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Unit-6

Teaching Hours:10

Processing of Data and Report Writing

Level of Knowledge: Analytical


Steps in data processing, editing, coding, classification, transcription, analysis of data, interpretation; Basic concepts of quantitative data analysis using SPSS(practical aspects)-and basic concepts of qualitative analysis using NVIVO(theoretical aspects ).Types of report, planning of report-writing, format of research report. Documentation: Foot notes and Bibliography, briefing and evaluation of report-writing.
Text Books And Reference Books:

1. Krishnaswami, O.R (2012). Research Methodology. Mumbai: Himalaya publishing House.


Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1. Bhandarkar, W. T. (2006). Methodology and Techniques of Social Research. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House.


2. Krishnaswami, O. (2012). Research Methodology. Mumbai: Himalaya publishing House.
3. Trochim, M.K. (2009). Research Methods. New Delhi: Sultan Chand.
4. Malhotra, N. K. (2008). Marketing research: An applied orientation, 5/e. Pearson Education India.
Evaluation Pattern

Students are evaluated for each paper on the basis of written examination and continuous internal assessment (CIA). Each paper carries maximum of 100 marks and is evaluated as follows:

Assessment Component
Description
Weightage
CIA I
Quizzes, role plays, objective type tests, written assignments, discussion forums, article reviews, case analysis etc.
10%
CIA II
Mid semester written examination conducted for 2 hours duration
25%
CIA III
Group work consisting of presentations, viva voce, and report submission.
10%
ESE
Written examination conducted for 3 hours duration
50%
ATTENDANCE

05%


TOTAL
100%

COM434 - PRACTICES OF BANKING AND INSURANCE (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:60

No of Lecture Hours/Week:4

Max Marks:100

Credits:4

Course Objectives/Course Description

This course introduces the students to basic Concepts of banking - its various segments- functioning- activities and regulations. It also introduces the student to the basic principles of insurance- types of insurance and its legal framework in India. Through this course the student gets an understanding of both the sectors and learns to appreciate the importance of these sectors in the growth of the Economy.


Learning Outcome

· To become aware of the principles and theories of Banking and Insurance so that a clear understanding of concepts- structures and processes under both the domains can be achieved.


· To understand the working of Banking Organizations- its Governance- and the facilities provided by Banks to consumers like cheques- transferring funds- creating deposits etc.
· To make oneself known about Insurance Organizations- their working and the rules governing them.
· To become aware of situations where Insurance providers may not accept to settle claim. These situations could either arise due to negligence- misrepresentation etc.
Exposure to Banking and Insurance products.
Unit-1

Teaching Hours:12

Introduction

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual


Origin of banking: Definition - banker and customer relationship - General and special types of customers - Types of deposits - Deposit Accounts - Opening Operations and Closure of Fixed Deposit Account - Recurring Account - Savings Account -Current Account - Deposit Schemes for NRIs - Types of banks - Commercial Banks- Origin and growth of commercial banks in India - Functions of Commercial Banks - Cooperative Banks- Regional Rural Banks- Agriculture and Rural Development Banks - Development Banks and NBFCs - Financial Services offered by banks - Changing role of commercial banks - Reserve Bank of India - Powers & Functions – Monetary Policy – Credit Control Measures.
Unit-2

Teaching Hours:10

Negotiable Instrument Act

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual

Negotiable Instruments Act – Meaning-Characteristics- Types of NI- Cheques - Meaning - Precautions before honouring a cheque-Circumstances under which a cheque can be dishonoured – Crossing and endorsement - meaning- definitions- types and rules of crossing. Endorsement – Definition - Kinds of endorsement – Significance of endorsement – Paying Banker - Duties and Protection to paying banker- Collecting bankers – Duties - Statutory protection for holder in due course- Concept of negligence.
Unit-3

Teaching Hours:10

Bank Lending and Banking Reforms

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual

Types of Loans and Advances - Principles of Sound lending - Secured vs. Unsecured Advances - Advances against various securities – Priority sector lending - Basel Norms I, II & III-Non-Performing Assets – SARFAESI Act- Banking Sector Reforms.
Unit-4

Teaching Hours:8

Internet Banking

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual

Meaning- Benefits- Home banking- Mobile banking- Virtual banking- Payment banking-E-payments- ATM Card/Biometric card- Debit/Credit card- Smart card- Prepaid Instruments-NEFT- RTGS- ECS (credit/debit)- E-money- Electronic purse- Digital cash – Impact of IT on Banks.
Unit-5

Teaching Hours:10

Insurance

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual

Basic concept of risk- Types of business risk- Risk and return relationship - Assessment and transfer- Basic principles of utmost good faith- Indemnity- Economic function- Proximate cause- Subrogation and contribution –Insurance Terminology - Types of Insurance: Life and Non-life - Fire – Marine – Miscellaneous – Motor - Personal Accident – Health – Liability – Engineering – Aviation - Re-insurance – Underwriting - Online Insurance - New Insurance Products – Insurance Intermediaries - Present State of Insurance Industry in India – Careers in Insurance Industry.
Unit-6

Teaching Hours:10

Regulation & Legal Framework

Level of Knowledge: Conceptual

Power, functions and Role of IRDA - Essentials of General Contract under Indian Contract Act,1872- Essential Feature of Insurance Contracts-Salient Features of Insurance Act,1938- LIC Act,1956- GIC Act,1972- IRDA Act,1999 – Agency Law- Consumer Protection Act(COPA),1986 - The Insurance Ombudsman.
Text Books And Reference Books:

1. Gordon, E., Gupta, P.K. (2012). Banking and Insurance (1st ed.) Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House.


2. Murali,S.&Subbakrishna,,K.R. ( 2010).Bank Credit Management. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House.
Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1. Mishra, &Sukhwinder (2011) Banking Law and Practice. New Delhi: S.Chand Publications.


2. Periasamy,P. (2011) Principles and Practice of Insurance. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing.
3. Bodla, B.S., Garg, M.C., Singh,K.P.,(2004) Insurance Fundamenatals, Environment and Procedures. New Delhi : Deep & Deep Publications.
Evaluation Pattern

Students are evaluated for each paper on the basis of written examination and continuous internal assessment (CIA). Each paper carries maximum of 100 marks and is evaluated as follows:


Assessment Component

Description


Weightage
CIA I
Quizzes, role plays, objective type tests, written assignments, discussion forums, article reviews, case analysis etc.
10%
CIA II
Mid semester written examination conducted for 2 hours duration
25%
CIA III
Group work consisting of presentations, viva voce, and report submission.
10%
ESE
Written examination conducted for 3 hours duration
50%
ATTENDANCE

05%


TOTAL
100%

ENG421 - ENGLISH (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:100

Credits:2

Course Objectives/Course Description

To expose learners to variety of texts to interact with them

To help learners classify ideologies and be able to express the same

To expose learners to visual texts and its reading formulas

To help learners develop a taste to appreciate works of literature through the organization of language

To help develop critical thinking

To help learners appreciate literature and the language nuances that enhances its literary values

To help learners understand the relationship between the world around them and the text/literature

· To help improve their communication skills for larger academic purposes and vocational purposes
· To help learners to improve their oral and written skills for their respective career goals
· To train learners to use appropriate communication skills for various official contexts
· To train learners to enrich their vocabulary and language use to suit various needs

Learning Outcome

· Understand how to engage with texts from various countries, historical, cultural specificities and politics
· Develop an analytical and critical bent of mind to compare and analyze the various literature they read and discuss in class
· Develop a more humane and service oriented approach to all forms of life around them.
· Ability to communicate effectively in speech and in writing

· Ability to use better language to communicate effectively


Unit-1

Teaching Hours:15

unit 1

James Joyce – A Painful Case


Report writing type 2

2. Arthur Conan Doyle – The Adventures of a Dying Detective


Narrative writing style

3.W B Yeats – An Irish Airman Foresees his Death


Resume

Unit-2


Teaching Hours:15

unit 2


4.Dame Edith Sitwell – I Kept my Answers
Negotiation

5.Bob Hicok – Calling him back from Layoff


Telephone etiquettes

6. H C Anderson – The Emperor’s New Clothes

Presentation skills
Unit-3

Teaching Hours:15

unit 3

7. You Will be Hearing from us Shortly- Fanthorpe


Interview

8. Letter to Fanny Brawne


Letter writing

9.B A Krishna – Once upon an Indian Potluck

Descriptive writing style
Text Books And Reference Books:

Exploring English 2


Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Included in the textbook


Evaluation Pattern

Evaluation Pattern


CIA 1: Classroom assignment/test for 20 marks keeping in tune with the course objectives and learning outcomes.
CIA 2: Mid-semester written exam for 50 marks.
CIA 3: Collage, tableaus, skits, talk shows, documentaries, Quizzes or any creative assignments.

Question Paper Pattern

Mid Semester Exam: 2 Hrs
Section A: 4x5= 20
Section B: 1x10=10
Section C: 2x10=20
Total 50

End Semester Exam: 2 hrs


Section A: 4 x 5 = 20
Section B: 1x10=10
Section C: 2x10=20
Total 50
FRN421 - FRENCH (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:50

Credits:2

Course Objectives/Course Description


The curriculum of the French course offered as II language to II B.A /B.Sc /B.Com students is designed to suit the present day requirements where the emphasis is more on the Oral communication. Beginning at an intermediate level, the method progresses to an advanced level through day to day situations with its dialogues where the stress is on the spoken word. The part on French civilization offers useful insights on life and living in France.


Learning Outcome

Enhancement of linguistic competencies and sharpening of written and oral communicative skills.

Unit-1

Teaching Hours:20



Establishing contacts

1. You must be joking


2.We get along well with each other!
Unit-2

Teaching Hours:20

Managing day to day life

1. At your own risk and danger


2. Life is hard
3. What to choose?
4. I know how to do it
Unit-3

Teaching Hours:20

Drama

The man who married a dumb woman


Text Books And Reference Books:

1. Girardet. J ; J.Pécheur. Echo A2 Méthode de français. Paris : Clé International, 2010.(Unit 2 &3. L -12)

2. Dondo. Pathélin et autres pièces. Paris: D.C Heath., 1924.

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

French websites- < google.fr>, etc.
Evaluation Pattern

CIA (Weight)


ESE (Weight)
CIA 1 – Assignments / Letter writing / Film review
10%

CIA 2 –Mid Sem Exam


25%

CIA 3 – Quiz / Role Play / Theatre / Creative projects


10%

Attendance


05%

End Sem Exam

50%
HIN422 - HINDI (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:50

Credits:2

Course Objectives/Course Description

The detailed text-book “AshadKaEk Din” is a play by Mohan Rakes. Technical terminology and Official letter writing are also included in the syllabus. More emphasis is given to functional Hindi in this semester.

Learning Outcome

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Through the prescribed play and the theatre performance, students can go through the process of experiential learning. Technical terminology and Official letter writing are also included in the syllabus. More emphasis is given to functional Hindi in this semester.

Unit-1


Teaching Hours:20

Play-A'shad Ka Ek Din'

The detailed text-book “AshadKaEk Din” is a play by Mohan Rakes. Technical terminology and Official letter writing are also included in the syllabus. More emphasis is given to functional Hindi in this semester.
Unit-2

Teaching Hours:10

Vignapan Kala (Art of advertising)

To enable the students to be familiar with the art of creating advertisements.


Unit-3

Teaching Hours:10

Official correspondence

1.Karyalay adesh


2. Karyalaygyapan
3. sankalp.
Unit-4

Teaching Hours:5

Communicative Hindi

PrashasanikaurVanijya 100 Words


Shabdavali
Text Books And Reference Books:

’ AshadKaEk Din’’


Natak 25Hrs (Drama) . by MohanRakesh, Rajpal and Sons, New Delhi -
Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1. Abhinav Patra-Vyavahar- By: Dr.Paramanand Gupta


2. Vanijya Hindi ByA.R.Narti
3. News reporting and writing: By Mencher,Melvin.
4. Hindi patrakaritakaIthihas: By Jagadeesh Prasad Chaturved
5. Hindi patrakaritaswaroop: B y Vinod Godare
evamsandarbh
6. Media Interview: By Philip Bell,Theovanlee

Evaluation Pattern

CIA-1(Digital learning)
CIA-2(Mid sem examination)
CIA-3(Wikipedia article creation)
End sem examination
HOL - HOLISTIC EDUCATION (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:12

No of Lecture Hours/Week:1

Max Marks:50

Credits:1

Course Objectives/Course Description


Christ University understands the limitations of compartmentalized knowledge which is not adequate enough to face the challenges of the globalized world. With a mission to prepare the students for life and not just for the acquisition of a degree, it encourages every initiative that would help students make perfect connections with the world outside. Inspired by the educational philosophy of Rousseau, Emerson, Ivan Illich, Paulo Freire, Gandhi, Tagore and Blessed Chavara, the University formulated this concept of Holistic Education more than fifteen years ago and included it in the curriculum and makes necessary changes every year. A group of teachers drawn from across the streams go through the whole process of designing the curriculum through a series of intense discussions under the broad classification of three skills: personal, interpersonal and societal.


Learning Outcome

Striving for Academic Excellence

Improved Personal Skills

Improved Interpersonal Skills

Improved Societal Skills

Citizens who can make effective contribution to Society

Professionals who can adapt to changing times

Awareness / Appreciation of Diversity

Strive to be better Human Beings

Life Long Learners

Ability to pursue excellence

Unit-1


Teaching Hours:6

I Semester UG


Personal Skill : Goal Setting and Cyber Etiquettes
Inter-Personal Skill : Dealing with Competition and Leading and Following
Societal Skill : Gender Sensitization and Community Living

III Semester UG


Personal Skill : Spirituality and Transition to Adulthood
Inter-Personal Skill : Alienation and Blocks in Relationship
Societal Skill : Gender Stereotypes and Good Governance

I Semester PG


Personal Skill : Accountability and Mindful Living
Inter-Personal Skill : Alienationand Blocks in Relationship
Societal Skill : Gender Sensitization and Sustainable Development
Text Books And Reference Books:

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

Evaluation Pattern

KAN422 - KANNADA (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:50

Credits:02

Course Objectives/Course Description

The detailed text-book ‘Gunamukha’ is a drama by P. Lankesh, one of the eminent writers of modern Kannada Literature. The play revolves around the emperor Nadir and his kingdom. Struggling to establish his identity through sword and his mighty army against a worthless army of Mughals made him sick, physically and mentally. Due to which, both natural and human forces stood against Nadir and he gets killed by his own soldiers’.

Learning Outcome

Experiential learning through the play


Unit-1

Teaching Hours:25

Play: Gunamukha

All the acts in the play.


Unit-2

Teaching Hours:10

Business Communication

1. Job Advertisement, Application, Appointment Order, Duty Report


2. Preparation of Hand bills, Pamphlets, Banners, Posters and Invitations
3. Précis writing
4. Report Writing
Unit-3

Teaching Hours:10

Communication Skills: Part-2

1. Art of Advertising,


2. Letter to the Editor- Public grevieances, Essay Writing

Text Books And Reference Books:

Unit-1 Play: Gunamukha 15 Hrs
Play writer: P. Lankesh

Unit-2 Business Communication 15 Hrs

1. Job Advertisement, Application, Appointment Order, Duty Report
2. Preparation of Hand bills, Pamphlets, Banners, Posters and Invitations
3. Précis writing
4. Report Writing

Unit-3 Communication Skills: Part-2 15 Hrs

1. Art of Advertising,
2. Letter to the Editor- Public grevieances, Essay Writing

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1. Vanijya Vidhana- Dr. K.M. Krishnan
2. Vyvaharika Kannada- HSK
3. Vanijya Kannada Parichaya- Publication: Prasaranga, Bangalore University

Evaluation Pattern

CIA-1 Digital Learning - Wikipedia
CIA-2 Mid Semsester Examination
CIA-3 Subject Oriented Article Creation- Wikipedia
End Semester Examination

SAN422 - SANSKRIT (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:50

Credits:2

Course Objectives/Course Description

“ The iV semester students are presctbed with drama " Madyamavyayoga: and selected chapters from Kautilyas Arthasttra shulkadyaksya and panyadhyaksha drama for giving exposure to Sanskrit plays before Bhartas natyashastra. The grammar and language component for improving the knowledge of Sanskrit and its use.


Learning Outcome

“Madhyama vyayoga of Bhasa drama for giving exposure to Sanskrit plays before Bhartas natyashastra. The grammar and language component for improving the knowledge of Sanskrit and its use.


Unit-1

Teaching Hours:25

Madhyamavyayoga of Bhasa

Madhyama vyayoga of Basa


Level of knowledge: Basic/conceptual/ Analytical


Unit-2

Teaching Hours:10

kautilyas Arthasastra

Panyadhyaksa and Shulkadyaksha


Level of knowledge: Basic/conceptual/ Analytical.
Unit-3

Teaching Hours:8

Grammar

Karakas and Upapadavibhaktis


Level of knowledge: Basic/conceptual/ Analytical.

Unit-4


Teaching Hours:2

Language component

Translation of given passage to sanskrit
comphrehension
Text Books And Reference Books:

Madyamavyayoga of Bhasa.


Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

1) Basa natakachakram _Chaoukamba editions.


2) Kautilyas Arthasastra by Shamasastri
3) sanskrit Dramas by A.B.Keith
4) Sanskrit grammar by M.R. Kale.
Evaluation Pattern

CIA 1 Wikipedia assignment


CIA 2 mid semester examination
CIA 3 Wikipedia assignment
TAM421 - TAMIL (2016 Batch)

Total Teaching Hours for Semester:45

No of Lecture Hours/Week:3

Max Marks:50

Credits:2

Course Objectives/Course Description


Having prepared the students to understand and appreciate all the forms of literature, this paper introduces two important works from Tamil literary history, Kalithogaifrom Sangam literature and Thirukkural from post-Sangam literature. While the former deals with the complex human relationships through its dramatic narration, the latter speaks about the eternal concerns of man: virtue, wealth and love. For the prose part an important work of fiction in Indian literature Ghatasrarddham, a novella by U R Ananthamurthy is included. It looks at the inability of a traditional society to deal with an extraordinary situation in a woman’s life and the way it passes the judgment on her. As an attempt to understand how literary works have been made into films, a study of Indian popular and art films is introduced.


Learning Outcome

The aim of this paper is to show that human concerns and predicaments are the same irrespective of the age and location. The literary documentation of those who contested the established norms of society will give a better understanding of society and culture. Cinema having occupied a larger mental space of Indians, its study will help an understanding of culture and society.

Unit-1

Teaching Hours:20



Ancient literature and Didactic literature

Coming to the last phase of thier study of language, literature and culture the students will be receptive enough to study the ancient literature and didactic literature.. Both the literatures will be approached from descriptive and critical perspectives


Text Books And Reference Books:

Malliga, R et al (ed).Thamilppathirattu.Vol.II Bangalore: Prasaranga,2011


U R Ananthamurthy,Ghatasrarddham, a novel from the collection, ‘Yugadi- Kannadachirukathaigal’ by Nanjundan, Salem: SDCP Publications, 2000

Essential Reading / Recommended Reading

RECOMMENDED READING :
Varadarajan, Mu. ThamilIllakkiaVaralaru .New Delhi:SahityaAkademi, 2008
Meenakshisundaram T P, A History of Tamil Literature,Annamalai University, 1965
Paavannan, Translations of Kannada plays, short stories and novels
GU Pope, G U, Tirukkural English Translation and Commentary.W.H. Allen, & Co. 1886 Subramaniyam, KaNaa, Tiruvalluvar New Delhi: BharatiyaJnanpith, 1987.

Evaluation Pattern

EXAMINATION AND ASSIGNMENTS: There is a continuous evaluation both at the formal and informal levels. The language skills and the ability to evaluate a text will be assessed
This paper will have a total of 50 marks shared equally by End Semester Exam (ESE) and Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) While the ESE is based on theory the CIA will assess the students' critical thinking, leadership qualities, language skills and creativity

COM531 - COST ACCOUNTING-I (2015 Batch)



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