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PRACTICALS

1. Evalution of design

2. Preparation of colour chart and various colour schemes.

3. Arranging various areas applying all the art prinmciples.

4. Application of design Principles in

a) Preparation of greeting card, poster and a wall hanging.

b) Flower arrangement.

c) Window treatment.




SEMESTER- VI
Core Paper XIII - FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND LAYOUT




Theory – 4 hrs. / Week

Practicals - 2 hrs./ week



Objectives:

To enables students to

1. Gain knowledge to develop skill in handling equipment and maintenance.

2. Gain knowledge of Food Service Layout.


Course Content:

1. Equipment in Food Service

Classification of equipment

Factors for selection of equipment – electrical and non electrical equipment for food Storage preparation, food serving, dishwashing and laundering.


2. Material used

Base materials, used for finishes, insulation materials, materials for necessary parts, strength and limitation.


3. Electricity

Basic concept, safety consideration, electrical parts and wiring to suit installation and use of equipment


4. Planning food service unit

Layout of food plants, plans of areas of food (preparation), Cooking, cleaning, storing, serving and dining, different work centeres. Their sizes and finishes, storage units, lighting and ventilation, working in relation to equipment, selection and their relationship.


5. Plant & equipment management:

Maintenance, Sanitation of plant, safety, security, garbage disposal pest control.


References:

1. The theory of Catering, Ronald Kinton and Victor Cesarani, 6th edn., ELBSW, 1989.

2. The Complete Book of Cooking Equipment Jules Wilkinson, 2nd edition, A CBI Book,

published by Reinhold Company, 1981.

3. Design and layout of Food Service Facilities John C. Birchfield endorsed by the Food

Service Consultants Society International 1988 by Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1981.

4. Food Service in Institutions, 6th edn; Bessie B. West, Le Velle Wood, Revised by

hanger V, Shugart M.S., june Payne Palauo, Macmillan Publishing company, 1986.

5. Food Service Facilities planning by Kazarian Edward, 3rd edn; 1989

6. Mohini Sethi and Surjeet Malhan Catering Management – An Integrated

Approach,Wiley Eastern Ltd., 1987

Practicals:
Objectives:

1. Gain knowledge and experience in selection and maintenance of food service equipment.

To understand the principles underlying the planning of layout for food service institutions.
Course Content:

1. Visits to food service institutions to study layout and food service equipment.

2. Studying the food service equipment available in India. Type feature and cost.

3. Planning physical layouts of a food service institutions, commercial, non – commercial, school feeding, ICDS etc.


Reference:

1. Avery A.C.A., A modern Guide to Food Services Equipment, C.B.I. Publishing Inc. 1980.

2. Anderson, Home Appliance Servicing, D.B. Tarapore-wala and sons 1976.

3. Kotschawal, L.E. and Terrel m.E. Food Service Planning layout and equipment, John Wiley Sons, 1977.

4. Fuller, J. Chief’s Manual of Kitchen Management, B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1977.

5. Walley J The Kitchen incatering, B.A.S Printerrs Ltd., 1979.




Core Paper XIV - COMMUNITY NUTRITION

Theory – 4 hrs. / Week Practicals - 3 hrs./ week

Objectives:

1. To enable students to understand the importance of nutrition in national progress and the significance of assessment of nutritional statues.

2. TO recognize the solutions to overcome problems of malnutrition in the company and the role of national and international agencies in this area.

Course Content:

1. (a) Nutrition and health in National development

(b) Nutritional problems confronting our country – The causes of malnutrition in India- Balances food production and population growth.

2. Methods of assessment of nutritional status

- Sampling techniques.

- Identification of risks groups.

- Direct assessment – Diet surveys, Authropometry, Clinical and Biochemical

estimations.

- Indirect assessment – food balance sheets and Agricultural data, Ecological

parameters and vital statistics.

- Use of growth charts.
3. Nutrition intervention schemes in the company lecture and demonstration, nutrition exhibitions and visual aids.
4. National and International agencies in community nutrition

ICDS, SNP, ANP, Midday meal programme, FAO, WHO, UNICEF, CARE, AID, ICMR, CSIR, NIN, CFTRI


5. Breast feeding and its implications, Hazards pf bottle feeding – Review
6. Weaning foods-planning, formulating and preparing importance of correct and timely weaning – Review
7. Nutrition and infection-relationship, immunization and its importance.
8. Recent advances in community nutrition research-Fortification & enrichment of foods.
REFERENCES FOR UNIT I :
1. McLaren.D.S., ED-1983. Nutrition in the Community. John Weley and sons.

2. Jelliffe. D.B.-1996. The Assessment of Nutritional status on the community-WHO

Monograph series No. 53-geneva.

3. Reh, Emma-1976. Manual on Household Food consumption surveys, FAO.

Nutritional studies No.18 Rome

4. Shukla, P.K.- 1982. Nutritional problem of India-prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New

Delhi.

5. Shanti ghosh-1977. The feeding and care of infants and young children, voluntary



Health Association of India-New Delhi.

6. Ibrahim. G.J-1983. Nutrition in mother and children Health. London, Macmillan.

7. Ritchey, S.J. and J. Taper-1983. Maternal and child Nutrition. Harper and Row

publishers, New Delhi.




PRACTICALS
The objectives of this practical course are to enable the students to learn and prepare different types of visual aid for the community, to gain practical experience in giving demonstration and conducting survey and other methods of assessments.
Course outline:
1. Diet and Nutrition suveys

a) Identifying vulnerable and atrisk groups.

b) Diet survey and breast feeding and weaning practices of specific groups.

d) Use of anthropometric measurements in children.

2. Methods of Extension used in community-

a) Preparation of visual aids-charts, posters models, etc. for exhibition.

b) Lecture and Method Demonstrations to target groups.

3. Field visits to –

a) Observe the working of nutrition programmes.

b) Hospitals to observe nutritional deficiencies.


Core paper XV- MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES



Theory: 6 hrs/ week


OBJETIVES

To enable students to:

1. Understand the concepts, principles and significance of resource management.

2. Apply the principles in the management of resources.


THEORY

1. Concept of resource management-Definition, management process-planning, controlling-energising, adjusting, checking-supervision-directing and guiding, evaluating, qualities of a good manager.


2. Management Inputs-Values, Goals Standard and Resources – Meaning and classification, optimizing the use of family resources, factors affecting the use of resources.
3. Decision making – Meaning and its importance, types of decisions, decision making process, methods of resolving conflicts.
4. Time Management –Time plans, tools In time management-Time norms, peak loads, work curves and rest periods, time management process-planning-steps in making time plans controlling the planning action-evaluation.
5. Energy Management-The efforts required in home-making activities, energy requirements for household activities, fatigue-concepts, types-physiological and psychological fatigue, Managerial process applied to energy.
6. Work Simplification – Definition, importance, Techniques-Process chart, operation chart, multim an chart and cycle graph techniques – Mundel’s Classes of change-planning efficient work areas – kitchen.
7. Money Management-Family Income-Types, sources methods of augmenting family income. Family Expenditure-Budget-Meaniing – Types of budget, planning a budget for a fmily of a fixex income, Hotel/Restaurant, advantages of budgeting, factors affecting family budget, Engel’s law of consumption, methods of handling money-Family financial records.
Practicals:

1. Identification of managerial activities performed at home.

2. Identification of personal and family values and goals.

]3. Time expenditure pattern of selected groups.

4. Techniques to study work simplification.

5. Kitchen planning and storage-convenient work heights-types.

6. Formulation of budgets for family and for a department
REFERENCES

1. Rao, P.S. and Rao, V.S.P., (1997) personnel Human Resource Management. New

Delhi, Konark Publishers Pvt., Ltd.

2. Aswathappa. K. (1997) Human Resource and Personnel Management. New Delhi,

Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company

3. Vendata Ratnam, C.S. and Srivatsava, B.K., (1999) personal Management and Human

Resources New Delhi, Tata Mc Grawa Hill Company. Saiyadain, M.S., (1999)

Human Resource Management. New Delhi, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company

Limited.

4. Beacon, R., and Fire Baugh, (1981) Framil Resource Manageament, U.S.A.



Elective paper II
ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT





Theory 6 hours / week

Objectives:

a) creating an awareness about entrepreneurship as an effective to a “White Collar Job”.

b) Students can be taken to trade fairs to collect information on Industrial products of their interest.

c) Students visits to financial institutions industrial associations, research institutions and banks would help them in collecting information on availability of finance, technology, raw material and export potential.

Alumni Association – Ex-Students of the institution who have set up their own enterprises can be invited to talk to the students which would help motivate the students to take up an entrepreneurial career.
Course Content No. of Hours

1. Importance of entrepreneurship and its relevance in career growth. 3

Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship and enterprise.

Concept and development

Characteristics of Entrepreneurs

Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies. 3


2. Types of Enterprises and Ownership

Manufacturing, Service and Franchise.

Large, medium, SSIm tiny and cottage industries.

Limited, public Limited, Private Limited.

Partnership, Sole Proprietorship.

Advantages and disadvantages of types of ownership;

Employment, Self employment and Entrepreneurship.
3. Financial Management- Important and Techniques 2

Management of working Capital , reinforcement of the Concept of Working Capital.

Factors to be controlled in managing working capital- Tools and Techniques

4. Books of Account 2

Importance of accounting assessment.

Different books and its relevance. Support

Stationery and its use. Operating mechanism
5. Financial Statements 2

Importance and its interpretation

Profit and Loss account

Balance Sheet

Cash flow/funds flow

6. Marketing Management 3

Marketing for small business

Strategies for sales promotion – tools and techniques for sales promotion, pricing

Policy and its implications on sales
7. Export Marketing

Understanding the International Business environment 2

Procedures and formalities

Do’s and Don’ts for exports


8. Inventory Control and Quality Management 3

Defining Quality and its concept

Aspectsd of quality management

ISO 9000 Certification

Total Quality Management (TQM)
9. Enterprises Establishment and Credit

Disbursement facilities 3

Financial support from financial institutions

Procedures for applications

Disbursement procedure

Do’s and Don’t’s


10. Legal Complications 2

Income Tax

Sales Tax

Excise


Labour laws, factory act, pollution control act etc.

Reference Total 25 hrs

1. Handbook of New Entrepreneurs, by P.C. Jain (Ed) Oxford University Press, 1998

2. Small Scale Industry Handbook by Jan Narayan Vyas, Granthistran, 1947.

3. You can win by Shiv Khera, Macmillon India, 1998.

4. Cost Accountancy, A Managerial Emphasis by Charles Hozgrew, PHI 1997.

5. Unleash the Entrepreneur Within, by Mitch McGremmon, FT – Pitman, 1995.

6. Entrepreneurship, New Venture Creation by Holt, PHI 1997.

7. Marketing Management by Philip Kotter, Prentice Hall, India, (PHI), 1997.

8. Management Accounting, by I.M Pandey, Vikas, 1998.

9. Production and Operational Management by Everette Adam, PHI, 1997.

10.Business Policy, by Azhav Kazmi, Tata McGraw Hill (TMH) 1997.


PRACTICALS
1. Visit to the Trade Fair.

2. Ex. Students enterprise – visit

3. Visit to a Small Scale Industry, financial Institution association , research institution

and banks.



09. B.Sc. DEGREE COURSE IN INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECOR
SYLLABUS
SEMESTER – III
CORE PAPER V – APPLIED ART ON TEXTILES – I

Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

To enable students :
1. To understand art and apply its principles in the creation and selection of textiles and garments.

2. Develop design in textiles and apply the same on materials.


Unit – I
a) Application of art principles and elements of design in the selection of fabric.

b) Study of colour harm

onies and colour systems; qualities of colour.
Unit – II
Fabric Painting – Media used, preparation and method of fabric painting.
Unit – III
a) Weaving – Parts of a loom

b) Basic weaving operation – plain, twill, satin.


Unit – IV

Embroidery and Trimming – Review of basic decorative stitches and trimmings.


Practicals – III
I. Painting on fabric and paper

II. Embroidery

III. Weaving

REFERENCES :
1. Chambers B.G. “Color and design, Fashion in Men’s and Women’s Clothing and furnishings” Prentice Hall, Inc, New York, 1951.

2. Erwin, Kinchen and Peters, “Clothing for Moderns” 6th edn, Mcmillan publishing company, Inc, New York, 1979.

3. Gisela Hein, “Fabric printing”, B.T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1972.

4. Hamyin, “Mc. Calls Sewing in Colour”, The Hamyin publishing Corporation Limited, 1975.

5. Jasleen Dhamija, “The Indian Folk, Arts and Crafts”, National Book Trust India, New Delhi, 1992.

6. Marjory L. Joseph, “Introductory Textile Science”, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc, New York, 1976.

7. Mehtha R.J, “Masterpieces of Indian Textiles”, D.B. Taraporewala Sons and Co. Pvt. Ltd., Bombay, 1970.

8. Mary Mathews, “Bhattarams Reprographics, Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, 1974.

9. Shailaja D. Naik, “Folk embroidery and handloom weaving”, A.P.H. publishing corporation New York, 1997.

CORE PAPER VI – INTERIOR DESIGN AND APPLIED ARTS

(MINOR ARTS)
Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

To enable students :
1. To understand art and apply its principles in the creation and selection of minor Art Forms.

2. To select apply and create various interiors using various art objects.


Theory :
a) Introduction to Art and Applied Art and its application to commercial situations.

b) Selection care and use of art objects to suit different and special occasions. Understanding the basic composition and nature of the minor arts.


Minor Arts (Crafts)

1. Ceramic Form :- a) Earthenware b) Stoneware c) Porcelain d) Glazed ware e) Unglazed Pottery f) Mosaic g) Teracotta in India.

2. Processed Wood Work: Wood Carving, Inlay, Lacquering – Wood work in India.

3. College – Origin and Growth, modern college work.

4. Papier Mache – Origin, Papier Mache from various parts of India.

5. Basket Weaving in India.

6. Recycling waste – Creating craft out of waste.
Practicals :
1. College work – Posters, Projects etc.,

2. Objects from recycled materials. Crafts from day to day objects.

3. Visits to various craft fairs and compilation of materials.

4. Projects of Fabric Painting or any applied design for Cushion Covers, Pillow Covers, etc.,

5. Pot painting.
REFERENCES :
1. The Art and Craft of Papier Mache – Juliet Bawden. Pub: by – Mitchel Beazley, USA.

2. Ceramics Source Book – Errol Manners. Chartwell Books – 110 enterprise Avenue, Secauces, New Jersey 07094.

3. Shristi – V. Balu – Rupa and Co., Calcutta.

4. The Glory of Indian Handicrafts – Kamala Devi chattopadyay, Clarion Books.

5. Guide to Home Decorating – Indian Style. Pricilla Kohute – Mapin Books Pvt. Ltd., 31, Somnath Road, Usman Pura, Ahmedabad 380013, India.

6. Arts and Crafts of India. Ilay Cooper, John Gillow – Thames and Hudson, London.

7. An Introduction to Pottery (Step by step Project book). Quintet Publishing House Chatwell Book Inc.

8. Design and Make Curtains – Heather Luke. Pub. By New Holland Publisher Ltd.,



ALLIED – III – BASIC COMPUTER APPLICATION AND AUTOCAD -I
Theory : 4 hrs / week

Practical : 2 hrs / week

PRACTICAL :
Objective :
The main objective of Autocad is to construct drawings and design the interiors of buildings with the help of a computer. Autocad automates design & drafting task so that creating and revising drawing becomes easy.

A. Introduction to Autocad
Why Autocad – Outlines of Autocad, system requirements, Autocad screen, command entry, setting up of page size, opening a drawing, saving the drawing & exit from Autocad.
B. Understanding Angle measurement, using Polar co-ordinates to locate points, drawing extents, display control zoom, drawing aids, creating circles, regenerating drawings, extracting information from Database.
C. To create entities – Polygon, rectangle, editing commands, object selection methods.

O – Shape.

Creation of Polylines, Layer Concept, Mirroring, Creating, Solid.
REFERENCES :
1. Teach Yourself Autocad, Gibbs, BPE Publications, New Delhi.

2. Inside Autocad. By AUTODESK.

3. 2D Drafting by AUTODESK.

SEMESTER – IV
CORE PAPER VII – INTERIOR DESIGN AND APPLIED ARTS

(MAJOR ARTS)

Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

To enable students :

a. To understand art and apply its principles in the creation of and selection of art objects.

b. To appreciate and select appropriate major art work for interiors.
I. Minor & Major Arts :

1. Metal Work – Shaping of metal, decoration, damascening, enameling, metal work in India.,

a) Lamps & Vessels b) Bidri c) Tanjore Plate enameling in India.

2. Glass Ware – Stained glass history development and its usage in modern interiors. Various types of glass and glassware.


II. Study of different architectural styles – Forms in relation to different places in India and the West. India – Buddhist stupas, Vihanas.
South Indian temple architecture – a brief study of the Brihadeswara / Chidambaram temples. North Indian Temple Architecture – Orissan Temples.

West – Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic.


Sculptural Forms :

a) Types – Sculpture in round, relief sculpture and intaglio.

b) Materials – Hard and Plastic.

c) Processes – Carving, Modeling, and Casting, Assemblage.

d) Function – Dependent or independent on Architecture.

e) Selection of appropriate sculpture for various interiors.


IV. Drawing : Pencil, Crayon, Pen and Ink and Charcoal.
V. Painting :

Traditional Media – Fresco, Tempera, Oil and Water – colours.


VI. Synthetic Media – Acrylic.
Practical :

1. Basic Sketching exercises, drawing from objects, nature etc.,

2. Stained Glass Painting.

3. Acrylic painting on tables, pots etc.,

4. Visits to Craft Melas, exhibitions, galleries etc.,
REFERENCES :
1. The art of Indian and the West – Edith Tomory.

2. Creative Crafts of India – Jehangir Art Gallery.

3. The Story of Indian Handicrafts – Kamaladevi Chatropadyay

4. Modern Sculpture – Herbert Read.

5. Art Today – Faulkner

6. Glass and Glassware – George Sarage.

7. First Steps in Enameling – Jink Mc Garth.

8. Ceramic Source Book – Errol Manners.

9. The Art and Craft of Pepier Mache – Juliet Bawdett.

10. The Glory of Indian Handicrafts – Kamala Devi Chattapadyay. Clarion Books.

11. New Larouse Encylopaedia and Mythology. Rober Graves Hamylyn Publishing Group Ltd.

12. Monder Sculpture. Herbert Read – Thames & Hudson, New York.

13. The Arts of India – Basil Grey, Phaidon Ltd.

14. Glass and Glassware George Savage Mandarin Publishers.

15. World Architecture. Trewan copplestone – Hamylyn Pub.

16. First steps in Enamellng. Jinks McGarth. Quintet Well Fleet Press.

17. The Oxford Dictionary of Art. Oxford University Press, New York 1988.

18. Easy to Make Stained Glass Lampshade. Ed. Sibbert Jr. Dover Pub : Inc., New York.

19. Historic Architecture Source Book – Cyril H. Harris. McGraw Hill Company.

20. Art in India and the West by Sr. Edith Tomory. Orient Longmen.




CORE PAPER VIII – APPLIED ART ON TEXTILES – II
Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

Unit – I

Hand Printing methods – Block, Stencil, Ti and Dye, Screen printing and Batik.


Unit – II

Study of figure irregularities and what can be done through design and optical illution to minimise the effect.


Unit – III

Types of Embroidery :

Machine Embroidery, Applique, cut work, Drawn thread work, Bread work, sequins, Mirror work, Crocheting and Tatting.


Unit – IV

Various embroidery of India – Folk embroidery – Phulkarki, Kasuti, Kantha, Heer, Quilting, Shawls, Chamba rumal.


Unit – V

Knitting – Types of knitting – machine and hand knitting – common stitches used in hand knitting.


Practicals :

SEMESTER – II

I. Printing :

a. Stencilling.

b. Batik

c. Screen Printing.

d. Tie and Dye.

e. Block Printing.


II. Knitting
III. Tatting

IV. Crocheting




REFERENCES :
1. Chambers B.G. “Color and design, Fashion in Men’s and Women’s Clothing and furnishings” Prentice Hall. Inc, New York, 1951.

2. Erwin, Kinchen and Peters, “Clothing for Moderns, 6th edn, Mcmillan publishing company, Inc. New York, 1979.

3. Gisela Hein, “Fabric printing”, B.T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1972.

4. Hamyln, “Mc. Calls Sewing in Color”, The Hamyln Publishing Corporation Limited, 1975.

5. Jasleen Dhamija, “The Indian Folk, Arts and Crafts’, National Book Trust India, New Delhi, 1992.

6. Marjory L. Joseph, “Introductory Textile Science”, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc, Newyork, 1976.

7. Mehtha R.J. “Masterpieces of Indian Textiles”, D.B. Taraporewals Sons and Co. Pvt. Ltd, Bombay, 1970.

8. Mary Mathews, “Bhattarams Reprographics, Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, 1974.

9. Shailaja D. Naik, “Folk embroidery and handloom weaving”, A.P.H. publishing corporation, Newyork, 1997.

ALLIED – II

BASIC COMPUTER APPLICATION AND AUTOCAD -II
SEMESTER – IV Theory : 4 hrs / week

Practical : 2 hrs / week

PRACTICALS :
A.

* Dimensing

* Hatching

* Creating Blocks

* Editing Polylines
B. Creation of Blocks

* W. Block

* Calculation of Area
C. ISO-METRIC Drawings

D. Project



REFERENCE :

1. 2-D Drafting by AutoDesk

2. 3-D Modeling by AutoDesk

SEMESTER – V
CORE PAPER - X – TEXTILES AND CLOTHING - I
Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

Objectives :

To help the students to

1. Study the science of textiles and use this knowledge in wise buying.

2. Select clothing appropriate for various family members.

3. Learn the techniques involved in garment construction.
Theory :

Unit – I : Fiber Study :

a) Classification of textile fibres – Study of properties common to textile fibres.

b) Manufacturing process, properties and uses of cotton, jute, silk, wool, viscose, rayon, nylon and polyster.

Unit – II : Yarn Processing :

Step involved in processing of cotton yarns – Classification of yarns based on direction of twist and count – simple and novelty yarns.



Unit – III : Technique of clothing construction :

a) Selection, use and care of sewing machine and sewing tools.

b) Study of basic hand stitches – temporary and permanent.

c) Seams and seam finishes.

d) Methods of introducing fullness into a fabric-darts, tucks, pleats, gathers and godets.

Unit – IV : Principles of pattern making :

a) Steps in preparing the basic bodice, sleeve and skirt pattern for children and adult woman based on body measurement.

b) Steps involved in fabric preparation.

c) Pattern layout, economical pattern placement.

d) Methods of transferring pattern markings onto the fabric.

Practicals :

1. Sewing Process :

a) Hand stitches – temporary and permanent.

b) Seam and seam finishes.

c) Preparation and application of true bias, bias facing, shaped facing & bias binding.

d) Plackets and opening – Continuous placket, bound & faced placket.

2. Garment Construction :

a) Saree petticoat.

b) Choli.

c) Baba suit.


REFERENCES :
1. Allyne Bane – Creative sewing, Mc Graw Hill Book Company 1980.

2. Banes – Complete Guide to fashion Illustrated.

3. Durga Duelkar – A guide to household textiles.

4. Graves Ryan – Complete Encyclopedia for Stitchery.

5. Hess – Textiles fibres and their uses.

6. Erwin – Clothing for moderns.

7. Irwin – Practicals Dress Designing.

8. Jurekas – Easy Cutting.

9. Joseph M – Introductory textile science.

10. Lewis, Bowas, Kettunen – Clothing construction and wardrobe planning.

11. Mary Mathews – Practical clothing construction – Part I, basic sewing processes.

12. Norvna, Hodlens & Saddles – Textiles.

13. Wingate – Textile fabrics and Selection.
14. Harry Mathews - Practical Clothing Construction Part I and Part II, Cosmic Press (1966).

15. Norma, Hollen & - Textiles / The Macmillion Co., New York.

Saddler

16. Wingate - Textile Fabrics and their selection, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey (1976)



17. Potter & Carbman - Fibre to fabric McGraw Hill Book Co., New York (1987).


CORE PAPER - XI – FINE ARTS, DRAWING, SCULPTURE AND PAINTING

Theory : 4 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

Objectives :

To Enable Students :

  1. Appreciate and understand the evolution of fine arts.

  2. Be creative in Interior Decoration.

1. Sculpture and Painting in the West.

a) Ancient Art - 1) Egyptain Art – Old kingdom, New kingdom.

2) Sumerian Art

3) Assyrian Art – Relief

b) Classical Art - 1) Greek Art – Archaric period, Classical period, Helleruistic period

2) Roman Art – Portrait Sculpture

c) Medieval Art - 1) Early Christian Art - Catacombs

2) Byzantine Art - Mosaics

3) Romanesqe Art

4) Gothic Art

d) Renaissance Art - 1) Italy - Early and High Renaissance

2) Baroque



North

Flanders : Albrecht Durer, Mathais Grunewald.

Spain : El Greco Velasques, Goya

Holland : Frans Hals, Remrandt, Jan Vermeer, Littie Dutch Masters.

France : Nicolas Poussin Jacque – Lois David, Antoin Watheau, Fountain Bleu School, Delacroix, Ingres.

England : William Hogarth, Thomas Gains Borouhg, Joshua Reynolds John Constable, William Turner.



Modern Art :

Realism, Impressionism – Manet, Monet, Pisarro, Post – Impressionism Art Nouveau Fauvism, Cubism Futurism, Expressionism, Surrealism, Abstract Art, Abstract expressionism.

Visits to various art galleries, exhibitions, museums and places of artistic value.

Practical:

1. Drawing and Painting of the following :

a) Plants, Flowers, Fruits, Branches, Trees from Nature, Animals and Birds.

b) Composition – Still life with fruits, flowers and ananimate objects.

c) Watercolours – Composition from nature and still life compositions.

REFERENCES :

1. Jomary Edith – Introduction to the History fine arts in India and the West.

2. Gardener Helen – Art through theages : 6th 10th edition.

3. Faulkner Raji Ziegfeld, Edwin and Hill – Art Today 5th Edition.

4. Harvis J.R – Egyptian Art.

5. Garbin G – The Ancient World.

6. Strong D.E. – Classical World.

7. Richter, Gisela M.A. – Three Critical periods of Greek sculpture.

8. Mingazzin P. Greek pottery painting.

9. Kahler, H – The art of Rome and her empire.

10. Boardman, J – Greek Art.

11. Beekwith, J. – Greek Art.

12. Rice T – Art of the Byzantine Era.

13. Rice T – Byzantine Painting.

14. Janson – History of Art.

15. Sewall J.J. – A History of western art.

16. Dennis and Devries – The Worlds Art Vols 182.

17. Art Treasure of the world – An Illustrated history in colour.

18. Licht H – History of Worlds Art.

19. Rowland, Benjamin – Art and Architecture of India, Buddhist.

20. Iyer, K.B. – Indian Art, a short introduction, Hindu Jain.

21. Kar, Chindamani Classica Indian Sculpture.

22. Sivaramamurthi, C – Indian Sculpture.

23. Majumdar, R.G. History & Sculpture of the Indian people, Vold 263.

24. Coomaraswamy A. – An introduction to Indian Art.

25. Wilkinson, T.V.S. – Mughal Painting.

26. Sivaramamurthi, C. – India Painting.

27. Larouses – Encyclopedia of Modern Art.

28. Myers B. – Modern art in the making.

29. Rich, Jack, C. – Materials and Methods of sculpture.

30. Myers, B. – Encyclopedia of painting.

31. Freedom, H. Edward – How to draw banton Books.

32. Jarctheimer, L Bode – How to draw paint, Thanees and Hudson, London 1962.

33. Kruse, A-2-How to draw and paint, Barner and Bolde, I.N.C. New York, 1961.

34. Solomon, S.J. – The practise of oil paintings drawing.

35. Shaw, Robert – Practical lettering, Judor, New York, 1962.

36. Laker, Russel – Anatomy of lettering studio publications, London 1951.

37. Lade, Cecil – Modern letterng and Calligraphy, London 1954.

38. Holme ad Frost – Modern lettering and Calligraphy, London 1954.

39. D’Amelio; J. Perspective drawing hand book, Tuder, New York, 1964.

40. Hollis H.F. – Perspective Drawing, 1955.

41. The Gerambacher Library series : The Art of Landscape Painting; The Art of Drawing Trees; The Art of Seascape Painting; The Art of Watercolour Painting; The art of Colour Mixing; The art of Oil Painting.

42. Walter Foster series : All available books.

CORE PAPER - XII – FUNDAMENTALS OF FOODS AND NUTRITION
Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

Objectives :

To obtain elementary knowledge on the principles of foods and nutrition.

1. Need to good foods – according to their functions – body building, energy giving, Protective goods. Basic food groups – Basic four, basic five, basic seven.

2. Preliminary preparation of foods prior to cooking with special reference to conservation of nutrients – reason for cooking – effect of cooking on pigments or colours, texture of
foods – effect of cooking on various nutrients.

3. Methods of cooking on acceptability and nutrition value of foods – dry methods – frying, broiling, parching, baking, Moist methods – broiling, stewing, steaming, cooking under pressure, solar cooking microwave cooking – advantages and disadvantages.

4. Principles of menu planning and planning meals for different income levels – balanced diet.

5. Recommended dietary allowance for various age groups – infants, preschool, school going, adolescents, adults and old age.

6. Nutritional food requirements to meet special needs of expectant and nurshing mothers. Diet Therapy : Therapeutic diet for the following conditions.

7. Purpose and principles of therapeutic diets on nutritional anemia.

8. Purpose and principles of therapeutic diets on peptic ulcer.

9. Purpose and principles of therapeutic diets on hypertension.

10. Purpose and principles of therapeutic diets on Diabetes mellitus.

Practicals :

Fundamental of Food and Nutrition

1. Techniques in the measurement of food stuff, use of standard measuring cup and measuring spoon.

2. Dishes making use of different methods of cooking : One rice preparation paratha, Dhal mascel sambar, idly, dosai, a pugath, fruit salad, cake, fruit flods, Mysore pak and halwa.

3. Menu planning and preparation and service of meals for : Pregnant woman, nursing mother, pre school child, school going child, adolescents, old age.

4. Preparation of the therapeutic diets for diabetes mellitus, peptic ulcer, hypertention, anemias.



REFERENCES :

        1. F.R. Antia (2000) – Clinical nutrition. Oxfore University Press, London, New York.

  1. Krause, M.V. and Maham, M.A. (1992) Food, Nutrition and Diet Therapy W.B. Saunders company, Philadelphia, London Toronto.

  2. Swaminathan, M. (2000) Principles of nutrition and dietetics, BAPPCO, Mysore Road, Bangalore.

  3. Gulthrie, H.A. (1984) Introductory Nutrition, The C.V. Mosby Company.oups - Basioc otective goods. es of foods and nutrition.Mixing; The art of Oil Painting.

  4. dy measurement.


PROJECT / ELECTIVE – I – MASS COMMUICATION
Theory : 4hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week

Objectives :

1. Awareness of certain media for students to function in any publishing house.

2. To provide theoretical understanding of various approaches to mass communication.

Theory :

1. Meaning of Mass Communication – Definition, types, Books, Newspapers, Film, Cinema, Radio and Television.

2. Characteristics of Malls Communication.

3. Mass Communication Process, audio-visual aids, Barriers in Communication.

4. Mass Media Production.

5. Themes of Media Theory and issues of Media Policy.

a) Social Fragmentationvs : unification

b) Media as an object of social and cultural unification.

c) Media freedom vs independence, media power, narrative and objective elements.

6. Projection of Women in Media.

7. Media and Politics.

Practicals :

I. Prepare posters, flash cards, Flannel graph, all types of charts, graphs, prepare a model, Bulletin Board, Black Board.

II. Prepare models, specimens, cartoons and comics.

III. Collect and compile pictures of mass communication.



REFERENCES :

1. Fundamentals, Theory and Practice – Jaspret Berry.

2. Dahana O.P. and Bhatnagar 1980. Education and Communication for Development, Oxford & IBM Publishing Co., New Delhi.

3. Mass Communication – Kanel Kumar.

4. Mass Communication – Mehta.

5. Prints – Best Logos.

6. Mass Communication – Theory & Practice Uma Narula

7. Media Programmes – Denis Macquail.

8. Inter Cultural communication and Introduction – Fred. E. Jannot.


SEMESTER – VI
CORE PAPER – XIII - TEXTILES AND CLOTHING - II

Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 3 hrs / week

Objectives :

To help the students to

1. Study the science of textiles and use this knowledge in wise buying.

2. Select clothing appropriate for various family members.

3. Learn the techniques involved in garment construction.


Theory :

Unit - I

Fundamentals of non-woven textiles, Study of fancy weaves, leno, double cloth, spot., swivel, jacquard, lappet and dobby weave.


Unit – II Fabric Finishing :

Purpose and use of various finishes, scouring, bleaching, tentering, calendaring, sizing, weighting, mercerizing, napping, sanforizing and crease proofing.


Unit – III Dyeing and Printing :

Classification of dyes : Direct, basic, acid, mordant, napthol, reactive and vat dyes.

Methods of dyeing: Stock, top. yarn and piece dyeing.

Methods of printing : Direct, discharge and reust style, roller printing, warp printing, blotch printing, photo printing, embossing, flocking.



Unit – IV Care of textiles :

Principles of laundering and storing of cotton, wool, silk rayon and synthetic fabrics.



Unit – V Family clothing plan :

Principles of preparing selection and buying of fabrics and ready-mades based on optical illusion and personal characteristics.



Unit – VI Application of CAD in textile designing.

Practicals :

Identifying weaves and prints.



1. Sewing process :

a) Fullnes – darts, tucks, pleats, gathers, frills and smocking.

b) Decorative stitches.

c) Collars.



2. Garment Construction :

a) Girls frock with skirt, yoke and collar.

b) Salwar kameez.

c) Construction of a couple of design for babies dress, girls frock on crepe paper of fabric in small scale.



REFERENCES :
1. Allayne Bane - Creative Sewing McGraw Hill Book Company (1980).

2. Durga Deulkar - A guide to household textiles and laundry work Atmaran & Sons, New Delhi (1951).

3. Hess - Textile fibres and their use Lippincot Co., New York (1969).

4. Joseph Marjory - Introductory Textile Science Pinchart & Winstone, Inc., New York (1972).

5. Irwin - Clothing for Moderns. The Macmillion Company (1957).

6. Lewis, Bowar, - Clothing Construction and – Wardrobe Planning / Macmillion

Kettunen Co., (1976).

7. Hary Mathews - Practicals Clothing Construction Part I and Part II Cosmic Press (1996).

8. Norma, Hollen & - Textiles / The Macmillion Co., New York.

Saddler


9. Wigate - Textile Fabrics and their selection. Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersy (1976).

10. Potter & Carbman - Fibre to fabric Mc Graw Hill Book Co., New York (1987).



CORE PAPER – XIV - FINE ARTS, DRAWING, SCULPTURE AND PAINTING

Theory : 3 hrs / week

Practical: 3 hrs / week
To enable students appreciate and understand the aesthetic aspects of Indian Art.

Choose the right kind of art work for various interiors.



TRADITIONAL INDIAN ART

Sculpture

Buddhist Sculpture

  1. Sarnath – Stambhas

  2. Sanchi – Toranas

  3. Bharut – Medallions

  4. Kushanas - Yahshas ad Yakshini

  5. Mathura - Buddhas

Gandhara -

Amarnath -

Sarnath - First Sermon

Gupta –


Temple Sculpture – North India

  1. Bhubaneshwar – Muktheshwara

  2. Konark – Sun Temple

  3. Khajuraho –

  4. Dilwara Temple – Mt. Abu

Temple Sculpture – South India

  1. Pallava Sculpture at Mamallapuram

  2. Great temple at Thanjavur – Brihadeeswara

  3. Mandapa of Temple complex – Chidambaram – Srirangam Horse Court.

  4. South Indian Bronze

  5. Hoysala sculpture – Halebid, Behurand, Somnathpur.

Modern Indian Art

Painting

  1. Mural tradition – Ajantha

  2. Miniature – Moghul

  3. Rajasthan – Kangra

  4. Ravi Varma

  5. Bengal School - Abanindranath Tagore

Namdalal Bose

Jamini Roy

Amrita Sher Gil

B.C. Sangal

Satish Gujarat

M.F. Hussain

Raza
f. Madras School - K.C.S Paniker

Redappa Naidu


g) Sculpture - Ramkinkar Baij

Dawierwala

Bhagat


Meera + Mirunalini

D.P. Roy Chowdhry


h) Madras School - Dhanapal

Janakiram

Nanda Gopal

Practicals :

1. Visits to various art galleries and museum.

2. Compositions of still life fruits, flowers and inanimate objects in oils acrylic parhel or any other media.

3. Village scenes with human figures and animals.

Medium – Oils acrylic partial or any media.

REFERENCES :

Art in India and the West by Sr. Edith Tomory. Orient Longman.

1. Indian Art since the early 40’s Published by Artist’s Handicrafts. Cholamandal.

2. History of Art. J.A. Vincent Barnes and Noble Inc., New York.

3. P.V. Janakiraman, Jaya Appasamy Sankhochoudhry. Lalith Kala Academy.

4. The Critical Vision, Jaya Appasamy – R.K. Bhatnagar, Lalith Kala Academy.

5. The Philosophy of Modern Art. Herbert Road, Faber & Faber Ltd.

6. Art and Architecture of India, Gossain & Co.

7. The art and Architecture of the Indian Subcontinent, J.C. Harle, Penguin Books.

8. World Religion, Pub. Konemann.

9. Splendour of Mughal painting, Ashok Kumar Dass

10. Masterpieces of Indian Temples, R.J. Mehta – D.B. Taraporewals.



CORE PAPER – XV - PRINCIPLES OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
6 hrs / week

Objectives :

To Enable Students

1. Understand the concept, scope and philosophy of Home and Science.

2. Recognise the importance of the wise of resources in home and outside.

3. Develop ability to solve management problems in the house hold.

4. Understand the process of development of the individuals in the family.

Theory :

1. Definition and meaning of Management.

2. Management process – elements involved.

3. Decision making – concept and process.

4. Values, goals and standards in relation to the management process.

5. Resource available for a family – Human and non-human resources, factors affecting the use of resources.

6. Management process applied to the use of time and energy.

7. Principles of work simplifications factors affecting the use of resources.

8. Money management and management of the use of materials – techniques of budgeting – How to augment family income.

REFERENCES :

1. Gross and Crandall – E.W. 1975 Management for Modern Families, Wiley Eastern Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

2. Nickell Paulena and Jean Muir Dorsey, 1976, 4th Edition “Management in Family Living”, Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi.

3. Devadas R.P., 1968, Textbook of Home Science, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Community Development and Co-operation, New Delhi.



PROJECT / ELECTIVE – II – COMMUNICATION AND GRAPHIC

DESIGN

Theory : 4 hrs / week

Practical: 2 hrs / week
1. Awareness of various graphic processes for students to function in any publishing house.

To provide theoretical and practical knowledge of basic design processes of any publishing process.



Theory :

I) Publishing Design :

a) Evolution and History

b) Art of the book – History evolution

c) Printing processes

d) Types – Booklets, Brochures, Folders, Posters.



II Advertsing :

1. a) Role of a advertising in modern life a) History, Evolution. B) Definition c) Advantages and disadvantages d) Advertising appeals c) Advertising through Print Media f) Broadcast Media g) Outdoor Advertising.

2. Design origin and evolution of logos.

3. Copywriting – an effective tool in advertising.


4. Marketing – A potent tool in Advertising – Fundamental processes.

5. Typography – Various aspects.


III Photography – Camera – Functions and uses – Photographic processes – A basic Understanding

Practicals :

a) Project

1) Compilation and research of any product from start to finish.

2) Photograph to be compiled on given themes.

b) Basic Design exercises – Elements and Principles of Design.

c) Application Design – Stained glass, grills, Ceramic Design.

d) Decorative Handwriting – (Block, straight, gothic, fancy and calligraphy)

e) Letter composition in different kind of alphabets.


REFERENCES :

1. Encyclopedia of Typefaces - Johnson.

2. Sign Language – Constantin & Jacobson.

3. Prints – Best Logos.

4. Letterset - Technical Manual.

5. Anatomy of Lettering.

6. Foundation of Advertising Theory and Practise – S.A. Churawala and K.C. Sethia – Himalaya Publishing House New Delhi.

7. Publishing Design Welson Ray. Paul and Baberque. Lowa W.C. Brown Company Publishers.

8. Breaking the Rules of Publication Design. Supon Phorni Runlit. F & W Publication Inc. 1507 Dana Avenue, Cicinnati OHIO 45207.

9. The grammer of Ornament – Owen Jones – Dover Pub. 31, East 2nd St., Mineolo, New York.

10. Ogilvy on Advertising – David Ogilvy

Prion Book Ltd., Imperial Works, London NW5#ED

Wwwprionbooks.com

11. Colour Calligraphy – David Graham Search Press Ltd., North Farm Road, Turn bridge kent TN 23DR.

12. Japanese Border Designs Theodore Menten Dover Edition.

13. The first Photography by Peter Smith – Guiness Supulation, G. Britain.

14. Letterart – Book sell Agencies.


10. B.Sc. DEGREE COURSE IN NUTRITION, FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT AND DIETETICS
SYLLABUS
SEMESTER - III
CORE-PAPER V - BIO-CHEMISTRY

Theory - 4 hrs/week

Practicals-2hrs/week

OBJECTIVES

To introduce the students to

1. The principles of Biochemistry

2. A basic understanding of the functions of biological systems in relation to Nutritional biochemistry

3. The skills in qualitative tests and quantitative estimation of nutrients.
THEORY
1. Introduction to Biochemistry, definitions and relation to nutrition.
2. Physico chemical forces acting on the living body.
Definition of pH, its determination, maintenance of pH of blood.
Buffers and electrolytes in the body and their functions – Potassium, chlorine, sodium.
3. Carbohydrate – structure, general reaction of mono, di, tri and oligo saccharides, interconversion of sugars – metabolism of carbohydrate – glucose oxidation through glycolysis – Krebs – TCA cycle, pentose phosphate cycle – gluconeogenesis.
4. Amino acids – classification, chemical properties due to amino and carboxyl groups. Chromatographic separation.
5. Peptides – structure and nomenclature, determination of amino acids sequence.
6. Proteins – primary, secondary, tertiary structure of proteins – Hydrolysis of proteins – Denaturation, precipitation, coagulation, metabolism of proteins, general pathways of metabolism of amino acids. Deamination, transamination, decarboxylation – urea cycle fate of carbon skeleton of amino acids.
7. Lipids and lipid metabolism – chemical composition of fats  oxidation of fatty acids, metabolism of unsaturated fatty acids. Bio synthesis of fatty acids – formation of aceto acetate ketogenesis Cholestrol – Biosynthesis and metabolism.
8. Nucleic acids and protein biosynthesis bases, nucleotides, purines and pyrimidines structure and function.
9. Inter relationship between carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism – Hormonal regulation of metabolism.
10. Enzymes, classification, Nomenclature factors affecting enzyme activity; mechanism of Enzyme action – Coenzymes and prosthetic groups – Role of B vitamins.
11. Inborn errors of metabolism with reference to carbohydrate – Fructosuria and galactosemia. Protein – Phenyl ketonuria, Alcaptonuria, amino aciduria.
12. Mineral metabolism – calcium and phosphorus, iron and copper, water balance-intake, output-regulatory metabolism – changes in the volume of body water – dehydration and over-dehydration.
13. Acid – Base – balance Buffer systems – respiratory mechanism – renal mechanism:
Excretion of acid
Excretion of ammonia – disturbance in acid base balance – acidosis – alkalosis.

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