History

Department of History Welcomes You

HISTORY / BACKGROUND /GENESIS

In the arts Faculty, History was Introduced along with the other Social Science in the year 1969 The Department of History was started with the appointment of shri S G Ghatapand, as lecturer he left the dept in 1969 Shri N R Mulla Joined the dept on 12th October 1969. He was deputed for M Phil on 18th August 1988 During his deputation Period, Shri J K Mallikarjunappa was in charge of the Deportment After completing M Phil degree, Shri N R Mulla rejoined the Department on 15th August 1989 and was in Service up to 1.1.2006

 

Shri N R Mulla took charge as principal on 01st July 2004 His work load was reduced from 18 to 6 periods. Hence Shri S H Nerennavar was promoted as full time lecturer from 01 July 2004 to 23 June 2008 this necessitated the appointment of one part time lecturer, Shri M M Jahagirdar joined the Department as part time lecturer on 18th July 2004 Shri M M Alur replaced Shri Jahagidar in 2007,

Shri N R Mulla retired on 1st Jan 2006 Shri S R Nagannavar lecturer joined the Dept on 23rd June 2008 as   for orders of collegiate Education and Management and is still in service,

History is very popular subject among the students since the inception of the college Ancient Indian History from early times to1206 A.D was introduced for B.A Part I Medieval Indian History from 1206 to 1707 AD for B.A II and Modern Indian History from 1707 to 1950 for B.A III were introduced since inception  of the department as one of the minor Subjects The work load of the History Department got increased with the Introduction of three subjects of equal Importance in 1990 91 History become one of the main optional subjects History of  Karnataka History of  Modern Europe was introduced as one of the optional for the Final  year degree course along with Modern Indian History, In that year total work load of the History Department got increased with introduction of subject of equal importance from 9 hours to 18 hours. When the semester system was introduced in the year 2005-06 total work load of the Department got increased from 18 to 20 hours.

The Department of History has adopted several innovative methods in Teaching. The students are motivated to take part in the monthly seminars, Quiz completion, question- Answer sessions. History Teaching  aids such as maps, coins, CD, Photographs of  Monuments, slides are being used regularly Hungund is Surrounded by places of History significance The Department of History arranged tours, every year.

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Main Vision of the department is to make the discipline still more popular. The department will suggest appropriate bodies to frame the syllabi taking in to consideration the practical aspects like competitive examinations. To introduce innovative methods in teaching and learning of the subject is also an endeavor of the department.

Mission

To study deeply the past History by using the particular skills of Historical thinking

To gave careful attention to evidence drawn from a wide variety of Source materials

GOALS & OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT

  1. One of the main objectives of Department of History is to help the students to acquire the knowledge of facts, concepts, terms,
  2. To help students to develop understanding between cause and effects means and motives and actions.
  3. To help the students to develop interest in historical happenings and in the study of History.
  4. To help the students develop positive attitude towards other people, religions, countries, social, political institution and ideas and also opinions.
  5. To help the students to develop appreciation of human achievements and cultural heritage.
  6. To help develop critical and creative thinking.
  7. To make the students patriotic, worthy and responsible citizens of India by emphasizing the glorious and rich cultural past.
  8. To stress the need of national unity, integrity and communal harmony in  strengthening the nation in the light of past experiences.
  9. Stress the need to shun the narrow regional and linguistic barriers and to develop broad national outlook.

History in not record of past events but is also narration of  glorious achievements of man. Man living in present must back to the History, otherwise he is deprived of many good and useful opportunities and experiences. This is the main emphasis of teaching History.

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No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

In Service

From

To

1

Prof. S. G. Ghatapanadi

MA, Ph.D

Lecturer

15-6-1969

11-9-1969

2

Prof. N. R. Mulla

MA, M.Phil,

Dip.in Epigraphy

Principal

12-9-1969

1.1.2006

3

Prof. Smt. B. I. Mandi

MA

Part time Lecturer

19-8-1993

9-8-1999

4

Shri. S. H. Nerennavar

MA

Part time Lecturer

1-9-1999

23-6-2008

5

Shri. M. M. Jagirdar

MA

Part time Lecturer

8-7-2004

2007

6

Shri M. M. Alur

MA

Part time Lecturer

08-07-2007

25.3.2009

7

Shri S R Nagannavar

MA, M.Phil.B.Ed,  Ph.D

Pull time Assistant Professor

23-6-08

In Service

Sl.

No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

In Service

From

To

1

Prof. S. G. Ghatapanadi

MA, Ph.D

Lecturer

15-6-1969

11-9-1969

2

Prof. N. R. Mulla

MA, M.Phil,

Dip.in Epigraphy

Principal

12-9-1969

1.1.2006

3

Shri. S. H. Nerennavar

MA

Part time Lecturer

1-9-1999

23-6-2008

4

Shri S R Nagannavar

MA, M.Phil.B.Ed,  Ph.D

Pull time Assistant Professor

23-6-08

In Service

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the chronology, narrative, major events, personalities and turning points of the history of the India.
  2. Provide multi-causal explanations of major historical development based on a contextualized analysis of Modern Europe.
  3. Correctly extract evidence from primary sources on Indian History by a analyzing and evaluating them in relation to their present cultural context and use that evidence to build and support an argument.
  4. Present the own need and facilities. Some try to forget History where as some view History as per their necessity. All the sage and saints through their saying portray history is very good it means that everyone is utilizing history according to their perspective only thing is we don’t realize it as it is past and parcel of our life.
  5. In this way, History always is alive giving a direction to presents hence history cannot be considered as only a syllabus to study. Countries may be ruled or became independent anytime but the feelings of patriotism remain in the hearts of the people. History provors people about going independence whenever they are ruled by.
  6. One historical truth is past condition creating present and it can giving new birth to future and so it is important to remind it.

History and Archaeology Specific Outcomes:

  1. After completion of this course they gather knowledge about the socio-cultural heritage of India and world as well.
  2. Help to grow national and international understanding among history students.
  3. The Department of History and Archaeology outlined program outcomes for the Holistic Knowledge and culture, citizens, Humanities Development of the Students like capability of independent leaning.
  4. Student seeking Admission for BA Program is expected to imbue with following quality which helps them in their future life to achieve the expected Goals.
  5. Careers options for students to engage as educators, archivists, producers of multimedia material and even as a researcher in historical sites and museums, historical organizations, cultural Resources Management and historic preservation etc.
  6. History helps them in knowing the past people, their culture, their religious, and social systems, and transforms them into responsible citizen to make better future.
  7. Show the ability to distinguish the primary sources from secondary sources, and formulate proper arguments with appropriate evidences .
  8. The BA graduates can pursue B.Ed. course and Opt- Teaching Career in the Schools. Also they can do post graduate Studies in their Respective Subjects studies in “Under Graduate” level.
  9. After their Post Graduation they may do M.Phil or Ph.D. and take teaching as their career in higher Education intuitions like Degree colleges and Universities.
  10. Student can avail good opportunities to work in the field of archaeology , education and research
  11. Journalism, Tourism, LLB (Law) etc. They are eligible to appear for any competitive examination conducted by UPSC, KPSC, Other Government services and Public Service Commission exams, Indian Railway Board, etc.
  12. They also pursue their studies in doing MBA, MTA, PG Diploma in Epigraphy (PGDE), PG Diploma in Archaeology Culture and Tourism (PGDACT), PG Diploma in Tourism (PGDT), PG Diploma in Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, PG Diploma in Mahatma Gandhi, PG Diploma in Computer (PGDC) Certificate Courses of any discipline, For Students interested in History and Archaeology subject can do the job in the following areas: Historian, Archaeologist, Researcher, Tourist Guide, Journalist, Administrator, Justice, Lawyer, and Social worker.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of course students will have knowledge and skills to:

  1. Describe various stages of development archaeology as a discipline
  2. Describe the methods of excavations.
  3. Explain various dating methods employed by the archaeologists.
  4. Identify and contextualize the past objects found during the explorations and excavations of sites.
  5. Interpret aspects of past societies.
  6. Analyses the role institutions and individuals in the development of Indian archaeology.
  7. Undertake projects related to the search of places related to the epics, Sangama texts and the Jain and Buddhist tradition.

I Semester

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Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of India (Early Times to Kushanas)

CO.01:  Identify Pre-historic and Proto historic sites, Geographical features tools, monuments and Sculptures of various dynasties.

CO.02:   Find out the stone Ages of Paleolithic, Neolithic and Megalithic ages

Co.03:  Learning about the history of Indus valley civilization enables a person to understand the ancient origins and how relevant they are to current issues.

CO.04:   Make comparative studies of Harappa culture and Vedic culture. Students will Learn a Basic Narrative of Historical event in a Specific Region of the Ancient India in a Specific time frame.

CO.05:  To Explain the qualities that made Alexander, Chandra Gupta Maury. Ashoka and Kaniska.

CO.06: Identify Harappa and historical places of Importance in the Indian Map

II Semester

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Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of India (From Gupta Period To 1206)

CO.01:    To Identify Archaeological and literary Sources to creating of Indian history. Learning about the Golden age of Gupta age and understand the personality of Samudragupta, Chandragupta Vikramaditya.

CO.02:   Analyzing the established of Chalukyas dynasty and to explain the qualities of Pulikesi II and other rulers. Students will Identify specific features of Chalukyas art and Architecture.

CO.03: Analyzing the various personalities and contributions of Rastrakutas.

CO.04:    Students will be comparative study of Pallava and               Chola Architecture. And know the background of Making Local self government of Chola dynasty.

CO.05: Capable of the analyzing the arab invasion and effects on India. And Knowledge of Indian Philosophy. and importance of human value from Vachana literature. 

III Semester

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Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of India (From 1206 to 1526)

CO.01:   To knowledge of political changes in the medieval India.

CO.02: Awareness the Art, Architecture, literature and theory of throne of medieval India

CO.03:   Highlight the significance of the Vijayanagara and Bahamani Sultana’s literary and wars.

CO.04: Knowledge of political process in the north Karnataka.

CO.05: Students will be learning a various religion principles and the comparative study of Sufis and other various philosophies.

IV Semester

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Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of India (From 1526 to 1707)

CO.01: To Knowledge the origin and Established of Mughal empire in India.

CO.02:   Capable the Explain political, Social and Religious theory of medieval India.

CO.03:   To the explain the personalities that made Babur, Shersha, Akbar, successful emperors

CO.04: To know the foundation of Maratha Empire in South India. And Shivaji the great successful emperors

V Semester Paper I

Sl.No

Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of India (From 1707-1905)

CO.01:   Knowledge of political transformations in colonial India

CO.02:  To the explain the personalities and reforms of successful Governors

CO.03:   Knowledge the details of various revenue systems, act and regulations to control India and changed as British India.

CO.04:  Capable the Analyze the causes a factors of 1857 revolutions. and successful Viceroy’s in India

V Semester Paper II

Sl.No

Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of Modern Europe, (1450 to 1914)

CO.01:    Explain the causes behind the downfall of Eastern Roman Empire and the effects of the Decline of Constantinople and new geographical discoveries made by various navigators through new explorations through sea routes.

CO.02: Understanding and analyzing the role of Renaissance in the Modern Europe.

CO.03:   Reformation movements and indentation of new materials and its impact around Europe and to various countries.

CO.04:  Analyzing the reasons and factors of unification and revolutions in Europe.

VI Semester Paper I

Sl.No

Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of Modern India (Indian National Movement and Post Independence India)

CO.01:   Reformation movements and indentation of new materials and its impact around India.

CO.02:  Making the Indian Constitution and understand about Principal organs of Indian Government.

CO.03:  Analyzing the various factors led to role of    moderates and extremist in during Indian National Movement.

CO.04: Explain the role of various plans of post independence India

VI Semester Paper II

Sl.No

Name of the Course

Course Outcome

1

History of Modern Europe, (1914 to 1990)

CO.01:  Explain the various factors led to commercial Revolution in Europe.

CO.02:   Analyzing the various wars including Ist and IInd World wars and Cold war.

CO.03:   Knowledge of established league of Nations and   UNO.

CO.04: Analyzing the Re-union of Germany and Disintegration of USSR and Gorbacheve a great Successful personality.

2017-18

Semester

Strength

Exam Ap

Pass

%

BA I sem

95

94

84

78.96

BAIII Sem

35

35

34

97.14

BA V Sem

54

52

50

96.5

BA II sem

89

88

86

97.72

BAIV Sem

34

34

34

100

BAVI Sem

54

53

53

100

 

2018-19

Semester

Strength

Exam Ap

pass

%

BA I sem

115

110

88

76.52

BAIII Sem

82

81

78

96.29

BA V Sem

34

34

33

97.05

BA II sem

111

105

80

76.19

BAIV Sem

84

81

74

91.35

BAVI Sem

31

31

31

100

  1. Special lecture and Cleaning Programme on 02nd October 2018 at collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka and our Department of History and Heritage Club.
  2. Special lecture on ‘Rise and Development of Modi Scripts on 24th October 2018. Department of History, Kannada Sangha and Collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  3. Special lecture on ‘Education System in Inscription’ on 16th January 2019. Department of History collaboration with literary and fine Art forum. 
  4. Historical Awareness Programme was organized by Heritage Club of our Department Collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  5. Cleaning Programme on 24th August 2019 at Historical Place Aihole monuments collaboration with Government of India Ministry of Culture Archaeological Survey of India Sub Circle and our Department of History and Heritage Club.
  6. Cleaning Pacwada Rally on 23rd September 2019 at Historical Place Aihole collaboration with Government of India Ministry of Culture Archaeological Survey of India Sub Circle and our Department of History and Heritage Club.
  7. Organization Two Day National Level Seminars On “Diversity and Conservation of Historical Monuments’ 26 and 27th February 2019. Collaboration and sponsored by Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  8. Organization One Day National Level Seminar On “Colonial Administration in India” 29th February 2020collaboration and sponsored by Department of Archives Government of Karnataka.
  9. Special lecture on ‘Indian Tradition and Youths’ on 11th February 2020. Collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  10. Special lecture on ‘Human Values in Folk Songs’ on 25th September 2019. Collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  11. Special lecture on ‘Indian Tradition and Youths’ on 11th February 2020. Collaboration with Department of Heritage and Archaeological Museum, Mysore Government of Karnataka.
  1. The Faculty Member S.R.Nagannavar Completed the Ph.D on The Development of Shaivism in Karnataka from 757 A.D. to 1336 A.D. Based on Inscriptions.
  2. The Faculty Member S.R.Nagannavar editing e more than three prossidings National Seminar
  3. A., B.Sc and B.Com Students are also prepare the research Projects on various topic every year under the Department of History and Heritage Club.

Name of the Faculty

Seminars, Conferences and Workshops

State Level

National Level

Inter National Level

S.R.Nagannavar Assistant Professor

Presented

Attended

Presented

Attended

Presented

Attended

-

02

18

18

-

-

UGC Sponsored Minor Research Project

1.      The Role of Desagati Families in National Movement at Hungund Taluka-2010

2.      The Survey of Kalyan Chalukyas Temples in Hungund Taluka- 2016

Ph.D Award

Topic

University

Year of Award

Karnatkadalli Shaiva Dharmad Belavanige [757 to 1336 Shasanagalannu Anulakshsi]

Karnataka University Dharawad

2021

Dr.Shivanand.R.Nagannavar

Assistant Professor of History

V.M.K.S.R.Vastrad Arts, Science and

V.S.Bellihal Commerce College, Hungund.

Mobile : +919880538727

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