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



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UNIT –I




Concept of element, mixture and compound. Atomic and Molecular masses. Mole concept and Molar masses, Normality. Molarity and mass percentage. Simple numerical problems based on them.


Subatomic particles : Electrons, Protons and Neutrons, Atomic No., Atomic Weight, Bohr's model of an atom.

Modern Periodic Law and Periodic Table, Electronic configuration of elements (Na, Mg, C, N, O, F, C1, H). Periodic properties : Atomic size, Ionisation energy, Electron affinity and Electronegativity.

Chemical Bonding : Ionic, Covalent, Coordinate and H-bonding.

Concept of Acids, Bases & Salts, pH and pH Scale Numericals based on pH. Buffer solutions.


UNIT – II

Carbon and its Characteristic : Tetravalency, Catenation, Isomerism, Electronegativity, Tendency to form multiple bonds. Organic compounds, Classification of organic compounds, Functional groups, IUPAC Nomenclature of Aliphatic Compounds (alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes & ketones). Classification of carbon atoms in alkanes.

Soaps and synthetic detergents, advantages and disadvantages.

Synthetic Polymers : Structure and uses of the following polymers (PVC, Teflon, PAN, Nylon - 6, 6 Polyester).

Chemical Composition in Cosmetics : Creams, Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Deodorants, Lipsticks, Nailpolish, Shampoo & Hair dye.

Paints and Varnishes their composition and uses.


References :

1. Conceptual chemistry for class XI by S.K. Jain, R. Chand.

2. NCERT Chemistry for class XI & XII.

3. Pradeep's New Course Chemistry Class XI & XII by S.N. Dhawan, Kheterpal & P.N. Kapil.



Lab- III

Practical


  1. Preparation of solutions (Normal/Molar). Sodium hydroxide, Sodium Carbonate and Hydrochloric Acid.

  2. Preparation of Crystals of Copper Sulphate and Potash Alum.

  3. To determine the normality and strength of given Sodium Hydroxide Solution by volumetric titrations using phelolphthalein as an indicator.

  4. To determine the normality of the given HCl solution by titrating it against standard Sodium Carbonate solution using methyl orange as an indicator.

  5. Qualitative analysis of Chloride, Nitrate, Acetate, Sulphate, phosphate as acid radicals and Lead, Copper, Aluminium, Nickel and Ammonium as basic radicals.

  6. Preparation of Soaps, using any two oils (Coconut oil/castor oil).


B.Sc. I (Home Science)

Semester - I

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT




Course No.: 106 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.

UNIT - I

1. Human Development - Definition of Development, Growth & Human Development.

2. Historical Trends and Early Concepts in the Field of Child Development.

3. Importance and Scope of Human Development.



UNIT - II

4. Methods of Child Study - observation, interview, questionnaire, case study, experimental, cross-sectional, longitudinal methods.

5. Principles of development and factors affecting growth and development.

6. Lifespan development through different stages and sub stages, different areas of development.



References :

  1. Hurlock, Elizabeth B. (1987). Developmental Psychology, A life-span approach. Fifth Edition. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. New Delhi.

  2. Hurlock, Elizabeth B. (1987). Child Development Sixth Edition. MC-Graw Hill Book Co. New Delhi.

  3. Berk, Laura E (1999). Child Development. Prentice Hall of India, Private Ltd. New Delhi.

  4. Papalie, Diane E. (1986). A child's World. Fourth Edition. McGraw Hill Book Company New Delhi.

  5. Ambron S.R. (1975) : Child Development, Rinchart Prep, San Francisco.

  6. Lerner Hultsch (1983) : Human Development a life span perspective, New York, McGraw Hill Book, Co.

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

  8. Gordon, L.J. (1975), Human Development New York : Harper & Row.

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

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

Semester - II

w.e.f. 2009-10 onwards

Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Internal







1

111

Human Physiology

3 Hrs.

45

5

50




2

112

Prenatal & Infant Growth and Care

3 Hrs.

45

5

50




3

113

Laundry Science and

Finishing of

Fabrics

Lab-I *


3 Hrs.

3 Hrs.*


45

50


5

50

50





4

114

Introductory

Home Management



3 Hrs.

45

5

50




5

115

Basic Nutrition
Lab-I l*

3 Hrs.
6 Hrs.*

45
50

5



50
50




6

116

Nutritional Biochemistry

Lab-III*



3 Hrs.
6 Hrs*

45
50

5



50
50




7

117

General English




45

5

50










G.Total










500










Computer Applications***
















Note: * At the end of Semester-II, the practical examination of I & II Semester will be held together.

** This paper will be studied by the students along with other students of BA/ B. Sc as per university rules

*** As per university rules.

B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY



Course No. 111 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.

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