Master of Arts


Master of Arts in Education is commonly known as M.A Education, which is actually a post graduate course. Its duration is 2 years with 4 semesters. There will be changes regarding the duration, semester system, course plan etc. according to the institutions. This course is available in both modes, which are regular and Correspondence. This degree should be completed by a student in a maximum of 5 years and minimum of 2 years, and this duration may vary. This is actually a theoretical course which mainly focuses on basic information of theory and practice. This course contains a series of very basic subjects which is designed in such a way so as to cover all the basic areas of education and number of very advanced courses as different specialization. M.Ed. is not similar to M.A Education, even though the terminology is alike, both courses are different and each have their own requisites but the contents are almost alike. Advantages or Benefits of Doing Master of Arts in Education This course offers a wider and more inclusive understanding of education. As it is a field of knowledge. In specific aspects of education this course gives higher level of specialization. This course enables the candidate to be professionals for effectively participating in different dimensions of education. Courses like M.Phil. And Ph.D. degree programmes can be pursued by the candidates after M.A Education.



Philosophy of History & Historiography in western tradition - I History & Historiography in India Tradition - VI
History of Modern World : 1870-1945 - II India Society in Transition : 1800-1920 - VII
Foundation & expansion of east India company rule in India 1757-1858 - III History of contemporary world since 1945 - VIII
Ancient India Political thought & institutions - IV History of India : form Babar to Aurangzeb (1526 to 1707 A.D.) - IX
Cultural heritage of Gujarat 942-1304-A.D.- V India epigraphy & Historiography - X
History of Freedom Movement in India 1857-1947 - XI History of Tourism in India & its Application - XVI
Politics in India Since Independence 1947-2000 - XII India Society in Transition : 1800-1920 - VII
Foundation & expansion of east India company rule in India 1757-1858 - III Peasant & Tribal Movements in Colonial India - 1757-1947 - XVII
Agrarian & Village History of Colonial India 1757-1947 - XIII Constructive Activies in Gujarat : 1914-2000 - XVIII
Political History of Gujarat 1914-1960 - XIV Gandhi,Sardar & Politics in Gujarat : 1915-1960 - XIX
Socio-religious Movements in 19th Century Gujarat - XV India Archeology, Numismatics, Musicology & Archives - XX
Seminars & Presentations based on Self Studied Topics Seminars & Presentations based on Self Studied Topics


Literary From : Drama -I  Comparative Literature - VI
Indian Liteary Criticism -II   Linguistics -VII
Myth & Literature - III  A Study of Author - VIII
Modern Literature- IV  Post Modern Literature- IX
Writing Method & Profreading -V  Literature And Film -X
Western Literary Criticsm - XI  World Literature - XVI
Concept of INdian Literature - XII Linguistics -II - XVII
Literature and Sociology - XIII  Literature and Psychology -XVIII
Text of Medieval Gujarati Literature - XIV  Contemporary Texts -XIX
Popular Literature - XV  Literature Journalism -XX