PG- Courses

Courses:

In addition to six Under-Graduate programmes, the College offers the following Post-Graduate programmes for the academic year 2018-19

  • M.S.W
  • M.Com
  • M.Sc (Physics)
  • M.Sc (Mathematics)
  • M.Sc (Computer Science)
  • M.A (Economics)


1. Master Of Social Work (MSW)

Eligibility:

Any Degree with minimum marks 45%(SC&ST 40%). Selection of candidates shall be on merit-cum-reservation on the basis of 50:50 weight age for marks in the entrance and qualifying examinations.

Course Duration: Two years(4 Semesters)
Course Highlights:
  • Experienced & Trained Staff
  • Project work related to subjects
  • Training for research works
  • Regular Assessment & counseling of the students
  • Departmental Library
  • Career Guidance
  • Placement Services

 


2. Master of Commerce (M.Com):

Eligibility:

B.com Or BBM degree with minimum marks 45% (SC&ST 40%)

Course Duration: Two years(4 Semesters)
Course Highlights:
  • Experienced Teaching Faculty
  • Guest Lecturers
  • Seminars/Workshop/Case Studies
  • Good Departmental Library
  • Development of Communication Skills
  • Lecturing with modem teaching aids
  • Career Guidance.

 


3. Master of Physics (M.Sc Physics)

Eligibility:

The  candidates  who  have  passed  the  three  year  B  Sc  degree  examination  of Mangalore University or any other University considered equivalent there to, with Physics as major /  optional subject/special subject are eligible for the programme provided they have studied Mathematics as major/optional/special/minor/subsidiary subject for at least two years and secured a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ST/Category-I candidates) marks in Physics and Mathematics.

Course Detail:
  • The MSc (Physics) PG Programme shall comprise “Core” and “Elective” subjects. The “Core” subjects shall further consists of “Hard” and “Soft” papers. Hard core papers shall have 4 credits; soft core paper shall have 3or 4 credits. Open electives shall have 3 credits. Total credit for the programme shall be 92 including open electives.
  • Core papers are related to the discipline of the M.Sc (Physics) programme. Hard core papers  are  compulsorily  studied  by  a  student  as  a  core  requirement  to  complete  the programme of M.Sc (Physics). Soft core papers are elective but are related to the discipline of the programme. Two open elective papers of 3 credits each shall be offered in the II and III semester by the department. Open elective will be chosen from an unrelated programme within the faculty or across the faculty.
  • Total credit for the M.Sc (Physics) programme is 92. Out of the total 92 credits of the programme, the hard core (H) shall make up 60.47 % of the total credits; soft core (S) is 39.53 % while the open electives (OE) will have a fixed 6 credits (3 credits – 2 papers)

 

Course Duration: Two years(4 Semesters)
  • FIRST SEMESTER: The first semester consists of four theory papers which are hard core (4 hours per week for each paper and shall carry 4 credits for each paper) and two practicals (soft core 6 hours per week for each practical paper and each practical paper carries 3 credits). The duration of the lab is 3 hours.  The students have to come twice a week for each of the practical paper.
  • SECOND SEMESTER: The second semester consists of four theory papers which are hard core (4 hours per week for each paper and shall carry 4 credits for each of the papers) and two practical (soft core 6 hours per week for each practical paper and each practical paper shall carry 3 credits). The duration of the lab is 3 hours. The students have to come twice a week for each of the practical paper. In addition there shall be an open elective paper to be opted by the student from other departments. The open elective course is a soft core paper (3 hours per week and shall carry 3 credits).
  • THIRD SEMESTER: The third semester consists of four theory papers, two general theory papers and two elective papers. The elective papers are offered in each of the three specializations, condensed matter physics, electronics and nuclear physics. The two general papers are hard core (4 hours per week and shall carry 4 credits). The two elective papers offered in each of the three specializations are soft core papers (4 hours per week and shall carry 4 credits). The two practical papers for each of the above mentioned specialization are soft core papers (6 hours per week and shall carry 3 credits for each of the practical paper). The duration of the lab is 3 hours for each practical. The students have to come twice a week for each of the practical papers.  In addition there is an open elective course to be opted by the student from other departments. The open elective is a soft core  paper (3 hours per week and shall carry 3 credits).
  • FOURTH SEMESTER: The fourth semester consists of four theory papers, two general theory papers and two elective papers. The elective papers are offered in each of the three specializations, condensed matter physics, electronics and nuclear physics. The two general papers are hard core (4 hours per week and shall carry 4 credits). The two elective papers offered in each of the three specializations are soft core papers (4 hours per week and shall carry 4 credits). There shall be a compulsory project work which has to be under taken by all the students of the fourth semester. The project work is a hard core having 8 hours per week with 4 credits.
Course Highlights:
  • Experienced Lecturers with ample Research Background
  • Lecturing with ICT facilities
  • Guest lectures by eminent Professors from University and Institutes of National Repute
  • Seminars/workshops for students
  • Organizing conferences to get an exposure in for forefront research area
  • Training for UGC/NET/SLET examinations
  • Guiding students for summer projects in the Institutes

 


4. Master of Mathematics (M.Sc Mathematics):

Eligibility:
  1. Candidates who have passed the three year B.Sc. degree examination of Mangalore University or any other University considered as equivalent thereto with Mathematics as major/optional/special subject are eligible for the programme provided they have secured a minimum of 45% (40%for SC/ST/Category-I candidates) marks in Mathematics.
  2. Candidates who have passed B.Sc.Ed. degree examination (Regional College Scheme) of any University are eligible for admission to the programme, provided they satisfy all other requirements in (1) above.
Course Duration : Two years(4 Semesters)
Course Highlights:
  • Experienced teaching faculty
  • Departmental Library
  • Guest lectures/ Seminars/Workshops
  • Regular assessment of student’s performance & counseling services

 


5. Master of Computer Science (M.Sc – Computer Science)

Eligibility:
  1. Candidates who have passed any of the following Bachelor Degrees from Mangalore University or any other University considered as equivalent thereto are eligible for the programme provided they have secured a minimum of 45% (40% for SO ST/ Category-1) aggregate marks excluding languages and group III subjects.
  2. B.Sc. degree with Computer Science’ Computer Applications (vocational) as optional/ major/ subsidiary subjects or B.Sc.(Hons) degree with Computer Science/ Computer Systems/ Information Science/ Information Systems or B.Sc. degree with Mathematics / Statistics / Physics/ Electronics / Instrumentation as optional/ major/ subsidiary along with P.G. Diploma in Computer Applications / Computer Science/ Information Technology or Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) or Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) (Integrated Course) or Bachelor of Information Technology’ (BIT) or Bachelor of Information Science (BAS) or Bachelor of Engineering (BE) / Bachelor of Technology (B.tech).
Course Duration : 2 Years (4 Semesters)
Course Highlights :
  • Experienced teaching faculty
  • Seminars/Workshops/Guest lectures
  • Career guidance
  • Well equipped computer lab

 


6. Master of Arts (MA – Economics)

Eligibility:
  • Candidates who have passed the three year B.A. degree examination of Mangalore University or any other University considered as equivalent thereto, with Economics as major/optional subject are eligible for admission to the programme provided they have secured a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ST/ Category-I candidates) marks in the subject.
  • Candidates who have passed B.A. Ed degree examination (Regional College Scheme) are eligible for the programme provided they have secured a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ST/Category-l candidates) marks in the relevant subjects and fulfill other conditions specified for the programme
Coursre Duration : Two Years (4 Semesters)
 Course Highlights:
  • Experienced teaching faculty
  • Seminar/Workshops/Guest lectures
  • Career guidance
 

Subjects of Study:

Subjects of MSW:

The details of the papers for four semesters:

 

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 SWH 401 Social Work Profession- History and Ideologies 1 SWH 451 Social Policy and Welfare Administration.
2 SWH 402 Working with Individuals and Families 2 SWH 452 Community organization and Social Action
3 SWH 403 Working with groups 3 SWH 453 Social Work Research and Statistics
4 SWS  404 Dynamics of Human Behaviour OR 4 SWS  454 Industrial Psychology  OR
SWS  405 Personal and Professional Development for Social Work Practice SWS  455 Social Work with Families
5 SWH 406 Social work Practicum I(Orientation Visits and Concurrent Fieldwork) 5 SWE 456 Contemporary Social Work Perspectives and Concerns  OR
SWE  457 Development of Communication Skills and Professionalism
6 SWH 458 Social work Practicum II(Concurrent field work and Social Work Camp)
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 SWH501 Project planning and managemet 1 SWS551 Communication Skills and Social Work Practice
SWS552 Juvenile Justice System in India
Specialization I : Community Development (CD) Specialization I : Community Development (CD)
2 SWS502 Rural and Tribal Development  2 SWS553 Urban Community Development
SWS505 Management of Non profit organizations for sustainable development SWS556 Citizen participation and local self governance
Specialization II : Medical & Psychiatric Social Work (MPSW) Specialization II : Medical & Psychiatric Social Work (MPSW)
3 SWS503 Medical Social Work 3 SWS553 Social Medicine and Medical Social Work
SWS506 Perspective of Psychiatric Social Work SWS556 Therapeutic Councelling
Specialization III : Personnel Management Specialization III :Human Resource Management
4 SWS504 Management Concept and practices 4 SWS555 Labour Welfare and Industrial Relations
SWS507 Human Resource Management and Development SWS558 Labour Legislation
5 SWS508 Correction Social Work OR  5 SWS559 Research Project
SWS509 Human Resource Training and Development  6 SWS560 Social work Practicum IV(Concurrent Field Work and Social Work Camp)
6 SWSE10 Disaster Management OR
SWE511 Understanding Marginalities
7 SWH512 Social work Practicum III(Concurrent Field Work and Social Work Camp)

 


 

Subjects of M.Com:

The details of the papers for four semesters:
MASTER OF COMMERCE (M.Com.)
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 CM401 Management Perspective 1 CM451 Business Environments
2 CM402 Statistics for Business and Management – I 2 CM452 Statistics for Business and Management – II
3 CM403 Management Science – I 3 CM453 Management Science – II
4 CM404 Advanced Financial and Cost Accounting – I 4 CM454 Advanced Financial and Cost Accounting – II
5 CM405 Managerial Economics 5 CM455 Strategic Marketing Management
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 CM501 Personal Savings and Tax Planning(Choice Based Paper) 1 CM551 Financial Management
2 CM502 International Business Environment 2 CM552 Insurance Management
3 CM503 Foreign Trade & Policy 3 CM553 Marketing Research
Optional 1 : Financial Management & Investment Science (FMAIS) Optional 1 :Financial Management & Investment Science (FMAIS)
4 CM504 A Corporate Accounting 4 CM554 A Capital Structure Management
5 CM505 A Security Analysis and Portfolio Management – I 5 CM555 A Security Analysis and Portfolio Management – II
Optional 2 :Human Resource Development and Management (HRDAM) Optional 2 :Human Resource Development and Management (HRDAM)
6 CM504 B Human Resource Development 6 CM554 B Organizational Behaviour
7 CM505 B Strategic Human Resource Management 7 CM555 B Labour Legislation
8 CM506 Seminar

 


 

Subjects of M.Sc Physics:

The details of the papers for four semesters:
M.Sc. PHYSICS
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 PHH 401 Methods of Mathematical Physics – I 1 PHH451 Mathematical Physics – II
2 PHH 402 Quantum Mechanics – I 2 PHH 452 Quantum Mechanics – II
3 PHH 403 Classical Mechanics 3 PHH 453 Nuclear and Radiation Physics
4 PHH 404 Electrodyamics 4 PHH 454 Condensed Matter Physics and Electronics
5 PHP

405

Physics Practicals – I

(General)

5 PHE 455 Energy Studies
6 PHP 406 Physics Practicals – II

(Electronics)

6 PHP 455 Physics Practicals – III

(General)

7 PHP 456 Physics Practicals – IV

(General)

III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 PHH 501 Atomic and Molecular Physics 1 PHH 551 Laser Physics, Vacuum Techniques, Cryogenics.
2 PHH 502 Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics 2 PHH 552 Astrophysics & Relativity
3 PHE 509 Radiation Sources and Hazards
Specialization 1 : Condensed Matter Physics Specialization 1 : Condensed Matter Physics
4 PHS 503 Condensed Matter Physics – I 4 PHS 553 Condensed Matter Physics – III
5 PHS 506 Condensed Matter Physics – II 5 PHS  556 Condensed Matter Physics – IV
6 PHP 510 Condensed Matter Physics – Practicals – I 6 PHP 559 Project Work
7 PHP 513 Condensed Matter Physics – Practicals – II
Specialization 2 : Electronics Specialization 2 : Electronics
4 PHS 504 Electronics – I 4 PHS 554 Electronics – III
5 PHS 507 Electronics – II 5 PHS  557 Electronics – IV
6 PHP 511 Electronics – Practicals – I 6 PHP 559 Project Work
7 PHP 514 Electronics – Practicals – II
Specialization 3 : Nuclear Physics Specialization 3 : Nuclear Physics
4 PHS 505 Nuclear Physics – I 4 PHS   555 Nuclear Physics – III
5 PHS 508 Nuclear Physics – II 5 PHS 556 Nuclear Physics – IV
6 PHP 512 Nuclear Physics – Practicals – I 7 PHP  559 Project Work
7 PHP 515 Nuclear Physics – Practicals – II

 


 

Subjects of M.Sc Mathematics:

The details of the papers for four semesters:
M.Sc. MATHEMATICS
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 MT 401 Algebra – I 1 MT 451 Algebra – II
2 MT 402 Linear Algebra – I 2 MT 452 Linear Algebra – II
3 MT 403 Real Analysis – I 3 MT 453 Real Analysis – II
4 MT 404 Topology 4 MT 454 Complex Analysis – I
5 MT 405 Numerical Analysis – I 5 MT 455 Numerical Analysis – II
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 MT 501 Differential Equations and Applications (Choice based paper) 1 MT 551 Algebraic Number Theory
2 MT 502 Commutative Algebra 2 MT 552 Partial Differential Equations
3 MT 503 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 MT 553 Measure and Integration
4 MT 504 Complex Analysis – II 4 MT 554 Functional Analysis
5 MT 505 (a) Multivariate Calculus and Geometry OR (b)Advanced Topology 5 MT 555 (a) Graph Theory OR (b) Lattice Theory
6 MT 506 Seminar

 


 

Subjects of M.Sc Computer Science:

The details of the papers for four semesters:
M.Sc. COMPUTER SCIENCE
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 CSH 401 Foundations of Computer Science 1 CSH 451 Advanced Operating System
2 CSH 402 Algorithmics 2 CSH 452 Internet of Things
3 CSH 403 Data Communications and Computer Networks 3 CSH 453 Advanced Database Management Systems
4 CSH 404 Embedded Systems 4 CSS 455 Mobile and Wireless Communications
5 CSS 405 Java Technology 5 CSP 459 Operating Systems Lab
6 CSP 406 Algorithmics Lab 6 CSP 462 DBMS Lab
7 CSP 407 Java Programming Lab 7 CSE 466 Linux Environment Systems(Choice based paper)
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 CSH 501 .Net Technology 1 CSP 551 Project Work Report Viva-Voce
2 CSH 502 Computer Graphics and Multimedia
3 CSH 503 Software Engineering
4 CSS 508 Cloud Computing
5 CSP 509 .Net Programming Lab
6 CSP 512 Computer Graphics Lab
7 CSE 516 Mobile E-Commerce

 


 

Subjects of M.A. Economics:

The details of the papers for four semesters:
M.A. ECONOMICS
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 ECO 401 Micro Economic Analysis – I 1 ECO 451 Micro Economic Analysis – II
2 ECO 402 Macro Economic Analysis – I 2 ECO 452 Macro Economic Analysis – II
3 ECO 403 Economics of Growth and Development – I 3 ECO 453 Economics of Growth and Development – II
4 ECO 404 Quantitative Methods in Economic Analysis – I 4 ECO 454 Quantitative Methods in Economic Analysis – II
5 ECO 405 Electives : 1) Agricultural Economics 5 ECO 455 Electives : 1) Rural Development
2)Industrial Economics 2)Man Power Economics
3)Regional Economics 3)Urban Economics
4)Welfare Economics 4)Environmental Economics
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
1 ECO 501 Indian Economic Analysis (Choice Based Course) 1 ECO 551 Public Economics – II
2 ECO 502 Public Economics – I 2 ECO 552 International Economics – II
3 ECO 503 International Economics – I 3 ECO 553 Econometrics – II
4 ECO 504 Econometrics – I 4 ECO 554 Research Methodology
5 ECO 505 Electives : 1) Economics of Insurance – I 5 ECO 555 Electives : 1) Economics of Insurance – II
2)Monetary Economics 2)Computer Applications in Economics
3)Health Economics 3) Managerial Economics
4)Demography 4)Economics of Infrastructure

 


 

Subjects of M.A. Hindi :

The details of the papers for four semesters:
M.A. HINDI
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
1 1.1 History of Hindi Literature 1 2.1 Medieval Hindi Poetry
2 1.2 Modern Hindi Prose 2 2.2 Modern Prose
3 1.3 Modern Hindi Poetry 3 2.3 History of Modern Literature
4 1.4 Hindi Grammar 4 2.4 General Linguistics
5 1.5 Prayojanamulak Hindi 5 2.5 Hindi Natak Sahitya
III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
Compulsory Paper Compulsory Paper
1 3.1 Indian Poetics 1 4.1 Western Poetics
2 3.2 History of Hindi Language 2 4.2 Ekanki Sahitya
3 3.3 Hindi Criticism 3 4.3 Gadya Vidhayen
Specialisation Paper 4 4.4 Anuvad Siddhant
4 3.4 Medieval Poetry OR Special Poet Kabir / Surdas 5 5.5 Prayogik Hindi
5 3.5 Pathrakaritha