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Department of History
"Today marks the footprints of journey already made & instills hope in the destination yet to achieve."
A historical landmark was made in the year 1920, when the History Department was established in St. Agnes College. Today, the department has completed 90 years of its journey on the road of progress and achievement.
History is a powerhouse of information. It records the events, happenings and challenges of humankind in its totality, unmindful of space and time. The History department through its subject directs the learner towards the exploration of the events in the context of both National and International happenings. Today our study has become more critical and scientific as we dive into the catalogue of events in a descriptive manner. The subject of history directs our enthusiasm to know and wonder about our own doings and thereby inspires us to learn more and achieve better in the years to come. The course tries to keep in mind the three important aims of Higher Education - innovative learning, research and comparative study building up within the student a thirst for excellence.
The department of History is one of the oldest departments of St. Agnes College, Mangalore., established in the year 1921 . In the past eight decades it has educated thousands of graduates who have made their mark in society. At present the faculty is an integral part of the University of Mangalore at the undergraduate level.
The department of History offers a three year B.A. Degree Course covering the History of India (Ancient, Medieval & Modern) . Students are given an opportunity to study the regional history of Karnataka. The department also ventures to keep the students informed about the international happenings through the History of Europe and Modern Asia.
Mounting Exhibitions on historical and cultural themes, preparation of charts & posters are ongoing activities of the department. Inculcating a sense of patriotism and pride in our cultural heritage and motivating the students to become ideal citizens of India are the primary goals of the department. To achieve these goals students are encouraged to participate in the programmes of the department.
- To develop in our students the ability to understand the present, in the light of the past.
- The students will learn to collect, organize and interpret historical data
- To enable the students to face the Competitive Examinations, conducted by Karnataka Public Service Commission and Union Public Service Commission.
- To become confident to pursue Post-Graduate studies.
- To create awareness among our students with regard to origin of culture and tradition. There by, they will develop interest in the perpetuation, protection and patronization of the same for the future.
|Papers Offered||Activities||Staff Members|
Profile of the Department
|Name of the Department||History|
|Year of Establishment||1924|
|Courses & Programmes and Subject combinations offered||Undergraduate
Bachelor of Arts
HES, HEP, HPEng HPSYEng,
|Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled||
Management - 01
|Number of students (women only)||202|
|Ratio of Teacher to Students||1:101|
|Latest revision of the curriculum:||2011|
|Success ratio of students||2010-2011-100%|
|Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl/Seminars ( last 5 years)||Prof. Shirley D’silva(2)
Mr. Wilfred D’souza(1)
|Research projects completed during last five years & their outlay
||UGC sponsored Minor Research Project Sanctioned 50 thousand|
|Number of Books in the departmental library||508|
|Number of Computers:||Two|
'The Study of Coins-Post Independent India'
Extension Activity Teaching Primary Kannada medium Schools of St. Agnes & St. Sebastian School Bendur
Exhibition put up by the History Department 2010-11 "World Crowns" Ppepared by students now kept in the College Museum
Department of history gives to the students the students the thirst for research by giving them research based assignments every semester. Some of them are interdisciplinary
|1.||Ms.||Shirley M.G. D'Silva||M.A.|
|3.||Mrs.||Therese Wilma Mascarenhas||M.A.|