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Introduction to B.A. (Hons.) History and International Relations

Introduction to B.A. (Hons.) History and International Relations

B.A. (Hons.) History and International Relations program has been specifically designed to reflect the belief that a proper understanding of history, apart from being indispensable to an educated individual, should embrace some perspectives from related disciplines in humanities, hence its combination with the field of International Relations. The program also embraces other aspects of Humanities, Social Sciences and other Natural Sciences. It examines the global evolution of international relations, with an emphasis on in-depth historical studies supported by political and sociological analysis.

In addition to the intellectual alertness that arises from the knowledge of history, students will also acquire balanced judgement in readiness for research, administrative and managerial responsibilities. Students also acquire the awareness on how the realities of our contemporary world necessitate new insights into the main political, social and economic forces that have shaped specific historical events and also how these historical events and other factors have enhanced or impeded world historical development.

This 3-year program allows you to study the past through political, social, economic, artistic, intellectual and cultural channels. You also get to grips with the up-to-date political issues of international relations by analyzing globalization and global governance. The program helps you deepen your knowledge and understanding of the key events and debates in contemporary international relations.
Graduates from this course may progress on a number of career paths. Popular career destinations include:
  • Public Administration
  • Civil Service
  • Political Analysis and Research
  • International Organizations
  • Campaigning Organizations
  • Consultancy
  • Journalism, Publishing and Media
  • Research and Teaching
The students should have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks or equivalent grade in 10+2, in any discipline, to be eligible for this program.


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Dr. Priyanka Banerji
Dr. Priyanka Banerji

Department of Art,Media,Humanities and Social Sciences
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Neetu Rathore
Neetu Rathore

Department of Art,Media,Humanities and Social Sciences
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