Available courses


This course on LaTeX offers a training on a high-quality typesetting system. It includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. It encourages authors not to worry too much about the appearance of their documents but to concentrate on getting the right content.

Course Outcome

  • To design a course using Moodle



This course aims to introduce Arabic short stories to the students

The aim of the course is to introduce the basic forms of Arabic structures and Morphology through applied models so as to help the students for developing the skill to use the correct written language.

This course aims to explore the historical background of the Arabs from the period of ignorance to the Umayyad Period and how the Islamic culture and civilization affected their history and destiny.

To introduce various types of advertisements in Arabic and its translation to English

Biotechnology course discusses topics related to Plant Tissue Culture and Recombinant DNA Technology and the major applications of Biotechnology. The course also introduces the scope and relevance of technologies including Tissue Engineering, Embryonic Stem Cell Culture, Animal cloning and Terminator Technology. 

The branch of science that deals with the phenomenon that occurs on the surfaces or interfaces, viz., corrosion, heterogeneous catalysis, electrode processes, dissolution, crystallization etc. It also deals with some important processes of adsorption, catalysis and colloids.

First Semester MSc.Chemistry. Organic Chemistry Basic concepts

To introduce the students  to statistical thermodynamics

Target group for this course is Fourth Semester B.Sc. Zoology Core students

The main objectives of the course are

To create awareness about the different levels of  Biodiversity and systematic positioning of each living organism

To get insight into need for protection of Biodiversity

           Module 3: Carbenes, Carbenoids, Nitrenes and Arynes

This course deals with the study of the environment in which business operate and how to identify, formulate, implement and evaluate appropriate strategies for competitive advantage and business sustainability.

Course Outcome:

 Outcome 1: Understand different types of communication channels 

Outcome 2: Familiarise with the preparation of job application letters

 Outcome 3: Familiarize with the methods of communication in business /able to write Business letters of their own 

Outcome 4: Develop an understanding on the importance of IT in communicationand various IT assisted communication techniques 

Outcome 5: Understand the basics of MIS /able to justify the importance of Management Information System

  • To familiarise the students with the conceptual framework of orgnisational behaviour
  • To make them aware of managerial applicability of the concepts

Course Outcome

After completing the course the student shall be able to:

  •  Understand the factors to be taken into consideration while commencing a business
  • Evaluate the current industrial policies
  •  Analyze the evolution of classical management thought with the emerging management principles
  • Familiarise  with the external and internal factors affecting the decision making process.
  •  Understand predict and manage the behavior of individuals.

SAPM deals with how to analyse Securities and Manage Portfolio of Individual investors and Institutional Investors.

Course Outcome:

  • To familiarise the students with the conceptual framework of organisational behaviour
  • To make them aware of the managerial applicability of the concepts


  • To impart basic knowledge of the important Business Laws in India
  • To enable the students to apply the provisions of Business Laws in business activities.

Course Objective:

  • To provide basic knowledge of Banking and Insurance
  • To familiarise the students with the changing scenario of Indian Banking and Insurance sector


Learner is able to:

  • Understand about natural resources,ecosystem,biodiversity and its conservation
  • Understand recent green initiatives like green accounting,green banking and environmental audit
  • Understand about RTI Act 2005 & Human Rights





Gives the student an overall briefing of the basics of econometric analysis in such a way as to equip a person to do the analyses with due care. The specifications determining the goodness and accuracy of the model are also discussed in the course.

Target Group

The course is offered for fourth semester students of B.A.Economics Honours programme. The course is a continuation of their Basic Econometrics course done in the third semester. 

Course Content

The course content consists of introduction to multiple regression and k-variable regression analysis and hypothesis testing. 

Objective of the Course

The programme intends to make the students capable of doing econometric analyses on various economic relationships for a better understanding of the phenomena and concepts.  

This course includes the basics of macroeconomics.

IV Semester BA Economics

The course is designed primarily as an introduction to the English Renaissance and to the texts that shaped it/were shaped by it.The major authors in the course include Shakespeare, Jonson and Marlowe. Their works will be studied in their historical perspective.

The objective of this course is to introduce the major literary trends during the Victorian Age and to familiarize students with social and literary movements like Decadence, Imagism, Symbolism, Oxford Movement, Aestheticism, PreRaphaelites, etc. To Interpret and analyze representative novels and plays of the Victorian era keeping in view the historical and intellectual backgrounds dominating the periods being studied.The course journeys through the Victorian period which was a fecund era of political awakening, democratic and social reforms, material progress resulting from scientific, industrial, and mechanical progress, religious skepticism, and pessimism. It includes the works of major Victorian poets including Tennyson, the Brownings, Arnold, Hopkins, and the Rossettis. It takes the student through the intellectual currents of the Victorian era as expressed by such writers as Carlyle, Newman, Ruskin, and Darwin.

Abhijnana sakuntalam drama written by Kalidasa,seven act play,hero  king Dushyanta and heroin sakuntala

To provide a general information about Hindi literature through Novel&Short stories.

To develop the narrative and imaginative power of students

Through novel & Short stories students can experience the various incidents of human life.


Meghaduta of Kalodasa is famous Lyrics.It has two parts.

To develop creativity and proficiency in language and literature. To understand the evolution and transformation of language and literature in the course of time. To acquire knowledge about Kerala's culture.


Course Code : MAT5COR06


Objectives      :

  • To obtain an integrating factor which may reduce a given differential equation into an exact one and eventually provide its solution. 
  • To familiarize the orthogonal trajectory of the system of curves on a given surface.  
  • To use Lagrange’s method for solving the first order linear partial differential equation.

Text Books     : 

  1. Shepley L. Ross - Differential Equations, 3rd ed., ( Wiley India ). 
  2. Ian Sneddon – Elements of Partial Differential Equation ( Tata Mc Graw Hill)

1st Semester MSc Mathematics core paper

3rd Semester MSc Mathematics Core Paper

6th Semester BSc Mathematics Core Course 

B.Sc Chemistry  - Complementary

In this topic the discussion is about linear operators

Counting problems

This is one of the paper in II M. Sc. Statistics Course

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Education
  • Different philosophies of education
  • Great educational thinkers and their contributions
  • Value education

This course is part of the Applied Ethics paper for the II semester MA philosophy course. 

This course covers the first module which deals with biomedical ethics.

Syllabus  :  https://maharajas.ac.in/images/ma_philosophy_syllubus_2019.pdf

Module I - Bio-Ethics

 Nature and function of applied ethics –Bioethics: Scope,Biosafety- Legal and socio-economic impact of biotechnology- use of genetically modified organisms and their release in the environment- Ethical issues on Abortion-Euthanasia-Autonomy and paternalism- surrogate motherhood- sex determination -Organ transplantation and organ procurement- reproductive medicine, cloning, stem cell research (30hours) 


1. Peter Singer &Helga Kuhse ,Bio ethics :An anthology , Blackwell. 

2. Peter Singer, Practical Ethics (chapter 5&6), Cambridge University Press,1999. 

3. Manuel Velasquez, Philosophy – A Text with readings (Chapter vii) Wadsworth,2008. 

4. David Appelbaum & Sarah veronelawton , Ethics and the professions, London1999(chapters5- 7,pp55-101) 

5. Peter Singer ed. A companion to Ethics (Chapters 25-26,pp294-314), Blackwell, 1997. 

6. Marcus DüwellBioethics: Methods, Theories, Domains( pp. 193-232) 

7. Satheesh K M Bio ethics and bio safety(chapters 7, 8, 9, 20-26) I K International Publishing House, 2008.

This course is intended for BSc Mathematics students as a Complementary course.

This course is on Nuclear Properties and  Nuclear Models.
वेत्ति अनया इति विद्या l विद्या अस्य शब्दस्य अर्थः अस्ति ज्ञानम् l 

क्रिस्तुभागवतम् पि सि देवास्या महोदयेन विरचितं एकं महाकाव्यम् भवति। अस्मिन् ग्रन्थे रामायणस्य शैलीं अवलम्ब्य येशुक्रिस्तोः चरित्रं वर्णयति। ३३सर्गाः सन्ति। अनेकपुरस्काराणि ग्रन्थकर्तारं प्रति लब्धम्।

This course offered to PG Sanskrit first year .To enable the creativity of poetrywritng according to the rules by ancient scholors.

सिद्धान्तमुक्तावली नाम एकः न्यायदर्शनग्रन्थः।
ग्रन्थकर्ता मम्मटः।

दश उल्लासाः सन्ति।

काव्यभेदाः, लक्षणम्, प्रयोजनं, रसभेदाः इत्यादि विषयाणि प्रतिपादयन्ति।

Measures of central tendency , Dispersion, skewness and kurtosis are discussed. Moreover Index numbers are also included. 

Various mutivariate distributions like multinomial distribution, multivariate normal distributions and their properties are discussed.

This is a complementary paper in statistics for I semester B. sc. Physics Students



This Part of Paper- Invertebrata Part-II 

Target- Second Semester B.Sc Zoology students 

This course deals with

 How to identify  animals categorized under Phylum : Mollusca and  Chordata the classification upto Classes

Detailed study of Type : Amphioxus

Detailed study about Pearl formation and culture

Formal and informal