Aims

    The study of history is a study of causes. E.H Carr. Man comes and passes by but history goes on telling history. It gives immortality to mortal man. Man invented history of record his own achievements also his failing he wanted the past to live for the present of live for the future. The memory of the bay gone ages and of great among generation is preserved on the pages of history. It teaches us human value morality curriculum knowledge and glimpses of our past for the bliss of leaving.

OBJECTIVE :

A nation without the sense of history has no future. So the objective of reading history is to collect the knowledge form the past and makes a man wise and enable him to strengthen his virtue. It promotes in man power to imagine circumstance and conditions other them his own. It judges an individuals and his past, it teaches he mankind and guide the nation.

C.C-1: History of India—I:

Intellectual skill:

The history of India is long and varied. It is very ancient as well as origin of mankind, growth of the civilization India, Tools and sources of Historical reconstruction.

Transferable skill:

Social stratification of the Aryans their religions believe, value of Vedas, Vedic philosophy etc.

C.C-2: Social Formations and Cultural Patterns of the Ancient World

Intellectual skill:

Origin and growth of mankind in the world. the primitive man and its habits, tools and weapon change of occupation, nomadic to human settlement.

Transferable skill:

Growth of the society and urbanization and its trade and commerce amongst the civilization which reached in the ? the culture of altheas the states Mendip of Sparta in the Greek culture.

C.C-3: History of India—II

Intellectual skill:

The expansion of agrarian country of India, social stratification, class varna jati untouchably, gender and marriage and succession of property right. Foundation of the empire and its greatness courses the border of Asia.

Transferable skill:

The hoary past of India, when the entire world with the exaction of Egypt and Mesopotamia and nothing by way of civilisation india was fortune enough to be the seat of a great empire boulder like Chandragupta Margay, great monarch like Ashok and its feudal safety.

C.C-4: Social Formations & Cultural Patterns of Odisha

Intellectual skill:

The regional history is no less important the history of Odisha begins since the long past the, but record evidence comes from the event kalinga war of 261 B.C ? With great impaired force like Magadha in print of enriched importance.

Transferable skill:

The History of Odisha ruler with the great movement like Kharavela, Bhumakar, the rules of Salidacabhar, Samavansi, Ganjam and the suryavsmisis. The development of its indigenous Art and Architecture, culture language is not the least in formation a state in the best of language during the colonial rule.

C.C-5: History of India-III (C.750-1206)

Intellectual skill:

Fall of the great imperialist monarchy there for The unity and integrity of the imperial power. The growth of feudalism in Indian sub continental history is and the point to be discussion.

Transferable skill:

To know the great Rajputs of India central India and Rasputin, the rastrakutas, poles, Ra, candelas’ and chauhans. The proud of urbanization in medieval India the historical traditions.

C.C-6: Rise of Modern West-I

Intellectual skill:

Geographical explanation, the motives of voyage, colonisation. The renaissance in Europe growth of humanism in Europe, and its Art and culture.

Transferable skill:

Rapaid growth of renaissance and reformation its significance, industrialization and green revolution England.

C.C-7:History of India-IV (1206-1550)

Intellectual skill:

the early sultan rules its literacy Turkish tradition, foundation of sultan rule its programme position of kingship during the region of balban and Ala-ud- Khilagi.

Transferable skill:

Bhakti movement religion reformation monotheistic tradition in India Kabir, Nanak, Chaitanya and sultan movement.

C.C-8: Rise of Modern West-II

Intellectual skill:

Europe rises in social and political industrial revolution? Revolution American war and independence.

Transferable skill:

Renaissana its impact, Parliamentary reform, monarchy and the beginning of Prime minister in Great Britain.

C.C-9:History of India-V (C.1550-1605)

Intellectual skill:

Working of the Persian literature in the court affairs invasion of Babur Humayan the administration of Sher Shah and its revenue Administration and general progress.

Transferable skill:

The imperial government religion and rajput alliance Genera attitude of the Administration, land revenue internal and external trade and commerce.

C.C-10: History of India-VI (1605-1750)

Intellectual skill:

the state polity, role pf women in Mughal rule especially during the time of Jahangir and the culture of India in the field of Art and Architecture

Transferable skill:

The turmoil and the war of succession, reverse policies in religion and rajput policy. Rise of feudal poetry, reaction of jat satunarm Rajputs Sikh and Msvellthy.

C.C-11: History of Modern Europe (1780-1939)

Intellectual skill:

the fall of old regime due to the crisis the fall of monarchy and beginning new era the modern age. Rise fall of the great Empire of Napoleon of the Napoleanic regions in Europe.

Transferable skill:

Rise of war states from the turmoil and turning point to the world peace. The rise Italy and Germany . The era of Bismark and his relationship with Great power of Europe.

C.C-12: History of India-VII (1750-1857)

Intellectual skill:

fall of the great empires division of feudal powers, foreign intervention, sunset of empire and growth of British power decline of Indigenous trade industry education etc.

Transferable skill:

Drain of wealth land revenue policy trade and fiscal policy ruination of the Indian peasantry class, social morality and reactions the great uprising Somtala, Deccan and sepoys of India.

C.C-13: History of India-VIII (1857-1950)

Intellectual skill:

Failures led to the succession the Indian renaissance or reformation in the sphere of social, religion political, the rise of nationalism and freedom struggle.

Transferable skill:

Indian freedom struggle the turmsis and transitions to lead the congress, M.K Gandhi and the statyagraha movement , non-violence and quiet India attainment of independence Subash Bose and INA.

Understanding Social-Economic and Cultural Life : Study on Odisha

Intellectual skill:

the classical literature, Art Architecture, dance and folk literature. Buddhist and Jainism and the remains of Buddhist stupas and viharas.

Transferable skill:

Odisha its political history under the supremacy of sailodbhava, Bhaumakar, Somavansis, Ganga Gajapatiis of the Bhois. Lastly the Mughal rule the Maratha and the Britishes.