DU Syllabus 2020: The officials of the Academic Council and the Examination Branch decides the course curriculum and the syllabus of the University of Delhi. Therefore, the students who are already pursuing any course must check the DU CBCS Revised Syllabus from the official website. Also, the candidates can download the PDF of the Syllabus from the direct links given in this article. Candidates can see DU Syllabus 2020 Download for UG and other courses. Also, the officials have given the DU Revised Syllabi for the B.com Pass course. Therefore, the students who are enrolled in the course can check the DU JAT Syllabus from the official website.

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DU Syllabus 2020-21

Delhi University has revised the syllabus for its undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The new syllabus will be effective from the current session. Check details below. Because knowing the DU Syllabus BA Program or of any course is very important before taking the admission. The University has released the revised DU syllabus for its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on its official website. The revised DU syllabus will come into effect from the academic session 202021. The syllabus has been revised for various faculties like Commerce & Business Studies, Applied Social Sciences & Humanities, Music & Fine Arts, Science, Inter-disciplinary & Applied Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Arts, Social Science, Cluster Innovation Centre, Law, Management Studies, Education, and Medical Sciences.

How to Download DU Syllabus?

The academic council of University of Delhi conducts a written entrance exam for the admission. Therefore, the students who are applying for the admission must check the DUET Syllabus and exam pattern of the entrance test. The candidates who are going to give the entrance examination for various courses can download the DU Syllabus BA LLB from the official website of the university. However, we have given direct links to download the syllabus for some courses. Now let us look at the procedure to download the syllabus for an entrance exam or semester exam of DU. Candidates must follow the below-given steps to download the syllabus by following the below-given steps:

  • First of all the applicant must visit the official website of DU
  • After that they need t go to the “Academics” section and click on the same icon.
  • From the options, one has to select “Course Syllabus”
  • In the new page, the candidates can see a list of courses and their syllabus in pdf format
  • Candidates have to click on a particular course and in this way they can download the pdf of the syllabus.
  • The pdf gets saved on the computer and the student can check the syllabus anytime he/she wants.
  • Keep the soft copy of the syllabus for future reference because the link to download gets deactivated at the end of each academic year.

Delhi University Semester Exam Syllabus

The students who are studying any degree course from DU must sit fro the semester Regular Course exam. Therefore, the constituent colleges of DU conduct the theory examination for every course at the end of each academic year/ semester. So, the students who are already pursuing the course need to appear in the written examination in order to obtain the degree of their program. The academic council uploads the DU Syllabus CBCS on its official website. Candidates can download the syllabus from the official website of the university/college. However, they can also download the same from the links given in the description box below. Here is the syllabus of various Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses offered by DU.

DU Syllabus PDF Download

The students who are pursuing any degree course from the Delhi University can download the PDF of the syllabus. Therefore, for the ease of the candidates, we are giving a list of courses and the syllabus details. The students who are pursuing any degree course from the university must download a copy of the syllabus. The official website shows candidates can download the DU Syllabus CBCS PDF from the links given in the table below. DU students can check the revised syllabus of DU 2019 for various graduate and postgraduate courses below:

FacultyCourses and syllabus
Commerce & Business StudiesDepartment of Commerce

Master of Commerce (MCom)

Master of Business Administration (International Business) MBA(IB)

Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Development) MBA(HRD)

Department of Financial Studies

Master of Business Administration (Finance) (MBA) (Finance)

Applied Social Sciences and Humanities
MBA (Business Economics)
Music & Fine ArtsDepartment of Music

M.A. Hindustani Music (Vocal/Instrumental-Sitar/ Sarod/ Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor)

M.A. Karnatak Music (Vocal/ Instrumental (Veena/ Violin)

M.A. Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/Pakhawaj)

ScienceDepartment of Anthropology

MSc Anthropology

MSc Forensic Science

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research

MSc Biomedical Science Course

Department of Botany

M.Sc. Botany

Department of Chemistry

M.Sc. Chemistry

Department of Environmental Studies

M.A./M.Sc. Environmental Studies

Department of Geology

M.Sc. Geology

Department of Physics & Astrophysics

M.Sc. Physics

Department of Zoology

M.Sc. Zoology

Department of Home Science

M.Sc. Food and Nutrition

M.Sc. Human Development and Childhood Studies

M.Sc. Development Communication and Extension

M.Sc. Resource Management and Design Application

M.Sc. Fabric and Apparel Science

Post-Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition – PGDDPHN

Post-Graduate Diploma in Health and Social Gerontology – PGDHSG

Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya National Institute for Persons with Physical Disabilities (Divyangjan)

Master in Prosthetics and Orthotics (MPO) two year duration (Annual)

Bachelor in Prosthetics and Orthotics (BPO) 4½years duration (Annual)

Introduction of new course curriculum of Part Time Bachelor in Prosthetics and Orthotics condensed course (only for three batches) two years duration (Annual) excluding internship

Inter-disciplinary & Applied Sciences
Department of Bio-Chemistry
M.Sc. Biochemistry
Department of Electronics
Master of Science (Electronics)
Department of Genetics
Master of Science (Genetics)
Institute of Informatics & Communication (IIC)
Master of Science in Informatics (M.Sc. Informatics)
Department of Plant Molecular Biology
Master of Science in Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (PMBB) course
Department of Microbiology
Master of Science in Microbiology
Department of Biophysics
M.Sc. Biophysics
Mathematical SciencesDepartment of Mathematics

M.A./M.Sc. Mathematics

Department of Operational Research

Master of Operational Research course (MOR)

Department of Computer Science

Master of Computer Applications

M.Sc. Computer Science

MCS-210 (Deep Learning)

MCA-526 (Deep Learning)

MCA-Deep Learning MCA-410

Department of Statistics

M.A./M.Sc. Statistics

ArtsDepartment of English

M.A. English

Department of Persian

M.A. Persian

Department of Hindi

M.A. Hindi

Department of Psychology

M.A. Psychology

M.A. Applied Psychology

Department of MIL & Literary Studies

M.A. in Tamil

Masters  in Bengali

M.A. in Comparative Indian Literature

Department of Philosophy

M.A. Philosophy

Department of Germanic & Romance Studies

M.A. in Italian Studies

Master of Arts in French Studies

M.A. in German Studies

Masters in Hispanic Studies

Department of Slavonic & Finno Ugrian Studies

M.A. Russian

Department of Library & Information Science

Post-Graduate courses B.LISc. and M.LISc

Department of Urdu

M.A. Urdu

Department of Arabic

M.A. Arabic

Department of Sanskrit

M.A. Sanskrit

Department of Buddhist Studies

M.A. Buddhist Studies

Department of Punjabi

M.A. Punjabi

Department of Linguistics

M.A. Linguistics

Social ScienceDepartment of Adult Continuing Education & Extension

M.A. Lifelong Learning & Extension

Department of East Asian Studies

M.A. East Asian Studies

Department of Geography

M.A. Geography

Department of History

M.A. History

Department of Political Science

M.A. Political Science

Department of Social Work

M.A. Social Work

Department of Sociology

M.A. Sociology

Department of Economics

M.A. Economics

Cluster Innovation Centre
Cluster Innovation Centre
M.Sc. (Mathematics Education)
LawBachelor of Law (LL.B.)

LL.M. (2 year/3year)

Management StudiesMaster of Business Administration (MBA) (Full Time)

Master of Business Administration (Health Care Administration)

Master of Business Administration (Executive)

Mathematical SciencesDepartment of Mathematical Sciences

B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics

B.Sc. (Programme) Physical Sciences/Mathematical Sciences

B.A. (Programme) Mathematics based papers

B.Sc. (Programme) Analytical Chemistry

Generic Elective (GE) for Honours Courses

Generic Elective (GE) for B.A./ B.Com. Courses

Department of Statistics

B.Sc. (Hons.) Statistics

B.A. (Programme) Statistics based papers

B.Sc. (Programme) Mathematical Sciences

Department of Computer Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science Programme

B.Sc. Programme Physical/ Mathematical Sciences

B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in Computer Application

General Electives for Hons./ Non-Hons. Programs

Department of Operational Research

O.R. papers for B.Sc. Mathematical Sciences

O.R. papers for B.A. Programme

General Elective courses for BA (Hons.)/ B.Com (Hons.)/B.Sc. (Hons.)

Faculty of Commerce & Business Studies
Department of Commerce
B.Com. (Hons)
B.Com. (Pass)
B.A. (Programme) Commerce based papers
Faculty of ScienceB.Sc. (Hons.) Polymer Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Biological Science

Department of Botany

B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany

B.Sc. Programme Applied Life Sciences with Agrochemicals and Pest Management (Botany Component)

B.Sc. Programme in Life Sciences(Botany Component)

Department of Anthropology

B.Sc. (Hons.) Anthropology

Department of Environmental Studies

Six month Ability Enhancement compulsory course (AECC-I), Environmental Studies

Department of Home Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology

B.Sc. (Prog.) Home Science

B.A. Programme Home Science based papers:

Department of Zoology

B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology

B.Sc. (Programme) Life Sciences

B.Sc. (Programme) Applied Life Science with Agrochemicals & Pest Management

Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research

B.Sc. (Hons.) Biomedical Science

Department of Geology

B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology

Department of Physics & Astrophysics

B.Sc. (Hons.)  Physics

B.Sc. Physical Sciences (Discipline Physics)

B.Sc. Physical Sciences (Discipline Electronics)

Faculty of Music & Fine ArtsDepartment of Music

B.A. (Hons.) Hindustani Music (Vocal/ Instrumental)

B.A. (Hons.) Karnatak Music (Vocal/ Instrumental)

B.A. (Hons.) Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/ Pakhawaj)

B.A. (Prog.) Hindustani Music based paper

Generic Elective (GE) – Hindustani Music for other Hons. Courses

Inter-disciplinary & Applied SciencesDepartment of Biochemistry

B.Sc. (Hons.) Biochemistry

Department of Microbiology

B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology

Department of Electronic Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronic Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) Instrumentation

Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences

B.Sc. (P.E., H.E.& S.) Programme

Applied Social Sciences & Humanities
B.A. (Hons.) Multi Media and Mass Communication
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) BBA(FIA)
B A (Hons) Business Economics
B.Voc. (Retail and Logistics Management)
B.Voc. ( E-Taxation and E-Accounting)
B.Voc. (Applied Computer Sciences)
B.Voc. (Forensic Science Techniques)
B.Voc. (Communication and Mass Media Production)
B.Voc. (Multimedia, e-Learning and m-Learning)
ArtsDepartment of Arabic

B.A. (Hons.) Arabic.

B.A. (Programme) Arabic

Department of Buddhist Studies

B.A. (Prog.) Buddhist Studies

Department of Germanic & Romance Studies

B.A. (Hons.) French

B.A. (Hons.) German

B.A. (Hons.) Italian

B.A. (Hons.) Spanish

B.A. (Prog.) French

B.A. (Prog.) German

B.A. (Prog.) Spanish

Department of Linguistics

B.A. Programme Linguistics

Department of Modern Indian Languages and Literary Studies

B.A. (Hons.) Bengali

UG Course Bengali

Undergraduate Course in Sindhi

UG Course Tamil

Undergraduate (UG) Telugu

MIL core Courses (Assamese, Gujrati, Kannada, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Odia)

Department of Persian

B.A. (Hons.) Persian

B.A. Programme Persian

Department of Philosophy

B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy

B.A. Programme Philosophy

Department of Psychology

B.A. (Hons.) Psychology

B.A. (Hons.) Applied Psychology

Department of Punjabi

B.A. (Hons.) Punjabi

And Other Honours Courses

Department of Sanskrit

B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit

Undergraduate Course for Sanskrit

Department of Urdu

B.A. (Hons.) Urdu

B.A. (Prog.)/B.Com. (Prog.) Urdu

Cluster Innovation Centre
Cluster Innovation Centre
B. Tech. (Information Technology & Mathematical Innovations)
B.A. (Hons.) (Humanities & Social Sciences)
Social SciencesB.A. (Hons.) Economics

B.A. (Prog.) Economics

B.Com. (Prog.) General Elective Course

Introduction of syllabus of Basic Computational Techniques for Data Analysis paper of Department of Economics in B.A. Programme (CBCS) SEC IV (6th Semester)

B.A. (Hons.) Geography and B.A/B.Sc. (Prog.) Geography

Department of Social Work

B.A. (Hons.) Social Work

Department of Adult Continuing Education & Extension

Generic Elective Courses for B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

College of Vocational Studies

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Human Resource Management

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Management and Marketing of Insurance

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Marketing Management and Retail Business

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Material Management

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Office Management & Secretarial Practice

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Small and Medium Enterprises

B.A. (Vocational Studies) Tourism Management

EducationB.A. (Prog.) Education
Medical SciencesAmendment in the MDS Ordinance 
ArtsDepartment of Hindi

B.A. (Prog.) Hindi

B.Com. (Prog.) Hindi

B.A. (Prog.) Prayojanmoolak Hindi

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Patrakarita evam Jansanchar

ScienceDepartment of Chemistry

B.Sc. (Programme) Life Science

B.Sc. (Programme) Physical Science

B.Sc. Applied Life Sciences with Agrochemicals & Pest Management

B.Sc. Analytical Chemistry

B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry

DU JAT Syllabus 2020

The University conducts the Joint Admission Test (JAT) for admission to various PG Courses. Delhi University Joint Admission Test, popularly known as DU-JAT is a national level aptitude test conducted for admission into several prestigious colleges under DU offering Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), B.A (Hons) Business Economics and BBA (FIA) programmes.
The entrance test is conducted once every year in last week of May. Over 22,000 candidates appear for this 2-hour online examination. The test consists of 100 questions from 4 different areas which are Quantitative Ability, Reasoning and Analytical Ability, General Awareness, and General English. To make the test takers aware of the topics that will be covered in the DU JAT Syllabus is enlisting them for the candidates to prepare accordingly.

DU JAT (Quantitative Ability) Exam Pattern

The first section of Joint Entrance Test consists of questions from Quantitative Ability. This section basically evaluates the candidates’ aptitude of solving the mathematical questions, arithmetic, and algebraic expression. The topics covered in the DU JAT Quantitative Ability are listed in the table below:

Numbers
Circles and Mensuration
Permutation and Combinations
Simple and Compound Interest
Profit and Loss
Quadrilaterals
Integration and Differentiation
Mathematical Series
Fractions and Decimals
Ratio and Proportion
Averages and Percentages
Geometry Lines, Angles and Triangles
Time Speed and Distance
Time and Work
Probability

DU JAT (English) Exam Pattern

The second section of DU JAT contains the questions from English language and comprehension. This section will cover the topics such as Reading Comprehension, One word Substitution, Grammar and Usage and many more. The purpose of the English Section of DU JAT is to evaluate the fundamentals of English of the candidates.

Grammar and Usage
Vocabulary word formation
Comprehension at sentence and paragraph level
Pairing of words
Fill in the blanks
One word substitution
Identification of common errors
Synonyms and Antonyms

DU JAT (Reasoning and Analytical Ability) Exam Pattern

The third section of DU JAT Syllabus includes the topics like verbal reasoning, number series, missing numbers and many more. The table given below shows the topics covered in the DU JAT Reasoning and Analytical Ability.

Word sequence
Terms and Prepositions
Time Sequence
Number Series
Diagram
Verbal Reasoning
Direction and Distance
Missing Characters
Verbal Analogy

DU JAT (General Awareness) Exam Pattern

The fourth section of DU JAT Exam contains questions from the topics of General Awareness. This is the most common topic for any entrance exams. In the same way, DU JAT also has topics covered in the general awareness section. Given in the table below are the topics covered in the DU JAT General Awareness section.

Current Affairs
Geography
Books & Authors
Science
Politics
Economics
Science
Computers

DUET PG Entrance 2020 Syllabus

The University conducts the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2020  for admission to various PG Courses. Therefore, the National Test Agency (NTA) will be releasing the DU PG 2020 exam pattern. Candidates who wish to seek admission through the online examination can check the exam pattern of DUET Syllabus 2020. DUET will be conducted by NTA for various PG and some of the UG programmes too. It is very important for candidates to go through the DU PG exam pattern 2020 in order to know the basic structure, marking scheme of the questions.

With the help of DU MA Entrance Test Syllabus the candidates will get to know the number and type of questions, the arrangement of questions, the medium of examination, duration of examination and marking schemes. This way, when the candidates are preparing for Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET), they will be able to prioritise certain topics and subjects according to the marks that they carry.

DU PG Entrance Exam Syllabus (2019, 2018) Previous Year

Course/Programmes

2019

2018

M. A./M. Sc. Mathematics

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M. A. Hindi

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M. Sc. Mathematics Education

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M. A. in CIL

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M. A. in Bengali

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M. A. in Tamil

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M. A. Political Science

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M. A. in Philosophy

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M. A. in Lifelong Learning and Extension

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M. Sc. Biochemistry

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M. A. in Punjabi

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LLB, LLM and Phd

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DU SOL Syllabus 2020

The School of Open Learning (SOL) is offered by the university of Delhi for those candidates who cannot take admission in regular mode. Therefore DU SOL Syllabus 2020 offers various courses like UG, PG, doctoral, diploma and various other courses in different fields like law, management, engineering, commerce, humanities, science, etc. Admission procedure finally completed by the DU SOL Examination University.

 DU SOL BA English Hons 1st Semester Syllabus 2020DU SOL BA English Hons 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

Delhi University SOL BA Hons Political Science 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

DU SOL BA Hons Political Science 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

DU SOL BA Programme 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

DU SOL BA Programme 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

Delhi University SOL Bcom Hons 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

DU SOL Bcom Hons 1st Semester Syllabus 2020

DU SOL Bcom Pass Syllabus 2020

DU SOL Bcom Pass Syllabus 2020

SOL Syllabus DU BA Program

DU SOL BA Programme Syllabus 2020 
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2Part-3
1.Language CoursesCompulsory CoursesCompulsory Courses
2.English (A,B,C)Language Eng (A,B,C)English (A,B,C)
3.Hindi (A,B,C)Language and Foundation CoursesLanguage and Application Courses
4.Punjabi (A,B)Hindi (A,B,C)Hindi (A,B,C)
5.Tamil (A,B)Urdu (A,B)Urdu (A,B)
6.Urdu (A,B)Punjabi (A,B)Punjabi (A,B)
7.Discipline CoursesTamil (A,B)Tamil (A,B)
8.HindiContemporary IndiaBanking and Insurance
9.EnglishHuman Rights, Gender & EnvironmentBasic Statistics
10.SanskritLanguage, Literature & CultureEntrepreneurship & Small Business
11.EconomicsDiscipline Courses (Electives 1 & 2)Globalization
12.EducationHindiVoluntary Organizations
13.MathematicsEnglishTax Management
14.Nutrition & Health EducationSanskritConsumer Affairs
15.Political ScienceMathematicsDiscipline Courses (Electives 1 & 2)
16.History-1  History of India up-to 8th CenturyEconomicsHindi
17.History-2  Culture in Indian SubcontinentsEducationEnglish
18.History, History of India 8th to 18th centurySanskrit
19.Nutrition & Health EducationEconomics
20.Political ScienceEducation
21.History, Issues in World History: The 20th Century
22.Political Science
23.Nutrition & Health Education
24.Mathematics

DU SOL Syllabus Political Science

DU SOL BA Hons Political Science Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2Part-3
1.Non-Optional CoursesCompulsory CoursesCourses
2.Colonialism & Nationalism in IndiaIndian Government & Politics (Paper-4)Indian Foreign Policy
3.An Introduction to Political TheoryComparative Politics (Paper-5)Public Administration
4.Indian Political ThoughtInternational Relations & Global Politics (Paper-6)Traditions in West Political Philosophy
5.Language Credit CourseDiscipline Centered Courses OptionalConcurrent & Language Courses
6.Hindi BhashaEnglish LiteraturePublic policy in India
7.The Individual and Society ORHindi LiteratureDilemmas in Politics
8.Hindi Language Literature & CultureDelhi MedievalState Institutions & civil Society Org. in India
9.Urdu…ProsePunjabi LiteratureFeminist Theory & Practice
10.PunjabiSanskrit LiteratureThe United Nations & global Conflicts
11.Tamil Credit Course-1 African experience: Polity & Economy
12.Tamil Credit Course-2Contemporary Political Economy
13.Sanskrit
14.English Contemporary
15.Language Qualifying Course 
16.Hindi Higher/Lower
17.Urdu Higher/Lower
18.Punjabi Higher/Lower
19.Tamil
20.Sanskrit*
21.English Higher/Lower
22.Interdisciplinary Concurrent Course
23.Environmental Issues in India
24.Reading Gandhi
25.The Individual and Society
26.Hindi Language Literature & Culture
27.Mathematical Awareness

DU SOL Syllabus BCom. (P)

DU SOL B.Com Programme Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2Part-3
1.CompulsoryCoursesMain Courses
2.Business Organization & ManagementBusiness Mathematics & Statistics (Paper-6)Cost Accounting
3.Financial AccountingCorporate Accounting (Paper-7)Computer Applications in Business
4.Business & Industrial lawCompany & Compensation Laws (Paper-8)Economics (Eco. Development & policy in India)
5.Principles of EconomicsIncome Tax & Auditing (Paper-9)MIL- Humanities Courses
6.MIL Courses for Humanities Group (Paper-5)Economics (Macroeconomics) (Paper-10)Business English
7.Political ScienceHumanities Group -English ( Paper-11)Hindi (A,B)
8.History-I , History of India Upto 8th centuryPunjabi (A,B)
9.History-II, Culture in Indian Sub-continentsUrdu (A,B)
Tamil (A,B)Tamil (A,B)
10.Hindi (A,B)History
11.Punjabi (A,B)Optional Courses
12.Urdu (A,B)Financial Management: Paper XVI(A)
13.Marketing Management: Paper XVI(B)
14.Human Resource Management : Paper XVI(C)

DU SOL Syllabus BA English (H)

DU SOL BA Hons English Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2Part-3
1.CoursesCompulsoryNon-Optional
2.(Paper-1) English Literature-4(Paper III) English Literature-1(Paper-6) English Literature-3
3.(Paper-2) 20th Century Indian Writing(Paper IV) English Literature-2(Paper-7) English Literature-5
4.Language Credit Course(Paper VA) 19th Century European Realism(Paper-8) Contemporary Literature
5.Hindi Bhasha(Paper VB) Classical Literature(Paper-9) Optional Paper: Any one of the following
6.The Individual and Society OR(Paper VC) Forms of Popular FictionModern European Drama
7.Hindi Language Literature & CultureDiscipline Centered Courses OptionalWomen Writing in 19th & 20th Century
8.Urdu…ProseCitizenship in a Globalizing WorldAnglo-Americal writing since 1930
9.PunjabiDelhi MedievalLiterary Theory
10.Tamil Credit Course-1Sanskrit Literature
11.Tamil Credit Course-2Hindi Literature
12.SanskritPunjabi Literature
13.Language Qualifying Course
14.Hindi Higher/Lower
15.Urdu Higher/Lower
16.Punjabi Higher/Lower
17.Tamil
18.Sanskrit*
19.Interdisciplinary Concurrent Course
20.Environmental Issues in India
21.Reading Gandhi
22.The Individual and Society
23.Hindi Language Literature & Culture
24.Mathematical Awareness

DU SOL Syllabus B.Com(H)

DU SOL B.Com Hons Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2Part-3
1.CoursesCourses CompulsoryCompulsory
2.(Paper-1) Business Organization & Management(Paper-8) Corporate Accounting(Paper-XVI) Management Accounting
3.(Paper-2) Financial Accounting(Paper-9) Cost Accounting(Paper-XVII) Macroeconomics
4.(Paper-3) Micro Economics (Theory & Applications-1)(Paper-10) Micro Economics Theory & Applications-II(Paper-XVIII) Indian Economy-Performance & Policies
5.(Paper-4) Business Statistics(Paper-11) Business MathematicsOptional Courses
6.(Paper-5) Business Law(Paper-12) Corporate Laws(Group EA-Paper XIX) Financial Management
7.(Paper-6) Introduction to Computer & Information Systems(Paper-13) Income Tax Law & Practice(Group EA-Paper XX) Fundamental of Investment
8.(Paper-7A) Business Communication(Paper-14A) E-Commerce(Group EC Paper XXIII )Principles of Marketing
9.(Paper-7B) Politics, Ethics & Social Responsibility of Business(Paper-14B) Auditing(Group EC-Paper XXIV) Advertising and Personal Selling
10.MIL Courses (Paper -15)(Group EE Paper XXVII) Human resource Management
11.Hindi(Group EE Paper XXVIII) Compensation Management
12.Political Science(Group EF Paper XXIX) Corporate Tax planning
13.Tamil(Group EF Paper XXX) Business Tax Procedures and Management
14.Punjabi

DU SOL Syllabus MA Hindi

DU SOL MA Hindi Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2
1.Semester-1Semester-3
2.HINDI UPANYASPOORVADHUNIK AKHYAMOOLAK KAVYA
3.HINDI KAHANIADHUNIK AKHYANMOOLAK KAVYA
4.ANYA GADHYA ROOPPRAGEET AUR MUKTAK
5.NATAKCHHANDMUKAT KAVYA
6.Semester-2Semester-4
7.AALOCHNA SIDDHANT AUR SHASTRARANGMANCH (Option-A)
8.SANSKRIT BHASHA – SANSKRIT SANSKRITI KI ROOPREKHAAADHUNIK HINDI SAAHITY (Option-G)
9.HINDI KI ALOCHNA DRISHTIYANMADHYEKAAL (Option-D)
10.BHASHA PARICHAYAADHUNIK JANSANCHAR MADHYAM ADHYAYAN (Option-E)

DU SOL Syllabus MA Sanskrit

DU SOL M.A. Sanskrit Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2
1.Semester-1Semester-3
2.Vedic Vangmay: Riksanhita avam NirutSanskrit bhasha ka vaigyanik vishleshan
3.Sahitye Shastra : Sahitye DarpanSahitye: Kadambari avam Vasvdatta
4.Sahity: Naishadhiycharitam avam MrachkatikamDhvanyalok Avam Naatyeshastre
5.Sabhyata avam Sanskriti ki rooprekhaKavyaprakash
6.Semester-2Semester-4 (Group C)
7.Darshan – Nyay avam VedantKavyaprakash
8.Vyakaran: LaghusidhhantkomudiSanskrit Kavyeshastre ka Servekshan
9.Sahity – Meghdoot avam Uttar-RamcharitamDarshan Sankhye Avam Mimansa
10.Interdisciplinary Course (Hindi)Aadhunik Bhartiy Sahity ka Sanderbh

DU SOL Syllabus M.Com

DU SOL M.Com Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2
1.Semester-1Semester-3: Compulsory Papers
2.Paper 4101 Business StatisticsPaper 4301 Global Strategic Management
3.Paper 4102 Managerial Economics*Paper 4302 Entrepreneurship
4.Paper 4103 Managerial AccountingMajor Groups
5.Paper 4104 Financial Planning*Group-A: Finance
6.Paper 4105 Organization Theory & BehaviorPaper MJ301 Financial Institutions and Markets*
7.Semester-2Paper MJ302 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
8.Paper 4201 Quantitative Technique for Business DecisionPaper MJ403 International Financial System*
9.Paper 4202 Financial management & policyPaper MJ404 International Financial Management*
10.Paper 4203 Marketing ManagementGroup-B: Marketing
11.Paper 4204 Legal Aspects of BusinessPaper MJ311 International Marketing
12.Paper 4205 International BusinessPaper MJ312 Advertising & Sales Management
13.Paper MJ413 Consumer Behavior
14.Paper MJ414 Supply Chain Management and Logistics
15.Group-C: Human Resource Management
16.Paper MJ321 Human Resource Development*
17.Paper MJ322 Management of Industrial Relations*
18.Paper MJ423 Strategic Human Resource Management*
19.Paper MJ424 Compensation Management and Employee Welfare Laws*
20.Minor Groups
21.Group-A: Taxation
22.Paper MN331 Principles and Practice of Taxation and Indian Tax System*
23.Paper MN432 Corporate Tax Structure and Planning*
24.Group-B: Law
25.Paper MN341 Corporate Laws*
26.PaperMN442 Industrial Laws*
27.Group-C: Accounting
28.Paper MN351 Strategic Cost Management*
29.Paper MN452 Accounting Theory and Financial Reporting*
30.Group-D: International Business
31.Paper MN361 India’s Foreign Trade and Investment*
32.Paper MN462 Management of International Business Operation*
33.Semester -4: Compulsory Papers
34.Paper 4401 Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibilities of Business
35.Paper 4402: Business Research

DU SOL Syllabus MA Political Science

DU SOL MA Political Science Syllabus 2020
Sr. No.Part-1Part-2
1.Semester-1Semester-3 Compulsory Paper
2.Debate in Political TheoryInterpreting Modern India
3.Comparative Political AnalysisSemester-4 Compulsory Paper
4.Politics in IndiaDemocracy & Political Institutions in India
5.Theories of International RelationsOptional Papers: Students will have to select total 6 optional papers.
6.Semester-2Ethics and Politics
7.Administrative TheoriesCritical Traditions in Political Theory
8.Themes in Indian Political ThoughtThe Modern state in Comparative perspective
9.Themes in world Politics & International Political EconomySocial Movements and Revolutions
10.Key Texts in Political PhilosophyParties, Elections & Political Process in India
11.Development Process and Politics in India
12.Democracy & Human Rights in India
13.Public Policy
14.Public Institutions & Governance
15.Rural-Urban Development & Local Govt. in India
16.Environment & Development: Policy & Politics
17.Peace & Conflict in International Politics
18.India and The World
19.Foreign Policy of Major Powers
20.State & Society in South Asia
21.South Asia and The world
22.Comparative Federalism: Theory & Practice
23.Culture & Politics in India

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