DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Semester-I

BENG – 101(C) : English Compulsory – I

BENG – 101(E) : Introducing English Literature – I

Semester – II

BENG – 202 (C) : English Compulsory – II

BENG – 202 (E) : Introducing English Literature – II

Semester – III

BENG – 303 (E) : Reading Poetry and Drama

Semester – IV

BENG – 404 (E) : Reading Prose and Fiction

BENG – 404 (SBC) : Skill Based Course in English

Semester- V

BENG – 505 (M) : History of English Literature

BENG – 506 (M) : English Poetry from the Elizabethan to the Augustan Age

BENG – 507 (M) : Reading Drama

BENG – 508 (M) : Reading Fiction & Non-Fiction

Semester – VI

BENG – 609 (M) : Poetry from the Romantic to the Modem Age

BENG – 610 (M) : Literary Criticism

Out of the following two pairs of Optional Papers one from each block should be opted for study.

(Block – I)

BENG – 611(M) A : Indian Writing in English

BENG – 611(M) B : Literature from Indian Languages in Translation

(Block – II)

BENG – 612 (M) A : American Literature

BENG – 612 (M) B : Linguistics

Extra Courses offered for B.A. (English)

Certificate Course

Personality Development and Dramatics (Public Speaking, Interview Skills, Personal
Grooming, Theatrical Performance and Stage Craft)

Clubs Monitored – LITERARY CLUB AND ARTS CLUB

Responsibility of Editing the College Magazine – BOSCO BEAMS

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

Semester-I

BECO – 101 : Economic Theory

Semester – II

BECO – 202 : Money, Banking and International Trade

Semester – III

BECO – 303 : Public Finance and Statistics

Semester – IV

BECO – 404 : Indian Economy and Economy of Arunachal Pradesh

Semester- V

BECO – 505 : Micro Economic Theory

BECO – 506 : Macro Economic Theory

BECO – 507 : International Economics

BECO – 508 : Basic Mathematics and Statistics

Semester – VI

BECO – 609 : Monetary Economics and Financial Institutions

BECO – 610 : Development Economics

BECO – 611 : History of Economic Thought

BECO – 612 : Issues of Indian Economy

Extra Courses offered for B.A. (Economics)

1 Certificate Course

BASIC ECONOMETRICS in Economics (To begin)

2 BOSCO BANK (Monthly saving Initiative)(To begin)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Semester – I

BHIS – 101 : History of Ancient India (upto 1200 CE)

Semester – II

BHIS – 202 : History of Medieval India (1200-1707)

Semester – III

BHIS – 303 : History of Modern India (1707-1947)

Semester – IV

BHIS – 404 : World History (1453-1945)

BSBC – 404(C) : Historical Tourism

Major Subject Papers

Semester – V

BHIS- 505 : History of Indian National Movements (1857-1947)

BHIS – 506 : History of North East India (1824-1947)

BHIS – 507 : History of Europe (1453-1789)

Optional (Out of the following one paper will be offered)

BHIS – 521 : Social and Economic History of India (1757-1947)

Or

BHIS – 522 : Gender in History

Semester – VI

BHIS – 609 : History of Arunachal Pradesh

BHIS – 610 : History of Modern Europe (1 789-1945)

BHIS – 611 : Historiography

Optional (Out of the following one paper will be offered)

BHIS – 621 : History of U.S.A. (1776-1945)

Or

BHIS – 622 : History of China, Japan and South East Asia (upto 1500)

Extra Courses offered for B.A. (History)

1 Certificate Course on Tourism

2 Cultural Museum (to be initiated)

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

Semester – I

Paper BPOL.101 : Political Theory- I

Semester – II

Paper BPOL. 202 : Indian Political System

Semester – III

Paper BPOL. 303 : International Relations

Semester – IV

Paper BPOL. 404 : Comparative Political System

Major Papers

Semester – V

Paper BPOL. 505 : Political Thought- I

Paper BPOL. 506 : Dynamics of Indian Political System

Paper BPOL. 507 : Foreign policy of India

Paper BPOL. 508 : Public Administration

Semester – VI

Paper BPOL. 609 : Political Thought – II

Paper BPOL. 610 : Contemporary International Relations.

Paper BPOL. 611 : Political Theory-II

Paper BPOL. 612 : Government and Politics in Arunachal Pradesh

Extra Courses offered for B.A. (Pol. Sci.)

1 Certificate Course

RTI (Right to Information)

2 Bosconian Parliament (to be introduced)

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

Semester – I

Paper BSOC. 101 : Introduction to Sociology

Semester – II

Paper BSOC. 202 : Classical Sociological Thinkers

Semester – III

Paper BSOC. 303 : Society in India

Semester – IV

Paper BSOC. 404 : Social Research Methods

Major Papers

Semester – V

Paper BSOC. 505 : Rural Sociology

Paper BSOC. 506 : Urban Sociology

Paper BSOC. 507 : Social Change

Paper BSOC. 508 : Tribal Society in India

Semester – VI

Paper BSOC. 609 : Sociology of North-East India

Paper BSOC. 610 : Sociology of Development

Paper BSOC. 611 : Contemporary Sociological Theory

Paper BSOC. 612 : Sociology of Health

Extra Courses offered for B.A. (Sociology)

1Certificate Course: Study of Arunachal Pradesh (Culture, dress, food habits, dances, language, games and sports, Marriage system, Taboos, Totems etc) – to be introduced.

2 Cultural Exchange Programme to be initiated