Master of history (Choice Based Credit System)



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MASTER OF HISTORY

(Choice Based Credit System)

P.G. Department of History Khallikote Cluster University, Berhampur Course of Studies


P.G. HISTORY
M.A. First Semester Examination – 2015 onwards.

M.A. Second Semester Examination - 2016 onwards.

M.A. Third Semester Examination – 2016

M.A. Fourth Semester Examination – 2017


Introduction –

The choice Based credit system (CBSE) Syllabus structure as prepared for the post Graduate in History by the U.G.C. shall be implemented from the Current Academic Session – 2015-16. The details structure is as below:-




Course Subject

Papers

Marks

Core course

15

1500

Core Elective

Allied Elective



4

400 ( Special Papers)

(Inter discipline)

(Mandatory)



1

100

Total

20

2000


Semester wise distribution

Course Subject

Papers

Marks

Credits

1st Semester

Core Course – 5 Papers 5 x 100

500

5 x 4 = 20

2nd Semester

Core Course – 5 Papers 5 x 100

500

5 x 4 = 20

3rd Semester

Core Elective - 2 Papers 200

Core - 2 Papers 200

Allied Elective- 1 Paper 100


500

5 x 4 = 20

4th Semester

Core - 3 Papers 300

Core Elective – 2 Papers 200



500

5 x 4 = 20




Total

2000

80

Each 100 marks paper has 4 credits. Total 80 Marks Credits


In 1st and 3rd Semester there will be (20 Marks) – Internal Assessment Examination and

For 2 nd & 4th Semester (20 (Marks) – Home Assignment for each 100 Marks paper.

(Total 100 + 100 marks – Home Assignment)

The P.G. History Course shall comprise of four semesters. The Ist and IInd semesters are consisting of 5 crore course papers. The third semester is consisted of 2 crore papers, Allied Course (A.E.) 1 Paper and 2 Crore Elective (C.E.) Papers. The fourth semester is consisted of 3 core couse papers and 2 core Elective papers (C.E.) Each paper of 100 marks each. Out of which 80 marks are earmarked for term end examination and 20 marks are par marked for Internal Assessment in 1st and 3rd semesters and Home Assignment in 2nd and 4thj semesters. In each semester there shall be 20 credit marks (5 x 4) total 80 Credit marks. The students shall read total 20 papers of 2000 marks and 80 credits.

Alternative questions shall be set from each unit. The students shall have to answer, questions from all the units.

There will be 4 units in each paper. The duration of the examination of each paper shall be three hours.


Course Structure

SEMESTER – I

Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Category

CC – 101

Paper –1


History of Ancient Societies and Civilization (World)

100

4

A

CC – 102

Paper –2


Political History of Ancient India (From beginning upto 1206 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 103

Paper –3


Social, Cultural and Economic History of Ancient India (Upto 1206 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 104

Paper –4


Rise of Modern West

100

4

A

CC – 105

Paper - 5



International Relations Forum 1919 A.D. to 1939 A.D.

100

4

A




Total

500

20





SEMESTER – II

Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Category

CC – 201

Paper –6


Political History of Mediaval India (From 1206 A.D. to 1757 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 202

Paper –7


Social, Cultural and Economic History of Mediaval India (From 1206 A.D. to 1757 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 203

Paper –8


History of Freedom movement in India (1885 – 1947 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 204

Paper –9


History of Europe Since – 1789 A.D. to 1914 A.D.

100

4

A

CC – 205

Paper - 10



International Affairs (from 1939 A.D. to 2000 A.D.)

100

4

A




Total

500

20





SEMESTER – III

Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Category

CC – 301

Paper –11



Political History of Modern India (From 1757 A.D. to 1885 A.D.)

100

4

A

CC – 302

Paper –12



Social, Cultural and Economic History of Mediaval India (From 1757 A.D. to 1947 A.D.)

100

4

A

AE – I

Research Methodology

100

4

A

CE – 1

SPL. Paper-I



Political History of Odisha. From the beginning to 1568 A.D. & Special Paper-I

100

4

A

CE – 2

SPL. Paper-II



Political History of Odisha. (From 1568 A.D. to 1947 A.D.) & Special Paper-II

100

4

A




Total

500

20




SEMESTER – IV

Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Category

CC – 401

Paper –13



History Application in Tourism

100

4

A

CC – 402

Paper –14



Historiography

100

4

A

CC – 403

Paper –15



History of Science & Technology in India

100

4

A

CE – 3

SPL. Paper-3



Social, Cultural and Economic History of Odisha upto 1568 A.D.

100

4

A

CE – 4

SPL. Paper-4



Project Works & Viva voce (Marks 50 + 50)

100

4

A




Total

500

20



i – CC = Core course (Mandatory with no choice)

ii – AE = Allied Course – Research Methodology = I Paper

iii – CE = Core Elective = Special Paper

CE-I, CE-2, CE-3 = Theory Papers and

CE-4= Project Works & Viva voce = 4 Papers




P. G. Deptt. Of History

First SEMESTER

Core Course – 101

Paper – I

History of Ancients Societies and Civilization (World)

Full Mark: 100 ( 80 + 20) Time : 3 hours

Unit-I 20 Marks

  1. Ancient Egypt - Geography, people, Political History, Society, Economy, Religion Cultural Development Contribution to Human Civilization.

  2. Mesopotamia – Sumerian Civilization – Govt., Society, Economy Religion, Contribution of the Sumerians.

  3. Babylonian Civilization-Govt. Hamurabi’s administration, Society Economy, Religion etc.

Unit-II 20 Marks

  1. Assyrian Civilization –

Government, Military Organization,

Expansion of the Empire, contribution



  1. Harappan Civilization-Origin, Extent, Time and authors of the culture, Urban Civilization, Town Planning, Society, Religion, Economic life, decline.

  2. China-Geography, People, Society and Culture, Major Ruling Dynasties, Contributions.

Unit-III 20 Marks

  1. Greece – Geography, Races, Early settlement, Athens, Sparta and other city states. Evolution of Democracy, Per clean Age, Peloponnesian War, Contributions.

  2. Rome – Foundation of Rome, Roman Republic, class struggle, Expansion of the Republic. The punic Wars, Decline of the Republic, Julies Caesar, Contributions.

  3. Persia – Geography and people, Great Rulers, Culture Zoroastrianism, Mithraism, Legacy of Persian Civilization.

Unit-IV 20 Marks

  1. Hebrews-Origin, Political History. The Hebrew Migration, Founding of Monarchy, Religious evolution, culture, Hebrew influence.

  2. Early Civilization of the American – The Mayan and Aztec Civilization of Mexico

  3. The Incas of South America.

Internal Assessment 20 Marks

Books for Reference


  1. J.E.Swain - A History of World Civilization

  2. Davies - Outline History of the World.

  3. Breastead - A History of the Ancient Egyptians

  4. H.G.Wells - A short History of the World.

  5. Dr. R. N. Chaudhury - Ancient and Medieval World

  6. E.M.Burns - Western Civilization

  7. S. N. Pal - Survey of World History

  8. Sinnigen and Boak - A History of Rome

  9. R. K. Majumdar &

  1. N. Srivastav - History of World Civilizations

  1. N.S. Mittal - Ancient Civilization

  2. H.S. Baghela - Ancient Civilization

First SEMESTER

Core Course – 102

Paper – II

Practical History of Ancient Indian From 6th Century B.C. to 1206 A.D.

Full Mark: 100 ( 80 + 20) Time : 3 hours

Unit-I 20 Marks

  1. Political condition of North India during 6th Century B.C.

  2. Life and teachings of Vandhaman Mahavira.

  3. Life and Teachings of Gautam the Buddha.

Unit-II 20 Marks

  1. Alexander’s invasion of India and its effects.

  2. Maurya dynasty:

  1. Chandragupta Maurya – Achievements.

  2. Ashoka – His Kalinga war of 261 B.C., Religious policy.

  1. Downfall of the Maury Empire, Maury administration, Cultural development during the Mauryas.

Unit-III 20 Marks

  1. Kushana Kingdom : Kaniska, Military and Cultural Achievements.

  2. Gupta Empire:

Achievements of Chandragupta-I

Chandragupta-II & Samudragupta.



  1. Cultural activities during the Imperial Guptas : Society, Religion, Literature, Education, Science, Art & Architecture, Painting, Terracotta etc.

Unit-IV 20 Marks

  1. Downfall of the Gupta Empire,

Gupta administration

  1. Sangam Age :-

Contribution of South India to Art & Literature.

  1. Harasavardhan : His achievements:

Military & Cultural, Administration.

  1. Arab Invasion of Sindh. Invasion of Muhammod Ghori of Ghor.

Internal Assessment 20 Marks

Books Recommended:

  1. An Advanced History of India – Raychoudhury Majumadar and Dutta

  2. Early History of Idnia – N. N. Ghosh

  3. Ancient India – Arun Bhattacharya

  4. Ancient India – P. Maiti

  5. Political History of Ancient India – H. C. Raychoudhury

  6. Ancient India – K. L. Khurana

  7. A short history of Muslim rule in India-Iswari Prasad.

  8. Mediaval India – P. Maity

  9. Mediaval India – V.D. Mahajan

  10. Ancient India – V.D. Mahajan

First SEMESTER

Core Course – 103

Paper – III

Social, Cultural and Economic History of Ancient India

(From Pre-Historic Times to 1206 A.D.)

Full Mark: 100 ( 80 + 20) Time : 3 hours

Unit-I 20 Marks

  1. Source of Ancient Indian History.

Literary, Archaeological, Foreign Accounts, Folk Tales etc.

  1. Physical Features (Geographical Divisions) and Unity in Diversity.

  2. Vedic period The Vedas, Political organization, Vedic Culture of Early and later period.

Unit-II 20 Marks

  1. Social Life in Ancient India-Varma, Ashramas, Samskaras Family, Marriage, Divorce, Caste system etc.

Hindu social systems, Sati, Jauhar, Purda System.

Untochability and slavery etc.



  1. Position of Women in Ancient Indian Society

  2. The Religious life-Ancient periods.

Unit-III 20 Marks

  1. Historic Age:

Economic Life in Ancient India during the historic period – Agriculture, Land Ownership Revenue, Taxation Land grants, Landed Aristocracy.

  1. Trade and commerce Internal and External, Ports, Trade Routes, Trade Centres, Maritime Activities.

  2. Coinage system during Ancient period

Unit-IV 20 Marks

  1. Salient features and development of Hindu Art, Architecture, sculpture, paining, music, dance, drama etc.

  2. Development of Literature, language, education and science during the ancient period.

  3. Cultural development during the Mauryas, Arthasastra.

Internal Assessment 20 Marks

Books Recommended:

  1. R.C. Majumdar (Ed.) - History and culture of the Indian people.

(Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan Series Vols I, II, III)

  1. N. Sengutpa - Evaluation of Hindu Marriage.

  2. S.C. Ray Chaudhury - Social cultural and Economic History of India

  3. B. N. Lunia - Evolution of Indian Culture

  4. D. D. Kosambi - The culture and civilization of Ancient India, an Historical outline.

  5. Percy Brown - Indian Architecture

  6. A. L. Basham - Aspects of Ancient Indian Culture

  7. R. S. Sharma - Indian Feudalism

  8. A History of South India - K.A.N. Sastri

  9. Indian Architecture (Islamic Period) – Percy Brown

  10. Indian Scultpute - S.K.Saraswati

  11. Socio-Economic History of Medieval India – K. N. Chitnis.

  12. L. Prasad – India culture

  13. B. Patra – New Horizon in History of Culture.

  14. Manmath Padhy – Fairs, Festivals and Folk Culture of Odisha

  15. Manmath Padhy – Tribal society and culture.

  16. S.S. Samal – Radharanjan Gada O Dhamasalara Pratna twika vaibhava (Odia)

FIRST SEMESTER

Core Course – 104

Paper – IV

RISE OF MODERN WEST

Full Mark: 100 ( 80 + 20) Time : 3 hours

Unit-I 20 Marks

  1. The English civil war and the Economic development in England.

  2. The scientific Revolutions of the 16th and 17th Century A.D.

  3. Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism.

  4. The proletariat Revolution of 1917 in Russia : Causes and effects.

Unit-II 20 Marks

  1. Renaissance – Meaning, Causes, Spread of Renaissance in Europe, Humanism, Art, Literature, New ideas etc.

  2. Geographical Discoveries and colonial expansion, causes, Course and early colonial voyages of Spain and Portugal, English colonial establishments, impact of the explorations.

  3. Reformation-Meaning of Reformation, causes, Martin Luther and protestant movement in Germany. Reformation in England under Henry VIII and Elizabeth Tudor, Reformation in France and Switzerland.

Unit-III 20 Marks

  1. Commercial Revolution – Commercial Capitalism and mercantilism, Period of Mercantilism, Factors responsible for the birth of Mercantilism.

  2. Rise of Enlightened Despots.

Louis XIV of France

Fredrick the Great of Prussia.



  1. Peter the Great and Catharine of Russia

Maria Theresa and Joseph II of Austria.

Unit-IV 20 Marks

  1. Agrarian Revolution in England-Meaning, Factors, Effects etc.

  2. Industrial Revolution in England-Causes, Major Inventions, Effects etc.

  3. American war of Independence: Causes, Events & Effects.

Internal Assessment 20 Marks

Books Recommended:

  1. C.J.H. Hayes - History of Modern Europe Vol. I & II

  2. H.A.L. Fisher - A History of Europe

  3. G. Barraclough - An introduction to contemporary History

  4. Meenakshi Phukan - Rise of the Modern West

  5. Andrews, Stuart - Sixteenth Century Europe

  6. E- Lipson - Europe in the 19th& 20th Centuries

  7. C.D. Hazen - Europe upto 1945

  8. C.D.M. Ketelbey - A History of modern Times

  9. L.C.B. Seaman - From Vienna to Versailles

  10. The New Cambridge Modern History of Europe



FIRST SEMESTER

Core Course – 105


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