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REVISED SYLLABUS OF B.A. Part I, II, III alongwith paper numbers and code

B.A. Part I 1. History of Political Ideas A.C.I ­ 7108.D.C.I-4108

2.

History of Ancient India (3000 B,C,E, to 1000 C.E.)

D.C. II ­ 4208

B.A. Part II 3. History of Europe (1789C.E. ­ 1964 C.E.) A.C.II-7208/ D.C. 4308

4.

History of India (1000 C.E. ­ 1800 C.E.)

D.C. IV ­ 4408

5.

Elements of Historical Methods

D.C.V ­ 4508

B.A. Part III

6.

History of Marathas (1630 C.E. ­ 1818 C.E.) OR History of Gujarat (1600 C.E. ­ 1857 C.E.) D.C. VI ­ 4608

7.

History of Modern India (1857 C.E. ­ 1984 C.E.)

D.C. VII ­ 4708

8.

Women in Historical Perspective (1800 C.E.- 1984 C.E.)

D.C. VIII 4808

9.

Elements of Archeology & Museology OR History of Asia D.C.IX ­ 4908

10. History of Art from Early India to 15th Century C.E.

D.C. X ­ 4008

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B.A. Part ­ I REVISED SYLLABUS History of Political Ideas (AC I 7108 / dc 4108)

Marks : 100 Final Exam : 70 Internal Assessment : 30

Objectives : 1) To define political terms from the ideological spectrum in world politics. 2) To examine the pertinent differences and similarities among various examples of a major countries and key issues.

3) To relate those terms with historical study for the quarter understanding of the complex nature.

Unit I : Absolutism : Meaning / scope / Evolution 1) Absolute monarchy of Prussia 2) Hapsburg Austria 3) Romanov : Russia

Unit II Liberalism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Great Britain : Development of constitutional monarchy. 2) France : Revolution & Republic 3) U.S.A. : Revolution & Democracy

Unit III : Nationalism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Theories of Nation State

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Unit IV : Socialism vs conservatism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Labour Movements 2) Trade Unionism 3) Feminism 4) Reconstruction & segregation in U.S.A.

Unit V : Imperialism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Conquest of India 2) Opening of China

Unit VI : Militarism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Imperial competition 2) Alliance systems 3) Arms race

Unit VII : Totalitarianism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Falangist Spain

Unit VIII : Communism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Theories of Marx and Engels 2) U.S.S.R. 3) China 4) Bi-polarization of the world

Unit IX : De-colonization : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Asia 2) Middle East 3) Pacific Oceania

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Unit X : Solidarism Pluralism : Meaning / Scope / Evolution 1) Ostpolitic & Détente 2) Glasnost : Perestroika 3) Reunification of Germany 4) Pluralism in U.S.A / India

Books for Study : English : 1) History of the World, Gallery Books, New York, 1988, Vol.I, II & III 2) Landmarks in World History, C.L. Mariwalla, B.K. Gokhale, A.LD'Souza, Bombay, 1972. 3) A survey of World Civilization, D'Cruz S.J., Bombay, 1970. 4) Encyclopaedias : The New Encyclopaedia Britinica, Chicago, Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, New International Encyclopaedia. The Columbo encyclopaedia, Langer's World History. The Coolegiate encyclopaedia, James Mitchell's History & Culture. 5) World History, Longmans and Green 7 Co., Revill J.C. 6) History of the World, Weech W.N. 7) A Brief History of Human History, Sharma S.R.

Marathi : 1) Marathi Vishwakosh, Lakshman shastri Doshi. Maharashtra Sanskrit Mandal, Mumbai, 1977. 2) Jagacha Itihas, D.S. Marathe, Pune, 1956. 3) Marathi Vishwakosh, Mahadev Shastari. 4) Jagacha Itihas, Kolarkar. 5) Adhunik Jaga, Dr. Suman Vaid. 6) Europcha Itihas, Kolarkar

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History of India 3000 B.C.E. ­ 1000 C.E. (D.C. II)

Code : 4208 Internal Assessment : 30 Teaching Hours : 120 clock hours

Final Exam : 70

Instructions : The mode of Internal Assessment

Two Internal tests and one project compulsory.

Objectives : The paper aims at introducing students to : 1) To make students aware of the sources of Ancient Indian History. 2) To enlighten the students about different political, social, cultural and economic development of India. 3) To expose students to the contribution of India in disseminating the culture to southeast Asia.

Unit I : Unit II :

Sources (Literary & Archeological) a) Harrapan Civilization (Origin major cities and their characteristics, socioeconomic and religious life. b) The Aryans (Origin & Expansion political institutions, socio-economic structure, Religious beliefs and practices)

Unit III :

Urbanisation of Ganga valley, religious reform movement socio-economic background, Rise of Magadh.

Unit IV :

Foreign invasions of Pre-Mauryan period and its impact. Mauryan Empire ­ its social and economic pattern, Ashoka's policy of Dhamma.

Unit V :

The Post Mauryan period, political development, art and architecture and literature. (the Sungas, the Kanvas, the Kushanas, the Satvahanas, the sakas)

Unit VI :

The Classical Age, political history, The Gupta's administration and cultural life.

Unit VII : Harshvardhan and its achievements. 5|Page

Unit VIII : The Deccan and the South, political, economic and cultural history (the Vakatakas, the Chalukyas, the Pallavas, the Chola, the Rashtrakuta). Unit IX : Greater India

Books for Study : 1. K.Antonova G.Kotovsky A History of India, Book I (English translation by Catherine Judelson)

G.Bongard Levin

Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1999

2.

V.A. Smith

The Early History of India. Fourth Edition (Revised by S>M> Edwards) Oxford, 1962.

3.

A.K. Majumdar

Concise History of Ancient India. Vol.I Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, 1973.

4.

L.R. Sharma

History of Ancient India. Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Second Revised Edition, (1987). Ancient India, Motilal Banarsidar. (8th Edition) Delhi 1977.

5.

R.C. Majumdar

6.

Romila Thapar

A History of India. Vol. York. Reprinted in 1977.

Penguin Book. New

7.

R.S. Tripathi

History of Ancient India. Motilal Banarsidas Delhi. (third Edition) 1967.

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8.

D.D. Kosambi : an Introduction to study of Indian History. Popular Book Depot. Bombay. 1956.

9.

Romila Thapar : Ashoka and the decline of the Maurayas. Oxford University Press. (Second Impression).

10. A.L. Basham : The Wonder that was India. Rupa & Co. (Third Edition) Bombay 1917.

11. K.A.N. Sastry : A comprehensive History of India. Vol.2 : The Mauryas and Satyahanas (325 B.C. to A.D. 300) Orient Longmans Bombay. 1957.

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B.A. Part ­ II History of Europe 1789 ­ 1964

D.C. III / A.C. II Teaching Hours : 120 clock hours

Code : 4308 / 7208

Instruction : The Mode of Internal assessment i) ii) iii) Internal Test - 15 Internal Test - 15 One Project - 15

Note : The marks of the two internal tests will be considered for the final test.

Objectives : The paper aims at introducing students to : a) The French Revolution and its impact on the world. b) The political changes that brought about the unification of Italy, Germany and transformations in other countries of Europe. c) How imperialism brought about various changes in the countries all over the world. d) The world wars and its ramification till 1964.

Unit I

French Revolution : Causes & Effects

Unit II

Napoleonic Era

Unit III

Vienna Congress and concert of Europe .

Unit IV

Political unification of Germany and Italy.

Unit V

The Eastern question.

Unit VI 8|Page

The growth of imperialism and its impact.

Unit VII

Causes and consequences of world war I.

Unit VIII

Peace settlement at Paris and the establishment of the League of Nations.

Unit IX

Rise of dictatorship in Italy and Germany.

Unit X

World War II and its aftermath.

Books for Study : 1. Wood, Anthony, Europe 1815-1945, Longmans, London, 1964. 2. Hazen C.D. Modern Europe upto 1945, S. Chand, Delhi, 1956. 3. Twentieth Century Europe, Longmans Green, London, 1977. 4. Gottschalk Louis & Lath D., Europe and the modern world, Mumbai, 1962. 5. Gottschalk Louis & Lath D., Transformation of modern Europe. 6. fisher H.A.L. History of Europe, London, 1961. 7. Graig G.A. Europe since 1815, N.Y. 1964.

Books for Reference : 1. Reddaway W.F., History of Europe, London, 1959. 2. Gilbert Martin, The European powers, 1900-1945, London, 1965. 3. Gooch G.P., History of Modern Europe, S. Chand, New Delhi, 1954.

Marathi :

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History of India 1000 C.E. ­ 1818 C.E.

DC IV Teaching Hours : 120 clock hours

Code : 4408 Credit : 8

Instruction : The Mode of Internal assessment I) II) III) Internal Test ­ 15 Internal Test ­ 15 One Project - 15

Note : The marks of the two internal tests will be considered for the final test.

Objectives : The paper aims at introducing students to : a) The foundation and gradual expansion of Delhi Sultanate. b) The changes in socio economic structure of the period covered. c) The Cultural and religious movement of the period covered.

Unit I Unit II Unit III Unit IV Unit V Unit VI Unit VII Unit VIII Unit IX Unit X

Causes and consequences of Ghazni and Ghori Invasion Establishment and growth of Delhi Sultanate Socio, Economic and cultural history of the Sultanate Period Vijaynagar and Bahmani Kingdom Bhakti and Sufi Movement Foundation of the Mughal Empire and consolidation upto Akbar Expansion and disintegration of the Mughal Empire. Social and Economic life under the Mughals Cultural and Religious life under the Mughals Social, Economic and cultural conditions under the Marathas

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Books of Study : 1. .R.C. Majumdar H.C. Raychaudhari 2. K.A.N. Sastry and G. Shrinivassachari 3. A.L. Shrivastava An advanced History of India. Macmillan 1970 K.K. Datta Advance History of India. Allied Publishers, Delhi, 1973 The Sultanate of Delhi, Shivalal Agrawal & co., Agra, 1970. 4. 5. Stanley Wolpert Med.Habib & K.A. Niwami A New History of India, Oxford, 1982. A Comparative History of India Vol. V. People's Publishing House. (Reprinted in India), Delhi, 1974. 6. Wolseley Haig Cambridge History of India Vol.I. the Mughal Period. Cambridge, 1957. 7. R.C. Majumdar (ed). History and culture of the Indian People, Vol. VI & VII. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai. 8. 9. Romila Thapar Percival Spear A History of India. Vol.I. A history of India Vol. II Penguin Books New York. 1977.

Marathi :

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Books of Study 1. J.N. Sarkar A Short History of Aurangzeb, in 5 Vols. (1958-1707) Orient Longmans (First OL Edition) New Delhi. 1979.

2.

V.A. Smith

Akbar the Great Moghul, (1542-1605) S. Chand and Co. Delhi. (Second Edition ­ Revised Indian Reprint) ­ 1958.

3.

K.R. Kanungo

Shershah and His Times, Karnataka, Publishing House. Mumbai 1944.

4.

S.R. Sharma

Maratha History, Karnataka, Publishing House. Mumbai 1944.

5.

H.K. Sherwani

Cultural Trends in Medieval Indlia, Asia Publishing house, Delhi 1968.

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Elements of Historical Method and sources of Historical Data

DC V Hours : 120 clock hours

Code : 4508 Teaching Credit : 8

Instruction : The Mode of Internal assessment I) II) III) Internal Test : 15 Internal Test ­ 15 One Project ­ 15

Note : The marks of the two internal tests will be considered for the final test.

Objectives : The paper aims at introducing students to : a) Meaning, nature and scope of history. b) Various norms of authenticity and credibility of sources. c) Interpretation and New trends of history. d) Various historians of different historiography.

Unit I Unit II Unit III Unit IV Unit V Unit VI Unit VII Unit VIII Unit IX Unit X

Meaning, nature and scope of history Auxiliary Sciences of history Sources of history Norms of authenticity of sources. Norms of credibility of sources Objectivity of history Interpretation its historical sources Use of footnotes Rewriting history New trends in writing history. 1) James Mill 2) R.C. Mazumdar 3) D.D. Kosambi 4) Romila Thapar

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Books for Study : 1. 2. E.H. Carr. What is History : Penguin London (1971). G.R. Eton. Practice of History, London (1967).

3.

C.J. Garraghan. A Guide to historical Method. Foranam Uni. PressN.Y. (1957).

4.

Louis Gottschalk. Understanding History. A Primer of Historical Method. Alfred Knopf. N.Y. 1954).

Marathi

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B.A. PART -- III HISTORY

History of Gujarat (1600 to 1857) or History of Marathas (1630 ­ 1818 A.D.)

D.C. VI Code 4608 Teaching Hours ­ 120 clock hours

Marks ­ 100 Credit : 8

1) Sources : Archeological and Literary. 2) Mughal Administration : Land Tenure, Revenue system, Law and Judiciary. 3) a) Social and religious life in Gujarat during the Mughal rule. b) Economic Life in Gujarat under the Mughals : Trade and commerce, agriculture and industry. 4) Cultural development in Gujarat with reference to art, architecture and literature during the Mughal rule. 5) The rise of Maratha power in Gujarat. 6) Impact of Maratha rule on administration. 7) Impact of Maratha rule on socio, religious and cultural life on Gujarat. 8) Gujarat under British rule : Administrative, revenue and judicial system. 9) Discontent against the British rule. a) Salt Satyagraha 1844. b) Weights and Measures Satyagraha 1848. 10) Gujarat and Revolt of 1857 : Impact and significance.

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Books of Study : 1. Rajyagor S.B. History of Gujarat S. Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi 1982.

2. 3. 4.

M.R. Majumdar Eliot A.M.H. Handa R.L.

Cultural History of Gujarat. Bombay 1965. The Rulers of Baroda 1934. History of Freedom Struggle in Princely States 1968.

5.

M.S. Commissariat

History of Gujarat. Vol. II. Bombay 1938. 1957.

6.

Bombay Gazetteer

Vol. Part I. History of Gujarat.

Books of Study in Gujarati : Books for Reference : 1. Gazetteer of Bombay Presidency Vol. Part I History of Gujarat 1886. 2. Gazetteer of Bombay Presidency 1877 to 1899 Vol. II to IX districts of Gujarat and Kathiawar. 3. R.K. Dharaiya Gujarat in 1857. Published by Gujarat University Ahmedabad 1970.

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History of the Marathas (1630 A.D. ­ 1818 A.D.)

History of Gujarat (1600 A.D. to 1857 A.D.)

D.C. V Code No. : 4608 Teaching hours : 120 clock hours

Marks : 100 Credit : 8

1) Sources ­ Marathi, Persian & European. 2) Socio economic, religious and political conditions of Deccan in the 17th century. 3) Rise of the Marathas / Shivaji. 1) Relation between Shivaji and Deccan. 2) Shivaji and the Mughal (1630 to 1680 A.D.) 4) Shivaji's Coronoation ­ Causes and Significance 5) Administration of Shivaji i) ii) Civil Military

6) Period of Crisis (1680 -1707) Shambaji, Rajaram, Tarabai. 7) Sahu and Expansion of Maratha power (1708 A.D. ­ 1761 A.D.) c) Balaji Viswanath d) Baji Rao I e) Balaji Bajirao

8) Revival of the Marathi power ­ Madhav Rao I. 9) Anglo ­ Maratha Relations (1775 to 1818 A.D.) a) Barbhai Council - Karasthan b) Nana Fadnavis c) Mahadaji Shinde

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10) Peshwa Administration a) Fall of the Marathas b) Society c) Religious and economic life of Marathas d) Art, Architecture, literature, music and fine arts.

List of Books 1) Duff, James G. History of the Marathas 2) Duff, James G. History of the Marathas V ­ II 3) Duff, James G. History of the Marathas V ­ III 4) Sharma, S.R. Founding of Maratha Freedom. 5) Ranade M.G. Rise of the Maratha Power 6) Sardesai G.S. New History of the Marathas. 7) Sardesai G.S. Shivaji Souvenir. 8) Sardesai G.S. New History of the Marathas 9) Sardesai G.S. New History of the Marathas

Books for Study : 1. .R.G. Deshmukh History of Maratha, Nimesh Agencies, Bombay 1993.

2.

K.N. Chitnis

Glimpses of Medieval Indian Ideas and Institutions. Second Edition, 1981 Published by Mrs.R.K. Chitnis, Pune.

3.

B.D. Gaikwad

B.N. Sardesai, D.B. Thorat, V.N. Hanumane, Marathekalin Sanstha Vs Vichar. Phadke Booksellers, Kolhapur ­ 1987. Maharashtra in the age of Shivaji, Rekha Prakshan, 2nd Revised Ed. Pune 2002.

4.

A.R. Kulkarni

5.

R.V. Nadkarni

The rise and Fall of Maratha Empire. Popular Prakshan. 1966.

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6.

Pagadi, Setu Madhav Rao.

Chatrapati Shivaji. Continental Prakshan, Poona 1974.

7.

Patwardhan R.P. and Rewlinson

H.G. Source Book of Maratha History. Reprint with a new introduction by P.M. Joshi and A.R. Kulkarni. K.P. Baagchi & Co. Calcutta, 1978.

8.

M.G. Ranade

Rise of the Maratha Power and Other Essays. University of Bombay. 1961.

9.

Govind Sakharaam Sardesai.

The Main Currents of Maratha History. Phoenix Publications, Bombay 1959.

10.

Govind Sakharam Sardesai.

New History of the Marathas. J. Volumes. Phoenix Publications. Bombay.

Vol.I : Shivaji and His Time (1600-1700. Third Impression, 1971. Vol.II : the Expansion of The Maratha Power (1707-1772) 1958. Vol.III : Sunset Over Maharashtra, 1972-1848. Second Impression 1968.

11.

Jadunath Sarkar

Shivaji and his Times, sixth Edition M.C. Sarkar and Sons Ltd., 1973.

12.

Jadunath Sarkar

House of Shivaji. (Studies and documents of Maratha History : Royal Period) Orient Longmans. Bombay 1978.

13.

S.R. Sharma

The Founding of Maratha Freedom. Rev.Ed., Orient Longmans, Bombay 1964.

14.

H.N. Sinha.

Role of the Peshwas, Second Edition. The Indian Press (Publications) Ltd., Allahabad, 1954.

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15.

V.T. Gune.

The Judicial System of the Marathas, Deccan College Dissertation series, Pune. 1953.

16.

Vasudeo Krishna Bhave.

Shivarajya Vs Shivakal, Pune, 1957.

17.

S.N. Sen

The Administrative The Military System of the Marathas. Calcutta, 2nd Rev.Ed., 1979.

18.

K.P. Bagchi

19.

S.V. Desai

Social Life in Maharashtra Under the Peshwas. Popular Prakshan, Bombay, 1962.

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Modern India (1857 C.E. ­ 1984 C.E.)

B.A. Part III D.C. ­ VII Teaching Hours ­ 120 clock hours

Code No. 4708 Marks : 100

1. Revolt of 1857 ­ Causes, Course, nature and Significance 2. a) Trends in Socio ­ Religious reform movement of 19th Century. b) Drain of wealth, Famines, Economic Nationalism. 3. a) Political Associations prior to Indian National Congress genesis and evolution of Indian National Congress. b) The role of Moderates, Extremists and Revolutionaries & their Contributions. 4. Gandhian Era (1920 ­ 1947 A.D.) a) Non- Co-operation Movement b) Civil Disobedience c) Quit India Movement 5. Subhashchandra Bose a) Indian National Army b) Naval Uprising 6. Partition & India after independence a) Integration of Indian states b) Nehru Era : Socio ­ economic reforms. 7. a) Indira Gandhi : - Socio-economic reforms 1) Green Revolution 2) 20 Points programme 3) Nationalisation of Banks and abolition of Privy Purse. b) Period of Emergency : - Factors, implementations & its impact. Emergence of Janta Govt. and its legacy. 8. India's foreign policy ­ From Nehru to Indira 1) Non-alignment 2) Indo-Pak wars and creation of Bangladesh 21 | P a g e

3) India's relation with Russia and U.S.A. 9. a) Rise of Communalism and Separatist movement b) Reservation Policy c) Empowerment of women 10. a) Education after independence b) Industrial Growth c) Science and Technology

Books of Study. 1) Agrov Daniel, Moderates and Extremists in the Indian National Movement. Bombay 1967. 2) Bipan Chandra : The Rise and Growth of economical nationalism in India. New Delhi, 1977. 3) Chopra P.N. (Ed.) Role of Indian Muslims in the Struggle for Freedom. New Delhi. 1979. 4) Gopal S. British Policy in India : 1858-1905 Cambridge. 1965. 5) Gopal S. Jawaharlal Nehru : A Biography Vol. I 1889-1947 London. Oxford University, 1975. 6) Handa R.L. History of Freedom Struggle in Princely States Delhi. Central News Agency. 1968. 7) Kripalani, J.B. Gandhi. His Life and Thought, New Delhi. 8) Majumdar B.B.Indian Political Associations and Reforms of Legislature (1818-1917) Calcutta 1965. 1970 (Govt. of India Publication). 9) Panikkar K.M. The Foundations of New India, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1963. 10) Sarkar Sumit Modern India, New Delhi Macmillan India Ltd. 1985.

Books Recommended : 1. 2. 3. Gupta M.L. Sharma S.R. Grover S.L. and Grover S. Glimpses of Indian History : Past and present Freedom Movement : 1857-1947 A New Look at Modern Indian History.

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S. Chand & Co. New Delhi. 4. 5. 6. Vohra Sahdev L.F. Rushbrook Williams SarakarSumit Twentieth Century India Great Men of India Modern India ­ 1885-1947, Mc Milan India Ltd.

7. 8.

Singh J.P. Khanna D.D. and others

The Aborted Revolution Democracy, Diversity and Stability ­ 50 years of Indian Independence.

9.

Nanda B.R.

Essays in Modern Indian History, O.U.P. Mumbai.

10. Chandra Bipin

Rise and Growth of Economic nationalism in India, Delhi, 1966.

11. Divekar R.R. (ed.) 12. Nanda B.R.

Social Reform Movement in India, Bombay. 1991. Making of a Nation : India's Road to Independence, Delhi, 1998.

13. Bannerg A.C.

The New History of Modern India, Bagchi & Co. Delhi 1983.

14. Thompson, Edward &

History of British Rule in India. Vol.II, Atlantic Publishers and Garratt G.T. Distributors, Delhi, 1999.

15. Frank Catherine

Life of Indira Nehru Gandhi., Harper Collins Publishers, London.

16. Chandra Bipin

Communalism in Modern India. Vikas Publishing House.

17. Chandra Bipin

Indian National Movement. The long term dynamics. 18.

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18. Brown Judith

Modern India : The Origins of an Asian Democracy, OUP.

19. Majumdar R.C.

Comprehensive History of India. Vol 3 (Part III) People's Publishing House.

20. Jaising Hari

India between dream and reality. Allied Publishers.

21. Das Durga

From Curzon to Nehru.

22. Akbar M.J.

The Seige within, Penguinne Books.

23. Chabra G.S.

Advanced Study in the History of Modern India. Vol. III (1920-1947). Sterling Publication Pvt. Ltd.

24. Bhatia H.S.

End of British power and partition of India. Deep & Deep Publishers.

25. Khanna S.K.

India ­ 50 years of Independe4nce, Indian Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.

26. Nayyar Kuldip

India after Nehru, Vikas Publishing, Delhi. 1975.

27. Malhotra Bimal

Reform, Reaction and Nationalism, 1985-1907. Himalaya Pub., Mumbai 2000.

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Women in Historical Perspective (1800 A.D. ­ 1984 A.D.)

Code No. : 4808 Subject : History D.C. VIII Teaching hours : 120 clock hours

Marks : 100 Time : 3 hours Credit : 8

Unit I : Women in Indian society at the beginning of the 19th century (a) Social and cultural position of women (b) Economic life and women's participation.

Unit II : Impact of British colonialism on the status of women : a) Various legal provisions.

Unit III : women activists : with special reference to Savitribai Phule, Ramabai Ranade, Pandita Ramabai, Vidyaben Nikanth, Shardaben Mehta, Fatima Shaikh.

Unit IV : Role of women's organizations with special reference to W.I.A., W.I.C.A. Rashtriya Striya Sangh, Desh Sevika Sangh.

Unit V : Growth of political consciousness among women : Demand for political rights : suffrage and representation in legislative bodies and local bodies.

Unit VI : Educational development : (a) Missionary efforts (b) Government measures and policies (c) Other agencies : Individual & institutions.

Unit VII : Role of women in the freedom struggle.

Unit VIII : Women since independence : a) Women's rights and the constitution of India (b) Participation of women in Post-Independence movements : Liberation movement of Hyderabad and Goa (c) Sanyukta Maharashtra movement,

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Unit IX : New Horizons : (a) Women in legislature b) Changing social status of women with special reference to laws affecting family life (c) Empowerment of women (d) Contribution of women in cultural life. Education, Art and Literature (e) Position of women in Urban & Rural Areas.

Unit X : Participation of Women in International affairs.

Books for Study : 1) Agnew Vijay : Elite Women in Indian Politics. Vikas. New Delhi. 1979. 2) Desai Neera : Women in Modern India : Vara & Co. Bombay. 1957. 3) Chattopadhyay Kamaladevi, Indian women's battle for freedom. Abhinava Publication, New Delhi, 1983. 4) Sengupta Padmini. Story of Women In India. New Delhi. 1983. 5) Asthana Pratima. Women's Movement in India. Vikas, Delhi. 1974. 6) Menon Kaur. Emancipation of women, Bombay, 1988. 7) Manmohan Kaur. Women in India's Freedom struggle. New Delhi, 1985. 8) Sharma Radhakrishna, Nationalism. Social Reform and Indian Women, Patna, 1981. 9) Mathur Y.B. Women's Education in India. Bombay 1973. 10) Mehta Shirin. Role of Women in the Peasant Movement in Gujarat. Bombay. 1961. 11) Sengupta Padmini. Pioneer Women of India. New Delhi. 1980. 12) Wadley S & Jah. Modern India, New Delh, 1974. 13) Gupta Amitkumar. Women and Society ­ the developmental Perspective, New Delhi. 1973. 14) Nanda B.R. Indian Women from Purdah to Modernity. New Delhi. 1974. Marathi 15) Anusuya Limaye. Striche Samajatil Stan ani Bhumika, Pune. 16) Hingne Stri ­ Shikshan Sanstha, Bharatiya Stri, Pune (1567)

Gujarati 17) Mrunalini Desai. Pragatine Panthe. 18) Harshada Pandit. Bharat Premi Videshinio 26 | P a g e

History of Modern Asia or Elements of Museology and Archeology

B.A. Part III D.C. IX Teaching Hours : 120 clock hours

Marks : 100 Code No. : 4908

1. Chinese Revolution of 1911. Causes and Consequences. 2. Conflict between the KMT and the Communist party. Achievements of communist rule in China. 3. Rise of Modern Japan : Russo ­ Japanese war (1904 ­ 05) I World War and Japan. 4. Japan and Washington conference, Japan in Manchuria (1931) Japan and II World War. 5. Militarism in Japan ­ American occupation and S.C.A.P. 6. Ottoman empire and the first World War, Rise of Kemal Pasha and his reforms. 7. Iran under Reza Shah Pehalavi, Oil politics in Iran. 8. Birth of Isreal ­ Zionist movement and Arab Israel Conflict. 9. Rise of Arab Nationalism ­ Colonel Nasir and birth of U.A.R. 10. National movement in South East Asia with special reference to Indonesia & Indochina.

Books of Study : 1. Paul H. Clyde / Burton Beera, The Far East, Prentice Hall, New Delhi 1972. 2. Angus Mande. South Asia. Capricon Books N.Y. (1967). 3. Harold Vinacke, A History of the Far East in Modern Times London 1971. 4. L.E. Williams. South-East Asia. A History. Oxford Univ. Press N.Y. 1976. 5. G.T. Sawant / Singh History of Modern civilization (Japan) Mumbai 1976. 6. J.F. Cody. South East Asia. It's Historical Development. Tata Mag-Hill Co. New Delhi, 1976. 7. Sydney Fisher. The Middle East, Alfred Knopf, N.Y. 1969.

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2. Khoo Kay Kim, (Ed) The History of South east, South and East Asia. Oxford Univ. Press. London (1977). 3. George Lenezowski, The Middle-East in the World Affairs. Ithaca (1960. 4. Bernard Lewis. The Emergence of Modern Turkey. Oxford University Press (1967).

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B.A. Part ­ III Elements of Archeology & Museology (D.C. IX ­ 4908)

Unit ­ I a. Definition of Museum b. Museum Movement in India c. Types of Museum

Unit ­ II a. Qualification of a Curator b. Role of Curator as a facilitator c. Nature or Duties and Responsibilities

Unit ­ III a. Scope and Method of Collection ­ National, Regional & Local institution. b. Methods of Collection ­ Purchase Exchange, Field Collection, Loans & gifts c. Care and Caution ­ Official Measures for Protection and Ownership.

Unit ­ IV a. Preservation ­ Basic Principles b. Protection and Care of Objects c. Different Types of Objects ­ Organic & Inorganic d. Presentation Techniques ­ types of Exhibition

Unit ­ V a. Archaeology ­ Definition, aims and Methods of Archaeology : Minimum 3 Methods b. Archaeology and its relation with special reference to Economics, Anthropology and Sociology.

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Unit ­ VI a. Field Archaeology b. Methods of Field Archaeology c. Formation of site

Unit ­ VII a. Exploration, Excavation, Classification and Dating of Antiquities. b. Methods of Excavation ­ Vertical and Horizontal Excavation

Unit ­ VIII a. Definition of Epigraphy b. Beginning of Epigraphical Study in India c. Contribution of Epigraphy to Indian History d. Ancient Indian Scripts e. (i) Brahmi (ii) Kharosthi (iii) Sharda (iv) Devagiri

Unit ­ IX a. Numismatics ­ Evolution, Scope and Definition b. Contribution of Numismatics to Indian History c. Ancient Indian Coinage : Punch Marked Coins, Kushana, Satavahana, Gupta

Unit ­ X a. Iconography : Scope and Definition b. Iconography of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism

NOTE : Two Fiend Visit either to Archaeological site or Numismatic centre or Museum is compulsory.

(Note : Evaluation By external supervisors or subject expert)

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Museology : · Banarjee N.R. Museum and Cultural Heritage of India, Agam Kala Prakashan. New Delhi, 1990. · Dwivedi V.P. Museums and Museology : New Horizons, Agam Kala Prakashan, N. Delhi, 1980. · Markhan S.F. The Museum of India. The Museum Association, London. W.I.C. 1936. · Plenderleith H.J. The Conservation of Antiquities anad works of Art, Oxford University Press, Newyork, Toronto, 1956. · Sarkar H., Museums and Protection of Monuments and Anquities in India. Sandeep Prakashan, N. Delhi, 1981. · Thomson John M.A. and others, Manual of Curatorship; A Guide to Museum Practice, 1984. · · Wittin, Alma, Museums, its history and its tasks in Education, 1949. Journal of Indian Museum, Preservation of wooden Antiquities, vol. VII, Pg. 95, Public Museum, Association, India. · Journal of Indian Museums, A Study of Museology, Vol. IX, 1953 pg 34-41.

Archeology : · · Cumming John (ed.), The India Society, London 1939. Ghosh A. (ed) Archeological Remains, Monuments and Museums, govt. of India, New Delhi, 1961. · · Paddayya K., The New Archeology and aftermath, Ravish Publisher, Pune, 1990. Piggot Stuart, Approach to Archaeology, Adam and Charles Black, London, 1959.

Epigraphy : · · · Dani, A-4 Indian Paleography, Munshiram, Manoharlal, New Delhi, 1986. Gokhale, Shobhana, Purabhilekhavidya (Marathi) Continental Prakshan, Pune, 1975. Gupta S.P. and Ramchandran K.S. The Origin of Brahmi Script, D.K. Publications, Delhi, 1979.

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·

Katti M.N. (editors) Studies in Indian Epigraphy, vol.III to vo. XX from year 1979 to 1994.

· ·

Ramesh K.V. Indian Epigraphy, vol. I, Sandeep Prakashan, New Delhi 1984. Sircar D.C., Indian Epigraphy, Motilal Banarsidas, Delhi, 1965.

umismatics : · · · Burnette Andrew, Coins, British Museum Press, 1991. Chakraborty S.K. Study of Ancient Indian Numismatics. Mymensingh, 1931. Goyal S.R. Indigeneous Coins of Early India, Kusumanjali Prakashan. Jodhpur, 1994. · · · · Gupta P.L Coins, India book house, Mumbai 1969. Salatore R.N. Early Indian Economic History, Popular Prakashan 1993. Sircar D.C. Studies in Indian Coins, MOtilal Banarsidas, Delhi, 1968. Sircar D.C. (ed) Early Indian Indigeneous Coins (ed), University of Calcutta. 1970.

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History of Arts in India from Early Times to 10th Century

D.C. X Marks : 100 Teaching Hours : 120 clock hours

B.A. Part III Computer Code : 4008 Credit : 8

1. Prehistoric arts ­ Terracotta, Painting 2. Harappan architecture, Sculpture, Pottery 3. Pre Mauryan and Mauryan art 4. Buddhist architecture (a) Stupa (b) Chaitya (c) Vihara 5. Sculpture under Shungas. Satvahanas, Kushanas 6. Gupta architecture, sculpture, painting 7. Temple : Origin, development, its main features 8. Different regional schools of temple architecture 1) Chalukya 2) Pallava 3) Rashtrakuta 4) Chola 5) Orrisa 6) Khajuraho 7) Hoysala 8) Pandya 9. Pala Sculpture and Miniature painting 10. Jain art : architecture, sculpture and miniature paintings.

Books of Study 1. 2. B. Rowland P. Brown The Art and Architecture of India. London. 1953. Indian Architecture (Buddhist and Hindu) 2nd edition, Bombay, 1949. 3. 4. 5. S. Kramrisch A.K. Comaraswami P. Brown A Survey of Painting in the Deccan, London, 1937. History of Indian and Indonesian Art, London, 1927. Indian Painting, Y.M.C.A. Publishing House, New Delhi, 1965. 6. D. Mitra Ajanta, Published by director General A.S.I. New Delhi, 1968. Books of Reference : 1. .V.A Smith History of Fine Art in India and Ceylon, 3rd, ed. Revised by K.

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Khandalwala, Bombay. 1962. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. H.Goetz H. Zimmer J. Fergusson S. Kramrisch G. Yazdani J. Marshall & others Note : One field visit to Historical site is compulsory. (Fort, Cave, Temple) India (Art of the world, Vol. I London 1959) The Art of Indian Asia 2 Vols., New York, 1955 History of Indian and Eastern Architecture, 2nd ed. London, 1910. The Hindu Temple, 2 vols. Calcutta, 1946. Ajanta 3 Vols, London, 1930. The Bagh Caves, London, 1927.

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