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B.A./B.A. (CLASSICS) PART-III INDEX 1. Revised Ordinance No. 11 2. Scheme of Examination 3. Foundation Courses 4. HIndi Litereture 5. Ancient Indian History 6. English literature 7. Sanskrit 8. Political Science 9. Economics 10. History 11. Geography 12. Music 13. Pshchology 14. Anthropology 15. Linguistics 16. Statistics 17. Mathematices 18. Sociology 19. uR` ; 20. Home Science 21. Philosophy 22. Urdu 23. Management 24. Functional English 25. Principle of Insurance & Practice 26. Indian Music 27. Defence Studies 28. Education
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B.A. Part-3
REVISED ORDINANCE NO.11 (As per State U.G.C. Scheme)
1. The three year course have been broken up in to three Parts.
Part-I Examination : Part-II Examination : Part-III Examination :
at the end of the first year. at the end of the second year and at the end of the third year.
2. A candidate who after passing (10-2) or intermediate examination of C.G. Board of
secondary education, Raipur or any other examination recognised by the University or
C.G. Board of Secondary Education as equivalent thereto, has attended a regular course of
study in an affiliated college or in the Teaching Department of the University for one
academic year shall be eligible for appearing at the B.A. Part-I examination.
3. A candidate who after passing B.A. Part-I examination of the University or any other examination recognised by the University as equivalent thereto has attended a regular course of study for one academic year in an affiliated college or in the Teaching Department of the University shall be eligible for appearing at the B.A. Part II Examination.
4. A candidate who after passing B.A. Part II examination of the University has completed a regular course of study for one academic year in an affiliated college or in the Teaching Department of the University shall be eligible for appearing at the B.A. Part-III examination.
5. Besides regular students, subject to their compliance with this ordinance, ex-students and
non-collegiate candidates shall be eligible for admission to the examination as per
provisions of Ordinance N. 6 relating to Examinations (General). Provided that non-
collegiate candidates shall be permitted to offer only such subjects/papers as are taught to
the regular students at any of the University Teaching Department or College.
6. Every candidate for the Bachelor of Arts examination shall be examined in : A.
Foundation Course :
iЅ Group B iiЅ Group C
- Hindi Language - English Language
B. Three Core subjects : One subject from any three groups out of the following six groups :
1. Sociology/Ancient Indian History/An thropology.
2. Political Science/Home Science/Vocational Course.
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3. Hindi literature/Sanskrit Literature/Urdu Literature/Math. 4. Economics/Music/Linguistics/Defence studies. 5. Philosophy/Psychology/Geography/Education/Management. 6. History/English Litrature/Statistics. 7. Practicals (if necessary) for each core subject. 7. Any candidate who has passed the B.A. examination of the University shall be allowed to present himself for examination in any of additional subjects prescribed for the B.A. examination and not taken by him at the degree examination. Such candidate will have to first appear and pass the B.A. Part I examination in the subject which he proposes to offer and then the B.A. Part II and Part III examination in the same subject. Successfull candidate will be given a certificate to that effect. 8. In order to pass at any part of the three year degree course examination, an examinee must obtain not less than 33% of the total makrs in each subject/group of subjects. In subject/group of subjects, where both theory and practical examination are provided, an examinee must pass in both theory and practical parts of the examination separately. 9. Candidate will have to pass separately at the Part-I, Part II and part-III examination. No division shall be assigned on the result of the Part-I and Part-II examination. In determining the divison of the Final examination, total marks obtained by the examinees, in their Part-I, Part-II and Part-III examination in the aggregate shall be taken into account. Candidate will not be allowed to change subjects after passing Part I Examination. Provided in case of candidate who has passed the examination through the supplementary examination having failed in one subject only the total aggregate marks being carried over for determining the division shall include the actual marks obtained in the subject in which he appeared at the supplementary examination. 10. Successful exminees at the Part-III examination obtaining 60% or more marks shall be placed in the First division, those obtaining less than 60% but not less than 45% marks in the Second division and other successful examinees in the third division.
B.A. Part-3
Max. Marks
Min. Marks
A. Compulsory Subject - Foundation Course :
Hindi Language English Language
B. Three Core Subject :
Hindi Literature
Sanskrit Literature
English Literature
Political Science
Ancient Indian History
Culture & Archaeology
Practical 50
Practical 50
Practical 50
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B.A. Part-3
Max. Marks
Min. Marks
Indian Music
Home Science
Defence Studies
The Students of Degree/P.G. Classes will be permitted to use of Calculators in the
examination hall from annual 1986 examnination on the following conditions as per
decision of the standing committee of the Academic Council at its meeting held on 31-1-
1. Student will bring their own Calculators.
2. Calculators will not be provided either by the university or examination centres.
3. Calculators with, memory and following variables be permitted +, -, x, ё
square, reciprocal, expotentials log, square root, trignometric functions, wize,
sine, cosine, tangent etc. factiorial summation, xy, yx and in the light of
objective approval of merits and demerits of the viva only will be allowed.
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M.M. 75
(Paper Code-0232)
The question paper for B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.H.Sc. III Foundation course, English Language and General Answers shall comprise the following items :
Five question to be attempted, each carrying 3 marks.
UNIT-I Essay type answer in about 200 words. 5 essay type question to be asked three to
be attempted.
UNIT-II Essay writing
UNIT-III Precis writing
UNIT-IV (a) Reading comprehension of an unseen passage
(b) Vocabulary based on text
UNIT-V Grammar Advanced Exercises
Note : Question on unit I and IV (b) shall be asked from the prescribed text. Which will comprise of popular create writing and the following items. Minimum needs housing and transport Geo-economic profile of M.P. communication Educate and culture.
Women and Worm in Empowerment Development, management of change, physical
quality of life. War and human survival, the question of human social value survival,
the question of human social value, new Economic Philosophy Recent Diberaliation Method) Demoration docontralisation (with reference to 73, 74 constitutional
Books Prescribed :
Aspects of English Language And Development - Published by M.P. Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal.
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10- A.K. Coomarswami
History of Indian and Indonesion Art
11- Percy Brown
Indian Architecture. Vol. ­I
12- Krishnadeva
Temples of north India
13- S. Kramrisch
Hindu Temples Part I & II
B.A. Part-3
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M.M.: 75
(Paper Code-0235)
All questions are compulsory.
Note : 1. Uint - I is compulsory. Two passages from each of the units II to V to be set
and three to be attempted.
(3x5 = 15)
2. Short answer questions from unit VII, seven to be set and five to be attempted.
(5x2 = 10)
3. Long-answer questions from unit II to VI. Кive questions from each unit with
internal choice to be set.
UNIT-I Annotations and short answer questions.
UNIT-II Poetry -
Toru Dutt
'Our Casurina Tree'
Songs 1 & 103 from 'Gitanjali'
Sarojini Naidu
'The Ecstasy', 'The Lotus'
UNIT-III Kamla Das
'The old playhouse'
Gauri Deshpandey
Or ' The female of the species
Jayant Mahapatra
'Dawn at Puri'
K.N. Daruwala
Or 'Death by Burial'
Shiv K. Kumar
'Indian Women'
UNIT-IV Prose -
(5x10 = 50)
Nirad C.Choudhary
My Birth Place.
Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
The call of the suffering.
UNIT-V Drama Girish Karnad
Silence ! The Court is in session.
UNIT-VI Fiction -
R.K. Narayan
UNIT-VII 1. Lyric, 2. Subjective poetry, 7. Autobiography,
3. Couplet, 4. Fable, 5. Hymn, 6. Allegory,
1. Indian Poetry in English, Ed. Hari Mohan prasad, Sterling Publication. 2. An Introduction to the study of English Literature, B. Prasad.
3. A Glossary of Literary Terms M.H. Abrams.
4. Prose of To day - M.C. Millan.
B.A. Part-3
All questions are compulsory.
Note : 1. Uint-I is compulsory. Two passages from each of the units II to V to be set and
three to be attempted.
(3x5 = 15)
2. Short answer questions from unit VII, seven to be set and five to be attempted.
(5x2 = 10)
3. Long-answer questions from unit II to VI. (word limit for each answer is 300-400
јwords) internal choice to be set.
(5x10 = 50)
UNIT-I Annotations and short answer question.
UNIT-II Poetry -
Wait whitman
O Captain ! My Captain, when the Lilacs Last in
the Dooryard Bloomed.
Carl Sandberg
'Who Am I ?', 'I am the People, The Mob'
UNIT-III Emily Dickinson
'Hope is the thing with Feather' I Felt a funeral
in My Brain'
E.E. Cummings
'The Cambridge Ladies'
'As Freedom is a Breakfast food'
UNIT-IV Prose William Faulkner W. Carlos Williams Walt Whitman
Nobel Award Acceptence Speech
In the American Grain
Preface to "Leaves of Grass'
UNIT-V Drama Miller Eugene O'Neill UNIT-VI Fiction - E. Hemingway
All My Sons
The Hairy Ape
A Farewell to Arms
W. Faulkner
The Sound and the Fury
UNIT-VII 1. Naturalism, 2. Realism, 3. Art for Art's sake, 4. Poetic-Drama, 5. Symbolism,
6. American Renaissance, 7. Existentialism.
1. American Literature, An Anthology, Ed. Fr. Egbert S. Oliver.
2. A Glossary of Literary Terms - M.H. Abrams.
B.A. Part-3
B.A. Part-3
(Paper Code-0237) The paper will be taught as an optional paper to Paper-II(A) which is a paper on American Literature. The Principle focus will be to probe the students a general background and cultural history of this period and also to make them aware of the Literary trends of the twentieth century. The Paper will comprise six units and in all six quetions are to be attempted, one from each unit.
UNIT-I The following historical and literary topics will be included in this unit. Students are
required to write short notes of not more than three hundred words on any two of the
following topics.
(10 Marks)
iЅ The Two world wars.
ii) The Russian Revolution. iiiЅ The Great Depression. iv) The Vietnam war. v) Freudian Thought vi) Existentialism. vii) Absurdism. viii) Modernism and Post Modernism. ix) New Development in fiction and Drama.
UNIT-II Ten objective type questions on the life History and major poetical works of the
following poets of the twentieth century will be asked in this unit. (10 Marks)
iЅ W.B. Yeats (1865-1939)
ii) Siegfried Sasson (1886-1967)
iii) Rupert Brooke (1887-1915)
iv) T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)
v) Wilfred Owen (1893-1918)
vi) W.H. Auden (1907-1937)
vii) Louis Macneice (1907-1963)
viii) Stephen Spender (1909-)
ix) Dylan Thomas (1914-1953)
x) Philip Larkin (1922-1985)
(15 marks)
T.S. Eliot
'The Waste Land'
Wilfred Owen
Siegfried Sassoon
'Attack', 'Falling Asleep'
Rupert Brooke
'The Hill'
W.H. Auden
'Miss Gee'
(15 marks)
Joseph Conrad
'Heart of Darkness'
Chinua Achebe
'Things Fall Apart'
(Non Fictional Prose)
(10 marks)
Virginia Woolf
'The Death of the Moth'
Graham Greene
'The Lost Childhood'
UNIT-VI (Drama)
(15 marks)
Bernard Shaw
Samuel Beckett
'Waiting for Godot'
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9. Palmar and Prkins - International Relations.
10. R. Aron
- Peace & war - A theory of International Relations, London.
11. Organski
- World Politics
12. C.P. Schliccher
- International Relations, Co-operation and Competition.
13. J. Frankel
- The making of Foreign policy, london, 1963.
14. H.J. Morgenthau - Politics Among Nations, 6th adition, New York, 1985.
15. K.N. Waltz
- Theory of International Politics, Addison - Wesley, 1979.
B.A. Part-3
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9- lh-,u- prqoZsnh 10. Pfittner J.M. 11. White L.D. 12. Bhambhari C.P. 13. Bhattacharya M. 14. Maheshwari S.R. 15. Awasthi & Maheshwari
& rqyukRed ykd iz"kklu] t;iqj јdkWyst cdq fMiksЅ & Public Administration. & Introdution to the Principles of Public Administration. & Bureaucracy and Politics in India, Delhi Vikas 1971. & Public Administration. & Indian Administration system. & Public Administration.
B.A. Part-3
M.M. 75
UNIT-I Economic Growth and Development - Factors affecting economic growth, Capital and Technology Develompment & under development, Population of Under-developed Countries, Poverty - Absolut & Relative, Measuring development and Undevlopment, gap per capita income, inequlity of income and wealth.
Human Delopment index GDI, GEM, Poverty Index of development & Quality of life.
UNIT-II Population problem and growth, pattern of population. Theory of demographic trasition.
Population poverty & Environment. Theory of Social Change Immutable laws of Capital
Development - Crisis in capitalism. Karl Marx - Theory of Development, Mahalonobis
four sectoral Model. Schumpeter's development in Capitalistic economy, Big-Push Balance
and unbalanced Growth, Critical Minimum Effort thesis, Low Income Equilibrium Trap-
Dualism : Technical, Behavioural & Social.
Unit-III Harrod and Domar Growth Model, Neo Classical models, So low, Meade & Mrs. Joan Robinson's Growh model, Unlimited supply of Labour.
UNIT-IV Environment and Ecology : Economic linkage, Environment as a necessary and luxury,
Population environment linkage, Environmental use & environmental disruption as an
allocation problem. Market failure for environmental goods, environment as a public good,
the Common problem. Property Human right approach to environmental problem,
valuation of environmental damages-land, water, air & forest Pollution Control-Prevention.
Control and asbtement of pollution Choice of policy instruments in developing Countries,
Environmental legislation Indicators of Sustainable Develop-ment, environmental
UNIT-V Concept of Intellectual Capital - Food Security, Education Helath & Nutrition, Efficiency
& Productivity in Agriculture New Technology & Sustainable Agriculture, Globalization
& Agriculture growth, the Choice of Technique & appropriate technology & employment.
Role of Monetory & Fiscal policies in developing Countries.
B.A. Part-3
PAPER - II statistical methods (Paper Code-0243)
M.M. 75
Statistical Methods Statistcs - Definition Statistical Data, Statistical Methods, Functions of Statistics. Importance of Statistics, Limitations of Statistics. Statistical Survey & Report writing. Collection of Data, Primary & Secondary Data, Sampling & Sampling Designs. Sampling Errors, Frequency Distribution, Diagrammatic & Graphic Presentation.
UNIT-II Central Tendency. Measurement of Mean, Median, Mode, Geometric Mean & Harmonic Mean and their uses. UNIT-III Dispersion : Meaning of Dispersion, Properties good measure of Variation - Methods of Despersion Range, Quartiles Deviation - Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficaient of Variation, Lorenz Curve, Skewness & Kurtosis.
UNIT-IV Coefficient of Correlation - Karl Pearson's Method, Probable Error, Spearman's Rank correlation coefficient.
UNIT-V Index Number - Construction of Index Numbers Simple & weighted Index Number'sFisher's Ideal Index Number & Reversal Test. Consumer Price Index Numbers and Time Seris Analysis - components of Time-Series.
Measurement of Trend - Graphic Method, Semi Average Method. Moving averages, Least Square Method, Measuring Trend by logariths. BOOK RECOMMENDED:
1. Salvalore, D.L. (1997), International Economics, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J.
2. Sodersten, Bo (1991), International Economics, Macmillan Press Ltd. London.
1. Aggarwal, M.R. (1979), Regional Economic Cooperation in South Asia, S. Chand and Co. New Delhi.
2. Bhagwati J. (Ed.) (1981), International Trade, Selected Readings, Cambridge University Press, Mass.
3. Creckjell A. (1982), International Mony, Issue and Analysis, E.I.B.S and Nelson, London.
4. Greenaway, D. (1983) International Monetary Economics, Prentice Hall Indoa.
5. Joshi V. and I.M.D. Little (1998), India's Economic Reforms, 1999-2001, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
6. Panchmukhi, V.R. (1978) Trade Policies of India : A Quantitative Analysis, Concept Publishing Company. New Delhi.
7. Patel, S.J. (1995) Indian Economy Towards the 21st Century. University Press Ltd. India.
8. Singh M. (1964), India Export Trends and the Prospects for sell sustained growth Oxford Univesity Press, Oxford.
B.A. Part-3
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& ModernIndia(EnglishandHindiVersion)
2. Singh, Nihal Gurumukh 3. Agrawal R.C.
& Landmarks in Indian Constitutional Development and National Movement. & Indian Constitutional Development and National Move-
ment in India.
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- Europe in the 19th and 20th Century (also Hi-- Version)
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- History of the Modern Times
3. Moon
- Imperialism in World Politics
4. Plamor & Parkins
- International Politics
5. Parks, Hengy Bamford
- The United States of America A History
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6. Panikkar K.M.
- Asia and Western Dominance
7. Schuman
- International politics
8. Taylor, A.J.P.
- Struggle for Mastery over Europe
9. Vinacke, H.M.
- A History of Far East in Modern Times
10. Fay
- Origins of the World War
11. Robert. Engong
- Europe since waterloo
12. Manazir Ahmad
- Europe ka Itihas (in Hindi)
13. Satyaketu Vidyalankar
- Sudurpurva ka Itihas (in Hindi)
14. Deonath Verma
- Aungla ka Itihas (in Hindi)
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1. The B.A. Part III Examination in Geography will be of 150 marks. There will be two theory
papers and one practical each of 50 marks as follows :
Paper ­ I Paper ­ II Paper ­ III
Resource and Environment Geography of India (with special reference to Chhattisgarh) Practical Geography
2. Each theory paper shall be of three hours' duration.
3. Candidates will be required to pass separately in theory and practical examinations.
4. Each theory paper is divided into five units.
5. (a) In the practical examination the following shall be allotment of time and marks.
i) Lab work
- 20 marks
ii) Survey
- 10 marks
iii) Field Report
- 10 marks
iv) Practical Record and viva-voce
- 10 marks
(b) The external and internal examiners shall jointly submit marks.
up to three hours Two hours
(c) The candidates shall present at the time of the practical examination their practical records
regularly signed by the teachers concerned.
A. Resources
M.M. 50
UNIT-I Meaning, nature and components of resources and environment. Resources and
environment interface. Classification of resources : renewable and nonrenewable :
biotic (forests, wild-life, live-stock, fisheries, agricultural crops) and abiotic (land,
water, mineral)
UNIT-II Distribution and utilization of water mineral and energy resources, their economic and
environmental significance and conservation. Types and distribution of forests, fauna
and fisheries, their economic, and environmental significance and conservation. Major
soil types and their distribution; problems of soil erosion and soil conservation.
UNIT-III Number, density, growth and distribution of population; population pressure and resource utilization.
B. Environment
UNIT-IV Classification of environment: Natural and Human. Man environment interrelations
with respect to population size, types of economy and technology; exploitation of
natural resources and environmental hazards.
UNIT-V Emerging environmental issues - population explosion; food security; deforestation;
global warming, conservation of bio-diversity; sustainable development.
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M.M. 50
(With Special reference to Chhattisgarh)
(Paper Code-0249)
UNIT - I Physical features : Structure, Relief and Physiographic regions, Drainage, Climateorigin and mechanism of monsoon, and regional and seasonal variation.
UNIT-II Natural resources : Soils - types, their distribution and characteristics. Water resources
(major irrigation and hydel power projets); Forests-types, distribution, economic
significance and conservation. Mineral and Power resources-Iron-ore, Manganese,
Copper, Coal, Petroleum and Natural gas, Non conventional sources of energy.
UNIT-III Cultural Features : Agriculture - Major crops, impact of Green Revolution and agricultural regions; Industries - Iron and steel, Cotton Textile, Cement, Sugar, Population - growth, density and distribution. Transport, Foreign Trade. UNIT-IV Chhattisgarh : Physical Features : Structure, Physiography, Drainage, Climate, Soils, Natural vegetation, Water resources - availability and development. Mineral and Power resources, Power projects. UNIT-V Chhattisgarh : Cultural features : Agriculture, Industries, Population - growth, distribution and density, social groups, literacy and sex-ratio, urbanisation. Major tribes-their habitat, economy and society. Transport and Tourism. SUGGESTED READING : 1. Sharma, T.C. and Coutinho, O. : Economic and Commercial Geography of India, Vikas Pub. House, New Delhi, 1988. 2. Singh, R.L. (Ed.) : India : A regional Geography, Nat. Geog. Soc. of India, Varanasi, 1971. 3. Spate, O.H.K. and Learmonth, A.T.A. India and Pakistan : A General and Regional Geography, Methuen & Co. Ltd. London, 1967. 4. Tiwari, R.C. : Geography of India, Prayag Pustak Bhawan. Allhabad, 2003. 5. Ikzehyk dqekj јlEikndЅ % e/izns"k dk izknsf"kd Hkwxkys ] e-iz- fgUnh xazFk vdkneh] Hkksiky 6. vxzoky izsepna % Hkkjr dk HkkSfrd Hkxw kys
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M.M. 50
UNIT-I Band graph, Hythergraph and Climograph. Square root, cube-root and vernier scales.
UNIT-II Map Projection : Conical Projection : one standard parallel, two standard parallels,
Bonne's, Ployconic, Polar Zenithal Projections; Gnomonic, Stereographic and
Orthographic. UNIT-III Study and Interpretation of Indian topographical sheets : classification and numbering system, Interpretation of topographical sheets with respect to cultural and physical features. UNIT-IV Surveying - Plane Table Survey, Basic Principles of plane table surveying, Plane table survey including intersection and resection. UNIT-V Importance of field work in Geography. Field work and field report : physical, social and economic survey of a micro-region.
B.A. Part-3
(Paper Code-0264)
I. Definitions and Elementary Knowledge of the following terms : Shruti, Gram, Murchana,
Jaati, Sadaj-Pancham Bhav, Sadaj-Madhyam Bhav, Sada-jantar Bhav, Chatuh Sarana by
acharya Bharat, Praman Shruti, Kaku Bhed, Jhala, Razakhani gat, Maseetkhani gat, Toda.
I. Introduction of Harmony and Melody Characteristics and comparative study of Harmony and Melody. III. Methods of Placement of swars : (a) Method of placing shudha and Vilkrit Swaras on Veena by Ahobal, Pt. Srinivas and Pt. V.N. Bhatkhande. (b) Shruti Swar system of different granthakars (authors) Ancient, Medieval and modern period. IV. Evolution and Development of Swar Saptaka of western and Indian scales : (a) Phthogorian Scale. (b) Scale from Sadaj-Pancham Bhav, (c) Scale from Sadaj-Madhyam Bhav, (d) Equally tempered Scale (e) Diatonic Scale (f) Mean tempered Scale (g) Concept of Acharya Bharat and Bilawal Thata. (h) Chromatic Scale. V. Definition and prime elements of Gharana and their history. Gwalior, Agra, Kirana, Patiyala, Jaipur, Senia Gharana of Instrumental Music. VI. Difinition of Gram and Gram Bhed Sadaj Gram, Madhyam Gram, Gandhar Gram and their Swaras. VII. Writing of Talas in Natation with Dugun and Chaugun layakaris in all the Talas prescribed in Ist and IInd Year.
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(Paper Code-0265)
1. Study of Theoritical details of Ragas prescribed for practical course and their comparative study.
2. Writing in notation of Bandish / Gat of prescribed Ragas.
3. Biographics and contributions of the musicians : Haddu - Hassu khan, Inayat Kan, Pandit Omkar Nath Thakur, Matang, Ramamatya, Srinivas, Lochan, Hrideya Narayan Dev, Somnath, Bhav Bhatta.
4. History of Indian Music : Medieval and Modern period; Analytical study of the styles,
position and effects of granthkaras and eminent musician of medieval and modern Period.
5. Classical Music and Folk Music : Comparative study of Classical and Folk music. Intensive study of the Folks of Chhattisgarh.
6. Voice-Culture : Definition, Importance and utility of vioce-culture. Construcution of throat and production of sound. General sicentific methods of voice-culture. 7. Guided listening to Radio and T.V. national Programmes of Indian classical Music and ability to write their critical appreciation. 8. Essay on topics related to music.
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PRACTICAL VOCAL/INSTRUMENTAL I. Study of Eight Ragas from the following : Ramkali, Jaijaiwanti, Miyan ki Malhar, Pooriya, Basant, Bahar, Darbavi Kanhada, Miyan
ki Todi, Adana, Kalavati, Hansdhwani, Shuddhkalyan, Pooriyadhamashri, Marwa.
1. Two Vilambit Khayalas / Maseetkhani Gats in any of the above mentioned Ragas with Alap and Tanas / Todas. One Vilambit Khayalas / Maseethkhani / Gat choice Raga and one asked by the examiner.
(5+5 = 10 marks)
3. Lakshan Geets, Sargams, Madhayalaya Khyals / Razakhani Gats with Tanas / Todas in
all the eight Ragas.
(5+5 = 10 marks)
4. Study of One Dhrupad and one dhamar with Dwigun, Trigun Chaugun / study of Two
Madhayata gats in other than Trital out of the Ragas precribed in the course. 8 marsk
5. Study of one Tarana, One Bhajan / One Dhun.
4 marks
6. Ability to demonstrate (orally by given Tali Khali on hand) Talas prescribed in 1st year
and IInd year Matta Tala, Panjabi Trital, Ganesh Tal, Rudra Tala.
4 marks
1. Keeping upto date practical and theory note Books. Attendence and activities in the class and college.
2. Ten descriptions of Music programmes of Radio, T.V. or personally attended.
BOOK RECOMMENDED: 1. Kramik pustak Malika Part I, II, III, IV by Pt. V.N. Bhatkhande.
2. Sangeetanjali Part I, II, III, IV, V, VI by Pt. Omkarnath Thakur.
3. Raga Vigyan Part I, II, III, IV, V by Pt. V.N. Patvardhan.
4. Rag Bodh. B.R. Devdhar, Part I, II & III.
5. Sitar Vadan, S.G. Vyas.
6. Sangeet Visharad, Vasant
7. Sangeet Bodh 8. Sangeet Darshika 9. Sangeet Shastra Darpan 10. Dawadhavi and Sangeet 11. Shrimallakshay Sangeetam
- S.C. Paranjape - Navigopal Banerjee - Shanti Gowardhan Part I, II & III - Lalit Kishore singh - Chatur Pandit.
B.A. Part-3
PSYCHOLOGY PAPER - I PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICS M.M.:50 (Paper Code-0250) UNIT-I Statistics: Meaning and application in Psychology, nature of score, categorical and continuous variables, frequency distribution, Graphic representation of data. UNIT-II Measures of Central Tendency : Mean, Median and mode of group and un group data, Measures of variability : Range, S.D., Q.D., A.D., applications of measures of central tendency and variability. UNIT-III Nature and characteristics of normal probability curve : concept of skewness and Kurtosis, Correlation : Concept, Types and methods - rank difference and product moment (in ungrouped data), Biserial and Tetrachoric coefficient. UNIT-IV Inferential statistics: Concept of null Hypothesis, level of significance, type I error & type II error, T-test (uncorrelated data) UNIT-V Distribution free statistics: Chi-square, Median and sign test, applications of computer in psychological statistics. REFERENCES: 1. Siegel S., (1994) Non parametric statistics New York : Mcgraw Hill Garret: Statistics in Psychology and Education Times of India Publisher. 2. dihy ,l- ds- & lkaf[;dh ds eyw rRo xSjsV& euksfoKku ,oa f"k{kk eas lkaf[;dh B.A. Part-3
PAPER - II (Optional)
(Paper Code-0251)
Candidate has to opt. any one of the following Optional papers.
UNIT-I Concept of Human Development, Theories of Human Development: Psychoanali-tical
and Maslow, Determinants of Human Development - Biological, social, cultural factors,
Approaches to study human developments: Longitudinal and cross - sectional. UNIT-II Socialisation : Role of family, peers and school, Media and socialisation, Ecological factors in Human Development, Cognitive Development : Theoritical Perspectives Piaget, Information Processing, Vyogotsky. UNIT-III Self and Identity : Emergence of self, Development of personal identity, identity crises,
Physical and sexuel maturation, Sequential development of emotions.
UNIT-IV Development of morality and self concept, Development of gender differences and
gender roles. Role of marriage, family and occupation in Human Development.
UNIT-V Problems of Aging - Cognitive, conative, affective, Developmental Disabi-lities. BOOK RECOMMENDED : 1. Berk L.E. (1989) Child Development. Boston : Allyn and Bacon. 2. Santrock J.W. (1999) Lifespan development. New York McGraw Hill. 3. E.B. Hurlock (1997) Development Psychology : A life span approach. V, edition. 4. "kkg xkos /kZ.k & fodklkjkRed eukfs oKku
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PAPER - II (Optional)
UNIT-I Evaluing environmental ethics from values about nature in the ancient India systems.
Earth as a living system, Psychological approaches to environment : Eco cultural Psychology (Berry), Bio-Social Psychology (Dawson), Ecological Psychology (Berkar)
Person Environment Transactions (sokols, Itlelson)
UNIT-II Effects of environment on behaviour : Noise pollution chemical Pollution, crowding and personal space. Effect of behaviour on environment : Perception, Preferences and awareness of environment.
UNIT-III human nature and environmental problems : Pro-social and pro environment
behaviours, Eco-systems and their components Demography : Mortality and fertility,
Resource Use : Common Property resources, Sustainable Development, Ecology :
Acculturation and Psychological adaptation.
UNIT-IV Methods : Naturalistic observetion and field surveys. Environmental Assessment : Naturalistic observation and field surveys Socio - Psychological dimensions of environments impact Environmental deprivation : Nature and consequences, Creating environmental awareness - Social Movements : Chipko, Tehri Narmad. UNIT-V Application of Psychology in man environment fit : Education - Classroom environment, Industry - Industrial / Organisational effectiveness, Health - Physical, mental and spiritual, Social - Communal harmony and National integration. REFERENCES : 1. Goldsmith E. (1991) - The way : The ecological world vic Boston : Shambhala. 2. Jain U (1987) The Psychological consequences of crowding New Delhi : Sage. 3. Mishra R.C. Sinha D & Berry, J.W. (1996) Ecology, Community and life style, New Delhi.
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PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICALS This paper carries 50 marks. It comprises of two parts. Part A comprises of
psychological experiments and testing while part B comprises of complition of Project Report.
PART - A Note : From the following experiment any 5 are to be done- 1. Bilateral transfer of training. 2. Measurement of Illusion. 3. Habit interference. 4. Effect of need priority on selection of Advertising material. 5. Effect of mental fatigue upon performance. 6. Reaction Time 7. Effect of frustration on learning. 8. Depth Perception. Note : From the following tests any 4 are to be done1. Level of aspiration 2. Need for guidence 3. Maturity scale 4. Attitude Scale. 5. Classroom environment scale. 6. Mental health 7. Family environment test 8. Test of Moral values.
PART - B The condidate will be alloted a topic of project by the departmental committee. He/she is required to carry out a small scale project based on small sample. He/she is required to complet the project and submit its report. 15-20 pages, covering all major steps of scientific enquiry under the supervision of the departmental teacher. This will be the part of practical work. The soggested areas for the project work are as under Mental health, sibling rivarly, deprivation, identity crises, drug abuse aging media effect, woman employment, Job sotisfaction, stress, stren management, problems of adolscent etc.
DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS Conduction of Experiment Administration of test Evaluation of Project Report and Practical record Viva - Voce
10 marks
10 marks
10 marks
10 marks
Note : Candidate is required to attend practical work regularly. His/Her attendence should not be
less than 75%. If his / her practical work performance is not satisfactory, he / she shall be
debarred from the examinations.
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PAPER-I (Paper Code-0275)
AIM- The aim of this paper is to introduce the students the basics of Human Genetics
and Human Growth.
UNIT-I Human Genetics : aims and scope. Cell division : Mitosis and Meiosis. Mendelism,
Chromosomes ; Normal and Abnormal chromosomes. Genes, concept of DNA & RNA.
Types of Inheritance : autosomal, (Dominant and Recessive). Sex linked Inheritance.
UNIT-II Concept of Race. Formation of Racial groups. Criteria for racial classification. Racial
elements in India. Major stocks of the world and their broad sub divisions.
UNIT-III Types of twins and their importance in genetic investigation. Inheritance of ABO Blood groups, P.T.C., Colour blindness and dermatoglyphics. Genetic councelling, Eugenics. Population Genetics. UNIT-IV Definition and scope of Human growth. Methods of studying human growth and
Development. Ageing, Nutritional requirement for normal growth. Common nutritional
disorder (Protein, Fat, Carbohydrates, Mineral, Vitamin).
UNIT-V Ecology : definition and scope. Varieties of human ecosytems. Environmental Population. Definition, nature and scope of biological demography. Demographic Profiles : Fertility, Mortality, Morbidity. RECOMMENDED READINGS :
1. Agrawal S.N. 2. Bogue 3. Bresler 4. Gran and Shamir 5. Harri.II. 6. Harrison. A.E. (editor) 7. Phyllis and Home, P.S. 8. Race, R.R. & Sanger R. 9. Stern C. 10. Tanner, J.M. 11. Theodarson 12. Walson and Lowry 13. Winchester A.W. 14. j?kqoa"kh v:.k ,oa pUnzys[kk 15. Sinnot, Dunn & Dozansky
: India Population Problems : Principles of Demography : Human Ecology : Methods of Research in Human Growth : Biochemical Genetics Man : Human Biology : Basic nutrition in health & disease : Blood Group in Man : Principles of Human Genetics : Human Growth : Studies in Human Ecology : Growth and Development of Children : Principal of Genetics % Ik;kZoj.k iznw'k.k % Principles of Genetics
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PAPER-II (Paper Code-0276) THEORIES IN SOCIAL CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY AIM : The main aim of this course is to introduce the student about the basic pricinciples and Theories of
Social cultural Anthropology to-provide preliminary understatnding of various theoretical models evolved
by Social and Cultural Anthropology.
The contributions made by the following Anthropologists to Social-Cultural Anthropology. (I) E.Durkheim, (II) F. Boas, (III) R. Redcfield, (IV) A. L. Kroeber, (V) S.C. Dube, (VI) M.N. Shrinivas, (VII) L.P. Vidyarthi.
UNIT-II Evolution: Biological and cultural Evolutionism; classical Evolutionism; E.B. Tylor, L.H. Morgan. Neo - Evolutionism; jLeslie white, Gordon childe. Culture traits, Culture Complex, Culture Area, Culture focus. Diffusion of Culture : British diffusionist : Genrman - Austrian diffusionist ( Kuttre kriese American diffusionist ( Culture Area). UNIT-III Function and structure: Functionalism ( Malinowski) and Structure Functionalism ( Redcliffe Brown ) Structuralism ( Levi Strauss). UNIT-IV Personality : Basic personality and Model personality. Culture pattern : Configurationalism ( Ruth Benedict). Anthropological study of National character. UNIT-V Feild work tradition in Anthropology Major tools of Research: Schedule, Questionaire,
Participant observation, interview, case study, Geneological Method. The main bases of
Anthropological Methods: Historical Method, Comparative Method and Functional Method.
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PAPER-III PRACTICAL Obejctive : The main of this practical coures is to introduce the student about the tools and Method, analysis & statistical methods used in Human Biology. Laboratory Procedures in blood grouping and dermatoglyphics would give confidence in Dealing with all the applied dimensions they process. PART-I : Somatometry : (a) Measurements on body : (i) Height vertex, (ii) Height tragus, (iii) Suprasternale height, (iv) Biacromial Breadth,
(v) Bi-illioncristal breadth, (vi) Tibial Height, (vii) Upper extremity Length,
(viii) Sitting height, (ix) height dactylion, (x) Body weight.
(b) Head and Face Measurement :
(i) Morphological upper facial length. (i) Morphological facial length. (v) Max head length (vii) Nasal length (c) Indices :
(i) Physiognomic upper facial length. (iv) Bizygomalic breadth. (vi) Max head breadth (viii) Nasal breadth
(i) Cephalic Index
(i) Nasal Index
(i) Facial Index
PART-II Genetic Traits :
ABO blood group ; colour blindness, PTC taste sensitivity, Dermatioglyphics, Methods of taking
finger and palm prints and their analysis.
PART-III Statistics Mean, Median, Standard deviation, X2 test.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Basin M.K. and I.P. Singh 2. Cummins H. and Midlo C. 3. Dunsford and Bowley 4. Fisher R.S. 5 fe=k ferkJh 6. Olivia
: Anthropometry : An Introduction of Dermatoglyphics : Blood Group Techniques : Statistical methods for Research Workers : izk;ksfxd ekuo foKku Hkkx&2 :Practical Anthropology
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(Paper Code-0289) UNIT-I Indian Applied Statistical System : Present official statistical system in India, Methods of collection of official statistics, their reliability and limitations, and the principal publications containing such statistics on the topics- population agriculture, industry, trade, price, labour and employment, transport and communications, banking and finance. (15L) UNIT-II Demographic Methods : Sources of demographic data - census, register, adhoc survey, hospital records, demographic profiles of Indian census. Measurement of mortality and life tables- crude, death rates, infant mortality rates, death date by cause, standardized death rate, complete life table - its main features, mortality rate and probability of dying, use of survival tables. Measurement of fertility - crude birth rate, general fertility rate, total fertility rate, gross reproduction rate, net reproduction rate. (25L) UNIT-III Economic Statistics : Index number - its definition, applications of index numbers. price relatives and quantity or volume relatives, link and chain relatives, problems involved in computation of index numbers, use of averages, simple aggregative and weighted average methods, Laspeyre's, Paasche's and Fisher's index numbers, time and factor reversal tests of index numbers. Consumer Price Index. (20L) UNIT-IV Static laws of demand and supply, price elasticity of demand, analysis of income and allied size distribution - Pareto distribution, graphical test, fitting of Pareto's law, log normal distribution and its properties, Lorenz curve and estimation of elasticity from time series data. Gini's coefficient.
Time Series Analysis: Economic time series, its different components, Illustrations, additive and multiplicative models, determination of trend, growth curves, analysis of seasonal fluctuations construction of seasonal indices. (15L)
REFERENCES : 1. Croxton F.E. and Cowden D.J. (1969) : Applied General Statistics, Prentice Hall of India.
2. Goon, A.M., Gupta, M.K., Das gupta, B (1986) : Fundamentals of statistics, vol.-II, World Press, Calcutta.
3. Guide to Current Indian Offical Statistics : Central Statistical Organization, Govt. of India, New Delhi. 4. Saluja M.P. ( ) Indian Official statistical Systems, Statistical Publishing Society, Calcutta.
5. Srivastava, O.S. (1983): A textbook of Demography, Vikas Publishing. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES: 1. Gupta and Mukhopadhyay P.P. ( ) Aplied Statistics, Central Book Agency. 2. Pressat R. (1978) : Statistical Demography, Methuen and Co. Ltd.
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(Paper Code-0290) Importance of statistical methods in industrial research and practice, specification of items and lot qualities corresponding to visual gauging, count and measurements, types of inspection, determination of tolerance limits. General theory of control charts, causes of variation in quality, control limits, sub-grouping, summary of out-ot control criteria, charts for attributes, np chart, p - chatr, c- chart, u- chart, Charts for variables- X- and R charts, design of X and R charts versus p-charts, process capability studies. (30L) Principle of acceptance sampling- problem of lot acceptance, stipulation of good and bad lots, producer's and consumers risks, single and double sampling plans, their OC functions, concepts of AQL, LTPD, AOQL, average amount of inspection and ASN function, rectifying inspection plans, Sampling inspection plans, Indian Standards Tables Part-I (including applications), IS 2500 Part I. (15L) Computational techniques : Difference tables and methods of inferpolation, Newton's and Lagrange's methods of interpolation, Divided differences, numerical differentiation and integration, Trapezoidal rule, Simpson's one-third formula, iterative solution of non- linear equations. (15L) Linear Programming : Elementary theory of convex sets, definition of general linear programming problems (LPP), formulation problems of LPP, examples of LPP, Problems occurring in various fields, graphical and Simplex method of solving an LPP, artificial variables, duality of LPP. Transportation Problem (non-degenerate and balanced cases only), Assignment Problem. (30L)
UNIT-V Four short notes, one from each unit. Student have to answer any two.
1. Brownless K.A. (1960) : Statistical theory and Methodology in Science and Engineering. John Wiley and Sons. 2. Grant E.L. (1964) : Statistical Quality Control, McGraw Hill. 3. Duncan A.J. (1974) : Quality Control and Industrial Statistics, Traporewala and Sons. 4. Gass S.I. (1975) : Linear Programming Methods and Applications, McGraw Hill. 5. Rajaraman, V. (1981) : Computer Oriented numerical methods, Prentice Hall. 6. Sastry S.S. (1987) : Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, Prentice Hall. 7. Taha H.A. (1989) : Operations Research : An Introduction, Macmillan Publishing Company. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES :
1. Bowker H.A. and Liberman G.T. (1962) : Engineering Statistics, Prentice Hall. 2. Cowden D.J. (1960) : Statistical Methods in Quality Control, Asia Publishing Society. 3. Garvin W.W. (1960) : Introduction to Linear Programming, McGraw Hill. 4. Mahajan M. (2001) : Statistical Quality Control, Dhanpat Rai & Co. (P) Ltd. 5. Rao S.S. (1984) : Optimization Theory and Applications, Wiley Eastern. 6. Krishnamurthy E.V. and Sen S.K. (1976) : Computer Based Numerical Algorithms, Affiliated East-West Press.
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PRACTICAL 1. Computing measures of mortality & fertility, Construction of life tables and examples involving use of life tables, Graduation of mortality rates by Gompertz curve, fitting of a logistic curve. 2. Construction of Index Numbers by Laspeyre's, Paasche's, Fisher's method. 3. Determination of trend in a time series, construction of seasonal indices. 4. Fitting of Pareto curve to income data, Lorenz curve of concentration, Estimation of price elasticity of demand form time series data. 5. Drawing of X-R, np, p and c- charts. Drawing of OC curve for single and double sampling plans for attributes, AOQ and ATI curves. 6. Construction of difference tables, use of Newton's Lagrange's methods of interpolation and divided difference formulae, numerical evaluation of integrals using Trapezoidal and Simpson's one-third formulae, solution of non-linear equation by Newton-Raphson iterative method. 7. Formulation of LPP's and their duals. Solving LPPs by graphical and simplex methods, transportation and assignment problems. -------- B.A. Part-3
MATHEMATIS TThere shall be three theory papers. Two compulsory and one optional Each paper carrying 50 marks is divided into five units and each unit carry equal marks. PAPER - I ANALYSIS (Paper Code-0279) REAL ANALYSIS UNIT-I Series of arbitrary terms. Convergence, divergence and Oscillation. Abel's and Dirichlet's test. Multiplication of series. Double series. Partial derivation and differentiability of real-valued functions of two variables. Schwarz and Young's theorem. Implicit function theorem. Fourier series. Fourier expansion of piecewise monotonic functions. UNIT-II Riemann integral. Intergrability of continuous and monotonic functions. The fundamental theorem of integral calculus. Mean value theorems of integral calculus. Improper integrals and their convergence, Comparison tests. Abel's and Dirichlet's tests. Frullani's integral. Integral as a function of a parameter. Continuity, derivability and integrability of an integral of a function of a parameter. COMPLEX ANALYSIS UNIT-III Complex numbers as ordered pairs. Geometric Representation of Complex numbers. Stereographic projection. Continuity and differentiability of Complex functions. Analytic functions. CauchyRiemann equations. Harmonic functions. Elementary functions. Mapping by elementary functions. Mobius transformations. Fixedpoints, Cross ratio. Inverse points and critical mappings. Conformal mappings. METRIC SPACES UNIT-IV Definition and examples of metric spaces. Neighbourhoods, Limit points, Interior points, Open and closed sets, Closure and interior. Boundary points, Sub-space of a metric space. Cauchy sequences, Completeness, Cantor's intersection theorem. Contraction principle, Construction of real numbers as the completion of the incomplete metric space of rationals. Real numbers as a complete ordered field. UNIT-V Dense subsets. Baire Category theorem. Separable, second countable and first countable spaces. Continuous functions. Extension theorem. Uniform continuity, Isometry and homeomorphism. Equivalent metrics. Compactness,Sequential compactness. Totally bounded spaces. Finite intersection property. Continuous functions and compact sets, Connectedness, Components, Continuous functions and connected sets. B.A. Part-3
REFERENCES : 1. T.M. Apostol, Mathematical Analysis, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1985. 2. R.R. Goldberg, Real Analysis, Oxford & IBH publishing Co., New Delhi, 1970. 3. S. Lang, Undergraduate Analysis, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1983. 4. D. Somasundaram and B. Choudhary, A First Coarse in Mathematical Analysis, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1997. 5. Shanti Narayan, A Course of Mathematical Analysis, S. Chand & Co. New Delhi. 6. P.K. Jain and S.K. Kaushik, An introduction to Real Analysis, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2000. 7. R.v. Churchill & J.W. Brown, Complex Variables and Applications, 5*" Edition, McGraw- Hill, NewYork, 1990. 8. MarkJ. Ablowitz & A.S.Fokas, Complex Variables : Introduction and Applications, Cambridge University Press, South Asian Edition, 1998. 9. Shanti Narayan, Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi. 10. E.t. Copson, Metric Spaces, Cambridge University Press, 1968. 11. P.K. Jain and K. Ahmad, Metric Spaces, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1996. 12. G.F. Simmons, Inroductin to Topology and Modern Analysis, McGraw-Hill, 1963. B.A. Part-3
PART - II ABSTRACT ALGEBRA (Paper Code-0280) UNIT-I Group-Automorphisms, inner automorphism. Automorphism groups and their computations, Conjugacy relation, Normaliser, Counting principle and the class equation of a finite group. Center for Group of prime-order, Abelianizing of a group and its universal property. Sylow's theorems, Sylow subgroup, Structure theorem for finite Abelian groups. UNIT-II Ring theory-Ring homomorphism. Ideals and Quotient Rings. Field of Quotients of an Integral Domain, Euclidean Rings, Polynomial Rings, Polynomials over the Rational Field. The Eisenstien Criterion, Polynomial Rings over Commutative Rings, Unique factorization domain. R unique factorisation domain implies so is R [x1, x2 ..... xn] Modules, Submodules, Quotient modules, Homomorphism and Isomorphism theorems. UNIT-III Definition and examples of vector spaces. Subspaces. Sum and direct sum of subspaces, Linear span. Linear dependence, independence and their basic properties. Basis. Finite dimensional vector spaces. Existence theoremfor bases. Invariance of the number of elements of a basis set. Dimension. Existence of complementary subspace of a subspace of a finite dimensional vector space. Dimension of sums of subspaces. Quotient space and its dimension. UNIT-IV Linear transformations and their representation as matrices. The Algebra of linear transformations. The rank nullity theorem. Change of basis. Dual space. Bidual space and natural isomorphism. Adjoint of a linear transformation. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a linear transformation. Diagonalisation. Annihilator of a subspace. Bilinear, Quadratic and Hermitian forms. UNIT-V Inner Product Spaces-Cauchy-Schwarz inequality. Orthogonal vectors. Orthogonal Complements. Orthonormal sets and bases. Bessel's inequality for finite dimensional spaces. Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization process. REFERENCES : 1. I.N. Herstein, Topics in Algebra, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1975. 2. N. Jacobson, Basic Algebra, Vols. I & II. W.H. Freeman, 1980 (also published by Hindustan Publishing Company). 3. Shanti Narayan, A Text Book of Modern Abstract Algebra, S.Chand & Co. New Delhi. 4. K.B. Datta, Matrix and Linear Algebra, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2000. 5. P.B. Bhattacharya, S.K. Jain and S.R. Nagpal, Basic Abstract Algebra (2"" Edition) Cambridge University Press, Indian Edition, 1997. 6. K. Hoffman and R. Kunze,Linear Algebra, 2"" Editon, Prentice Hall. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1971. 7. S.K. Jain, A. Gunawardena & P.B. Bhattacharya, Basic Linear Algebra with MATLAB. Key College Publishing (Springer-Verlag) 2001. 8. S. Kumaresan, Linear Algebra, A.Geometric Approach, Prentice-Hall of India, 2000. 9. Vivek Sahai and Vikas Bist, Algebra, Norosa Publishing House, 1997. 10. I.S. Luther and I.B.S.Passi, Algebra, Vol. I-Groups, Vol. II-Rings. Narosa Publishing House (Vol. I-1996, Vol. II-1999) 11. D.S. Malik, J.N. Mordeson, and M.K. Sen, Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra, McGraw-Hill International Edition, 1997. B.A. Part-3
PAPER - III - (OPTIONAL) (I) PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Paper Code-0281) UNIT-I Data Storage - Storage of bits. Main Memory. Mass Storage. Coding Information of Storage. The Binary System. Storing integers, storing fractions, communication errors. Data Manipulation - The Central Processing Unit. The Stored-Program Concept. Programme Execution. Other Architectures. Arithmetic/Logic Instructions. ComputerPeripheral Communication. UNIT-II Operating System and Networks - The Evolutionof Operating System. Operating System Architecture. Coordinating the Machine's Activities. Handling Competition Among Process. Networks. Networks Protocol. Software Engineering - The Software Engineering Discipline. The Software Life Cycle. Modularity. Development Tools and Techniques. Documentation. Software Ownership and Liability. UNIT-III Algorithms - The Concept of an Algorithm, Algorithm Representation. Algorithm Discovery. Iterative Structures. Recursive Structures. Efficiency and Correctness. ++ (Algorithms to be implemented in C ). Programming Languages - Historical Perspective. Traditional Programming Concepts, Program Units. Language Implementation. Parallel Computing. Declarative Computing. UNIT-IV Data Structures - Arrays. Lists. Stacks. Queues. Trees. Customised Data Types. Object Oriented Programming. File Structure - Sequential Files. Text Files. Indexed Files. Hashed Files. The Role of The Operating System. Database Structure - General Issues. The Layered Approach to Database Implementation. The Relational Model. Object-Oriented Database. Maintaining Database Integrity. E-R models. UNIT-V Artifical Intelligence - Some Philosophical Issues. Image Analysis. Reasoning, Control System Activities. Using Heuristics. Artificial Neural Networks. Application of Artificial Intelligence. Theory of Computation - Turning Machines. Computable functions. A Non computable Function. Complexity and its Measures. Problem Classification. REFERENCES : 1. J. Glen Brookshear, Computer Science : An Overview, Addition -Wesley. 2. Stanley B. Lippman, Josee Lojoie, C++ Primer (3rd Edition), Addison-Wesley. B.A. Part-3
PAPER - III - (OPTIONAL) (II) DISCRETE MATHEMATICS (Paper Code-0282) UNIT-I Sets and Propositions - Cardinality. Mathematical Induction, Principle of Inclusion and exclusion. Computability and Formal Languages - Ordered Sets. Languages. Phrase Structure Grammars. Types of Grammars and Languages. Permutations. Combinations and Discrete Probability. UNIT-II Relations and Functions - Binary Relations, Equivalence Relations and Partitions. Partial Order Relations and Lattices. Chains and Antichains. Pigeon Hole Principle. Graphs and Planar Graphs - Basic Terminology. Multigraphs. Weighted Graphs. Paths and Circuits. Shortest Paths. Eulerian Paths and Circuits. Travelling Salesman Problem. Planner Graphs. TREES. UNIT-III Finite State Machines - Equivalent Machines. Finite State Machines as Language Recognizers. Analysis of Algorithms - Time Complexity. Complexity of Problems. Discrete Numeric Functions and Generating Functions. UNIT-IV1 Recurrence Relations and Recursive Algorithms - Linear Recurrence Relations with Constant Coefficients. Homogeneous Solutions. Particular Solution. Total Solution. Solution by the Method of Generating Functions. Brief review of Groups and Rings. UNIT-V Boolean Algebras - Lattices and Algebraic Structures. Duality, Distributive and Complemented Lattices. Boolean Lattices and Boolean Algebras. Boolean Functions and Expressions. Prepositional Calculus. Design and Implementation of Digital Networks. Switching Circuits. REFERENCES : C.L. Liu, Elements of Discrete Mathematics, (Second Edition), McGraw Hill, International Edition, Computer Science Series, 1986. B.A. Part-3
PAPER - III - (OPTIONAL) (III) APPLICATION OF MATHEMATICS IN FINANCE AND INSURANCE (Paper Code-0283) Application of Mathematics in Finance : UNIT-I Financial Management - An overview. Nature and Scope of Financial Management. Goals of Financial Management and main decisions of financial management. Difference between risk, speculation and gambling. Time value of Money-Interest rate and discount rate. Present value and future valuediscrete case as well as continuous compounding case. Annuities and its kinds. UNIT-II Meaning of return. Return as Internal Rate of Return (IRR). Numerical Methods like Newton Raphson Method to calculate IRR. Measurement of returns under uncertainty situations. Meaning of risk. Difference between risk and uncertainty. Types of risks. Measurement of risk. Calculation of security and Portfolio Risk and Return-Markowitz Model. Sharpe's Single Index Model Systematic Risk and Unsystematic Risk. UNIT-III Taylor series and Bond Valuation. Calculation of Duration and Convexity of bonds. Financial Derivaties - Futures. Forward. Swaps and Options. Call and Put Option. Call and Put Parity Theorem. Pricing of contingent claims through Arbitrage and Arbitrage Theorem. Application of Mathematics in Insurance UNIT-IV Insurance Fundamentals - Insurance defined. Meaning of loss. Chances of loss, peril, hazard, and proximate cause in insurance. Costs and benefits of insurance to the society and branches of insurance-life insurance and various types of general insurance. Insurable loss exposuresfeature of a loss that is ideal for insurance. Life Insurance Mathematics - Construction of Mortality Tables. Computation of Premium of Life Insurance for a fixed duration and for the whole life. UNIT-V Determination of claims for General Insurance - Using Poisson Distribution and Negative Binomial Distribution-the Polya Case. Determination of the amount of Claims in General Insurance - Compound Aggregate claim model and its properties, and claims of reinsurance. Calculation of a compound claim density function. F-recursive and approximate formulae for F. REFERENCES : 1. Aswath Damodaran, Corporate Finance - Theory and Practice, John Wiley & Sons Inc. 2. John C. Hull, Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives, Prentice-Hall of Indian Private Limited. 3. Sheldon M. Ross, An Introduction to Mathematical Finance, Cambridge University Press. 4. Mark S. Dorfman, Introduction to risk management and Insurance, Prentice Hall, Englwood Cliffs, New Jersey. 5. C.D. Daykin, T. Pentikainen and M. Pesonen, Practical Risk Theoryfor Actuaries, Chapman & Hall. B.A. Part-3
PAPER - III - (OPTIONAL) (Paper Code-0284) Theory component will have maximum marks 30. Practical component will have maximum marks 20. (IV) PROGRAMMING IN C AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (Thoury & Practical) Programming in C UNIT-I Programmer's model of a computer. Algorithms. Flow Charts. Data Types. Arithmetic and input/output instructions. Decisions control structures. Decision statements. Logical and Conditional operators. Loop. Case control structures. Functions. Recursions. Preprocessors. Arrays. Puppetting of strings. Structures. Pointers. File formatting. Numerical Analysis UNIT-II Solution of Equations : Bisection, Secant, Regula Falsi, Newton's Method, Roots of Polynomials : Interpolation : Lagrange and Hermite Interpolation, Divided Differences, Difference Schemes, Interpolation Formulasusing Differences. Numerical Differentiation. Numerical Quadrature : Newton-Cote's Formulas. Gauss Quadrature Formulas, Chebychev's Formulas. UNIT-III Linear Equations : Direct Methods for Solving. Systems of Linear Equations (Guass Elimination, LU Decomposition, Cholesky Decomposition), Iterative Methods (Jacobi, GaussSeidel, Relaxation Methods). The Algebraic Eigenvalue problem : Jacobi's Method, Givens' Method, Householder's Method, Power Method, QR Method, Lanezos' Method. UNIT-IV Ordinary Differential Equations : Euler Method, Single-step Methods, Runge-Kutta's Method, Multi-step Methods, Milne-Simpson Method, Methods Based on Numerical Integration, Methods Based on Numerical Differentiation, Boundary Value Problems, Eigenvalue Problems. Approximation : Different Types of Approximation, Least Square Polynomial Approximation, Polynomial Approximation using Orthogonal Polynomials, Approximation with Trigonometric Functions, Exponential Functions, Chebychev Polynomials, Rational Functions. Unit-V Monte Carlo Methods Random number generation, congruential generators, statistical tests of pseudo-random numbers. Random variate generation, inverse tranform method, composition method, acceptancerejection method, generation of exponential, normal variates, binomial and Poisson variates. Monte Carlo integration, hit or miss Monte Carlo integration, Monte Carlo integration for improper integrals, error analysis for Monte Carlo intergration. B.A. Part-3
REFERENCES : 1. Henry Mullish& Herbert L. Cooper, Spirit of C : An Introductionto Modern Programming, Jaico Publishers, Bombay. 2. B.W. Kernighan and D.M. Ritchie. The C Programming Language 2"d Edition, (ANSI features) Prentice Hall, 1989. 3. Peter A Darnel and Philip E. Margolis, C : A Software Engineering Approach, Narosa Publishing House, 1993. 4. Robert C. Hutehisonand Steven B. Just, Programming using C Language, McGraw Hill, 1988. 5. Les Hancock and Morris Krieger, The C Primer, McGraw Hill, 1988. 6. V. Rajaraman, Programming in C, Prentice Hall of India, 1994. 7. Byron S. Gottfried, Theory and Problems of Programming with C, tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 1998. 8. C.E. Froberg,Introduction to Numerical Analysis, (Second Edition), Addison-Wesley, 1979. 9. James B. Scarborough, Numerical Mathematical Anasysis, Oxford and IBHPublishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. 1966. 10. Melvin J. Maron, Numerical Analysis A Practical Approach, Macmillan publishing Co., Inc. New York, 1982. 11. M.K. Jain, 'S.R.K. lyengar, R.K. Jain, Numerical Methods Problems and Solutions, New Age International (P) Ltd., 1996. 12. M.K. Jain, S.R.K. lyengar, R.K. Jain, Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation, New Age International (P) Ltd., 1999. 13. R.Y. Rubistein, Simulation and the Monte Carlo Methods, John Wiley, 1981. 14. D.J. Yakowitz Computational Probability and Simulation, Addison-Wesley, 1977. B.A. Part-3
PAPER - III - (OPTIONAL) (V) MATHEMATICAL MODELLING (Paper Code-0285) The Process of Applied mathematics. UNIT-I Setting up first-order differential equations - Qualitative solution sketching. Difference and differential equation growth models. UNIT-II Single-species population models. Population growth-An age structure model. The spread of Technological innovation. UNIT-III Higher-order linear models- A model for the detection of diabetes. Combat modes. Traffic models - Car-following models. Equilibrium speed distributions. UNIT-IV Nonlinear population growth models. Prey-Predator models. Epidemic growth models. Models from political science - Proportional representation-cumulative voting, comparison voting. UNIT-V Applications in Ecological and Environmental subject areas- Urban waste water management planning. REFERENCES : 1. Differential equation models, Eds. Martin Braun, C.S. Coleman, D.A. Drew. 2. Political and Related Models, Steven. J. Brams, W.F. Lucas, P.D. Straftin (Eds.) 3. Discrete and System models, W.F. Lucas, F.S. Roberts, R.M. Thrall. 4. Life Science Models, H.M. Roberts & M. Thompson. All volumes published as modules in applied Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, 1982. 5. Mathematical Modelling by J.N. Kapur, New Age International, New Delhi. -------- B.A. Part-3
M.M. 75
(Paper Code-0246)
UNIT-I The concept of Tribe.
Characteristics of Tribal society Distinction in Tribe and Caste.
UNIT-II Classification of Tribal people :-
Food gatherers and hunters, shifting cultivates, nomads, peasants settled agriculturists, artisans.
Sociocultural profile - Kinship, marriage and family, religions beliefs cultural UNIT-III traditions. UNIT-IV Social mobility and change sensitization. Schemes of Tribal Development Various tribal movements. UNIT-V Problems of Tribal people Poverty, illitracry, indebtedness, agrarian issues, exploitation study of tribal immunities in Chhattisgarh with special reference to "oraon", "Kanwar" and "Gond".
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(Paper Code-0247)
UNIT-I Meaning and significance of Social Research.
Hypothesis and its formulation Scientific method and its applicability.
UNIT-II Positivism
Ethnography, observation, case study, content analysis.
Unit-III Types of Research -
Historical, descriptive, comparative exploratory, experimental. UNIT-IV Techniques of data collection - survey sampling, Questionnaire, Interview schedule and Interview guide.
UNIT-V Meaning, importance and limitations of social statistics.
Graphs, diagrams and measures of central tendency - mean mode, mediaJ correlation.
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(Paper Code-0253)
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gowth, principles of development, factors affecting child development, heredity and environment.
Stages of development -
1. Physiology of pregnancy
2. Prental
(a) Reproductive system
(b) Prenatal development
3. Infancy
(a) Early infancy
(b) Babyhood
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(i) Prental growth and development (a) Sources of studing prenatal life (b) Stages of growth prenatal and development (c) Factors affecting prenatal and development growth
(1) Mother's food
(2) Health of mother
(3) Narcotics
(4) Age of parents
(5) Effect of season
(6) Emotion of mother
Effect of normal and scissoring delivery.
Adjustment to new environment -
(a) Temperature
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(c) Food consumption
(d) Excretion
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(d) Pulse rate
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4. Sensory development of infant (b) Light (c) Sound (d) Taste (e) Smell (f) Skin sensitivity 5. Motor activity of infants (a) Mass activities (b) Specific activities - (i) Reflex activities (i) Advanages of reflex action 6. Emotions of infants (a) Types of emotions (b) Significance of emotions 7. Characteristics of infant behaviour (a) Dependancy (b) Individual difference (c) Adjustment UNIT-3 Childhood : Adolescence. 1. Characterstics of this stage. 2. Factors affecting growth and development during childhood and adolescence. 3. Physical growth height, weight, body proportion, teeth 4. Growth and development of internal organs (a) Nervous (b) Mental (c) Circulatory system (d) Digestive system, (e) Respiratory system (f) Tissues and muscles systems. 5. Development of motor abilities (i) Types of motor abilities (ii) importance and
characteristics of motor abilities in childhood (iii) Development of motor skills,
Types of motor skills (iv) Delayed motor development.
UNIT-4 6.
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7. social developments stages - (a) during infancy, (b) nursery school period (c)
elementory school period (d) Factor affecting social development.
8. UNIT-5 9.
Development of intelligence - Types according to throndyke, theories regarding intellegence. Play meaning of play, work and play, theories of play, characteristics of children's
play, types of play, factors effecting play and importance of play.
10. Habits : 1. Definition. 2. Functions performed by habits. 3. Habits and learning 4. Laws of habit formation-identical to laws of learning. 5. Habit formation. (a) Principles of habit formation. (b) Rules for habit formation. 11. Children delinquency-Types causes and remedial measures.
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PAPER - I MONEY, BANKING TRADE & foreign exchange M.M. : 75 (Paper Code-0269) Difination of Money : Functions, impoertance & types Value of money, quantity theory. Cast transactions approach case balance approach & income approach.
UNIT-II Inflation : Cost push demand pull-effects of inflation and methods of control, deflation
measures against deflation monetary standards gold and paper standards.
UNIT-III Banking types and their function : Credit creation & methods of control nationalisation
of commercial books - R.B.I. and its functions financing.
UNIT-IV International and inter regional trade theory of comparative costs general equalibrium theory. Terms of trade, free trade versus protection. Dumping balance of trade and balance of payments.
UNIT-V Foreign exchange : Meaning, rate of exchange, its determination mint per theory, purchasing power parity theory Balance of payment theory Exchage control objects and methods of IMI.
1. K.P.M. Sundram
: Money, Banking & International Trade.
2. K.R. Gupta
: International Economics.
3. Charies. P. 4. gfj"kpanz "kekZ
: International Economics. % Eqknzk ,oa cSfdax
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M.M. : 75
(Paper Code-0270)
UNIT-I Principles of auditing :
Origin of Audit, the nature & definition of audit objects of audit, various class of audits
and their advantages, audit under statute. The accounts of private firms, the audit of the
accounts of private individuals the audit of the trust accounts.
UNIT-II Audit procedure and conduct of an audit : Internal audit the qualities required of an auditor. Continuous and final or completed audit, consideration of the commencement of a new audit, audit note book methods of work.
UNIT-III The audit of cash transactions :
Audit of bank transections : Audit of petty of cash book : Audit of trading transctions. Internal check as regards cash, vouching, Internal check as regards wages. Audit of trading transaction : Purchases Purchases returns,. sales, sales returns, sales ledger.
Fundamental of cost accountancy. Definition, Advantages, disadvantage and functions. Methods of cost accounting Unit costing. departmental costing. process costing. contract costing.; Elementary know ledger of Break even Analysis. Income : tax on salary and capital gains, tax deduction at source, Rates of income tax
and surcharge on income tax. Deduction in respect of C.P.F., L.I.C. premiums and
commulative time deposits short term capital gains and long term capital gains deduction in respect of capital gains.
1. Agrawal & Khanuja : 2. Grewal & Shukla :
Cost Accounting Advanced Accounts
3. Dr. R. R. Gupta
4. D. N. Agarwal
5. Bhagwati Prasad
6. Choudhary & Patel :
7. Dr. B. K. Agarwal :
8. Dr. S. M. Shukla :
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B.A. Part-3
(Paper Code-0271)
.I Oral Communication (1) Interview (3) Meetings (5) Group Discussion
(2) Dictation (4) Seminars and Conference (6) Audio Visual Aids
I. Writing Skill
(1) Business Corrsepondance. (2) Agenda and Minutes.
(3) Advertising.
(4) Reports
III. Broadcasting.
(1) Fundamentals, of Broadcasting
(2) Radio as a medium of Broadcasting.
(3) T.V. as a medium of Broadcasting.
(4) Current affairs of general Knowledge.
M.M. 50
(Paper Code-0272)
Section A
(1) Constituent-
Students will be requised to devide each Sentence into its Constituent and label
eachA,V,C,O, or E.
(2) Use of dynamic and stative verb :-
(3) Use of Adjective and Adverb :-
(4) use of Prepositions :-
(5) Question Tag :-
(6) Nodal verb :-
(7) Introducting word `it' There `
(8) Use of Sentence in the Passive.
Section - B
(1) Use of Redio and its Sentance.
(2) Use & Function of T.V.
(3) Importance of Non Communication.
(4) Importance of News papers in the modern context.
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B.A. Part-3
50 Marks
(Paper Code-0273)
Risk and Insurance; Insurable andnon-Insurable; Nature of Property and liability
insurance, crop and cattle insurance, types of liability insurance reinsurance.
UNIT-II Basic concepts of Liability Insurance (a) Basic concepts :- Specific and all risk insurance; valuation of risk; Indemnity contracts and specific value contracts; Average and contribution; Excess and short insurance careers.
(b) Liability Insurance:- Procedure for obtaining liability insurance. Legal position of insurance agent; construction and issue of policy; Records of liability insurance; policy conditions.
UNIT-III Types of liability Insurance policyMandatory public Liability Insurance.
Dwelling Property losses; Business interruption and related losses, Theft Insurance
contracts, Budgetory covers,m Auto Insurance,Medical Benefit Insurance; Dishon-esty,
disappearance and destruction insurance; Employer's Liability; Aviation Insurance
Personal and residential Insurance; Boiler Machinery insurance; commerical enterprises
and industrial property insurance.
UNIT-IV Insurance Problems of Institutions Insurance Problems of educational and religious institutions hospitals, clubs and assoriation; Professional package contracts; Errors and omissions insurance; professional liability insurance; Accountants liability insurance; Limits on amount of insurance Marketing and underwriting of liability insurance; Finance of liability insurance.
UNIT-V Adjustment of Losses and claims compensation:-
Nature of Losses and their adjustment: Procedure of adjustment Functions of adjuster's; Responsibilities of adjuster's; survey of losses; Procedure for preparing claims statements; Documents in use in claim settlements. Requirement of the insured in the event of loss. Apportionment and loss valuation; statutory control over liability insurance in India.
Liability policies by General Insurance Corporation of India.
B.A. Part-3
UNIT - I Introduction Superannuation Schemes I Superannuation Schemes II
SCHEMES 50 Marks
UNIT-II Superannuation Schemes III Gratuity Schemes UNIT-III Group Life Insurance Schemes I Group Life Insurance Schemes II UNIT-IV Provident Fund & Employees Family, Pension and Deposit linked insurance Schemes.
Taxation Treatment of provisions for retirement Benefits-I
Taxation Treatment of Provisions for Retirement Benefits II Group Schemes and Data Processing.
B.A. Part-3
Bangal School Modern Age
(Bangal School to Modern age) - Abanendra Nath Tagor Rabindra Nath Tagor Gaganendra Nath Tagor Nandalal Bose - Raja Ravi Varma Amrita Sher Gil Yamini Ray
Progresive Art Souza
Group -
M.F. Husain S.H. Raza
N.S. Bendra K.K. Hebber
List of Book Recomended for theory :
Bharatiya Chitrakala Ke Itihas - Shym Bihari Agrawal
Kala Vilas - R.A. Agrawal
50 Marks
PRACTICAL There will be two practical paper. Evalution will be made by the external and the internal examiners togather, and sessional marking is made by the class teacher. The time of each paper is four hour's and there will be a half hour's recess in between.
PAPER - I Copy from Indian meniature painting Scheme of examination
Total Mark - 50 Examination - 40
Time - 4 Hours
Sessional - 10
Paper - 1/4 Imp size
Medium - Water colour or poter colour
Sessional mark - 10
Minimum class work to be submitted five painting size 1/4 Imp paper Copying
from the Indian miniature painting style Mugal. Pahadi, Rajsthani.
B.A. Part-3
PAPER - II CREATIVE COMPOSITION Scheme of examination Time Four hour's Size 1/2 Imp. paper Medium - Water, Oil, acrylic or any Sessional mark - 10 Minimum Class work to be submitted Five painting size 1/2 Imp. Student will be experimented ith any media and form. Above syllabus based on the syllabus of following Universities. 1. Vikram University, Ujjain 2. Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur. 3. Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya, Khairagarh.
Total Mark - 50 Examination - 40 Sessional - 10
B.A. Part-3
Aim : The objective of this paper is to acquaint the students about the multidimensional problems of war and peace.
Note : Question will be set from each unit, there will be only internal choice.
1. Organs and its role. 3. Role of U.N.O. in world peace.
2. Main specialized agencies of U.N.O. 4. Peace keeping forces of the U.N.O.
5. Veto power and Security Council.
1. Sattlement of International Disputes. 2. Diplomatic agents and Consuls.
3. War Crimes.
4. Neutrality.
5. Intervention.
Unit-III HUMANITARIAN LAW 1. Basic concepts and development of Humanitarian law.
2. UN General Assembly declaration of human rights on Dec. 10, 1948.
3. Protection of Victims and defenceless in armed conflict, POWs, wounded and civilians in Armed Forces.
4. Central Human Right Commission : Organisation and Function.
5. State Human Right Commission : Organisation and Function.
1. Meaning, Concept and causes of Refugee.
2. Refugee and IDPs.
3. Refugee law in India.
4. Refugee Problem in South Asia.
5. Role of International Committee of Red Cross and UNO in Refugee Problems.
1. Law of Land war. 3. Law of Air war.
2. Law of Sea war. 4. Space law.
5. The International Court of Justice.
1. Maunce clark, J:Readings in the Economics of War.
2. International Security 3. Rajani Kothari 4. Openhem, I
: Modern political Science series. : Word order. : Use of Forces by states and international law.
AIM : Note :
PAPER - II MODERN WARFARE (Paper Code-0278) To enable students to appreciate the impact of Political, economic and technological developments on the patterns of conflicts between nations. Question will be set from each unit, there will be only internal choice.
UNIT-I 1. Development of Nuclear weapons.
2. Effects of Nuclear Explosion.
3. Spread of Nuclear Weapons.
4. Missile and their characteristics.
5. Type of Missiles.
UNIT-II 1. Trends in science and technology and their impact on war. 2. Role of Research and Development.
3. Development of Weapons and their impat on tactics 4. Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence (C3 I) in Modern Warfare. 5. Elements of National Power.
UNIT-III 1. Military Satellites.
2. Explosive Bombs.
3. War Gases.
4. Micro Organs : as a weapons.
5. Smart Weapons.
UNIT-IV 1. Rocket Technology and India.
2. Missile Technology and India.
3. Nuclear Technology and India.
4. Atomic Minerals and India.
5. Space Technology and India.
UNIT-V 1. New word order - Political, Social and Economical.
2. Alliance and Regional co-operation.
3. Mobilisation of resources for war.
War time economics.
5. New trends.
1. Halailan Morton
Coutemporary Military strategy
2. Brodue, Y.
Strategy in the Missile Age.
3. Markabi, Y.
Nuclear war and Nuclear peace
4. Osanka. F.M.
Modern Guerilla warfare
5. Gerald. J.
Defence Psychology
6. Know Kalus
Science and Defence
7. Pandey Girish Kant
Yudh mein Vigyan avem Tackniki
PRACTICALS There shall be practical examination of 3.5 hours duration carrying. The division of marks shall be as follows : (1) Plain Table Survey (2) Experimental Military Psychology (3) Group Descussion & Lectring (4) Viva-Voce (5) Sessional work & Record SECTION - A Plain Table Survey by inter section methods. (Ateast ten exercises in a session).
50 marks : 15 Marks. : 15 Marks. : 05 Marks. : 05 Marks. : 10 Marks.
SECTION - B Military psychology Experiment : (1) Muller-Layer-IIlusion test. (2) Koh's Block Design Test. (3) Allexander Pass Along Test. SECTION - C Group Discussion and Lectures based on current topic on any international Problems as issue. B.A.-Part-III
EDUCATION PAPER - I EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND Educational technology (Paper Code-0255) COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To develop knowledge and understanding of the meaning, scope process and types of management. 2. To develop the ability to identify the roles of participating members (individual or collective) and to plan various institutionalized managerial activities. 3. To develop the ability of making objective decisions in educational management. 4. To enable the students to understand about the concept, nature and acope of educational technology. 5. To expose the students to the basic developments in Educational Technology.
COURSE CONTENTS UNIT-I - Concept of Educational Management : Meaning, nature, need and scope.
- Types of Educational Management : Centralized and decentralized, external and internal. Authoritarian / autocratic and democratic, dynamic / creative and Laissez-faire.
- Managerial Behaviour : Factors affecting managerial behaviours; personal, social, cultural, political, institutional etc.
- Aspects of institutional management : Curricular and co-curricular
programmes; student welfare auxiliary services including school health
services; school plant including equipment and assets; sanitation and
beautification; institutional planning; time table; interpersonal relationship;
institutional climate and discipline;
hostel and staff accommodation; management of finance; home, school and community relationships; evaluation of students achievement and promotion; admission, office management etc. UNIT-III - Educational planning : Meaning, need and significance of educational planning; types of educational planning, strategies in educational planning; steps in educational planning.
UNIT-IV - Communication Process : theory, concept, nature, process, components, types
of classroom communication, mass media approach in educational
UNIT-V - System Approach to Instruction : System approach in instructional process, instructional system designing : concept, components, physical and human resources, steps.
- Innovations in Educational Technology : Programmed learning, micro and macro teaching, team teaching.
Personalized system of instruction, computer assisted instruction, simulated teaching distance teaching.
1. Educational Technology. R.A. Dhaowa, Lall Book Depot, Mearut. 2. "kS{kf.kd rduhdh vkj- ,- oekZ] yky cqd fMiks esjBA
PAPER - II PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATIONAL (Paper Code-0256) UNIT-I - Naturatism - Progmation UNIT-II - Realism - Ideatims UNIT-III - Dayanand - Gandhi - Tagore UNIT-IV - Aurbindo - Vivekanand - Azkir Hussan UNIT-V - Montesson - Froebel - Festalloggi. ------------------- B.A.-Part-III

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