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Demonstration – Experiments


  1. Demonstration of Stomatal movement.

  2. Induction of roots in leaves by auxins.


REFERENCE BOOKS :

  1. Buchanan, B.B., Gruissem, W. and Jones, R.L. 2000. Biochemistry and Molecular

Biology of Plants, American Society of Plant Physiologists, Maryland, USA.

  1. Dennis, D.T., Turpin, D.H., Lefebvre, D.D. and Layzell, D.B. (Eds) 1997. Plant Metabolism (second edition). Longman Essex, England.

  2. Galston, A.W. 1989. Life Processes in Plants. Scientific American Library, Springer-Verlag, New York, USA.

  3. Hooykaas, P.J.J., Hall M.A. and Libbenga, K.R. (eds) 1999. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plant Hormones, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  4. Hopkins, W.G. 1995. Introduction to Plant Physiology. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, USA.

  5. Lodish, H., Berk, A., Zipursky, S.L., Matsudaira P., Baltimore, D. and Darnell, J. 2000. Molecular Cell Biology (fourth edition). W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, USA.

  6. Moore, T.C. 1989. Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Hormones (second edition). Springer-Verlag, NewYork, USA.

  7. Nobel, P.S. 1999. Physiochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology (second edition), Academic Press, San Diego, USA.

  8. Salisbury, F.B. and Ross, C.W. 1992. Plaut Physiology (4th edition). Wadsworth Publishing Co., California, USA.

  9. Singhal, G.S., Renger, G., Sopory, S.K., Irrgang, K.D. and Govindjee 1999., Concepts in Photobiology : Photosynthesis and Photomorphogenesis. Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi.

  10. Taiz, L. and Zeiger, E. 1998. Plant Physiology (2nd edition). Sinauer Associates, Inc., Publishers, Massachusetts, USA.

  11. Thomas, B. and Vince-Prue, D. (1997) Photoperiodism in Plants (second edition). Academic Press, San Diego. USA.

  12. Westhoff, P. (1998) Molecular Plant Development from Gene to Plant. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

  13. Jain, JL. 1979. Fundamentals of Biochemistry, Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi

  14. Jain, VK. 2006. Fundamentals of Plant Physiology, S.Chand&Company Ltd.,

  15. Verma, SK. 2006. A Textbook of Plant Physiology, S.K.Chand & Co., New Delhi

  16. Conn, E & Stumpf, PK. 1979. Outline of Biochemistry Niley Easdtern Ltd., New Delhi

  17. Metz, ET. 1960. Elements of Biochemistry. V.F & S (P) Ltd., Bombay

  18. Noggle and Fritz, 1976. Introductory Plant Physiology, Prentice Hall, New Delhi

  19. Pandey, SN & Sinha, BK. 1989. Plant Physiology, Vikas Publishing House Ltd., New Delhi

  20. Robert M. Devlin. 1970. Plant Physiology, East West Press, New Delhi

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III YEAR - VI SEMESTER
PAPER- XV PRACTICAL- IV
( COVERING THEORY PAPERS IN VI SEMESTER
PAPERS XIII and XIV)

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V SEMESTER
ELECTIVE- I HORTICULTURE

UNIT- I

Brief history of horticulture , horticultural classification, horticultural crops, Economic importance; Essentials of nursery ManagementSoil management: Garden soil, Physical and chemical properties of soil, Organic matter, Compost, Cultural practices; Water management: Water quality, Irrigation, Mulching. Nursery structures: Protected cultivation (greenhouses), environment controls.


UNIT- II

Hydroponic culture-types of container. Use of manures and fertilizers in Horticultural crop production. Organic farming. Environment factors influencing vegetable and fruit production..


UNIT- III

Horticultural crops protection - physical control: pruning. Biological control, chemical control- pesticides, fungicides and insecticides.


UNIT- IV

Plant propagation- cutting, layering, grafting. Indoor gardening . Orcharding, vegetable farming, floriculture, ornamental gardening and landscape horticulture.


UNIT- V

Technology of horticultural crops market preparation: harvesting and handling, packaging and transport, storage; chemical treatment. Food processing -freezing, bottling and canning, drying and chemical preservation.


REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. H.T. Hartmann and D.E. Kester 1989. Plant propagation – principles and practices. Half of India New Delhi.

2. T.K.Bose and Mitra and Sadhu, 1991. propagation of tropical and subtropical horticultural crops. Naya Prakash.

3. Singh S.P 1989 Mist propagation Metropolitan book Co., New Delhi.

4. Arditti, A., 1977. Orchid biology, Gornell Univ., Press. Ithaca.

5. Bose, T.K., and Bhattacharjee, S.C., 1980. Orchids of India.

5. Mukherjee, S.K., 1983. Orchids ICAR, New Delhi.

6. Wltz., S., 1972. The world of gladiolus, NAGC, USA.

7. Bailey, S., 1971. Perpectual flowering carnation, Fabner and Fabner, London.

8. Laurie, A., Kiplingr, D.D., and Nelson, K.S., 1968. Commercial flower forcing. Mc Graw-Hill Book, London.

9. Bunt, A.C., 1976. The chrysanthemum. Nat., Chrysanthemum Soc., London.

10. Cumming, R.W., 1964. The chrysanthemum Book. D.Van., Nostrand Inc.

11. Guenther, F., 1952. The essential oil. Van, Nostrand, Inc., New York.

12. Bhatcharjee, B.S., 1959. Rose growing in tropics. Thackarspink and Co., Calcutta.

13. Biswas, T.D., 1984. Rose growing – Principles and Practices – Assoc., Pub., Co.,

New Delhi.

14. Champneys, H.P., 1956. Pearsons encyclopedia of roses. Arthur Pearsons Ltd., New

Delhi.


15. Hartman, H.T. and Kester, D.E., 1989. Plant propagation printice hall Ltd., New

Delhi.


16. Larsen, R.A., 1981. Introduction to floriculture. Academic Press, New York.

17. Abraham, A. and Vatsala, P., 1981. Introduction to Orchids. Trop. Bot. Garden,

Trivendrum.

18. Bose, T.K. and Yadav, L.P., 1989. Commercial flowers. Naya Prakash, Calcutta.

Mc Daniel, G.L., 1982. Ornamental horticulture. Reston Publ., London.

19. Chadha, K.L., 1986. Ornamental horticulture in India ICAR, Krishi Bhavan, New

Delhi.

20. Meninger, E.A., 1970. Flowering vines. Hearside Press, New York.



21. Trivedi, P.P., 1983. Home gardening, ICAR, New Delhi.

22. Helleyer, A., 1976. The Collingridge Encyclopedia of gardening Chartwell Book,

Inc., New Jercy.

23. Bailey, L.H., 1963. The Standard Encyclopedia of Horticulture. Mc Million & Co.,

London.

24. Bose, T.K., and Mukharjee, D., 1977. Gardening in India. Oxford & IBH Pub., Co.,

Calcutta.

25. Gopalswamy Iyyangar, 1970. Complete gardening in India, Kalyan Printers,

Bangalore

26. Rangaswami, G. and Mahadevan, A. 1999. Diseases of Crop Plants in India (4th

edition). Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi

VI SEMESTER

ELECTIVE- II - ADVANCED PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
UNIT-I

Biotechnology – definition, history and scope. Isolation and cultivation of economically important microbes-(a) Fresh water Alga (Scenedesmus) (b) Fungus (Aspergillus)



UNIT- II

Tissue culture-media, callus formation and protoplast fusion with reference to improvement of plants.Single cell protein (SCP) – Micro-organism used in SCP (Scenedesmus and Spirulina). Nutritional value of SCP. Algal Biomass production and maintenance.


UNIT- III

Mushroom cultivation – paddy straw and oyster mushrooms, nutritional value and methods of cultivation and control of pests and pathogens.

Biofertilizers – Blue green algae, Azolla, Fungi, Mycorrhiza (AM and Ectomycorrhiza) Bacterium-Azosprilluum and Rhizobium

UNIT- IV

Production of primary metobolites – ethanol production by yeast, citric acid production by Aspergillus niger. -production of secondary metobolites – antibiotics-penicillin. enzymes from microbes and their application - amylase, proteases, renin, pectinase and glucose oxidase. Improvement of plants : alkaloid production, vaccine production luminescent plants and protein sweetener,


UNIT- V

Genetic engineering- Recominant DNA technology. Direct and indirect gene transfer mechanism in plants ( Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated gene transfer ). Development of transgenic plants with reference to insect resistance, herbicide resistance. Transgenic edible vaccine system. Phytoremediation - Pros and cons of GM food .


BOOKS :

1. Bernard R Glick & Jack J Pasternak. 2001. Molecular biotechnology-principles and

applications of recombinant DNA, (2nd Edition), ASM Press, Washington, D.C.

2. Jogdand, SN. 1997. Gene biotechnology, Himalaya Publishig House, New Delhi.

Books for Reference

3. Ernst L. Winnaccker, 2002. From Genes to Clones-introduction to gene technology,

VCR Pub., Weintein.

4. James D Watson et al., 1992. Recombinant DNA (2nd Edition), WH Freeman and Co., New York.

5. Maniatis & Sambrook. 2003. Molecular Cloning- A lab manual Vol.I, II & III,

Coldspring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York.

6. Old, RW & Primrose, SB. 2001. Principles of Gene Manipulation-an introduction to

genetic engineering, Black Well Science Ltd., New York.

7 . Bhojwani. S., Dhawan, V. and Cocking, E.C. Plant tissue culture. Springer – Verlag

8. Bajaj, Y.P.S. Plant, cell and organ culture. Springer – Verlag.

9. Bajaj, Y.P.S. (1987). Biotechnology in agriculture and forestry. Springer – Verlag

10. Halder, T. and Gadgil, V.N., 1981. Plant cell culture in crop improvement. Plenum,

New York.

11. Neuman, K.H., Barz, W., and E.Reinhard, 1985. Primary and secondary metabolism

of plant cell cultures – Springer – Verlag, Berlin.

12. Mantell, S.H., and Hedsmith, 1983. Plant biotechnology, SEB Seminar series 18,

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

13. Barz, W., Reinhard, E., and Zenk, M.H., 1977. Plant tissue culture and its

biotechnology application – Springer – Verlag, Berlin.

14. Mizrahi, A., (1988). Biotechnology in agriculture, advances in biotechnological

processes, Vol. 9, Alen R. Liss Loc; New York.

15. Scragg, A.H. The economics of mass culture. Secondary metabolism in plants,

Cambridge, London, New York.

16. Thorpe, T.A., 1978. Frontiers of plant tissue culture. University of Calgary

Publication.

17. Hu, C.Y. and P.J.Wang, 1984. Hand book of plant cell culture Vol.1. Mac million,

New York.

19. Reinert, J. and Y.P.S.Bajaj, 1977. Applied and fundamental aspects of plant cell –

tissue culture and organ culture – Springer – Verlag, Heidelbery, Berlin.

20. Gleba, Y.Y. and Sytnik, K.M. (1984). Genetic engineering in higher plants – Springer

– Verlag, Heidelbery.

21. Bhajwani. S., and Razdan, 1984. Plant tissue culture. Theory and practice.




ELECTIVE- III
PLANT PATHOLOGY


Unit- I

A brief history of plant pathology; Principles of plant pathology; Symptometology-study of infection – entry of fungal, bacterial and viral pathogens; Leaf spot, Blight, Wilt, Rot, Rust, Smut, Powdery mildew, Downy mildew, Leaf mosaicand Phyllody.




Unit- II

Dissemination of pathogens – spore dispersal, role of vectors in viral transmission, influence of weather-wind, temperature and humidity.


Unit -III

Disease resistance –morphological, cytological biochemical and genetical. Role of toxins and enzymes in plant pathogenesis.


Unit -IV

Modern methods of disease forecast-epiphytotics-causes , course, decline and prophylaxis; Cultural, breeding and chemical control – protectant and systemic fungicides. Molecular techniques in plant pathology, Detection of plant pathogens using molecular tools. Incorporation of resistant genesis.



Unit -V

Study of causal organisms and symptoms of a) Blast disease of Rice b) Red rot of Sugarcane c) Tikka of Ground–Nut d) Bacterial blight of Rice 3) Citrus canker f) Leaf curl of Papaya g) Fusarium wilt of Cotton .Plant protection – Prevention, eradication – chemical, biological, genetical-breeding, hybridization – immunization.


REFERENCE BOOKS

1. Bilgrami, K.S. and Dubey, H.C.1985. Text book of Modern Plant Pathology. Vikas Publishing House Pvt.Ltd.

2. Chandhiwala, K.M.1996. Recent advances in Plant Pathology, Series 1 : Introduction to Plant Pathology. Anmol Publications Pvt., Ltd., New Delhi.

3.      Pathak, V.N., Khattri, N.K. and Manish Pathak. 1996. Fundamentals of Plant Pathology. Agro Botanical Publishers(India ), Bikaner.

4.      Vander Plank, J.E.1963. Plant diseases: Epidemics and control. Academic Press, London.

5. Vidhyasekaran, P. 1997. Fungal pathogenesis in plants and crops : Molecular biology and host defense mechanisms. Marcel Dekker, New York p.553.

6.      Vidhyasekaran,P. 1988. Physiology of disease resistance in plants. Vol.I. CRC Press, Florida, p.149.

6      Vidhyasekaran,P.1988. Physiology of disease resistance in plants. Vol.II. CRC Press, Florida, p.127.

7.      Gurr, S.J.,Mc Pherson, M.J and Bowles, D.J, 1982. Molecular Plant Pathology: A Practical approach Vol. II. IRL Press, Oxford, England, p.304.

8.      Goodman, R.N.Kiraly, Z and Wood, K.R, 1986. The Biochemistry and physiology of plant diseases. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, MO, p.433.

10. Agrios, G.N.1992. Plant Pathology. Academic Press, London.

11      Bill, D.S and W.C. Mandal, 1989. Pests and Diseases of Tropical Crops, Longman Group,U.K

12. Dasgupta, M.K. and W.C.Mandal, 1989. Post Harvest Pathology of Perishables. Oxford and IBH Publishing CO, Pvt, Ltd, New Delhi.

13.    Mehrotra, R.S.1985. Plant Pathology, Tata Mc Grew Hill Pub.Co., New Delhi.

14.    Parry, D.1990. Plant Pathology in Agriculture. Cambridge University Press, New York.

16. B.Sc. DEGREE COURSE IN PSYCHOLOGY

SYLLABUS
SEMESTER III
CORE PAPER – V DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY I
UNIT - I

Human development, period of life span, Conception through birth: Fertilization, heredity

and environment, prenatal development, birth: stages, methods, and settings of childbirth.
UNIT - II

Characteristics of infancy and early childhood - physical development, health, motor,

sensory, emotional, and perceptual development; characteristics of late childhood,

developmental tasks, physical development, health, motor skills, cognition and language.


UNIT - III

Cognitive development: Piaget sensory motor stage, Piaget preoperational stage; Piaget stage of concrete operations, moral development, personality in late childhood, development of self-concept, Freud’s latency period, Erickson’s industry versus inferiority, social learning theory, Piaget stage of formal operations, moral development.


UNIT - IV

Characteristics of adolescence, developmental tasks of adolescence, physical changes, maturation in adolescence, psychological impact of physical changes, health concerns of adolescence, aspects of intellectual development.


UNIT - V

Social changes during adolescence: interests, theoretical perception in adolescence, identity formation, approved sex roles, family relationships, relationship with peers, personality changes, hazards of adolescence, problems of adolescence: teenage pregnancy, Juvenile delinquency, positive view of adolescence.


REFERENCE:

1. Papilia, Diane E., Sally Wendos Olds (2005). Human Development. 9th Edition. Tata

McGraw Hill Publishing Co.

2. Hurlock, E. (1980). Developmental Psychology. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing.

3. Shaffer, David R. (1993). Developmental Psychology. IV Edition Brooks / Cole

Publishing Company.

4. Smith, Barry D. (1998). Psychology Science and Understanding The McGraw-Hill

Company.


5. Santrock, John W. (2007). Adolescence. 11th edition. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company.

6. Santrock, John W. (2007). Child Development. 11th edition. Tata McGraw Hill

Publishing Company.

CORE PAPER – VI EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (Practical)
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS (Any 10)


  1. Distraction of Attention

  2. Division of Attention

  3. Span of Attention

  4. Muller Lyer Illusion

  5. Tweezer Dexterity

  6. Insight and Trial & Error Learning

  7. Mirror Drawing

  8. Transfer of Learning - Habit Interference

  9. Maze Learning

  10. Knowledge of Results

  11. Concept Formation

  12. Problem Solving

  13. Bhatia’s Battery

  14. Color Preference

  15. Level of Aspiration

  16. MISC

  17. Progressive Weights

  18. Level of Aspiration

Marks = 100 Internal = 25 (Record-15, Assignment-5, Test-5)



External = 75 (Viva-20, Record-5, Conduction-15, Plan and

Procedure-10, Results and Tabulation-10, Discussion-10, Conclusions 5)




ALLIED SUBJECT

PAPER III STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY
UNIT – I

Meaning; need and importance of statistics. Functions and limitations of statistics; Source of data, .Primary and secondary;. Measurement: Scales of measurement: nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio scales; Discrete and continuous variables, Descriptive and Inferential statistical methods.




UNIT –II

Organization of Data: Tabulation and Classification of Data, Frequency Distributions: Discrete and continuous; cumulative frequencies, percentage frequencies.


UNIT – III

Graphical representations: Advantages, Shape of frequency distributions: Unimodal, bimodal, Frequency distribution: symmetrical and skewed distributions, Normal and Kurtosis distribution, Frequency graphs: Histograms, frequency polygon; Ogive Graphical representation of ungrouped data – bar diagram, Pie diagram, graphs.


UNIT – IV

Measures of central tendencies: Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, weighted mean, combined mean, median and mode. Merits and demerits of measures of central tendencies.


UNIT – V

Measures of variability: The range, Inter quartile and semi- quartile range, standard deviation and variance. Combined SD; coefficient of variation. Measures of Association; correlation: The scatter Diagram; Patterns of correlation: Linear and curvilinear; Types: Positive and Negative linear correlation, Zero strength of the correlation, the correlation coefficient: methods: Pearson Product-moment, Rank order method.



REFERENCE:

  1. Arthur Aron, Elaine N. Aron, Elliot. J. Coups. (2006). Statistics for Psychology.(4th edt.).New Delhi: Pearson Education Inc.

  2. Frederick. J. Gravetter & Larry . B. Walluan (1995). Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences. 2nd ed. New York: West Publishing Company.

  3. Gupta,S.P. (2002). Statistical Methods. New Delhi: Sultan Chand and sons, New Delhi.

  4. S.K. Mangal (2002) Statistics in Psychology and Education. (2nd edt). New Delhi:

Prentice – Hall of India.

  1. Garrett, HE (1968). Statistics for Psychology and Education.

  2. Jack Lewin and James Alan Fox (2006). Elementary Statistics in Social Research.10th edition. New Delhi: Pearson Education



SEMESTER IV
CORE PAPER – VII DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY II
UNIT - I

Characteristics of adulthood, physical, sensory, and psychomotor functioning, health in

adulthood, changes in interest in adulthood, social mobility, sex role adjustment, personal

and social hazards of adulthood, intellectual development, vocational adjustment, marital

adjustment, adjustment to parenthood.
UNIT - II

Characteristics of middle age, developmental tasks, physical changes, sensory, psychomotor functioning, health in middle age, intellectual development.


UNIT – III

Personal and social hazards, changes to interest, works in the middle age, adjustment to changed family patterns, marital hazards of middle age, adjustment to single-hood, adjustment to loss of a spouse, relationship with maturing children and aging parents.


UNIT - IV

Characteristics of old age, developmental tasks, physical development, sensory and psychomotor functioning, intellectual development, health in old age, social adjustment in old age, physical hazards, psychological hazards, religion, and emotional well being.


UNIT – V

Social issues related to aging, relationship with siblings, friends, adult children; family management of elder care, adjustment to retirement, adjustment to single-hood, vocational and family hazards of old age, living arrangements for the elderly; Death: facing death; three aspects of death.


REFERENCE:

1. Papalia, Diane E., Olda Sally Wendoke (2005). Human Development. 9th Edition.

Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.

2. Hurlock, E. Developmental Psychology (1995). IV Edition. Tata McGraw Hill

Publishing.

3. Shaffer, David R. (1993). Developmental Psychology. IV Edition. Brooks / Cole

Publishing Company.

4. Smith, Barry D. (1998). Psychology Science and Understanding. The McGraw-Hill

Company.

5. Gohale, S.D., Ramamurti, P.V., Pandit, N. & Pandal, B. (1999). Aging in India.

Mumbai Somaign Publication Pvt. Ltd.

6. Chakravarthy, L. (1997). Life in Twilight Years, Calcutta: Kwality Books Co.

7. Biswas, S.K. (1987).Aging in Contemporary India. Calcutta: The Indian Anthropological Society,

8. Birren, J.E. & Schaie, W. (1996). Handbook of Psychology of Aging. New York: Academic Press



CORE PAPER – VIII PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
LIST OF PAPER PENCIL TESTS (Any 10)


  1. Expression of Emotions

  2. Student Stress Scale

  3. Multiple Intelligence Scale

  4. Eysenck Personality Inventory

  5. Self-concept Questionnaire

  6. Emotional Maturity Scale

  7. Job Satisfaction Scale

  8. Career Maturity Scale

  9. Organizational Climate Inventory

  10. Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices

  11. Superstition Scale

  12. Strait & Trait Anxiety Scale

  13. Strait & Trait Anger Expression Inventory

  14. Self-esteem Scale

  15. Social Maturity Scale

  16. Social Distance Scale

  17. Religious Attitude Scale

  18. Altruism

Marks = 100 Internal = 25 (Record-15, Assignment-5, Test-5)



External = 75 (Viva-20, Record-5, Conduction-15, Plan and

Procedure-10, Results and Tabulation-10, Discussion-10, Conclusions 5)




ALLIED SUBJECT
PAPER – IV- MARKETING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

Unit I

Marketing in the Twenty first century: definition, Scope of Marketing – Core marketing concepts; Direct and Online marketing – Advantages and Disadvantages.


Unit II

Market Segmentation – Levels and patterns of market segmentation, Segmenting consumer and business markets; Market targeting; Marketing mix.


Unit III

Understanding Consumer Behavior – Field and scope of consumer Behavior; Type of consumers; Major factors influencing Buyer Behavior; cultural, social, personal and psychological factors.


Unit IV

The Buying Decision process; Buying roles, buying behavior; Levels of consumer decision making; Models of consumers; Consumer Adoption process; the stages of buying – decision process.


Unit V

Consumer research: History, consumer research process; conducting a research study; consumerism.

Guest lectures by experts in the field of marketing must be arranged.

REFERENCE


  1. Kotler, Philip (2001). Marketing Management. Millenium edition. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.

  2. Schiffman, L.G. and Kanuk, L.L (1999). Consumer Behavior. 12th edition. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.



SEMESTER V
CORE PAPER – IX PSYCHOPATHOLOGY I
UNIT - I

Definition of abnormal behavior, Incidence of mental disorders, Historical views of abnormal behavior, Humanitarian approach, Contemporary views of abnormal behavior.


UNIT – II

Causal and risk factors for abnormal behavior- Biological view point and causal factor, Psychosocial view point and causal factor, Socio cultural view point and causal factor.


UNIT – III

Anxiety disorders – Specific phobia, social phobia, panic disorders with and without Agora phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder; Biological psychosocial and socio cultural causal factors for all anxiety disorders, Treatment and outcome.


UNIT – IV

Somatoform and dissociative disorder- Somatoform disorder- Hypochondriasis, Somatization disorder, Pain disorder, Conversion disorder and Body dysmorphic disorder

Dissociative disorders- Depersonalization disorder, Dissociation amnesia and fugue, Dissociative identity disorder, Biological, Psychosocial and socio cultural causal factors of somatoform and dissociative disorders, Treatment and outcomes.
UNIT – V

Prevention and treatment- Perspectives on prevention, Psychological approach to treatment- Behaviour therapy, Cognitive and cognitive behavioural therapies, Humanistic and experiential therapy, Psychodynamic therapy, Family and marital therapy, Eclectism and integration.


REFERENCE:


  1. David H. Barlow & Durand V. Mark (2000). Abnormal psychology. 2nd edition . New York: Brooks\Cole Publishing Co.,

  2. Robert C. Carson, James N. Butcher, Susan Mineka,Jill M. Hooley (2007). Abnormal psychology. 13th edition. Pearson Education.

  3. James C. Coleman (1976). Abnormal psychology and modern life. 5th edition . Scott, Foresman and Company.

  4. Irwin G. Sarason, Barbara Sarason (2005) . Abnormal psychology. New Delhi: Prentice Hall Publication.

CORE PAPER – X PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND MEASUREMENT
UNIT – I

Introduction to Research Methodology: Meaning of Research – Objectives of Research – Types of Research – Significance of Research – Research Process – Criteria of Good Research.


UNIT – II

Methods of Data Collection & Analysis of Data: Collection of Primary data: Observation method, Interview method, Questionnaires, schedules, other methods - Collection of Secondary Data – Case study Method – Survey Method.


Processing Data – Analysis: Descriptive Vs Inferential Analysis – Statistics in Research

UNIT – III

Sampling Fundamentals: Need for sampling – Steps in sample design – Types of sample Designs: Non-probability sampling – Probability sampling – Complex Random Sample Designs: Systematic sampling, Stratified sampling, Cluster sampling, Area sampling, Multistage sampling, Sampling with probability proportional to size, Sequential sampling.



UNIT – IV

Measurement and Scaling Techniques: Measurement in Research – Measurement scales – Sources of error in measurement – Tests of sound measurement – Technique of developing Measurement tools; Scaling – Meaning of scaling – scale classification bases – Important scaling techniques – Scale construction techniques.


UNIT – V

Report Writing: Technique of Interpretation – Precautions – Significance of Report writing – Steps – Types of Report writing – Mechanics of writing a report – Precautions.


Reference:


  1. Haslam S Alexander & Mc Garty Craig. (2003). Research Methods & Statistics in Psychology. New Delhi: Sage Publications India Pvt Limited.

  2. Guilford J.P. Research Methods in Social Sciences.


CORE PAPER – XI APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
UNIT - I

What is applied psychology- fields of applied Psychology, the science and profession of Psychology- who is an applied Psychologist? Brief review of research methods used in applied settings.


UNIT - II

Psychology in business and industrial settings- Engineering Psychology- the role of engineering psychologist- Industrial and Organizational Psychology – the role of Organizational Psychologist- Organizational Development- the role of Organizational development professionals- Applied Cognitive Psychology- the role of applied Cognitive Psychologist- Consumer Psychology- the role of Consumer Psychologist.


UNIT - III

Psychology in community settings- Clinical Psychology- the role of Clinical Psychologist- Community Psychology- the role of Community Psychologist- Health Psychology- the role of Health Psychologist- Applied Social Psychology- the role of Applied Social Psychologist- Applied Environmental Psychology-the role of Environmental Psychologist.


UNIT - IV

Psychology and Human Development- Applied Psychology in Education- School Psychology- the role of School Psychologist- Applied Sport Psychology- the role of Sport Psychologist- Applied Developmental Psychology- the role of Applied Developmental Psychologist.


UNIT - V

Psychology and Medicine- Psychology in medical practice, Psychology in medical education, Psychology in health research, Psychosomatic medicine, Somato Psychology, Forensic Psychology.


REFERENCE:

  1. Anne Anastasi. Fields of Applied Psychology. McGraw Hill Book Company

  2. W.L.Gregory, W.J.Burroughs (1989). Introduction to Applied Psychology. Scott, Foresman and Company.

  3. Oamar Hasan (1998). Applied Psychology: Indian Perspective. New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House.


CORE PAPER – XII SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY – I
UNIT-I

Introduction to Social Psychology: Social Psychology: A Working Definition; History of Social Psychology, research methods in social psychology; Social Psychology in the new millennium


UNIT -II

Social Cognition: Self-concept – Perceived Self-control – Self-Serving Bias – Self-Presentation/Impression Formation and Impression Management- Attribution- theories of attribution, attribution errors



UNIT-III

Attitudes and Behavior: Attitude formation: how and why attitudes develop; do attitudes determine behavior? Does behavior determine attitudes? Why do actions affect attitudes? – Theory of cognitive dissonance- The fine Art of Persuasion – Resistance to Persuasion


UNIT-IV

Conformity: Definition- When do people conform? Why do people conform? Who conforms? Classic studies- Sheriff, Asch, Milgram’s obedience studies - Resisting Social Pressure


UNIT-V

Interpersonal attraction & altruism: The Beginning of Attraction: Proximity and Emotions – Becoming Acquainted: The need to affiliate and the Effect of Observable characteristics. Altruism- why do we help? When will we help? Whom do we help? Increasing helping behaviour.




REFERENCE

  1. Myers David G. (2002). Social Psychology, 7th Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company.

  2. Baron A. & Byrne D. (2002). Social Psychology, 10th edition, Prentice-Hall of India.


ELECTIVE I

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

UNIT - I

Introduction to Health Psychology- Definition of Health Psychology- why is the field of health psychology needed- Models in Health Psychology- Training for a career in health psychology.


UNIT - II

Health promotion and the practice of health behaviour- Introduction to health behaviour- barriers to effective health promotion- factors influencing the practice of health behaviour.


UNIT - III

Modification of health behaviour- changing health behaviour by changing health beliefs- Cognitive behavioural approaches to health behaviour change- Appropriate venue for health habit modification.


UNIT - IV

Health enhancing behaviour- Exercise- benefits, determinants of regular exercise – Accident prevention- Cancer related health behaviour- weight control, maintaining a healthy diet.


UNIT - V

Health compromising behaviour- Alcoholism and problem drinking- Smoking- why do people smoke- Intervention to reduce smoking- smoking prevention.



REFERENCE:

  1. Shelley E.Taylor (1995). Health Psychology. 6th edition. Tata McGraw Hill edition.

  2. Edward P.Sarafino (1994). Health Psychology. Joha Wiley and Sons

  3. David F Marks, Michael Murray, Brian Evans, Carla Willig, Cailine Woodall and Catherine M.Sykes (2008). Health Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice. 2nd edition. New Delhi: Sage Publications.


PROJECT

Students must submit 3 Case study Reports (compulsory) from three different areas mentioned below:



Health and Organizational Psychology
Physical, Mental Health, Deviant Behaviour, Adjustment Problems, Special Children,

Neurological Disorders, Educational Institutions, Retail Outlets, Service Industries, NGO.

Marks = 100 Internal = 25 External = 75 (Viva = 25 Report = 50)

Credits = 5



SEMESTER VI
CORE PAPER – XIII PSYCHOPATHOLOGY II
UNIT I

Mood disorders- Unipolar mood disorders, Biological, psychosocial, socio cultural causal factors in Unipolar mood disorders, Bipolar disorders, Biological, Psychosocial and socio cultural causal factors affecting bipolar disorders, Treatment and outcomes.


UNIT II

Schizophrenia- schizophrenia and clinical picture, subtypes of Schizophrenia, Causes of schizophrenia, Treatment and outcomes.


UNIT III

Personality disorders- Clinical features, categories of personality disorders, Treatment and outcomes; Antisocial personality disorder and Psychopathy, etiology and treatment of antisocial personality disorder and Psychopathy


UNIT IV

Addiction disorders- Alcohol abuse and dependence, Drug abuse and drug dependence, Treatment and outcome.


UNIT V

Sexual variants, sexual abuse and Sexual dysfunctions- Sexual and gender variants, sexual abuse, sexual dysfunction, causes and treatment of sexual dysfunctions.



REFERENCE:


  1. David H. Barlow& Durand V. Mark (2000). Abnormal psychology. 2nd edition. Brooks\Cole Publishing Co.

  2. Robert C. Carson, James N. Butcher, Susan Mineka,Jill M. Hooley (2007). Abnormal Psychology. 13th edition. Pearson Education.

  3. James C. Coleman (1976). Abnormal Psychology and Modern Life. 5th ed. Scott, Foresman and Company.

  4. Irwin G. Sarason, Barbara Sarason (2005). Abnormal Psychology. New Delhi: Prentice Hall Publication.

CORE PAPER – XIV ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
UNIT I

Introduction: Definition, scope and historical development of organizational psychology,

Pioneers on personnel selection, Challenges for organizational Psychology – virtual work place, virtual employees, worker involvement, changing technology and skills.
UNIT – II

Organizational Structure: Organizational Structure – Definition, Common organizational designs, New design options, Organizational designs and employee behaviour, Organizational Culture – Definition, creating and sustaining an ethical and customer responsive culture, How employees learn culture, Spirituality and Organizational culture. Organizational Dynamics – Contemporary issues for managers, stimulating innovation, creating a learning organization, forces for change, managing planned change, resistance to change.


UNIT – III

Work Team, Leadership and Communication: Leadership – Definitions; Trait, behavioral and contingency theories; Inspirational approaches to leadership; Ethical and online leadership; Finding and creating effective leaders. Communication – Functions and process of communication; organizational communication (Formal small group networks, the grapevine, computer aided communication), Barriers to effective communication. Differences between groups and teams, Types of teams, creating effective teams, Teams and quality management.


UNIT – IV

Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction: Early theories of work motivation – Need Hierarchy, Theory X and Theory Y; Two Factor theory. Contemporary theories of motivation: ERG theory; McClelland’s theory of needs. Job satisfaction and work attitudes – Importance of work attitudes and opinions in industry. Job Satisfaction and its influence on work behaviour.


UNIT – V

Work Environment: Physical working conditions – illumination, noise, color, music, temperature and humidity. Work Schedules – work hours, shift work, rest pauses. Accidents and Safety – causes of accidents (individual and situational factors), prevent of accidents.


REFERENCE

  1. Schultz, D. and Schultz, S.E. (2004). Psychology and Work Today. Delhi: Pearson Inc.

  2. Mc Cormick, E.J. and Ilgen, D.R. (1984). Industrial psychology. New Delhi: Prentic Hall of India.

  3. Robbins, S.P. (2005). Organizational Behavior. 11th Edition. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.



CORE PAPER – XV SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY – II
UNIT – I

Group Dynamics: What is a Group – Formation of groups- Types of Groups social facilitation, social loafing; Deindividuation – Group Polarization – Group think – Minority Influence.



UNIT – II

Aggression: Theoretical Perspectives- Biological theories, Drive theories, Modern theories; Determinants of aggression- Social determinants, Situational determinants; Prevention and control of aggression.


UNIT – III

Prejudice: The Nature and Power of Prejudice - Sources of Prejudice- Social Sources; cognitive sources; emotional sources – Techniques for countering the effects of Prejudice in India.


UNIT – IV

Conflict and Peace Making: Conflict- Social dilemmas, competition, perceived injustice; Misperception. Peacemaking – Contact, co-operation, communication, conciliation.


UNIT – V

Application of Social Psychology: Applying Social Psychology to the

(i) Legal System: Effects of police procedures and media coverage; Eyewitness Testimony- Effects of judges and defendants.

(ii) Organization: Job satisfaction: Attitudes about work, Prosocial behaviour at work, Leadership: Patterns of influence within groups.

(iii) Health: Responding to health related information- the emotional and physiological effects of stress- coping with stress.

Applying Social Psychology to Sports, Military and Media.


REFERENCE


  1. Myers, David G. (2002). Social Psychology. 7th Edition, McGraw Hill Book Co.

  2. Baron A & Byrne. (2003). Social Psychology. 10th Edition, Prentice Hall


ELECTIVE II
COUNSELLING AND GUIDANCE
UNIT – I

Introduction: Definitions of Counselling – Guidance: Role of counseling in guidance – Scope of counselling – The client counsellor relationship – Characteristics of an effective counselor – Counselling Skills - Dimensions of Counsellor functioning – Ethical issues in counseling.


UNIT – II

Approaches to Counselling: The Directive approach – Humanistic approach – Roger’s Client centered approach – Behaviouristic approach – Existential approach – The Minnesota point of view – The Eclectic approach.


UNIT – III

The Counselling Process: Goals of counseling – Relationship Establishment – Problem Identification and Exploration: Planning for Problem solving – Solution, Application and Termination – Evaluation.


UNIT – IV

Educational and Vocational Guidance: Guidance needs related to education – Aptitudes and Interests – Guidance at school level – Guidance towards life goals – Educational counseling. Vocational Guidance – Theories of vocational development – The vocational counseling process – Exploration and contract setting – The state of critical decision.


UNIT – V

Counselling of Special Groups: Life Skills Training – Relationship counseling – Counselling women – Counselling older adults – Business and Industry – People who abuse drugs – People who use Tobacco – People who abuse alcohol - People with AIDS – Victims of abuse – Counselling the differently abled and their care givers – People in poverty – Counselling relating to sexual identity issues.


REFERENCE:

1. Gibson L Robert & Mitchell H Marianne. (2003). Introduction to counseling and

Guidance. 6th edn. Delhi: Pearson Education

2. Nelson-Jones. (1995). The theory and practice of counseling. 2nd Edn. London: Holt,

Rinehart and Winston Ltd.

3. Burnard Philip. (1995). Counselling Skills Training – A sourcebook of Activities. New

Delhi: Viva Books Private Limited.
ELECTIVE III
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

UNIT I

Introduction to HRM – Definition and Scope of HRM – Functions of HRM – Role of HRM in the organisation – Changing trends and Challenges in HRM


UNIT II

Recruiting and Selection- Human Resource Planning (short and long term) –Job analysis, description and specification-Recruitment and Selection - Sources of recruiting – The different processes in recruiting – Advantages and disadvantages of different methods of recruitment – Interviews and methods of interviews


UNIT III

Training and Development – Need for training – Training Need analysis – Designing training courses – Training methodology – Training effectiveness – Training at Different Levels – Managing star performers and underperformers – Grievances and Redressal – multiskilling – HR process reengineering


UNIT IV

Performance Assessment – approach to performance appraisal – Stages in Performance evaluation - Performance Evaluation Systems – Different Methods– MBO – 360* evaluation – Balanced score Card etc– Assessment Centres – Link of performance evaluation to rewards – PE and Development


UNIT V Compensation and Benefits: Different components of Compensation Benefits – Productivity and Performance related compensation- Role of Compensation in retention, Development and career progression


REFERENCE:

Keith Davis & John W. Newstrom (2006 ) .Human relations at work. New York: McGraw Hill.

Edwin B. Flippo (1984) Personnel Management. New York: McGraw Hill.

T.V.Rao (2006) Human Resource Management. New York: McGraw Hill.

Michael Armstrong(2001) A Handbook of Human Resource Practice. 8th Edn, London: Kogan.

David S. Decenzo and Stephen Robbins( 1988) Personnel/Human Resource Management. 3rd Edn.New Delhi: Prentice Hall.

Venkata Ratham C.S, Shrivastava B.K(1998) Personnel Management & Human Resources. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill.

Ashwathappa . K (2005) Human Resource and Personnel Management: Text and Cases. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill.




PROJECT
Students must submit 2 Survey Reports (Compulsory) each from different areas mentioned below:

Mental Health Problems, Physical Health Problems, Issues pertaining to Women, Social Psychology, Environmental Psychology, Consumer behaviour, Child Psychology, Old age problems.


Report should be submitted not exceeding 75 pages

Marks = 200 Internal = 50 External = 150 (Viva = 50 Report = 100)

Credits = 10
17. B.Sc. DEGREE COURSE IN SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

SYLLABUS

SEMESTER III

Title of the Course/

CORE Paper –V

DATA STRUCTURES THROUGH C++

Objective of the course

This course introduces the basic concepts of programming in C++ and Data Structures

Course outline

Unit 1: Introduction to C++; Tokens, Keywords, Identifiers, Variables, Operators, Manipulators, Expressions and Control Structures in C++; Pointers - Functions in C++ ‑ Main Function ‑ Function Prototyping ‑ Parameters Passing in Functions - Values Return by Functions - Inline Functions - Friend and Virtual Functions

Unit-2: Classes and Objects; Constructors and Destructors; and Operator Overloading and Type Conversions - Type of Constructors - Function overloading. Inheritance: Single Inheritance ‑ Multilevel Inheritance ‑ Multiple Inheritance ‑ Hierarchical Inheritance ‑ Hybrid Inheritance. Pointers, Virtual Functions and Polymorphism; Managing Console I/O operations.

Unit 3: Working with Files: Classes for File Stream Operations ‑ opening and Closing a File ‑ End‑of‑File Deduction ‑ File Pointers ‑ Updating a File ‑ Error Handling during File Operations ‑ Command‑line Arguments. Data Structures: Definition of a Data structure ‑ primitive and composite Data Types, Asymptotic notations, Arrays, Operations on Arrays, Order lists.

Unit-4: Stacks - Applications of Stack ‑ Infix to Postfix Conversion, Recursion, Maze Problems - Queues ‑ Operations on Queues, Queue Applications, Circular Queue. Singly Linked List ‑ Operations, Application ‑ Representation of a Polynomial, Polynomial Addition; Doubly Linked List ‑ Operations, Applications – Ordering of Books in Library(Alphabetical Ordering).

Unit-5 : Trees and Graphs: Binary Trees ‑ Conversion of Forest to Binary Tree, Operations ‑ Tree Traversals; Graph ‑ Definition, Types of Graphs, Hashing Tables and Hashing Functions, Traversal ‑ Shortest Path; Dijkstra's Algorithm.

1. Recommended Texts

i. E. Balagurusamy,1995,Object Oriented Programming with C++, Tata McGraw‑Hill

Publishing Company Ltd.

ii..E.Horowitz and S.Sahni, 1999,Fundamentals of Data Structures in C++ , Galgotia Pub.



2. Reference Books

i. Robert Lafore, Object Oriented Programming in Microsoft C++, Galgotia publication.

ii.. H.Schildt, 1998, C++ The Complete Reference-1998-TMH Edition, 1998

iii.R. Kruse C.L. Tondo and B. Leung ,1997, Data Structures and Program design in C,

PHI.

iii.Cangsam,Auguenstein,Tenenbaum,Data Structures using C & C++,PHI



iv.D.Samantha,2005, Classic Data Structures, PHI,New Delhi.


Title of the Course/

Paper –VI

DATA STRUCTURES LAB USING C++

Core

II Year & Third Semester

Credit: 4




Objective of the course

This course deals with practical implementation of Data Structure using C++.

Course outline

1. Implement PUSH, POP operations of stack using Arrays.

2. Implement PUSH, POP operations of stack using Pointers.

3. Implement add, delete operations of a queue using Arrays.

4. Implement add, delete operations of a queue using Pointers.

5. Conversion of infix to postfix using stack operations

6. Postfix Expression Evaluation.

7. Addition of two polynomials using Arrays and Pointers.

8. Creation, insertion, and deletion in doubly linked list.

9. Binary tree traversals (in-order, pre-order, and post-order) using

linked list.

10.Depth First Search and Breadth first Search for Graphs using

Recursion





Title of the Course/

ALLIED SUBJECT

PAPER III APPLIED PHYSICS - I

Allied

II Year & Third Semester

Credit: 4




Objective of the course

This course introduce the basic concepts of Physics

Course outline

Unit 1: Semiconductor Diode: Introduction – on junction – current voltage characteristic of a semiconductor diode – Zener diode as a voltage Regulator – Tunnel diode – Schottley diode – Optoelectronic devices – light emitting diode – photo diodes.
Unit-2: The Basic Transistors: The bipolar junction transistor–transistor biasing- transistor circuit configurations – common base(CB) Common emitter(CE) Common collector(CC) configurations-CB,CE,CC static characteristics – construction of OR,AND and NOR gates using transistors – logic gate parameters- logic families – resistor transistor logic (RTL) – diode transistor logic(DTL) –transistor transistor logic(TTL) – fabrication of ICS.
Unit 3: Electronic Instruments: Introduction – multimeter – multimeter as voltmeter – multimeter as ammeter – multimeter as ohm meter – applications of multimeter – sensitivity of multimeter – merits and demerits of multimeter – cathode ray oscilloscope
Unit-4: Lasers: Atomic structure – Bohr’s atomic model – energy levels –energy bands in solids–basic principle of laser operation –population inversion – construction and working of He-Ne laser – CO2 laser - Ruby laser – semiconductor laser – applications
Unit-5: Fiber Optic Communication Systems: Introduction to communication – types of optical fibers – single and bundled fibers- fibers materials-attenuation-dispersion fiber optic light sources-detectors-fiber optic communications.


Recommended Texts

1. Elements of Electronics, M.K.Badge and S.P.Singh, S.Chand & Co, 1987

2. Basic Electronics Solid state, B.C.Theraja, S.Chand & Co, 1995

3. Principles of Electronics-V.K.Metha, S.Chand & Co, 1997



SEMESTER IV


Title of the Course/

Paper –VII - MICROPROCESSORS AND ITS

APPLICATIONS

Core

II Year & Fourth Semester

Credit: 4




Objective of the course

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of Microprocessors.

Course outline

Unit 1: Introduction to microcomputers-microprocessor and assembly languages-microprocessor architecture and its operations-8085 MPU-8085 instruction set and classifications

Unit 2: Writing assembly level programs-programming techniques such as looping-counting and indexing addressing modes-data transfer instructions-arithmetic and logic operations-dynamic debugging

Unit 3:Counters and time delays-hexadecimal counter modulo 10 counter-pulse timings for flashing lights-debugging counter and time delay program-stack-subroutine-conditional call and return instructions

Unit 4:BCD to binary and binary to BCD conversions-BCD to HEX and HEX to BCD conversions-ASCII to BCD and BCD to ASCII conversions-BCD to seven segment LED code conversions-binary to ASCII and ASCII to binary conversions-multi byte addition-multi byte subtraction-BCD addition-BCD subtraction-multiplication and division

Unit 5:Interrupt-implementing interrupts-multiple interrupt 8085-trap-problems on implementing 8085 interrupt-DMA memory interfaces-RAM & ROM –I/O interface-direct I/O - Memory mapped I/O.


1. Recommended Texts

i. R.S.Ganokar-1990-Microprocessor architecture-Programming and Application with

8085/8080A-Wiley Eastern Limited.

ii. A.Mathur-1993-Introduction to Microprocessor-3rd Edition-Tata McGraw Hill.




Title of the Course/

Paper-VIII MICROPROCESSORS LAB

Core

II Year & Fourth Semester

Credit: 4




Objective of the course

This course deals with practical implementation of microprocessor operations.

Course outline

I. ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION

1.8-bit addition

2.16-bit addition

3.8-bit subtraction

4.BCD subtraction
II. MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION

1.8-bit multiplication

2.BCD multiplication

3.8-bit division


III. SORTING AND SEARCHING

1.Searching for an element in an array

2.Sorting in ascending order

3.Finding largest and smallest elements from an array

4.Reversing array elements

5.Block move

6.Sorting in descending order
IV. CODE CONVERSION

BCD to Hex and Hex to BCD

Binary to ASCII and ASCII to binary

ASCII to BCD and BCD to ASCII


V. APPLICATIONS

1. Square of a single byte Hex number

2. Square of a two digit BCD number

3. Square root of a single byte Hex number

4. Square root of a two digit BCD number

5. Traffic Signal Controller.







Title of the Course

ALLIED SUBJECT

PAPER IV APPLIES PHYSICS - II

Allied

II Year & Fourth Semester

Credit: 4




Objective of the course

This course introduce the basic concepts of Physics

Course outline

Unit 1: Electrical Properties: Free electron of Drude and Lorentz-Weidman Franz Law-distinction between conductor, semi conductors, and insulators on the basis of baud theory-factors affecting resistivity of a conductor: Temperature, allowing ,pressure, strain, magnetic field and environment
Unit-2: Magnetic Materials: Magnetic materials-classification of magnetic materials, ferromagnetism: Domain theory-hysteresis- hard and soft magnetic materials-curie-weiss law-magnetostriction, ferrites, preparation, properties, applications-magnetic bubble memory. Magnetic recording-writing magnetic data-reading magnetic data-storage of magnetic data.
Unit 3: Dielectric materials: Qualitative study of three types of polarization-effect of temperature and frequency on dielectric constant-dielectric loss-ferro electric materials-behaviour of Barium titanate - pieze - electric materials-breakdown mechanisms-classification of insulating materials on temperature basis.
Unit-4: Super conductors: Qualitative study of the phenomenon-critical temperature and critical field. Meissner effect-type I and II superconductors. BCS theory of superconductivity (Qualitative) –high temperature superconductor. Applications: Crypton, magnetic levitation-super conducting magnets.
Unit-5 : Modern engineering materials: Metallic glasses as transformer core material-Nanophase materials-synthesis-variation of physical properties with Geometry-Shape memory allow-characteristics of SMA- Thermomechanical behaviour-commercial SMA-Applications-Biomaterial.

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