Home Science Discipline I Course

Four Year Bachelor Programme with Honours in Home Science

The Discipline I course in Home Science is structured to provide you with relevant foundational knowledge and the required specialisations as well as advanced learning skills

Discipline I course in Home Science is designed to prepare you for a variety of career and self employment opportunities

  • A course focused on good living and quality of life.
  • Provides integrated education in physical and social sciences and applied technologies.
  • Creates the foundation for teaching at schools.
  • Prepares you for careers in Food and Nutrition, Fashion Industry, Family and Child Welfare, Resource Management.
  • Equips you for roles in NGOs, retail, media industry
  • Enables you to become the best home makers
  • Makes you eligible for postgraduate education in multiple disciplines

It also offers opportunities for acquiring further specialisation or taking up post graduate education

  • Bhagini Nivedita College also offers Home Science related Discipline II courses for acquiring specialisation
  • Home Science Discipline also offers Applied Courses that aim at preparing you for jobs and self employment
  • Applied courses in Home Science include Physiology and Promotive Health, Fashion Retail and Trend Analysis, Healthy Cuisine, Human Rights & Family Empowerment
  • For proficiency in any field, students may do a Masters in that discipline, as Home Science is a professional course

The outline of the Discipline I Home Science course is given below. The papers indicated below are over and above the foundation courses, which are common for all students

Areas of Specialisation Studies
Food and Nutrition
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Nutrition For Children and Adolescents
  • Nutrition for Adults and Elderly
Fashion Design and Textile Science
  • Fabric and Apparel Science
  • Fashion Design Development
  • Indian Textile Heritage
Human Development
  • Human Development
  • Human Development: A Topical Approach
  • Development in Adolescence & Adulthood
Communication & Mass Media
  • Dynamics of Human Communication
  • Communication Systems & Mass Media
  • Participatory Development & Training
Resource Management & Planning
  • Resource Management
  • Space Planning and Design
  • Personal Finance & Consumer Studies
Areas of Foundation Studies
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Issues and Concerns in Sociology and Psychology
Areas of Advanced Learning Skills
Research Methodology & Project Work

You may download the full syllabus Home Science Discipline I course from here