MA

We offer English, Economics and Gujarati as specializations in this programme. Masters of Arts (M.A.) is a two year Post Graduate Degree programme comprising two semesters every year i.e. over all M.Com. is a four semester degree programme.

MA – Economics

Semester I
  • CC-01 Micro Economics – I
  • CC-02 Macro Econimics – I
  • CC-03 Quantitative Methords for Econimics – I
  • EC-01 Industrial Economics – I
  • ID-01 Research Methodology
Semester II
  • CC-04 Micro Economics – I
  • CC-05 Macro Econimics – I
  • CC-06 Quantitative Methods for Economics – II
  • EC-01 Industrial Economics – II
  • ID-02 Indian Political System
Semester III
  • CC-07 Economics of Social Sector
  • CC-08 Environmental Economics
  • CC-09 Theories of Growth & Development
  • EC-03 Industrial Economics – III
  • ID-03 International Trade Policy & Institutions
Semester IV
  • CC-10 Theories of International Trade
  • CC-11 Indian Econimic Policy
  • CC-12 Banking & Insurance
  • CC-04 Industrial Economics – IV
  • ID-04 History of Economic Thought




MA – English

Semester I
  • ME-01 The Elizabethan and Javobean periods in English Literature 1560-1640
  • ME-02 The Restoration Period in English literature 1640-1700
  • ME-04 A Women’s Writing in English
  • ME-05 Multidisciplinary Course (Drama and Psychology)
Semester II
  • ME-06 Romantic Period in English Literature 1798-1840
  • ME-07 Victorian Period in English Literature 1840-1900
  • ME-09 Indian Literature in English Translation
  • ME-10 Multidisciplinary Course (Novel and Psychology)
Semester III
  • ME-11 Literary Form : Novel
  • ME-12 Literary Criticism
  • ME-13 Indian Writing in English
  • ME-15 Multidisciplinary course (Drama and History)
Semester IV
  • ME-16 Literary Form : Fiction
  • ME-17 Literary Criticism and Theory
  • ME-18 World Literature in translation
  • ME-19 American Literature (Drama, Non-Fiction Prose)
  • ME-20 Multidisciplinary course (Novel and History)




MA – Gujarati

Semester I
  • Paper – I Literary Form : Atmakatha
  • Paper – II Indian Literary Criticism
  • Paper – III Gujarati Literary Criticism – I
  • Paper – IV Myth and Literature (B)
  • Paper – V Proof Reading
Semester II
  • Paper – VI Comparative Literature
  • Paper – VII Linguistics – I
  • Paper – VIII Gujarati Literature Criticism – II
  • Paper – IX Post Modern Literature
  • Paper – X Literature and Film
Semester III
  • Paper – XI Concept of Indian Literature
  • Paper – XII Western Literary Criticism
  • Paper – IVX Texts of Medival Gujarati Literature
  • Paper – XV Study of an Author (Darshak)
Semester IV
  • Paper – XVI World Literature
  • Paper – XVII Linguistics – II
  • Paper – XVIII Folk Literature – II
  • Paper – IXX Literature & Psychology
  • Paper – XX Literary Journalism