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Foundation Course in English-01 FEG-01/BEGF-101 8.12.2017
Foundation Course in English-02 FEG-02 11.12.2017
Foundation Course in Hindi-02 FHD-02 8.12.2017
Foundation Course in Science and Technology FST-01 7.12.2017
Foundation Course in Hindi BHDF-101 11.12.2017
Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences FHS-01 / BSHF-101 18.12.2017
Elective Course EEG-01/BEGE-101 14.12.2017
The Structure of Modern English EEG-02/BEGE-102 16.12.2017
Communication Skills in English BEGE-103 1.12.2017
English for Business Communication BEGE-104 2.12.17
Elective Course In English BEGE-105 13.12.2017
Understanding Prose EEG-05 -----
Understanding Poetry EEG-06/ BEGE-106 12.12.2017
Understanding Drama EEG-07 BEGE-107 2.12.17
Reading the Novel EEG-08/ BEGE-108 1.12.2017
हिंदी गद्दे (Hindi Gadya) BHDE-101/EHD-01  14.12.2017
Hindi Kavya  EHD-02  16.12.2017
Hindi Sahitya ka Itihas evam Sahitya Parichay EHD-03 1.12.2017
Madhyakaleen Bharatiya Sahitya: Samaj aur Sanskriti EHD-04 2.12.17
Adhunik Bharatiya Sahitya: Navjagaran aur Rashtriya Chetna EHD-05 14.12.2017
Hindi Bhasha: Itihas aur Vartman BHDE-106/EHD-06 13.12.2017
Hindi Samrachna BHDE-107/EHD-07 12.12.2017
Prayojanmulak Hindi BHDE-108/EHD-08 16.12.2017
>> B.A Certificate in Teaching of English as a Second Language CTE(BDP)<<
Teaching Strategies CTE-03 19.12.2017
Teaching English (Elementary School) CTE-04 5.12.2017
Teaching English (Secondary School) CTE-05 6.12.17
>> B.A Politcal Science (English and Hindi)<<
Modern Indian Political Thought EPS-03 1.12.2017
Government and Politics in East EPS-06 2.12.17
International Relations EPS-07  13.12.2017
Government and Politics in Australia EPS-08 1.12.2017
Comparative Government and Politics EPS-09 2.12.17
Political Ideas and Ideologies EPS-11 14.12.2017
South Asia: Economy, Society EPS-15 12.12.2017
Government & Politics in India EPS-12 / BPSE-212 16.12.2017
>> B.A Elective course in Sociology (English and Hindi)<<
The Study of Society ESO-11 14.12.2017
Society in India ESO-12 16.12.2017
Sociological Thought ESO-13 1.12.2017
Society and Stratification ESO-14 13.12.2017
Society and Religion ESO-15 12.12.2017
Social Problems in India ESO-16 2.12.17
>> B.A Psychology (BPC)<<
Developmental Psychology BPC-002 6.12.17
>> B.A Public Administration (English and Hindi)<<
Administrative Theory EPA-001 14.12.2017
Development Administration EPA-003 1.12.2017
Personnel Administration EPA-004 13.12.2017
Financial Administration EPA-005 12.12.2017
Public Policy EPA-006 2.12.17
Indian Administration BPAE-102 16.12.2017
Personnel Administration BPAE-104 13.12.2017
>> B.A History (English and Hindi)<<
Modern India, 1857-1964 EHI-01 14.12.2017
India: Earliest Times to 8th Century A.D. EHI-02 16.12.2017
India From 8th to 15th Century A.D. EHI-03 1.12.2017
India From 16th to Mid 18th Century A.D. EHI-04 13.12.2017
India from Mid 18th to Mid 19th Century EHI-05 12.12.2017
History of China and Japan 1840-1949 EHI-06 2.12.17
Modern Europe: Mid 18th to Mid 20th Century EHI-07 14.12.2017
>> B.A Economic (English and Hindi)<<
Industrial Development in In  EEC-07 2.12.17
National Income Accounting EEC-10 1.12.2017
Fundamentals of Economics EEC-11 14.12.2017
Indian Economic Development Issues and Perspectives BECE-002 16.12.2017
Elementary Statistical Methods and Survey Techniques EEC-13 1.12.2017
Agricultural Development in India EEC-14 13.12.2017
Elementary Mathematical Methods in Economic Development  BECE-015 12.12.2017
Economic Development: Comparative BECE-016 2.12.17
Agricultural development in India BECE-214 13.12.2017

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