Course offered


List of Programs(2020-21)

UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAMS


Courses and Fee Struture Confirmation Status

Sno

Course Name

Option A Subject

Option B Subject

Option C Subject

Option D Subject

Medium

Reg/         Self

Total Intake

1

B.A(CBCS)

Mathematics,

History

Telugu ML, English ML, Economics

Psychology (MOOCs), Political Science

Geography(MOOCs), Mass Communication & Journalism(MOOCs), Public Administration, Computer Applications, Sociology(MOOCs)

English

Restructured

180

2

B.A(CBCS)

History

Economics

Political Science

Computer Applications, Public Administration

Telugu

60

3

BBA(Bachelor of Business Administration)

NA

NA

NA

NA

English

60

4

B.Com.(Business Analytics)

NA

NA

NA

NA

English

60

5

B.Com.(Computer Applications)

NA

NA

NA

NA

English

240

6

B.Com.(Taxation)

NA

NA

NA

NA

English

60

7

B.Sc. Life Science(CBCS)

Botany, Micro Biology

Zoology

Psychology (MOOCs), Chemistry

Bio-Technology, Computer Science, Geology

English

420

8

B.Sc.(Mathematics-Statistics-Data Science)

NA

NA

NA

NA

English

60

9

B.Sc. Physical Science(CBCS)

Mathematics

Physics, Economics

Statistics, Industrial Chemistry, Chemistry

Computer Science, Geology

English

360


post-GRADUATE PROGRAMS

M.A. (Telugu)

M.A. (Economics)

M.Com.

M.Sc. (Chemistry)

M.Sc  (Zoology)

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes refer to broad objectives of a degree program, particularly as they pertain to the quality and productivity of the program. The faculty in each academic degree program at Nagarjuna Govt. College(A) , articulates what they want students in their program to have achieved--in terms of knowledge, skills, and values--when they complete the program referred to as Program Outcomes. By articulating these as things that students will know or be able to do, the benefits of a program of study can be clearly communicated to prospective students, to employers, and to others in the institution. The program’s content, student experiences, and teaching methodologies are then aligned in an optimal way to help students achieve these learning outcomes. The college employees a continuous improvement process to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of each academic program. Striving towards achieving the mission of the college the efforts are directed to equip the students with an

*  Ability to build a strong foundation of knowledge in different disciplines of their study

*  Ability to apply critical thinking, decision making, and reasoning skills in the process of quality education

*  Ability to integrate knowledge, skill and attitude that will sustain an environment of learning and creativity

*  Ability to develop an attitude for working effectively and efficiently in any competitive environment

*  Ability to articulate ideas, communicate effectively, in writing and verbally

*  Ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools in the field of ICT

*  Ability to appreciate the benefits of experiential learning by inculcating good work habits, time management and self discipline.

*  Ability to collaborate with others from different disciplines in the recognition that multidisciplinary approaches are necessary to address the major issues facing society

*  Ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering

*  Ability to recognize the need for, and have the preparation to engage in independent and life-long learning

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