DEPARTMENT OF History
Duration of course:
3 years, Double Major option at the TYBA (3 papers History +3 papers Sociology/English/Psychology)View detailed Of F.Y.B.A
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As per the University norms at FY level
As per University of Mumbai guidelines.
Every candidate admitted to the degree course in the constituent / affiliated college /recognised institution conducting the course, shall have to register himself /herself with the University.
Full Time Faculty:
|Ms. Janine L. Coelho||M.A., B.Ed. NET, SET||Asst. Prof|
History of the Department:
Academic Activities initiated for the current year 2010-2011:TYBA Student Research Project.
(Collaboration with the Committee for the Preservation and Promotion of the Artistic and Historical Patrimony of the Church Ė CPPAHPC and St. Xavierís College Mumbai.)
|Alison DíSouza||St. Josephís Church|
|Kimberley DíMello||Our Lady of Rosary Church, Dockyard|
|Anisha Thomas||Anisha Thomas|
|Flinta Andrade||St. Thomas Church, Goregaon|
|Clarissa Lewis||Our Lady of Rosary, Goregaon|
|Deepa Parmar||St. Peterís Church, Bandra|
|Nikita Fernandes||St. Anneís Church, mazagaon|
|Angelica Almeida||Mt. Carmelís Church, Bandra|
|Sean Mascarenhas||Nossa Senhora de Gloria, Mazagaon|
|Kimberly Suares||Our Lady of health, Cavel|
|Nicole Singh||St. Josephís Church, Juhu|
We wish to put on record our thanks to Fr. Warner DíSouza (Secretary, CPPAHPC) and Dr. Fleur DíSouza, (Vice Principal,St. Xavierís College Mumbai) for inviting us to join this project. Many thanks also to Mr. David Cardoz, the Heras Institute of Ancient Indian Culture and the parish fathers and communities for assisting our students.Highlights:
1.Field Trips: Two Field trips were conducted by the History Association. These included visits to the Bhaudaji Lad Museum, Byculla, the first oldest museum in Mumbai, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum and the Discovery of India. Students also had an opportunity to observe the Art Deco architecture at Marine Drive, the Army Navy Building, the David Sassoon Library and Eliphinstone College.
2.Film Screenings are used to enhance learning and particularly to develop a greater understanding of Historical background and circumstances. Thus the acclaimed films Gandhi, The Legend of Bhagat Singh, Tora Tora Tora and Bridge on the River Kwai were screened.
3.The TYBA History students organized a Christmas lunch with games and gifts. This Christmas fellowship has become an annual feature of the History Department for the last 8 years.