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Department of History is as old as the college itself .It is the core department of students at UG and PG programs.It has 120 students at T.Y.B.A level every year.The P.G.(M.A.) program has 2 batches/divisions.The  hard working faculty is the main reason behind the increasing number of students.The department motivates students to appear in the competitive examinations.

       The Results of the department are best both at UG and PG level .most of the students secure first class/’O’,’A’ grade in the university examinations.

     The department organised study tours every year.through Ithihas Mandal ,it organised lectures of eminent personalities & competitions on various topics.

 

The department has also organised state level seminar,university level workshop on syllabus and many more student-centric activities also have been arranged.

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Faculty

 

Professor Name Designation Profile
 

 

Mrs. G. R. Vishe.

M.A., M. Phil.

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Mr. G. M. Ghute. 

 

M.A., B.Ed., SET

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study Material

Program: B. A.                       Course: History & Archaeology

History of Modern India (1857-1947)

Semester – I

Objectives:-

The course is designed to make the student aware about the making of modern India and the struggle for independence.

Program: B. A.

Course: History and Archaeology

Landmarks in World History, 1300 A.D.-1945 A.D.

SEMESTER–III

Objectives: To enable the students to comprehend the transition of Europe from medieval to modern times and its impact on the world. To provide accurate knowledge of the most significant events and personalities of the period under study and encourage understanding of the making of the modern world.

Ancient India from Earliest Times to 1000 A.D.

SEMESTER-III

Objectives: To acquaint the students with different sources of Ancient Indian History. To enable the students to understand the political, socio-economic and cultural developments in the period under study and appreciate the rich cultural heritage in India.

T.Y.B.A.

Core Course IV- History of Medieval India (1000 CE-1526CE)

Objectives:

  1. To acquaint the students with the history of early Medieval India that laid the foundation of the Sultanate in India.
  2. To study the contribution of Vijayanagar and Bahamani kingdoms to Medieval Indian History.
  3. To examine the administrative, socio-economic and cultural aspects of Medieval India.

 

SEMESTER -V

Core Course V- History of Modern Maharashtra (1818 CE-1960 CE)

Objectives:

  1. To acquaint students with regional history.
  2. To understand political and socio-economic developments during the 19th

and  20th centuries.

  1. To create understanding of the movement that led to the formation of

Maharashtra.

 

SEMESTER -V

Core Course VI A – Introduction to Archaeology

Objectives:

  1. To understand the basic facets of Archaeology.
  2. To evaluate the importance of Epigraphy.
  3. To study the importance of Numismatics as an important source of history

 

SEMESTER -V

Core Course VII- History of the Marathas (1630 CE – 1707CE)

Objectives:

  1. To introduce the students to the regional history of Maharashtra.
  2. To familiarize students with the literary sources of the history of the Marathas.
  3. To help students to understand the forces leading to the establishment of Maratha power under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

 

SEMESTER -V

Core Course VIII: History of Contemporary World (1945 CE – 2000 CE)

Objectives:

  1. To trace some of the major events of post-World War II period.
  2. To understand the significance of these events.
  3. To comprehend the ways in which events of the latter half of the twentieth century have influenced the present.

 

SEMESTER -V

Elective Course IX A – Research Methodology and Sources of History

Objectives:

  1. To teach students basics of research methodology in history with a view to promote historical research.
  2. To understand the various kinds of sources of history and its interpretation.
  3. To acquaint students with the new trends and approaches in history writing

 

SEMESTER -VI

Core Course: IV- History of Medieval India (1526 CE-1707CE)

Objectives:

  1. To acquaint the students with the history of India since the emergence of the Mughal rule.
  2. To understand administration of the Mughal Empire.
  3. To study the rise of the Maratha Power.

 

SEMESTER -VI

Core Course V – History of Contemporary India (1947 CE- 2000 CE)

Objectives:

  1. To understand the process of making the Constitution and the Integration and Reorganization of Indian States.
  2. To acquaint the students with the political developments in India after Independence.
  3. To comprehend the socio-economic changes and progress in science and technology in India.

 

Elective Course VI A – Introduction to Museology and Archival Science

Objectives:

  1. To inform the students about the role of Museums in the preservation of Heritage.
  2. To understand the importance of Archival Science in the study of History.
  3. To encourage students to pursue careers in various Museums and Archives in India and abroad.

 

 

SEMESTER -VI

Core Course VII: History of the Marathas (1707 CE – 1818 CE)

Objectives:

  1. To enable the students to understand the processes that led to the expansion of the Maratha

Power.

  1. To appreciate the contribution of the Marathas in the national politics of the 18th century.
  2. To develop an understanding of the society and culture in Maharashtra in the 18th century.

 

SEMESTER -VI

 

Core Course VIII – History of Asia (1945 CE-2000 CE)

 

Objectives:

 

1.To acquaint the students with some of the major changes that occurred in Asia after World War II.

2.To understand the ways in which Asian nations resisted and defied the control of the West.

3.To comprehend some of the trends that emerged in Asia.

 

 

SEMESTER -VI

Elective Course IX A – Research Methodology and Sources of History

 

Objectives:

 

  1. To teach students basics of research methodology in history with a view to promote historical research.
  2. To understand the various kinds of sources of history and its interpretation.
  3. To acquaint students with the new trends and approaches in history writing.

 

Sem I and II                Program: M.A           Course: History & Archaeology

 

SEMESTER – I

Core Paper I: Research Methods in History

 

Objectives:

 To teach students the basic scientific methodology and tenets as implemented in history writing.

 

Core Paper II: Social, Economic and Administrative History of Early

India (up to 1000 CE)

 

Objectives:

To enable students to understand with the evolution of socio-cultural, religious and political processes in the early Indian past on the basis of which the plural Indian society was formed.

 

Core Paper III: Social, Economic and Administrative History of

Medieval India (1200 CE – 1700 CE)

 

Objectives:

To facilitate students with the evolution of socio-cultural, religious and political processes in Medieval Indian past and introducing them to important social, cultural ideas and institutions.

 

Core Paper IV: Social, Economic and Administrative History of

Modern India (1757 CE – 1947 CE)

 

Objectives:

To facilitate students with the evolution of socio-cultural, religious and political processes in Modern Indian History as well as impact of British rule in India.

 

SEMESTER – II

Core Paper V: Philosophy of History

 

Objectives:

To equip students with the trends of the comprehension of the past and to make them understand the relationship between Philosophy

 

 

Core Paper VI: History of Contemporary India (1947 – 2000 CE)

 

Objectives:

To equip students with main events and processes of Post-Independence Indian history.

 

Core Paper VII: Milestones in World History (1750 CE – 1960 CE)

Objectives:

To equip students with main events and processes of Modern World History

 

Core Paper VIII: History of Emancipatory Movements in Modern

World

Objectives:

To make students aware about social movements of the world and introducing her/him with main emancipatory movements of the modern world.

Sem III and Sem IV  Program: M.A.-II  Course: History and Archaeology

  1. History of Buddhism

Objectives:

To study the sources of Buddhism in order to understand life and teachings of Gautam Buddha. To examine the contribution of King Ashoka and other dynasties in the spread of Buddhism and to understand the impact of Buddhism on society.

  1. History of Science and Technology in Modern India

Objectives:

 To acquaint Students of developments in Science and Technology in the 19th and

20th centuries in India.

  1. Indian National Movement (1857 CE to 1947 CE)

Objectives:

To understand the factors leading to the rise of Nationalism. To understand the

constitutional development and the rise of new forces.

 

Elective Basket V:

  1. History of Contemporary World (1939 CE to 2000 CE)

Objectives:

To acquaint Students about the main developments in the Contemporary World

 

  1. History of Modern Maharashtra (1818 CE -1960 CE)

Objectives:

To acquaint students with the efforts of intellectuals against the British rule. To understand the efforts made towards the emancipation of women and lower caste. To understand the role of Maharashtra in the Revolt of 1857 and the Indian National Movement.

 

SEMESTER – IV

Ability Enhancement Course VI

  1. Sources in Historical Research

Objectives:

To understand the historiography and theory related to historical research, writing, and presentation. The course focuses on building basic skills for conducting historical research including locating, utilizing, and analysing sources. Guidelines for Citation and Historical Writing are discussed.

Interdisciplinary Course VII

  1. History of India: Concept and Theory

Objectives:

To understand the concepts and theories in Indian history. This will help students to understand the basic tenets of Indian History from the earliest times up to the present.

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