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Post Graduate Courses

Master of Arts Master of Science Master of Commerce

Master of Arts

MA in Punjabi

MA in Punjabi opens a casement to literary fineries in the various genres of Punjabi literature. Key openings are reserach/ teaching/ creative Writing/ Language Position, Journalism & media.

Course Sturcture

list_bullet (Opt. a) : Gurmati Kaavi
Opt. b) : Guru Nanak Baani Vishesh Adhiayan
list_bullet Punjabi Soofi Kaavi
list_bullet Sahit Sidhant ateye Bharti Kaavi Shastar
list_bullet Lokdhara Vighyan ateye Punjabi Lokdhara
list_bullet Pouratan Punjabi Vaartak
list_bullet Bhagti Sahit
list_bullet Punjabi Kisha Te Birtaant Kaavi
list_bullet Punjabi Alochana
list_bullet Punjabi Sabiyachaar
list_bullet Aadunik Punjabi Vaartak
list_bullet Aadunik Punjabi Kavita (1960 Tak)
list_bullet Punjabi Naval
list_bullet Punjabi Bhasha ateye Bhasha Vighyan-I
list_bullet Punjabi Natak Aateye Rangmanch-I
list_bullet Parvasi Punjabi Sahit -I
list_bullet Aadunik Punjabi Kavita (1960 Toh Baad)
list_bullet Punjabi Nikki Kahani
list_bullet Punjabi Bhasha Te Bhasha Vighyan -II
list_bullet Punjabi Natak Te Rangmanch-II
list_bullet Pakistani Punjabi Sahitya-II

MA in English

An MA in English helps to master nuances of literature, linguistics competence, cultural awareness and communication skills. The widerspread use of PCs and Internet has accelerated the spread of English. The major openings are in reserach / teaching / civil services / communication services / theatre / creative writing / journalism / media.

list_bullet Paper-I : Poetry (Renaissance Romantic Age)
list_bullet Paper-II : Drama (Elizabethan)
list_bullet Paper-III : English Novel (Upto 19th Century)
list_bullet Paper-IV : Phonetics and Spoken English
list_bullet Paper-V : Short Stories and Prose
list_bullet Paper-VI : Poetry (Victorian & Modern)
list_bullet Paper-VII : Modern Drama
list_bullet Paper-VIII : Modern Novel
list_bullet Paper-XI : English Grammar and Writing
list_bullet Paper-X : Irish Literature
list_bullet Paper-XI : Literary History
list_bullet Paper-XII : General Linguistics
list_bullet Paper-XIII : Literary Criticism
list_bullet Paper-XIV : Indian Writing in English
list_bullet Paper-XV(i) : Communication Studies
Paper-XV(ii) : Rhetoric and Advanced Composition
list_bullet Paper-XVI: Modern Literary Theory
list_bullet Paper-XVII : American Literature
list_bullet Paper-XVIII : Post Colonial Literature
list_bullet Paper-XIX : World Classics in Translation
list_bullet Paper-XX(i) : Indian Writing in Translation
Paper-XX(ii) : Greek Literature

MA in Hindi

MA in Hindi opens a casement to literary fineries in the various genres of Hindi literature. Key openings are reserach/ teaching/ creative Writing/ Language Postion, Journalism & media.

list_bullet Adhunik Hindi Kavya : Divyediyugeen evam Shayavaad
list_bullet Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas (Part-I)
list_bullet Bhartiya Kavyashaster evam Sahityalochan
list_bullet Paryojanmoolak Hindi
list_bullet Opt (i) Hindi Nataks aur Rangmanch
list_bullet Adhunik Hindi Kavya : Shayavaadotsar Kaal
list_bullet Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas (Part-II)
list_bullet Pashchatya Kavyashastar
list_bullet Media - Lekhan
list_bullet (Opt.i) Natakkar Mohan Rakesh
list_bullet Prachin Evam Madhyakalin Hindi Kavya
list_bullet Adhunik Gadya Sahitya
list_bullet Bhasha Vigyan
list_bullet Patrakarita Prashikshan
list_bullet (Opt.i) Surdas
list_bullet Madhya Kalin Hindi Kavya
list_bullet Adhunik Gadya Sahitya
list_bullet Hindi Bhasha Devnagri Lipi
list_bullet Rajbhasha Prashikshan
list_bullet Uttar Kavyadhara ke Sandarbh Mein Guru Teg Bahadur ji ki Vani ka Vishesh Adyayan

MA in Economics

In View of emerging global economy under WTO regime, this course has assumed great significance. Masters in Economics offers a successful career in Business / banking / teaching / insurance / research / planning / civil / financial and statistical services like PCS, IAS, IES, ISS. With more and more application skillls and IT techniques brought in, the course has become a must for planners and strategic thinkers .

list_bullet MAE–101 : Microeconomics–I
list_bullet MAE–102 : Macroeconomics–I
list_bullet MAE–103 : Quantitative Methods for Economists–I
list_bullet MAEO–4 : Money, Banking and Finance
list_bullet MAEO-11 : Computer Applications for Economists (Th.:80+Pr.:20)
list_bullet MAE–201 : Microeconomics–II
list_bullet MAE–202 : Macroeconomics–II
list_bullet MAE–203 : Quantitative Techniques for Economists–II
list_bullet MAEO–2 : Economics of Labour
list_bullet MAEO–8 : Econometrics
list_bullet MAE-301 : Economics of Development
list_bullet MAE-302 : International Economics-I
list_bullet MAE-303 : Indian Economy
list_bullet MAEO–1 : Public Finance
list_bullet MAEO-3 : Theory of Statistics
list_bullet MAE-401 : Economics of Planning
list_bullet MAE-402 : International Economics-II
list_bullet MAE-403 : Punjab Economy
list_bullet MAEO-10: Economics of Public Enterprises
list_bullet MAEO-12: Operations Research

MA in History

Known as the matrix of all socio-politico sciences, the subject of History has it's key opening in teaching, research, journalism, civil services etc.

list_bullet Political Processes and Structures in India upto 1200 A.D.
list_bullet (Opt.a) : society and Culture in India upto A.D. 1200
(Opt.b) : Polity and Economy of India (A.D. 1200-1526)
list_bullet Polity and Economy of India (A.D. 1526-1750)
list_bullet Political Ideas and Institutions in India (A.D. 1757-1947)
list_bullet History of the Punjab (A.D. 1450-1708)
list_bullet Urban and Agrarian Economy in India upto A.D. 1200
list_bullet (Opt.a) : society and Culture in India (A.D. 1200-1750)
(Opt.b) : Art, Architecture and Literature (A.D. 1200-1750)
list_bullet (Opt.a) : Eighteenth Century Punjab
(Opt.b) : Polity, Economy and society in the Punjab (A.D. 1799-1849)
list_bullet Modern World : Major Trends (A.D. 1500-1900)
list_bullet Economic History of Modern India (A.D. 1757-1857)
list_bullet (Opt.a) : Socio-Cultural History of India (A.D. 1757-1857)
(Opt.b) : Socio-Cultural History of India (A.D. 1858-1947)
list_bullet Emergence of Indian Nationalism (A.D. 1857-1919)
list_bullet Punjab Under Colonial rule (A.D. 1849-1947)
list_bullet Twentieth Century World (A.D. 1901-2000)
list_bullet Historical Thought and Historiography
list_bullet Economic History of Modern India (A.D 1857-1947)
list_bullet The National Movement (A.D. 1920-1947)
list_bullet (Opt.a) : Contemporary India (A.D. 1947-2004)
(Opt.b) : Contemporary Punjab
list_bullet Indian Historiography
list_bullet (Opt.a) : History of Ideas
(Opt.b) : Science and Technology: Colonial India
(Opt.c) : Women in Modern India (A.D. 1858-1947)

M.A. in Journalism and Mass communication

M.A. in Journalism and Mass communication opens a casement to literary fineries in the various genres of openings are reserach/ teaching/ creative Writing/ Language Position, Journalism & media.

Course Sturcture

list_bullet Introduction to Communication
list_bullet History of Print Media in India
list_bullet Reporting & Editing
list_bullet Media Law & Ethics
list_bullet Advertising
list_bullet Development Communication
list_bullet Media Management
list_bullet Current Affairs
list_bullet Communication Research-I
list_bullet Radio & TV Programming
list_bullet Mass Communication Research-II
list_bullet New Media Technology
list_bullet Public Relation & Corporate Communication
list_bullet Science Journalism
list_bullet Photography
list_bullet International Communication
list_bullet Human Rights
list_bullet Film Studies
list_bullet Intercultural Communication
list_bullet Dissertation

Master of Science

M.Sc. in Mathematics

Known as the mother of all sciences, a degree in Mathematics is the most sought after qualification. It is global qualification for high-fly career in Computers/ IT/ Research/ Teaching/ Applied Sciences/ Life Sciences/ Defence etc.

Entry Requirements
list_bullet BA/ BSc with honours in Mathematics
list_bullet BA (Pass), BSc(Pass) With 50% marks in aggregate and having Mathematics as one of the subjects
list_bullet BA (Pass), BSc(Pass) in full subjects obtaining 45% marks in Mathematics
list_bullet Bsc (Hons. School in Physics), Bsc (Engg), with 50% marks in aggregate and having Mathematics as one of the Subsidary Subject
list_bullet Real Analysis
list_bullet Complex Analysis
list_bullet Algebra-I
list_bullet Mechanics-I
list_bullet Differential Equations
list_bullet Real Analysis-II
list_bullet Tensors and Differential Geometry
list_bullet Algebra-II
list_bullet Mechanics-II
list_bullet Differential & Integral Equations
list_bullet Functional Analysis-I
list_bullet Topology-II
list_bullet Functional Analysis-II
list_bullet Topology-I

M.Sc. in Physics

MSc in Physics offers a resourceful career in teaching / research / electronic media / engineering and industry

Entry Requirements
list_bullet BA/ BSc with Honours in Physics
list_bullet BA (Pass), BSc(Pass) with 50% marks in aggregate and having physics as one of the subjects
list_bullet BA (Pass), BSc(Pass) in full Subjects obtaining 45% Marks in Physics BSc (Hons. School in Physics), BSc (Engg),with 50% marks in aggregate and having Physics as one of the subsidiary subjects
NOTE: Admission to MSc (Physics) will be based on the following criterion
list_bullet Entrance Test: The candidates who qualify the entry requirements will have to appear in an entrance test to be held in the month of june. The entrance test will be held in the month of june, for details, contact the Department of Physics.
list_bullet Academic score in the qualifying examination (BScl,ll,lll) will be given due weight age

Your admission will be remained provisional subject to the production of the following documents in the office within one month from date of the admission for onward transmission to the office Registrar, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar for confirmation of your admission and issue of Registered Number Cards, failing which your Provisional admission to the above said class shall stand automatically cancelled. The college will not be held responsible on this account in any case.

list_bullet Eligibilty Certificate to be Obtained from the office of Guru Nanak Dev University
list_bullet Original Detailed Marks Card of passing +2 examination CBSE/ICSE/ any other Board.
list_bullet Original Migration Certificate of CBSE/ICSE / Any other Board / University
list_bullet School/College Leaving Certificate from the Principal Institution from where you passed +2 examination
list_bullet Electronics
list_bullet Mathematical Physics
list_bullet Classical Mechanics
list_bullet Computational Techniques
list_bullet Electronics Lab
list_bullet Computer Lab
list_bullet Quantum Mechanics -I
list_bullet Electrodynamics -I
list_bullet Condensed Matter Physics -I
list_bullet Atomic & Molecular Spectroscopy
list_bullet Condensed Matter Lab -I
list_bullet Spectroscopy Lab
list_bullet Quantum Mechanics -II
list_bullet Electrodynamics -II
list_bullet Condensed Matter Physics -II
list_bullet Nuclear Physics
list_bullet Praticle Physics
list_bullet Statistical Physics
list_bullet Physics of Materials
list_bullet Reactor Physics
list_bullet Assignment and Seminar

M.Sc. in Computer Science

Considered at par with MCA, this Challenging and inter-disciplinary programme is geared to develop Strategic knowledge of software for differnet IT solutions. The Course has an immense global clientele & acceptance.

Entry Requirements
list_bullet Graduate with Computer Science / Computer Application / IT/ Computer Maintenance as one of the elective subjects with at least 50% marks in aggregate OR PG Diploma in Computer Application / PG Diploma In Information Technology / PG Diploma in E-Commerce & internet Application with 50% marks in aggregate or Equivalent exam. OR BCA/ BSc (IT)/ BIT/ BCom(Prof)/BCAM of GNDU or a degree Equivalent to with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
list_bullet Advanced Data Structures
list_bullet Advanced Computer Architecture
list_bullet Network Design and Performance Analysis
list_bullet Discrete Structures
list_bullet Soft Computing
list_bullet Programming Lab -I (Based on Advanced Data Structures)
list_bullet Theory of Computation
list_bullet Image Processing
list_bullet Design & Analysis of Algorithms
list_bullet Formal Specification & Verification
list_bullet Distributed Database System
list_bullet Programing Lab- ll (Design & Analysis of Algorithms and Distributed Database System )
list_bullet Advanced Software Engineering
list_bullet System Software
list_bullet Data Mining and Warehousing
list_bullet Concept of Core and Advance Java
list_bullet Network Programming
list_bullet Programing Lab- lll( Based on Advance Java and Network Programming)
list_bullet Advanced Web Technologies using ASP NET
list_bullet Microprocessor and its Apllication
list_bullet Object Oriented Modelling, Analysis and Design
list_bullet Programing Lab- IV( Based on Advanced Web Technologies using ASP NET )
list_bullet Project Work

Master of Commerce

Master of Commerce

(M Com) Master of Commerce is a power packed Program which opens opportunities in corporate world / in industries/ in public and private sectors. Hybrid skills and in computing coupled with commerce and management can tremendously jack up careers

Entry Requirements
list_bullet B Com / BBA / B-cam / B-eCam / BE / Commerce With 50% marks in Aggregate or equivalent exam.
list_bullet MC-101 : Managerial Economics
list_bullet MC-102 : Statistical Analysis for Business
list_bullet MC-103 : Management Principles and Organization Behaviour
list_bullet MC-104 : Business Environment
list_bullet MC-105 : Management Accounting and Control Systems
list_bullet MC-106 : Seminar
list_bullet MC-201 : Corporate Financial Accounting and Auditing
list_bullet MC-202 : Financial Management
list_bullet MC-203 : Research Methodology
list_bullet MC-204 : Marketing and Human Resource Management
list_bullet MC-205 : Computer Application in Business
list_bullet MC-206 : Viva voce
list_bullet MC-301 : Banking and Insurance Services
list_bullet MC-302 : Seminar
Any two of the following groups, each having two papers
list_bullet Group A : Accounting and Finance
MC-311 : Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
MC-312 : Contemporary Accounting
list_bullet Group B : Accounting and Finance
MC-321 : Strategic Management
MC-322 : Security Market Operations
list_bullet Group C : International Business
MC-331 : International Economics Organisation
MC-331 : Management of International Business Operations
list_bullet Group D : Accounting and Finance
MC-351 : Consumer Behaviour
MC-352 : Research for Marketing Decisions
list_bullet MC-401 : International Accounting
list_bullet MC-402 : e-Commerce
list_bullet MC-403 : Viva voce
Any two of the following groups, each having two papers
list_bullet Group A : Accounting and Finance
MC-411 : International Financial Management
MC-412 : Financial Markets and Financial Services
MC-413 : Corporate Tax Law and Planning
list_bullet Group B: Business Studies
MC-421 : Indirect Tax Laws
MC-422 : Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management
MC-423 : Business Ethics & Environment Management
list_bullet Group C : International Business
MC-431 : International Financial Markets and Foreign Exchange
MC-432 : International Financial Management
MC-433 : International Marketing
list_bullet Group D: Marketing Management
MC-451 : Advertising and Sales Management
MC-452 : Brand and Distribution Management
MC-453 : Services Marketing