Course Learning Outcomes

 CO1. Understand fundamental philosophical assumptions and concepts of human geography

CO2. Demonstrate an advanced understanding of contemporary debates in   

           Geography.

CO.3 Demonstrate knowledge of key concepts and contribution of seminal thinkers and theorists in the field of Human Geography

CO4. Analyse the relevance of emerging themes in human geography after cultural turn

CO5.  Understand how theoretical frameworks shape fieldwork

CO6.  Demonstrate how to conduct in-depth fieldwork 


CO 1. Understand the historical conditions in the process of urbanisation.

CO 2. Analyse the plurality of the urban.

CO 3. Analyse the complexities of the power matrix of urban life.

CO 4. Analyse the social and spacial inequalities in urban life.

CO 5. Formulate environmental and humanistic strategies influencing urban policy interventions.

Course Learning Outcomes

 CO1. Identify researchable area/topic in geography

CO2. Develop a research proposal

CO3. Execute different methods of data collection and analysis

CO4. Communicate research findings through appropriate mediums

CO5. Connect real world with theory and methods


Course Learning Outcomes

CO1: Establish the connections between imperialism, colonialism and neoliberalism

CO2: Trace the idea of Postcolonialism

CO3: Analyse the dimensions of Postcolonial thinking

CO4: Evaluate Neo liberalism and new imperialism

CO5: Analyse issues related to environment and development

CO6: Evaluate the idea of conservation and life of Adivasi population in India


urban image

To understand the plurality in urban and to analyse social and spacial inequalities in urban life. It also emphasis on the process of urbanisation with it's complexities. This course focuses on environmental and humanistic strategies influencing urban policy interventions.