After completion of the Courses offered by the Institution, students will be able to achieve the below mentioned objectives:


a. Develop and adapt active reading skills.

b. Improved vocabulary.

c. Increased awareness about aspects of Bengali culture and literature.

d. Relate texts to the social, historical and cultural contexts in which the texts are written.


a. Enhanced linguistic capabilities.

b. Understanding of the political, cultural, social, economic and intellectual backgrounds of the various periods in literary history.

c. A deeper insight into the world of literature.

d. Ability to critically appreciate major literary works of the world. 


a. Develop an increased ability to read and understand the language.

b. Increased knowledge and understanding of Sanskrit grammar and familiarity with the history of Sanskrit literature.

c. Enhanced ability to critically analyse and assess existing research through careful reading and discussion.

d. Insight into one or more fields of specialization within the broader topics of ancient Indian religion, literature and history.


a. Understanding of the meaning, aims, objectives and functions of education.

b. Develop knowledge of the structure and functions of the society and the process of social interaction for a change towards better human relationships.

c. Understand the concept of individual differences and formation of an integrated personality.

d. Develop an understanding of the process of learning.


a. Understand the political, economic, social, cultural, intellectual and religious changes in the past and their relation to the historical context of the period under study.

b. Understand historical problems and debates.

c. Understand large - scale and long - term historical developments of regional, natioal and global scope.

d. Develop skills including the ablity of critical and logical thinking.


a. Ability to apply philosophical learning to important public issues.

b. Articulate fundamental questions about what exists.

c. Ability to explain epistemological and metaphysical concepts.

d. Develop their own philosophical areas of interest and investigate them from various perspectives.


a. Discuss the most important political theorists in the Western tradition and the ideas associated with them.

b. Describe the history, structure and operation of the international system.

c. Explain the structural context within which politics take place, including the role of economy, society, and culture and  conflicts over and within those domains.

d. Explain the role of political ideas, value, conflicts and ideology in human societies.