Comparative Indic Studies & Tribal Science

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Project Description

Introduction

India is an ancient civilization with widespread social, political, linguistic, cultural, philosophical, artistic, religious, spiritual, and natural diversity Tribal people, should be disseminated understanding of issues relating to Indian arts, agricultural practices, tribal agro-techniques, industrialization and climate changes, philosophy, culture, societal values, and customs.

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This needs to establish innovative Department of Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS) to explore the traditional knowledge of tribal people.

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Objectives

The Course Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS) focuses on Indian ancient knowledge systems including cosmology, gemology , town planning concepts,  vedic mathematics, their music and instruments along with the traditional healing system by using natural resources. However, it also provides agro techniques for sustainable development in the modern globalization process.

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The broader objectives of the discipline will be:

  • Introducing the students to the concept of ancient Indian concept of cosmology in relation to present day science.
  • To carry research on natural resources particularly medicinal plants for benefit of society.
  • It provides training to Protect and restore the tribal culture, music and importance of their instruments.
  • To explore different farming systems to enhance the productivity to meet the need of growing population.

Outcomes

To achieve the sustainable goals by implementing the traditional knowledge along with the modern technology.

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Eligibility & Seats

  • The candidates seeking admission into M.A. in Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Sceince (CISTS) course must have a Bachelor’s degree from any University.
  • Number of seats for admission into M.A. in Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Sceince (CISTS) is 16.
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Semester Details

The Course Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS) focuses on Indian ancient knowledge systems including cosmology, gemology , town planning concepts,  vedic mathematics, music and instruments along with the traditional healing system by using natural resources.

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Course Structure

Department of Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS)

(Master of Arts in Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science)

First Semester

Paper Name of the Paper L      T        P
CIS- 601 Ancient Indian Concept of Cosmology 3       1        0
CIS -603 Vedic Mathematics 3       1        0
CIS – 605 Musicology 3       1        0
CIS – 607 Medicinal Botany and Indigenous Medicinal System 3       1        0
CIS -609 Tribal Agro-Techniques and Methods 3       1        0
IT-611 Information Technology

Second Semester

Paper Name of the Paper L      T        P
CIS – 602 Indian Geography and Climate Change 3       1        0
CIS – 604 Vrkshayurveda and Tribal Sciences 3       1        0
CIS – 606 Tribals Science of Gemology 3       1        0
CIS – 608 Elements of tourism in Tribal Tradition 3       1        0
CIS – 610 Science of Cosmology: Mythological view 0       0        4
OB-612 Organizational Behaviour

Third Semester

Paper Name of the Paper L      T        P
CIS – 701 Art and Artefacts of Tribals 3       1        0
CIS – 703 Managerial Sciences 3       1        0
CIS – 705 Tribal Products and Industries 3       1        0
TLS-608 Tribal Welfare and Development 3       1        0
TLS-705 Human Rights and Duties in India: Law, Policy, Society and Enforcement 3       1        0

Fourth Semester

Paper Name of the Paper L      T        P
CIS – 702 Food Habits of Tribal People 3       1        0
CIS – 704 Housing Concepts of Tribals 3       1        0
TCPE-601 Understanding of India and Tribal Culture 3       1        0
TCPE-703 Caste, Race & Tribe 3       1        0
CIS – 792 Fieldwork/Assignment and Dissertation 0       0        4
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COURSE FACULTIES

Department : Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS)

Prof. V. Venkatakrishnan
Prof. V. VenkatakrishnanProfessor
Ph.D
Experience : 25 Years
Dr. Madhumita Ray
Dr. Madhumita RayAssociate Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 20 Years
Dr. Yasobanta Das
Dr. Yasobanta DasAssociate Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 10 Years
Dr. Sishir Kumar Tripathy
Dr. Sishir Kumar TripathyAsst. Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 12 Years
Dr. Ratnakar Mohapatra
Dr. Ratnakar MohapatraAsst. Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 10 Years
Dr. Puspangada Dash
Dr. Puspangada DashAsst. Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 6 Years
Dr. Jyoti Ranjan Gochhayat
Dr. Jyoti Ranjan GochhayatAsst. Professor
Ph.D
Experience : 1 Years

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