COs and POs




Course Outcomes, Programme Outcomes and Programme Specific Outcomes for Undergraduate Programme


  1. Department of Economics

Course Outcome (COs)

  • CO1: Introducing students on the fundamentals of Economics and the basic tools needed for understating the subject.
  • CO2: To help understand the importance of the macro economics concepts such as employment. population, GDP, Inflation etc
  • CO3: To equip the students with the ability to understand and undertake quantitative analysis
  • CO4: To help in understanding the basic characteristic of Indian Economy and its dynamics
  • CO5: To grasp the importance of economic growth and factors that determines growth
  • CO6: To analyse the importance of agriculture and its impact on the economics growth
  • CO7: To understand the relationship Environment and Economics growth
  • CO8: To introduce the students to the basic features of Nagaland Economy, the nature and importance of natural resources and infrastructure. Problems and prospects of Agriculture and Industry



  1. Department of Education

Course Outcomes (COs)

  • CO1: To initiate the concept of Pedagogy and familiarize with the educational process
  • CO2: To develop an understanding of the role of sociology of education
  • CO3: To understand the historical development of education and acquaint with modern Indian Education
  • CO4: To acquaint with the philosophical foundations of education
  • CO5: To learn to live in peace and harmony with others
  • CO6: To develop the ability to use various statistics measures in analysis and interpretation of educational data.
  • CO7: To understand the meaning, nature and scope of educational technology

Programme Outcomes (POs)

The work on the part of the educators is to establish theoretical learning and as well utilizes the values into real life situations. The goal is to achieve an outcome desirable and beneficial for learners to recognize what the learning was and how significantly intended it is.

  • PO1: Students in completing their under-graduate courses will develop an understanding on the basic nature and principles of educational process, role of education in society and the philosophical foundation upon which the basis of education is rooted.
  • PO2: They will have the ability to develop a critical thinking in developing peace and harmony along with the knowledge to build the feeling of oneness and maintain world in the global world.
  • PO3: To employ students in developing critical thinking in problem solving and enact the uses for a clear and concise decision making.

Programme specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO1: Students will have the ability to develop understanding of fundamental bases of education and the interlink ages with the society.
  • PSO2: They will develop the knowledge on the different education commission and how the Indian education system faced issues in the different stages following the trends of education.
  • PSO3: Students are acquainted with the basic statistical uses on how to calculate simple descriptive statistics.
  • PSO4: Students develop the ability to apply various ICT uses in the classroom to make teaching-learning more effective and efficiently.
  • PSO5: Students have the ability to understand and tackle situations in life to create and restore peace and harmony in the society.



Course Outcomes (Cos)

  • CO1: Learn the bio-details of the prescribed authors and the background of the age/time.
  • CO2: Explain the works of the authors in simple and lucid language
  • CO3: Teach students to write reference to contexts
  • CO4: Guide students to prepare glossary from the text
  • CO5: Derive the philosophy of life and interpret the didactic value/moral in the literary works
  • CO6: Teach the structural approach to language learning CO7: Teach the skills of composition, compilation and communication
  • CO8: Teach theory and practice of creative writing, essay writing, paragraph writing and précis writing
  • CO9: Development of creative and critical thinking
  • CO10: Provide general overview of the history of literary criticism
  • CO11: Teach literary theories and its application

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO1: Learn approaches to research skills
  • PSO2: Learn language skills like paraphrasing, annotating and analyzing
  • PSO3: Understand the basics of the origin and development of English language
  • PSO4: Learn Journalistic report writing, letter/application writing and critical writing
  • PSO5: Develop critical sensitivity, apply literary theories and enhance the understanding of literature
  • PSO6: Learn the skills of composition and book review


  1. Department of History

Course Objectives (COs)

  • CO1: Get a comprehensive idea of the elements of change and continuity in history from the ancient period up to the modern times. The focus is on socio- economic developments and not on dynastic history.
  • CO2: Understand the concept of worldview nationalism and colonialism.
  • CO3: Make a comprehensive study of the emergence of social, political, economic and cultural developments of the world in general.
  • CO4: Develop an understanding of the problems, politics and prospects in different sections of society in India and the world.
  • CO5: Understand the theory and methods of constructing history through multi-disciplinary approach.


Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO1: Familiarize with the social, political, economic and cultural developments in India from pre-historyup to the post-Mauryan period.
  • PSO2: Study the different aspects of life in Medieval India.
  • PSO3: Study the trends and developments in India during the Mughal and the British rule.
  • PSO4: Understand the emergence of Indian National Movement and its developments from 1850 to 1950.
  • PSO5: Under the major historical developments around the world from the decline of the feudal age up to the two world wars.
  • PSO6: Study the major trends of political, social and economic developments in North East India from 1822 to 1972.
  • PSO7: Understand the social, political and economic history of East Asia, European expansion and the resultant nationalist movements.
  • PSO8: Trace the cultural and political history of the Nagas from the pre-colonial period up to 1971.
  • PSO9: Understand the basic concept of the subject matter and the very nature of the discipline of history.
  • PSO10: Introduce the study of History through archaeological data and its multi-disciplinary approaches to the study of past studies.


  1. Department of Political Science

Course Outcomes (COs)

  • CO1: To acquaint the students with the basic normative concepts and ideas of Political Theory.
  • CO2: To acquaint the students with the contemporary concepts of Political Theory.
  • CO3: To familiarize the students with the legal and philosophical framework of the political system in India.
  • CO4: To acquaint the students with the processes and the functioning of Indian political system.
  • CO5: To highlight on the evolution and approaches to the study of Comparative Politics.
  • CO6: To provide an introduction to the discipline of Public Administration.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO1: To highlight the main sources of political tradition of ancient India and its development in modern times.
  • PSO2: To provide the students with a comprehensive view about various political philosophies of ancient, medieval and modern thinkers
  • PSO3: To provide a comprehensive introduction to the most important multilateral political organization in international relations
  • PSO4: To analyze different theories highlighting the major debates and differences within the different theoretical paradigms.
  • PSO5: To understand the contemporary international issues in the context of the changing global political environment.
  • PSO6: To highlight the concept of human rights, its origin and importance in our society and to familiarize students with awareness about various categories and dimensions of rights, including political, civil, social, economic and cultural rights.
  • PSO7: To acquaint the students with the dynamics of Indian administration and to provide a comprehensive analysis of the union state administrative structures.
  • PSO8: To introduce students to the basic concepts and significance of International Law.
  1. Department Of Sociology


Course Objectives (COs)


  • CO1: To introduce the students to the basic concepts in sociology and to acquaint the students with the discipline as a social science and its distinctive approaches.


  • CO2: Intends to train the students in the applicability of research procedures, tools and techniques of social science research and enable students to apply theoretical knowledge of social research to field study.


  • CO3: To introduce the students the main ideas of the founding fathers of sociology and their Contribution, familiarize the students with some of the modern sociological thinkers and their contribution.


  • CO4: To provide a rudimentary impression to the students about the concept, nature and types of movements with a thrust on the movements witnessed by Indian society.


  • CO5: To acquaint the students the demographic features and trends of Indian society vis-à-vis World population dynamics and its impact on society.


  • CO6: To make students learn the organizational structure of industries, industrial leadership and industrial relations.


  • CO7: Intends to provide sociological understanding of rural and urban social structure, change and development in India.


Programme Outcomes (POs)


  • PO1: It seeks to develop in students the sociological knowledge and skills that will enable them to think critically and imaginatively about society and social issues.


  • PO2: To develop the ability to formulate effective and convincing written and oral arguments.


  • PO3: The ability to demonstrate sociological understandings of phenomena, and to apply sociological concepts and theories to the real world and ultimately their everyday lives.


  • PO4: Sociology learning provides initial knowledge about society, social life and social interactions. It prepares an individual to social life by inculcating values, morals and manners. It helps to instill a sense of ethical and social responsibility.


  • PO5: It enables the students to apply theoretical knowledge of social research to field study and able to adjust with changing society and develop critical thinking.


  • PO6: Students will have the opportunity to join professional careers in sociology and allied fields. Sociology provides an intellectual background for students considering careers in business, social services, public policy, government service, non-governmental organizations and academia. It lays foundation for further study in Sociology, Social work, Rural Development, Social Welfare and in other allied subjects.


Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


  • PSO1: Understand the theoretical and methodological technique in complex social and cultural realities both in local and global level.


  • PSO2: Appreciate and develop sociological imagination/ perspective contributing to the overall mission of the college and in accordance with the needs of the community.


  • PSO3: Associate sociological concepts to real life conditions thus building a diverse inter-disciplinary learning.


  • PSO4: Integrate theoretical understanding and research skills for analysis of social challenges and social policies.


  • PSO5: Demonstrate an understanding of the inter linkages between varied social phenomena.


  • PSO6: Develop into an honest, credible and accountable individual with integrity, thereby making the subject a value-oriented discipline.