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



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Unit-II


  1. House plans- Signs used for reading house plans

  2. Space planning for: different income groups and for different rooms, passages and staircases keeping into account the following:

  • Orientation

  • Activity

  • Privacy

  • Spaciousness

  • Aesthetics

  • Economy

  • Light

  • Ventilation

  • Flexibility.

C International and national agencies – FAO, WHO, UNICEF,UNESCO, ICMR, NIN, ICAR, CSIR, CFTRI, (aim, objective and beneficiaries in brief)



Lab –I


  1. Preparation of house plans for different income groups (one each)

  2. Layout of furniture and furnishing costs for different rooms/areas.

  3. Alpana and rangoli.

  4. Creating various art pieces/accessories using various types of materials and techniques like paper cutting, collage, candle making, , paper mashie, macramé, poster making , fabric painting,

  5. Development & Design, colour wheel planning colour scheme for different room

  6. Table setting and napkin folding

  7. Ornamental plants, potted plants and following layout of lawn and kitchen garden.


Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

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

Semester - VI

w.e.f. 2010-11




Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Internal




1.

311

Dietetics-II

Lab


3 hrs.

45

50


5

-


50

50





2

312

Traditional Textiles, Embroideries and consumerism
Lab

3 Hrs.

45

50


5

-


50

50





3

313

Adult hood Guidance and Counselling


Lab

3 Hrs.



45

50


5

-


50

50





4

314

Interior Decoration
Lab

3 Hrs


45

50


5

-


50

50





5

315

Entrepreneurial Techniques in Home Science (optional)
Lab



50


-

50























450










Computer Applications*


















* As per university rules

`B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester - VI

Dietetics -II



Course No. : 311 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
Causes , symptoms, dietary modifications, prevention and nutritional management in following :

  • Diabetes Mellitus- IDDM, NIDDM




  • Hypertension

  • Heart Diseases – Coronary Heart Disease, Ischaemic Heart Disease

Unit-II



  • Dietary management and diagnosis of cancer

Causes, symptoms and dietary modification in following:


  • Acute and Chronic renal failure

  • Nephritis

  • Kidney stones



Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs
Planning, calculation and preparation of the diets as mentioned in theory.


B Sc III (Home Science)


SEMESTER – VI

TRADITIONAL TEXTILES & EMBROIDERIES AND CONSUMERISM

Course No.- 312

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

Traditional textiles of India:



  • Patolas – Gujarat

  • Shawls and Carpets – Kashmir

  • Bandhini – Rajasthan

  • Kalamkari – Andhra Pradesh

  • Mulmul, jamdani,amroo,himroo, mushroom

  • Brocades of Banaras

Traditional Embroideries of India:



  • Kantha – Bengal

  • Phulkari – Punjab

  • Chikenkari/chikenwork, – UP

  • Chamba – Himachal

  • Embroidery – Gujrat

  • Kasida – Bihar

  • Kasuti

  • manipuri



UNIT – II

Consumer and textile market



  • What influences the consumption of textiles

  • How may labeling aid the consumer in intelligent selection of textiles/clothing

  • How do special finishes enhance the value of fabrics

Dry cleaning for care of clothing

How to select fabrics for the following:


  • Bed linens

  • Blankets

  • Table linens

  • Towels

  • Carpets and rugs

  • Draperies


Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

A. Preparation of samples of traditional embroideries:



  • Kantha – Bengal

  • Phulkari – Punjab

  • Chikenkari/chikenwork, – UP

  • Chamba – Himachal

  • Gujrat Embroidery

  • Kasida – Bihar

  • Kasuti

  • manipuri

B Preparation of two article using any of the above traditional embroidery method.

C Garment Construction – Pyjama, Bushirt with yoke and collar

Reference:


    1. Creative Embroidery designs, Ondorisha Publications

    2. Gurey. G.S. : Indian Costumes. The popular Book Dept. Mumbai

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

    4. Cockett,B.R(1964): Dyeing & Priting, London ,Sir Issac Pitman &sons Ltd.

    5. Grossicki,Watson’s (1975): Textile Design and colour, Butterworth & Company.

    6. Pandit Savitri and Patel Saroj (1970) : Tie and Dye Batik techniques for all , Baroda, Faculty of home science.

    7. Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi (1975): Handicrafts of India, New Delhi, Indian Council of Cultural Relations

    8. Dongerkery, S. (1951): The Romance of Indian Embroidery, Bombay, Thacker Co.

    9. Znamieroushi,N.(1967): Step by Step Weaving,New York, Western Publishing Co. Inc.

    10. Plath lona (1972):The Craf of Hand Weaving, New York Over publication Co. Ltd.

    11. Hess: Textile fibers

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B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester -VI
Adulthood Guidance and Counselling


Course No. : 313 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 . Young Adulthood

- Developmental Tasks

- Physical Development

- Social and vocational Development

-Mate selection and marital adjustment

-Parenthood

B. Middle Adulthood

- Developmental Tasks

- Physical Development

- Social and vocational Development

-Mid Life crisis

- Menopause in women

C . Late Adulthood

- Developmental Tasks

- Physical Development

- Retirement

- Grandparenthood

- Health and Disease

D. Old Age

- Physical changes and health problems

- Problems and Adjustments in old age

- Widowhood

- Death , Dying and bereavement


Unit II

A . Guidance and counseling: Concepts, need and principles of guidance and conselling.

B. Objectives of individual and group guidance. Identification, problems, strategies and

approaches.



  1. Methods and techniques in counseling children and parents.

  2. Skill and characteristics of effective counselor


Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

Adulthood Guidance & Counselling



  1. Visit to and report of old age centre/home

  2. Visit of counseling center

  3. Preparation any four useful creative material which is used during counseling

  4. Problems during menopause period, suggestions for coping with early menopause and managing menopause symptoms.



B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester - VI

Interior Decoration



Course No. : 314 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. Elements of art and principles of design, their application in the interior decoration of the house and objectives of interior decoration.

  2. Color- properties, classification, dimension, color schemes.

  3. Flower arrangements - types, principles and flower arrangements for different areas and occasions.

  4. Table setting- formal and informal


Unit-II
A Lighting-types and decorative lighting, lighting requirements for various activities and areas.

B Furniture –types, selection, arrangement and care of different types of furniture, cost estimation for different income groups and areas. Selection and arrangement of comfortable furniture used for work, rest, relaxation, and sleep.

C Furnishings- Wall and floor coverings and soft furnishings.
Lab

M.M : 50

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs


  1. Development of design, color wheel and planning color schemes for different rooms. Application of elements and principles of design in Interior decoration.

  2. Flower arrangement for different rooms and occasions.

  3. Creating various art pieces/accessories using various types of materials and techniques like pottery painting and decoration, , gift wrapping, greeting cards, decorative envelopes and shopping bags, accessories for fashion designing

  4. Use of waste materials for making utility and decorative articles.

  5. Preparation and decoration of different types of pouches and packing for various occasions and festivals..



B.Sc. III (Home Science)

Semester - VI
Entrepreneurial Techniques in Home Science (optional)
Course No 315

Duration of Exam: 3 hrs

M. Marks: 45+5 = 50
Instructions to the examiner: -The examiner will set three questions of 20 marks each. In addition, viva voce will be of 10 marks and class record will carry 30 marks. Class record would include practical notebook of 10 marks and articles prepared by the students would be of 20 marks. Photographs can be pasted only for perishable articles.

Instructions to the candidate: The candidate will attempt all the three questions.

NOTE: Under paper VI Course No. 316, there are four options. The student is to opt any one keeping in view the availability of resources with the consent of teachers of her college.

Option - I

FOOD PROCESSING


  1. Preparation of ready to serve beverages, jams, jellies, marmalades, murrabbas, pickles, chutneys, squashes, cordials, sauces, toffee; drying, dehydration of fruits and vegetables( any five)

B. Preparation of concentrates milk and tomato puree

C. Bakery - preparation of various bakery products e.g. cakes, biscuits, cookies,

demonstration of bread, bun and pizza base. (any three)

D Calculation of cost and cost control. as well as packaging and sale of the

prepared products.

E. Visit to bakery unit and fruits and vegetable preservation center/industry (2each)

References:


  1. Sultan,W.J.(1976): Practical baking manual –for students and instructors, AVI Publishing Co.INC,West Port, Connecticut.

  2. Matz,S.A(1989): Bakery Tecnology ,packanging nutrition,products development and Quality assurance, Elsevier Science Publisher Ltd.,New York,USA.

  3. Malik,R.K.and Dingra ,K.C.(1981): Technology of Bakery products ,Modern Bakery Industries. Small industry research institute, New Delhi ,India.

  4. Deshpande,V.(1984): Entrepreneurship of small scale food industries,Concept,Growth and management ,Deep and deep publication-D-1/24,Rajouri garden, New delhi.

  5. Meredith, G.G.,Nalson,Re ,et,al.(1982); Practice of entrepreneurship ILO Geneva.

  6. Rao,T.V.and Parekh,L.U.(1982): Developing Entrepreneurship,A handbook.Learning system.New delhi.

  7. Entrepreneurship Development, AHandbook for New Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India.

  8. Salunkhe, D.K.(1974) : Storage, processing and Nutritional Quality of fruit and vegetables , CRC press Ohio.

  9. Desrosier , N.W. and Des rosier J.N. (1977) : The technology of Food preservation, AVI Pub. Connecticut.

  10. Joslyn, M.A. and Heid, J.L.( 1964) : Food processing operations, their

management, machines, materials and methods, AVI Pub. Connecticut.

Option - II

HANDICRAFTS


  1. Preparation of one article with tie and dye.and dye of any one article.

  2. Carpet weaving – visit to one weaving units.

  3. Embroidery - ethnic and traditional motifs with different color schemes. Embroidery techniques suitable for different clothing as well as furnishing fabrics and preparation one article of embroidery..

  4. Printing -. Preparation of two articles using batik, stencil and other printing techniques.

  5. Knitting – knowledge of knitting abbreviations, and preparation of one fancy knitting article.

  6. Packaging and sale of at least two items.



References:

  1. Cockett,B.R (1964): Dyeing & Priting, London ,Sir Issac Pitman &sons Ltd.

  2. Grossicki,Watson’s (1975): Textile Design and colour, Butterworth & Company.

  3. Pandit Savitri and Patel Saroj (1970) Tie and Dye Batik techniques for all , Baroda, Faculty of home science.

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

  5. Shenai V.A (1977): Technology of dyeing, Technology of textile Books Sellers & Publication.

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

  7. Big Book of needles Craft, Odhams Publications.

  8. Creative Embroidery designs, Ondorisha Publications.

  9. Needle Craft by Reader’s Digest.

  10. Calico-Embroidery

  11. Znamieroushi,N.(1967): Step by Step Weaving,New York Western Publishing Co. Inc.

  12. Plath lona (1972):The Craf of Hand Weaving, New York Western publication Co. Ltd.

  13. Murray Rosemary (1981): The Essential Handbook of Weaving,London Bell and Hyman Ltd.To Motivate the series MacMillan Text for the Industrial, Vocational and Technical Education Textiles-By Andea Wynne 1997,Ist Publication Mac Millan Education Ltd.,London& Basingstoke.

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

Option - III


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