The Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Program in Geography examines the
relationship between society and
environment seeking to understand
the complex connection between
people and places. Practical and
field classes offers the students
the opportunity to explore and
examine geographical issues and
Duration : Three years.
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the "Bachelor of Arts (Honours)" Degree in Geography by the University, subject to University regulations.
Pass in 10+2 in any discipline with an aggregate marks of 40%. Final year students awaiting results may also apply.
The BA (Honours) in Geography
program consists of 28 courses
covered in six semesters spread
over three years including an
Students will be required to
complete 18 core subjects
in addition to 5 Choice Based
Electives and 5 Compulsory Papers.
Students are additionally required
to complete two summer projects
at the end of Year-I and Year-II
respectively and an Internship in
the sixth semester. Electives will be
choice based electives from other
Core Specializations (Semester V & VI) : Settlement Geography; Geography of Rural development; Geography of Tourism; Agricultural Geography; Man and Environmental Management; Statistical Techniques in Geography; Political Geography; Case Studies in Geography.
The program structure is subject to periodic review.
|BA (Hons.) in Geography Program Structure|
|YEAR I||Introduction to Geography||Climatology|
|Cartographic Techniques I||Cartographic Techniques II|
|Geomorphology||Geographical of Population|
|Choice Based Elective I||Elective-II paper II|
|English Language I (Compulsory)||English Language II (Compulsory)|
|Summer Project I|
|YEAR II||Social Geography||Cultural Geography|
|Cartographic Techniques III||Economic Geography|
|Environmental Geography||Cartographic Techniques II|
|Computer Concepts (Compulsory)||General Studies (Compulsory)|
|Summer Project II|
|YEAR III||Field Techniques||Geography of India|
|Specialization I||Specialization II|
|Specialization II||Specialization III|
|Specialization III||Undergraduate Dissertation|
|Soft Skills (Compulsory)|