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Initiation and brief overview

Started in 1961, the Department of Philosophy is operating as an Honours Department since 1963. Moreover the Department has started a PG course (MA in Philosophy) since 2016 .From its inception, the Department has a sustained good academic record with University rank-holders from many of its past and current batches.

At present, the Philosophy Department has a five-member faculty (2 Associate professor and 3 Monastic Professors).

 

Infrastructure

 The Department maintains a Seminar Library constituting of relevant books and materials of reference that are not part of or available in the College Library.

A computer, a laptop and a LED television are parts of the Departmental assets and are used for enhancing teaching-learning and for documenting and recording special events.

 

Vision and outlook

Philosophy is the study of fundamental truths, principles of conduct, and understanding. In a broad sense, philosophy is an activity people undertake when they seek to understand fundamental truths about themselves, the world in which they live, and their relationships to the world and to each other.

Philosophy is an epistemic attempt to study the fundamental truths , principles of conduct and logical understanding of problems. It is a speculative discipline with the vision to develop logical, analytical and critical abilities of thinking. It seeks to establish standards of evidence, provide rational methods for resolving conflicts, and create techniques for evaluating ideas and arguments. The Department of Philosophy of this college reflects this vision in its endeavour to initiate the intellectual capabilities in the mind of the young scholars.

We all know Logic is an integral part of Philosophy. Logic forms the rational pillars of critical philosophical thought process. The recent development in the area of computer science and application, reflect a need to learn logical reasoning skills as it helps in  defining problems, get desired outcomes , analyze data logically and evaluate results. Logic also plays an important role in the design of new programming language and is necessary for work in artificial intelligence and cognitive science.

Very recently, the department is planning to introduce two years Diploma course in Application of Logical Reasoning in Computer Science for our students to encourage higher order logical thinking and help them explore new fields of research and studies after graduation and post graduation.

 

Methods of teaching

Apart from classroom lectures or the chalk and talk method, the Department uses ICT based classes and audio-visual aids, such as Powerpoint presentations, to stimulate learning interests. The Department also organizes several extension lectures to widen the knowledge and skills of its students. Regular assessments through written classwork and class-tests and end of the semester mock-exams ensure that the students are well prepared for their final end-semester examinations.

Email: philosophy@rksmvv.ac.in

Programme Outcome of  NEP syllabus:

The NEP syllabus adopted by the Department as per UGC guidelines has been designed by the department of philosophy of the mother University, WBSU. It has been structured for maintaining a balance between academic learning as well as holistic development of the student through value education, ICT trainings and construction of   multi-disciplinary knowledge base.
https://wbsu.ac.in/web/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Philosophy-NEP-Syllabus.pdf
COURSE OUTCOME

SEMESTER MAJOR/MINOR/

SECMDC

COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME. SPECIFIC OUTCOME
SEM 1 MAJOR PHIADS01T History of Western Philosophy I

 

Students have a knowledge of western philosophers, issues and philosophical systems of the ancient and medieval era.
MINOR PHIHMA01T

 

Epistemology and Metaphysics and Ethics : Indian

Perspective

 

Students will become aware of the Metaphysics and Epistemology of various schools  such as Charvaka, Buddhism, Jainaism and Nyaya – Vaishesika system.
MDC PHIHMD01T  

Ethics-Indian and Western

 

Study of Ethics helps to develop an integrated and holistic view of life and world
SEC PHISSEC01M

 

Media Ethics

 

SEM II MAJOR PHIADS02T History of Indian Philosophy-I

 

Students will be familiar with the epistemology and Metaphysics of various schools such as Samkhya ,Mimansa and Vedanta.
MINOR PHIHMA02T/ PHIGMA02T

 

 

Epistemology and Metaphysics and Ethics : Western Perspective

 

The student can explore the important philosophical theories like Realism, Idealism, Phenomenalism, the concepts of cause and substance
SEC PHISSEC02M

 

 

Business Ethics

 

SEM III MAJOR PHIADS03T Western Logic-I

 

Reasoning is an aptitude which goes to human being only. Logic is that system which inculcate this rationality
MINOR PHIHMA03T

 

Fundamentals of Logic

 

The student not only gains knowledge of traditional Aristotelian logic but also of symbolic logic—-the use of symbols, the truth-functions and using truth-tables for testing the validity of arguments and statement-forms. It helps to develop a critical and logical mental attitude
SEC PHISSEC03M

 

 

 

Feminist Philosophy – A Pointer

 

SEM IV MAJOR PHIADS04T

 

Western Logic-II

 

Symbolic logic -the value of special symbols, truth-functions, dagger and stroke functions, various kinds of statement-forms are the core areas of study
SEM V MAJOR PHIADS05T

 

Western Ethics

 

The course introduces the moral concepts of good and bad, right and wrong. It helps to form a strong foundation of character and personality
SEM VI MAJOR PHIADS06T

 

Social and Political Philosophy-Western

 

This particular course covers the primary concepts of social and political philosophy like society, community, family, caste and class
SEM VII MAJOR PHIADS07T

 

Psychology

 

Emphasis is given on analyzing and clarifying the different theories of learning, philosophical theories of mind, consciousness, intelligence and personality

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

PROGRAMME OUTCOME (CBCS)

A student who completes his/her education with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy can generate ideas on a variety of problems and formulate and solve problems. By studying philosophy, students develop the capacity to interpret, analyse, and understand challenging texts. They learn to formulate clear definitions, to work effectively with concepts, and to organize their ideas logically. Moreover, the UG Philosophy course helps the students to develop a sense of the value and limits of philosophy, a reflective attitude and sensitivity to the subtleties and complexities of philosophical judgments, and a life-long commitment to learning and inquiry.
https://www.wbsubregistration.org/syllabus/2018-19-ug-cbcs-final-syll-in-phil-hons-&-ubdergraduate-programme.docx
COURSE OUTCOME

Course No. Course Name Specific Outcome
 

PHIACOR01T

 

History of Western Philosophy- I I Students have a knowledge of western philosophers, issues and philosophical systems of the ancient and medieval era.
PHIACOR02T  Western Logic Reasoning is an aptitude which goes to human being only. Logic is that system which inculcate this rationality.

 

Semester-II

PHIACOR03T  Outlines of Indian Philosophy-I Students will become aware of the Metaphysics and Epistemology of various schools  such as Charvaka, Buddhism, Jainaism and Nyaya – Vaishesika system.
PHIACOR04T Western Logic-II Symbolic logic -the value of special symbols, truth-functions, dagger and stroke functions, various kinds of statement-forms are the core areas of study

Semester-III

PHIACOR05T History of Western Philosophy-II

 

Students have a knowledge of western philosophers, issues and philosophical systems of the modern era
PHIACOR06T Outlines of Indian Philosophy Students will be familiar with the epistemology and Metaphysics of various schools such as Samkhya ,Mimamha and Vedanta.
PHIACOR07T Western Ethics

 

 

The course introduces the moral concepts of good and bad, right and wrong. It helps to form a strong foundation of character and personality

 Semester-IV

PHIACOR08T Social and Political Philosophy-Western This particular course covers the primary concepts of social and political philosophy like society, community, family, caste and class.
PHIACOR09T Psychology and Philosophy of Mind Emphasis is given on analyzing and clarifying the different theories of learning, philosophical theories of mind, consciousness, intelligence and personality.
PHIACOR010T Indian Logic  Study of logic helps to think logically and critically.

Semester-V

PHIACOR11T Philosophy of Language—Indian and Western

 

 

Philosophy of language concerns quite a large number of topics, including meaning, truth, content, reference, the syntax and semantics of various linguistic constructions, the nature and role of presupposition in communicative interchange, speech acts, figurative uses of language.

 

PHIACOR12T Ethical and Social Philosophy of India Study of philosophy helps to develop an integrated and holistic view of life and world.
PHIADSE02T Practical Ethics Students show interest in critically reframing the ethical problems faced by us in everyday life. Through discussions of various real life situations and debating over the issues – the students are coming up with new standpoints in moral thinking.
PHIADSE03T Philosophy of Religion This course helps the students to understand the different religious traditions and their implications.

 Semester-VI

PHIACOR13T Western Epistemology &Metaphysics This paper concentrates on the fundamental notions of knowledge and truth.
PHIACOR14T Some Modern Indian Thinkers By studying philosophy of modern Indian thinkers such as Swami Vivekananda,  Sri Aurobinda , Gandhi and Ambedkar students will come to realize that philosophical thoughts are not mere ideals but can achieved also.
PHIADSE05T Russell, Problems of Philosophy Students are introduced with Russell’s way of thinking with a mixing of both abstract and practical logical approach.
PHIADSE06T Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding  Students will be aware with The philosophy of David Hume : a critical study of its ongins and central doctrines.s

 Elective/Interdisciplinary [GE] 

Course No. Course Name Specific Outcomes
Sem.-I  PHIGCOR01T Logic The student not only gains knowledge of traditional Aristotelian logic but also of symbolic logic—-the use of symbols, the truth-functions and using truth-tables for testing the validity of arguments and statement-forms. It helps to develop a critical and logical mental attitude.
Sem.-II.PHIGCOR02T Western Epistemology and Metaphysics The student can explore the important philosophical theories like Realism, Idealism, Phenomenalism, the concepts of cause and substance.
Sem.-III.PHIGCOR03T Indian Epistemology and Metaphysics

 

Students will be familiar with major schools of Indian philosophy and Indian Intellectual traditions.
Sem.-IV. PHIGCOR04T Ethics-Indian and Western Study of Ethics helps to develop an integrated and holistic view of life and world.

 Generic Elective [GE} 

The Philosophy of Self –Development  PHIGGEC01T  To develop a sense of value and firm personality

   Semester -VI

PHIGGEC02T Critical Thinking To develop the habit of clear, critical thinking.

 

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CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2018

The Department of Philosophy arranged for continuous assessments of students in the form of class work, class test, and Test throughout the year. Particularly, the department organized Tests just before the final year examination so that the students can prepare themselves well before the final exam. In 2018, 3rd year Honours and General Tests were taken within 10th – 15 January, and Ist and 2nd year tests were taken within 18th January to 2nd February 2018.

CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2019

The Department of Philosophy arranged for continuous assessments of students in the form of class work, class test, mid-term throughout the year. In 2019, within 9th to 19th September mid-term examination was taken for continuous revision of the texts.  Particularly, the department organized Tests just before the final year examination. 3rd year Test exam started from 4th January 2020 and ended by 10th January, 2020. Within 7th to 15th November, Internal exam of Ist and 32rd Semester was taken. 3rd year Honours and General Test exam was taken within 4th January – 10th January

CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2020

The department of Philosophy is committed to provide all round support to their students. For betterment of both advanced and slow learners, the teachers take continuous class tests, mock tests and internal examinations at regular interval. Due to the onset of pandemic situation from March 2020, the College advised the teachers top take online internal and class tests in that session. On 6th April 2020 online internal tests were taken for 2nd and 4th semesters.

CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2021

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, the department of philosophy had to take online assessments in 2021(January to June session). However, the faculty members took the mock tests of Semester 2, 4 & 6, before the commencement of online University examination within 23.7.21 – 24.7.21. in the July 2021 – December 2021 session, Mock test of Semester – 1, 3, & 5 was taken on 7th and 8th January 2022. Internals were taken online within the stipulated period set by the college authority.

Few Question papers are attached below.

CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2022

After the end of pandemic situation when the classes resumed from early months of 2022, the department of Philosophy started preparing the students to give offline exams. For this frequent class tests, practice tests and tests for betterment of advanced and slow learners were taken at regular intervals. Within 2nd May to 23rd May, internal examinations of semester 2, 4, and 6 were taken in offline mode. Mock tests of semester 2, 4 & 6 were also taken just before the commencement of University exam on 22nd and 23rd of May 2022.  In the July to December session 2022, the internal exam of semester 3 and 1 were taken on 20.12.2023 and 27.12.2023 respectively.

CONTINUOUS EVALUATION 2023

In 2023, apart from the regular class tests and tutorials, the internal examination was taken by the different teachers of the department like 4th May, CC14 of semester 6, CC10 of semester 4 on 23rd June etc.

Few question papers of internal examinations and class tests are presented below.

Extension Lectures 

30.1.17 Retd. Asso. Prof. Sm. Miratun Nahar

Victoria Institute (College)

Bauddha Philosophy
9.2.17 Retd. Prof. Subir Ranjan Bhattacharya Calcutta University, Kolkata Kant’s Ground Work
16.2.17 Prof. Dr. Pralayankar Bhattacharya Calcutta University, Kolkata Rawls Theory of Justice
23.2.17 Asso Prof. Dr Sanghamitra Dasgupta

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Jaina Philosophy
16.3.17 Retd Prof. Tapan Kr Chakraborty Jadavpur University, Kolkata Brahma’s Laksana
18.3.17 Retd.Prof. Tapan Kr Chakraborty Jadavpur University, Kolkata Brahma’s Laksana

 

            DATE    RESOURCE PERSON NATURE OF EVENT                 TOPIC

 

No. of Participants
3.2.18 Asso Prof. Dr Sanghamitra Dasgupta, Derozio College Extension activity Jaina Philosophy 10

(UG sem2)

16.3.18 Retd Prof. Tapan Kr

Chakraborty

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Seminar talk Vedanta Philosophy 30

 

(UG sem 2 &6)

INDIAN COUNCIL OF PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH Sponsored

Periodical Lecture Series (Based on CBCS Syllabus) on 18.3.19,25.3.19,29.3.19

40 (invited guests)

and students

18.3.18 Prof. Amita Chatterjee

Emeritus Prof., School of Cognitive Science,

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Periodical Lecture Relation between Philosophy of Mind and Psychology 40(invited guests)

and students

25.3.18 Prof. Mausumi Guha

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Periodical Lecture Behaviourism – Methodological and Philosophical 40 (invited guests)

and students

29.3.18 Prof Madhuchhanda Sen

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Periodical Lecture Dualism, its types and alternatives. 40 (invited guests) and students
14.1.19 Asso.Prof. Sangita Dey Sarkar Extension lecture Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 10 UG sem3
20.2.19 Asso.Prof. Sangita Dey Sarkar Extension lecture Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 10 UG Sem3
25.3.19 Asso.Prof. Sangita Dey Sarkar Extension lecture Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 10 UG Sem 3
11.5.19 Prof. Roma Chakraborty,

, Retd Professor. Dept of Philosophy, CU (in Higher Study Circle)

Extension lecture Dualism 15 UG Sem 1
17.9.19 Prof. Rupa Banerjee, Jadavpur University, Kolkata Extension lecture Sankhya Philosophy 30 UG Sem 2 and 4
31.7.20 Prof. Ratna Dutta Sharma, Jadavpur University, Kolkata

 

Online Extension lecture Upamana Pramana) 25

UG Sem 2 and 4

11.8.20 Prof. Kuntala Bhattacharya,             Rabindrabharati University, Kolkata

 

Online Extension lecture                                                                                                            Paramarsha on Nyaya Philosophy

(online Extension Lecture)

25

UG Sem 4 & Sem6

3.10.20 Prof. Kuntala Bhattacharya,              Rabindrabharati University

 

(online Extension Lecture) Jaina Philosophy

 

12

UG Sem4

9.10.20 Prof. Kuntala Bhattacharya,              Rabindrabharati University (online Extension Lecture) Sabda khanda on Nyaya Philosophy

 

13

UG Sem6

21.1.21 Prof. Raghunath Ghosh                              North Bengal University (online Extension Lecture) Advaita Vedanta

)

25

UG Sem 4 & Sem6

26.1.21 – 15.3.21 Sri Subir Ranjan Bhattacharya, Retd Professor. Dept of Philosophy, CU

 

(online Extension Lecture) Series of lectures on Linguistic Philosophy

 

28

UG Sem 4 & Sem6

30.1.21 Prof. Atashee Chatterjee Sinha, Jadavpur University Web Talk Care Ethics in collaboration with WBSU

 

30 UG Sem6 and

PG Sem3

5.7.21 Rtd. Prof. Sumita Banerjee,

Jaipuria College

Web Talk  Nyaya Philosophy 15

UG Sem6

27.9.21 Rtd. Prof. Sumita Banerjee,

Jaipuria College

Web Talk Jaina Philosophy 15

UG Sem5

6.11.21 Prof. Mridula Bhattacharya,

Burdaman University

Web Talk Vedanta Philosophy 25

UG Sem5

14.12.21 Prof. Kuntala Bhattacharya,              Rabindrabharati University Web Talk Vedanta Philosophy 25

UG Sem5

23.12.21 Asso.Prof. Sangita Dey Sarkar Web Talk Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 14

UG Sem3

25.12.21 Prof.Sunil Roy Webinar Aristotle’s Metaphysics 23

UG Sem 1

and PG sem3

4.1.22 Asso.Prof. Sangita Dey Sarkar Web Talk Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 14

UG Sem 3

18.1.22 Sri Subir Ranjan Bhattacharya, Retd Professor. Dept of Philosophy, CU

 

Web Talk Web Talk  on Traditional Logic to Modern Logic 60

All students of

three semesters

12.2.22 Prof. Santosh kr. Pal

Burdaman University

Web Talk Web Talk  on Meta Ethics 14

UG Sem 4

13.2.22 Prof. Santosh kr. Pal

Burdaman University

Web Talk Web Talk  on Meta Ethics 14

UG Sem 4

24.3.23 Sri Subir Ranjan Bhattacharya, Retd Professor. Dept of Philosophy, CU

 

Seminar Talk Seminar Talk on Russell 14

UG Sem 6

 

27.3.23 Dr. Sushmita Bhowmik,

Assistant Professor, Diamond Harvour University

Seminar Talk  Aurobindo on Evolution & Involution 14

UG Sem 6

28.3.23 Dr.Bikash Mondal, Assistant Professor,WBSU Seminar Talk   Ambedkar on Class & Caste 14

UG Sem 6

21.4.23 Dr. DebikaSaha, Assistant Professor, North Bengal University Sreminar Talk Seminar Talk on Russell 14

UG Sem 6

22.4.23 Dr. Shyamashree Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor,Calcutta University Seminar talk Seminar Talk on RUSSELL 14

UG Sem 6

22ND & 29TH May,

5th, 12th,19th & 26th June-2023

Dr. Pushpa Misra, Former Principal Bethune College Lecture Series Series of  lectures on The Causal Principle 14

UG Sem 6

12.8.23 Dr. Ranjana Mukherjee, Retd. Professor, RBU Extension Lecture Bauddha Philosohy 15

UG Sem 3

1.9.23 Arifa Khatun PARAMPARA Class Descartes’s Philosophy Semester  I
20. 9. 23 Dr. Sharmishtha Bakshi Extension Lecture Revisiting Plato & Aristotle: Epistemological and Metaphysical Exposition  

25

UG Sem I and

PG Sem 3

29.9.23 Hritu Mukherjee PARAMPARA Class Outlines of Indian Philosophy Post Graduate students
9.10.23 Aditi De Extension lecture A Critical analysis On Descartes’s Criteria of Truth Semester I
24.11.23 Hritu Mukherjee PARAMPARA Class Hospers on Ambiguity Semester V
30.11.23 Multiple speakers. Seminar on World Philosophy Day Revisiting Environmental issues From the Perspective of Indian Knowledge System

 

Students of RKSMVV & other colleges
10.1.24 Prof. Proyash Sarkar Extension Lecture “Speech Acts – P Alston” Semester V students
1.3.24 Hritu Mukherjee Parampara Class A Critical Reflection on Leibnitz’s Theory of Substance and Knowledge. Semester I
7.3.24 Students of Semester VI Inter-Disciplinary Student’s Presentation Observance of International Women’s Day Semester I, IV & VI students of Philosophy and Education.
15. 3.24 Pallabi Mondal Parampara Class A Critical Reflection on Hospers’s Theory of Knowledge. (Part I) Semester VI
23.3.24 Pallabi Mondal Parampara Class A Critical Reflection on Hospers’s Theory of Knowledge.

(Part II)

Semester VI

 

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University Rank Holders 

  1. Sumita Dey 1st, 2015
  2. Susmita Mondal 1st 2016
  3. Moli Das 7th ,2016
  4. Pew Bhandary 8th, 2016
  5. Shubhasree Chatterjee 9th, 2016
  6. Sathi Chakraborty 9th, 2017
  7. Swapna Sarkar 6th, 2018
  8. Namita Adhikari 7th, 2018
  9. Indrani Mondal 8th, 2018

 Students placed in colleges, schools and different prestigious business sectors 

      2016 

  1. Aditi Dey, Asst. Prof., Gurudas College
  1. Sadiya Afrin, Asst. Prof., Vivekananda Satabarshiki Mahavidyalaya
  1. Shampa Dey, Asst. Muzaffar Ahmed Mahavidyalaya
  1. Tanusree Mondal, Tata Business Support Service Ltd.
  1. ShubhasreeChatterjee, Tata Consultancy Service

2017

  1. Basanti Bag, Prof., Tehatta Sadananda Mahavidyalaya

2021 

  1. Shukla Das, Asst. Prof., Maldah College

NET, SET, SSC 

2016 

Set qualified – Baisakhi Sanki

SSC qualified – Kanchan Roy

2018

Set qualified – Shukla Das