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Loreto College, Kolkata

LORETO COLLEGE
Established : 1912 Type : -
President : - Principal : Sister Christine Coutinho
Former Name : - Location : Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Affiliations : University of Calcutta Website :
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»Arts
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Contact Details
Address
  7, Sir William Jones Sarani (formerly Middleton Row), Kolkata - 700 071, West Bengal,India
Phone
  +91 033 2264 0952
Email
 
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Affiliation, Accreditation & Recognization
 
Departments
 
»Under Graduate
»Post Graduate
»Special Courses
»Certificate Courses
Course Details
Loreto College offers B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. courses in the following subjects.
Under Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Arts
 
»Honors Courses
  • Education
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Philosophical Foundations of Education & Contributions of Great Educators
      • Paper II
        • Psychological Foundation of Education: Cognitive Approach
          & Development Approach
      • Paper III
        • History of Education in India
      • Paper IV
        • Development of Education in Free India

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • Sociological Foundation of Education, School Organisation
          & Educational Management
      • Paper VI
        • Psychology of Adjustment & Guidance
      • Paper VII
        • Evaluation in Education and Statistical Application
      • Paper VIII
        • Educational Technology & Curriculum Studies

  • English
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • History of English Literature
      • Paper II
        • Poetry
      • Paper III
        • Drama
      • Paper IV
        • Fiction

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • Nineteenth & Twentieth Century Poetry
      • Paper VI
        • Drama
      • Paper VII
        • Prose
      • Paper VIII
        • Optional Paper

  • History
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • History of India from Earliest Times to 650 A.D.
      • Paper II
        • History of India from 1650 to 1556 A.D.
      • Paper III
        • Transformation of Europe (15th to 17th centuries)
      • Paper IV
        • Aspects of Antiquity

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • History of India from 1556 to 1818
      • Paper VI
        • History of India from 1818 to 1964
      • Paper VII
        • History of Europe (1789 to 1919)
      • Paper VIII
        • Trends in World Politics

  • Political Science
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Political Theory
      • Paper II
        • Comparative Politics of Government
      • Paper III
        • Government & Politics in India
      • Paper IV
        • International Relations

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • Western Political Thought
      • Paper VI
        • Indian Political Thought & Movement
      • Paper VII
        • Political Sociology
      • Paper VIII
        • Public Administration

  • Major in Computer Application
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Foundations of Computer Science - I,
          Programming Fundamentals - I,
          Computer Systems Design - I,
          Computers and Social Sciences - I
      • Paper II
        • Practicals :
          Structured Programming Language - I,
          Scripting Language(General) - I,
          Document Markup Languages,
          Sessional Work

    • Part II
      • Paper III
        • Programming Fundamentals - II,
          Computer Systems Design - II,
          Applied Computer Science - I,
          Computers and Social Sciences - II
      • Paper IV
        • Practicals : Structured Programming Language - II,
          Database Manipulation Language,
          Scripting Languages(Web) - II,
          Sessional Work

    • Part III
      • Paper V
        • Foundations of Computer Science - II,
          Applied Computer Science - II,
          Applied Computer Science - III,
          Computers and Social Sciences - III
      • Paper VI
        • Practicals :
          Structured Programming Language - III,
          Symbolic,
          Functional and Logic Programming Languages,
          GUI Building using RAD Tools,
          Sessional Work
      • Paper VII
        • Industrial Training and Internal Software Project
      • Paper VIII
        • Entrepreneurship Development

  • Major in Communicative English
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Phonetics
      • Paper II
        • Remedial Grammar

    • Part II
      • Paper III
        • Writing Skills
      • Paper IV
        • Linguistics & Conversational English

    • Part III
      • Paper V
        • A. Media
          B. English for Business Communication
      • Paper VI
        • A. Current Affairs & General Knowledge
          B. Practical/Oral.
      • Paper VII
        • On-Job Project: Teaching Conversational English.
      • Paper VIII
        • Entrepreneurship

»General Courses
  • Education
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Principles of Education
      • Paper II
        • Educational Psychology
      • Paper III
        • Development of Education in Modern India

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Evaluation & Guidance in Education

  • Elective English
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Poetry & Unseen
      • Paper II
        • Prose & Comprehension
      • Paper III
        • Drama & Essay

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Indian Writing in English & Unseen

  • History
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Indian History (Pre-historic Times to 16th century A.D)
      • Paper II
        • Indian History (1526 A.D. to 1914 A.D)
      • Paper III
        • Modern Europe (1789 to 1939)

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • India and the World 1914 to1964: Selected Themes

  • Political Science
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Political Theory
      • Paper II
        • Comparative Politics & Government
      • Paper III
        • Government & Politics in India

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Contemporary Political & Administrative Issues in India

  • Geography
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Physical Geography : Geomorphology, Climatology & Biogeography
      • Paper II
        • Human Geography & Regional Geography of India: Social Geography, Economic Geography & Regional Geography
      • Paper III
        • Applied Geographical Techniques

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Applied Geography : Land Use & Settlement Geography; Remote Sensing & Thematic Mapping

  • Bengali
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • History of Bengali Literature. Meter, Rhetoric, Literary Terms
      • Paper II
        • Poetry; Modern Short Stories; Modern Poetry
      • Paper III
        • Novels, Drama & Selected Essays

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Linguistics, International Script, Proof-reading, Translation,Interviews & Reporting, Advertising, Letter writing (formal), Essay writing

  • Hindi
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • History of Hindi Literature
      • Paper II
        • Poetry : Medieval & Modern
      • Paper III
        • Prose : drama, short stories, novels, essays, etc

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Functional Hindi, Official Hindi, Hindi Grammar, etc.

  • Economics
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Microeconomics
      • Paper II
        • Macroeconomics
      • Paper III
        • Problems of the Indian Economy

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Development Economics and Elementary Statistics

  • Psychology
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Basic Psychological Processes; Biological Bases of Behavior; Developmental Psychology; Educational Psychology.
      • Paper II
        • Social Psychology; Industrial Psychology; Psychopathology; Adjustment.
      • Paper III
        • Practicals

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Guidance & Counselling / Practicals

  • Journalism & Mass Communication
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Print Journalism
      • Paper II
        • Media Management, Advertising & Public Relations
      • Paper III
        • Indian Constitution, Economy & Press Laws; Practicals

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Advanced Media Studies; Practicals

  • Film Studies
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Political & Sociological History of American, European,Asian & Latin American Cinema.
      • Paper II
        • Art & Technique of Cinema; Film as a Language; Film as compared to other arts.
      • Paper III
        • Analysis of Text Films; Special Area Study – Documentary; Reviews, Essays & Practical Film-making Exercise

    • Part II
      • Paper IV
        • Film Theory; Filmmaking – silent continuity film; Bengali Cinema.

  • Human Rights
    • Paper I
      • Introduction to Human Rights-Origin and Historic development of Human Rights.
      • Theories and Perspectives
      • UN and Human rights
      • Laws, Mechanisms and Instruments
      • Human Rights movements and achievements
      • Right to development and Human Rights

    • Paper II
      • Human rights and Environment, Education and Health
      • Human Rights and Consumer rights in India
      • Human rights Democracy and Peace, Terrorism and Militarization

    • Paper III
      • Human Rights in India
      • Reference to Constitution of India
      • Human Rights and National and State Human Rights commission, their composition powers and functions
      • Human rights and Terrorism
      • Religion, Communalism and Human Rights
      • Human Rights and Disadvantaged People-Women
      • Children, Displaced Persons and Ethnic Minorities
      • Indigenous People and Dalit and Disabled

    • Paper IV
      • Group - A
        • ( Theoretical ) - 70 marks
        • Research Methodology and Human Rights
        • Documentation and Report Writing

      • Group - B
        • Project-work-field-work based on Report related to Human Rights.
Bachelor of Science
 
»Honors Courses
  • Psychology
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • Psychological Processes and Biological Bases of Behaviour
      • Paper II
        • Human Development, Education and Assessment
      • Paper III
        • Psychology and Methodology
      • Paper IV
        • Practical (Laboratory Experiments)

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • Social and Industrial Psychology and Organizational Behaviour
      • Paper VI
        • Psychopathology, Health and counselling psychology
      • Paper VII
        • Practical (Laboratory Experiments, Problems on Psychometry and Psychological Tests)
      • Paper VIII
        • Practical (Laboratory Experiments, Problems on PaperV and VI and Short Project)

  • Geography
    • Part I
      • Paper I
        • A. Geomorphology
          B. Geotectonics
          C. Hydrology
      • Paper II
        • A. Climatology
          B. Biogeography
          C. Soil Geography
      • Paper III
        • A. Resources
          B. Economic Resources
          C. Human Resources
      • Paper IV
        • Practicals : Survey, Scales, Cartograms, Topographical Sheets.

    • Part II
      • Paper V
        • A. Social & Political Geography
          B. Regional Geography of India
      • Paper VI
        • A. Philosophy of Geography
          B. Contemporary Issues in Geography
      • Paper VII
        • Applied Geographical Techniques
      • Paper VIII
        • Statistical Techniques & Contemporary Issues in Geography
Post Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Education ( B. Ed. )
 
  • Part I
    • Foundations & Development of Education in Independent India
    • Psychology of Learning & Instruction
    • Educational Management
    • Pedagogical Study of School Subject (1)
    • Pedagogical Study of School Subject (2)
    • Compulsory Elective Paper
    • Development of Teaching Skills & Instructional Methods
    • Development of Teaching Skills & Instructional Methods
    • Teaching Practicals
    • Sessional Activities related to Teaching & Community Outreach Activities
Special Courses
 
»Computer
  • The contents of the courses :
    • Compulsory courses in Windows XP (operating system)
      Office 2000 (Application Package)
      Internet Application.
    • Special Courses in HTML (creating web pages & web sites)
      Photoshop (Image Editor)
      Flash (Web Animation)
      Corel Draw (Graphic Design Package).
    • Journalism Department (Quark Express) and Geography department (GIS) have special course in computer.
»Calligraphy
» International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership (IPSL)
»French
»Guiter
»Spoken English
»Value education
Certificate Courses
 
»Trained Teacher's Certificate (T.T.C.)
  • The two year course prepares teachers in all professional subjects, viz.
    • Educational Psychology
    • Principles of Education and School Organization
    • Methods of Teaching Subjects at the Primary Level such as Value Education.
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • History
    • Geography and General Science

  • Instruction is also given in Practical Subjects such as ,
    • Art and Craft
    • Physical Education
    • Speech Training and preparation of Teaching Aids
College History
Founded in 1912, Loreto College is a women's college affiliated to Calcutta University. It is the first college in West Bengal to have been assessed by the prestigious National Assessment and Accreditation Council of the U.G.C. and awarded the highest rating of five stars in 2000. The B.Ed. Department, founded in 1913, is recognized by the N.C.T.E. and was awarded a B+ grade by N.A.A.C. in 2003. Currently, there are approximately 800 students in the College.

The courses offered at this college include B.A. (Honours & General) in Education, English, History & Political Science; B.Sc. (Honours & General) in Geography; B.A. (General) in Bengali, Hindi, Economics, Journalism, Film Studies & Psychology; the B.A. (Major) course in Communicative English as well as the post-graduate B.Ed. course.

The College also has a self-financing Computer Centre, which aims to inculcate computer literacy and proficiency in all students. The College Library, with an excellent collection of academic books, is in the process of being computerized. Free internet access is available for staff and students alike, to encourage the spirit of research.

Recently, the College has added an international dimension to the educational experience of its students. Since August 2004, the College has been working in close cooperation with the International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership (IPSL) based in New York, U.S.A. Twice a year, students from the U.S.A. attend a course on “Ethics, Morality and Leadership” in the College. The same course is offered to College students, who, as part of the course, are required to perform community service. The College students receive certificates of recognition from IPSL (New York, U.S.A.).
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