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This Course has two parts. First part enables the students to comprehend the theory, concepts, characteristics and working principles of basic electronic devices and their activities in electronic circuits. The knowledge acquired by the students helps them to design, test, troubleshoot, and rectify faults in electronic circuits.

Particle Physics address the question, “What is matter made of?” on the most fundamental level, i.e. it can provide an idea about the smallest scale of size. It is a remarkable fact that matter at the sub atomic level consists of tiny chunk with vast empty space in between. Even more remarkable, these tiny chunks, commonly known as particles, come in a number of different types like electron, proton, neutron, pi mesons, neutrinos etc., which are then replicated in astronomical quantities to make all the stuff around us. 

Classical Mechanics affords the students an opportunity to master many of the mathematical techniques necessary for modern physics.  Again, classical mechanics today has come into wide use to denote that part of mechanics, where the objects in question are neither too big nor too small and a close agreement between theory and experiment is desirable.

Statistical Mechanics is a formalism which aims at explaining the physical properties of matter in bulk on the basis of the dynamical behaviour of its microscopic constituents.  The scope of the formalism is almost as unlimited as the very range of the natural phenomena. In fact, it has been applied with considerable success, to the study of matter in the solid state, the liquid state or the gaseous state, matter composed of several phases or several components, matter under extreme conditions of density and temperature.

  • Electrostatistics and magnetostatics are introduced so as to link from the undergraduate levels to advanced levels on electromagnetic theory. Electromagnetic Theory covers the basic principles of electromagnetism so as to enable students for understanding physical phenomena and principles in postgraduate and research levels. 
  • Maxwell’s Equations
  •  Microwave Propagation
  • Radiation and Diffraction
  • Covariant Formulation

The objective of the course is to introduce the fundamentals of Data Structures, Abstract concepts and how these concepts are useful in problem solving. After completion of this course student will be able to –

  • Analyze step by step and develop algorithms to solve real world problems.
  • Implementing various data structures viz. Stacks, Queues, Linked Lists,
  • Trees and Graphs.
  • Understanding various searching & sorting techniques

The content of this course include; Scientometrics, Bibliometrics and Altmetrics, Webometric. 

This course deals with networking models, types of networks, components of computer networks and network protocols.

This course deals with 

  • Scan conversion of the basic geometrical primitives. 
  • Mapping objects from world coordinate system to device coordinates system, clipping, and projections. 
  • Two and three dimensional geometric transformations. 
  • Technical aspect of Multimedia Systems.

The objective of the course is to train students for building a machine which can think and act like  a rational being.

This course deals with 

  • Fundamentals of Regular and Context Free Grammars and Languages.  
  • Design of Finite Automata, PDA and TM.

The aim of this course is:

  • to understand security threats and vulnerabilities.
  • to study mechanisms those provide various security services.
  • to study theories and principles of cryptography and necessary approaches and techniques to build protection mechanisms in order to secure computer networks.

This course aims to introduce basics of Python programming with Data Science and Machine Learning.

A life cycle model represents all the methods required to make a software product transit through its life cycle stages.

The 7 Stages of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Requirements & Analysis.
  • Project Planning.
  • Design.
  • Coding & Implementation.
  • Testing.
  • Deployment.
  • Maintenance.

The objective of this course is to study the fundamental concepts of database  management systems, like aspects of database design, database languages, and database-system implementation.

The objective of this course is to understand basic methods for solving Partial Differential Equations of first order and higher order.

The probability and statistical inference course has great application in engineering technology, biological sciences and many more problems in real life situations.  The knowledge on this course will provide the basis for further studies in advanced course like Stochastic process, Statistical Methods etc. which forms the basics of higher mathematics.

Differential Equations introduced by Leibnitz in 1676 models almost all physical, biological, Chemical, Socio-economic system in nature. The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with various methods of solving differential equations and to have a qualitative analysis of the behaviour of solutions along with existence and uniqueness problems. 

•  Deals with the study of complex Number

•  Analytic Function

• Taylor's Series

The objective of this course is to give basic materials to students so that they can easily understand the structure and topology of real number system, sequences and series of real numbers and functions, Riemann Integration.

After completing this course students can make a choice for further studies in Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, Measure Theory, Differential Geometry, Advanced Analysis, Harmonic Analysis etc.

Mangroves are peculiar group of salt tolerant plants having some special ecological adaptations such as viviparous germination, presence of pneumatophores and salt excretory glands which constitute an important biodiversity in the estuarine regions of the world. Mangrove forests help in carbon sequestration and are most productive and biologically important ecosystems of the world because they provide important and unique ecosystem services to human society and coastal and marine systems. They provide nesting and breeding habitat for fish and shellfish, migratory birds, crocodiles and sea turtles. These forests are very useful for reduction of greenhouse effects and reducing the intensity of cyclones and tsunami. These forests also provide food, fodder, timber, medicinal plants which are very useful for maintaining ecological balance in the coastal regions of the world.

Prevention and control techniques of gaseous pollutants (Combustion, Absorption, Adsorption & Condensation); Prevention and control methods of particulates matter (Settling Chambers, Cyclone Separators, Wet Collectors (Scrubbers), Bag Filters and Electrostatic Precipitators);

Meteorology is the science dealing with the atmosphere and its phenomena, including both weather and climate.

Environmental science is multi-disciplinary subject. It deals with environment, ecosystem  and its functioning. Environmental science deals with environmental system. Recently it deals with climate change.

This course emphasizes the basic knowledge on cleaner technology in agriculture including the development and utilization of biofertilizers and biopesticides for achieving agricultural sustainability.  

The  technique of photographing the Earth's surface or features of its atmosphere or hydrosphere with cameras mounted on aircraft, rockets, or Earth-orbiting satellites and other spacecraft is known as Aerial photography. Several applications of Aerial photography includes cartography (particularly in photogrammetric surveys, which are often the basis for topographic maps), land-use planning, archaeology, movie production, environmental studies, power line inspection, surveillance, commercial advertising, conveyancing, and artistic projects etc.

Remote sensing is the process of detecting and monitoring the physical characteristics of an object, area or phenomenon by measuring its reflected and emitted radiation without being in physical contact with it. The applications of remote sensing include land-use mapping, weather forecasting, environmental study, natural hazards study, and resource exploration etc. In this course students will learn the fundamentals and the applications of remote sensing in various fields.

The course focuses on ocean-atmospheric interactions, different climatic conditions, and causes, marine mineral resources, etc.

This course will enable the students to know about the various disasters and their management techniques.

This course plans to introduce the students about the major components of population analysis including morbidity an mortality and expose them about the global burden of diseases such as DALY, HALE and HALE. 

Geographical knowledge of the regions can contribute to a better understanding of the economic, political and cultural changes in the world. Thinking through the prism of regional geography is crucial to solve spatial problems in the world. In this connection studying Odisha's geography helps students to understand the physical diversity, demography, economic, social and cultural diversity of the state and other developmental studies. 

This course plans to introduce the students about major component  of population and health analysis, including Fertility, and reproductive health, and expose them about public health  transition.

  • To expose the foundations, approaches and theories of human geography
  • To understand the human diversity, differences and conflicts 

Valuing economic dimensions of human societies.

  • Critically evaluate the life forms and it spatial correlates. 
  • Understanding the values of biodiversity and its dynamics. 

Research is crucial to both teaching and learning. It feeds to the new idea, concept, field realities and interestingly enriches teaching methods. Doing research means we are much closer to the people and the multiple realities around. It strengthens and get strengthened both reading and writing.

Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS), which is considered as one of the most comprehensive and user-friendly software for statistical analysis, is extensively used today by the social scientists all over the globe. This course intends to provide the learners a basic understanding of the package and make them learn the techniques of storing and manipulating survey data as well as analyzing large scale data using select univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical techniques.

The growth of plants depends upon the nutrients present in soil. The soil structure and nutrients present in it affects the root growth as well as leaves and fruits. Hence, analysis of soil composition and plant is essential. The plant nutrients present in soil is basically nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P2O5), potassium (K2O), humus content, total CaCO3, available lime, organic matter, total sulfur (S), Sodium, micro nutrients. The characteristics of soil as well as growth of plants depend upon water absorption capacity, pH, density, etc. This content describes analysis of various prime nutrients. This unit also contains analysis of various fuels including coal. The NCV and GCV are also explained.

Free Radical Reactions : A radical is also known as a free radical. It is an atom, molecule, or ion that has at least one unpaired valence electron. Most organic radicals have short lifetimes and reactive. This course introduce students to the basic ideas about the types of free radicals in organic chemistry, generation, various free radical chemical reaction and factors affecting free radical reactions. 

Elimination Reactions:  A type of organic reaction in which two substituents are removed from a molecule. Students will able to know in-depth knowledge and advanced study of the various types of Elimination reactions and their characteristics.

The Highlights of this course is:

·         Basic concept about analytical Chemistry

·         Can help to  develop analytical skill

·         Sample preparation and handling

·         General Guidance for Sample Preparation

·         Types of analysis

·         Understanding and application of analytical techniques For sample analysis

Supramolecular Chemistry, a relatively new branch of chemistry, is the “chemistry beyond the molecule”, concerning the organized entities of higher complexity that are resulted from the association of two or more molecules/chemical species held together by intermolecular forces. While traditional chemistry mainly concentrates on the covalent bond(s), supramolecular chemistry examines the weaker and reversible non-covalent interactions between molecules. These forces include hydrogen bonding, metal coordination, hydrophobic forces, van-der-Waals forces, pi–pi interactions and electrostatic forces. The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the origin and development of Supramolecular Chemistry and its application and reactivity in many diverse fields such as catalysis, transportation, self-assembly and devices.

Solvent Extraction is one of the widely accepted technology is being practised on clean extraction/Separation of metals from complex mixed aqueous system.

Natural molecule synthetic design using Corey's methodology.

Microbe is a broad and some what general one which embraces the biological organisms that are characterized principally by their small size. 

The objective of this course to impact knowledge of the basic principle about the micro organisms which are commercially used to produce primary and secondary metabolites, bio films, vaccines, single cell protein, vaccine, drugs, vitamins, good products and so on. 

Plant tissue culture is defined as culturing plant seeds, organs, explants, tissues, cells, or protoplasts on a chemically defined synthetic nutrient media under sterile and controlled conditions of light, temperature, and humidity.

The course will enable students to

  • Identify edible and poisonous mushrooms
  • Gain the knowledge of cultivation of different types of edible mushrooms and spawn production.
  • Learn a means of self employment and income generation.

•Genetic disorder are due to alterations or abnormalities in the genome of an organism.
•Genetic disorders occur when a mutation affects your genes or when you have the wrong amount of genetic material.
•Genes are the basic unit of heredity. They hold the genetic information in the form of DNA which can be translated into useful Proteins to carryout life processes. These genes undergo a mutation, which changes the protein does not work properly.
•Genes are made of DNA , which contain instructions for cell functioning and the characteristics that make you unique
•It can be caused by a mutation in a single gene (monogenic) or multiple genes (polygenic) or by a chromosomal abnormality.
•The mutation responsible can occur spontaneously before embryonic development or it can be inherited from two parents who are carriers of a faulty gene (autosomal recessive ) or from a parent with the disorder (autosomal dominant).

Biostatistics plays and extremely significant role in addressing important medical and public health challenges. In the context of ever-growing problems in public health domains, it is important to address them in more quantified way so that health and well-being of people are maintained. This course is dedicated to deliver statistical concepts and methods that can be applied for the researches in public health domain.

This course deals with basic knowledge of plant Biochemistry and gives idea about different biomolecules  in plant. 

The course discusses about Recombinant DNA Technology which is a breakthrough invention in the field of biotechnology. It also covers the scope and impact of Recombinant DNA Technology on human life with several customized products. The Development of technology and generation of product has multiple steps and understanding these steps are being covered in this course with a discussion of biotechnology application at the end. By the end of this course, student will be able to understand following aspects of biotechnology: 

1. Basic metabolic pathways and their regulation. 

2. Microbial growth kinetics with an emphasis on fermentation

3. Basic molecular biology tools used in biotechnology. 

4. Basic methodology for product recovery and analysis.

The course on Film Appreciation will be dealing with the different genres of film and film movements in India and abroad. It will also elaborate on the different steps in the process of film production.

After completion of this lesson, you will be acquainted with basic concepts, characteristics of ICT and its applications, advantages and disadvantages, and components of ICT. You would will learn about evolution of computers from generation one to generation five based on their size, components and processing capacity. You were also introduced to the computer system and its functional units including input unit, output unit, CPU and memory units, motherboard, ports, etc. 

The course is targeted for students of library science course. Learner will be able to know about fundamentals of computer, Library house keeping operation using computer, automation of library using open source Integrated Library Management software, internet basics, and providing regular library services utilizing the Internet and web 2.0 tools to the users. Also the learners will be able to get knowledge on web tools and web based library services.

Consumer behaviour involves the purchasing, and other consumption related activities of people engaging in the exchange process. The study of consumer behaviour field draws its findings from a number of disciplines, viz. anthropology, sociology, social psychology, marketing research, and economics. Consumer behaviour knowledge may be applied in solving both micro and macro marketing problems. Thus, an understanding of the discipline is essential for a marketer who wishes to be successful in the face of competition. The total discussion of this unit has taken in three different lessons. Let’s start the lesson wise discussion.



·         To understand the role of consumer behaviour in marketing

·         To develop the skills to map the consumers mindset

·         To develop understanding on influence of individual determinants on consumer behaviour and its implications in marketing

·         To analyse emerging issues in consumer behaviour

This course aims to provide students the understanding of the structure, organization and working of financial markets and institutions in India.

The objective of the course is 

  • To make the students understand the linkage between 

organisational strategy and HRM strategy

• To familiarize the students with different strategic aspects of HRM & its practical implication

• To help student understand nature of global corporation and its implication for HRM

• To develop skills of students in critically analysing strategic HR issues in domestic and global organisations

The objective of this course is to :-

  • understand the role of business analyst in business.
  • understand the basic concept of business data management and data mining techniques. 
  • understand the basic concept of artificial neural network used in business analysis.
  • understand the decision strategies.

This course aims at developing an understanding of the changing domestic and global investment scenario in general and Indian capital market in particular with reference to availability of various financial products and operations of stock exchanges.

The objective of this course is to acquaint student with accounting concept, tools and techniques for decision making.

The objectives of this course is to enable the students to understands the fundamentals of financial management in the context of a business entity. 

The objective of study is to impart knowledge to students with individual,group and structure behaviour within organisations for organization effectiveness

The basic objectives of this course is to acquaint the learners about concept of special education and inclusive education, needs of differently abled students, principles of differentiated instructions and assessment, assistive technology and devices recquired for inclusive education.

All people in the world have their own style of living which is primarily influenced by their thinking. Our life style, social life, professional life and so on are determined by our 'Vision'. Vision has an essential role in every system of the society including education system. Our Vision develops through our experiences gained from the society,  environment and of course from the teaching of our predecessors. Educational philosophy examines all those learned experiences and provide broader perspective to...

This course covers History of Indian Education from Ancient period to modern period including recommendations of different committee and commission and Education policy from preschool education to higher education.

NGOs are primarily aimed at serving the community at large, specially the disempowered and working for their welfare. Millions of illiterate, poor, impoverished and disadvantaged citizens are marginalized and unable to lead a life of dignity. Some among us feel the need to do something meaningful, to engage in working towards realization of various public goods for other citizens, more particularly the excluded, poor and marginalized. These people are committed to and value the spirit of ‘service’ to society. When like-minded people who want to ‘serve’ their community and society at large decide to work together in a structured way, they form what is today commonly called an NGO.

After completing this unit, the Trainee will be familiar with:

  • The relevance of an NGO and the rationale behind its formation;
  • Definitions, characteristics and classification of NGOs;
  • Evolution of NGOs along various development frameworks, and the different    approaches towards it; and
  • The growing role of NGOs in developing countries and etc...

This course is intented to familarize the  demographic techniques and it's application.  It will also deal how various demographic techniques can be used in various research purposes.

This course introduces students to Translation theory and practice. The origin and major development of translation over the centuries will be discussed. The translator reputation,role of translation in current times and the various problems of untranslatability are focussed.

This course is about demographic data sources 

It discusses the various concepts relating to country's most important macro economic variable I.e., GDP

The attempt of this paper is to examine the relationship between Health and Society. It tries to understand how health is socially constructed and various conceptual and theoretical orientations to health. It also focuses on current Programmes and Policies related to health in Indian society.

This course is going to discuss dynamics of Gender, Sex and it's changing contours in Indian Society. It will also focus on various issues and challenges of gender relations and it's consequences on the society and community.

The course is intended to focus on the relationship between education and society. It analyses the conceptual as well as theoretical orientations in analysing the current educational scenario in Indian society.

The basic objective of this course is to introduce students the various type of art and architecture of temples of India. It will help to know about Buddhist architecture and Brahmanical architecture and 

to discuss the art, architecture, and their growth from period to period

Knowledge of  various inscriptions and various type of coins issued during the various ruling dynasties. It will help to know the various script in ancient India. It will aimed to 

discuss the details written in various inscriptions and numismatics.

The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the origin and development of Postcolonial Theory and Literature. The course concentrates on the literary studies across the world in the second half of the twentieth century. 

The constant flow of wealth from India to Britain for which India did not get adequate commercial,economic and material return for which India national leaders or economist called as a Drain of wealth.

Labour law is basically to know more about where it's applicability of law when it comes to any dispute or grievances arising out of the the employee and employer and how to settle the matter. 

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