B. A. R&S (from III semester onwards) file. Appendix –16 (R) university of madras



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VERY IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:

Kindly refer the official communication of the University in the

B.A. R&S (from III semester onwards) file .
APPENDIX –16 (R)
UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
M.A. DEGREE COURSES
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

(w.e.f. 2008-2009)
second year

(i.e.III & IV SEMESTERS)

Course of Study and Scheme of Examination
NAME OF THE COURSES


  1. M.A. APPLIED HISTORY

  2. M.A. APPLIED SANSKRIT

  3. M.A. COMMUNICATION

  4. M.A. CORPORATE SOCIOLOGY

  5. M.A. ENGLISH

  6. M.A. ECONOMICS

  7. M.A. F- ECONOMICS (BUSINESS ECONOMICS)

  8. M.A. HISTORICAL STUDIES

  9. M.A. HUMAN RESOURSE MANAGEMENT

  10. M.A. HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES EDUCATION

  11. M.A. LABOUR MANAGEMENT

  12. M.A. NATYA (FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED)*

  13. M.A. PHILOSOPHY

  14. M.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE

  15. M.A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

  16. M.A. PUBLIC RELATIONS

  17. M.A. SANSKRIT

  18. M.A. SOCIOLOGY

19. M.A. TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

  1. MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK(MSW)




  1. M.A. TAMIZHIAL

The scheme of examinations for different semesters shall be as follows:


Vide APPENDIX-B

APPENDIX-B

1. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN APPLIED HISTORY
THIRD SEMESTER

COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

Exam Duration HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXTERNAL

CORE

PAPER IX


India and Her Neighbours Since 1947

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER X


History of World Civilization (Excluding India) Medieval and Modern period

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER XI


History of Europe from

A.D. 1789 to 1919



III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

ELECTIVE– III

Historiography and Historical Methods


III

6 HRS

3

3

25

75

EXTRA DISCIPLINARY- II

Archives Keeping

III

6 HRS

3

3

25

75

SOFT SKILL




III




2




40

60


** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.

FOURTH SEMESTER


COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

Exam Duration HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXTERNAL

CORE

PAPER XII



History of Peasant and Labour Movements in India from AD 1900 to 1947

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER XIII



Development of Science and Technology in India since AD 1947 – 2000

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

ELECTIVE-IV

International Relations since AD 1919 – 2000

IV

6 HRS

3

3

25

75

ELECTIVE – V

Studies in Human Rights

IV

6 HRS

3

3

25

75

SOFT SKILL




IV




2




40

60

PROJECT

PLUS


VIVA VOCE



IV




8




20+20+60=100


* Project: Internal - 20 Marks 2 out of 3 presentations - 20 marks

Viva - 20 marks

Project Report - 60 marks

2. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN APPLIED SANSKRIT
THIRD SEMESTER


COURSE


COMPONENTS

NAME


OF

COURSE


SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAM. HRS.

MAX

MARKS

CIA


EXT.

CORE

Paper 11 : Introduction to Indian Architecture – I

III

5 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Paper 12 :

Agamas – I



III

5 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Paper 13 : Introduction to Ayurveda

III

5 HRS

4

3

25

75

Elective

Paper 14 :

Principles of Indian Astronomy and Mathematics – II



III

5 HRS

3

3

25

75

CORE

Paper 15 :

Systems of Indian Philosophy



III

5 HRS

4

3

25

75

Extra Disciplinary- I I




III

3 Hrs

3

3

25

75

Soft Skills – III




III

2 Hrs

2

-

40

60



** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.

FOURTH SEMESTER


COURSE

COMPONENTS


NAME


OF

COURSE


SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAMDURATOON HRS.

MAX

MARKS

CIA


EXT.

CORE

Paper 16 : Agamas II

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

ELECTIVE – I



Paper 17 :

Indian Fine

Arts – I


IV

5 HRS

3

3

25

75

ELECTIVE – II



Paper 18 :

Indian Fine

Arts - II


IV

5 HRS

3

3

25

75

CORE


Paper 19:

Introduction to Indian Architecture – II



IV

3 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Paper 20 :

Principles of Management



IV

3 HRS


4


3


25

75

Soft

Skills –IV









2

2

-

40

60


3. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN COMMUNICATION



Semester III

NAME

OF

COURSE



INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAM. HRS.

MAX

MARKS

















CIA

EXT.

Core 9

Communication Research Method I

4

4

3

25

75

Core 10

Film Studies

4

4

3

25

75

Core 11

Broadcast Production Techniques II

3

3

3

25

75

Elective 5

Technical Communication

3

3

3

25

75

Elective 6

Public Relations & Corporate Communication

3

3

3

25

75

Soft Skills

Soft Skills

2

2

3

40

60

Soft Skills

Internship




2

3

40

60


** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.


Semester IV



















Core 12

Communication Research Method II

3

3

3

25

75

Core 13

Cross-Cultural Communication

3

3

3

25

75

Core14

Research Project Work

6

6

3

25

75

Core 15

Practice Journal

3

3

3

25

75

Core 16

Media Practice (Internship II)

2

3

3

25

75

Elective 7

Media Analysis Technique

2

2

3

25


75

Soft Skills

Soft Skills

2

2

3

40

60




Total Credits

90










4. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN CORPORATE SOCIOLOGY
THIRD SEMESTER


Course Components

Name of Courses

Semester


Inst.Hours



Credits

Exam Hrs

Max.Marks

CIA

External

CORE

Human Resource Development -I

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Customer Relationship Management

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Marketing and Consumer Analysis

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Industrial Relations and Personnel Management

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Elective II

Change Management


III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Extra Disciplinary Elective II

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75




Soft Skill-III

III

3HRS

2

3

40

60



** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.
FOURTH SEMESTER


Course Components

Name of Courses



Semester


Inst.Hours



Credits

Exam Hrs

Max.Marks

CIA

External

CORE

Human Resource Development –II

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Organizational Behaviour

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

Project cum Viva

IV

-

8

-

25

75

Elective- III

Total Quality Management

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Soft Skill-IV







3HRS

2

3

40

60

5. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN ENGLISH

THIRD SEMESTER




COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXTERNAL

CORE

PAPER 9

Shakespeare Studies



III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER 10

English Language and Linguistics



III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER 11

Literary Criticism and Literary Theory



III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Elective within the Department /ED

Literature, Analysis, Approaches and Applications

III

4 HRS

3

3

25

75

Elective /ED



Copy Editing

III

4 HRS

3

3

25

75

Soft Skills




III

4 HRS

2

3

40

60

Internship




III




2












** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.

FOURTH SEMESTER



COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXTERNAL

CORE

PAPER 12

Twentieth Century Poetry



III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER 13

Writings by and on Women



IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE

PAPER 14

General Essay



IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Soft Skills




IV




4

3

40

60

Elective within the Department /ED

Film Studies

IV

4 HRS

3

3

20

80

PROJECT

PLUS


VIVA VOCE

PAPER 15


IV

-----

6


---

150 Project *

50 Viva Voce

(Viva – fully external)




* Project: Internal - 50 Marks

External – 100 Marks

60 Credits to secure from Core Papers in all the four semesters. Minimum total credits 90 credits for securing a Post-graduate degree in a given subject.


S.No.

Questions

Marks classification

Total Mrks

1.

Section A – 10 Questions out of 12

10 x 1

10

2.


Section B – 5 Questions out of 7

5 x 5

25

3.

Section C – 4 Questions out 6

4 x 10

40


III. Components for CIA :

A


Papers

Test

Seminar

Assignment

Quiz

Term

Paper


9 b Copy Editing

5

5

5




5

14 b Technical Writing

5

5

5




5

17 a In-house Magazine







20







18 b Film Studies

5

5

5




5


B

For remaining papers, excepting the project, the marks may be awarded as follows:




4

4

4

4

4

(All items are not compulsory; Each Board to decide on components and marks weightages)



6. M.A. DEGREE COURSE IN ECONOMICS
THIRD SEMESTER

COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAM. HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXT.

CORE- Macro Economic

Theory -I

PAPER 11

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE – Public

Economics –I

PAPER 12

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE – International

Economics -I

PAPER 13

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Elective – III

PAPER 14

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Extra Disciplinary - II

PAPER 15

III

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

Soft Skill -III

-

III

-

2

-

40

60



** Internship will be carried out during the summer vacation of the first year and marks should be sent to the University by the College and the same will be included in the Third Semester Marks Statement.
FOURTH SEMESTER

COURSE COMPONENTS

NAME OF COURSE

SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAM. HRS

MAX MARKS

CIA

EXT.

CORE- Macro Economic

Theory -II

PAPER 16

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE-Public

Economics –II

PAPER 17

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

CORE- International

Economics -II

PAPER 18

IV

6 HRS

4

3

25

75

PROJECT

PLUS

VIVA VOCE

PAPER 19 & PAPER 20

IV

-----

8

---

* Internal – 40

Viva – 40

Project Report 120 Total (200)


In lieu of Project, Two Core

courses *

Financial Economics

PAPER

19


IV



3 HRS




4



3



25



75




Organizational Behaviour


PAPER

20


IV

3 HRS

4

3

25

75


Soft Skill - IV

-

IV

-

2

-

40

60

Project: Internal - 40 Marks – 2 out of 3 presentations

(Break up for Viva - 40 Marks

200 Marks) Project Reports - 120 Marks

* For IDE Papers 19 & 20 – Economics of Human Resource Development - I & II

A minimum of 70 Credits from Core Papers including soft skills and 20 credits from elective courses including extra disciplinary courses in all the four semesters. A minimum total of 90 credits is necessary for securing a Post-graduate degree in a given subject.



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