M.A. / M.Sc. (by Papers)
(TWO YEAR CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM)
B.A. or B.Sc. in Geography from any UGC recognized University.
Students from other faculty graduation needs to appear for entrance examination.
The Structure of the M.A. / M.Sc. degree courses by papers is as follows. In the first year (Part-I) of M.A. / M.Sc. there are four compulsory papers and two practicals. In the second year (Part-II) there are two compulsory papers, two optional papers to be chosen by the candidate and two practicals. They are :
M.A. / M.Sc. Part I
Paper I : Fundamentals of Geomorphology
Paper II : Geography of Climato-biotic Interaction.
Paper III : Geography of Human Societies.
Paper IV : Spatial Organisation of Economic Activities.
Paper V : Practical Paper I (Tools and Techniques of Spatial Analysis - I)
Paper VI : Practical Paper II (Tools and Techniques of Spatial Analysis - II)
M.A. / M.Sc. Part II
Paper VII : Spatial Dimensions of Development.
Paper VIII : Geography of South Asia.
Paper IX & X : Optional Papers
Paper XI : Practical Paper III
Paper XII : Practical Paper IV
Each student shall choose two Optional Papers from Group A or Group B or Group C.
Alternatively he / she may select one paper from either Group A or Group B along with one paper / dissertation from Group C.
The Following is the list of Optional Papers in various groups :
Group A - Physical / Natural Resources Group:
1. Tropical Geomorphology.
2. Coastal Geomorphology.
3. Fluvial Geomorphology.
4. Climatology of the Tropics.
6. Plant Geography with special reference to tropics.
7. Geography of soils with special reference to tropics.
8. Geographical perspective on Ocean Development.
9. Geography of Water Resources Management.
Group B - Social and Cultural Group :
1. Regional Development and Planning.
2. Urban Geography.
3. Social Geography.
4. Historical Geography.
5. Political Geography.
6. Cultural Geography.
7. Agricultural Geography.
8. Geography of Energy Resources.
9. Industrial Geography.
10. Geography of Trade & Marketing.
11. Geography of Transport & Communications.
12. Geography of Tourism and Recreation.
13. Geography of Tribes with Special reference to India.
Group C - Interface Group:
1. Thematic Cartography.
2. Advanced Techniques in Geography.
3. Geography of Environmental Quality.
4. Theoretical Geography.
5. Geography of Health.
|Students from University of Mumbai
|Students from Other University
||Rs. 11700 + Rs. 400(Eligibility Fee)
|Reserved Category Students