Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra Syllabus for the B. Sc. Home Science (Second Year) Semester III



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Syllabus for the B.Sc. Home Science (Second Year)

Semester - III

w.e.f. 2010-11



Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Internal




1.

201

Nutrition in Life Cycle

Lab


3 hrs.

45


5


50





2

202

Introduction to Clothing Construction
Lab

3 hrs

45


5


50





3.

203

Family Dynamics



3 Hrs.

45


5


50





4

204

House Hold Equipments & Consumer Protection
Lab

3 Hrs.



45



5



50






5

205

Community Development & Extension Education-I

3 Hrs.

45


5


50























250










Environment Science*






















Computer Applications*















Note: * The student will study this course alongwith BSc students of Medical and Non Medical students as per the University rules.

**The Practical examination will be held in IV semester
B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - III

Nutrition in Life Cycle.



Course No. : 201 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50


Instructions for the Examiner : The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four question from each section/unit and one compulsory objective type question.

Instructions for the Candidate : The candidate will attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit as well as compulsory question.
Unit –I



  1. Basic principles of meal planning and factors affecting meal planning.




  1. Nutrition in infancy, advantages of breast feeding over artificial feeding with reference to nutritional and anti bacterial qualities of human milk only. Formula feeding, Weaning, Supplementary feeding.




  1. Nutrition for preschoolers, school going children and adolescents – requirement for different food groups and nutrients; problems; considerations for planning the diet.


Unit-II

  1. Nutrition for adults: Definition of Reference adult man and woman, requirement for different food groups and nutrients; consideration for planning the diet,

for sedentary, moderate and heavy male and female worker



  1. Pregnancy and lactation : Physiological changes, problems, requirement for foods and nutrients, and consideration for planning the diet

F Nutrition during old age: Physiological changes, problems, requirement for foods and nutrients, and consideration for planning the diet


LAB-

Foods and Nutrition

Planning, calculation and preparation of diets for various age groups and conditions as mentioned in theory.

B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - III

INTRODUCTION TO CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION



Course No.- 202 Duration of exam: 3 hrs M.M: 45 +5 = 50
Instructions for the examiner: The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four questions from each unit and one compulsory short type question,

Instructions for the candidates: The candidates will attempt five questions in all, selecting two questions from each unit and one compulsory question.
UNIT-I

        • Basic Terminology used for clothing e.g. Fiber, Yarn etc.

  • Equipments and supplies used in clothing construction, their maintenance, problems faced with specific reference to sewing machine.

  • Parts of sewing machine and their functioning

  • (a) Defects in sewing machine and how to overcome them.

  • (b) Care of sewing machine.

.

UNIT-II


  • Meaning and importance of clothing

  • General principles of clothing construction

  • Methods of developing design :-

      1. Drafting - tools required, advantages, and disadvantages of drafting

      2. Paper pattern – terminology, advantages and disadvantages of paper pattern.

  • Calculating material for different garments

  • Preparation of fabric for garment making, laying out of patterns, cutting &

Marking
Lab-


  • Parts of sewing machine and its care

  • Use and care of equipments and their supplies used in clothing construction

  • Taking body measurements for different types of garments and care to be taken while taking body measurement

  • Drafting of basic child’s bodice block, sleeve block, jangia block.

  • Cutting and stitching of simple garments- Napkin, Jhabla, Bib, Jangia

References:




    1. Tanous, Helen Nicol: Designing Dress Patterns, Illinois, Chas A. Bennettco

    2. Bane, A./ (1974): Tailoring, Mc graw Hill

    3. Bray Nathalie (1978): Dress Pattern Designing, London, Crossby Lockwood and Staples

    4. Goldsworthy, M. (1980); Simple dressmaking, London, Mills and Boon Ltd.

    5. Goldsworth, M. (1980): Sample Dressmaking, Mills and boon Ltd.

    6. Tate and Grissom: Family clothing

    7. Sushma Gupta, Neeru Garg and Renu SainiTest book of clothing and textiles and laundry – Kalyani Pub.


B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester -III
Family Dynamics

Course No. : 203

Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50


Instructions for the Examiner : The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four question from each section/unit and one compulsory objective type question.

Instructions for the Candidate : The candidate will attempt five questions in all, selecting two questions from each unit as well as compulsory question.
Unit-I

  1. i)Family : meaning, types, functions, stages ii) Role of family in community

  2. Marriage : Meaning, definition, functions and criteria for mate selection

  3. The changing face of the Indian family, moving from joint to nuclear, single parenting as a consequence of temporary occupation related separation, legal separation, divorce, death and working women.

D. Influence of national level decisions in human development

  • Child and women’s right

  • New economic policy, liberalization

  • Media boom

E Specific needs for intervention in the Indian context; reaching out to lower economic groups for community help and caring of aged .
Unit-II
F Family planning-methods, importance and factors affecting it: The effect of industrialization, urbanization, employment of women and socio economic status. Family planning programmes in India.

G. Demography and population dynamics in developed and developing countries, Indian

population policy



H. Population education - Role of national, international and non governmental agencies.

Population statistics with special reference to children and women infant mortality and

morbidity.

I. Reproductive and child health programmes. Reproductive rights of women.



References:


  1. Augustine, J.N.(Ed.) (1982): The Family in Transition ,New Delhi: Vikas publishing House.

  2. Coleman,J.C.(1986): Intimate Relationships, Marriage and the Family, Chicago: Macmillan publishing Co.

  3. Coser,Rose (1975): The Family: its Structure and Functions,New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

  4. Guppy. G. R. (1976): Family and social Change in Modern India, New Delhi: Vikas Publishing Co.

  5. Gore,M.S.(1968): Urbanization and family Change IN India Bombay: popular prakashan.

  6. Hutter,Mark (1981): The Changing family :comparative, new York: john Wiley& sons.

  7. Srinivasan,K.and Mukerji,S.(Eds) (1987): Dynamics of Population and family Welfare ,Bombay: Himalayas publishing House .

  8. Tiss(1994): Enhancing the Role of the Family as an Agency for Social and Economic Development,Bombay:TISS.

  9. Augustine,J.S.(Ed)(1982): The Indian Family in Transition,NewDelhi:Vikas publishing house,

  10. Chauhan,S.S (1993): Psychology of Adolescence New Delhi:Allied publishers.

  11. chowdhary,Paul D (1988): Youth Participation and development,New Delhi,Atmaram and sons .

  12. Devadas T.S. (1979): Hindu Family and Marriage, Madras: University of Bombay.

  13. M Desai,K.G.(Ed) (1989): ageing in India ,Bombay:tata Institute of Social Science .

  14. Desai, N.and krishanraj,M.(1987): Women and Society in India ,Delhi: Ajanta publications,

  15. ehta,P. (1977): The Indian Youth ,Emerging Problem and issues, Bombay: Somalia Publications

  16. NIPCCD (1994): Child in India: A Statistical Profile, New Delhi: NIPCCD

  17. Randhawa, M.S. (1991): The Rural and Urban Aged, New Delhi: National Book Organization,

  18. Saraswathi, S. (1991): Youth in India, New Delhi: ICSSR, Govt. of India

  19. Sati, P.N. (1988): Retired and Ageing People, Delhi: Mittal publishers,

  20. Sinha, J.M.P. (1989): Problems of Ageing, New Delhi: Classical Publishing Company.

  21. TISS (1991): Research in Families with Problems in India, Volume I and II. Bombay: TISS.

  22. TISS (1994): Enhancing the Role of Family as Agency for Social and Economic Development, Bombay: TISS.

  23. UNICEF (1945): children and women in India: A Situation Analysis

  24. Veeraraghavan, V. (1987): Rape: Victims of Rape, New Delhi: Northern Book Centre.

B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - III

House Hold Equipment & Consumer Protection



Course No. : 204 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50


Instructions for the Examiner : The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four question from each section/unit and one compulsory objective type question.

Instructions for the Candidate : The candidate will attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit as well as compulsory question.
Unit - I


  1. Difference between equipments and tools. Factors affecting requirement of house hold equipments

  2. Equipments’ design and their effect on work and body postures

A. Use, care, and storage of household equipments

  • Kitchen tools and equipments

  • Hand operated and electrical equipments

  • Equipments for personal care and recreation

  1. Equipments related to cleaning, washing

Unit-II


D Consumer- Definition, rights, responsibilities and problems

E Consumer Protection – Laws, standards and agencies .

F. Buying and paying for goods and services


  • Cash buying, Credit buying and Approval buying

  • Contracts and Installment sales contract

  • Guarantees

  • Warrantees

  • Legal Problems



Lab

  1. List of equipment and tools as mentioned in unit -I

  2. Use, care and maintenance of tools and equipment as mentioned in unit -I

  3. Survey to know different brands, comparison of cost, guarantee and after sale service as mentioned in unit -I

B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - III

Community Development and Extension Education -I
Course No 205

Duration of Exam : 3hrs.

MM: 45 + 5 =50

Instructions for the examiner : The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four questions from each unit and one compulsory objective type question.

Instructions for the candidate: The candidates will attempt five questions in all, selecting two questions from each unit as well as compulsory question.


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