medium of
language in the current informative and intensive society.
8. To expose to a range of contexts where the language is used to meet a
variety of real life communication needs.
9. To equip with the practical, emotional, intellectual and creative aspects of
language by integrating knowledge and skills.
10.To develop their critical thinking capabilities focused through the course as
an important need.
11.To enhance the following language skills
i. Spoken and written communication.
ii. Writing of Resume, letter writing, email & advertisement writing.
iii. Writing News-report, Essay, paragraph and review.
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iv. Narration of experience and daily routine.
v. Interview Techniques.
12.Understanding and interpretation of poem, prose, essay, short stories,
drama etc.
B.A. & B.Com. (Comp. MARATHI & Marathi Literature) COURSE
OUTCOMES:
B.A.I Sem. (Compulsory Marathi)
Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 1
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Mahinbhatt, Ramchandrapant
Amatya, Mahatma Jotirao Phule, Sane Guruji, Laxmibai Tilak, Poet likes Sant
Dnyneshwar, Raghunath Pandit, Honaji Bala, Keshavsut & Balkavi.
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
 Develop critical and analytical thinking & social interaction and cultural
understanding.
 Change their outlook and develop in them a sense of confidence and
responsibility.
 The students are able to make accurate use of Marathi language in their
respective fields.
 The students could communicate effectively in their various business situations.
 The verbal and non-verbal skills of communication are developed.
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B.A. II Sem (Compulsory Marathi)
Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 1
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like P. L. Deshpande, Waman
Krushna Chorgade, Madhukar Keche, Baburav Bagul, Anil Avachat. Poet likes
Madhav Julian, Bahinabai Chaudhari, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj, B. S.
Mardhekar. Kusumagraj,
 Learn about Social, Moral, educational and religious value
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
 Inculcate moral and human value within themselves.
 Develop the knowledge of letter writing, Saransh Lekhan
B. A. III rd SEM (Compulsory Marathi)
Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 2
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Keshiraj Bas, TarabaiShinde, P.
K. Atre, Pt. Mahadevshastri Joshi, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj. Poet likes Sant
Namdev, Moropant, Ram Joshi, Kavi Yashvant, Kavi Anil.
 Understand how society has changed and developed from past to present.
 Develop reading, writing and communicate skills.
 Understand and analyse the social work and Self work and develop logical,
critical and analytical thinking aptitude
 Develop the knowledge about how to write “Minutes of Meeting” and News
Writing.
B. A. IVth SEM (Compulsory Marathi)
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Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 2
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Durga Bhagvat, P/ B. Bhave,
Nirmalkumar Fadkule, Jayant Naralikar, B, H, Kalyankar. Poet likes Narayan
Surve, Suresh Bhat, N.D. Mahanor, Bhau Panchabhai, Kusum Alam
 Learn about Social, Moral, Scientific, environmental and religious value
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
 Inculcate moral and human value within themselves.
 Develop reading, writing and communicate skills.
 Understand and analyse the social work and Self work and develop logical,
critical and analytical thinking aptitude
 Develop the knowledge about how to write “Importance of translations” and
Interview Writing
B. A. Vth SEM (Compulsory Marathi)
Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 3
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Mahinbhat, G. G. Agarkar,
Vinoba Bhave, Iravati Karve, Gangadhar Galgil. Poet likes Sant Tukaram, Shahir
Prabhakar, Kavi Bee, B. R. Tambe, N. G. Deshpande
 Gain knowledge about Thinkers.
 Learn about Social, Moral, Scientific, environmental and religious value
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
 Inculcate moral and human value within themselves.
 Develop reading, writing and communicate skills.
 Understand and analyse the social work and Self work and develop logical,
critical and analytical thinking aptitude
 Develop the knowledge about “Editing Books” and Official writing knowledge
B. A. VIth SEM Compulsory Marathi
Sahitya Sanvad, Bhag – 3
• Gain the knowledge about different writers like Vidhyadhar Pundalik, Maruti
Chitampalli, Madhukar Vakode, Narendra Dabhodkar, Chadrakant Wankhede.
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Poet likes Indira Sant, Sharchandra Muktibodh, Kavi Gres, Namdev Dhasal,
Dashrath Madavi .
• Understand how society has changed and developed from past to present.
• Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
• Develop critical and analytical thinking & social awareness & Blind belief.
• Change their outlook and develop in them a sense of confidence and
responsibility.
• The students are able to make accurate use of Marathi language in their respective
fields.
• The students could communicate effectively in their various business situations.
• Develop the knowledge about “Criticise of Books” and Internet and Marathi
language and Literature.
B.A. Ist SEM Marathi Literature
Novel (Kadambari) – ‘Tahan’
Sahitya Prakar Sankalpana aani Swaroop i) Katha Swaroop v Rachana. ii) Kavitaya
Vanmay Prakarachi Sankaplana v Swaroop
 Gain knowledge, skill and positive attitude towards Marathi Literature.
 Develop Attitude of Literary forms in Marathi Novel
 Information about the history of Marathi Novel.
 Information about Literary Theory and importance of Novel Litrature.
 Develop the Novel reading skills.
 Get information about the Sadanand Deshmukh’s Novel- ‘Tahan’
 Inculcate moral and human values within themselves
 Understand the types of Marathi Short Story and poetry.
 Know the concept and process of literature.
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B.A. IInd SEM (Marathi Literature)
Drama (Natak) – ‘Ashrunchi Zali Fule’
Sahitya Prakar Sankalpana aani Swaroop
i) KadambariVanmayaEkChintan.
ii) Charitra, Atmacharitra, Atmakathan Sankaplana v Swaroop
 Gain knowledge, skill and positive attitude towards Marathi Literature.
 Develop Attitude of Literary forms in Marathi Drama- Natak
 Information about the history of Marathi Natak and Impotance of Drama
Literature
 Information about Literary Theory.
 Students are acquainted with the language, style, dialogue structure of the age to
which it belongs.
 Get information about the Vasant Kanetkar’s Drama- ‘Ashrunchi Zali Fule’
 Watch the Drama
 Inculcate moral and human values within themselves
 Understand the types of Marathi Novel and Charitra, Autobiography &
Atmakathan.
 Know the concept and process of literature.
B.A. IIIrd SEM (Marathi Literature)
Tukaramanche Nivdak 100 Abhang
Kavyashashtra Parichay
i) Kavyalakshan
ii) kavyaprayojan(Pouvartya)
 The students develop interest in literature.
 The students develop interest in literature.
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 Get information Well known Sant Tukaram’s charitra and importance of their
Poetry.
 Know the concept & process Literature
 Develop Attitude of Marathi Grammar.
 Get the information about Kavya prayaojan.
B.A. IVth SEM (Marathi Literature)
Rasayatra –Poetry of Kusumagraj
Kavyashtra Parichay
i) Kavyakaran
ii) Shabdashakti aani Arthvichar
 The students develop interest in literature.
 Get importance of poems of Rasyatra Poetry Book
 Get the information about Kavyakran
 Develop Attitude of Marathi Grammar.
B.A. Vth SEM (MARATHI LITERATURE)
Prachin Gadya –Leelacharitra Akank
Dalit Sahitya Vedanaaani Vidroh
i) Bhasheche Swaroopaani Upyag
ii) Swanvidnayn
 The students develop interest in literature.
 Get information about Leelacharitra
 Get the information about Shree Chakradhar Swami.
 Get the information about ancient Social, Economic, Political, Cultural,
Dharmik Values
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 Get the information about Dalit Sahitya& their inspiration
 Know the importance of language in human life
 Get the information about Swan Vidnyan.
B.A. VIth SEM
Atmakathan- ‘Garud Zep- Ek Dhyeyavada Pravas’
Prachin Marathi VangmayachaItihas
BhashaVidyan
i) Roopi maani Padvichar
ii) Praman Bhasha aani Boli
 Develop Attitude of Literary forms in Marathi Aatmakathan.
 Get information about ‘GarudZep’ –inspirations to young one from Bharat
Andhale’s life (Zero to Hero)
 Get the information about Sant Poet & their literature.
 Get information about Sant literature forms.
 Get information well known Poet Sant Dyneswar, Gora Kumbhar, Muktabai,
Janabai, SenaNavi, Narhari Sonar, Sant Chokhamela etc.
 Get information Bakhar Vangmay & Shahiri Vangmay.
 Get the information well known Shahir Honaji Bala, Anant Fandi, Parasram,
Ram Joshi etc.
 Know the concept of Roopim and Padvichar.
 Know the various method to the study of language.
 Develop Attitude of Marathi Linguistic & Grammar.
B.Com. Ist Sem(Marathi Compulsory)
Bhasha Darshan, Bhag -1
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 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, P. B. Bhave,
Shivaji Savant, Yogiraj Waghmare, V. S. Jog. Poet likes Sant Dnyneshwar,
Bahinabai Chaudhari, B.S. Mardhekar, Narayan Surve, Sudhakar Gaidhani.
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students
 Develop critical and analytical thinking & social interaction and cultural
understanding.
 The students are able to make accurate use of Marathi language in their respective
fields.
 The students could communicate effectively in their various business situations.
 Develop the knowledge of letter writing, Minutes of Meeting
B.Com. II Sem (Compulsory Marathi)
Bhasha Darshan, Bhag -1
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like SantanuKirloskar, P.L.
Deshpande, Gangadhar Pantavane, Vasant Varhadpande, Sadanand Deshmukh.
Poet likes Sant Tukaram, Keshav Kumar, Kusumagraj, Kavi Gres, Loknath
Yashwant.
 Learn about Social, Moral, educational and religious value
 Inculcate moral and human value within themselves.
 Develop Marathi reading, writing & Communication skills of students.
 The verbal and non-verbal skills of communication are developed.
 Develop the knowledge of Technique Interview.
B. Com. III rd SEM Compulsory Marathi
Bhasha Darshan, Bhag -2
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like Mahibhat, C.V. Joshi, Shankar
Kharat, Anand Yadav, B. H. Kalyankar. Poet likes Sant Chokhamela, Sena
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Nhavi, Narhari Sonar, Honaji Bala, Kavi Bee, Vasant Bapat, Yashvant Manohar,
Dnyanesh Wakhudkar.
 Develop reading, writing and communicate skills.
 Understand and analyse the social work and Self work and develop logical,
critical and analytical thinking aptitude
 Develop the knowledge about how to write “Expand of Ideas” and News Writing.
B. Com. IV rd SEM Compulsory Marathi
Bhasha Darshan, Bhag -2
 Gain the knowledge about different writers like S. M. Mate, N.S. Phadake, Durga
Bhagvat, V. Madgulkar, Maruti Chitpalli, JayantNaralikar. Poet likes Sant
Eknath, Keshavsut, Kavi Yashvant, V.A. Uhale, V. Sonarkar.
 Understand how society has changed and developed from past to present.
 Develop reading, writing and communicate skills.
 Understand and analyse the social work and Self work and develop logical,
critical and analytical thinking aptitude
 Develop the knowledge about Editing of Magazine. (Smarnika Sampadan)
 The verbal and non-verbal skills of communication are developed.

अभ्यासक्रमाचे ध्येयः-
वाडःमय क्षेत्रातील प्रगती,पदवी पातळीवर दर्जेदार,उच्चप्रतीचे,व्यवसायभिमुख आणि सर्वव्यापी शिक्षण.
मातृभाषा आणि वाडःमयाशी योग्य सांगड.
विद्याथ्र्याच्या ज्ञानार्जनाचे यथार्थ मूल्यमापन करणे व त्यांच्या ज्ञानकक्षा विस्तारित करणे.
वाडःमय क्षेत्रातील प्रगतीचाव विषय विचारांच्या संदर्भाचा प्रामुख्याने विचार
अभ्यासक्रमाचे उद्दिष्टे:-
मराठी भाषा आणि वाडःमय यांच्या विविधांगी अभ्यासाची दिशा पदवी स्तरावर सूचित व्हावी.
विद्याथ्र्यांना मूल्यशिक्षण दिले जावे.
विद्याथ्र्यांना आकलन झालेल्या भागावर परीक्षेसाठी प्रश्न विचारता यावेत.
प्राचीन ,मध्ययुगीन व अर्वाचीन वाडःमयातीललीळा,बखर,वैचारिकनिबंध,कथा,ललितलेख,प्रवासवर्णन,आत्मकथन,संत,पंतव

शाहिरी काव्यापासून तर आधुनिक कवींच्या कवितापर्यंत विविध वाडःमयप्रकारांची माहिती मिळावीत.
व्न्ज्ब्व्डम्ै.
महानुभाव संप्रदायाची ओळख आणि भाषाज्ञान होईल.
राज्यसंरक्षण करून कर्तव्याची जाणीव होईल.
महात्मा फुले यांचे विचार शेतक-यांच्या उत्थानासाठी आजही तितकेच महत्वपूर्ण आहे.
हया विचाराने प्रेरित होईल.समाजपर्यंत आपले विचार मांडण्याचा प्रयत्न करेल.
संस्कृती व साहित्य यांच्या मार्मिक संबंधविषयी दिशा मिळेल.
आत्मचरित्र या वाडःमयप्रकाराची माहिती होईल.
महानुभाव संप्रदायाची ओळख आणि भाषाज्ञान होईल.
वैचारिक निबंधात्मक लेखनाचे महत्व कळेल.
आत्मविश्वास संपादन होईल.
भक्तीविषयक भावना निर्माण होईल.
शिक्षकांविषयीचा आदरभाव वाढेल.
महानुभाव संप्रदायाची ओळख आणि भाषाज्ञान होईल.
आगरकरांचे सामाजिक विचारामुळे सामाजिक तळमळ निर्माण होईल.
विनोबा भावे यांच्या विचारामुळे तरूण युग बदलवू शकतो हा विचार त्यांच्या मनावर खोल ठसा उमटवू शकतो.
नाटक या वाडःमयप्रकाराची माहिती मिळेल.
महाभारतामुळे घडलेल्या घटनामुळे विकारी वृत्ती नष्ट होण्यास मदत होईल.
सामाजिक जीवनमूल्ये जोपासण्यास सहकार्य होईल.
साहित्यप्रकाराची ओळख होईल.
संतसाहित्य व भक्तीमागार्विषयी मार्गदर्शन मिळेल.
पंडिती काव्यामध्ये वृत्तालंकार आणि काव्य कसे गुणसमृध्द असतात.याची माहिती मिळेल.
तंत साहित्यामुळे भूपाळी या नव्या प्रकाराची माहिती मिळून ज्ञानकक्षा रूंदावेल.
युगपरिवर्तन कवितेमुळे सामाजिक जाणिवेशी असलेले नाते अधिक दृढ होईल.
व्याकूळ भाववृतीे व निसर्गवर्णन या परस्परविरोधी रूपक कशी असतात.याचा अभ्यास होईल.
संत वाडःमयाची ओळख होईल.

पंत. वाडःमयामुळे वृत्तालंकाराची ओळख होईल.
तंत. वाडःमयामुळे शृंगार रसाची माहिती मिळेल.
शेतक-यांची जीवनगाथाच कशी दुर्देवी आहे.ही भावना मनात निर्माण होईल.
दशपदी या काव्यप्रकाराची ओळख होईल.
संतांच्या अभंगातून समानतेचे मूल्य निर्मा ा होईल.
पंत. वाडःमयामुळे वृत्तालंकाराची ओळख होईल.
रूपक अलंकाराची माहिती मिळेल.
ध्येय आणि परिस्थिती यांचा समन्वय साधण्ययकरिता मार्ग कसा निवडावा याचे उत्तम ज्ञान मिळू शकते.
जीवनव्यवहार आणि निसर्गरम्य वातावरणामुहे आशावाद कसा व्यक्त होतो याचे प्रत्यंतर येते.
व्यावहारिक मराठी-
वृत्तसंपादन ,बातमीलेखन,अग्रलेख,वृत्तांत,सारांशलेखन,भाषिकसंवाद,व्यवहाराच्या मूलतत्वांची ओळख
ही तात्विकदृष्टया कशी महत्वाची ठरते. पारंपारिक अभ्यासक्रमापेक्षा व्यावहारिक अभ्यासक्रम किती जीवनाभिमुख करणारा आहे.याची माहिती मिळेल.
विद्याथ्र्यांना हा अभ्यासक्रम जीवन सन्मुख करणारा आहे.
विद्याथ्र्यांना चारित्र्यसंपन्न करण्यास व त्यांच्यात सामाजिक उत्तरदायित्वाची जाण निर्माण करणारे आहेत.
‘व्यावहारिक मराठी’या विषयाचा केलेला समावेश विद्याथ्र्यांना जीवनाभिमुख करणारा आहे.
वेच्यांची निवड करतांना आषयाची गहनता,विषयांची विविधता आणि भाषाशैलीची संपन्नता या गुणवैशिष्टयामुळे वाडःमय क्षेत्रातील प्रगती व वैचारिकता नक्कीच वाढण्यास मदत होईल.
एमपीएससी ,युपीएससी व इन्कमटॅक्स अशा स्पर्धात्मक परीक्षेकरिता ज्ञानाने परिपक्व होईल.
वृत्तपत्रे ,संपादक,संपादकीय,वृत्तलेखक,प्रुफरिडर,जाहिरात काॅपी,स्तंभलेखक,भाषांतरकार,मुद्रणदोष इत्यादीमध्ये नैपुण्य मिळवू षकेल.
आकाशवाणीमध्ये उद्बोधक वृत्तनिवेदक,रेडिओजाॅकी,काॅम्पिअर,काॅपीराइटर,संवाददाता,ध्वनीमुद्रण यातून रोजगाराच्या संधी उपलब्ध होईल.
दूरदर्शन आणि इतर प्रसारमाध्यमातून वृत्तनिवेदक,सूत्रसंचालन,स्क्रीप्ट लिहिणे,चित्रपटनिर्मीती,लघुचित्रपटनिर्मिती याकरिता सक्षम बनेल.

प्रवासी लोकांना प्रेक्षणीयस्थळांविषयी भाषांतरकार,मार्गदर्शक या माध्यमातून रोजगारनिर्मीती होवून उपजिविकेचे साधन होवू षकते.

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