Course Outcome:

  1. History of Early and Medieval Assamese Literature.
  2. History of Modern Assamese Literature.
  3. General Linguistics and History of Linguistics.
  4. Study of Assamese Poetry.
  5. Study of Assamese Prose.
  6. Study of Assamese language and Script and Textual Criticism.
  7. Study of Literary Theory and Literary Criticism (East and West).
  8. Cultural History of Assam and classification Scopes of Assamese culture.
  9. Study of Dialectology and Dialects of Assamese Language.
  10. Study of Comparative Indian Literature.


Course Outcomes:

The learning outcomes for the B.Voc IT state that degree holders possess knowledge of:

  1. A number of recurring themes, and a set of general principles that have broad application to the field of Information Technology.
  2. The social, legal, ethical, and cultural issues inherent in the discipline of computing.
  3. That software systems are used in many different domains. This requires both computing skills and domain knowledge.
  4. Software development fundamentals, including programming, data structures, algorithms and complexity.
  5. Systems fundamentals, including architectures and organization, operating systems, networking and communication, parallel and distributed computation, and security.
  6. Software engineering fundamentals, including software analysis and design, evaluation and testing, and software engineering processes.
  7. Multiple programming languages, paradigms, and technologies


The learning outcomes for the B.Voc IT state that degree holders can apply the methods and procedures as follows:

  1. Know how to apply the knowledge they have gained to solve real problems.
  2. Realize that there are multiple solutions to a given problem and these solutions will have a real impact on people’s lives.
  3. Communicate their solution to others, including why and how a solution solves the problem and what assumptions were made.
  4. Successfully apply the knowledge they have gained through project experience.
  5. Encompass an appreciation for the structure of computer systems and the processes involved in their construction and analysis.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Describe general contribution of scientists for development of microbiology.
  2. Classify micro-organisms and characteristics features of different groups of micro-organisms.
  3. Describe microbiology of food, milk and milk.
  4. Scope of biotechnology, application of biotechnology in Agriculture and industry.
  5. Genetic engineering and its merits and demerits.
  6. Describe Tissue culture – basic principle, medium, protoplast fusion and somatic hybridization.
  7. Basic knowledge of industrial microbiology with reference to production of alcohol, vinegar and antibiotic.


Course Outcomes:

  1. To understand physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry in their advanced treatment.
  2. To introduced importance of Chemical Thermodynamics, non-transition metals and different types of organic
  3. To understand Co-ordination Chemistry and Inorganic reaction mechanism.
  4. To understand methods of preparation, properties and uses of different classes of organic compounds
  5. To understand principles of electrochemistry and its application
  6. To understand methods of extraction of natural products, their synthesis and uses.
  7. To understand kinetics of reactions
  8. To understand Bio-Chemistry and pharmaceutical compounds
  9. To have an idea about Quantum Chemistry
  10. To understand Photochemistry, macromolecules, catalysis and statistical thermodynamics.
  11. To understand Bio-inorganic chemistry
  12. To understand basics of spectroscopy
  13. Introduction to principles of Green Chemistry.


Course Outcomes:

  1. To enrich financial knowledge for solving the problem of poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition.
  2. How industrial development and non-economic use of natural resources become havoc for
    environmental damage in our nature. The students can realize the gravity of the situation that it
    becomes threat to the universe.
  3. To understand the real economic situations of Economy and to acquire knowledge of International
  4. To harness unutilized natural resources through the process of industrialization to solve the problem of
    growing unemployment.
  5. How to develop service sector in particular reference to tourism, trade and commerce etc.


Course Outcomes:

  1. To develop an understanding of the basic principles of education.
  2. To understand the cultural heritage of India.
  3. To understand education as a process of modification of behavior.
  4. To acquaint the students with the process and techniques of scientific measurement of human behavior.
  5. To acquaint the students with the development of ideas, practices, institutions and systems in the field of
  6. To acquaint the students with the innovations in different aspects in the field of education.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Comprehensive knowledge of English social and cultural history.
  2. Understanding the history and nature of English language and linguistics.
  3. Knowledge of the major traditions of literature written in English.
  4. Study of prose, fiction, poetry, drama, philosophy of different traditions including British, Indian and
  5. Opportunity to study postcolonial texts.
  6. Develop an ability to study texts in relation to their historical and culture contexts.
  7. Knowledge of major literary genres, terms and concepts such as modernism and postmodernism.
  8. Develop the ability to read works of criticism and theory.
  9. Demonstrate the skills required for conversation in English.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Inter-relation between other subjects as well as relation with other branches of earth sciences
  2. To acquaint the students with the various sectors of economy and the importance and spatial distribution of
  3. Ability to identification of climatic differences on the earth and consequences of human activities on the
    atmospheric processes.
  4. Awareness among the students regarding the multi dimensional nature of regional space and the resultant
    spatial structure.
  5. To develop skills among the students regarding the use of modern tools and techniques like GPS, GIS,
    interpretation and comparison of satellite imagery.
  6. Ability to know the history of Geographical thoughts through the course of time by the students.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Critically analyse sources to interpret data in order to evaluate historical events.
  2. How policies and practical developed in the past continue to impact their Contemporary lives.
  3. Develop the ability to distinguish between facts and fiction while understanding the historical truth.
  4. Develop and informed familiarity with multiple culture.
    Course Outcomes for B.A. /B.Sc.
  5. Knowledge of Elementary Method in ordinary differential Equation.
  6. Discussion of a particle in two dimension motion on a smooth sphere, cone and on any surface of revolution.
  7. Introduction to infinite integral.
  8. How to develop Numerical Method using C- programming.
  9. To understand the Metric space, sequence and series of functions.


Course Outcomes:

  1. To study the mechanical properties of solid & liquid state of matter.
  2. Study of thermal properties of matter. Transformation of energy in different brands such as magnetic and
    electrical behavior.
  3. Optical properties of specific materials like glass, lens etc. and study of diffraction, polarization and fibre
  4. To study anantum behavior of atomic phenomenon’s.
  5. To study mathematical behaviors of physical laws.
  6. To study the nuclear and atomic phenomenon’s in microscopic and macroscopic dimensions.
  7. To study the properties of electrons in metals, semiconductors, insulators and nenomaterials.
  8. To study the relation between statistical and classical behavior of functions of distinguishable and
    indistinguishable particles.
  9. To study the physical processes going on inside stars and galaxies.
  10. To study the branches of LASER and MASER and its application.


Course Outcomes:

  1. To against the students of Political Science with the processes and dynamics of Indian politics.
  2. To against the students with the basic concept, principles and dynamics of public Administration.
  3. Concerned with the important theories and issues of International Relations.
  4. Introduce the students with the diverse political system.
  5. Provide knowledge on the basic concepts of the discipline.
  6. Concerned with the different issues of Human Rights.
  7. To generate sensitization for women’s issues and problems.
  8. To familiarize with the problems and prospects of Rural Development in India.


Course Outcomes:

  1. The course aims at the understanding of Sociology, its background both in west and Indies
  2. The course aims at acquainting the students with the frame work of India social system
  3. It helps the students in acquiring knowledge on the research related activities.
  4. The course helps the students in understanding the nature, characteristics of heterogeneous social system
    of North-Eastern India.
  5. “Health is primarily a social science subject than of medical science”- the study of the course will help to realize the reality of the above statement.
  6. Upliftment of rural poor is the main goal of today’s India. The course helps in understanding the R.D.
    Programmes taken by the govt.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Describe about classification, diversity, anatomy of non-chordates and chordates.
  2. About basic concept of biochemistry, bioinstrumentation and biostatistics, cell biology, histology,
    histochemistry and developmental biology.
  3. Basic knowledge of genetics, human genetics, evolution, environmental issues and wildlife, human
    physiology, endocrine system of human & other animals.
  4. Basic concepts of parasitism, vectors, diseases, pathogen city and ethology.
  5. Details about molecular biology, immunology, biotechnology, bioinformatics.
  6. Basic knowledge of application biology-apiculture, sericulture, aquaculture, piggery etc.


Course Outcomes:

  1. Discuss the basic theories of Sanskrit Grammar.
  2. Analyse the cultural heritage of India. Ancient Indian literature and i9ts influence on later literature and
  3. Highlight various moral lessons which helps to improve morality/ pertaining to morals an ethical judgment.
  4. Analyse the basic concepts of various branches of Indian philosophy.
  5. To enrich the basic concepts of translation from Sanskrit to other language and vice-verse.
  6. Discuss the ancient science of Technology, Medical Science, and Astronomy Mathematics etc. which is
    called the foundation of Modern Science of Technology and others respectively.