Courses

M.Phil/Ph.D

The M.Phil/Ph.D programme is inter-disciplinary in nature. It comprises of two compulsory courses which introduces the research students to various approaches of understanding the region and its neighbouring areas. It also introduces the students to inter-disciplinary methods and to the challenges involved in conducting research pertaining to the area. The optional courses cover themes such as Frontiers and Borderlands, Connected Histories, Resistance Studies, Government and Politics, Tribe and Ethnicity, Development Studies, Political Ecology, Cultural Histories, Religion and Society, and Print Culture and Social Change.

Core Courses
1. Understanding North East India (4 credits)
2. Research Methodology (4 credits)

Optional Courses
1. Religion and Society in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Kh. Bijoykumar Singh

2. Tribe and Ethnicity in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Kh. Bijoykumar Singh

3. Government and Politics in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. G. Amarjit Sharma

4. Politics of Resistance in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. G. Amarjit Sharma

5. Economic Development in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Rakhee Bhattacharya

6. History of Frontiers and Borderlands in North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Lipokmar Dzuvichu

7. Connected Histories of North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Lipokmar Dzuvichu

8. Cultural Histories of North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Manjeet Baruah

9. Print Culture and Social Change in Colonial North East India (4 Credits)
Course In-charge: Dr. Manjeet Baruah

 

MA Optional Course

Politics of Development in North East India (4 credits)
Course in charge: Dr. G. Amarjit Sharma

 

BA Optional Course

1. Introduction to History of North East India, 1826 - 1947 (3 Credits)
Course in charge: Dr. Lipokmar Dzuvichu

2. Colonialism and Christianity in North East India (3 Credits)
Course in charge: Dr. Lipokmar Dzuvichu

3. Introduction to Literatures of North East India (3 credits)
Course in charge: Dr. Manjeet Baruah

4. Colonialism and Culture in North East India (3 credits)
Course in charge: Dr. Manjeet Baruah

5. Politics in North East India (3 credits)
Course in charge: Dr. G. Amarjit Sharma

6. Sociology of North East India (3 credits)
Course in charge: Dr. Kh. Bijoykumar Singh