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B.A. Hons. School in Dance

Part - III (Semester - V)

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BA-III

Hons School in Dance

Semester-V

Papar - I
Kathak Theory
(Session 2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)

Theory - 5 Periods per week

Time Allowed : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80

Internal Assessment : 20
Instructions for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections : A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks in all.



Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each section. Section E is compulsory.


Section-A

1. Study of Kuchipuddi dance.

2. Study of Raigarh Parampara.

3. Study of Nritya Natika and Ballets Contributions of Pt. Udey Shankar and

Birju Maharaj towards Indian Ballets.

Section-B

4. Origin of Taal and its ten prans and Uttri and Dakshani Taal Paditi.

5. Dance and its relation with other fine arts.

6. Historical Background of folk dances of Punjab with special reference to

instruments used.

Section-C

7. Writing the notations of the following

Sool taal (Matra 10)

Notation of all the following material :

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chougan layakaries

(b) Tora - 2 Thaat -I

(c) Amad - 1 Kavit-I

(d) Salami-1

(e) Paran-2

(f) Chakaradar Paran-1

8. Writing the notations of the following

Swari taal (Matra 15)

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chogun layakaries

(b) Tora-2 Thaat-1

(c) Amad-1

(d) Chakardar Paran-1

(e) Paran-1

(f) Kavit-1

9. Description and comparative study of Taals mentioned in section-C above.

Section-D

10. Notation of talas in Dugun, Tigun and Chougan layakaries mentioned in section C above.

11. Notation of Nagma in Sool taal & Swari taal.

12. Recognition of taals through some bols.


Books Recommended
1. L.N.Garg - Kathak Nritya

2. Puru Dadhich - Kathak Nritya Shiksha

3. T.R. Azad - Kathak Shingara

4. J.N.Pathak - Nritya Prashn Panjika

5. T.R. Azad - Kathak Darpan

6. Dr. Simmi - Nat Sanchar

7. L.N.Garg - Bharat Ke lok Nritya

8. Dr. Chetna - Kathak Kalp Drupan

9. Mandvi Singh - Bhatiya Sanskrit Mei Kathak Parampara

BA-I

Hons School in Dance

Semester-V

Papar - II
Kathak Practical
(Session 2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)

Practical - 5 Periods per week Max. Marsk : 80

Internal Assessment : 20
1. Practical Demonstration of any taal of your choice.

2. Practical demonstration of the following taals :

Writing the notations of the following

Sool taal (Matra 10)

Notation of all the following material :

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chougan layakaries

(b) Tora - 2 Thaat -I

(c) Amad - 1 Kavit-I

(d) Salami-1

(e) Paran-2

(f) Chakaradar Paran-1

Writing the notations of the following

Swari taal (Matra 15)

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chogun layakaries

(b) Tora-2 Thaat-1

(c) Amad-1

(d) Chakardar Paran-1

(e) Paran-1

(f) Kavit-1

3. Tarana/Sargam.

4. Padhant of whole material.

5. Ability to play nagmas theka in Sool taal & Swari taal.



B.A-III (Hons)School in Dance

Sem - V

Paper - Music Vocal (Theory)

Papar - III
(Session 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)
Time : 3 Hours M. Marks - 100

Pass Marks- 40

Theory - 40 Marks

Practical- 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks
Instruction for Paper Setter : The question paper will consist of five sections A, B,C,D and E . Section A, B,C,D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each.

Note - Candidates are required to attempt one question each from section A, B, C,D and the entire section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. Historical development of Indian Music during 18th Century to Modern times.

2. Origin & development of following Gayan Shallies :-

(i) Tappa (ii) Thumri (iii) Partal


Section- B
1. Contribution and life sketch of the following:-

(i) Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan

(ii) Pt. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit.

2. Evolution and development of Indian Musical scale.


Section - C

1. Description of the following Ragas and Taals :-

Raagas :- (i) Miyan Ki Todi (ii) Bhairavi

(iii) Ramkali

2. Elementary Knowledge of the following Raags :-

(i) Multani (ii) Gunkali

3. Taals : (i) Jhumra (ii) Jatt Tal
Section-D

1. Define the following Musical Terms in the context of Gurmat Sangeet :-Kirtaniya , Dhuni , Chowki

Or

Bandana , Paudi, Alahunian


Section - E

Section will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks. Each short answer type question carry 2 marks.

B.A-III (Hons) School in Dance

Sem - V

Practical - Music Vocal

Papar - III
(Session 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)
M.Marks- 40
1. Viva - 30 Marks

2. Harmonium - 5 Marks

3. Tabla - 5 Marks
1. One Drut Khyal with alaps and Taans in each of the following Raags :-

(i) Miyan Ki Todi (ii) Sohni (iii) Bhairavi

2. One slow Khyals in any of the prescribed Raags with alaaps and Taans.

3. Ability to sing Thumri or Tarana in any of the prescribed Raags in syllabus.

4. One Bhajan or Shabad with proper Gayaki.

5. Tuning of Tanpura and Aroh Avroh and Pakar of the following Raags :-

(i) Gujari (ii) Todi (iii) Marwa

BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. Sangeet Karyalaya Hathras (U.P): Sangeet Visharad

2. H.C.Srivastva : Rag Parichaya, Part II

3. Published by Punjabi University, Patiala : Sangeet Kaumudi,IV (Punjabi).

4. Mrs.Veena Mankaran : Sangeet Sar, Part II

5. Prof Tara Singh , Surjit Kaur : Vadan Kala, Publihed by Punjabi University, Patiala

6. G.G.K Parkashan , Javadhi Kalan Ludhiana : Gurmat Sangeet (Vishesh Ank) Vismad Nad.

7. Dr. Gurman Singh : Punjabi SangeetKar, Published by Punjabi University, Patiala.

8. Dr. Gurnam Singh : Sangeet Nibandhavali,Published by Punjabi University, Patiala.

9. Dr. Devinder Kaur : Sangeet Roop.

10. Dr. Yashpal Sharma : Gayan Kala, (Published by Punjabi University, Patiala)

11. Dr. Yash Pal Sharma : Gurmat Sangeet Rag Ratnawali (Guru Granth Sahib ke Ragon Ka Vishleshnatmak Adhyan)

12. H.C. Srivastva : Rag - Parichay II and III



Combined Syllabus

B.A. (Hon's) School in Dance

&

B.A. (Hon's) School in Gurmat Sangeet

Part -III Semester - V

(2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)



PAPER-A: - IV-TABLA (THEORY)

Max. Marks-100 Time: 3 Hrs

Pass Marks-40% Practical - 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks Theory - 40 Marks

Instruction for Paper Setter : The question paper will consist of five sections A, B,C,D and E. Section A, B, C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each.

Instruction for Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from section A, B, C, D and the entire section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. Evolution of Taal.

2. Detailed History of Tabla.

3. The life sketches and contribution towards music of the following:

Mian Qadar Bux, Ahmed Jan Thirkava.
Section - B

1. Importance ot Taals in Music.

2. Principles of formation of Taals.
Section - C

1. Notation in the following material:

(a) Ada Chartaal: - Peshkar, Kayada, Palta, Tukra, Rela & Paran.

(b) Basant Taal: - Uthan, Kayada, Tukra, Tehai.

(c) Tilwara Taal:- Thheka.

2. Comarative study of above mentioned Taals.


Section - D

1. Notation of Taals mentioned in section c with their Dugun,

Tigun, Chaugun and Arh Layakaries.

2. Recognition of Taals through some bols asked by paper setter.

3. Compose Rela, Qaida, Peshkar and Paran based on the bols set by the paper setter
Section - E

Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks. Each short answer type questions will carry 2 marks.



Combined Syllabus

B.A. (Hon's) School in Dance

&

B.A. (Hon's) School in Gurmat Sangeet

Part -III Semester - V

(2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)


PAPER - B: - IV - TABLA (PRACTICAL)

Max. Marks-100 Time: 1 Hrs

Pass Marks-40% Practical - 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks Theory - 40 Marks

1. Taal prescribed: Ada Chautal, Basant Tal and Tilwara Tal.

(a) Ada Chautal: - Peshkar, Qaida, palta, Tukra, Rela & Paran.

(b) Basant Tal: - Uthan, Qaida,Tukra & Tehai.

(c) Tilwara Tal: Thheka.

2. Accompaniment Knowledge of Tabla.

3. Practice of playing Nagma on Harmonium in prescribed Taals.

4. Ekgun, Dugun and Chaugun Layakaries of prescribed taal by hand by showing their taali and khali.



BOOKS RECOMMENDED

1. Tabla Vadan, Published by Pbi.Uni. : Jagmohan Sharma

2. Tabla Tarang : B S Nigam

3. Taal Prakash : Sangeet Karyala Hathras

4. Taal Prichiya - Part-I, II & III : G.C. Shrivastava

5. Taal Prabhakar Prshontri : G. C. Shrivastava

6. Taal Maartand : B S Sharma

7. Bhartiya Talon ka Shastriya vivechan: Arun Kumar Sen

8. Bhartiya Sangeet Vadyas : L M Mishra

9. Taal Rattan : Sujit Singh



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PUNJAB HISTORY & CULTURE (1849-1909 A.D.)

(Special Paper in Lieu of Punjabi)

Paper-V, Semester V
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80

Internal Assessment : 20 Pass Marks : 40
NOTE : The paper Setter should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper. Candidates are requested to attempt one question each from the section A, B, C & D and the entire Section E.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTERS
1. The Syllabus prescribed should be strictly adhered to.

The paper-setters should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.


2. The question paper will consist of five sections: A,B,C,D & E. Sections A,B,C & D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry 32 marks in all. There being no internal choice in this section, each short-answer type question will carry 4 marks. Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the Sections A, B, C, D and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.
3. The wording of the questions should be simple and easily understandable by an average student. There should be no vagueness.
4. The number of questions based upon quotations should not exceed two in a question paper.
5. The general standard of the questions should cater to the different intellectual levels - average, above average and below average.
6. Each paper is of 80 marks and three hours duration and 20 marks are of internal assessment in each paper.
The Break-up of 20 marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is below :

1. Test : 10 Marks

2. Class Attendance : 05 Marks

3. Project Work/Assignment/Seminar/Field : 05 Marks

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Total Marks : 20 Marks

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SECTION–A
1. Board of Administration : 1849-1853.

2. John Lawrence as Chief Commissioner of Punjab 1853-1858 : His Reforms.


SECTION–B
3. Land Alienation Act of 1901; Agrarian Unrest of 1907.

4. Development of Industry in Punjab.


SECTION–C
5. Socio-Religious Reform Movements : Namdhari Movement; Arya Samaj.

6. Socio-Religious Reform Movements : Singh Sabha, Ahmadiyas.


SECTION–D
7. Spread of Modern Education in the Punjab.

8. Growth of Political Consciousness in Punjab upto 1907.



SECTION–E
Eight short-answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all these 8 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these questions will be of 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines and will carry 4 marks each. Thus, the total marks of these questions will be 32.
ESSENTIAL BOOKS
1. Fauja Singh (ed.), History and Culture of the Punjab, Part-III, Patiala, 1987.

2. G.S. Chhabra, The Advanced History of the Punjab, Vol.I.

3. Khushwant Singh, History of the Sikhs, Vol. II, 1839-1988, Delhi, 1991.

4. S.S. Bal, British Administration of Punjab.

5. J.S. Grewal, The New Cambridge History of India : The Sikhs of the Punjab, Hyderabad, 1990.

Combined Syllabus For

BA -III  HONS SCHOOL IN DANCE SEM-V

BA -III  HONS SCHOOL IN GURMAT SANGEET SEM-V

PAPER -VI-(ENGLISH COMMUNICATION  SKILLS)  

Max. Marks: 60                                                  Time allowed: 3 hours

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER

 

(a) The paper setter shall set nine questions in all.



(b) The paper setter shall set two questions from each section A, B, C, & D. Carrying 10 marks for each question.(10+10+10+10=40)

(c) The paper setter shall set one compulsory question for Section E carrying 10 short type questions from entire syllabus which will carry 20 marks(10*2=20)

THEORY PAPER

Section A

1.     Contemporary English Prose Edited by K.P.K. Menon



CHAPTERS I to 5

a)     One Essay type question with internal choice on theme narrative incident or character

b)     Five Short notes out of eight given 

Section B

2.     Kaleidoscope: A Selection of English Poetry



POEMS I to 5

(a)  One Essay type question with internal choice on theme, summary, central idea of the poem.

(b) Reference to the context of any one out of the two given.

 

Section C

 

5. Translation of passage from Hindi/Punjabi to English



6. Comprehension
Section D 

7. Antonyms

8. Synonyms

 

BOOKS PRESCRIBED



1. Contemporary English Prose Edited by K.P.K. Menon (Chapters 1 to 5)

2. Kaleidoscope: A Selection of English Poetry (Poems 1 to 5)

3. The Students’ Companion by Wilfred D. Best 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATE

The candidate  shall attempt 5 questions  selecting at least 1 question from Section  (A, B, C,D of 10 marks each question).The fifth question carrying 10 short type questions from Section E shall be compulsory carrying 20 marks) 

 

PRACTICAL PAPER                                         MAX. MARKS 20 

 

Viva voice from the following (5+5+5+5=20)



1. General Knowledge (5 marks)

2. News Reading (5 marks)

3. Comparing (5 marks)

4. Vocabulary (5 marks)


Scheme of Study

B.A. Hons. School in Dance

Part - III (Semester -VI)

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BA-III

Hons School in Dance

Semester-VI

Papar - I
Kathak Theory
(Session 2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)

Theory - 5 Periods per week

Time Allowed : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80

Internal Assessment : 20
Instructions for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections : A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks in all.



Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each section. Section E is compulsory.



Section-A

1. Essay on Guru Shishya Parampara.

2. Study of Dashavataar.

3. Biography and contribution of Pt. Birju Maharaj, Guru Rajinder Gangani,

Guru Shobha Kosar Pt. Teerath Ram Azad and Purudadhich in the field

of Kathak Dance.



Section-B

4. Medium and Sources to depict Bhav, Ang in Kathak Dance.

5. Study of Chari and Mandal.

6. Study of common elements used in Music and Dance.



Section-C

7. Writing the notations of the following

Teen taal (Matra 16)

Notation of all the following material :

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan, Tigun and Chougan layakaries

(b) Thaat-2

(c) Tora - 4

(d) Amad - 2

(e) Paran-2

(f) Chakaradar Paran-2

(g) Pharmaishi Chakardar Paran.

(h) Tiser Jati Paran

(i) Kavit-1

8. Writing the notations of the following

Jhoomra (Matra 14)

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chogun layakaries

(b) Tora-2 Thaat-1

(c) Amad-1

(d) Chakardar Paran-1

(e) Paran-1

(f) Kavit-1

9. Description and comparative study of Taals mentioned in section-C above.



Section-D

10. Notation of talas in Dugun, Tigun and Chougan layakaries mentioned in section C above.

11. Notation of Nagma in Teen taal & Jhoomra.

12. Recognition of taals through some bols.



Books Recommended
1. L.N.Garg - Kathak Nritya

2. Puru Dadhich - Kathak Nritya Shiksha

3. T.R. Azad - Kathak Shingara

4. J.N.Pathak - Nritya Prashn Panjika

5. T.R. Azad - Kathak Darpan

6. Dr. Simmi - Nat Sanchar

7. L.N.Garg - Bharat Ke lok Nritya

8. Dr. Chetna - Kathak Kalp Drupan

9. Mandvi Singh - Bhatiya Sanskrit Mei Kathak Parampara

BA-VI

Hons School in Dance

Semester-VI

Papar - II
Kathak Practical
(Session 2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)

Practical - 5 Periods per week Max. Marsk : 80

Internal Assessment : 20
1. Practical Demonstration of any taal of your choice.

2. Practical demonstration of the following taals :

Writing the notations of the following

Teen taal (Matra 16)

Notation of all the following material :

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan, Tigun and Chougan layakaries

(b) Thaat-2

(c) Tora - 4

(d) Amad - 2

(e) Paran-2

(f) Chakaradar Paran-2

(g) Pharmaishi Chakardar Paran.

(h) Tiser Jati Paran

(i) Kavit-1

Writing the notations of the following

Jhoomra (Matra 14)

(a) Simple Tatkar with Dugan and Chogun layakaries

(b) Tora-2 Thaat-1

(c) Amad-1

(d) Chakardar Paran-1

(e) Paran-1

(f) Kavit-1

3. Bhava on Thumri/Sufi.

4. Padhant of whole material.

5. Ability to play nagmas theka in Teen taal & Jhoomra taal.

B.A-III (Hons)School in Dance

Sem - VI

Paper - Music Vocal (Theory)

Papar - III
(Session 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)
Time : 3 Hours M. Marks - 100

Pass Marks- 40

Theory - 40 Marks

Practical- 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks

Instruction for Paper Setter : The question paper will consist of five sections A, B,C,D and E . Section A, B,C,D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each.

Note - Candidates are required to attempt one question each from section A, B, C,D and the entire section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. Origin and development of the following Gayan Shallies :-

(i) Tarana (ii) Chaturang (iii) Raagmala

2. Development and importance of Indian Music notation system its merits and demerits.



Section- B
1. Contribution and life sketch of the following :-

(i) Pandit Dalip Chander Bedi

(ii) Onkar Nath Thakur

2. Essay on the Following :-

(i) Jati Gayan

(ii) Kanth Sadhna



Section-C
1. Description of the following Raags and Taals :-

Raagas :- (i) Miyan Malhar (ii) Sohni (iii) Bhairav

Taals :- (i) Ada Chautal (ii) Sool Taal

2. Elementary Knowledge of the followng Raagas :-

(i) Marwa (ii) Gujari (iii) Todi
Section -D
1. Different Gayan Shaillies of Gurmat Sangeet.

2. Essays on Following :-

(i) Rag Lakshan

(ii) Lok Sangeet


Section - E

Section will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks. Each short answer type question carry 2 marks.


B.A-III (Hons) School in Dance

Sem - VI

Practical - Music Vocal

Papar - III
(Session 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)
M.Marks- 40
1. Viva - 30 Marks

2. Harmonium - 5 Marks

3. Tabla - 5 Marks
1. One Drut Khyal with alaaps and Taans in each of the following Raags :

(i) Ramkali (ii) Miyan Malhar

2. One slow Khyal from either Sem-Vth or 6th raagas with alaaps and Taans.

3. Ability to recile following Taals in Ekgun and Dugun and Chougan , Jhumra ,Deepchandi.

4. One Thumri Or Tarana in prescribed Raags.

5. One shabad or Bhajan with proper Gayaki.

6. Tuning of Tanpura.

7. Aroh Avroh and Pakar of Raags:-

(i) Darbari Kanhra (ii) Bhairav

BOOK RECOMMENDED

1. Sangeet Karyalaya Hathras (U.P): Sangeet Visharad

2. H.C.Srivastva : Rag Parichaya, Part II

3. Published by Punjabi University, Patiala : Sangeet Kaumudi,IV (Punjabi).

4. Mrs.Veena Mankaran : Sangeet Sar, Part II

5. Prof Tara Singh , Surjit Kaur : Vadan Kala, Publihed by Punjabi University, Patiala

6. G.G.K Parkashan , Javadhi Kalan Ludhiana : Gurmat Sangeet (Vishesh Ank) Vismad Nad.

7. Dr. Gurman Singh : Punjabi SangeetKar, Published by Punjabi University, Patiala.

8. Dr. Gurnam Singh : Sangeet Nibandhavali,Published by Punjabi University, Patiala.

9. Dr. Devinder Kaur : Sangeet Roop.

10. Dr. Yashpal Sharma : Gayan Kala, (Published by Punjabi University, Patiala)

11. Dr. Yash Pal Sharma : Gurmat Sangeet Rag Ratnawali (Guru Granth Sahib ke Ragon Ka Vishleshnatmak Adhyan)

12. H.C. Srivastva : Rag - Parichay II and III

Combined Syllabus

B.A. (Hon's) School in Dance

&

B.A. (Hon's) School in Gurmat Sangeet

Part -III Semester - VI

(2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)


PAPER-A: - IV-TABLA (THEORY)

Max. Marks-100 Time: 3 Hrs

Pass Marks-40% Practical - 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks Theory - 40 Marks

Instruction for Paper Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C,D and E. Section A, B, C, D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 6 marks each.

Instruction for Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from section A, B, C, D and the entire section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. Full knowledge of Karnatak Tala System.

2. The life sketches and contribution towards music of the following:

Pt. Ram Sahay and Ustad Allah Rakha Khan


Section - B

1. Comparative Study of Tabla and Pakhawaj vadan shaillies.

2. Place of Tabla in Music.
Section - C

1. Notation in the following material:

(a) Pancham Sawari Taal: - Uthan, Peshkar, Kayada, Gat, Paran & Rela.

(b) Rudra Taal: - Uthan, Kayada, Tukra and Tehai.

(c) Tappa Taal:- Thheka.

2. Comarative study of above mentioned Taals.


Section - D

1. Notation of Taals mentioned in section c with their Dugun,

Tigun, Chaugun and Arh Layakaries.

2. Recognition of Taals through some bols asked by paper setter.

3. Compose Rela, Qaida, Peshkar and Paran based on the bols set by the paper setter
Section - E

Section E will consist of 8 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 16 marks. Each short answer type questions will carry 2 marks.



Combined Syllabus

B.A. (Hon's) School in Dance

&

B.A. (Hon's) School in Gurmat Sangeet

Part -III Semester - VI

(2010-11, 2011-2012, 2012-2013)


PAPER - B: - IV - TABLA (PRACTICAL)

Max. Marks-100 Time: 1 Hrs

Pass Marks-40% Practical - 40 Marks

Internal Assessment-20 Marks Theory - 40 Marks

1. Taals prescribed: Pancham Swari Taal, Rudra Taal, and Tappa Taal.

(a) Pancham Swari Taal:- Uthan, Peshkar, Qaida, Gat, Paran & Rela.

(b) Rudra Tal: - Uthan, Qaida,Tukra & Tehai.

(c) Tappa Tal: Thheka.

2. Tuning fo Tabla.

3. Practice of playing Nagma on Harmonium in prescribed Taals.

4. Ekgun, Dugun and Chaugun Layakaries of prescribed taal by hand by showing their taali and khali.



BOOKS RECOMMENDED

1. Tabla Vadan, Published by Pbi.Uni. : Jagmohan Sharma

2. Tabla Tarang : B S Nigam

3. Taal Prakash : Sangeet Karyala Hathras

4. Taal Prichiya - Part-I, II & III : G.C. Shrivastava

5. Taal Prabhakar Prshontri : G. C. Shrivastava

6. Taal Maartand : B S Sharma

7. Bhartiya Talon ka Shastriya vivechan: Arun Kumar Sen

8. Bhartiya Sangeet Vadyas : L M Mishra

9. Taal Rattan : Sujit Singh


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(Special Paper in Lieu of Punjabi)

Paper-V, Semester VI
Time Allowed : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 80

Internal Assessment : 20 Pass Marks : 40
NOTE : The paper Setter should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper. Candidates are requested to attempt one question each from the section A, B, C & D and the entire Section E.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTERS
1. The Syllabus prescribed should be strictly adhered to.

The paper-setters should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.


2. The question paper will consist of five sections: A,B,C,D & E. Sections A,B,C & D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 8 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry 32 marks in all. There being no internal choice in this section, each short-answer type question will carry 4 marks. Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the Sections A, B, C, D and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.
3. The wording of the questions should be simple and easily understandable by an average student. There should be no vagueness.
4. The number of questions based upon quotations should not exceed two in a question paper.
5. The general standard of the questions should cater to the different intellectual levels - average, above average and below average.
6. Each paper is of 80 marks and three hours duration and 20 marks are of internal assessment in each paper.
The Break-up of 20 marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is below :

1. Test : 10 Marks

2. Class Attendance : 05 Marks

3. Project Work/Assignment/Seminar/Field : 05 Marks

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Total Marks : 20 Marks

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SECTION–A
1. A brief survey of the role of the Punjab in Freedom Movement.

2. Circumstances leading to the partition of the Punjab, 1947.


SECTION–B
3. Eminent Freedom Fighters of the Punjab Lala Lajpat Rai and Kartar Singh Sarabha.

4. Eminent Freedom Fighters of the Punjab : Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh.



SECTION–C
5. Great Writers of Punjab : Bhai Vir Singh, Dhani Rama Chatrik.

6. Great Artists of the Punjab : Amrita Sher Gill, Sobha Singh.


SECTION–D
7. Development of Agriculture and Irrigation in Punjab with special reference of Green Revolution.

8. Re-organisation of the Punjab, 1966.



SECTION–E
Eight short-answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all these 8 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these questions will be of 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines and will carry 4 marks each. Thus, the total marks of these questions will be 32.
BOOKS SUGGESTED

1. Fauja Singh (ed.) : History and Culture of the Punjab, Part-III, Patiala, 1987.

2. G.S. Chhabra : The Advanced History of the Punjab,

Vol.II.


3. Khushwant Singh : A History of the Sikhs, Vol.II, 1839-1988, Delhi, 1991.

4. Fauja Singh : Eminent Freedom Fighters of Punjab, Patiala, 1972.

5. J.S. Grewal : The New Cambridge History of India :

The Sikhs of the Punjab, Hyderabad, 1990.

6. Satya M. Rai : Punjabi Heroic Tradition, 1900-1947.

Combined Syllabus For

BA -III  HONS SCHOOL IN DANCE SEM-VI

BA -III  HONS SCHOOL IN GURMAT SANGEET SEM-VI

PAPER -VI-(ENGLISH COMMUNICATION  SKILLS) 

Max. Marks: 60                                                  Time allowed: 3 hours 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER

 

(a) The paper setter shall set nine questions in all.



(b) The paper setter shall set two questions from each section A, B, C, & D. Carrying 10 marks for each question.(10+10+10+10=40)

(c) The paper setter shall set one compulsory question for Section E carrying 10 short type questions from entire syllabus which will carry 20 marks (10*2=20)

THEORY PAPER

Section A

3.     Contemporary English Prose Edited by K.P.K. Menon



CHAPTERS 6 to 10

c)     One Essay type question with internal choice on theme narrative incident or character

d)    Five Short notes out of eight given 

Section B

4.     Kaleidoscope: A Selection of English Poetry



POEMS 11to15

(c)  One Essay type question with internal choice on theme, summary, central idea of the poem.

(d) Reference to the context of any one out of the two given. 

Section C 

5.     Words denoting opposites

6.     Words denoting profession or trade

Section D

 

 



7. Letter Writing

8. Essay Writing

 

  

BOOKS PRESCRIBED



1. Contemporary English Prose Edited by K.P.K. Menon (Chapters 61 to 10)

2. Kaleidoscope: A Selection of English Poetry (Poems 11to 15)

3. The Students’ Companion by Wilfred D. Best 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATE

The candidate  shall attempt 5 questions  selecting atleast 1 question from Section  (A, B, C,D of 10 marks each question).The fifth question carrying 10 short type questions from Section E shall be compulsory carrying 2*10= 20 marks)

 

 



PRACTICAL PAPER                                        MAX. MARKS 20

 

 



Viva voice from the following (5+5+5+5=20)

1. General Knowledge (5 marks)

2. News Reading (5 marks)

3. Communication (5 marks)

4. Vocabulary (5 marks) 

 

 



 
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