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Unit-I





  1. Social structure and systems:

  • Meaning and elements of organization and social structure

  • Social system – its characteristics and relation with social structure

  • Types of society

  1. Analysis of family as a social unit

Family – its meaning, characteristics, types on the basis of size, marriage, authority and nature of relation.

  1. Communication- meaning, importance, functions and factors influencing effective communication, key elements in the communication process.

  2. .


Unit-II

A Poverty analysis ; Definition, effects of poverty, measurement, causes of poverty, programmes for poverty alleviation

B Planning, controlling and evaluation of development programmes for women and children – DWACRA, TRYSEM, ICDS, ANP, SNP, midday meal programme ( aim, objective and beneficiaries in brief)

C National agencies – NREGA, DRDA, PMRY


References :


  1. Duran,J.(1978): Communication for rural Development ,London ,U.K,,British Council.

  2. Kuppuswani,B.(1989): Communication and Social Development in India,Bombay,Media Promoters and publisher Private Ltd.

  3. Dahama,O.P. and Bhatnager,O.P.(1988): Education and Communication for Development,NewDelhi,Oxford and IBH publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd.

  4. Malaviya,seema (1991): Communication for Rural Women, New Delhi,Monak Publications Pvt Ltd.

  5. Saunders,Denys (1979): Visual Communications Handbook,U.K,Lutterworth.

  6. UNICEF (1975): Communication with Pictures,monograph,Nepal,UNICEF.

  7. Mcpherson,A.and Timms,H.(1988): The Audio –Visual Handbook,London,U.K.,Pelham Books.

  8. Peace Corps (1982): Audio-Visual communications Teaching-Aids-Resoures Pack,USA,Peace Corps Information,Collection and Exchange.

  9. Research and reference Division (1984): Ministry of Information and Boardcasting. Mass Media in India, Govt. of India,Publication Division.

  10. Srinivasan,Lyra (1945):Tool for Communication Participation – A Manual for Training Trainers In Participatory Techniques,New York, PROWWESS/UNDP Technical Series Pack Inc.

  11. Reddy,A.(1987): Extension Education,Baptla,Sree Lakshmi Press.

  12. Rogers,Alan (1989): Teaching Methods in Extension Education for development, Westwood Row,Tilehurst,READING RG 31,5LT,England,Woodmans.

  13. Upadhyaya,H.C.(1991): Modernization and Rural Development, New Delhi,Anmol Publication.

  14. Desai, Vasanth,(1988): Rural Development programme and Strategies- Volumes I to VI,Bombaay ,Himalaya Publication House.

  15. Kelbagh,Chetna,(1991): Women and Development,New Delhi,Discovery publishing House.

  16. Mohsion Nadeen, (1985): Rural Development through Government Programmes,New Delhi,Mittal Publications.

  17. Ghosh Bahanisikha,(1945): The Indian Population Problem,Madras,Sage publication.


Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

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

Semester - IV

w.e.f. 2010-11


Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Internal




1.

211

Applied & Community Nutrition
Lab

3 hrs.

3 hrs


45

50


5

-


50

50





2

212

Apparel Designing & Selection
Lab

3 hrs.

3 hrs


45

50


5

-


50

50





3

213

Childhood and Adolescent Development.

Lab


3 Hrs.

3 hrs


45

50


5

-


50

50





4

214

Family Resource Management


3 Hrs.



45



5



50





5

215

Community Development Extension Education-II
Lab

3 hrs

3 hrs

50

-


50

50





6

216

Introductory Physics

Lab


3 hrs

3 hrs


45

50


5

50

50























550










Computer Applications*


















* As per university rules
B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester - IV

Applied & Community Nutrition



Course No. : 211 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

A Assessment of nutritional status of community



  • Dietary

  • Anthropometrics

B. Major nutritional problems in India, their causes, symptoms and prevention.

  1. PEM

  2. Anemia

  3. Vitamin .A

C Microorganisms; types and beneficial and harmful effects on food

Unit-II
D. Food spoilage- causes, general principles of food storage.
E Food Preservation- importance for community, principles and methods (drying, dehydration, radiation, canning, preservation by using low and high temperature, salt and sugar and pickling).

F Food adulteration; definition, common adulterants in cereals, pulses, milk, ghee and species and their identification

.

Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

Assessment of nutritional status of one family by using dietary and anthropometric methods

Preparation of any 10 preserved products

Preparation of 5 low cost nutritious recipes by using germination, supplementation and fermentation.



B Sc II(Home Science )


SEMESTER – IV

APPAREL DESIGNING & SELECTION

Paper- 212



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 objective type question,

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

  • Definition, comparison of the following: -Home made / tailor made / ready made garments

  • Meaning and importance of clothing

  • Factors affecting selection of clothing for different age groups

  • Clothing requirements in different age groups and different physiological conditions.

  • Care of clothing

(a) Mending (b) Renovation (c) Storage

UNIT-II

Aesthetics in Dress: -



  • Design -Principles, balance, harmony, rhythm, proportion and emphasis.

  • Elements –Color, its dimensions, harmony and effect, its use in relation to

season, occasion, size, figure and complexion.

  • Texture analysis and its use in relation to size, figure, occasion, season

  • Line and shape analysis and its appropriate use.

References:




    1. Tate and Grissom: Family clothing

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

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

    4. Teery Brackenbury: Knitted Clothing Teachnology,Blackwell Science Ltd.,London.

    5. Gupta Sushma (2005) Text Book of Clothing Textiles and Laundry, Kalyani Publishers New Delhi.

    6. Sushma Gupta, Neeru Garg and Renu Saini: Text book of Clothing, Taxtile & Laundry, Kalyani Pub.

Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs
A Drafting of sleeves and collars

  • Sleeves: Puff, umbrella raglan, Magyar, leg-o- mutton, ruffle, dolmen, kimono.

  • Collars: baby, shawl, sailors, and Chinese band Flat peter pan, raised peter pan, cape.

B Construction of Children Garments (with drafting and layouts):-

(a) Frock ( any one) – A line/ gathered/ party

(b) Night suit

C – Drafting Cutting and stitching of Blouse and Petticoat,

D - Darning – hole, edge and tear

Patching


Quilting

B.Sc. II (Home Science

Semester -IV
Childhood and Adolescent Development

Course No. : 213 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

A. Physical and Motor Development:

  • Physical and motor development in preschool age, childhood and adolscences it continues through infancy, end of infancy, preschool, childhood, adolescent

  • Puberty growth spurt (including primary and secondary sexual characteristics ).

  • Motor development: reflexes in infancy, major milestones through end of infancy, preschool years, middle and late childhood.


B. Basic emotional reactions: (joy, fear, jealousy, anger, sadness, aggression). Milestones of emotional development through infancy to adolescence.
C. Cognitive development across the life span: a brief introduction to Piaget’s theory (introduce stages without much elaboration: sensory-motor stage, preoperational, concrete operational and formal operations).
D. Moral development : Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral development

Unit-II
E. Language Development: Language as form of communication, pre speech forms of communication ,early vocalization, beginning to use language, one or two word utterances, early sentences, and telegraphic speech.

F. Play – Meaning , Importance/ Value & types (indoor and out door) and

theories of play



G. Common behaviour problems and their remedies:- bed wetting , thumb

sucking , nail biting , temper tantrums



H. Socialization: Meaning of socialization, functions of the family and

community in the socialization of the child.




Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

1. Observing children in various settings (a) Home setting (b) Preschool setting (c) Out of Home



  1. Recording all round development of children below 12 years (physical, motor, social, emotional, cognitive and language development) by using any five following tests / any other equivalent tests or anecdote :

  • General Mental Ability Test for Children.

  • The Parent Child Relationship Scale (PCRD).

  • Emotional Stability Test for Children (ESTC).

  • High School Personality Questionnaire (HSPQ).

  • Adjustment Inventory.

  • Reactions to Frustration Scale (RFS).

  • Children’s Approval Seeking Test (CAST).

  • Language Creativity Tests in English and Hindi (LCT).

3. Visit to a day care center for children to study their programmes and functions.

4 Demonstration of activities for new born babies



  • Changing the diaper

  • Baby bath

  • Baby massage

5 Preparation of baby bed sheet, diaper, mobile and two different types of toys for new born babies.

References:


1 Ambron. S.R. (1975): Child Development, Rinchart press San Francisco.

2 Sinha, D. (1981): Socialization of the Indian Child. New Delhi

3 Rao, P. and Rao, V.N. (1982): Marriage, the family and women in India, New Delhi: Vikas Publications.

4. Augustine, J.N. (Ed.) (1982): The family in transition, New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House

5. Lerner Hultsch (1983): Human Development: a life-span perspective, New York, Mc. Graw Hill Book Co.

6. Coleman, J.C. (1986): Intimate relationships, marriage and the family, Chicago, Macmillan publishing co.

7. Saraswathi, T.S. & Kaur, B. (1993): The development of children. New York: Scientific American books.

8. Cole, M.P. Cole, S. (1993): The development of children. New York: Scientific American books.

9. Gordon, I.J. (1975): Human Development New York: Harper & Row

5 Mussen, P., Conger, J.J. Kagan, J & Huston, A.C. (1945): Child Development and Personality, New York: Harper and Row

11. Srivastav, A.K. (1993): Child and adolescent Psychology: seminar readings New Delhi

12. Mangal SK (1988) General Psychology. Sterling Pub. Co New Delhi



B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - IV

Family Resource Management




Course No. : 214 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

Time Management

  • Time as a resource

  • Time demand during various stages of family life cycle

  • Characters to consider in making time and utility plan.

  • Steps in making daily and weekly time plan

  • Control of time plan

  • Evaluation of time plan

Energy Management

  • Relation of energy to the stages of the family life cycle

  • Household tasks classified by energy costs

  • Types of efforts

  • Types of fatigue and the various ways to overcome fatigue

  • Management of energy (Planning, Controlling and Evaluating)

  • Work simplification

  • Techniques of work simplification


Unit –II

Money Management

  • Money as a resource

  • Sources of money – wages, salaries, rent, profits, interests, transfer of payment

  • Regular and irregular income

  • Types of expenditure and factors affecting family expenditure

  • Budget – definition and types

  • Savings and investments – meaning, objectives and types.



    1. Marketing – definition and concept.

    2. Factors affecting consumer decision in the market, good buy man ship.

References:


  1. Consumer Education Series (1992): Safety in House hold Electrical Appliances, CERC Ahmedabad, .

  2. Sarkar, A. (1989): Problems of consumers in Modern India, Discovery Publishing House, Delhi

  3. Ghosh, A. (1992): The theory of consumer behaviour and welfare in classical paradigm, Bombay: Himalya Publishing House.

  4. Agarwal, V.K. (1989): consumer protection in India with special reference to unfair trade practices, New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publishers.

  5. Agarwal, Anju, D. (1989): A Practical handbook for Consumers, Bombay, India Book House

  6. Singh Gurbax (comp.) (1945): Law of consumer protection, Jaipur: Bharat Law Publishers

  7. The Consumer Protection Act 1986 (1987): Bhubaneshwar, Capital Law House.

8. Ruth E. Deacon, francie ;M. Firebaugh (1975): Family Resource Management Principle and application. Roy Houghton, Miffin Company

9. .Irma. H. Cross. Elizabeth Crandall, Maryoris M. Knall (1973): Management for

modern families, Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliff, New Jersey


5. Gordon/Lee (1977): Economics for consumers, 7th Edn., D’Van Nostrand

Company.

11. Gross. Crandall and Knoli (1980): Management for modern families, 3rd Edn.,

Prentice ;Hall Inc., New Delhi.

12. Nickell, P. and Dorsey, J. (1986): Management in family living, 4th Edn., Wiley

Eastern Ltd., New Delhi.

13. Kewal Krishan Dewey and Adarsh Chand (1981): Modern Economic Theory, 12th

Edn. Shyamlal Charitable Trust.



      1. Vidya Bhushan Sachdeva (1991): Introduction to Sociology, Kitab Mahal.


B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - IV

Community Development and Extension Education -II

Course No 215

Duration of Exam : 3hrs.

MM: 90 + 10 =100

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.

Unit-I

Community Development:

A. Definition, purpose and goals, process of development

B Community development programmes in India, its objectives and critical analysis

C Audio visual aids – definition, classification, importance, Use of projected and non projected aids (in brief)


Unit-II

Extension Education

A. Philosophy, principles, objectives, concepts and scope of extension education.

B. Qualities of a good extension worker

C. Home-Science- its meaning, history in India, role of Home Scientists in community development.

D Programme Planning – meaning, importance and steps.


Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

Field visit to get the field experience of family status ( with special reference to women living in village/urban slum area)

To see participation of the women in different activities i.e. household, agriculture etc. ( Urban and Rural one each)

Preparation of various visual aids (leaflet, folders, pamphlets, charts, posters, power point presentation etc) which can be used for educating in villages /urban slum areas ( Any three)

To plan the educational programmes for uplifting their standard and to educate them by using visual aids

References:

1. Desrochers, John (1980): Caste in India Today, Bangalore, India, Center for Social Action

2. Thingalaya, N.K. (1986): Rural India – Real India, Bombay, Himalaya Publishing House

3. Alvinyso (1990): Social Change and Development, Madras Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd.

4 Subramaniya, K.N. (1988): Economic Development and Planning in India. New Delhi, Deep and Deep publication

5. Desai, Vasant (1990): A Study of Rural Economics- Systems Approach, New Delhi, Himalaya Publishing House

6. Agarwal, A.N. (1994): Indian Economy, Problems of Development and Planning. Madras, Wiley Eastern Ltd.



B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - IV

Introductory Physics.



Paper VI

Course No. : 216 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

Introduction to properties of matter

(a) Properties of Solids: (a) Density, specific gravity, elasticity, hardness, malleability, ductility.

(b) Properties of liquids: Surface Tension, capillary action, Archimedes Principle, Specific gravity of liquids, fluid pressure, Pascal’s law and its applications (Hydraulic Lift)

(c) Properties of gases: Elasticity, compressibility, Atmospheric Pressure, Simple Barometer, Commercial Barometer.


Mechanics

(a) Units and Measurements: Concepts of measurements and units of length, mass and time in CGS, MKS and British systems and their interrelationship

(b) Simple machines: Lever (Definition & Types), Equipment working on the principle of lever (Pulley, Scissors, Egg Beater, Nut Cutter).

(c) Friction: Friction Advantages and disadvantages, concepts of ball bearing, sewing floor, scrubbing machines.

(d) Centripetal and centrifugal forces: spin dryer in washing machine.

Unit- II
Heat

(a) Introduction to heat: Unit of Heat, Sources and properties of heat, heat and temperature, heat transfer, humidity, relative humidity and dew point.

(b) Application of heat transfer: Household thermometers, pressure cooker, vacuum coffee maker.

(c) Refrigeration: structure of refrigerator and its working.

Sound

(a) Production and propagation of sound: Wave length, frequency, amplitude phase, velocity of sound in air, solids and liquids.

(b) Reflection of sound: Echo, reverberation, sound in auditorium.
Household Electricity (a) Elementary Knowledge of Electricity: Electric Current (AC & DC), Ohm’s Law, Resistance, Sources of electricity (AC Generator & DC Generator, Dry Cell, Thermocouples)

(b) Household electric wiring - Electric meter, household electric wiring and safety features (Fuse, MCB, Earthing).

• Light equipment in the home - incandescent lamp, fluorescent tube lighting, C. F. L,

• Concept of energy conservation.
Lab
M.M.: 50

Duration of exam 3 hrs

Section (A)


  1. To find out the volume of a given cylindrical body using vernier calipers.

  2. To find out the diameter of wire using screw gauge.

  3. To verify ohm's law

  4. To verify law of friction

  5. To repair the given heater, iron, cord and fuse

  6. Two way lighting circuits.

  7. To study variation of surface tension with various factors by capillary rise methods.

  8. To compare the insulating efficiency of various materials.


Section (B) Demonstration of the following equipments :( Any Eight)

Pressure Cookers, Refrigerator, Mixer, Washing Machine, water Heater, Doorbell, Eggbeater, Nut Cutter, scrubbing machines, incandescent lamp, fluorescent tube lighting, C. F. L


Section (C) Make any one Project

  1. Project on House hold wiring.

  2. Project on working of Kaleidoscope.

  3. Project on Calculation of electricity bill for an average household for a month.

  4. Project on the Use and Care of various household equipments.


References

  1. C.H.Brechner, Household Physics, Norwood Press, USA

  2. Peet, L.J. Picket, M.S. and Arnold M.G. (1960) : Household Equipment, John Wiley and Sons inc.

  3. Peet, L.J., Picket, M.S. (1975 and (1979) : Household Equipment, 7th and 8th Edn. John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York

  4. Fundamental Physics, Pradeep Publications.

  1. Gupta and Kumar, 1995, Practical Physics, Pragati Prakashan.


Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

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

Semester - V

w.e.f. 2010-11




Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Internal




1.

301

Dietetics -I
Lab

3 hrs.

45

5

50




2

302

Advance Apparel and Textile Designing
Lab

3 hrs

45

5

50




3.

303

Early childhood Education and children with special needs.
Lab

3 Hrs.

45

5

50




4

304

Housing


Lab


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 VI semester


B.Sc. II (Home Science)

Semester - V

Dietetics -I



Course No. : 301 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

A Diet therapy, principles of diet therapy, adaptation of normal diet to light, soft, full fluid, clear fluid and bland diet.


B Causes, symptoms and dietary modifications of the following:

C Dietary modifications in surgical conditions
Unit-II
Causes, symptoms and dietary modifications of the following

    • Weight imbalance – underweight, overweight, obesity

    • Liver disorders – Jaundice, Viral Hepatitis, Cirrhosis and Hepatic Coma.

    • Arthritis, Gout

    • Renal disorders – Acute & chronic renal failure, Nephritis & Kidney stones

Lab


Planning, calculation and preparation of the diets mentioned in theory.

B Sc III (Home Science)


SEMESTER – V

ADVANCE APPAREL & TEXTILES DESIGNING



Course No.- 302

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 objective type question,

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


  1. Fashion in dress

  • Definition

  • Sources of Fashion cycle

  • Factors favoring and retarding fashion




  1. Figure Analysis

  • Body proportions

  • Figure types

  • Selection of design in relation to figure types

C Fitting: Common fitting problems and remedies for fitting defects, reasons for poor fitting.
UNIT-II

A. Textiles Designing: - Meaning and importance


B. Designing techniques:

  • Dyeing: classification, household dyeing – process, classification and faults in dying. Resist dying ( tie & dye and Batik) – tools required and methods of producing different effects..

  • Printing: Hand printing and machine printing.

Lab-
A. Garment Construction

Women’s Garments


  • Lady’s suit (with salwar)

  • Churidar Pyajama

  • Nightie and Gown (any one)



B. Preparation of sample and one article each of

  • Tie and Dye ( samples of various tie and dye techniques also )

  • Block printing

  • Screen printing

  • Stencil Printing

  • Batik

Reference:




  1. Ireland Johan Patrick (1976): Drawing and designing Children’s and teenage fashions, London, B.T. Bradford Ltd

  2. Ireland John Patrick (1975); Basic Fashion Design, London B.T. Bradford Ltd.

  3. Ireland John Patric: Encyclopedia of Fashion details, London, B.T. Bradford Ltd.

  4. Patrick John Ireland: Fashion Design illustration, B.T. Batsfond, London

  5. Patrick John Ireland: Introduction to Fashion Design, B.T. Batsfond, London

  6. Stecker, Pamela: The Fashion design manual, Macmillan, South Yarra, 1996, VIII

  7. Doongaji, (1975): Basic Process and Clothing Construction, New Delhi, Raj Book

Dep.

  1. Lockword, Gillan (1970): Making Clothes for Young children, London Studio Vista.

  2. Pandit Savitri (1967): Manual for Children’s Clothing, Orient Longman Limited, Bombay.

  3. Shenai,V.A (1973) : Chemistry of Dyes and Principles of Dyeing, Ahmedabad, Textile Book Sellers & Publishers.

  4. Shenai V.A (1977): Technology of dyeing, Technology of textile processing, vol. 6 Bombay Sevak Pub.

  5. Story Joyce (1979): Manual of Dyes and Fabrics, London, Thames &Hudson Ltd.

  6. Roshan Alkaji: Costumes of India



B.Sc. II (Home Science

Semester -V

Early Childhood Education and Children with Special Needs


Course No. : 303 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. Importance, objectives and scope of Early Childhood Education

  2. Early childhood Education centers : Play centers, daycare, montessori ,

kindergarten, balwadi, anganwadi etc.



  1. Historical development of nursery school education ( Rousseau , Pestallozi , Froebel , Montessori,Gandhi, Tagore)




  1. Principles of Preschool Programme Planning




  1. Selection of Indoor and Outdoor Equipments


Unit_II

- Definition, Types/classification, Causes, Characteristics, Needs , Educational provisions and modification of environment , Attitude of parents, teachers and community for following –



  1. Gifted

  2. Mentally Retarded

  3. Orthopedically Handicapped

  4. Cerebral Palsy

  5. Visual Impairment

  6. Deaf

  7. Speech Disorders

-Welfare Programmes for children with special needs

- Counseling and therapy for children with special needs

Lab

M Marks: 50

Duration of exam 3 hrs

A Methods of child study and report writing on working of anganwadi, montessori, preschool, nursery, balwadi and role of parents (any three)



  • Visit to at least 3 nursery schools and submission of reports

  • Visit to a counseling center

  • Report writing based on survey of welfare agencies working for women and children

B Preparation of creative art activity file, chart, poster, storybook, poem book etc. for normal and special need children (one each)


C Preparation of baby record, albums and case study of preschool child.

Detection and screening of disability in childhood (any two)


D Case study of a child with special needs – meeting parents/guardians and teachers, assessment of counseling therapy given to child.
References:


  1. Blackie, Pamela (1972): Drama, London: Macmillan education.

  2. Contractor, M. (1984): Creative drama and puppetry in education, Delhi: National book trust of India.

  3. Garretson, R. (1966): Music in childhood education, New York: Meredith publishing company.

  4. Kaul, V. (1991): Early childhood education programme, New Delhi: NCERT

  5. Kaul, V., Bhatnagar, R. (1992) : Early childhood eduction A trainer’s handbook, New Delhi: NCERT

  6. Devries, R., Kohlberg. L (1987) Programs of early education New York: Longman.

  7. Lacper, S., Witherspoon, R., Day, B. (1984): Good Schools for young children, New York: MacMillan publishing company.

  8. Murlidharan, R., Asthana, S. (1991): Stimulation activities for young children, New Delhi

  9. Swaminathan, M. (1984): Play activities for young children, New Delhi: UNICEF

  10. .Bruke, E (1945): Literature for the young child, Needham Heights: Allyn and Bacon.

  11. Krishna Kumar (1986): The child’s language and the teacher, New Delhi: UNICEF

  12. Kurien, Z (1988): Helping children learn, Bombay: Orient Longman.

  13. Leeper. S. wiatherspoon, R. Day B. (1984): Good schools for young children, New York MacMillan

  14. Lloyd, I., Richardson, K. (1980): A mathematics activity for early childhood and special education. New York: McMillan publishing company

  15. Margelin, E. (1982): Teaching young children at school and home, New York: MacMillan

  16. Robinson, H. (1985): Exploring Teaching. London: Allyn and Bacon.

  17. Swaminathan. M. (1984): Play activities for young children, New Delhi: UNICEF

  18. See Felett: C. (1980): A curriculum for preschools, Columbus: charles E. Merrill Publishing company

  19. Berdine, W.H., Blackhurst, AE (1985): An introduction to special education (second ed.) Lexington, Harper Collins,

  20. Hallahan, D.P. & Kauffman, J.M. (1991): Introduction to exceptional children (fifth ed.) Boston, Allyn and Bacon,

  21. Loring J. & Burn, G. (eds) (1978): Integration of handicapped children in society, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul

  22. Narasimhan, M.C.& Mukherjee, A.K.(1986): Disability; a continuing challenge

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B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester - V

Housing



Course No. : 304 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. Housing needs of the family, owning versus renting.

  2. Selection of site, factors affecting selection and purchase of site.

  3. Selection of materials for construction of house.

  4. Arrangement of funds for housing-Finance Corporations, Cooperative housing societies, LIC, cooperative banks, loans from different agencies.
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