Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women | Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
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Admission 2018

Student Performance and Learning Outcomes




  1. COM (Regular/Honours)
  • Understand basic concepts of accounting, law, management and taxation.
  • Application of accounting standards of contemporary corporate system and legislation.
  • Knowledge about laws related to consumers, employees, tax and industries.
  • Specialized acquaintance of banking, insurance and accounting.


  • Familiarise the basics of business organisations, business communication and economics.
  • Elaborate clarification of various branches of management i.e. human resource and financial management.
  • Comprehensive details of organisation behaviour, customer relationship management, E-banking and international business organisation.


  1. COM


  • Understanding of planning and management of finances, taxes, accounting in context of international business.
  • Knowledge of financial markets, financial system and portfolio management.
  • Advance learning of E-commerce and contemporary issues in human resource management, marketing and accounting.
  • Practical acquaintance to stock markets, human resources and marketing through industrial visits and stock exchange working.


  1. Voc (Retail Management)


  • Understand retailing and marketing as well as the ways that retailers use marketing tools and techniques to interact with their customers.
  • Explain the central role of retail in industrialised societies and the impact of key market/retail trends upon this sector in the local and global contexts.
  • Identify the key stakeholders and the roles/responsibilities of retail towards these stakeholders as well as understand and apply appropriate frameworks to develop high level retail marketing strategy, and identify the role of marketing strategies in the building of brand equity and shareholder value in the retail industry
  • Understand the impact of retailing on the economy and comprehend retailing’s role in society and, conversely, society’s impact on retailing.






  • Knowledge to develop computer programs in the areas related to web designing, application development etc.
  • To understand latest trends in technological development and innovate ideas and solutions to existing problems.
  • Conceptual learning of computer usage as well as its practical business applications.
  • To demonstrate advanced skills in the effective analysis design and realization of business system utilizing contemporary information technology.


B.Sc. (IT)


  • Understanding of basic inputs in various aspects of and a broad understanding of IT and other interdisciplinary interfaces.
  • Knowledge to develop and maintain software’s using different programming languages, networking, backend and application development.
  • Develop IT oriented security issues and protocols.


M.Sc. (Computer Science)


  • Serve as programmers or software engineers with sound knowledge of practical and theoretical concepts for developing software.
  • Knowledge about database management system to become system administrators.
  • Solve problems related to programming networking database and web design.
  • Thorough understanding of latest web development technologies.



  1. Sc. (IT)


  • Understanding about techniques, technologies and methods used in managing and implementing information technology systems.
  • Understanding of computing technologies and covers high level concept that enable the effective management and planning of IT project and services.
  • High level strategy and design in-depth technical specializations, management and planning of IT project and services.
  • In-depth exposure to various information technology specialization including data management and analysis, distributed and mobile system, intelligent system, internet and web application development, network computing and security.
  • Will have intellectual and conceptual foundation to play leading roles in the development of information technology industry.


DCA (Diploma in Computer Application)


  • To train students with skills required for designing, developing applications in information technology.
  • Knowledge about various subjects of computer and information technology.


PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application)


  • Advanced training to the students for designing, developing applications in information technology.
  • Advanced knowledge about various subjects of computer and information technology.





B.A. with Elective and Compulsory English as a subject

  • To attain the skill in usage of correct form and structure of English language to prepare students for effective communication
  • Knowledge of English literature to help students to deepen their understanding of history, society and culture.
  • Understanding the basics of communicating in English efficiently and mastering skills like listening, speaking, reading and writing.
  • Facilitates to build vocabulary thus enhancing personal and professional growth.


M.A. (English)


  • Advanced knowledge of phonetics, spoken English, grammar, prose, writing and short stories.
  • In-depth knowledge of linguistics as well as Rhetoric and advanced composition.
  • Familiarisation with renaissance and contemporary drama.
  • Advanced knowledge of poetry from renaissance to romantic and Victorian to modern.
  • Insights into Punjabi literature in translation, Irish literature, Indian writing in English, American literature, Western Literary History and Post Colonial literature.
  • Students learn to appreciate literacy criticism and modern literacy.


  1. A. with Elective Hindi as a subject


  • Familiarise students with Hindi literature.
  • Allows the students to express themselves creatively in Hindi.
  • In-depth knowledge of the language which opens career avenues in the field.
  • To gain a deeper understanding of cultural context and history.


M.A. (Hindi)


  • Advanced knowledge of old and contemporary poetry.
  • In-depth learning of Hindi literature including novels, drama as well as stories.
  • Understanding of linguistics and literary criticism theories.
  • Advanced knowledge of functional Hindi and its application in journalism.


General Punjabi and Basic Punjabi both are compulsory subjects for Graduation


  • Being the regional language the students learn the correct structure of the language.
  • Punjabi literature familiarises the students with culture, folklore and thoughts.
  • Punjabi is an essential requirement for jobs of government sector especially in the state of Punjab so the students must be proficient in its use.


M.A. Punjabi


  • Thorough knowledge of Punjabi language, literature and culture.
  • Deep Understanding of linguistics
  • Analysis of literature using various literary criticism theories.



Department of Political Science


  1. A. (Political Science)


  • To gain knowledge about the theories of state (origin, nature, functions): contract, idealist, liberal and non-liberal theories and to understand the basic concepts of liberty, rights, law and justice.
  • In-depth knowledge about major traditions of western political thinkers and to understand the dynamics of politics and Indian government.
  • To understand the vital contemporary emerging issues of centre-state relation, political parties, emergence of new leadership at different levels, demand for autonomy movement, ethnic conflicts etc. and to acquaint students with the basic concepts, principles and dynamics of public administration.
  • Familiarise with important theories and issues of international relations and to understand the diverse political systems especially the developed countries.
  • Understand the contribution of the main traditions of Indian Political Thought and to learn the evolution, development and trends of India’s foreign policy.
  • To gain knowledge about the basic concept and issues concerning human rights and challenges as well as understand women issues and problems.
  • Understand the cultural, social, political, economic and constitutional environment as a historical perspective of Indian Administration.



Department of Philosophy


  1. A. (Philosophy)



  • Proper understanding of logical and rational thinking as well as Western and Indian theory of knowledge.
  • To gain knowledge of the teachings of Sikhism, concept of Sangat and Pangat, welfare for all and to understand the different views of traditional Indian philosophical school.
  • To understand the ethical principles and concepts which will develops moral thinking .It also provides the relation of ethics with Sociology, Politics the relation of ethics with sociology, politics and Religion.
  • The objective of this course is to provide the origin and development of the Philosophy on the Greek sphere. The Pre-Socratic, Platonic and Aristotelian conception of epistemology, ethics, causation, theory of ideas, theory of forms and matters and etc in Greek philosophy
  • In-depth knowledge about human rights, culture and civilizations, virtues of man and society.


Department of Mathematics


  1. A. (Mathematics)


  • Provides explanatory analysis related to fundamentals and applications of integral calculus, methods to solve various differential equations and concepts.
  • Gain understanding of algebra and trigonometry including concepts such as applications of matrices, eigen values, eigen vectors, De-Moivre’s theorem and to also learn concepts of calculus such as limit and continuity, successive differentiation, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series.
  • Knowledge of analysing sequences and various tests such as convergence of series, Riemann integration etc.
  • Understanding concepts of dynamics i.e. rectilinear motion, Curvilinear motion, Newton’s laws etc. and also of number theory i.e. Diophantine equations, congruence’s etc.


  1. Sc. (Mathematics)


  • Knowledge about the fundamental axioms in mathematics and inculcate mathematical reasoning.
  • In-depth knowledge of research studies in mathematics and provide knowledge of a wide range of mathematical techniques and application of mathematical methods/tools in other scientific and engineering domains.
  • Establish strong foundation on algebraic topology and representation theory which have strong links and application in theoretical physics, in particular string theory.
  • Good understanding of number theory which can be used in modern online cryptographic technologies and nurture problem solving skills, thinking, creativity through assignments, project work.


Department of Economics


B.Sc. / B.A. (Economics)


  • Provide fundamental information about micro economics i.e. concepts like consumer behaviour, product behaviour, distribution of income etc.
  • Detailed learning of Indian economy and Indian economic problems.
  • Knowledge about macro economic variables, theories of income and employment determination.
  • Thorough learning of basic concepts and theories of International trade and public finance enabling the students to know the link between domestic policies and international scenario.
  • Analysis of data using different statistical techniques and methods


Department of History


B.A. (History)


  • Knowledge about Indian and World history in-depth.
  • Knowledge about the various past lost civilizations and regions of the world.
  • Knowledge about the various crucial past events that took place in history.
  • Allows the students to learn about the roots of our cultural heritage.


M.A. (History)


  • Knowledge about the distinction between primary and secondary sources.
  • Thorough knowledge about how people, places, events and their influences create historical change.
  • Understanding of ideas which impact society, religion and politics.
  • To develop critical thinking and analyse various historical events in world history since 1500 A.D.
  • Knowledge about various basic tools of historical analysis and to make students familiar with diversity.


Department of Geography


  1. A. (Geography)


  • Acquaint students with our planet, its evolution and ever-changing phases due to forces operating over and inside it.
  • Learn vital concepts of lithosphere, atmosphere and hydrosphere
  • Understanding of physical and human resource base and their interface with economic development.
  • Inculcates in the students a sense of belongingness to nature and conserve it.


Department of Music Vocal


  1. A. (Music Vocal)


  • Knowledge of raga’s, tala’s and rythms of Indian classical music.
  • Learning to create music based on moods and lyrics.
  • Enables students for individual or group singing.
  • Enables the students to possess both theoretical and functional knowledge of using instruments as well.


Department of Music Instrumental


  1. A. (Music Instrumental)


  • Knowledge of classical Indian instruments.
  • Thorough knowledge of playing the various musical instruments.
  • Enables students to analyse and synthesize music independently.


Department of Fashion Designing


B.A. /B. Sc. (Fashion Designing)


  • Identification and classification of different fabrics and their use.
  • Knowledge about various dyeing and printing techniques.
  • Knowledge about different textiles and merchandising.
  • Understanding different weaves, embroideries and fashion illustrations with use of software being used in fashion and textile industries.
  • Successful handling of exhibitions organised by the department.


  1. Sc. (Fashion Designing and Merchandising)


  • In-depth knowledge of different styles of garment construction.
  • Knowledge about various techniques of styling and stitching of garments.
  • Industrial trainings for hands-on experience of textile construction and surface enhancement.


Diploma in Stitching and Tailoring (DST)


  • Knowledge about basic concepts of garment construction.
  • Knowledge about different textiles and fabrics.
  • Knowledge of garment construction using different techniques.


Post Graduate Diploma in Garment Construction and Fashion Designing (PGDGC & FD)


  • Knowledge about advanced concepts of garment construction and styling techniques.
  • Advanced knowledge of garment construction.
  • Knowledge of garment beautification using different techniques.


Department of Fine Arts and Applied Arts


B.A. (Fine Arts)/ B.A. (Applied Arts)


  • Art inculcates a sense of aesthetic in the students which can be applied in various aspects.
  • Knowledge about various tools and colors and its use.
  • Knowledge about different forms of art such as still life, portrait etc.
  • Knowledge about various ways of advertising any product for consumers.
  • Enables the student to enhance their imagination and create innovative ideas.
  • Enables a student to become independent.


Department of Home Science


  1. A. (Home Science)


  • A skill-oriented course which enables students to become self-sufficient and enhances their general quality of life.
  • Understand the effective management of available resources and organise them efficiently.
  • Knowledge about different fabrics, embroideries, printing techniques and garment construction.
  • Knowledge about various nutrients and related concepts.
  • Elaborate understanding of therapeutic nutrition and designing patient specific diet plans.
  • Thorough learning of various parameters related to holistic development of a child which includes the psychological, cognitive, behavioural, social, language as well as emotional aspects.


Department of Cosmetology


Diploma in Cosmetology


  • Knowledge about skin type, personal grooming etc.
  • Learning the art of using makeup tools and also of body painting.
  • Understanding the use of hairstyling tools and to create different hairstyles.


Post Graduate Diploma in Cosmetology


  • Knowledge of color theory, makeup planning, personality grooming and cosmetic science.
  • Learning application of manual and mechanised makeup according to specific face structure and features.
  • Advanced learning of the art of using makeup tools and also of body painting.
  • Advanced understanding the use of hairstyling tools and to create different hairstyles.
  • Understanding of concepts and developing, planning creative ideas: maintaining portfolio.


B.A. (Honours) in English/Geography/Hindi/History/Political Science/Punjabi


With honours, students get in-depth and specialised knowledge about the course which helps them further in their higher degree courses.



Spoken English

  • Improve communication skills of the students and preparing them to appear them in interviews.
  • Knowledge about correct use of grammar, tenses and also sentence construction.
  • Understanding of phonology and transcription of words.
  • Enhance vocabulary of the students.

Fashion Designing

  • Knowledge of different skills such as drawing, rendering.
  • Understanding of principles and elements of design and stitching.
  • Knowledge about developing a design.

Fine Arts

  • To inculcate skills related to arts and crafts.
  • Impart knowledge for utilization of various art materials.
  • Enhance aesthetic sense and overall personality of the students.
  • Students can earn independently after learning these skills.

Home Science

  • Familiarization with the basic aspect of aesthetics and its application in various ways.
  • Expansion of horizon of imagination of the students to help create innovative ideas.
  • Enable students apply their knowledge in the creation of beautiful living spaces.
  • Inculcation of entrepreneur skills in the students to make them self-sufficient.


Communication Skills

  • Improve communication skills of the students and preparing them to appear them in interviews.
  • Knowledge about correct use of grammar, tenses and also sentence construction.
  • Understanding of phonology and transcription of words.
  • Enhance vocabulary of the students.


  • Knowledge of color theory, makeup planning, personality grooming and cosmetic science.
  • Learning the art of using makeup tools and also of body painting.
  • Understanding the use of hairstyling tools and to create different hairstyles
  • Learning application of manual and mechanised makeup according to specific face structure and features.


Web Designing and Office Automation

  • To exhibit improved understanding of computer operations and operate ms-office operations.
  • To gain knowledge to browse and have learning skills for various operations.
  • To have basic knowledge to work on simple projects laid on text and numerical data.
  • To gain practical exposure on spread sheet and have practical skill on power point presentation.

Computer Aided Accountancy and Management (Commerce)

  • Provide a basic knowledge about Basic Concepts Fundamentals of Book Keeping accounting concepts using computer management systems.
  • Understand use the Final accounts of a sole trading concern.
  • To have knowledge on preparation Bank Reconciliation statement and Royalties.
  • To have knowledge on preparing Depreciation Accounts.



Certificate course in Computer Hardware and Networking (6 months)

  • Gain knowledge to troubleshoot, configure and operate data communications systems.
  • To understand the use of several different operating systems for the development and implementation of programs in business and technical environments.

One Year Diploma course in Computer Hardware and Networking (1 year)

  • To design and develop applications to analyze and solve all computer science related problems.
  • Involve in perennial learning for a continued career development and progress as a computer professional.
  • Gain knowledge to troubleshoot, configure and operate data communications systems.
  • To understand the use of several different operating systems for the development and implementation of programs in business and technical environments.