Surya Sen Colony, Block B, Siliguri
Dist.: Jalpaiguri, West Bengal (India)-734004
Email: suryasen@suryasencollege.org.in
Phone : +91 353-2691488, +91 94763 87939

SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA

Govt. Aided College & Recognized by UGC u/s 2(f) &1 2(b) :: Established in: 1998
NAAC ACCREDITED  ::   ISO 9001:2115 & ISO 21001:2018 CERTIFIED
Masterda Surya Sen

Indian revolutionary
and School Teacher

22 Mar1894 - 12 Jan 1934

DEPARTMENT OF BENGALI


FOUR YEAR UNDER GRADUATE PROPGRAM (FYUGP)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. BENGALI (MAJOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Knowledge and understanding of essential Bengali Grammar, linguistics and Vocabulary.
  • Knowledge and understanding of History of Bengali Literature.
  • Familiarizing and understanding basic idea of poetry, short story, essay, drama and novel.

 

COURSE OUTCOME

SEM 1

BANGLA SAHITYER ITIHAS -PRACHIN O MADHYOYUG(UBNGMAJ11001–Theory):

  • Studying History of Bengali Literature helps students to know about contemporary issues in society, culture and development of the Bengali Literature through Prose, poetry, drama,short story and novel.
  • Students learn about the basic textual nuances of Early, Medieval and Modern BengaliLiterature and the inextricable interconnection between Literature and Culture.

BEBOHARIK BANGLA BASHA CORCHA(UBNGSEC11001- Theory): 

  • Students will learn how Bengali language chronological changed by situation to situationand place to place.
  • Study of Linguistics will help in making the foundation of language stranger and improve thepractical and intellectual skills. 

PROYOYOG MULOK BANGLA BASHA BIDHI(UBNGAEM11001–Theory):

  • The Bengali Ability Enhancement Course aims to help students refine their writing skills ofBengali Language for practical applications.
  • Correct pronunciation of Bengali words, rhyming and recitation.
  • Report Writing for Newspaper or for individual promotion, letter writing an correspondence,advertising for print and electronic media, mock interviews with personalities.

 

SEM 2

1st & 2nd Half: HISTORY OF BENGALI LITERATURE (Nineteenth Century & TwentiethCentury)(UBNGMAJ12002- Theory):

  • Completion of the course, students will be understanding and appreciation on History ofBengali Language.They also gain developing the knowledge about poetry, drama, novel & short story.
  • Deep understanding about contemporary socio-cultural background of Bengali Literature. 

Baboharik Bangla LikhonKoushal(UBNGSEC12002- Theory):

  • After completion of the course, students will develop the ability to writing skill of BengaliLanguage.
  • Students develop the ability to creative writing and will come to know about theproofreading.These courses will introduce the students to manuscript writing, proofreading.

  LOCAL LANGUAGE &FOLK CULTURE(MDC- Theory):

  • Upon completion of the course, students will gather many knowledge about locallanguages and local folk culture of the North Bengal.
  • Students will also explore the socio-political, historical and philosophical contexts ofNorth Bengal.

 

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. BENGALI (MINOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Communication skills of the students in the chosen language and help to acquire abroad understanding of the society, history and culture within which the languagewill bedeveloped and used.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate skill in literary communication as an efficientpersonality in the concerned academic discipline.
  • It will help to integrate knowledge of social and cultural history, historical events,and cultural movements into the acquisition of the ability for critical understandingof literature.

 

COURSE OUTCOME

SEM 1

BANGLA SAHITTER ITIHAS [ ADHUNIK YUG : SONGKIPTO PORICHOY] (UBNGMIN10001):

  • Studying History of Bengali Literature helps students to know about contemporary issuesin Society, Culture and development of the Bengali Literature through prose, poetry,drama, short story and novel.
  • Our vision is to help the pupils understand various structures of concepts, transformationof content, form and style of writing, pattern and technique through ages and indicationof future direction in literature.

 

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. BENGALI (HONOURS)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Bengali is the most prominent modern Indian language in our country. It is the mothertongue of the major population of East India. Bengali literature and Bengali languagebeen enriching genres since their inception. Therefore, the curriculum and the syllabus ofBengali honours and general courses have been designed to promote Bengali languageand literature to their own glory.
  • From the perspective of historiography, students will learn about the history of Bengaliliterature, its various eras, and its various ages spanning nearly a thousand years. Theywill gain in-depth knowledge of Bengali& origins and gradual development from the pastto the present.
  • Modern Bengali literature consists of world class novels, short stories, and poems. Essaysand many other forms of literature. This syllabus gives our undergraduate students afoundation in all aspects of modern Bengali literature.
  • This syllabus covers the basic knowledge of philology and linguistics with respect toBengali. This curriculum emphasizes the development of proper grammar senses amongour students so that they can write proper sentences, words, and phrases and express theirviews in a proper way.
  • This syllabus encourages our students to engage in creative writing and build upindependent thought and ideas.

 

COURSE OUTCOME

SEM 3

MANGAL KAIBBYA O CHARIT SAHITYA(BNGHCC5 – Theory):

  • To create a sense of history and historical analysis about Bengali Literature among thestudents.
  • To make students aware about basic textual nuances of Medieval and Modern BengaliLiterature.

CHHANDA O ALANKAR (BNGHCC6– Theory):

  • To make students aware about the importance of Rhetoric and Prosody while studyingpoetry.
  • To give practical lesions of Rhetoric and Prosody to students.

UNISHN O BISH SHOTOKER KOBI KABBYO(BNGHCC7 – Theory):

  • Prepares students about the ornamental use of language in constructingsentences while speaking and writing, different intonations of speech.
  • Introduces the foundation of Prosody along with the basic knowledge ofModern Poetry.

BANGLA BYKORONER MULSUTRA(BNGHSEC1 - Theory):

  • Study of Origin of Bengali Language will also help in making the foundation oflanguage stronger and will improve the practical and intellectual skills.
  • Different styles and techniques of Bengali language and grammar – linguistics andphonology.

SEM 4

RANGAMONCHERE ITIHAS O BANGLANATOK(BNGHCC9– Theory):

  • Knowledge of different forms of drama, satire or theatre with its socialbackground with special emphasis on contemporary political culture.
  • Concept and impact of the theatre and drama.

UNISHN O BISH SHOTOKER UPANYAS(BNGHCC9– Theory):

  • Basic knowledge of the origin and development of Bengali novel.
  • Through the Modern Bengali literature students also learn about the novel ofthose times in a socio-cultural perspective.

 

UNISHN O BISH SHOTOKER KOBITA(BNGHCC10– Theory):

  • After completion of these course students will become aware of differentstages of Bengali poetry.
  • Students are learning different changes of contents, concepts and images ofthe poetry.

BABOHARIK BANGLA CHARCHA(BNGHSEC2 – Theory):

  • After completion of these course students will get the opportunity to growknowledge of report writing for newspaper, letter writing andcorrespondence, advertising for print and electronic media.
  • Students will come to know about techniques of translation from Englishto Bengali language.

SEM 5

BISH SHATAKER DUI ARDHERUPANYAS(BNGHCC11 - Theory):

  • Students will be able to gain a thorough understanding of character thinking,social thinking and the structure of novels.
  • Students will get a good idea about the origin and development of the BengaliNovel.

UNISH O BISH SHATAKERCHHOTOGALPO(BNGHCC12 - Theory):

  • Students interested in Bengali short story and they come to know about thecomplexity of modern life.
  • Students will get a good idea about the origin and development of theBengali short story.

UNISH O BISH SHATAKERPRABANDHO(BNGHDSE-1 Theory):

  • Increase conception of Bengali Essay and short story, essay and novel.
  • Students successfully completing a specialization in the study of essayliterature and will develop to studying with it.

NIRBACHITO CHHOTOGALPO(BNGHDSE-2 Theory):

  • The contents of this course which consists of short stories written byRabindranath Tagore,
  • Increase conception of Bengali short story.

SEM 6

SANSKRITA,ENGREJI O HINDISAHITYER ITIHAS(BNGHCC13 Theory):

  • These courses will develop in student’s different types of knowledge of Languages.
  • Students will develop knowledge about history of Sanskrit, Hindi and EnglishLiterature. 

SAHITYER TATTA,RUPRITI OMATABAD(BNGHCC14 Theory):

  • By reading this paper, the students will be able to gain knowledge aboutthe patterns and Literary form of Bengali Literature Poetry, Drama, Noveland Short Story.
  • Students will learn the role of ‘Dhani’ and ‘Ros’ in Bengali Literature.

PATRA SAHITYA O ATMAJEEBANI(BNGHDSE3 - Theory):

  • Students will determine what information is included in biographies andautobiographies.
  • Students will be able to gain knowledge about the language style, prose styleand philosophy of different authors.

LOKSANSKRITI O LOKSAHITYA (BNGHDSE-4 Theory):

  • After completion of this course students will learn detailed analysis of social,cultural, and mythological history of human life and society.
  • Students will get a good idea about folk culture and folk literature.

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. BENGALI (PROGRAM)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • To use Bengali Language in Listening and Speaking--Reading ---Writing fluently along with appropriate pronunciation, contextual grammar and vocabulary.
  • To develop proper and adequate concepts about Bengali literature and also develop in the technicalities of proper pronunciation, structure, appropriate use of Bengalilanguage in its standard and dialectical forms.
  • To prepare and present projects based on internships and accumulated survey data.
  • To comprehend how misuse of language affects society and learn the appropriateuse of language with politeness and contextual markers thereof.
  • To establish concepts and confidence in gaining self-employment strategies.

 

COURSE OUTCOME

SEM 3

BAINSNAB PADAVALI OLOKSAHITYA(BNGPDSC-A/B-3Theory):

  • Develop knowledge in the field of medieval Bengali literature like VainsnabPadabali.
  • Course will help students to be familiar with Folk Culture of BengaliLiterature.

BYABOHARIK BANGLA CHARCHA(BNGPSECA1Theory):

  • This course will enable students to understand the basic features ofadvertisement, types of advertisement.
  • Students will develop their creative writing.

SEM 4

RABINDRANATHER KOBITA O ADHUNIKKOBITA(BNGPDSC-A/B-4Theory):

  • Students will get a thorough understanding of Rabindra kabya -Sahitya,
  • A detailed knowledge of the twentieth century poetry, trends and intentions fromRabindranath to the later modern poets.

SRIJANMULAK LIKHAN CHARCHA(BNGPSECA2Theory):

  • Students will gain a thorough understanding of creative writing, Bengaliphonetics and morphology.
  • Students will be able to increase writing skills in practical life and applyeducation.

SEM 5

BANGLA UPONYASER UDVAB OKRAMABIKASH(BNGPDSE-A/B-A1Theory):

  • Studying History of Bengali novel helps students to know about origin anddevelopment.
  • This course will enable students to understand the basic features of noveland types.

BABAHARIK BANGLA CHARCHA(BNGPSECB1Theory):

  • Story writing based on some plot; cinema and television script writing,dialogue writing, editing.
  • Correct pronunciation of Bengali words, rhyming and recitation.

SEM 6

SWADHINATA PARABORTY BANGLASAHITYA(BNGPDSE-A/B-A2Theory):

  • A detailed knowledge of the post-independence period of Bengaliliterature.
  • Extended knowledge background with respect to the growth anddevelopment of Bengali literature after independence period.

SRIJAN MULAK LIKHANCHARCHA(BNGPSECB2Theory):

  • Through use of functional Bengali language, composition ofinterviews, reports and newspaper articles.
  • By learning proper pronunciation of words, knowledge of prosody,writing scripts for documentaries of Bengali language.

COURSE OUTCOME

SEM 3& SEM 5

BANGLA SAHITYER ITIHAS (ADHUNIKYUG) O VASHATATTIK TIKA(GE Theory):

  • Study of different forms of linguistic and semantic manifestations ensure adeep reading of Bengali language.
  • The objective of the Courses to provide a detailed and comprehensiveknowledge about origin and development of Bengali Literature.

SEM 4& SEM 6

CHHANDA, ALONKAR O LOKOSAHITYA(GETheory):

  • Students will know the basic concept of deferent Prosody and rhetoric.
  • Students will know about History of Sanskrit Literature

 

LCC SEM 3

BANGLA BYAKARAN(LCCTheory):

  • Students will get a good idea about the Bengali grammar.
  • Study of Linguistics will help students the Bengali language-including sounds, words, sentences and meaning.

 

SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA
Affiliated under NBU


Block B, Surya Sen Colony
P.O. : Siliguri Town Dist. : Jalpaiguri,
West Bengal (INDIA), Pin : 734004
Phone (Office): +91 353-2691488
Phone (Helpline): +91 94763 87939
Email: info@suryasencollege.org.in
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