B. Sc. (Yoga ) 3 years duration (6 semesters)


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Illustration of the need for a lesson plan.


  • Illustration of the need for a content plan.

  • Demonstration of types of teaching methods.

  • Demonstration of optimum use of teaching aids viz. audio-visual aids.

  • Practical training on class management.

  • Practical demonstration of critical observation, active supervision and interaction.

  • Method of preparing for an ideal setting based on the specific requirement of the class.

  • Demonstration on use and importance of body language, communication skills and personal conduct in an ideal class.

  • Evaluation methods of an ideal Yoga class.

  • Methods of customizing Yoga class to meet individual needs.

    The student will have demonstrations and training in the above mentioned aspects of teaching methods.


    Each candidate is expected to complete 5 hours of individual class, 5 classes for a small group, 5 classes for a large group demonstrating the use of essential requirements for an ideal class. (e.g.: One on Shat Karma, One on Asana, one on Pranayama, one on Bandha /Mudra, and one lesson on Meditation) under the supervision of their Yoga Practical Teacher. Each student will also have to prepare and give at least one Lecture cum Demonstration on different topics of Yoga. The record of each of these classes has to be maintained in the ‘Practical Record’ format for evaluation.

    The practice teaching lessons and a Lecture cum Demonstration assignment should be observed / examined by the Yoga Practical Teacher. These marks shall be considered as the Practicle Class Tests (internal assessment) of this practical paper.



    II. VIVA-VOCE 20 Marks

    Viva-voce shall be on Methods of Yoga Teaching and Presentations of Lesson/s



    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

    (YOGA)
    B.Sc. (Yoga)

    3 years (6 semesters)

    SEMESTER - V

    DETAILED SYLLABUS

    I -BHAGAVADGITA


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L + 2T

    5 Credits


    UNIT – I: SIGNIFICANCE OF BHAGAVADGITA AS SYNTHESIS OF YOGA


      1. Introduction to Bhagavadgita

      2. Bhagavadgita and its traditional commentaries, their commentators

      3. Significance of Bhagavadgita as a synthesis of Yoga

      4. Definitions of Yoga in Bhagavadgita and their relevance

      5. Bhagavadgita and their relevance in Yoga Saddhana


    UNIT–II: CONCEPT OF ATMAN, PARMATMAN AND CHARACTERISTIC OF STHITA PRAJNA IN BHAGAVDGITA


      1. Concept of Samkhya Yoga in Bhagavadgita

      2. Concept of Sthita Prajna, stages and characteristic of it

      3. Concept of Atman (Purusha), Jivatman

      4. Concept of Paramatman (Parmeshwar or Purushottam) their characteristic in Bhagavadgita

      5. Concept of Jnana and Jnana Yoga, origin of the world as described in Bhagavadgita


    UNIT – III: KARMA YOGA AND BHAKTI YOGA IN BHAGAVADGITA


      1. Concept of karma Yoga in Bhagavadgita

      2. Concept of Karma in context of Bhagavadgita

      3. Concept of Bhakti, concept of Shraddha and its relevance as described in Bhagavad Gita

      4. Yoga of Bhakti and Bhakta as described in Bhagavadgita

      5. Dhyana Yoga together with devotion as described in Bhagavadgita and Nature of Dhyana in Bhagavadgita



    UNIT – IV: CONCEPT OF AHARA AND ROLE OF BHAGAVADGITA IN HEALTHY LIVING


      1. Role of Bhagavadgita in day to day life

      2. Concept and classification of Ahara as described in Bhagavadgita

      3. Ahara and its role in Adhyatma Sadhana

      4. Concept of Triguna in the context of Bhagavadgita

      5. Theory of Adjustment in healthy living as described in Bhagavadgita



    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


    Swami Ramsukhadas

    Srimad Bhagavadgita (Sadhaka Sanjivani)

    Gita Press Gorakhpur



    Swami Ranganathananda

    Bagavadgita

    Advaita Ashrama Sub- Dept-5 Deli Entally Road Kolkata



    Swami Shrikantananda

    Gita Darshana

    Indian Institute of Human Excellence Hyderabad



    Swami Tapasyananda

    Srimadbhgavadgita

    Sri Ramkrishna Matha Madras



    Swami Gambhiranand

    Bhagavadgita (with Gudharth Dipika)

    Sri Ramkrishna Matha Madras



    Swami Abhidananda

    Bhagvatgita, the divine message, Ramakrishna Vedanta Matha, Kolkata, 1990

    Swami Raghvendrananda

    Universal message of the Bhagvatgita, Advita Ashrama, Kolkata, 2000

    Swami Gambhiranand

    Bhagvatgita with the commentary of Sankaracharya, Advita Ashrama, Kolkata, 2003

    Warrior A.G.K

    Srimad Bhagvatgita of Sri Sankaracharya, Sri Ramakrishnamata, Madras, 2002

    Swami Adidevananda

    Sri Ramanuja Gita Bhasya, Sri Ramakrishnamata, Kolkata, 2009







    II - YOGIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF HEALTHY LIVING


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L +2T

    5 Credits


    UNIT I: YOGIC CONCEPTS OF HEALTH AND MIND.


      1. Definition & Importance of Health According to WHO; Dimensions of Health: Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual

      2. Concept of Health in Indian Systems of Medicine i.e. Ayurveda, Naturopathy and Siddha Systems of Medicine, Utility and Limitations of these systems in health .

      3. Yogic Concept of Health: Meaning and definitions, Concept of Adhi and Vyadhi, Yogic concept of Health, role of Yoga in preventive health care - Heyamdukhamanagatam

      4. Potential causes of Ill-health: Tapatrayas and Kleshas,: Vyadhi, Alasya, Angamejayatva and Svasa-prashvasa. Mental and Emotional ill Health: Styana, Samshaya, Pramada, Avirati, Duhkha, Daurmanasya, Bhranti-darsana, Alabdha-bhumikatva and Anavasthitatva

      5. Shuddhi Prakriyas in Yoga : Role of Shuddhi Prakriyas in preventive -Health, Karma Shuddhi (Yama, Niyama), Ghata Shuddhi (Shat-karma), Snayu Shuddhi (Asana), Prana Shuddhi (Pranayama), Indriya and Mano Shuddhi (Pratyahara), Mana, Buddhi, Ahamkar and Chitta Shuddhi (Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi)



    UNIT II: YOGIC CONCEPTS FOR HEALTH AND HEALING


      1. Concepts of Trigunas, Pancha-mahabhutas, Pancha-prana and their role in Health and Healing

      2. Cocept of Pancha-koshas & Shat-chakra and their role in Health and Healing

      3. Concept of Abhyas and Vairagya, Chitta and Chitta Prasadana, Kriya-yoga, Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali for Health and Healing.

      4. Concept of Cleansing (Shuddi), its role and importance in Health and Healing

      5. Concept of Swara Yoga and its efficacy in Health and Healing


    UNIT-III: YOGIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF HEALTHY LIVING


      1. Yogic Principles of Healthy Living: Aahara, Vihara, Aachara and Vichara

      2. Role of Yogic Positive Attitudes (Maitri, Karuna, Mudita and Upeksha) for Healthy Living, Concept of Bhavas and Bhavanas with its relevance in Health and well-being

      3. Yogic principles of Lifestyle management and its role in prevention of disease and health promotion

      4. Yogic Principles of Diet and its role in Healthy living.

      5. Yogic Practices of Healthy living : i.e. Yama, Niyama, Shat-karma,Asana, Mudra & Bandha Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharna and Dhyana, and their role in Healthy living.


    UNIT IV: HEALTH BENEFITS OF YOGIC PRACTICES


      1. Health promotion benefits of Yogasana

      2. Preventive benefits of Pranayama

      3. Preventive Effects of Shatkarma

      4. Preventive benefits of Bandha and Mudra

      5. Preventive health benefits of Meditation


    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


    Preeti Goel and Rita Jain

    :

    Spectrum of Health (Sports Publications, New Delhi, 2003)




    M. M. Gore

    :

    Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices (New Age Books, New Delhi, 2008)




    Dr. K. Krishna Bhat

    :

    The power of Yoga




    Dr. R. S. Bhogal

    :

    Yoga Psychology, Kaivalyadhama Publication
















    T.S. Rukmani

    :

    Patanajala Yoga Sutra




    Sahay, G. S.

    :

    Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, MDNIY Publication, 2013




    Kdham

    :

    Gheranda Samhita, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla,




    M. V. Reddy

    :

    Hatha Rathnavali




    B.K.S. Iyenger

    :

    AstadulYogamaala




    Dr. Krishna Raman & others

    :

    Yoga & Medical Science, East West Books (Madras) Pvt. Ltd India, 2003




    Desikachar T.K.V.

    :

    Nathamuni’s Yoga Rahasya, Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, 2008







    Dr. D. R. Vaze

    :

    Swadhyaya & Yoga Therapy, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2009




    Dr. D. R. Vaze

    :

    Paravidya & Positive Lifestyle, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2009




    Yogiraj Behramji




    Yogasana For Health, Himalayan Yoga Institute, 1989




    Lajpat, Rai

    :

    Discovering Human Potential Energy, Anubhava Rai Publications, Gurgaon, 1999




    Nagendra, H. R.

    :

    Yoga for Positive Health, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana, Bangalore, 2000




    Nagendra H. R

    :

    New Perspective in Stress Management, VK Yoga Publication, Bangalore




    K. N. Udupa

    :

    Stress and its Management by Yoga, MLBD, New Delhi, 2007




    Prof. RH Singh

    :

    The Foundation of Contemporary Yoga & Yoga Therapy, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathishthan, Delhi, 2009




    Swami Shantidharmanada Saraswati

    :

    The Holistic Yoga, Srikunj Sadbhavana Manch, New Delhi, 2006




    R. S. Bhogal

    :

    Yoga & Mental Health, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2010



    III -FUNDAMENTALS OF AYURVEDA


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L+3T

    6 Credits



    UNIT I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA


      1. General introduction to Ayurveda

      2. Definition, aim of Ayurveda, its origin, history and propagation

      3. Basic introduction to main Ayurvedic texts like Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and Ashtanga Samghra.

      4. Ashtanga Ayurveda and its significance.

      5. Concept of Health according to Ayurveda and its utility in health promotion and prevention

    UNIT II: SWASTHAVRITTA, DINACHARYA, RITUCHARYA, RATRICHARYA, SADVRITTA & ACAHARARASAYANA


      1. Basic principles of Ayurveda – Tridosha, Saptadhatu, Trimala, Pancha Mahabhuta, Prakruti & Manas

      2. Concept and importance of Swasthavrita, Dincharya, Ritucharya

      3. Concept of Sadvrita and Achara Rasayana

      4. Concept of Agni, Srotas and Ama, Concept of Dharniya and Adharniya Vega in Ayurveda

      5. Introduction to Dravya, Guna, Karma, Virya, Vipaka and Prabhava


    UNIT III: UPASTHAMBAS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON AHARA


      1. Concept of Upasthambha

      2. Concept of Ahara, Ahara pachana, Pathya & Apathya in Ayurveda

      3. Introduction to Shariraposhana (nourishment)

      4. Concept of Oja in Ayurveda

      5. Role of Ayurvedic diet in health and prevention


    UNIT IV: INTRODUCTION TO PANCHAKARMA

      1. Role of Poorva and Paschat Karma in Panchakarma

    4.2 Significance of Panchakarma in Ayurveda and Shatkarma in Yoga

    4.3 Approach of Ayurveda and Yoga as whole in relation to total health/well-being



    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE




    Dr. Priyavrata Sharma

    :

    Charak samhita, Chaukhambha Orientala, Varanasi, Edition of 2008




    Dr. Ravi dutta Tripathi

    Dr. Brahmanand Tripathi



    :

    Ashtanga Samgraha, Chaukambha Sanskrit Pratishthan, Delhi, Reprint edition of 2003




    Dr. K. H. Krishnamurthy

    :

    The wealth of Susruta, International Institute of Ayurveda, Coimbatore, 1999




    Dr. P. H. Kulkarni

    :

    Ayurvedic Philosophy, Academa Publishers, 2011
















    Dr. V. B. Athavale

    :

    Basic Principles of Ayurveda, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2004




    Dr. L. P. Gupta

    :

    Essentials of Ayurveda, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2006




























    Dr. G. Srinivas Acharya

    :

    Panchakarma illustrated, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2009




























    Susan Tinkle

    :

    The Ayurvedic Diet, New Age Books, 2011




    Sarvadeva Upadhyaya

    :

    Nadi Vijanana, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2009
















    Prof. H. Subhash Ranade

    :

    Concepts of Prakriti & Lifestyle, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2004




    Prof Dr. Subhash Ranade & Others

    :

    The textbooks of Swasthavritta, Chaukambha Sanskrit Prathisthan, Delhi, 2005

    IV - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – I


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    2L+2T

    4 Credits


    UNIT – I: BASICS OF COMPUTER AND ITS APPLICATIONS


      1. Definition of a Computer

      2. Computer Hardware & Software, Computer generations, Types of Computers

      3. Primary Memory – RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, CPU, I-O devices

      4. Secondary storages, Magnetic Tape, Disk, Compact disks.


    UNIT – II: REPRESENTATION OF DATA AND SOFTWARE CONCEPTS


      1. Decinal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal number systems, BCD, EBCDIC, ASCII Conversions, Simple Additions, Subtractions, Multiplications, Divisions, Data and Information.

      2. Introduction to Programming, Flowcharts and Algorithms.

      3. Types of Softwares, System software’s, Application software’s, Stored program concept.


    UNIT – III: OPERATING SYSTEM


      1. General introduction to Operating system, Definition of Operating System

      2. Elementary concepts of Operating system, Functions of OS, Types of OS

      3. Introduction to Windows – Basics of Windows, The User Interface, Windows Setting,

      4. Difference between two OS (Single & multi-users)

      5. Operating system applications.


    UNIT – IV: FILE MANAGEMENT

      1. Concept of file; File organization and accessing techniques-Indexed, Line.

      2. Rules for naming of the files, sequential, Hashed.

      3. File handling functions

      4. Types of computer files.



    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE





    Andrew S Tanenbaum, David J Wetherall

    :

    Computers Networks, 5th Edition, 2010




    Ron Mansfield

    :

    Working in Microsoft Office, McGraw Hill, 2008




    Timothy N. Trainor, Diane Krasnewich

    :

    Computers! McGraw Hill, 2000




    V Rajaraman

    :

    Fundamentals of computers, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd, 2003




    P. K. Sinha

    :

    Computer Fundamentals, BPB Publications, 1992




    James Martin

    :

    Computers Network and distributed Processing, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1981




    Donald H Sanders

    :

    Computers Today, McGraw Hill, First edition, 1983




    C. S. French

    :

    Computer Studies (4th Edition), DP Publisher


    V --Practical - XI (YOGA PRACTICAL – 9)


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (60+40)

    8 P

    4 Credits




    1. Shat Karmas (contd)




    1. Bandh kriya (contd)

    Iii Difficult postures /asanas vrishikasan,purnchakra asan, dimbasanmayurchal asan,dandaymanjanushir asan,shutrvajr asan,garbh asan, tula asan, padammayur asan,natraj asan, omkar asan,dwipad skand asan. Shirs asan, bajrang asan, kukut asan,rajakapot asan etc

    iv) Counselling regarding contraindications:When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught




    Examination pattern:


    1. Practical demonstration of asanas shat kriyas,and bandhas 40 marks

    2. Viva voce 20 marks

    3. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers 40 marks


    VI - Practical – XII (Computer Practical- I)


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (60+40)

    8 P

    4 Credits

    Practical will be based on Computer Applications - I: Covers UNIT-II, UNIT-III of Syllabus.



    List of Practical:

    1. Introduce about Number Systems & Conversion from binary to decimal, decimal to binary, etc. and Data Operations (Additions, Subtractions, Multiplications, Divisions).

    2. Implementation of Flowcharts.

    3. Implementation of Basic Elementary Algorithms.

    4. Practice of all Internal and External DOS Commands.

    5. Practice of all UNIX Commands.

    6. Giving Exposure to MS Windows Environment.

    7. File and Program Management in MS Windows.



    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

    (YOGA)
    B.Sc. (Yoga)

    3 years (6 semesters)

    SEMESTER - VI

    DETAILED SYLLABUS


    I - HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L+2T

    5 Credits

    Unit I: Harmony in Human Being and in Myself

    1.1 Concept of Human Being as ‘I’ & Body

    1.2 Characteristics & activities of ‘I’ & Harmony in ‘I’

    1.3 Understanding the Harmony of ‘I’ with the Body: Sanyam and Swasthya , correct appraisal of body needs and meaning of prosperity in detail

    1.4 Role of Yoga in developing Harmony within the self

    1.5 Understanding the body as an instrument of ‘I’


    Unit II: Harmony in Family and Society - Harmony in Human – Human relationship

    2.1 Values in Family, Harmony in family; the basic unit of human interaction

    2.2 Values in Human; Human relationship, Yogic concept of Human relationship – Maitri, Karuna, Mudita and Upeksha

    2.3 Harmony in the Society – Concept of Vasudeva Kutumbakam

    2.4 Concept of Universal Harmonious order in society; undivided society (Akhand Samaj), Universal order (Sarvabhaum Vyawastha)

    2.5 Concept of Samman (Respect), difference between respect and differentiation, the other silent values in relationships


    Unit III: Concept of Human values: Moral Education

      1. Definition and types of moral education, meaning and scope of morality

      2. Role of Yoga in development of ethics and ethical decision making

      3. Values, Yoga, Reality & their inter-relationship

      4. Relevance of ethics and values in Yoga, Qualities of teacher and students

    3.5 Ethics in Professional Practices, methods of teaching human values, Student – teacher relationship
    Unit IV: Social Responsibility and Yoga

    4.1 Moral Principles of SR; overview of SR

    4.2 SR & health maintenance of employees through Yoga

    4.3 Challenges of Environment; Principles of Environmental Ethics

    4.4 Concepts of Civil Society and its types

    4.5 Relationship between Democracy, Civil Society and Social Capital; Efficient use of Yoga in them




    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


    Singh M S

    :

    Value Education, Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 2007

    Chand Jagdish

    :

    Value Education, Anshah Publishing House, Delhi, 2007

    Gawande E N

    :

    Value Oriented Education: Vision for better living, Sarup & Sons Publishers, New Delhi, 2008

    Panda Sanjay Kumar

    :

    Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Past, Present & Future, The ICFAI University press, Hyderabad, 2008

    Kesari Vedanta

    :

    Values: The Key to a meaningful life; Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai, 2005

    Prasad Rajendra

    :

    Varnadharma, Niskhana Karma & Practical Morality: A Critical essay on applied ethics, DK Print world Pvt. Ltd, Delhi, 1999

    Radhakrishnan S

    :

    Indian Philosophy, Vol. 2, Oxford University, Delhi, 2008

    Swami Ranganathananda

    :

    The Message of Upanishad, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, Delhi, 2001


    II - YOGA IN DIFFERENT SETUPS


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L+2T

    5 Credits



    UNIT I: YOGA IN SCHOOL

      1. General Introduction to School Health, components of school health

      2. Parent-Teacher-Student relationship in a School Health; Role of social interaction in a School Health

      3. Role of Yoga in establishment of values in School going children; Personality Development: New Dimensions of Personality through Yoga


    UNIT II: YOGA FOR SPORTS
    2.1 General introduction to Physical Education and Sports; Difference between Physical Education & Sports; Relevance of Integration of Yoga in Physical Education & Sports

    2.2 Yoga for Physical, Mental Stamina and other faculties / skills in a sports Personnel

    2.3 Application of Yogic lifestyle in improving efficacy in sports personnels; Relationship between Yoga and sports activities

    UNIT III: YOGA FOR STRESS
    3.1 Introduction to stress, its causes

    3.2 Role of Yoga in prevention of stress



    UNIT IV: YOGA FOR ELDERLY POPULATION

    4.1 General introduction to Geriatrics



    2.4 Application of Yoga in promotion of general wellbeing of Geriatric population
    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE











    Basavaraddi I V

    :

    Yoga in School Health, MDNIY New Delhi, 2009

    Iyenger B K S

    :

    Astadala Yogamala 1 to 7 volumes, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd, 2009

    Jayadev H J

    :

    Growing with Yoga, The Yoga Institute, Santacruz, Mumbai, 2004

    Liz Lark

    :

    Yoga for Kids, Carlton Books Ltd., London, 2003

    Swati & Rajiv Chanchani

    :

    Yoga for Children: A complete illustrated guide to Yoga, UBS Publishes Distributors Pvt. Ltd, 2008

    Iyenger B K S

    :

    The Path to Holistic Health, A Dorling Kindersley Book, Great Britain, 2001

    Dr. Goel Aruna

    :

    Yoga Education: Philosophy and Practice, Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2007










    Dr. H Kumar Kaul

    :

    Yoga and Healthy Ageing, BR Publishing Corporation, Delhi, 2006











    III - FUNDAMENTALS OF NATUROPATHY


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    3L + 2T

    5 Credits



    UNIT - I: INTRODUCTION TO NATUROPATHY


      1. General introduction to Naturopathy

      2. Naturopathy – its definition, meaning, scope and limitations

      3. History of Naturopathy – Indian and Western

      4. Comparative study of the Naturopathy with other systems of Medicine

      5. Catechism of Nature cure


    UNIT - II: PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS OF NATUROPATHY


      1. Composition of the human body according to Naturopathy, Laws of Nature: Pancha-Mahabhootas, Shareera Dharmas – Ahara, Nidra, Bhaya, Maithuna

      2. Fundamental principles of Naturopathy

      3. Natural rejuvenation and vitality, how to acquire natural immunity; importance of Physical & Mental Hygeine and prevention of diseases;


    UNIT - III: NATUROPATHY

      1. Hydrotherapy : Introduction, definition, scope, history, principles; role of hydrotherapy in prevention of diseases

      1. Upavasa (Fasting): Introduction, definition, scope, history, principles and types; its role in disease prevention, health promotion; concept of de-toxification

      2. Diet: Introduction, definition, scope, types and its principles; role of Naturopathy diet in disease prevention and , health promotion

      3. Massage: Introduction, definition, scope, history, its principles and manipulative techniques; Different types of Massages and their role in in disease prevention, and health promotion


    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


    S. D. Dwivedi

    :

    Naturopathy for perfect health, Kalpaz Publication Delhi, 2002

    Pravesh Handa

    :

    Naturopathy and Yoga, Kalpaz Publication Delhi, 2006

    S.J.Singh.

    :

    My Nature Cure or Practical Naturopathy










    M.K.Gandhi

    :

    The story of my experiment with truth

    R.K.Garde

    :

    Ayurvedic for Health and Long life

    Harry Benjamin.

    :

    Everybody’s Guide to Nature Cure










    M.K.Gandhi.

    :

    My Nature Cure


    IV - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS - II


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (75+25)

    2L + 2T

    4 Credits


    UNIT–I: OPERATING SYSTEM


      1. Classification of Operating System

      2. Operating System structure: Systems management and structure

      3. Operating System services

      4. Basic concepts of CPU scheduling

      5. Computer system security: System threats



    UNIT–II: OFFICE SOFTWARE


      1. General Introduction to Office software System.

      2. Word processing Software MS-Word

      3. Spread-sheet Software MS-Excel

      4. Presentation Software MS-Power-point.

    .
    UNIT – III: INTRODUCTION TO VIRUS AND NETWORKING


      1. Various types of Viruses and their applications

      2. DTP, multimedia concepts and Computer applications

      3. Introduction to Networking & types of Networking.

      4. Basic communication concepts.


    UNIT – IV: INTERNET TECHNOLOGY

      1. General introduction to internet, brief history of internet, TCP/IP, IP address and domain name system, Client server architecture

      1. Electronic mail, file transfer protocol, world wide web, web server, web browser

      2. HTML, TELNET, DHTML, Netsurfing, Search engines

    BOOKS FOR REFERENCE





    Andrew S Tanenbaum, David J Wetherall

    :

    Computers Networks, 5th Edition, 2010




    Ron Mansfield

    :

    Working in Microsoft Office, McGraw Hill, 2008




    Timothy N. Trainor, Diane Krasnewich

    :

    Computers! McGraw Hill, 2000




    V Rajaraman

    :

    Fundamentals of computers, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd, 2003




    P. K. Sinha

    :

    Computer Fundamentals, BPB Publications, 1992




    James Martin

    :

    Computers Network and distributed Processing, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1981




    Donald H Sanders

    :

    Computers Today, McGraw Hill, First edition, 1983

    V - Practical - XIV (YOGA PRACTICAL - 10)


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (60+40)

    8 P

    4 Credits


    ASANAS- Purnshalabh asan, Likara asan, Titibha asan, Mrigh asan, Uthithkurma asan,

    Virbhadra asan, Omkar asna,Uthithpad hastha asan, anushta asan (tula asan),

    Ekpad shira angushta asan,,Bhunmana asan, Sankhya asan, Akarna dhanur asan,Kapot asan , vatayan asan, shasang asan,bhadra asan, purnbhujang asan,

    ardh chandra asan,vyagra asan, padam mayur asan, urdhkukut asan,setubandh asan, Vishist srishka asan

    Counselling about contraindication: When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught

    Examination pattern:
    1 Practical demonstration of asanas 40 marks

    2 Viva –voce 20 marks

    3.Continuous evaluation by the Teachers 40 marks


    VI - PRACTICAL: XIV
    COMPUTER PRACTICAL – II


    Total Marks

    Hrs. of instructions/week

    Credits

    100 (60+40)

    8 P

    4 Credits

    Practical will be based on Computer Applications - II: Covers UNIT-I, UNIT-III of Syllabus.


    List of Practicals:


    1. Introduce about MS-Word and write down the steps for performing various general operations in it (like open, saving, cut, copy, paste, printing a document etc.).

    2. Create a simple MS –Word document about introducing yourself and preparing your Bio-data (using various formatting options in MS-Word).

    3. Learning and performing various options/operations in MS-Word.

    1. Creating a table, Entering text and contents in a table.

    2. Toolbars in word, Using various toolbars options.

    3. Watermarks and Water-marking a document.

    4. Inserting clip arts/picture, Hyper-linking a text.

    5. Header/Footers.

    1. Introduce about MS-Excel and write down the steps for performing various general operations in it (like open, saving, cut, copy, paste, printing a document etc.).

    2. Learning and performing various options/operations in MS-Excel. Like:

    1. Creating and Saving a new Workbook.

    2. Deleting and Renaming a Worksheet.

    1. Introduce about MS Power-point explaining its various features and steps for performing various general operations in it.

    2. Prepare a power-point presentation explaining the facilities /infrastructure available in your College/ Institution.

    3. Net Surfing

    4. Creation and Usage of E-mail Account




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