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Book Prescribed

Soghath-e-Adab Ed. By Dr. Syed Sajjad Hussain, published by University of Madras.




  1. LETTER WRITING




    1. letter to the Principal asking for leave

    2. Letter to the Publisher or Book seller placing order for books

    3. Letter to a Firm Manager seeking a job.

    4. Letter to a Bank Manager seeking a loan

    5. Letter to the father asking money for payment of college fees.



Unit wise distribution

Unit-I (1) Umeed Ki Khushi (First Half)

(2) Letter to the Principal
Unit-II (1) Umeed Ki Khushi (Second Half)

(2) Letter to the Publisher


Unit-III (1) Internet (First Half)

(2) Letter seeking a job


Unit-IV (1) Interner (second half)

(2) Letter to a Bankd Manager


Unit-V (1) Khanvada-e-Walajahi (Full)

(2) Letter to the father.



SECOND SEMESTER



PAPER-II PROSE GRAMMAR AND TRANSLATION






3 Hours Max Marks: 75



(A) PROSE (following lessons only)


  1. Ghalib Ke Khutooth by Ghalib

  2. Abdul Haqw Marhoom by Rasheed Ahmed Sioddqui.

  3. Thirukkural by Dr. Hayath Ifthkhar.



Book Prescribed

Soghath-e-Adab Ed. By Dr. Syed Sajjad Hussain, published by University of Madras.


(B) GRAMMAR –following topics only.


  1. Ism aur Uski Qismein

  2. Sifath

  3. Zameer

  4. Fel

  5. Tazkeer-o-Taneez

Book Prescribed

Urdu Grammar – Yaqoob Aslam




  1. TRANSLATION




    1. Translation of unseen passage from English to Urdu

    2. Translation of commercial Words

Commercial Words


1.Profit, 2.Loss 3.Expensess 4. Investment 5.Debit 6.Credit 7.Export 8. Import 9.Wages 10.Salary 11.Warehouse 12.Cash 13.Account 14.Invoice 15.Tranportations 16.Customer 17.Seller 18.Buyer 19. Discount 20.Commission 21.Interest 22.Bank Loan 23.Voucher 24.Inventory 25.Godown 26.Insurance 27.Rate of Interest 28.Receipt 29.Share 30.Trade 31.Commerce 32. Finance.


Unit wise distribution

Unit-I (1) Ghalib Ke Khutooth

(2) Ism aur Uski Qismein
Unit-II (1) Abdul Haqw Marhoom

(2) Sifath


Unit-III (1) Thirukkural

(2) Zameer


Unit-IV (1) Zameer

(2) Fel
Unit-V (1) Tazkeer-o-Taneez

(2) Translation of unseen passage from English to Urdu.

(3) Translation of commercial Words


QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

PART- A (5X3=15)
5 out of 7 Questions (One or two sentences)

PART- B (5x6=30)
5 out of 7 Questions(Paragraph)
PART -C(3x10=30)
3 out of 6 Questions (Essay Type)

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS

PART – I- PERSIAN

(CBCS)

B.A / B.Sc./B.Com /B.C.A

Max .Marks:100

Credit:4 Time : 3 Hrs I.A: 25 + External : 75
FIRST YEAR
SEMSETER I
PAPER I – PROSE & GRAMMAR - I


BOOKS PRESCRIBED :
1. Chehal Sabaq
Unit 1to 3


  1. Aamadan

Unit 4& 5


SEMSETER II
PAPER II – PROSE AND GRAMMAR -11

Max.Marks:100

Credit:4

Time : 3 Hrs

I.A: 25 + External : 75

BOOKS PRESCRIBED :


  1. Guftugu Naama

Unit 1 to 3
2. Farsi Ke Pahli

Unit 4 & 5



UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS

PART – I - ARABIC


FIRST YEAR

SEMSETER I

B.A / B.SC/B.COM /B.C.A

(CBCS)

PAPER 1 – PROSE & GRAMMAR -1

Max. Marks:100

Credit:4

Time : 3 Hrs

I.A: 25 + External : 75
BOOKS PRESCRIBED :
Duroosul Lugha-Al-Arbia Part-1

By DR.V.Abdur Rahim (From Lesson 1 to 12 )


Unit1 – 1to 4 Lessons

Unit 2 – 5 to 8 Lessons

Unit3 – 9 to 12 Lessons
An-Nahu Al-Wadeh Part -1 (Al-Ibtidaiyyah)

By Ali Alijarim (From Al-Mufeedah to Al-Jumaih Al-Islamiah)


Unit 4 & 5 - 10 Topics
SEMSETER II
PAPER II – PROSE AND GRAMMAR -11

Max. Marks:100

Credit:4

Time : 3 Hrs

I.A: 25 + External : 75
BOOKS PRESCRIBED :
. 1. Duroosul Lugha-Al-Arbia Part-1

By. Dr.V.Abdur Rahim(from Lesson 13 to 23)


Unit 1 – Lesson 13 to 17
Unit 2 – Lesson 18 to 20
Unit 3 – Lesson 21 to 23
2 An-Nahu Al-Wadeh Part -1 (Al-ibtidaiyyah)

By Ali Alijarim (From Nasb al-fel al-mudhare to Al-Nath)

Unit 4& 5 -10 Topics

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS

PART – I - FRENCH

(CBCS)

(COMMON TO ALL U.G. COURSES / P.G. FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSES)


(Effective from the Academic Year 2008-2009)

PAPER-I




SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

SEMSTER SYSTEM:

Semester Title of Paper Hours Marks
I Paper I: Prescribed Text and Grammar-I 3 75
II Paper II: Prescribed Text and Grammar-I 3 75

SYLLABUS

FIRST YEAR





SEMESTER-I
PAPER – I PRESCRIBED TEXT AND GRAMMAR – I
Prescribed Text book: MERIEUX, Régine, LOISEAU, Yves. Connexions - Niveau 1, Didier, Paris, 2004


  • Module 1 - Parler de soi Pages 7 – 39

And the following related pages: Test 1, pg 166;Test 2, pg 167;Test 3, pg 168;

Autoévaluation du module 1, pg 38.


  • Module 2 - Echanger Pages 41 – 73

And the following related pages: Test 4, pg 169; Test 5, pg 170;Test 6, pg 171;

Autoévaluation du module 2, pg 72.
(The following pages are not included: pg 40 & 74)
SEMESTER-II
PAPER – I PRESCRIBED TEXT AND GRAMMAR – I
Prescribed Text book: MERIEUX, Régine, LOISEAU, Yves. Connexions - Niveau 1, Didier, Paris, 2004.


  • Module 3 - Agir dans l’éspace Pages 75 – 107

And the following related pages: Test 7, pg 172;Test 8, pg 173;Test 9, pg 174;

Autoévaluation du module 3, pg 106.


  • Module 4 - Se situer dans le temps Pages 109 – 141

And the following related pages: Test 10, pg 175;Test 11, pg 176;Test 12, pg 177;



Autoévaluation du module 4, pg 140.
(The following pages are not included: pg 108, 142 & 143)

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN FOR PART –I FOUNDATION COURSE IN FRENCH

SEMESTER – I

PAPER I- PRESCRIBED TEXT AND GRAMMAR – I
Section A: Questions on Grammar. (7x5=35)

For example: [Choisissez Sept de ces questions tirées du manuel prescrit ]

  1. Comptez et écrivez les nombres en lettres 

  2. Complétez avec les articles définis 

  3. Complétez avec des adjectives féminines

  4. Complétez avec les verbes à la forme qui convient 

  5. Complétez avec des adjectives possessifs 

  6. Ecrivez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent

  7. Complétez avec les verbes indiqués au futur proche

  8. Regardez les pendules et écrivez l’heure en lettres 

  9. Remplacez les mots soulignés par lui, elle, eux ou elles

  10. Transformez les phrases

  11. Complétez les phrases avec le, la, l’, les, du, de l’ ou de la

  12. Ecrivez des phrases à la forme négative


Section B : Civilisation & Vocabulaire (5 x 4=20 marks ) For example:

  1. Répondez aux questions suivantes : (5x1=5)

    1. Qu’est-ce que c’est un TGV.

    2. Nommez deux chaînes de télévision française ?

    3. Nommez deux fêtes françaises ?

    4. Quels sont les plats préférés des Anglais quand ils ne sont pas chez eux ?

    5. Relevez deux loisirs des jeunes Français.

  1. Chassez l’intrus (5x1=5)

  2. Choisissez la meilleure réponse (5x1=5)

  3. Faites des phrases avec les expressions tirées du manuel prescrit . (5x1=5)


Section C : (4x5=20)


  1. Ecrivez une carte postale à votre ami en décrivant vos vacances de Noël /une fête nationale ou religieuse / un repas que vous avez aimé/ votre appartement

  2. Complétez le dialogue ( tiré du texte)

  3. Remettez le dialogue dans l’ordre ( tiré du texte)

  4. Lisez le passage ( tiré d’un autre manuel destiné aux débutants -Niveau 1) et répondez aux cinq questions qui s’en suivent.

*********
QUESTION PAPER PATTERN FOR PART –I FOUNDATION COURSE IN FRENCH

SEMESTER – II

PAPER II- PRESCRIBED TEXT AND GRAMMAR – II

Section A: Questions on Grammar. (7x5=35)

For example: [Choisissez Sept de ces questions tirées du manuel prescrit ]


  1. Ecrivez des verbes soulignés à l’impératif

  2. Trouvez une autre façon d’exprimer chaque phrase

  3. Complétez avec qui, que, où

  4. Mettez les phrases au passé

  5. Remplacez l’élément souligné par un pronom

  6. Rétablissez ces phrases familières en français standard

  7. Transformez les questions (Est-ce que -> l’inversion)

  8. Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au passé composé

  9. Remplacez les mots soulignés par leur contraire

  10. Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur simple

  11. Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au subjonctif

  12. Complétez les phrases avec des indicateurs de temps


Section B : Civilisation & Vocabulaire (5 x 4=20 marks)

1. Répondez aux questions suivantes : (5x1=5)

    1. Nommez deux jeux préférés des Français.

    2. Pourquoi faut-il trier les déchets ?

    3. Que veut dire BD ?

    4. Nommez deux pays francophones à part la France  ?

    5. Quelle invention française est –elle aujourd’hui complètement dépassée par l’internet ?

2. Chassez l’intrus (5x1=5)

  1. Choisissez la meilleure réponse (5x1=5)

  2. Faites des phrases avec les expressions tirées du manuel prescrit. (5x1=5)


Section C: (4x5=20 marks)


  1. Ecrivez une carte postale à votre ami en décrivant vos vacances de Noël /une fête nationale ou religieuse / un repas que vous avez aimé/ votre appartement

  2. Complétez le dialogue (tiré du texte)

  3. Remettez le dialogue dans l’ordre (tiré du texte)

  4. Lisez le passage (tiré d’un autre manuel destiné aux débutants -Niveau 1) et répondez aux cinq questions qui s’en suivent.

*********

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS

PART – II – ENGLISH

(CBCS)

(Common to all U.G Degree Courses and P.G Five Year Integrated Courses)

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM

(Effective from the academic year 2008 -2009)


SYLLABUS
SEMESTER - I – Paper – I
Unit I Touchstone : Synergy of Values (Madras University Publications)


  1. Antony Robbins – Living Excellence

  2. David J. Schwartz – Use Goals to Help You Grow

  3. Rudyard Kipling – If

Unit II Prose : Words of Wisdom Ed; S. Subramanian (Anu Chitra)




  1. W. R. Inge - Spoon Feeding

5. L. A. G. Strong - Reading for Pleasure

6. M. K. Gandhi - Women not the Weaker Sex – M. K. Gandhi


Unit III Poetry : Symphony Ed., S. Devaprasad (Allied Publishers)


  1. William Wordsworth - Te Tables Turned

8. W. B. Yeats - The Lake Isle of Innisfree

  1. Robert Frost - Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Unit IV Short Stories : Spectrum of Short Stories Ed., K. V. Ragavendra


10. Katherine Mansfield -- A Cup of Tea

11 Somerset Maugham - A Friend in Need

12. K. A. Abbas - The Sparrows
Unit V - Functional English
Text Based : Synonyms, Antonyms, Substitution of a single word for a group of

Words, Word Classes


Grammar : Sentence Types, Sentence Structure, Completion of Sentences, Transformation of sentences – Negatives - Interrogatives, Yes / No Questions, ‘Wh’ Questions, Question Tags.

Verbs – Tense - Present and Past – Aspect – Infinitive, Present

Participle, Past Participle, the Auxiliaries, Concord
Comprehension (Text based)


QUESTION PATTERN
SEMESTER – I - ENGLISH I
PART –A (25 MARKS)
SECTION – I Short Answers – 50 words – Choice 5 out of 7 - Marks - 5 x 2 = 10

Question 1 & 2 - Prose

Question 3 & 4 – Poetry

Question 5 , 6 & 7 - Touchstone and Short Stories


SECTION – II (Grammar & Functional English) – Choice 10 out of 12

Marks - 10 x 1 =10
(i) Filling the blanks with suitable verbs given in the brackets – (2questions)
(ii) Change into negatives (1 question)
(iii) Change into Interrogative - Yes/No questions, Wh questions, Question tags (3 questions)
(iv) Correction of sentences -Tense/Concord (2 questions)
(v) Answer a question, question to an answer (2 questions)
(vi) Using a word both as a noun and verb in sentence of their own - ( 1 questions)
(vii) Synonyms of two words ( 1 question)

SECTION – III - comprehension - 5 MARKS)
A passage of about 100 words from the prescribed texts followed by 5 questions

PART – B (5 x 4 = 20 MARKS)

Paragraph questions – 150 words - 5 paragraphs - Choice 5 out of 7 -
Five marks each - 5 x 4 = 20 Marks
Question 1 - Prose

Question 2 & 3 – Poetry

Question 4 & 5 - Touchstone

Question 6 & 7 - Short Stories



PART – C (3 x 10 = 30 MARKS)
Essay questions - 300 words each – 3 Essays - Choice 3 out of 5 -
Question 1 & 2 - Prose

Question 3 – Poetry

Question 4 - Touchstone

Question 5 - Short Stories

Model Question Paper

First Semester – English Paper I


Time 3 Hrs Max 75 Marks

PART –A (25 MARKS)
SECTION – I (5 x 2 = 8 Marks)
Answer Five of the following each in about 50 words


  1. Explain Inge’s reference to Lord Averbury’a ants.

  2. Why does Gandhi feel that the future is with women?

  3. How does Frost describe the forest on the snowy evening?

  4. Sum up Wordsworth’s criticism of intellect.

  5. Why is Kipling’s poem titled, ‘If’?

  6. In what context does Schwartz refer to Dave Mahoney?

  7. What motivated Rosemary Fell to take Miss. Smith home for a cup of tea?


SECTION – II (10 x 1 = 10 Marks)

8. Rewrite as directed any Ten of the following

i. The man in the white hat who --- ( walk) past the door --- (work) in our

complex


( Fill up the blanks with suitable present tense of the verbs given in the brackets)

ii You ( speak) to my sister yesterday?’

No, I ---- ( not see) her for some months.

( Fill up the blanks with suitable verbs given in the brackets)

iii She did it pretty well

( Change into negative)

iv. Yes, they are French

( Frame a question for the above reply)

v. I intend to meet her next week

(Frame a question for the above reply )

vi. You didn’t respond to my invitation,

( Add a question tag)

vii. Neither money nor fame have given him happiness

(Correct the sentence if necessary)

viii I want to know why did you not attend the meeting..

(Correct the sentence if necessary)

ix How do you come to college?

( Frame an answer to the question)

x . Does she come regularly to classes?

( Frame a negative response to the above question)

xi Use Waste both as noun and verb in sentences of your own

xii. Give the synonyms of Monotonous Obliterate



SECTION – III ( 5 x 1 = 05 Marks)

9. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below


Some good people, when they saw me reading penny bloods in the train on my way to school, would shake their heads and say they wondered my parents allowed it. But my father, a man of great sympathy and good sense, took a wise and tolerant view. He argued that, if I had sense, I would grow out of this type of reading; if I had not, it did not mater what I read, as I should be a fool anyway. Besides he argued, if he forbade me to read these things, I should want to read them all the more because they would have the charm of being illegal. He was proved right on that point.


  1. What was the author doing while he was on his way to his school which made some good people shake their heads?

  2. Why did some good people shake their heads?

  3. How does the author describe his father and why?

  4. What was the father’s tolerant view?

  5. What is the charm of being illegal?


PART –B (5 x 4 = 20 MARKS)
Answer five of the following each in about 150 words, choosing two from each section

10 Why does Gandhi want to rebel when women are called the weaker sex? What is

his advice to women as to how they should fight against this libel?

11. Describe the conflict in the mind of the traveler in Stopping by the Woods and how it is

Resolved.
12. What attraction does the Lake Isle of Innisfree hold for Yeats?

13. How does Robbins show that happiness and success in life are not the result of what

we have but rather how we live?
14. What are the qualities does Kipling want a man to develop to possess the earth?
15. Why did Rahim Khan decide to avenge himself on his parents, his family and on

society and how did he execute his resolve?

16. ‘Rosemary Fell was not exactly beautiful’ – Bring out the significance of this

opening sentence of “ A Cup of Tea’.


PART – C ( 3 x 10 = 30 MARKS)
Answer three of the following each in about 300 words

17. What, in Inge’s view, are the damages which civilization has been causing to man?



  1. What are the various wrong reasons for which people read books? How does

Strong want us to read books? Why?

  1. Why does Wordsworth call books ‘ barren leaves’ and why does he want books to be

replaced by nature?

20 Why does Schwartz establish that no one stumbles into success without a goal?

21. Bring out the calculated callousness and cruelty of Burton to his friend in need?
SEMESTER – II – Paper - II
Unit I Touchstone : Synergy of Values (Madras University Publications)


  1. Essential characteristics of Human Rights – H. Victor Conde

  2. A Negro Labourer in Liuverpool – David Rubadri

  3. Adams and Eves - Anand Kumar Raju

Unit II Prose : Words of Wisdom Ed., S. Subramanian (Anu Chitra)


  1. Try Prayer Power – Norman Vincent Peale

  2. On Not Answering the Telephone – W. Plomer

  3. Ecology – Barry Commoner

Unit III Poetry : Symphony Ed., S. Devaprasad (Allied Publishers)




  1. Promotheus Unbound - A. D. Hope

  2. Looking for a Cousin on a Swing - A. K. Ramanujam

  3. My Grandmother’s House - Kamals Das

Unit IV Short Stories : Spectrum of Short Stories Ed., K. V. Ragavendra




  1. An Astrologer’s Day – R. K. Narayan

  2. Search for A Stranger – Gordon S. Livingstone

  3. The Model Millionaire – Oscar Wilde

Functional English


Text Based : Synonyms, Antonyms, Substitution of a single word for a group of

Words, Word Classes

Grammar : Revision of tenses, Voice, Conditional Sentences,

Infinitive and Gerund, Introductory It, There


Clauses- Dependent, Independent – Simple, Compound, complex

Comprehension (unknown text)




QUESTION PATTERN - SEMESTER – II
PART –A (25 MARKS)
SECTION – I Short Answers – 50 words – Choice 5 out of 7 - Marks - 5 x 2 = 10

Question 1 & 2 - Prose

Question 3 & 4 – Poetry

Question 5 , 6 & 7 - Touchstone and Short Stories


SECTION – II (Grammar & Functional English) – Choice 10 out of 12 -

Marks - 10 x 1 =10
(i) Filling the blanks with suitable verbs in conditional sentences

(2 questions)


(ii) Completing the sentence with dependent, independent clauses – Transformation of simple, compound and complex sentences ( 2 questions)
(iii). Change the Voice = active to passive (1 question). Passive to active ( 1 question)
(jv) Competing a sentence in passive voice in the tense suggested
(iv) Rewriting the sentence with introductory It, There (1 question)
(v) Combining a pair of sentence using a participle ( 1 question )
(vi) One word substitute – 2 (1 question )
(viii) Synonyms - 2 ( 1 question )

(ix) Changing a word class to another – 2 – ( I question)


SECTION – III - Comprehension – Marks – 5

An unknown passage of about 100 words followed by 5 questions



PART – B (5 x 4 = 20 MARKS)

Paragraph questions – 150 words - 5 paragraphs - Choice 5 out of 7 - 5 x 4 = 20 Marks
Question 1 - Prose

Question 2 & 3 – Poetry

Question 4 & 5 - Touchstone

Question 6 & 7 - Short Stories



PART – C (3 x 10 = 30 MARKS)
Essay questions - 300 words each – 3 Essays - Choice 3 out of 5 - 3 x 10 = 30 MARKS
Question 1 & 2 - Prose

Question 3 – Poetry

Question 4 - Touchstone

Question 5 - Short Stories


Model Question Paper

Second Semester – English Paper II
Time 3 Hrs Max 75 Marks

PART –A (25 MARKS)
SECTION – I (5 x 2 = 10 Marks)
Answer Five of the following each in about 50 words


  1. Account for Plomer’s dislike for typewriters.

2 Why does Barry Commoner compare the moderns to the sorcerer’s apprentice?

3. Why is Promotheus described as a ‘ Friend of Man’ ?

4. What does the girl in Ramanujam’s poem try “to be innocent about it”?

5. How did Surekha handle Bimmy and his group?

6. Why did Colonel Merton not approve of Hughie as his son – in – law ?

7. How did the astrologer endear himself to the hearts of his clients?


SECTION – II ( 10 x 1 = 10 Marks

7. Rewrite as directed any Ten of the following

i. We would have won the match if the rain ----( play) the spoil sport.

(Fill up the blank with suitable form of the verb given in the brackets)

ii It was so hot -------

(Complete the sentence with a subordinate clause)

iii. On my pressing the button the lift came to a stop

(Change the phrase ‘On my pressing the button’ into a main clause)

iv. Poverty drove him to desperation.

(Change the voice)

v. My mood was noticed by others with sympathy

(Change the voice)

vi. W hat ---- (do) about this?

(Complete using passive voice - present perfect tense of the verb given)

vii. We are not certain when the results will be announced.

( Rewrite the sentence with an introductory It)

viii Having failed in my practicals, the examiner asked me to try again.

(Correct the sentence if necessary)


ix. He got angry. He slapped the boy.

( Complete the sentence using a particle)

x Give one word equivalent for

Not fit to live in , To make an open declaration

xi. Give the synonyms of Listless, Asphyxiated
xii. Change the following into nouns.

Humble, Practise



SECTION – III ( 1 x 5 = 05 Marks)

  1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below

One Indian virtue that has impressed me greatly and touched me deeply is the Indian people’s freedom from rancour. When you the people of India , find yourselves forced to struggle with other people – there are situations in which this cannot be avoided – you manage, so it seems to me, to do this without letting yourselves fall into adversaries. A recent example is the spirit in which you conducted your successful struggle with my country for your country’s independence. And when one struggle is over you certainly do not brood over the past or nurse grievances



  1. To which country does the speaker belong? How do you know?

  2. How did the Indian people’s freedom from rancour impact the speaker?

  3. What does ‘freedom from rancour ’ mean?

  4. Is the speaker critical of India’s struggle with other people? How do you know?

  5. What is special about Indian way of struggle?


PART –B (5 x 4 = 20 MARKS)
Answer four of the following each in about 150 words

10 . How does Peale bring out the effectiveness of prayer power?

11. How does Hope re- create the myth of Promotheus and to what end?

12. How does Kamal Das contrast her past with the present?

13. What do you understand from Uncle T’s discussion to be the various reasons for the

prevalence of eve- teasing?

14. How does Rubadri present the loneliness and hopelessness of the Liverpool labourer?

15. Outline the role of Alan Trevor.

16. How did the astrologer escape the wrath of Guru Nayak?
PART – C (3 x 10 = 30 MARKS)

Answer four of the following each in about 250 words, choosing two from each section

17. Why does Barry Commoner caution us against reckless scientific enterprises in the name of

expansion of technology?

18. How does Plomer defend his dislike for telephone? Is his dislike absolute?

19. Critically examine, ‘ Looking for a Cousin on a Swing’.

20 What are the distinctive characteristics of human rights and explain the various

functional principles necessary to implement human rights in a non –political way?
21. Describe Livingstone’s search for a stranger and how it ends.

SYLLABUS

01. B. A. DEGREE COURSE IN APPLIED SANSKRIT

I Semester - Core Major Paper I Introduction to Sanskrit Literature I

(4 credits)

Unit I Introduction to Sanskrit (not for exams)

Unit II The four Vedas

Unit III Brahmanas

Unit IV Upanisads

Unit V Sutra Literature


Core Major Paper II Introduction to Sanskrit Literature II

(4 credits)

Unit I Basic Samskrit

Unit II Epics

Unit III Puranas

Unit IV Mahakavyas

Unit V Khandakavyas



Core Allied I- Paper I Introduction to Ayurveda

(5 credits)

Unit I Definition of Ayurveda

Unit II Objects of Ayurveda

Unit III Parts of Ayurveda

Unit IV Panchabhutas and their specific qualities
II Semester - Core Major Paper III Poetry -I (4 credits)

Prescribed text : (Kumarasambavam) 5th Canto

Unit I Introduction to the Kavya

Unit II Verses 1 to 30

Unit III Verses 31 to 60

Unit IV Verses 61 to the end.

Core Major Paper IV- Prose –I (4 credits)

Prescribed text : Panchatantra (Mitralabha)

Unit I Story - I

Unit II Story - II

Unit III Story - III

Unit IV Story - IV

Unit V Story - V

Unit VI Story - VI

Core Allied I Paper –II

-Introduction to Agama Literature (5 credits)

Unit I History of Agamas

Unit II Types of Agamas

Unit III Diferences between the various systems

of Agamas.

Unit IV Relevance of Agamas



02. B.A. DEGREE COURSE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS

I SEMESTER
Core Paper : 1 ECONOMICS OF FIRM STRATEGY - I


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