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Mode Full time | Duration 3 Years
Bachelor of Arts in the subject combination of English Political Science and History is three years (6 Semester) full-time undergraduate program in Arts Stream affiliated with Christ University, Bangalore (Bannerghatta Road (BGR) Campus).
The EPH (English, Political Science, and History) program at CHRIST (Deemed to be University) integrates multi-disciplinary approaches to the Humanities and Social Sciences. It reinforces the symbiotic relationship between social and political histories, philosophies of the State and nationhood, varied discourses of culture, and the relevance of narrativizing these elements through the process of reading and writing literature. This combination of subjects, offered over 3 years and 6 semesters of the B.A. Course, aims to equip students with the ability to address critical questions concerning contemporary social and political thought, comprehend and challenge established notions of the historical with historical interventions into questions of individual and collective identities, and deploy literary readings and theoretical concepts in a wide array of careers ranging from creative and research writing to administration, political reform, public policy intervention and activism.
A candidate must have passed at the +2 level (Karnataka PUC / ISC / CBSE / NIOS / State Boards) in any stream (Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce & Management, Sciences) from any recognized Board in India.
Admissions are done on the basis of Skill Assessment, Academic Performance, and Personal interview.
Student Reviews for BA-English, Political Science and History
Yes my college have all the necessary infrastructure , facilities and equipment. proper classrooms are there for students laboratories with all necessary materials. A well maintained Library with good books.Yes my college have all the necessary infrastructure , facilities and equipment.
The college infrastructure is elaborate and spacious in the central campus , Bannerghatta campus is smaller I’d prefer this campus for the oneness and a collective sense of being that is induced within.
Quite bad, with creaks and broken windows it's filled with water tanks that leak most of the time and the building is very small. Hence it's quite hard for us to cope up and live in such a campus for years.