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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR MASTER OF PERFORMING ARTS

(5-YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE) PART-II (W.E.F. the Session 2010-11)

Paper No. Name of Paper Max,Marks Time Allowed

I. English(Compulsory)

Paper-A


Paper-B

45 3 Hours

05(Int. Assessment)

45 3 Hours

05(Int.Assessment)



II.

Hindi (Compulsory)

90 3 Hours

10 (Int. Assessment)




III & IV. Any two of the following:

(a) Music(Vocal)


Theory

Practical

(b) Music(Instrumental)
(Sitar)

Theory


Practical

(c) Music(Tabla)


Theory

Practical

(d) Indian Classical
Dance(kathak)

Theory practical

45 3 Hours

05(Int.Assessment)

135 30 to 40 minutes

15(Int. Assessment)

45 3 Hours

05(Int.Assessment)

135 30 to 40 minutes

I5(lnt. Assessment)

45 3 Hours

05(Int. Assessment)

135 30 to 40 minutes

l5(Int.Assessment)

45 3 Hours

05(Int.Assessment)

135 30 to 40 minutes

15(int. Assessment)





Total Marks;

600


I. ENGLISH
Scheme of Examination


Paper-A Max. Marks: 45+5

Time : 3 Hours

  1. A Collection of Poems edited by Prof. S.S. Sangwan.

  2. Snap Shots (One Act Plays) edited by Dr. S.K. Sharma.

  3. Mahabharata edited by C. Rajagopalachari. (First 63 Chapters from episode 'Ganapti' and Scribe to Yudhishitra seeks Benediction.

Scheme of Examination

Ql. Explanation with reference to the Context. The candidate will be required to attempt two passages each (with internal choice) one from the book of poems and the other from the book of One Act Plays. (8 marks)

Q2. Short answer type questions

Four short answer type questions will be set on the prescribed


poems and four short answer type questions will be set on the
prescribed book on fiction. The students will be required to
attempt five questions out of given eight questions selecting
at least two from each text (i.e. book of poems and book of
Fiction). (5 marks)

Q3. One essay-type question (with internal choice) will be set on each of the prescribed book of poems and one act plays. Students will be required to attempt one question each from both the texts. (9x2=18 marks)

Q4. One essay-type question (with internal choice) will be set on the book
of Fiction. (9 marks)

Q5. Items based on the exercises appended to the one-act-plays.

(5 marks)

Question -wise distribution of marks :


Question-1 :

8 Marks

Question-II :

5 Marks

Question-III :

18 Marks

Question-lV : Question-IV


9 Marks

Question-V :

5 arks

Total

45 Marks


Paper-B Max. Marks: 45+5

Time : 3 Hours


Prescribed Text-book:

1. A Course Book of English Grammar, Composition and Translation ed. by Dr. Sanjay Kumar and Dr. Inderjit Kumar.

Scheme of Examination

Ql. Questions on Grammar on the prescribed items (use of Tenses


in Communicative situations, subject-verb concord, active and :
passive voice, narration) will be based on prescribed text­
book of Grammar but not necessarily the same as those given
in the text-book, and questions on common errors, word:
power, vocabulary, idioms and phrases will be from prescribed;
text-book of Grammar only. (15 marks)

Q2. Questions on the following items in the prescribed book of Grammar.

(a) Transcription of simple words, listed in the text-book of Grammar.

The students will be required to transcribe 10 words; out of given 15 words from the text-book. (5 marks)

Q3. Comprehension passage (with five questions at the end). (10 marks)

Q4. Precis.

A Passage of about 250 words will be given. (7 marks)

Q5. Translation (from English to Hindi) of a passage consisting



of 7 to 8 sentences. (8marks)

Question -wise distribution of marks:


Question-1

15 Marks

Question-11

5 Marks

Question-III

10 Marks

Question-lV

7 Marks

Question-V

8 Marks

Total

45 Marks


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3. MUSIC(VOCAL)

Theory The question paper will be divided into three Sections comprising 10 questions in all. Candidates will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting at least one question from each Section. All questions will carry equal marks.

Max. Marks 45

Int. Assessment: 05

Time: 3 Hours



Courses of Reading

Section-A

  1. Historical study and detailed description of Ragas prescribed in the syllabus,

  2. Ability to write the notation of Vilambit and Drut khayala in ragas and thekas with chougun in the talas as prescribed in the syllabus.

Ragas: Chhayanut; Gour-sarang; Jai Jai wanti; Malkauns; Bhairav; Bhairavi; Khamaj; Kedar

Talas: Adachautal; Deepchandi; Tilwara; Tivra



Section-B

(a) Detailed study of the following shailies:

Dhrupad; Dhamar; Khayal; Thumri; Tappa; Taan; Chaturang; Trivat; Geet; Bhajan;

(b) Short notes on the following:

Avirbhav-Tirobhav; Nayak-nayaki; Jaties of Ragas; Grama; Murchhandi; Tanpura and Sahayak Nade

(c) Placement of Swaras on Shruties by Bharat Matana; Loochan; pundrik Vitthal and Ramamatya.



Section-C

  1. Role of Science in promoting educational and cultural aspects of Music during modern period.

  1. Contribution towards Music by the following:

(i) Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan

(ii) Pandit Malikarjun Mansoor

(iii) Pandit Bhim Sain Joshi

(iv) Ustad Allauddin Khan

(v) Ustad Faiyaz Khan

(c) History of Music in Medieval period.



PRACTICAL

Max. Marks : 135

Int. Assessment: 15

Time:30 to 40 minutes

Note:- Candidates will not be allowed to sing with Harmonium in the examination. Tanpura should be used for accompaniment


  1. One drut khayal with alap. Bol Tanas, Bol Alaps in all the prescribed Ragase out of eight drut khayals one may be set to any tala other than teentala.

  2. Four slow khayals with extempore alaps and tanas in any of the prescribed ragas.

(c) one dhrupad with dugun„ tigun and chaugun or one Dhamar with Dugun in prescribed ragas.

One Tarana in any of the prescribed ragas0

Ability to demonstrate the following:

Ada-chautalp Deepchandi, Tilwara, Tivra with reciting bols by hands in Thaha and Dugun Layakaries and ability to play Chautal and Ektaal on Tabla.



  1. The candidates will be required to sing Vilambit and Drut Khayal of Raga of the Examiner's choice.

  2. Ability to demonstrate one Raga with two Alaps and Two Tanas on Harmonium.

(h) Ability to play and sing a "Saraswati Vandana" with Harmonium.

(i) Ability to play five Alankars in Teentaal on Harmonium.

(Ekgun, Dogun)

DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS

Bada Khayal 25 Marks

Drut khayal 25 Marks

Dhrupad 15 Marks

Tarana 15 Marks

Tala 15 Marks


Drut Khayal on

Harmonium 15 Marks

Five Alankars 15 Marks

Saraswati Vandana 10 Marks

Total: 135 Marks

4. MUSIC(INSTRUMENTAL)(SITAR)

COURSES OF READING

Theory; The question paper will be divided into three Sections comprising of ten questions in all. Candidates will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting at least one question from each section.

Max.Marks: 45

Int. Assessment: 0 5

Time: 3 Hours



SECTION-A

(a) Historical study and detailed description of the Ragas prescribed in the syllabus.

Ragas: Chhayanut; Shuddh Kalyan; Jai Jai Wanti; Malkauns; Bhairav Bhairavi; Khamaj; Kedar; Parmel praveshak Raag; Sandhi prakash Raag.

Talas: Ada-Chautal; Deepchandi; Tivra; Chautal; Tilwara

(b) Ability to write the notation of Maseet Khani, Raza Khani
and Ameer Khani gats in the ragas and thekas with Chougun
in the Talas as prescribed in the syllabus.

SECTION-B

(a) Short Notes on the following:

Alpatva-Bahutva; Avirbhav-Tirobhav; Parmel praveshak Ragas; Sandhi prakash Raagas; Maseet Khani; Raza Khani; Ameer Khani; Gram; Murchhana; Gats; Sargam Geet; Lakshan Geet; Nayak-Nayaki,


  1. Time Theory

  2. Methods of tuning of your Instrument and description of the Instrument.

  3. Sawayambhu Nad

  4. History of Music in medieval period.

SECTION-C

  1. Role of Science in promoting educational and cultural aspects of Music during modern period.

  2. Contribution towards Music by the following;

(i) Abdul Halim Zafar Khan

(ii) Annapurna Devi

(iii) Pannalal Ghosh

(iv) Inayat Khan



  1. Detailed description of the following Instruments;

Sarod; Violin; Guitar; Santoor; Tabla

  1. Different styles of Sitar Vadan.

PRACTICAL Max.Marks: 135

Int.Assessment: 15

Time: 30 to 40 minutes


  1. One Drut Gat with Alap, Jor-Alap Toras and Jhalas in all the prescribed Ragas.

  2. Four slow gats with extempore alaps and Toras in any of the prescribed Ragas,

  1. One Dhun in Bhairavi or peelu Raga.

  2. One gat in Jhaptaal in medium tempo with toras and Jhalas in any of the prescribed Ragas.

  3. Ability to demonstrate Tilvara, Daepchandi, Tivra Chautal with reciting bols by hand, Thah and Dugun Layakaries and ability to play Ektaal and Jhaptaal on Tabla.

  4. Ten Alankars in Dugun Layakaries in different Ragas.

DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS

Drut gat 25 marks

Slow gat 25 marks

Medium gat 25 marks

Dhun 20 marks

Tala 20 marks



Alankars 20 marks

Tot al 135 marks

5. MUSIC(TABLA)

Theory: Ten questions will be set in the question paper covering the entire syllabus.Candidates are required to attempt any FIVE questions. All questions will carry equal marks.

Max.Marks: 45

Int. Assessment: 05

Time: 3 Hours



  1. Definitions with full descriptions of the following terms:

Uthan; Paran; pharmaishee Paran; Chakkardar; Tripalli; Palta; Mukhdac

  1. Ten paraans of Tala.

  2. Life sketches of the following:

Pt. Kishan Maharaj; Anokhe Lai; Pt. Samta Prasad.

  1. Ability to write Northern tala in Karnatk Taal Paddhati,

  2. Method to write Tigun, Chaugun, Aarilaya and Kuarilaya,

  3. Importance of Taal in Music.

PRACTICAL Max,Marks: 135

Int.Assessment: 15

Time: 30 to 40 Minutes

(a) Prescribed Talas:

Rupak; Jhaptaal; Tivra; Ektaal; Deepchandi; Sultaal with proper Barhat on Hand on Tabla.


  1. Ten Laggies each in Keharva and Dadra Taal.

  2. Practice of playing the taalas prescribed in the syllabus with Vocal and instrumental items.

  3. Tuning of Tabla.

  4. Knowledge of Shudh and Vikrit sawaras.

DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS

Choice Tala(Stage performance) 50 Marks

Different layakaries on hand 20 marks

Tuning of Tabla 20 marks

Knowledge of parts of Tabla 15 marks
Ability to play Talas with Nagma 15 marks
Ability to play with Light Music 15 marks

Total: 135 Marks



Books Recomme nded

l. Taal prichaya Part-I & II Girish Chandra Srivastava

2. Taal Parkash

3. Tabla Shastra M.G. Godbole

4. Sangeet Nibandha Mala J.N. Pathak



6. INDIAN CLASSICAL DANCE (KATHAK)

Theory: The question paper will be divided into five sections comprising of two questions in each section. Candidates will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting ONE question from each section.

Max.Marks: 45

Int Assessment: 05

Time: 3 Hours



SECTION-A

(a) Development of Kathak Dance in modern period with study of Lucknowe Jaipur and Banaras gharanas,

(b) Knowledge of 'Patra Lakshan.’ ‘Ghoongru Lakshan'
’Natya Dharmi and ‘Lok Dharmi’ Natya Nritt and Nritya.

SECTION-B


  1. Study of "Samyukta Mudra” with their use in Dance according to Abhnaya Darpan of Nandikeshwara.

  2. Definition of the following:

Bhramari; Chari; Astuti Gati; Paran; permelu Sthanak; Kanan; Anghar; Hav-Bhav and Gat Bhav,

SECTION-C

  1. Study of Nayak Bheda and Nayika Bheda.

  1. Knowledge of Pt.Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande Taal notation system and pt0Vishnu Digember Paluskar Taal notation systeme

SECTION-D

  1. Knowledge of following Indian Classical Dances:

Kuchipudi; Kathakali

  1. Historical background of Folk Dances of Punjab.

SECTION-E

  1. Notation of the all material of Dhamar Taal, Teentaal and Ektaal which has given in the syllabus of practical.

  2. Define the following Taalas with thekae Dugun and Chaugun in Notation:

Dhamar Taal, Ektaal, Rupak Taal, Tilwara Taal and Aar –chautaal.

(c) To write notation of the following layakaries:

Aar- 3/2 Kuaar- 5/4

PRACTICAL Max.Marks: 135

Int.Assessment: 15

Time: 30 to 40 minutes

(a) practical demonstration of the following in 50 Marks

Dhamar Taal - 14 Beats:-

Simple Tatkar with dugun, Chaugun Layakari, Thaat-2, Amad-2, Salami- Tora-6 (four simple and two chakradar), Paran simple-2, Chakradar Paran-1, Ganesh paran and Ganesh Vandana.

(b) Practical demonstration of Ektaal and Teentaal 50 Marks
(according to Examiner's choice):

Thaat~l, Amad-1, Tora-2, paran-l, Chakkardar Paran-I, Kavitta-1

Any three Gat Nikas in.Teentaal.

Padhant of whole material by hand in all Talas mentioned above.

Playing of Talas on hand which has given in syllabus.

Playing Nagma on Harmonium in the following taalas; Ektaal Dhamar Taal.

(c) Abhinaya on any one of the following 20 Marks

Shlokas:


Shiv Stuti and Durga Stuti Gat Bhav: Makhan Chori

(d) The students have to prepare a file alongwith 15 Marks


the practical Note-book under the guidance of

the concerned teacher that will be evaluated by the teacher concerned at the end of the session

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