About  History Department

History & Evolution of Department

 

The Department of History has been functioning since 1952, with the introduction of Arts Courses in Intermediate. The college was first located of Town Hall. The Degree Courses were started from the academic year 1954-1955 with a strength of 26students.

Sri. K. Satyanarayana, Dr. K.S.Sharma, Sri.D.V.Subba Rao, Sri.A.V.Koti Reddy, I Gopala Krishna, Sri.P. Ram,esh, Sri. Radha Krishna, Sri. Tata Bhai,Sri.M.P. Venkata rao, Sri.M.Syamala Rao, Sri.A.V.Narasimham, Sri.Krishna Murthy, Smt. Najartha Khaddar, G. Balaram, S.C.V. Suseela, Sri. S.Suribabu, Sri. N.Chinna Rao and Sri. T. John Kamalakar served in the department.

Initially the medium of instruction was English, Telugu Medium was introduced later and sanctioned strength increased to 60. There was abnormal demand for admission into B.A. courses the strength was increased to 80 at present.

Now the Department has only two staff members representing the faculty. There are 42 students in first B.A (HEP), 37 students in second B.A (HEP)  and 30 students in third B.A (HEP). Many of the students are with rural bachground belongs to S.C and S.T categories. Very a few students hail from urban areas belong to O.C and the other categories.

Sri. N. Chinna Rao, Lecturer in History:

He was appointed as Junior Lecturer in History in 1999 and promoted in 2010 as Lecturer in History, Government Degree College, Narasannapeta in Srikakulam District. He had transferred in this college May, 2013. He passed M.A. History in 2nd division from Andhra University, Waltair. Then he did B. Li. Sc at Etcherla P.G. Centre in Srikakulam he also passed LL.B in first class in Osmania University at Hyderabad.

He underwent one Orientation Course at JNTU Kukatapally, Hyderabad he acted as NSS programme officer in Junior College level for 10 years.

He has been teaching Tourism and Travel Management classes for all three year B.A students from 2013 to May, 2017. He has been teaching History classes for all three year B.A students from 2017 till to date.

 

Sri. T. John Kamalakar, Lecturer in History:

Sri. T. John Kamalakar was appointed as Technical assistant in Archaeology and Museums Department in January, 2012 and worked as Assistant Director (Technical) on FAC for Prakasam and Sri PottiSriramulu Nellore Districts. After Six years of A.P State Government service he joined as Degree College Lecturer in June, 2018 at Government degree College (Men), Srikakulam through Direct recruitment. He completed his M.A in History in 2nd division from Acharya Nagarjuna University P.G. Centre, Ongole. Then he did M.Ed in First class from Andhra Lutheran College of Education, Guntur. He also completed his M.Phil in Education and M.Sc in Psychology from M.S.University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu.

He underwent one Induction Training programme at A.P.HRDI, Visakhapatnam in 2018.

He has been teaching Tourism and Travel Management classes for all three year B.A students from June, 2018 till to date. He has been teaching History classes for third year B.A students from June, 2018 till to date.

 

Vision :-  Most of the History students will join in the Universities and get

good jobs to lead better life as a good citizen of this world..

 

Mission   :- The department of History prepares students for a wide range of careers by

teaching a core set of skills through the Indian culture and society.

 


Objectives of Department:

 

To conduct monthly tests, assignments for assessing the performance of the students and identify academically background students.

To provide remedial coaching and help students to improve their understanding.

To provide carrier guidance to students at higher studies, employment and self employment opportunities.

To conduct seminars and encourage students to present papers on important topics.

To encourage students to improve their communication skills along with reading and writing skills.

To conduct Quiz, Elocution and Debates etc..

Arrange field trips of Tourist important places to create awareness among the students.

To arrange Seminars extension Lectures and Guest Lectures by Eminent persons.

Necessary guidance to face common entrance tests like AUCET, ICET, APPSC POSTS, BANK TESTS and other competitive examinations.

To enlighten the students against the age old super stations and customs and also blind faiths.

To inculcate ethical values in the hearts of students by giving moral teaching and medication.

To celebrate the WORLD TOURISM DAY for create awareness among students on Tourism.

 

Succession List Of Heads of Department

Sno Name Qualification
01 Sri. K. Satyanarayana M.A. (History).,
02 Sri. Dr.K.S. Sharma. M.A. (History).,
03 Sri. D.V. Subba rao M.A. (History).,
04 Sri. A.V.Koti Reddy. M.A. (History).,
05 Sri. I. Gopala Krishna. M.A. (History).,
06 Sri. P. Ramesh M.A. (History).,
07 Sri. U. Radha Krishna M.A. (History).,
08 Sri. M.P. Venkata rao M.A. (History).,
09 Sri. G. Laxmana rao M.A. (History).,
10 Sri. M.Syamala rao. M.A. (History).,
11 Sri. G. Balaram M.A. (History).,
12 Smt. S.V.C. Suseela M.A. (History).,
13 Sri. S.Suribabu M.A. (History)., M.A ( Telugu)., M.A. (English)., M.A. (Sociology)., B.Ed.
14 Sri. N. Chinna rao M.A. (History)., B.Lisc., LL.B., (Ph.D)., PGDTTM.
15 Sri. T. John Kamalakar M.A. (History).,M.Ed., M.Phil. (Edu)., M.Sc. (Psy).

 

 

 

UG Courses Offered:

     Conventional Courses: H.E.P

     Restructured Courses: T.G.E ( Tourism, Geography and Special English)

 

PG Courses Offered:  – Nil –

 

Students Strength(Last 3 Years)

2018- 2019

S.No Subject BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Year  History 37 + 0 37
2 2nd  Year  History 42 + 0 42
3 3rd  Year  History 37 + 0 37
Total Strength 116

 

2017- 2018

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Year  History 42 + 0 42
2 2nd  Year  History 37 + 0 37
3 3rd  Year  History 30 + 0 30
Total Strength 109

 

 

 

 

2016- 2017

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Year  History 54 + 0 54
2 2nd  Year  History 36 + 0 36
3 3rd  Year  History 22 + 0 22
Total Strength 112

 

List of History Enrollments Category wise in  first year

 

 

 

 

Year SC ST BC Others Total
2015-16 06 11 18 04 39
2016-17 12 07 20 15 54
2017 – 18 08 14 28 10 60

1st Year B.A RESULT

2015-16

 

BA(HEP) 1 st year I-SEM 31 28 90.3
II-SEM 26 21 80.76
2016-17 BA(HEP) 1 st year I- SEM 37 23 62.1
II- SEM 24 15 62.5
2017-18 BA(HEP) 1 st year I- SEM 37 23 62.1
II- SEM 24 15 62.5

2nd Year B.A RESULTS

2014-15 BA(HEP) 2nd  Year 2 44 27 61.3%
2015-16

 

BA(HEP) 2nd  Year 2 29 15 51.7%
2016-17 BA(HEP) 2nd  Year III- SEM 22 21 95.45
IV- SEM 21 19 90.47
2017-18 BA(HEP) 1 st year III- SEM 32 24 75
IV- SEM 28 14 50

 

 

3rd  Year B.A RESULT

 

2015-16

 

BA(HEP) III Year 3&4 38 28 73.6
2016-17 BA(HEP) III Year 3&4 27 20 74.07
2017-18 (Sem-5) BA(HEP) III Year PAPER-V 21 17 81
BA(HEP) III Year PAPER-VI 21 21 100

 

 

Facilities available in the department

Books in the Departmental Library :-        48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SNO PHOTO NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EMAIL-ID PROFILE
1N. Chinna RaoM.A (History)., BLISc., 
LLB., NET.,PGDTTM .,Ph.D(P.T)
Lecturer in HistoryNavarichinnarao68
@gmail.com
click here
2T. John KamalakarM.A. (His), M.Ed.,
M.Phil.(Edu)., M.Sc.(Psy)
Lecturer in Historykmlkrjohn@gmail.com click here

 

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

Structure of

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

Syllabus under CBCS

 

 

 

 

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April, 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-1:

Semester Paper  

Title

 

Semester I

(Core)

I

 

Ancient Indian History & Culture (from earliest times to 600 A.D)

 

Semester II

(Core)

II Early Medieval Indian History & Culture (600 A.D to 1526 A. D.)

 

Semester III

(Core)

III Late Medieval & Colonial History of India (1526 to 1857 A. D.)

 

Semester IV

(Core)

IV Social Reform Movement & Freedom Struggle

(1820s to 1947 A.D.)

 

Semester V

(Core)

V Age of Rationalism And Humanism

The World Between 15th& 18th Centuries

 

Semester V

(Core)

VI History & Culture of Andhra Desa (from 12th to 19th Century A.D.)

 

Semester VI Elective – 1 VII–A History of Modern Europe (from 19th Century to 1945 A. D.)

 

Semester VI Elective – 2 VII–B History of East Asia (from 19th Century A.D.to 1950 A.D)

 

Semester VI Elective – 3 VII–C Contemporary History of The World (1945 to Circa 2000 A. D.)

 

Semester VI Elective – 4 VII-D Basics of Journalism
Semester VI

Elective – 5

VII-E Historical Application in Tourism
Semester VI

Elective – 6

VII–F Modern Techniques in Archaeology
Semester VI

Cluster Electives

Elective – 1

 

VIII-A-1

Cultural Tourism in Andhra Pradesh

 

Elective – 2 VIII-A-2 Popular Movements in Andhra Desa (1848 TO 1956 A.D.)

 

Elective – 3 VIII-A-3 Contemporary History of Andhra Pradesh (1956-2014)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structure of B.A. HISTORY Syllabus under CBCS

Table-2:

Sl. No Sem Paper Name of Paper Nature Hours/Week Credits Marks
Mid

Sem

Sem End
1 I I Ancient Indian History & Culture (From earliest times to 600 A.D)

 

Core 5 4 25 75
2 II II Early Medieval Indian History & Culture (600 A.D to 1526 A. D.)

 

Core 5 4 25 75
3 III III Late Medieval & Colonial History of India (1526 to 1857 A. D.)

 

Core 5 4 25 75
4 IV IV Social Reform Movement & Freedom Struggle

(1820s to 1947 A.D.)

 

Core 5 4 25 75
5  

 

 

V

V Age of Rationalism and Humanism

The World Between 15th& 18th Centuries

 

Core 5 4 25 75
6 VI History & Culture of Andhra Desa (from 12th to 19th Century A.D.)

 

Core 5 4 25 75
7  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI

VII–(A)

 

History of Modern Europe (from 19th Century to 1945 A. D.) El 5 4 25 75
VII-(B) History of East Asia (from 19th Century A.D.to 1950 A.D)
VII–(C) Contemporary History of The World (1945 to Circa 2000 A. D.)
VII–

(D)

Basics of Journalism
VII–

(E)

Historical Application in Tourism
VII – (F) Modern Techniques in Archaeology
8 VIII–A-1 Cultural Tourism In Andhra Pradesh

 

Cl El

(3)

5 4 25 75
VIII– A-2 Popular Movements In Andhra Desa (1848 TO 1956 A.D.)

 

VIII–A-3 Contemporary History of Andhra Pradesh (1956-2014)

 

TOTAL 32 200 600

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

I Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – I

Paper – I (Core Paper)

ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY & CULTURE (from earliest times to 600 A.D)

(Indian History and Culture from Earliest Times to 647 A.D)

Unit – 1 Survey of Sources: Literary & Archaeological Sources; Influence of Geography on History; Unity in Diversity; Traces of Stone Age Cultures (Circa 3,50,000 B. C to 3,000 B. C); Indus Valley Civilization (Circa 3000 B. C to 1,500 B. C): Origin, Extent, Salient Features.

 

Unit – II Vedic Age & Religious Reform Movements (Circa 1500 B. C to 600 B. C): Society, Polity, Economy, Culture during early and later Vedic period; Jainism and Buddhism: Causes, Doctrines, Spread, Importance and Impact.

 

Unit – III Transition from Territorial States to Emergence of Empires (Circa 600to Century  to 300 B. C): Rise of Mahajanapadas – Causes for Magadha’s Success;  Persian and Macedonian Invasions; Mauryan Empire: State, Imperial Administration, Economy, Ashoka’sDhamma, Art & Architecture, Significance & Downfall.
Unit – IV Conditions during 200 B. C to 300 A. D.: Central Asian Contacts – Kushanas – Aspects of polity, society, Economy, Religion, Art& Architecture; The Age of Satavahanas: Pattern of Administration – Social, Economic, Religious & Cultural Developments; Sangam Age: The Three Early Kingdoms (Chola, Chera& Pandya) – Society, Language & Literature.
Unit – V India between 300 A. D & 600 A. D.: The Rise and Growth of Guptas: Administration, Society, Economy, Religion, Art, Literature and Science & Technology – Decline.

 

References:

1 A.L. Basham, The Wonder That Was India
2 D.N.Jha, Ancient India
3 D.D.Kosambi, An Introduction to the Study of Indian History
4 D.P.Chattopadhyay, Science and Society in Ancient India
5 B.N.Mukherjee, The Rise and Fall of the Kushana Empire
6 K.A. NilakanthaShastri, A History of South India
7 R.C.Majumdar, K.K.Dutta&H.C.RoyChowdhuri (ed.), Advanced History of India
8 Kumkum Roy, The Emergence of Monarchy in North India: eighth to fourth centuries BC
9 RomilaThapar (et. al). India: Historical Beginnings and the Concept of the Aryan
10 M.L.K. Murthy, Pre-and Protohistoric Andhra Pradesh upto 500 B.C.,  New Delhi, 2003

 

Study Tour: Study tour to local museum or at least to nearby historical sites is to be conducted.

Students should be asked to prepare an inventory of items preserved in the museum and

their usage.

Students can be asked to create a calendar charting the dates of key events.  This can be

applied to an historical event or the sequence of events.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

I Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – II

Paper – II (Core Paper)

EARLY MEDIEVAL INDIAN HISTORY & CULTURE (600 A.D to 1526 A. D.)

(Indian History and Culture from 647 to 1526 A.D)

 

Unit – 1 Harsha & His Times: Administration, Religion – Hiuen Tsang -Polity, Society, Economy and Culture from 7th to 11th   Century A. D. under Chalukyas of Badami& Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi.
Unit – II Age of later Pallavas during 7th& 8th Centuries A. D.: Contribution to Cultural Development & Art & Architecture; The Chola Empire from 9th to 12 Century A. D.: Rise of the Empire, Administration and Cultural Life.
Unit – III Conditions in India on the eve of Turkish Invasions; Early Invasions: Traces of Arab Invasion, Ghazni&Ghori; Delhi Sultanate (1206 to 1290 A.D.) under Slave Dyanasty.
Unit – IV Delhi Sultanate (1290 to 1526 A.D.): Khaljis: Expansion & Consolidation, Administrative & Economic Reforms – The Tughlaqs  – Decline & Disintegration of the Delhi Sultanate;  Administration, Society, Economy, Technology, Religion, Art & Architecture under the Sultanate.
Unit – V Cultural Development in India between 13th& 15th Centuries A. D.: Impact of Islam on Indian Society and Culture – Bhakti and Sufi Movements – Emergence of Composite Culture.

 

References:

1 Basham, A.L (ed) A Cultural History of India
2 Champakalakshmi, R Trade, Ideology and Urbanization : South India 300 BC – AD 1300
3 Chandra, S History of Medieval India (800 – 1700)
4 Chattopadyay, B.D The Making of Early Medieval India. (Delhi, 1994)
5 Habib, Irfan, Medieval India: The Study of a Civilization
6 Habibullah, A.B.M, The Foundation of Muslim Rule in India
7 Kumar Sunil, The Emergence of the Sultanate of Delhi
8 Nizami, K.A. Some Aspects of Religion and Politics in India in the 13th c
9 K.A. NilakantaSastri, A History of South India from Prehistoric Times to the Fall of Vijayanagara
10 K.A.NilkantaSastri, The Cholas
11 Shireen Moosvi, The Economy of the Mughal Empire
12 Stein, B Peasant, State & Society in Medieval South India
13 Yazdani, G. (ed) The Early History of the Deccan
14 R.C.Majumdar, The Age of Imperial Kanauj

Project: Students may be asked to prepare a project on influence of Islam and Hinduism in their

respective areas.

Encourage students to write their autobiography or biography of their inspiringpersonalities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

II Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – III

Paper – III (Core Paper)

LATE MEDIEVAL & COLONIAL HISTORY OF INDIA (1526 to 1857 A. D.)

(History and Culture of India (1526 – 1857))

 

Unit – 1 India from 1526 to 1707 A. D.: Emergence of Mughal Empire – Sources, Conditions in India on the eve of Babur’s invasion, Brief Summary of Mughal Polity – Sher Shah & Sur Interregnum – Expansion & Consolidation of Mughal Empire – Rise of Marathas &Peshwas.
Unit – II Administration, Economy, Society and Cultural Developments under the Mughals – Disintegration of Mughal Empire.
Unit – III India under Colonial Hegemony : Beginning of European Settlements – Anglo-French Struggle – Policies of  Expansion – Subsidiary Alliance & Doctrine of Lapse – Consolidation of British Empire in India up to 1857 A. D.
Unit – IV Economic Policies of the British (1757-1857): Land Revenue Settlements – Commercialization of Agriculture – Impact of Industrial Revolution on Indian Industry ; Administration of the Company – Regulating Charter Acts; Cultural & Social Policies: Humanitarian Measures & Spread of Modern Education
Unit – V Anti-Colonial Upsurge –Peasant & Tribal Revolts – 1857 Revolt – Causes, Nature& Consequences.

 

References:

1 Bipan Chandra, Modern India
2 Bipan Chandra, Rise and Growth of Economic Nationalism in India
3 C.A.Bayly, Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire
4 HarbansMukhia, The Mughals of India
5 Irfan Habib, Medieval India: The study of a Civilization
6 L.P.Sharma, The Mughal Empire
7 R.P.Dutt, India Today
8 Sathis Chandra, Essays on Medieval Indian History
9 Tripathi R.P., The Rise & Fall of the Mughal Empire

 

Project Work: Students should be asked to identify structures belonging to Mughal period or

colonial period and present status.

Make students to create a collage or collection of images related to a topic.

Images can be hand drawn, printed, or clipped from a magazine or newspaper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

II Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – IV

Paper – IV (Core Paper)

SOCIAL REFORM MOVEMENT & FREEDOM STRUGGLE (1820 to 1947 A.D.)

(History and Culture of India (1857 – 1947))

 

Unit – 1 Social, Religious & Self-Respect Movements: Social & Cultural Awakening – Brahma Samaj, Arya Samaj, Theosophical Society, Ramakrishna Mission, Aligarh Movement – Emancipation of Women – Struggle Against Caste: JyotibaPhule, Narayana Guru, Periyar, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.
Unit – II Growth of Nationalism in the 2nd Half of 19th Century – Impact of British Colonial Policies under Viceroys’ Rule and the Genesis of Freedom Movement – Birth of Indian National Congress.
Unit – III Freedom Struggle from 1885 to 1920: Moderate Phase –– Partition of Bengal – Emergence of Militant Nationalism –Swadeshi & Boycott Movement – Home Rule Movement.
Unit – IV Freedom Struggle from 1920 to 1947: Gandhiji’s Role in the National Movement – Revolutionary Movement –Subhas Chandra Bose.
Unit – V Muslim League & the Growth of Communalism – Partition of India – Advent of Freedom – Integration of Princely States into Indian Union – SardarVallabhai Patel.

 

References:

1 Anil Seal, Emergence of Indian Nationalism
2 Banerjee, Sekhar, From Plassey to Partition
3 Bayly, C A., Indian Society and Making of the British Empire
4 Brown, Judith: Gandhi’s Rise to Power
5 Chandra, Bipan, et. al., India’s Struggle for Independence
6 Chatterjee, Jaya, Bengal Divided: Hindu Communalism and Partition 1932‐1947
7 Desai, A. R, : Social Background to Indian Nationalism
8 Dutt, R.P., India Today
9 Joshi, P.C., Rammohun and the Forces of Modernisation in India
10 Sarkar Sumit: Modern India 1885 to 1947
11 Stokes, Eric, Peasants and the Raj
12 R.C. Majumdar, The Struggle for Freedom, BharatiyaVidhyaBhavan Series

 

Project Work: As part of Internal Assessment, Project Work may be given on regional or local history related to culture, economy, struggles, land relations, cultural institutions and their influence on the society.

They can also be asked to create a play centered on any event in social reform movement or freedom struggle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – V

Paper – V (Core Paper)

AGE OF RATIONALISM AND HUMANISM

THE WORLD BETWEEN 15TH& 18TH CENTURIES

(History of Modern World (1453 – 1821 A.D))

 

Unit – 1 Feudalism -Geographical Discoveries: Causes – Compass & Maps – Portugal Leads and Western World Follows – Consequences;
Unit – II The Renaissance Movement: Factors for the Growth of Renaissance – Characteristic Features  – Transformation from Medieval to Modern World; Reformation & Counter Reformation Movements: The Background – Protestantism – Spread of the Movement– Counter Reformation– Effects of Reformation
Unit – III Emergence of Nation States: Contributory Factors – England and other Nation States – Impact due to the Emergence of Nation States.;Age of Revolutions: The Glorious Revolution (1688) – Origin of Parliament – Constitutional Settlement – Bill of Rights – Results.
Unit – IV Age of Revolutions: The American Revolution (1776) – Opening of New World – Causes – Course – Declaration of Independence, 1776 – Bill of Rights, 1791 – Significance.
Unit – V Age of Revolutions: The French Revolution (1789) – Causes – Teachings of Philosophers – Course of the Revolution – Results.

 

References:

1 Burke, Peter, The Renaissance
2 C.J.H. Hayes, Modern Europe up to 1870
3 C.D. Hazen, Modern Europe up to 1945
4 Christopher Hill, From Reformation to Industrial Revolution
5 Elton, G.R., Reformation Europe, 1517-1559
6 Ferguson, The Renaissance
7 Gilmore, M.P., The World of Humanism, 1453-1517
8 Hilton, Rodney, Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism
9 J.H.Parry, The Age of Renaissance
10 J.N.L. Baker, History of Geographical Discoveries and Explorations
11 The New Cambridge Economic History of Europe, Vol. I, VII.

 

Project Work: Individual or group projects may be presented by the students regarding preparation of bibliography on various topics.

Students should also be asked to construct glossaries to help them study and review lessons while helping them to understand a large array of vocabulary words.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – V

Paper – VI (Core Paper)

HISTORY & CULTURE OF ANDHRA DESA (from 12th to 19th Century A.D.)

(History and Culture of Andhra from Satavahanas to 1857 A.D)

 

Unit – 1 Andhra during 12th& 13th Centuries A.D.: Kakatiyas – Origin & its Antecedents – Administration – Social & Economic Life – Industries & Trade – Promotion of Literature and Culture – Architecture & Sculpture – Decline; The Age of Reddy Kingdoms: Patronage to Literature – Trade & Commerce.
Unit – II Andhra between 14th   & 16th Centuries A.D.: Vijayanagara Empire: Polity, Administration, Society & Economy – Sri Krishna Devaraya and his contribution to Andhra Culture – Development of Literature & Architecture – Decline and Downfall.
Unit – III Andhra through 16th& 17th Centuries A.D.: Evolution of Composite Culture – The QutbShahis of Golkonda – Origin & Decline – Administration, Society & Economy – Literature & Architecture.
Unit – IV The 18th& 19th Centuries in Andhra:  East India Company’s Authority over Andhra – Three Carnatic Wars – Occupation of Northern Circars and Ceeded Districts –Early Uprisings – Peasants and Tribal Revolts.
Unit – V The 18th& 19th Centuries in Andhra: Impact of Company Rule on Andhra – Administration – Land Revenue Settlements – Society – Education – Religion – Impact of Industrial Revolution on Economy – Peasantry & Famines – Contribution of Sir Thomas Munroe, C. P. Brown & Sir Arthur Cotton – Impact of 1857 Revolt in Andhra

References:

1 BalenduSekharam, The Andhras Through the Ages
2 K. Sathyanarayana, A Study of the History and Culture of Andhras
3 Mallampalli Soma SekharaSarma, History of the ReddiKindogms
4 K.A.N.Sastry, A History of South India
5 H.K.Sherwani, History of the KutubShahi Dynasty
6 P.R.Rao, History of Modern Andhra
7 KhandavalliLakxmiranjanam&BalenduSekharam, ఆంధ్రులచరిత్ర – సంస్కృతి
8 SuravaramPratap Reddy, ఆంధ్రులసాంఘీకచరిత్ర
9 B.S.L.Hanumanta Rao, ఆంధ్రులచరిత్ర
10 I.K.Sarma, Early Historic Andhra Pradesh,500 B.C.-624 A.D., New Delhi, 2008
11 B. Rajendra Prasad, Early Medieval  Andhra Pradesh, A.D.624 -1000 A.D., New Delhi, 2009
12 C. Somasundara Rao, Medieval  Andhra Pradesh, A.D. 1000 -1324 A.D., New Delhi, 2011
13 R. Soma Reddy,  Late Medieval  Andhra Pradesh, A.D. 1324-1724 A.D., New Delhi, 2014

Project Work: Students may be asked to identify families/ areas/ institutions/ personalities/ monuments related to freedom struggle and prepare dissertation under the guidance of a teacher so as to equip them with better understanding of society and historical processes. This exercise should also aim at exposing the spirit of research, analysis, criticism, innovation and invention among the students.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. HISTORY

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-(A) :: (Elective Paper)

HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE (from 19th Century to 1945 A. D.)

(History of Modern World (1821 – 1945))

 

Unit – 1 Industrial Revolution: Origin, Nature and Impact.
Unit – II Unification Movements in Italy & Germany and their Impact.
Unit – III Communist Revolution in Russia – Causes, Course and Results – Impact on World Order.
Unit – IV World War I: Age of Rivalry in Europe Between 1870 and 1914 – Results of the War – Paris Peace Conference – League of Nations.
Unit – V World War II: Causes, Fascism & Nazism – Results; The United Nations Organization: Structure, Functions and Challenges.

 

References:

1 J.A.Hobson, Imperialism: A Study
2 C.D. Hazen, Modern Europe up to 1945
3 H.A.L.Fisher, History of Europe
4 C.M.M.Ketelbey, A History of Modern Times
5 Grant and Temperley (ed), Europe in the 18th and 20th Centuries
6 David Thomson, Europe Since Napoleon
7 A.P.J.Taylor, The Struggle for Mastery in Europe
8 S.P.Nanda, History of Modern World
9 S.N.Dhar, International Relations and World Politics Since 1919

 

Project Work: Project work on the consequences of industrialization & globalization on society and economy should be given to students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-B ::  (Elective Paper)

HISTORY OF EAST ASIA (from 19th Century A.D.to 1950 A.D)

Unit – 1 Pre‐colonial China – The nature and structure of the traditional Chinese Society, Polity,  Economy;  Colonial Penetration in China  -Tribute system, Canton system and their collapse – Opium Wars and Treaties with imperialist powers and struggle for concessions in  China – Increasing western economic interests‐  Open‐Door Policy.
Unit – II Chinese Popular Movements with special reference to Taiping Revolt  – Cause, Nature & Legacy;  The Self‐Strengthening Movement – Boxer Rebellion and its consequences – Republican Revolution of 1911‐ Role of various social classes  – Sun Yat Sen.
Unit – III Nationalism and Communism in China – Emergence of the Republic and Yuan Shi Kai  – New Intellectual ideas and May Fourth Movement‐  Political crisis in the 1920’s‐  The first United Front‐ Kuomintang‐Communist Conflict‐ Ten years of Nanking Government – The Communist Party under Mao Tse Tung‐ Red Army‐  Long March‐  The Chinese Revolution (1949)‐ ideology, causes and significance ‐ the Establishment of the Peoples’ Republic of China.
Unit – IV Japan during Pre‐ Restoration Period – The Tokugawa Shogunate‐ Encounter with the West‐ the Perry Mission and the opening up of Japan to the West – The crisis and fall of Shogunate – Meiji Restoration (1867‐68) – Processes of modernization‐ social, military, political and educational –  Popular and Democratic Movements  – Meiji Constitution  – Rise of Political Parties.
Unit – V Economic Modernization –   Emergence of Japan as an Imperial Power – The Sino‐Japanese War – The Anglo‐Japanese Alliance – The Russo‐ Japanese War – World War I and after‐ Japan in the Pacific and the Washington Conference – Manchurian Crisis – Failure of the Democratic System and the Rise of Militarism in the1930’s and 1940’s  – Japan and the  World War II – Post War Japan under General MacArthur.

 

References:

1 Allen George – A Short Economic History of Modern Japan
2 Beckmann George M – Modernization of China and Japan
3 Beckmann George M ‐ The Making of Meiji Constitution
4 Bianco Lucian – Origins of the Chinese Revolution, 1915‐1949
5 The Cambridge History of Japan Vols V and VI
6 The Cambridge History of China Vol X
7 Chen Jerome – Mao Tse Tung and the Chinese Revolution
8 Fitzgerald C.P. – Birth of Communist China
9 Peffer Nathaniel – The Far East: A Modern History
10 Vinacke H – A History of the Far East in Modern times

Project Work: A project report on Sino-India Relations; Chinese economic leadership; Japan’s present status

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-(C) :: (Elective Paper)

CONTEMPORARY HISTORY OF THE WORLD (1945 to Circa 2000 A. D.)

 

Unit – 1 Debate on the origins of the Cold War – Emergence of Soviet and American economic and military alliances: NATO, WTO, IMF, World Bank, Warsaw, COMECON.
Unit – II USSR’s relation with the East European countries (1945‐64) – The US foreign policy in the Post war period: Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan.
Unit – III Disintegration of European Empires and the emergence of the Third World   – The Non‐Aligned Movement – Indo‐Pakistan relations – Liberation war of Bangladesh – The Liberation Struggle of Vietnam (1945‐54 and 1954‐1975) – Sino‐ Soviet relations – Sino‐ U.S. relations – SAARC.
Unit – IV Bi‐polarism and regional conflicts: War in Korea – Crisis in Cuba – Conflict in    the Middle East (Arab – Israel wars of 1948‐49,67, 1973) – Activities of P.L.O‐      Intifada – Gulf War of 1990‐91 –
Unit – V Reunification of Germany – The end of Socialist regime and the disintegration of USSR; The end of the Cold War – The onset of Globalization   – American Uni‐polarism and its significance for international politics.

 

References:

1 C.Brown&J.Mooney, Cold War to Détente 1945‐83
2 Chain Herzog, The Arab Israeli War
3 Eric Hobsbawm, Age of Extremes: The Short Twentieth Century 1914‐1991
4 H.Higgins, Vietnam
5 J.Bhagwati, In Defense of Globalization
6 J.N.Dixit, Across Borders: Fifty Years of Indian’s Foreign Policy
7 Karuna Kaushik, History of Communist Russia 1917‐1991
8 LipyongJ.Kim, The Strategic Triangle: China, the United States and the Soviet Union
9 O.Leorose and Richard Sisson, War and Secession: Pakistan, India and the creation of Bangladesh
10 M.Hastings, The Korean War

 

Project Work:  Project work on India’s foreign policies – Strengths & Challenges; Regional Cooperation; International Relations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-D (Elective Paper)

BASICS OF JOURNALISM

Unit – 1 Definition of Journalism – Nature and Scope – Principles and Functions – Mass Communication Media – Concept of Fourth Estate – Democracy and the Press – Freedom of Press – Limitation of Freedom.
Unit – II Early Forms of Mass Communication – Primitive Types of Journalism – Proclamations –War Reports in Medieval times – Significance of Print Revolution– Telegraphic Communication – Morse Code –Radio – Changes in Printing Techniques – Offset – DTP – Electronic Revolution – Digitalization – Online Journalism.
Unit – III Journalism in the Contemporary World- Press Commission of 1947 – Newspaper Magnates – Corporate Bodies – Commercialization – News Agencies – Reuters – AP, UPI, AFT etc.,. TV & Journalism.
Unit – IV Ideologies & the Press –Social Responsibility – Woman Issues –  Workers & Peasant Issues –  Politicization – Competition – Advertising and Journals – Cost of Production and Marketing – Sensationalisation – Networking.
Unit – V Beginnings of Indian Press – James Hicky – Early Publications from Bengal – Contents of early English Journals – Indian Vernacular Pres – Aims & Objectives of the early Newspapers – Development of Press after Independence

 

References:

1 Agee Ault & Emery, Introduction to Mass Communication
2 Asa Briggs, A Social History of Media From Gutenberg to the Internet
3 Gardiner Lambert, A History of Media
4 Kamat M V., Professional Journalism
5 Krishnamurthy N, Indian Journalism
6 Herman Edward and Nom Chomsky, The Political Economy of Mass Media
7 Raghavan G N S, The Press in India
8 Rivers Williams, Mass Media and Society

 

Project Work:  Students should be given assignment to collect news on important activities in their local areas and present reports.  They should also be asked to prepare reports on college level activities and approach the local reporters for the publication of the same.

Students can also be asked to create a questionnaire and survey in the locality to gather an understanding about thematic issues like water, sanitation, health for a presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-E :: (Elective Paper)

HISTORICAL APPLICATION IN TOURISM

Unit – 1 Tourism: Definition, Nature and Scope, Concepts- History of Tourism and its Development-  Motivations for Travel-Types of Tourism – Components of Tourism
Unit – II Social and Economic significance of Tourism  – Tourism  as an Industry – Components of Tourism Industry – Attractions, Transport, Accommodation, Shopping, Entertainment, Hospitality, Airlines, Travel Agencies – Impact of Tourism on Physical Environment.
Unit – III History as Tourism product- Archaeological and Historical Monuments –Ajanta, Ellora , Sanchi,  Amaravati, Nagarjunakonda, Mahabalipuram, Kanchi, Badami,  TanjavurBrihadisvara temple,  Puri, Ramappa temple, Alampur, Halebid,  Mukhalingam, Tadiparti, Hampi.
Unit – IV  Cultural and Pilgrimage Tourism- Fairs and Festivals-  Ajmir, Amruthsar,  Madhurai, Mount Abu, Warangal, Goa, Mahanandi, Tirupati, Lepaskhi, Simhachalam; Kuchapudi dance, Khajuraho Festival,  JagannathRathayatra, Flamingo Festival.
Unit – V Field Trip & Viva-voce: It would be compulsory for the students to attend the field trip to the tourist centers/ historical monuments and submit a comprehensive Report to the Department. The Viva – Voce would be based especially on field trip of tourist centers / historical monuments in surrounding areas.  The Viva – Voce will be of 10 marks, and Tour Report should be evolved for 15 marks.

 

References:

1 Lucas Jr., H. C. Information Technology for Management, McGraw Hill, 2005
2 Shobita Chopra, Tourism and Development in India, New Delhi, 1992
3 Singh Ratandeep : Handbook of Environmental Guidelines for Indian Tourism
4 Bhatia, A.K., Tourism Development  Principles and Practices, New Delhi, 1983
5 Bhatia, A.K., Tourismin India, New Delhi
6 VirendraKaul, Tourism and the Economy, New Delhi, 1994
7 Gopal Singh, The Geography of India ,  Delhi ,1988
8 Ghulam Yazdan,  The Art and Architecture of Deccan
9 Burkart A.J. and Medlik , Tourism: Past Present & Future : (London, Heinemann)
10 M.P. Bezbaruah,  Tourism : Future Challenges and Opportunities.
11 John Anderson, Catalogue and Handbooks of the Archaeological Collections in the Indian Museum, 2 Volumes
12 Seth P.N. Successful Tourism –Planning and Management,  New Delhi, 1987
13 Allchin F.R.   Cultural  Tourism in India; Its scope and Development, New Delhi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII-F :: (Elective Paper)

 

MODERN TECHNIQUES IN ARCHAEOLOGY

 

Unit – 1 Dating Techniques in Archaeology – Relative Techniques – Stratigraphy – Absolute Dating Methods – Carbon 14 – Fluorine – Potassium Argon – Limitations of Carbon 14.
Unit – II Dendrochronology – Pollen Analysis – Petrology – Thermo Luminescence – Typology – Terracotta, Metallic, Stone, Sarcophagi.
Unit – III Post Excavation Activities – Collection and Classification of Artefacts – Field Laboratory – Services of Curator – Preservation of the Finds – Preparation and Publication of Archaeological Report.
Unit – IV  Conservation & Exhibition of Artefacts – Methods of Conservation – Organic Objects – Various kinds of Metallic Objects – Need and Importance.
Unit – V Recent Trends in Indian Archaeology – Underwater Archaeology – Indian Institute of Oceanography, Goa – Recovery of Submerged Sites – Dwaraka – Environmental Archaeology.

 

References:

1 Atkinson R.J.C., Field Archaeology
2 Chakrabarti D.K., Theoretical Perspectives in Indian Archaeology
3 Rajan K., Archaeology, Principles and Methods
4 Raman K.V., Principles and Methods in Archaeology
5 Paddya K., The New Archaeology and Aftermath
6 Rao, S. R., Dwaraka Excavations

 

Study Tour: Study tour to archaeological sites & museums at least to nearby historical sites is to be compulsorily undertaken.  Students should be asked to prepare notes on the objects, how they are collected and maintained in the museums.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VIII-A-1 (Cluster Elective Paper –1)

CULTURAL TOURISM IN ANDHRA PRADESH

 

Unit – 1 Concepts of Tourism: Nature – Scope – Definition – Tourists & Excursionists – Domestic & International Tourists.
Unit – II Types of Tourism: Heritage Tourism – Pilgrimage Tourism – Recreation Tourism – Sports & Adventure Tourism – Advance Tourism – Health Tourism – Environment Tourism.
Unit – III History and Tourism – Heritage Sites – Definition – Ancient Monuments Preservation Act of 1904, Act of 1958 and Act of 1972 – Archaeological Survey of India – Stage Museums.
Unit – IV Planning and Development of A.P. Tourism: APTDC – Aims & Objectives – Fairs & Festivals – Andhra Cuisine –Restaurants – Eco Tourism – Beaches & Hill Resorts – Mountaineering – Tourist Places in A.P.
Unit – V Modalities of Conducting Tourism: Field Work – Visit to a Site – Conduct of Research – Preparation of Project Report

 

References:

1 APTDC Publications
2 Ashorth G.J, Marketing in Tourism Industry
3 Bhatia A.K., Tourism Development
4 Clare, Gunn, Tourism Planning
5 Khan, Nafees A, Development Tourism in India
6 Krishna K Karama, Basics of Tourism
7 Marrison A.M, Hospitality and Travel Marketing
8 RangaMukesh, Tourism Potential in India
9 Sarkar H, Museums and Protection of Monuments and Antiquities in India
10 Vijayalaxmi K.S., History of Tourism

 

Field Trip: Compulsory field trip to destinations of architectural, archaeological, historical and cultural importance is to be conducted.  Students should be made to prepare detailed reports on the hand-on experience they gained in such trips.

Students should be encouraged to create blogs for local site seeing places and to write and organize articles on those spots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VIII-A-2 (Cluster Elective Paper 2)

POPULAR MOVEMENTS IN ANDHRA DESA (1848 TO 1956 A.D.)

(History and Culture of Andhra from 1857 to 2014)

 

Unit – 1 Social & Self Respect Movements: Social Conditions –KandukuriVeeresalingam, Raghupathi Venkata Rathnam Naidu, GuruzadaApparao, Komarraju Venkata Laxmana Rao; New Literary Movements: Causes – RayaproluSubbarao, ViswanathaSathyanarayana, GurramJashua, BoyiBheemanna, SriSri – Impact.
Unit – II Freedom Movement in Andhra (1885-1920): Contributory Factors – Vandemataram Movement – Swadeshi & Boycott programs – Glorious Events at Rajahmundry, Kakinada, Kotappakonda& Tenali – Home Rule Movement in Andhra.
Unit – III Freedom Movement in Andhra (1920-1947): Non-Cooperation Movement – ChiralaPerala, Palanadu&Pedanandipadu Activities – Alluri Seetarama Raju &Rampa Revolt (1922-24) – Anti-Simon Commission Movement – Civil Disobedience Movement – Quit India Movement.
Unit – IV Movement for Separate Andhra State (1953): Causes – Andhra Maha Sabha – Andhra Provincial Congress Committee – Andhra University – Conflict between Coastal Andhra &Rayalaseema – Sri Bagh Pact – Constitution of Committees & their Contribution – Martyrdom of PottiSriramulu – Formation of separate Andhra State.
Unit – V Movement for formation of Andhra Pradesh (1956): VisalandhraMahasabha – Role of Communists – States Reorganization Committee – Gentlemen’s Agreement – Formation of Andhra Pradesh.

 

References:

1 B. Kesava Narayana, Political and Social Factors in Modern Andhra
2 K.V.Narayana Rao, The Emergence of Andhra Pradesh
3 M. Venkata Rangaiah, The Freedom Struggle in Andhra Pradesh
4 P.R.Rao, History of Modern Andhra
5 SarojiniRegani, Highlights of Freedom Movement
6 SarojiniRegani, ఆంధ్రలోస్వాతంత్ర్యోద్యమచరిత్ర
7 V. Ramakrishna, Social Reform Movement in Andhra
8 B. Kesava Narayana, Modern Andhra & Hyderabad – 1858 – 1956 A.D., 2016

 

Project Work: With the aim of understanding of techniques and methods of research and presentation, students should be encouraged to draft a report on local writers, struggles, human rights movements, different types of social discrimination etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VIII-A-3 (Cluster Elective Paper – 3)

COMTEMPORARY HISTORY OF ANDHRA PRADESH (1956-2014)

 

Unit – 1 Socio-Economic Changes in Andhra Pradesh – River Projects & Infrastructural Development – Education & Scientific Progress – Regional Politics – Emergence of Telugu Desam Party.
Unit – II Growth of Leftist Ideology – Marxist & Radical Literature – Naxalbary Movement –   Communist Activities – Electoral Politics – Present Status of Communist Movement.
Unit – III Dalit Movement – Understanding Untouchability – Education – Literature – Struggle for Identity – Demand for Political Space.
Unit – IV Early trends towards Bifurcation: Jai Telengana Movement (1969) – Mulki Rules – Legal Battle – Jai Andhra Movement (1972) – Six Point Formula (1973).
Unit – V Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh: Power Politics – Economic Discontentment – Riparian Disputes –  Unemployment –Foundation of Telangana RastraSamiti – Movements for separate Telangana & unified Andhra Pradesh – Formation of Telangana State (2014)

 

References:

1 Barry Pavier, The Telangana Movement – 1944-51
2 Chinnayya Suri, Agrarian Movement in Andhra, 1921-71
3 K. Ramachandra Murthy, Unveiling Telangana State
4 P.R.Rao, History of Modern Andhra
5 S. Ratnakar, A Brief History of Telangana & Andhra Pradesh
6 Sri Krishna Committee Report
7 TarimelaNagireddy, India Mortgaged
8 Y.V.Krishna Rao, Growth of Capitalism in Indian Agriculture: A Case Study of A.P.
9 KattiPadmarao, దళితదర్శనం
10 Y. Chinnarao, దళితఉద్యమచరిత్ర
11 News Paper Clippings (2001-2014)

 

 

Project Work: Students may be asked to prepare assignments on local caste struggles; regional disparities; aspirations; recent developments etc., through interviews and verifying press reports.

 

 

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COURSE: B. A. HISTORY (CBCS)MODEL QUESTION PAPER & PATTERN

Max. Marks: 75                                                        Time: 3 hrs

SECTION A                                    (Total: 20 Marks)

Matching (5 Marks: 5 x 1)

A   B
1 (        ) A
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3 (        ) C
4 (        ) D
5 (        ) E

Multiple Choice (5 Marks: 5 x 1)

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SECTION B  (Total: 3×5=15 Marks)

(Answer any three questions. Each answer carries 5 marks

(At least 1 question should be given from each Unit)

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SECTION C                                   (Total: 3×15 = 45 Marks)

(Answer any three questions. Each answer carries 15 marks

(At least 1 question should be given from each Unit)

 

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Max. Marks: 75                                                        Time: 3 hrs

 

SECTION A                                    (Total: 20 Marks)

 

Matching (5 Marks: 5 x 1)

A   B
1.      Servants of Indian Society

సర్వెంట్స్అఫ్ఇండియన్సొసైటీ

(        ) a.       V.D.Savarkar

వి. డి. సావర్కర్

2.      Home Rule League

హోంరూల్లీగ్

(        ) b.      Subash Chandra Bose

సుబాష్చంద్రబోస్

3.      Gaddhar Party

గద్దర్పార్టి

(        ) c.       LalaHardayal

లాలహర్దయాల్

4.      Free Indian Society

ఫ్రీఇండియన్సొసైటీ

(        ) d.      Gokhale

గోఖలే

5.      Indian National Army

ఇండియన్నేషనల్ఆర్మీ

(        ) e.       Anne Besant

అనిబెసంట్

 

Multiple Choice (5 Marks: 5 x 1)

 

1.      When did Portuguese rule came to end in India?

మనదేశమునపోర్చుగీసుపాలనఎప్పుడుఅంతమయ్యెను?

   a.1612 b.      1947 c.       1962 d.      1565

 

2. Battle of Baxar took place in the year ____.

బక్షార్యుద్ధo జరిగినసంవత్సరం _____ .

a.       1526 b.      1556 c.       1757 d.      1764

 

 

 

 

3. First Viceroy of India was ——.

ఇండియాప్రధమవైస్రాయ్ఎవరు?

a.       Canning

కానింగ్

b.      Rippon

రిప్పన్

c.       Lytton

లిట్టన్

d.      Curzon

కర్జాన్

 

 

    4. Who wrote the book ‘My Experiments with Truth’?

‘My Experiments with Truth’అనుగ్రంధముమురచించినదిఎవరు?

a.       Sardar Patel

సర్దార్పటేల్

b.      Sarojini Naidu

సరోజినీనాయుడు

c.       Rajaji

రాజాజీ

d.      M.K.Gandhi

M K గాంధీ

 

5.IndividualSathyagraha was started in the year —-.

వ్యక్తిసత్యాగ్రహంజరిగినసంవత్సరం —–.

a.       1940 b.      1942 c.       1943 d.      1946

 

Fill in the Blanks (5 Marks: 5 x 1)

 

1. First Governor of Portuguese Company was ——–.

పోర్చుగీసుకంపనీమొదటిగవర్నర్ఎవరు?

2. ——  gave the title ‘Raja’ to Ram Moham Roy.

రామమోహనరాయ్కు ‘రాజా’ అనుబిరుదుఇచ్చినది —–.

3. —— wrote the book ‘Annihilation of Caste’.

‘కులనిర్మూలన’ పుస్తకరచయిత —-.

4. Salt Sathyagraha started from this area —-.

ఉప్పుసత్యాగ్రహంఇక్కడనుండిప్రారంభంఅయ్యింది —-.

5. —– is called as ‘Frontier Gandhi’.

——– ని ‘సరిహద్దుగాంధీ’ అంటారు.

 

SECTION B  (Total: 3×5=10 Marks)

 

(Answer any three questions. Each answer carries 5 marks

మూడుప్రశ్నలకైనజవాబులువ్రాయండి. ప్రతిజవాబుకు5 మార్కులు)

1. Give a brief account of Permanent Revenue Settlement.

శాశ్వతభూమిశిస్తుసంస్కరణగురించిక్లుప్తంగావివరించండి.

2. Narrate the contribution of William Bentinck in India.

భారతదేశంలోవిలియంబెంటింక్యొక్కకృషినితెలుపండి.

 

3. Write short notes on Brahma Samaj.

బ్రహ్మసమాజంగురించిక్లుప్తంగావివరించండి.

4. Describe Home Rule Movement.

హోంరూల్ఉద్యమంగూర్చివ్రాయండి.

5 What were the causes for the downfall of Mughal empire?

మొఘల్సామ్రాజ్యపతనమునకుగలకారణములుఏవి?

6 Describe the conditions in India during Moghal rule.

మొఘల్కాలమునాటిభారతదేశపరిస్థితులనువర్ణించండి.

 

 

 

SECTION C                                   (Total: 3×15 = 45 Marks)

(Answer any three questions. Each answer carries 15 marks

మూడుప్రశ్నలకైనజవాబులువ్రాయండి. ప్రతిజవాబుకు15 మార్కులు)

1. How did Robert Clive establish British rule in India?

మనదేశమునరాబర్ట్క్లైవ్ఏవిధముగాఆంగ్లరాజ్యస్తాపనచేసెనోతెలుపండి?

2. Give an account of main features of Regulating Charter Acts.

రేగులేటింగ్చార్టర్చట్టాలముఖ్యఅంశాలనువివరించండి.

3. What were the reasons and results of 1857 revolt?

1857 తిరుగుబాటుకారాణాలు, ఫలితాలువివరించండి.

4. Describe the reforms of Rippon.

రిప్పన్యొక్కసంస్కరణలనువర్ణించండి.

5. Explain the role played by Gandhiji in freedom struggle.

స్వాతంత్ర్యోద్యమoలోగాంధీజీపోషించినపాత్రఎట్టిది?

6. Why is SardarVallabhai Patel called as Builder of Modern India?

నవభారతనిర్మాతఅనిసర్దార్వల్లభాయ్పటేల్నుఎందుకుఅంటారు?

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Syllabus for B.A.THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSE

in TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

FIRST SEMESTER

PAPER-101 CONCEPTS OF TOURISM

 

 

Unit-I

 

  • Definition of Eco Tourism-its meaning, nature and scope
  • Leisure, recreation tourism and their interrelationship.
  • Concept of tourism resources- attraction, product , market, industry and destination in the context of tourism
  • Components and elements of tourism: Intermediaries and suppliers
  • The tourism system
  • Types and typologies of tourism

 

Unit – II

 

  • Travel and tourism through the Ages: Early Travels, ‘Renaissance’ and Age of Grand Tours’; Emergence of modern tourism, concept of “Paid holiday”
  • Tourism motivations
  • Factors affecting growth and development of international and national Tourism
  • Concept of push and pull factors in Tourism
  • Impacts of Industrialization and Technological Advancements on tourism industry

 

 

Unit – III

 

  • Tourism  infrastructure  – Types, Forms and Significance
  • Accommodation: Forms and types
  • Transport Sectors : Modes of Transport and relative significance
  • Other support infrastructures required for tourism

 

Unit – IV

 

  • Concept of demand and supply in tourism
  •  Unique features of tourist  demand
  • Constraints in creating ideal destination

 

Unit – V

 

  • Economic impacts of Tourism : income and employment , multipliers of tourism, balance of payments, foreign exchange etc.
  • Socio-cultural impacts of tourism: cultural exchange among  nations and international understanding
  • Impacts of tourism on ecology and environment.

 

 

REFERRED BOOKS

 

  1. Chottopadhyay, K. (1995): Economic Impact of Tourism Development; An

Indian Experience, Kanishka Publishers, Delhi.

  1. Cooper, C, Fletcher, J, Gilbert, D and Wanhill, S. (2002): Tourism: Principles and

Practice, Addison Wesley Longman Publishing, New York , USA

  1. Kamra  &  Chand (2002) :Basics of Tourism, Theory Operation and Practice ; Kanishka Publishers, New Delhi-02
  2. Kamra, Krishna. K(2001) : Economics of Tourism; Pricing , Impacts, Forecasting; kanishka punlishers, New Delhi-02
  3. Mishra, S.N;Sadual S, K(2008) : Basics of Tourism Management, Excel Books, New Delhi – 28
  4. Prasad, V V V and Sundari V B T(2009) : Travel and Tourism Management, Excel Books, New Delhi-28
  5. Raj.K. (2002) : Modern Dictionary of Tourism, Ivy  Publishing House, Delhi -95
  6. Seth, P.N.Bhat, S. (1993) : An Introduction  to Travel and Tourism, Starling publishers, New Delhi
  7. Krishnan, K.K. (2001) : Managing Tourist Destination: Development, planning, marketing, policies, Kanishka publishers  Distributors, New Delhi – `110002
  8.  Bhatia, A.K.(1991) : Tourism Development :Principles and practices, Starling publishers Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi
  9. Negi , J. (2003): Travel Agency Operation: Concepts and Principles, Kanishka Pblishers Distributors, New Delhi- 110002
  10. Dr.V.B.T Sundari .(2012) Travel and Tourism Management (book in Telugu)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

Second semester

Paper – 201 Tourism Resources of Andhra Pradesh

 

Unit – 1 Andhra Pradesh – Physical Background and Natural tourism resources

  • Andhra Pradesh – Physical Background , climate, Natural vegetation , Drainage system & Transport  and communication

Unit – II

 

  • Historical Religrous Resources  of Andhra Pradesh  Historical Tourism Resources, Monuments Museums  Historical sites art and architecture archaeological and rain sites of Andhra Pradesh Religious  Tourism Resources shrines, centers fairs  & festivals

 

Unit – III 

 

  • Cultural Tourism Resources of Andhra Pradesh , Cultural Tourism Resources,  Tribes of A.P-in hilly regions and coastal regions, Tribal culture, dance & Music. Handicrafts, handloom cuisine, dress etc

 

Unit –IV

  • Natural Tourism resources: National Parks, wild life sanctuaries, birds sanctuaries  hill stations, river & river islands, lakes, waterfalls-Ananthagiri, Araku valley, Horsely Hills; Beaches-Visakhapatnam, Bheemunipatnam, Manginapudi

 

Unit V

 

  • Eco Tourism in Andhra PradeshEco Tourism & its prospects.
  • Tyda jungle bells; Kambalakonda- Eco tourism projects
  • Heritage circuit Tours in A.P.-Visakhapatnam circuit, Nagarjunasagar-Amaravati; Tirupati-Chandragiri-Sri Kalahasti

 

Referred Books:

 

  1. B.Rajendra Prasad., Art of south India Andhra Pradesh
  2. Comprehensive History of Andhra Pradesh volumes I to V
  3. VBT Sundari & V.V. Vara Prasad., Bharatiya Samskriti-Paryatakaramgam, 2012

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

THIRD SEMESTER

Paper- 301 Tourism Policy, Planning and Development

Unit – I: Introduction to Planning                                                                      

  • Concept, definition, nature and process of planning , Types of planning
  • Importance of planning in tourism,  tourism, planning approach
  • Steps in tourism planning
  • Factors influencing in tourism planning

 

Unit- II: Approaches of planning in tourism                        

  • Planning approaches for different forms of tourism: Eco tourism, urban tourism, Rural Tourism
  • Planning for the development  of a tourist destination
  • Impacts of unplanned tourism development on a tourist destination

 

Unit- III Planning for Tourism in India                                   

  • Tourism Policy of India: study about the plans and policies of the govt. of India for the development of tourism sector
  • National Action plan for tourism (NAPT) 1992: Objectives and strategies.
  • Andhra Pradesh  govt. Policy on the development of tourism in the state

 

Unit- IV

  • Study of climatic, drainage, transport availability maps (road, air, Water, railway) of Andhra Pradesh
  • Tourist map design: maps showing national parks and wildlife  sanctuaries; cultural, historical and religious tourist  spots with their transport  connectivity

 

Unit- V

  • Preparation of brochure of a native tourist destination or a poster of a theme event and a festival calendar of the locality/area
  • Assessment of tourism facilities and services at local level and preparation of a report thereof

 

REFERRED BOOKS

  1. Inskeep, E. (1991): Tourism Planning: An Integrated and Sustainable Development Approach, van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.
  2. Mukhopadhyay, S (2007) : Tourism Economics, ANE Books New Delhi-02
  3. K.K. (2000): Planning For Tourism.
  4. J.K. (2000): Tourism. Planning & Dev
  5. Sinha, R.K.(1996):Tourism: Strategies, Planning & Development.
  6. UNWTO (2001): National and Regional Tourism Planning : Methodology and Case Studies: Thomson Learning, UK

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 401 Travel Management

Unit – I Travel Organization

 

  • Organization and Functions of UNWTO, TAAI, IATO, IATA and PATA
  • Case studies of Travel agency and Tour operators: Thomas Cook, SITA, TCI

 

 

Unit – II Understanding of Travel Agency and Tour Operator            

 

  • Travel Agency and Tour Operation Business: Definition  and differentiation, types, forms of organizations
  • Genesis and growth of travel agency and tour operator business
  • Functions of a travel agency: travel information, documentation, tour counseling, ticketing, reservation and itinerary, immigration related services, etc.
  • Functions of tour operators: Negotiation and liasioning with principles, tour package formulation, pre-tour arrangements, tour operations and post-tour management
  • Source of income of travel agency and tour operator: commission, service charges and mark up on tours

 

 

Unit-III Approval, Travel Formalities and Tour Package Designing  

 

 

  • Entrepreneurship and tourism
  • Procedure for setting up of Travel Agency and Tour Operating Enterprises; Their role in development of tourism industry
  • Approval from Dept. of Tourism ( DOT) , International Air Transport Association ( IATA)
  • Travel Formalities : Passport, Visa and Health Regulation along with travel documents required for visiting NE region of India: Restricted Area Permit (RAP)  and Inner Line Permit (ILP)
  • Tour Packaging: definition , types and designing tour package; Tourist Guide: definition, types, duties and responsibilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit –IV

 

  • Introduction to internet; Accessing Web Sites; E-mail, Sending and Receiving, e-mail Subscription, Search Engines, Searching through various Search Engines, Chatting, Access to Sites; Online Messages etc.

 

 

Unit- V

 

  • Designing of Tourist itinerary: Project work on preparation of a tourist itinerary/tourist broacher/information leaflet with the help of incorporating the important destinations Andhra Pradesh.

 

REFERRED BOOKS

 

  1. Bhatia, A.K (1991): Tourism Development: Principles and Practices, Starling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi
  2. Bhattachararya, P. (2004): Tourism in Assam,  Trends and Potentialities, Bani Mandir, MMC Bhawan, Ghy -3
  3. Mandal, V.K.(2008): Travel and Transport  Agency, Cyber Tech Publication, Ansari  Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi
  4. Negi, J. (1998): Travel Agency & Tour Operation,  concept and Principles, Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, New Delhi -02
  5. Negi, K.S.(2011): Travel Agency Management, Wisdom Press, New Delhi – 02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

FIFTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 501 Tourism Management

 

Unit I: Fundamentals of Management

 

  • Meaning, concept and characteristic of management
  • Nature of management: Management as a science, arts, and as a profession
  • Functions of management and their relevance in tourism industry: planning, organizing, directing, controlling, staffing, coordinating
  • Types of management: operative and administrative management

 

Unit II: Importance of Management Functions in Tourism

 

  • Planning: Nature, type, steps, process and levels of planning, importance of planning in tourism development
  • Organising: Principles of organizing, span of management and levels of authority strategies for improving the human resources through organizing in tourism
  • Staffing: Steps and process of staffing, sources of recruitment in tourism, importance of training and development of the human resources in tourism
  • Controlling: Concept and process of controlling g, control mechanism for measuring the performance and corrective actions, control techniques
  • Directing: Principles of directing, problems in human relations, motivation of the workforce of the tourism organization and the strategies for establishing healthy human relationship
  • Co-ordinating: Meaning, nature and importance of co-coordinating, difference between co-ordination and co-operation types of co-coordinating: among individual, organization, and its importance tourism
  • Managing risks, managing events in tourism management

 

Unit III: Tourism Organisations: Inter-governmental & National

 

  • Inter-governmental organizations and tourism industry: co-ordination of the tourism industry with government departments viz., Tourism, Civil aviation, Transport, Forest, Archaeology, Culture, Museum, Health, etc., Role of State Tourism Development Corporation in the development of tourism in respective state
  • National Tourism Organizations: Organization like NTO, ITDC, FHRAI, TAAI and their role

 

Unit – IV International tourism organizations

 

  • International tourism organizations: Role of the international organizations like UNWTO, IATA, PATA, ICAO etc in the promotion and development in tourism worldwide.

Unit V: Destination Management:

  • The Tourist Destination
  • Management of the Destination: Maintaining the infrastructure, environmental quality preservation of attractions through tourism
  • Future of the destination: increasing competitiveness for globalization and satisfying the tourist needs

REFERRED BOOKS:

Agarwal, R D, (2008): Organization and Management, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi-08

Foster, D. (1985): Travel and Tourism Management, Macmillan Press Ltd., London.

Kotaler, P. (2001): Tourism and Hospitality Management, Pearson Education, India

Kotahri, Anurag (2011): A Textbook of Tourism Management, Wisdom Press, New Delhi-02

Kumar, Akshay (1997): Tourism Management, Commonwealth Publishers, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-02

Negi, K.S. (2011): Travel Agency Management, Wisdom Press, New Delhi-02

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

FIFTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 502 Tourism Resources of India

 

Unit I: Knowledge of history and its importance in tourism

 

  • Brief outline of Indian history in ancient, medival and modern period and growth and development of travel related activity.
  • British rule and genesis of modern tourism in India

 

Unit II: Historical, Cultural and Religious tourism resources of India

 

  • Art and architecture of tourism significance
  • World Heritage monuments and other prominent monuments of India
  • Cultural tourism resources: Indian Classical dances and Folk dance forms, Music and Musical instruments, art and handicraft, fairs and festivals – religious and socio-cultural
  • Religious tourism resources: Major religions of India-Hinduism, Islam, Christian, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism and study of the famous shrines/centers of the major religions of India

 

Unit III: Natural Tourism Resources of India

 

  • Brief study of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries, Bird Sanctuaries, tiger and crocodile project sites of India
  • Major hill stations, Islands, River and River Islands of India
  • Important Sea Beaches of India – Mumbai, Puri, Goa, Chennai, Trivandrum and Kerala
  • Adventure Sports: Existing trends and places of importance for Land based, water based and aero based adventure sports of India

 

Unit IV: Catalyst of Tourism Development in India

 

  • Tourism promotional festivals of India
  • Museum and art galleries of India
  • Tourist Trains in India – Places on Wheels, Heritage on wheels, Royal Orient Express, Deccan Odyssey, Fairy Queen, Metro trains and Hill trains of India

 

 

 

Unit – V Important tourism Circuits

  • Golden triangle – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, Southern triangle Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuram and Madurai, Buddhist circuit – Lumbinie, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagpur and Green triangle – Guwahati, Shillong and Kaziranga, Bhubaneswar, Puri – Konark
  • Important hotel chains in India

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

  1. Acharya, R. (1986): Tourism & Cultural Heritage of India, ROSA Publication, Jaipur
  2. Harle, J.C. ( 1994       ): The Art and Architecture of Indian Sub Continent
  3. Hussain, A.A. (1987): The national culture of India, National Book Trust, New Delhi
  4. Jocob, R., Joseph, S., Philip, A. (2007): Indian Tourism Practices, Abhijit Publications
  5. Percy, B. ( 1940      ): Indian Architecture – Hindu and Buddhist Period
  6. Mukerjee, R.K. ( 1984) : The Culture and Art of India
  7. Raina, A.K. Raina, C.L, (2005): Fundamentals of Tourism and Indian Religion, Principles and Practices, Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, New Delhi-02
  8. Sharma, U. (2008): Festivals in Indian Society, Mittal Publication, New Delhi-02
  9. Singh, A. : Cultural Tourism in India
  10. Singh, R. : Dynamics of Historical Cultural & Heritage Tourism
  11. H.C. (1998): Hill Tourism Planning & Development
  12. V B T Sundari – Bharatiya Sanskruthi Paryataka Rangam, 2012

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

SIXTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 601 Tourism Marketing

 

Unit I: Understanding of Marketing

 

  • Marketing: Concept and definition and its significance in tourism industry
  • Basic concept of need and want; demand, product, service, market and sales
  • Significance of service and characteristics of service marketing, differentiation of product marketing and service marketing
  • Defining marketing mix, the 8 P’s of marketing mix

 

Unit II: Market Research

 

  • Understanding of marketing research, concept of primary data, secondary data, qualitative and qualitative data and marketing information system (MIS) and its function
  • Consumer and consumer behavior, Factors influencing the buying behavior of consumers
  • Market segmentation and bases for segmenting consumers markets, targeting and positioning and market strategies

 

Unit III: Marketing Mix in Tourism Industry

 

  • Product: Definition and levels, nature of tourism product, stages of launching a new product, product life cycle (PLC)
  • Branding concept and need of branding of a product for a tourism company
  • Pricing: Definition and influencing factors: Major pricing strategies for products of tourism industry
  • Communication: Concept and purpose of communication for an organization, process of communication, barriers of effective communication

 

 

Unit – IV Promotion and Distribution

 

  • Promotion: Major tools of Promotion Mix – Word-of-Mouth Information, Advertising, Sales promotion, public relation, personal and social selling; Importance of Advertising in Tourism, Selection of message and media, Media timing
  • Distribution: definition, factor influencing in distribution policy, distribution system, the role of Travel Agency and Tour Operator as intermediaries of Tourism Industry

 

Unit V: Destination Marketing

 

  • Necessary attributes for a ideal tourist destination, Destination life cycle, Marketing strategy for promotion and development of a tourist destination

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

  1. Bisht, S.S. (2010): Tourism Marketing, Market Practices in Tourism Industry, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt., Ltd. New Delhi-02
  2. Holloway, J.C., Plant, P.V. (1988): Marketing for Tourism, Pitman Publishing, London
  3. Jha, S.M. ( 2011 ): Tourism Marketing
  4. Kotler, P, Brown, J & Makens, J (1996): Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, USA, NJ-07458
  5. Maclean, H. (1984): Marketing Management (Tourism in your Business), Canadian Hotel and Restaurant Ltd.
  6. McCarthy, E.J. (1960): Basic Marketing – A management approach
  7. Stephan, F.et el ( 1995): Tourism Marketing and Management Handbook, Prentice Hall
  8. Wahab, S.G. (1976 ): Tourism Marketing, Tourism International Press, London
  9. Woodruffe, H. (1997): Service Marketing, Macmillan India Ltd., Ansari Road, Darayaganj, New Delhi-02

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

SIXTH SEMESTER

Paper – 602 Eco-Tourism and Sustainable Development

B.A. TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

SIXTH SEMESTER

Paper-602 ECOTOURISM

Unit I – Definition of Ecotourism-Basic principles of Ecotourism-Forms of Ecotourism in India: Rural Tourism; Agro Tourism; wildlife Tourism; Eco Treks; Green Tourism; Special interest Tourism; Benefits of Ecotourism.

 

Unit II – Eco-system and its types-Aquatic ecosystem; Arctic Tundra; Boreal forest; Urban ecosystem. Ecological imbalance-Need to restore and conserve ecosystem; Importance of Travel literature in Ecotourism.

 

Unit III-Impacts of Ecotourism: Positive and Negative; Links between Eco-tourism and Enviroonment; Impacts on Wildlife; Birds; fresh water ecosystems; Marine environments; Soils; Vegetation; Local people; Displacement of people; Threats to indigenous cultures. Managing impacts of Ecotourism-Community involvement-Educating people, Conservation of cultural and historical heritage.

 

Unit IV – Ecotourism destinations-diverse country-diverse peoples; Need for responsible travel and tourism; Objectives of Ecotourism Society of India – Concept of carrying capacity- Sustainable development-Planning of Eco-tourism destinations

 

Unit V – Field Study: Student has to submit project report based on field study: Practical aspects of ecotourism-Planning trips- travel and on-site training-Issues and Prospects of Eco-Tourism in Andhra Pradesh State.

 

Books for consultation:

  1. Parikshit Singh Manhas ed. Sustainable and Responsible Tourism: Trends, Practices and Cases, 2012
  2. Prabhas Chandra, Global Eco Tourism: Codes, Protocols, & Charters, 2003.

3.Priyan C, Oomman, Global Tourism Directory of India, 1989

  1. Ralf Buckley, ed. Environmental Impacts of tourism, Oxford, 2004

5 Govinda Prasad et.al., Eco Tourism and Environmental Management, 2007

6 David B Weaver, Eco Tourism, 2008

  1. Ralf Buckley., Eco Tourism: Principles and Practices, 2008
  2. Honey, Martha., Eco Tourism and Sustainable Development: who Owns Pradise ? 2nd edition 2008

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

FIFTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 503  TOURISM GEOGRAPHY

 

Unit – I

Importance of Geography in Tourism Latitude, longitude, International Data line How to read maps. Timezones, Time differences G.M.T. variations

 

Unit – II

Major Tourist Attractions around the world North America, South America Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia

 

Unit – III

Elements of weather and climate Itinerary Planning by Air Factors affecting global and regional tourist movements

Unit – IV

Physical Geographical features of India Mountains, Rivers, Plains, Coastal Areas Deccan Plateau , Lakes, Desert

Unit –V

Tourism network map

Maps of India showing major tourist circuits Project report on selected Indian states Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka Madhya Pradesh.

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

  1. Burton Rosemary – The Geography of Travel & Tourism 1998
  2. Boniface B & Cooper. C – The  Geography of Travel and  Tourism, 2005
  3. Robinson H.A – A Geography of Tourism, 1976

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

FIFTH SEMESTER

Paper – 504  Accommodation Management – I

 

Unit –I

Introduction to Hotels , Accommodation Industry Types of Hotels-International Hotels-resort Hotels, commercial Hotels; Residential Hotels; supplementary accommodation-Youth Hostels, Motels, Camping sites, Bed and Breakfast establishments

 

Unit –II

Evolution of  lodging industry , Importance and Role of Hotels in Tourism

 

Unit –III

Rating of Hotels , Stars – Hotel Chains ITDC, Welcome, Taj group .Oberoi Hotels

Unit –IV

                Marketing of Hotels

Meaning and concept of Hospitality Marketing – importance, its future.

Unit –V

Great leaders in hospitality Ellsworth Statler, Ralph Hitz, J. Willard Marriot , Marketing Mix  Hotel Market & new trends

 

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

  1. Dennis Foster –An Introduction to Hospitality
  2. PhilipKotler, Bowen, Makens – Marketing of Hospitality and Tourism, 2013
  3. M. Lauren & J.C.Branson – Hotel, Hostels and Hospital housekeeping

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

SIXTH SEMESTER

 

Paper – 603  PACKAGE TOURS.

 

Unit – I

Definition of tour package, types, forms of Package tours Product oriented package tours special interest Tours.

Unit – II

Planning for a tour package components of a tour package Factors in tour packaging design

Unit – III

Steps in Tour Package Designing Destination survey, seasonal consideration confidential tariff, seasonal consideration confidential tariff arrangements payment procedures, etc limitation of a package tour

Unit – IV

Itinerary preparation – necessary requirements do’s and don’ts of itinerary preparations costing, quotation, tariff, commissions & other remunerations of tour operation

Unit –V

Tour operation Documentation Hotel & Airline Vouchers, Pax docket , daily sales record, AGT statements communication for Reservation & cancellation importance and significance of credit cards .

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

  1. Foster D.L. The Business of travel Agency operation and Tour Management
  2. Negi. J.M.S – Travel Agency & Tour  Operations
  3. Susan Webstar – Group travel Operating Procedure
  4. A.K Bhatia, the Business of Travel Agency and Tour Operations Management, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

SIXTH SEMESTER

Paper – 604  Accommodation Management. II

 

Unit –I

Key departments in a Hotel front Office Management Advantages ,Formalities and formats

Unit – II

Types of rooms and plans – Organization chart and duties and responsibilities qualities of front Office staff

Unit – III

House Keeping Introduction to House keeping – importance of house keeping department; Organizational Chart and the duties and responsibilities .

Cleaning – different equipments & agents Daily routine systems, Laundry, linen & uniform, interior decoration, special decoration.

Unit-IV

Food & Beverage Service introduction to food & Beverage service Types of Services – menus, idea about Beverages- Alcoholic & Non- Alcoholic

Unit –V

Food Production Introduction – Hierarchy, Idea about different cuisines- national and international – Specific Menus

 

REFERRED BOOKS:

 

 

  1. Krishna Arora- Theory of Cookery, 2008
  2. T.E. Philip- Modern Cookery val I&II, 1965
  3. Denislilicrap- Food & Beverage Service 2006
  4. Michael L. Kasarana & Richard Books – Managing Front office operations, 2006.

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

First Semester

Paper 101 Concepts of Tourism

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Define tourism and write its meaning
  • What are the different types of tourism?
  • Write the concept of Paid Holiday
  • Explain the impact of industrialization on tourism industry
  • Write the different forms of Tourism infrastructure
  • Mention the various modes of transport
  • Examine the relation between tourism and ecology
  • What are the cultural benefits of tourism?

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Examine the nature and scope of tourism.

Or

  1. b) Explain the component and elements of tourism.

10)  a) Write the factors affecting growth and development of modern tourism.

Or

  1. b) Examine the impact of Technological advancement on tourism industry.

11)  a) Describe the forms and types of Accommodation.

Or

  1. b) Write about the significance of transport sector in tourism.

12)  a) Explain the unique features of tourist demand.

Or

  1. b) What are the constraints in creating ideal destination?

13)  a) Examine the economic impacts of tourism.

Or

  1. b) Write the social benefits of tourism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Second Semester

Paper 201 Tourism Resources of Andhra Pradesh

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Write about the Physical features of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Name the hill stations of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Describe the Buddhist Monuments of Andhra Pradesh.
  • What are the major pilgrimage centers of Andhra Pradesh?
  • Explain the dance forms of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Examine the Historical Monuments in Visakhapatnam
  • Write the role of festivals in tourism
  • What is meant by sustainable tourism development?

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Describe the climate of Andhra Pradesh

Or

  1. b) Examine the Natural Tourism resources of Andhra Pradesh.

10)  a) Explain the role of Monuments in promoting tourism in Andhra Pradesh

Or

  1. b) Describe the major festivals of Andhra Pradesh.

11)  a) Examine the fairs and festivals of tribes in Andhra Pradesh.

Or

  1. b) Write an Essay on Andhra Cuisine.

12)  a) Write about the Religious Tourism resources of Visakhapatnam

Or

  1. b) Explain the Cultural Tourism resources of Visakhapatnam.

13)  a) Describe the growth of eco tourism in Andhra Pradesh

Or

  1. b) Write an essay on the prospects of eco tourism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Third Semester

Paper 301 Tourism Policy, Planning and Development

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Define Planning and write its nature.
  • What is the importance of planning in Tourism
  • Write the impacts of unplanned tourism development.
  • What are the objectives of National Action Plan for Tourism 1992
  • Describe the available road transport facilities in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Name the wild life sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh
  • What is the difference between a brochure and a poster?
  • How do you assess the tourism facilities?

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Describe the process and types of planning

Or

  1. b) Write the steps in tourism planning

10)  a) Explain the planning approaches for rural tourism

Or

  1. b) Examine the planning process for the development of a tourist destination

11)  a) Examine the plans and policies of the government of India.

Or

  1. b) Describe the tourism policy of Andhra Pradesh government.

12)  a) Explain the climatic conditions of Andhra Pradesh

Or

  1. b) How do you show historical and religious tourist spots in a map?

13)  a) Examine the preparation of tourist brochure.

Or

  1. b) Write a report on the assessment of tourism services at local level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Fourth Semester

Paper 401 Travel Management

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Describe the functions of UNWTO
  • Write a note on Thomas Cook
  • Define Travel Agent and Tour operator
  • Name the sources of income for Travel Agent
  • Examine the different kinds of VISAS
  • What is meant by Restricted Area Permit
  • List the different types of package tours
  • What do you understand by Tourist itinerary

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Write the organization and functions of TAAI

Or

  1. b) Examine the functions of IATA.

10)   a) Explain the genesis and growth of travel agency

Or

  1. b) Describe the functions of Travel Agency

11)   a) Examine the various steps in setting up a travel agency

Or

  1. b) What are the duties and responsibilities of a tourist guide?

12)   a) Explain the significance of internet in today’s tourism.

Or

  1. b) What are the various search engines?

13)   a) Write an essay on the preparation of a tourist brochure

Or

  1. b) Design an itinerary connecting the Buddhist sites of Coastal Andhra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Fifth Semester

Paper 501 Tourism Management

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Write the meaning and concept of Management
  • What are the types of Management
  • Describe the importance of Planning in Tourism Development
  • What are the problems in Human Relations
  • Name the different inter governmental organizations in tourist organization
  • Examine the role of ITDC in tourism
  • What is the organization of ICAO
  • Explain the features of a tourist destination.

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Describe the nature of management

Or

  1. b) Write the functions of management

10)  a) Explain the significance of organizing in tourism

Or

  1. b) What are the risks in managing events in tourism management?

11)  a) Describe the role of state tourism development corporation in the development of tourism

Or

  1. b) Examine the role of N T O in the development of tourism

12)  a) What are the functions of UNWTO?

Or

  1. b) How PATA works in the promotion of tourism development

13)  a) How do you manage infrastructural facilities at a tourist destination?

Or

  1. b) Assess the effects of globalization on a tourist destination.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Fifth Semester

Paper 502 Tourism Resources of India

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Write the importance of knowledge of history in tourism
  • Name the Chinese travelers who visited India
  • List the classical dance forms of India
  • Mention the famous Jain shrines in India
  • Write about Project Tiger
  • What are the land based adventure sports
  • Name the major art galleries in India
  • Write about Palace on Wheels

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

 

  • a) Describe the growth and development of travel related activity in ancient India

Or

  1. b) Trace the origin of modern tourism in India

10)  a) Describe the significance of World Heritage Monuments in Tourism

Or

  1. b) Explain the fairs and festivals of India

11)  a) Write an essay on Wild Life Sanctuaries of India.

Or

  1. b) What are the existing trends in adventure sports in India?

12)  a) Write about tourism promotional festivals of India

Or

  1. b) Write the significance of museums in tourism

13)  a) Describe the Golden triangle in North India

Or

  1. b) Write an essay on Buddhist circuit in India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Fifth Semester

Paper 503 Tourism Geography

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Write about latitude and longitude
  • What is the importance of Greenwich Mean Time
  • Mention any two tourist attractions in North America
  • Explain the elements of weather
  • Name the major rivers in India
  • Describe the climate of Deccan plateau
  • What are the major temples in Andhra Pradesh
  • Mention the important forts of Rajasthan

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Examine the importance of geography in tourism

Or

  1. b) Describe the time zones and time differences

10)   a) Describe the major tourist attractions of Western Europe

Or

  1. b) Write an essay on the tourist places in Asia

11)   a) Explain the planning of itinerary by air

Or

  1. b) Examine the factors affecting global and regional tourist movements

12)  a) Describe the physical features of India

Or

  1. b) Explain the significance of Himalayas in Tourism

13)  a) Describe the tourist resources of Karnataka

Or

  1. b) Write about the major tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Fifth Semester

Paper 504 Accommodation Management I

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • What do you understand by the word hotel
  • Write the importance of accommodation industry
  • Examine the need of lodging industry
  • Write a note on Taj group of hotels
  • Describe the major hotel chains in India
  • Write the concept of hospitality
  • Write the contributions of Ralf Hitz to Hotel Industry
  • Write the features of hotel market

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Write an essay on traditional hotels

Or

  1. b) Explain the different forms of supplementary accommodations

10)  a) Explain the evolution of lodging industry

Or

  1. b) Describe the role of hotels in tourism

11)  a) Mention the features of Heritage hotels

Or

  1. b) Examine the contribution of ITDC in hotel industry

12)  a) Write the importance of Marketing in hotel industry

Or

  1. b) Discuss the future of accommodation industry in India

13)  a) Explain the concept of marketing mix in hotel industry

Or

  1. b) Describe the services of Ellsworth Stalter to hotel industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Sixth Semester

Paper 601 Tourism Marketing

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Define Marketing
  • Write the difference between product marketing and service marketing
  • What do you understand by market research
  • Who are the consumers in tourism
  • Describe the branding concept
  • What is the importance of communication in tourism
  • Name the major tools of Promotion in tourism
  • Write about the features of ideal tourist destination

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

 

  • a) Describe the significance of service and characteristics of service marketing

Or

  1. b) Define Marketing Mix. Write the 8 P’s of Marketing Mix

10)  a) Describe the factors influencing the buying behavior of consumers

Or

  1. b) Examine the significance of market segmentation

11)  a) Explain the nature of tourism product

Or

  1. b) Mention the factors influencing pricing in tourism industry

12)  a) Write about the importance of advertising in tourism

Or

  1. b) Examine the role of travel agency in tourism industry

13) a) What are the marketing strategies for promoting a tourist destination

Or

  1. b) Describe any ideal tourist destination in India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Sixth Semester

Paper 602 Eco Tourism

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Define Eco tourism
  • What do you understand by green tourism
  • Write the relationship between tourism and environment
  • Name the eco tourism destinations in Andhra Pradesh
  • Write about Sustainable Development
  • Describe the ethical aspects of Tourism
  • Write the significance of Rio Declaration
  • Write the role of tourist in protecting environment

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Explain the growth of Eco tourism.

Or

  1. b) Write about special interest tourism

10)  a) Examine the need to restore ecological balance.

Or

  1. b) Mention the key steps to maintain Eco friendly tourism.

11)  a) Describe the planning of eco tourism destinations

Or

  1. b) Explain the role of community involvement in conserving cultural heritage.

12)  a) Examine the significance of responsible travel and tourism.

Or

  1. b) Describe the concept of carrying capacity of a tourist destination with examples.

13)  a) Write a report on any Eco friendly tourist destination in India

Or

  1. b) Trace the relationship between Tourism and sustainable development

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Sixth Semester

Paper 603 Package Tours

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Define tour package
  • Write the importance of package tours
  • Mention the types of Package tours
  • What are the limitations of a Package Tours
  • Write the do’s and don’ts of itinerary preparation
  • Describe any package tour offered by APTDC from Visakhapatnam
  • What are the required documents in Tour operation
  • Write the meaning of Pax docket

 

 

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

 

  • a) Describe the forms of Package tour

Or

  1. b) Explain special interest tours with examples

10)  a) What are the components of a tour package

Or

  1. b) Mention the factors in Tour packaging design

11)  a) Describe the steps in tour packaging design

Or

  1. b) Explain the confidential tariff arrangements

12)  a) Mention the necessary requirements for itinerary preparation

Or

  1. b) Describe the commissions and other remunerations of tour operation

13)  a) Explain the communication for reservation and cancellation

Or

  1. b) Write the importance of credit cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model Paper

Sixth Semester

Paper 604 Accommodation Management II

 

Max Marks- 75

Time 3hrs

 

Section – A

 

Answer any FIVE of the following questions:  5×5=25

 

  • Write the importance of reception in a hotel
  • Mention the key departments in hotel
  • How many types of rooms are there in a hotel
  • Write the significance of organization chart
  • Write the meaning of house keeping
  • Name the different cleaning agents
  • Mention the importance of menus
  • List the non alcoholic beverages

 

 

 

Section – B

 

Answer the following questions: 5×10=50

 

  • a) Write the advantages of front office

Or

  1. b) Mention the formalities and formats in a hotel

10)  a) Write the duties of front office staff

Or

  1. b) Explain the qualities of front office staff

11)  a) Write the importance of house keeping department

Or

  1. b) Describe the features of interior decoration in a hotel

12)  a) What are the services rendered by food and beverage department

Or

  1. b) Describe the various types of beverages in a hotel

13)  a) Explain the hierarchy in food production

Or

  1. b) Write about South Indian cuisine.

 

 

 

 

 

TIME TABLE- 2018-19: (I,III,V SEMESTERS)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY and TOURISM

 GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM.

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM.

Day / Period 1st

 

2nd

 

3rd

 

  4th

 

5th

 

 

6th

10am-11am 11am-12noon 12noon-1pm 1pm-2pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-4pm  

 

4pm-5pm

 Monday III HEP II HEP III TGE   I HEP    
III TGE   I TGE III HEP II TGE  
Tuesday III TGE II HEP III HEP I HEP    
III HEP   II TGE III TGE    
Wednesday III HEP I HEP   III TGE  
I TGE III TGE III HEP    
Thursday II HEP I HEP   III HEP  
II TGE I TGE III TGE  
Friday II HEP III HEP   I HEP  
II TGE III HEP I TGE  
Saturday II HEP III HEP III HEP  
III TGE I TGE   II TGE III HEP  

 

 

 

 

LECTURER – WISE TIME TABLE : 2018-19

TEACHING STAFF:

  1. SRI. N. CHINNA RAO – I HEP, II HEP, III HEP & III TGE
DAY I

 

10.00-11.00AM

2

 

11.00-12.00PM

3

 

12.00-1.00PM

 

 

L

 

U

 

N

 

C

 

H

4

 

2.00-3.00 PM

5

 

3.00-4.00PM

MONDAY III HEP II HEP III TGE I HEP
TUESDAY III TGE II HEP III HEP I HEP
WEDNESDAY III HEP I HEP III TGE
THURSDAY II HEP I HEP III HEP
FRIDAY II HEP III HEP I HEP
SATURDAY II HEP III HEP III HEP

 

 

  1. SRI. T. JOHN KAMALAKAR –   I  TGE, II TGE, III TGE & III HEP
DAY I

 

10.00-11.00AM

2

 

11.00-12.00PM

3

 

12.00-1.00PM

 

 

L

 

U

 

N

 

C

 

H

4

 

2.00-3.00 PM

5

 

3.00-4.00PM

MONDAY III TGE I TGE III HEP II TGE
TUESDAY III HEP II TGE III TGE
WEDNESDAY I TGE III TGE III HEP
THURSDAY II TGE I TGE III TGE
FRIDAY II TGE III HEP I TGE
SATURDAY III TGE I TGE II TGE III HEP

 

HISTORY DEPARTMENT ACTION PLAN

 

  1. To conduct monthly tests, assignments for assessing the performance of the students

and identify academically background students.

 

  1. To provide remedial coaching and help students to improve their understanding.

 

  1. To provide carrier guidance to students at higher studies, employment and self

employment opportunities.

 

  1. To conduct seminars and encourage students to present papers on important topics.

 

  1. To encourage students to improve their communication skills along with reading and

writing skills.

 

  1. To conduct Quiz, Elocution and Debates etc..

 

  1. Arrange field trips of Tourist important places to create awareness among the

students.

 

  1. To arrange Seminars extension Lectures and Guest Lectures by Eminent persons.

 

  1. Necessary guidance to face common entrance tests like AUCET, ICET, APPSC

POSTS, BANK TESTS and other competitive examinations.

 

  1. To enlighten the students against the age old super stations and customs and also

blind faiths.

 

  1. To inculcate ethical values in the hearts of students by giving moral teaching and

medication.

 

  1. To conduct blood donation camps for the sake of public.

 

  1. To celebrate the WORLD TOURISM DAY for create awareness among students on

Tourism.

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY.

Toppers List of Last Three Years

 

2017-18

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 S1500102007 G.Someswara Rao HEP 8.38 I
2 S1500102008 Ch.Hari Krishna HEP 8.04 II

 

2016-17

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 1500102008 D.SuryaTeja Swaroop .

HEP

7.27 I
2 1500102023 S.Tirupathi HEP 6.76 II

 

2015-16

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 1400102021 K.Gowri Sankar HEP 7.32 I
2 1400102039 P.John HEP 7.28 II
3 1400102036 P.Govinda Rao HEP 7.22 III

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM.

Toppers List of Last Three Years

2017-18

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 S1500115002 D. KARISHMA TGE ‘O’
02 S1500115017 K. SRINIVASA RAO TGE ‘O’
03 S1500115001 B. PRASANTHI TGE ‘A’

 

2016-17

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 1500115004 L.BHARGAV NAIDU TGE O
02 1500115002 G.ALEKHYA TGE A
03 1500115003 K.SURESH TGE A

 

2015-16

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 1400115008 T.SWATHI TGE     A
02 1400115009 T.SIVA TGE     A
03 1400115006 S.PARVATHI TGE     B

 

PRATHIBHA AWARD WINNERS IN UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS

 

2017-18

 

S.NO

 

ACADEMIC YEAR

 

NAME OF THE STUDENT

 

HALL TICKET NO.

 

CASTE

 

GRADE

01 2017-18 D. KARISHMA S1500115002 BC-A ‘O’
02 K. SRINIVASA RAO S1500115017 BC-B ‘O’
03 B. PRASANTHI S1500115001 ST ‘A’

 

 

2016-17

 

S.NO

 

ACADEMIC YEAR

 

NAME OF THE STUDENT

 

HALL TICKET NO.

 

CASTE

 

GRADE

01 2016-17 L.BHARGAV NAIDU 1500115004 B.C-A ‘O’

 

 

 

2015-16

 

S.NO

 

ACADEMIC YEAR

 

NAME OF THE STUDENT

 

HALL TICKET NO.

 

CASTE

 

GRADE

01 2015-16 S.PARVATHI 1400115006 ST ‘B’

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 

RESULT ANALYSIS – B.A FINAL YEAR

 

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
1 2012-13 29 29 100
2 2013-14 36 34 94
3 2014-15 40 22 55
4 2015-16 41 13 56
5 2016-17 31 28 90.32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

 

INTERNET FACILITY ‘e’ LEARNING

 

 

 

S.No. ADDRESS OF THE WEBSITE

 

 

1 http://www.historydiscussion.net

 

2 http://www.mhrd.gov.in/ e-contents

 

3 http://www.crl.du.ac.in>social science resources

 

4 http://www.besthistorysites.net>india

 

5 http://www.history.ac.uk>ihr>web

 

6 http://www.indianhistoryonline.com

 

7 http://www.associatesdegree.com

 

8 http:// guides.lib.udel.edu

 

9 http://rustinlibrary.weebly.com>best-websites

 

10 http://www.instr.iastate.libguides.com>c.php

 

11 http://www.clearias.com>indian-history

 

12 http://www.ancient.eu>india

 

13 http://www.unishivaji.ac.in>distedu>SIM2013

 

14 http://www.igntu.ac.in>MA_AIHC_syllabus
15 http://www.insa.nic.in>IJHS

 

 

16 http://www.scribd.com>document

 

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Best  & Innovative Practices

 

2017-2018

The History department conducted a historical tour to visit Danthapuri, one of the Buddhist Site belongs to 2nd Century. A.D. to understand the ancient Buddhist culture through their art and architecture.

2016-2017

The History department conducted a historical tour to visit Salihundam, one of the Buddhist Site belongs to 2nd Century. A.D. to understand the ancient Buddhist culture through their constructions of Viharas and Stupas. ( art and architecture.)

 

 

2015-2016

The History department conducted a historical tour to visit the ancient temple, Srikurmam and arrange a work shop to decipher the temple inscriptions by the students

 

 

 

 

Seminars / Workshops / Guest Lectures Organised in the last 3 Years.

 

2017-2018

 

S.No Name of Guest Lecturer Topic No. of students attended.
01 Ch. Krishna Rao,

Lecturer in History , Government Degree College for Women. Srikakulam.

Freedom Struggle in India.(1905 to 1920 A.D) 45
02 K. Rama Jogi Naidu,

Lecturer in History , Government Degree College for Women. Srikakulam.

Ancient India- Buddhism 40
03 U. Prathista,

Lecturer in Tourism, Government Degree College for Women. Srikakulam.

Types of tourism and scope and nature. 35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016-2017

S.No Name of Guest Lecturer Topic No. of students attended.
01 K. Kondala Rao, IIS

Field and Publicity Officer,

Srikakulam District.

Job opportunities of Tourism 45
02 K. Rama Jogi Naidu,

Lecturer in History , Government Degree College for Women. Srikakulam.

Ancient India- Jainism a contribution to Indian Culture. 40

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

S.No Name of Guest Lecturer Topic No. of students attended.
01 K. Kondala Rao, IIS

Field and Publicity Officer,

Srikakulam District.

Potential industry of Tourism in India. 47
02 Dusi.Dharma Rao,

INTACH Convener

Srikakulam District.

Buddhist Sites in Srikakulam and its importance. 50

 

Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular Activities of Students

 

2017-2018

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 Quiz General Studies 50
02 Essay writing Freedom struggle in India. 40
03 Elocution Survival of Democracy – contemporary world. 38
04 Educational Tour Araku valley 62

 

2016-2017

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 Quiz General Science and Geography. 43
02 Essay writing Origin of NOTA in Indian election system 35
03 Debate Andhra Pradesh state bifurcation 38
04 Educational Tour BojjannaKonda at Anakapalli 58

 

2015-2016

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 Quiz Indian Politics and Modern Andhra Pradesh History. 49
02 Essay writing 60 years of independence of India 41
03 Elocution Reservation system in Indian constitution. 46
04 Educational Tour Bhimili and Visakhapatnam. 65

 

Tourism Department

Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular Activities of Students

 

2018-2019

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 World Tourism Day celebrations “Tourism and Cultural Protection” 48

 

World Tourism Day celebrations on 27th Oct, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-2018

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 World Tourism Day celebrations “Tourism and Cultural Protection” 48
02 Educational Tour Araku valley 62

 

2016-2017

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 World Tourism Day celebrations “ Sustainable Tourism – a tool for development” 49
02 Educational Tour Borrah Caves 65

 

 

2015-2016

S.No Name of the Event Topic No. of students Particpated
01 World Tourism Day celebrations “ Tourism for all- promoting Universal Accessibility” 47
02 Educational Tour Bhimili and Visakhapatnam. 65

 

 

 

 

Buddhist Site at Thotlakonda in Visakhapatnam District

Visited Bhawanapaadu (Old Shipyard) in Srikakulam District.

Visited Danthapuri Buddhist site in Srikakulam District.

Visited Salihundam Buddhist Museum in Srikakulam District.

Visited Kailasagiri at Visakhapatnam.

Visited Dutch Cemeteries at Bheemili in Visakhapatnam District.