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Qualification for Bangalore University Distance Education MA admission

Open University Scheme requires the candidate to have completed 18 years of age as on 1st of June of that academic year.

Regular Scheme requires the candidates must complete minimum Graduation or Bachelor Degree

Term of MA correspondence in Bangalore University: 2 years

Medium : Kannada/English.

Bangalore University correspondence MA syllabus
Correspondence MA in Philosophy
I year
  • Paper 1: Problems of Indian Philosophy
  • Paper 2 : Problems of Western Philosophy
  • Paper 3 : Logic
  • Paper 4 : Contemporary Western Philosophy
  • Paper 5 : Contemporary Indian Philosophy
II year
  • Paper 6 : Computer Applications (Subject to change)
  • Paper 7 : Modern Moral Philosophy
  • Paper 8 : Philosophy of Religion
  • Paper 9 : Elective : The Bhagvadgita
  • Paper 10 : Elective : Plato S Theatatus
Correspondence MA in Sanskrit
I year
  • Paper 1 : Vedic Studies & Niruktha
  • Paper 2 : Forms of Classical Literature
  • Paper 3 : Principles of Litrary Criticism
  • Paper 4 : Grammar -1 & Philogy
  • Paper 5 : Elements of Darsanas
II year
  • Paper 6 : Upanishad & Geeta
  • Paper 7 : Grammer II
  • Paper 8 : Special Subjects : Darsana-I Advaita & Dvaita-Sahitya-I Pre Dvani period -Arthashastra-I Epics & Puranas
  • Paper 9 : Special Subjects : Darsana-II Visistadvaita & Sivadvaita -Sahitya-II Dhvani period- Arthashastra-II Smritis
  • Paper 10 : Special Subjects : Darsana-II Post Dhvani period -Sahitya-III Post Dhvani period -Arthasthtra-III: Kautillyla and post - Kautilya period
Correspondence MA in French
I year
  • Paper 1 : Contemporary Grammer
  • Paper 2 : Civilisation XVIII Century to the Modern times
  • Paper 3 : History of French Literature 17& 18 centuries movements and the representatives authors & study of extracts.
  • Paper 4 : History of French Literature of the 19th century
  • Paper 5 : Lnguistics
II year
  • Paper 6 : Translation
  • Paper 7 : Study of Special author: Les Fleurs du Mel:Baudelaire / History of French Litrearue: 20 cen
  • Paper 8 : Functional French-Business & Tourism or India & French Literature of the 19 century
  • Paper 9 : Computer Applications
  • Paper 10 : Methodology of Teaching French
Correspondence MA in Urdu
I year
  • Paper 1 : Prose
  • Paper 2 : Poetry
  • Paper 3 : History of Literature & Linguistics
  • Paper 4 : Classical Languages
  • Paper 5 : Transalation of Literature
II year
  • Paper 6 : Literary Criticism, Thetoric & Prosody
  • Paper 7 : Drama & Fiction
  • Paper 8 : Electives: • Tanz -O-Mizah • Urdu Afsana
  • Paper 9 : Special study of an author : • Allarna Iqbal • Premchand
  • Paper 10 : Comparative Study of Gazal & Masnavi
Correspondence MA in Sociology
I year
  • Paper 1 : Classical Sociology
  • Paper 2 : Structure & Change in Indian Society
  • Paper 3 : Rural Society in India
  • Paper 4 : Sociology of Minorities
  • Paper 5 : Sociology of Women
II year
  • Paper 6 : Sociological Theories
  • Paper 7 : Research Methods & Statistics
  • Paper 8 : Education & Society
  • Paper 9 : Sociology of Economic Development
  • Paper 10 : Sociology of Industrial Relations
Correspondence MA in Kannada
I year
  • Paper 1 : Pracheena & Madyakaleena Kannada Sahitya
  • Paper 2 : Sangathya Sahitya
  • Paper 3 : Kannada Sahityaddyayanada Sadhana Samagrigalu
  • Paper 4 : Adhunika Sahitya Bagha - I
  • Paper 5 : Kannada Sahitya Vimarshe Mathu Kan Samskruthika Patyagalu
II year
  • Paper 6 : Adhunika Kannada Sahitya : Bagha-II (Kavya - Nataka)
  • Paper 7 : Thoulanika Kavyameemamse Mathu Adhunika Sahitya Vimarsheya Moola Thathvagalu
  • Paper 8 : Janapada mathu Sahithya Adhyayana Kannadakke Sambadhisidhanthe
  • Paper 9 : Samskriti Adhyayana
  • Paper 10 : Kannada Samsktruthika Patyagalu
Correspondence MA in Telugu
I year
  • Paper 1 : Evolution of Telugu Language
  • Paper 2 : Evolution of Telugu Literature
  • Paper 3 : Telugu Grammer & Poetics
  • Paper 4 : Telugu Texts (Poetry & Dramma)
  • Paper 5 : History & Culture of Andhras
II year
  • Paper 6 : Literary Criticism
  • Paper 7 : Special Study of an Author Nandi
  • Paper 8 : Folklore
  • Paper 9 : Modern Literature
  • Paper 10 : Comparative Literature (Kannada & Telugu )
Correspondence MA in History
I year
  • Paper 1 : Culture History of India to 1800 AD
  • Paper 2 : History of Political Ideas & Institution to 1800 AD
  • Paper 3 : History of Freedom Movement in India 1857 - 1950 AD
  • Paper 4 : History of United States since 1776 AD
  • Paper 5 : History of China, Japan & South, East Asia from 1900 AD
II year
  • Paper 6 : Intelllectual History of India 1800–1947
  • Paper 7 : Historical Method & Historiography
  • Paper 8 : History of International Affairs since 1918 AD
  • Paper 9 : Social Reforms Movement with special reference to Dr. B.R.Ambedkar
  • Paper 10 : Contemporary History of India 1947–1980
Correspondence MA in Economics
I year
  • Paper 1 : Micro Economics
  • Paper 2 : Quantitative Method in Economics
  • Paper 3 : Public Economics
  • Paper 4 : Agricultural Economics
  • Paper 5 : Money and Banking
II year
  • Paper 6 : Macro Economics
  • Paper 7 : Development Economics
  • Paper 8 : Indian Economics
  • Paper 9 : International Economics
  • Paper 10 : Comparative Banking Systems
Correspondence MA in Political Science
I year
  • Paper 1 : Political Thought & Development of Modern India
  • Paper 2 : Public Administration
  • Paper 3 : Indian Constitution, Government
  • Paper 4 : World Politics
  • Paper 5 : Modern Political Theory
II year
  • Paper 6 : Political Thought
  • Paper 7 : Modern Political Analysis
  • Paper 8 : Comparative Politics
  • Paper 9 : Political System of South Asia & China
  • Paper 10 : Government & Politics in Karnataka
Correspondence MA in English
I year
  • Paper 1 : English Literature upto 1900
  • Paper 2 : English Literature 1900 and after
  • Paper 3 : English for Literary Study
  • Paper 4 : Indian Writing in English
  • Paper 5 : Modern English Structure and usage
II year
  • Paper 6 : Literary Criticism
  • Paper 7 : Modern Indian Literature
  • Paper 8 : European Literature
  • Paper 9 : American Literature
  • Paper 10 : Common wealth Literature
Correspondence MA in Hindi
I year
  • Paper 1 : Linguistics
  • Paper 2 : History of Hindi Language
  • Paper 3 : Modern Hindi Poetry
  • Paper 4 : Modern Hindi Prose
  • Paper 5 : Special study of any one of the following: -Translation Methodology - Vyavaharik Hindi
II year
  • Paper 6 : Ancient and Medieval Hindi poetry
  • Paper 7 : History of Hindi Literature
  • Paper 8 : Kavya Shaastra-Bharathiya & Paschathya
  • Paper 9 : Speical study of one of the following: Tulasidas - Kabirdas
  • Paper 10 : Comparative study of Hindi Literature & the literature of one of the following Languages: Sanskrit / Kannada

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Correspondence MA eligibility
Regular Scheme: BA / Equivalet to Graduation
Open University Scheme: 18 years of age of the particular academic year
Required documents to get Bangalore university MA correspondence admission
SSLC/PUC Marks Card
Degree Marks Card
Original Migration Certificate
Caste Certificate
Xerox Copy of all Marks Cards
Original Transfer Certificate
Age Proof Certificate for Open University Scheme
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