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



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UNIT –I





  • The Cell - Animal cell structure, composition of protoplasm. Cell division - mitosis and meiosis, difference between mitosis and meiosis.

  • The Skeleton - Different bones - names and number, Joints of the skeleton - names with examples.

  • The Digestive system - Structure and functions of various parts of alimentary canal, digestion in the stomach, digestion and absorption in small intestine and large intestine, Digestive glands- functions of liver, pancreas and salivary glands.

  • The circulatory system - Composition and functions of blood, structure and functions of heart, blood pressure.

UNIT – II

  • The Respiratory system - Respiratory passage - its parts & functions, structure and functions of lungs.

  • The Excretory System - Structure and functions of kidneys, mechanism of urine formation.

  • The Reproductive System - Structure of reproductive organs in a woman, menstrual cycle.

  • The Nervous System - Major parts of the nervous system, structure and functions of brain, spinal cord and nerve cell (Neuron), sense organs - structure of Eye and Ear, Eye defects.

References :

  1. Chaterzeee (1988) Human Physiology, Calcutta, Medical Agency.

  2. Pears E.C. (1988) Anatomy and Physiology for nurses - Delhi Oxford University, Press.

  3. Clothing Textile and Physiology - Ritu Kapoor Vidaya Publications, Ludhiana.

  4. A text book of biology - Dhami & Dhami Pradeep Publications.

  5. Elementary biology - K N Bhatia

B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

PRENATAL AND INFANT GROWTH AND CARE


Course No.: 112 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. Development during prenatal stage:

a) Conception, signs of pregnancy and physiological changes during pregnancy.

b) Factors affecting prenatal development.

2. Stages of prenatal development.

a) Prenatal growth and activities in first, second and third trimesters of pregnancy.

b) The birth process, stages of delivery, types of birth.

c) Discomforts and complications of pregnancy.



UNIT-II

3. The New Born : Physical characteristics of the neonate - size, weight, body-proportions, sensory capacities i.e. hearing, vision, taste, smell, touch, temperature, reflex actions.

4. Care of the infant (0-2 years)

a) Physical, motor, social and emotional development.

b) Rearing and care of the infant - feeding, weaning, sleeping, bathing and toilet training.

c) Common diseases and immunization during infancy.



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.


B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

LAUNdRY SCIENCE & FINISHING OF FABRICS


Course No.: 113 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. Introduction to Laundry process; Laundry equipments and their use.

2. Soaps and supplies : Soaps and detergents; Stiffening Agents ;Blueing Agents ; Bleaching & other laundry reagents; Grease absorbents & solvents.

UNIT - II

3. Use and care of fabrics.

4. Stains - classification of stains, methods of removing different types of stains.

5. Fabric Finishing -

a) Physical - Singing, napping, brushing, shearing sizing, tentering & Calandering.

b) Chemical - Bleaching, Mercerizing

c) Special purpose finishes - Wrinkle resistant, water resistant & repellant, flame retardant.

REFERENCE :


  1. Corbman BP (1985) Textiles Fibre to fabric MC Graw Hill, New York.

  2. Hollen N & Saddler J Textiles (Latest Edition) Mac Mittan & Co. New York.

  3. Joseph M.L. (1976) Essentials of Textiles holt Ripeniart of Winston, New York.

  4. Joseph M.L. (1972) Introductory Textiles Science Holt Ripenhart of Winston, New York.

  5. Tortorc P.G. (1978) Understanding Textiles New York Mac Milan Publishing Inc.

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

  7. Deulkar Durga (1988) Household Textiles and Laundry Work, Atma Ram and Sons. Kashmiri Gate Delhi - 6

Lab-I

Duration of Exam : 6 hrs.

MM : 50

  1. Stain Removal - Removal of any ten stains.

  2. Washing & Finishing of : Cotton (Blouse & Sari, Salwar – Kameez,Gathered Frock

Gents Shirt) ; Synthetic (Sari) ; Silk (blouse & Sari); Embroidered Table Cloth; Cushion Covers; Table Napkins/Mat ;Woolen Cardigan /Pullover); Starching of fabrics ;Dry Cleaning of Fabrics


B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

INTRODUCTory HOME MANAGEMENT

Course No.: 114 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 the compulsory question.

UNIT - I

I. Definition, Concept and objectives of home management-

II. Process of management: Planning, organizing, controlling and evaluating.

III. a) Family life cycle and stages.

b) Qualities and responsibilities of a good home maker.

c) Developing managerial abilities/skills.


UNIT - II


IV. Factors motivating management.

a) Values - Definition, classification and characteristics.

b) Goals - Definition, classification, characteristics and factors affecting goal setting.

c) Standards - Definition, meaning and classification.

V. Decision making : Definition and importance of decision making. Types of decisions, steps in the process for decision making.

VI. Resources : Meaning and classification of resources. Brief Introduction of human and non-human resources. Common characteristics of resources influencing their management.


References :


  1. Gross, E.H., Crandall, E. and Knall M.M. (1973) Management for Modern Families. Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliff, New Jersey.

  2. Nickell, P and Dorsey, JM (1988) Management in Family Living. (4th ed.) Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Delhi.

  3. Verghese, MA; Ogale, NN and Srinivasan, K. Home Management. Wiley Eastern, New Delhi.

B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

basic nutrition

Course No.: 115 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

A. Nutrients in food : Definition, functions, sources, recommended dietary allowances, effects of deficiency and excess (in brief) of Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids

B. Water - Functions and sources of water for human body, effects of excess and low intake of water on human body.

C. Fibre - Types, functions or role of dietary fibre in the human body, sources.



UNIT-II

A. Functions, sources, recommended dietary allowances, effects of excess and deficiency (in brief) of : Fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K. ) and Water soluble vitamins (C, B1, B2, B6, B12 niacin and folic acid ).

B. Functions, Sources, RDA, Effect of Excess and low intake of Macro Minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium and Potassium. ) and Micro Minerals (Iron, Iodine and fluorine).

References :

1. Bamiji, M.S.; Rao, N.P. and Reddy, V. (Editors) (1999) Textbook of Human Nutrition. New Delhi : Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.

2. ICMR (1990) Nutrient Requirements and Recommended Dietary Allowance for Indians. A Report of the Expert Group of ICMR. NIN, Hyderabad.

3. Joshi, S.A. (2002) Nutrition and Dietetics (2nd ed.) New Delhi : Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd.

4. Kaushik, V.K. (1998) Readings in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics Vol. I and II. Jaipur Book Enclave.

5. Khanna, K; Gupta, S; Pasi SJ; Seth, R; Mahna, R and Puri, S. (2005) Nutrition and Dietetics. New Delhi : Elite Publishing House.

6. Narsinga Rao BS (1988) Dietary fibre in Indian diets and its nutritional significance. Nutrition Foundation of India Bulletin 9 (4).

7. Robinson CH and Lawler MR (1982) Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition (16th ed) New York : mcMillion Pub. Co. Inc.



Lab-II

Practical

Duration of Exam : 6 hrs.

MM : 50

A. Planning, Calculation and Preparation of the following (2 each)

1. Vitamin A, Iron, Calcium and Protein rich snacks.

B. Preparation of Minimum two items of each of the following :

Salads, Soups, Desserts,Cakes,Main Course Dishes.


B.SC. -I HOME SCIENCE

SEMESTER-II

NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY




Course No 116



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 candidate will attempt five questions in all, selecting two questions from each unit and one compulsory question.

Unit - I


1. Nutrients in food - Definition, classification, structure, general properties, digestion, absorption and metabolism of Carbohydrates, Proteins, Nucleic acids.

Lipids (including iodine number, Acid value and Saponification value).


Unit - II


2. Chemistry, physiological importance of Fat soluble vitamins ( A, D, E and K. ) and

Water soluble vitamins - B1, B2, B6, B12 niacin, folic acid and vitamin C.

3. Biological role of Macro minerals ( calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium and potassium. ) and . Micro minerals ( Iron, iodine, fluorine, zinc, copper, selenium, cobalt. )

4. Enzymes - Definition, chemical nature, classification, importance and factors affecting enzyme activity. Co-factor, co-enzyme.



References :
1. Pant, M.C. (latest edition) : Essentials of Biochemistry, Kedar Nath, Ram Nath & Co.

2. Conn. E.E. & Stumfp P.K. (latest edition)

3. Outlines of Biochemistry, Wiley Eastern Pvt. Ltd.

4. Principles of Biochemistry by J.L. Jain

5. Principles of Biochemistry by Leherninger

6. Practical Biochemistry by David T Plummer


Lab-III



Duration of Exam : 6 hrs.

M.M. : 50

1. Preparation of solutions of different concentrations and expressing concentrations in different units.

2. Preparation of buffer solution (Acetate buffer-0.2 Molar, pH-5.2).

3. Qualitative analysis of different Carbohydrates ,Protein and Lipids

4. Determination of Vitamin C by titrimetric method and fat (demonstration by Soxhlet apparatus). in different food stuff

5. Determination of saponification value and acid value of two different fats or oils.

6. Develop a chromatogram of known amino acids and mixture of amino acids by 2-D paper chromatography.

7 Estimation of chloride in table salt by titrimetric method.



B.Sc. I (Home Science)

Semester - I I

ENGLISH




Course No. : 117 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50

Scheme of the Question Paper

The paper will have seven questions as per details given below

Q.1. The Candidate will be asked to answer comprehension questions based on an extract from the text book. There will be internal choice.

Q.2. The candidate will be asked to explain with reference to the context an extract from

the text book. There will be internal choice.

Q.3. There will be five short answer type questions based on the text book. The candidate will be asked to give answers in about 30 words each. There will be internal choice

Q.4. There will be one essay type question based on the text book with internal choice.

Q.5. Translation of a passage of about 10 sentences from Hindi to English

Q.6. Paragraph (The candidate will be required to write about 250 words on any one of the five given topics).

Q.7. There will be question with parts on the following items: common phrasal verbs, prepositions, common errors in English
Paper –A: Text

The following text is prescribed for intensive study:

1. Following essays from Ideas Aglow edited by Dinesh Kumar and V.B. Abrol (Publication Bureau, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra)

a) C.E.M. Joad

Our Civilization

b) Jyant V. Narlikar

It’s Question Time

c) N.Ram


An Interview with Christiaan Barnard

d) B.R. Ambedkar

Untouchability and the Caste System

e) Huck Gutman

Inhumanisation of War

f) Amartya Sen



Seven Types of gender Inquality
Part-B General English

    1. Translation from English to Hindi

    2. Precis

    3. Official Correspondence: Letter Writing.
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