The Master of Arts (MA) in History
is a 2 year full time campus
program offered by the University
which seeks to impart in depth
knowledge in various aspects of
the history of India and the World.
The course focuses on various
important eras, phenomenon
and events that have defined the
history of India and the world.
Award of Degree:
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the “Master of Arts in History” Degree by the University.
Pass in graduation in History or an allied discipline with minimum 40% aggregate marks. Graduates from other disciplines may submit an application to the Registrar for special consideration. Final year students awaiting results may also apply.
The MA Program is organized into 4 semesters in two years. Candidates are required to complete 12 Major Papers and three electives. Students are additionally required to complete a Master’s research project and a Postgraduate Dissertation.
|MA (History) Program Structure|
Semester-II: History of Imperialism and Nationalism; Women and Gender in
Ancient Societies; Religion and Society in Medieval India.
Semester - III: Early Indian Art and Architecture c.300BCE – c.1200CE; Political Ideas and Institutions during the Mughal Period; British Policy in Northeast India.
Semester - IV: Religion and Society in Ancient India; History of the Marathas; Government and Politics in Northeast India since 1947.
The program structure is subject to change (if required).