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ARTS SUBJECTS


Language

4+2 hours


English

4+2 hours

Core subject I

5 hours

Core subject II



5 hours


Allied subject



6 hours

Non-major elective

2 hours

Total

30 hours

The recommendations of the High Power Committee are as follows, for compliance:-





The reduced syllabi for Part–I Tamil and Part–II English and Part – IV Tamil (VI std) and Advanced level in Tamil are enclosed and the same should be followed.

SCIENCE SUBJECT







Non-practical Science subject (without practicals )

Part I – Language - 6 hrs (inclusive of 2 hrs for

Part IV BasicTamil /Advanced

Tamil/Non-Major electives)

Part II – English - 6 hrs (2hrs for Soft skills)

Part III – Core subjects

Paper I - 6hrs

Paper II - 6hrs

Allied - 6hrs

-------


30hrs

-------


SCIENCE SUBJECT WITH PRACTICALS
Part I Language - 6 hrs (inclusive of 2 hrs for

Part IV BasicTamil /Advanced

Tamil/Non-Major electives)

Part II English - 6 hrs (2hrs for Soft skills)


Part III Core subjects

Core( Theory +Practicals) - 9 hrs (6 hrs + 3hrs Practicals)

Allied Paper

( Theory +Practicals) - 9 hrs (6hrs + 3 hrs Practicals)

(Total 18 hrs prescribed ---------

for I & II semester) 30 hrs

----------


1


Language

4 hours regular paper + 2 hours

Part IV Tamil – Basic / Advanced /Non-major Elective



Until suitable steps are taken by the Govt. to provide adequate staff for handling the various programmes

2


English

4 hours regular paper + 2 hours for teaching Soft skills

Students who have studied Tamil X or XII level but are pursuing non-tamil in their graduation may be given the option of either Advanced Tamil or Non-major Elective.


Question Paper Pattern

SECTION – A ( 30 words)

10 OUT OF 12 - 10 X 2 marks = 20 marks



SECTION – B (200 words)

5 out of 7 - 5 x 5 marks = 25 marks


SECTION – C (500 words)

3 out of 5 - 3x 10 marks = 30 marks

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TOTAL = 75 marks

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INTERNAL MARKS

Tests (2 out of 3 ) = 10

Attendance* = 5

Seminars = 5

Assignments = 5

-----


25 marks

-----
*Break-up Details for Attendance

Below 60% - No marks

60% to 75% - 3 marks

76% to 90 % - 4 marks

91% to 100% - 5 marks

The Committee recommends that the college, over and above the minimum credits of 140 can offer Add-on Courses to the students in various disciplines to enhance their employability. It is optional and not compulsory.
The number of working hours per week for the students for getting the 140 prescribed credits should not exceed 30 hours of class per week and no faculty member should be allocated extra hours beyond the prescribed 16 lecture hours.

The recommendations in-respect of Part-IV Tamil courses may be offered by the Autonomous Colleges also in tune with the policy of the Govt. of Tamil nadu.


PG COURSES

The total credits allotted for

PG COURSES - is minimum of 90 credits

Core subjects - 15 x 4 = 60 credits

Soft Skills - 4 x 2 = 8 Crdits }

Internship - 1 x 2 = 2 Credits } 10 credits

(during summer vocation of

II semester)

Internal Elective subject +

Extra Disciplinary Elective Subjects - 5 +2 = 7 subjects

7 x 3 = 21 credits

60 + 10 + 21 = 91 credits


Extra disciplinary subjects should be allocated in the II & III semester alone for all PG Courses.
The number of working hours per week for the students for getting the 90 prescribed credits should not exceed 30 hours of class per week and no faculty member should be allocated extra hours beyond the prescribed lecture hours.
The Chairman / Chairperson were requested to forward the list of Non-major elective for I & II semester together with Syllabus and same are enclosed for necessary action
The remaining subject of Non-Major Elective will be placed in Web and the same may be downloaded from the University Web site “viz. www.unom.ac.in.”.

I am also to inform you that the above Regulations and Syllabus including Soft skill for I & II semester of UG/PG/MBA/MCA/ courses under CBCS pattern to be offered in the affiliated Colleges from the academic year 2008-2009 and thereafter are placed in the University Web site Viz. “www.unom.ac.in.” The matter is placed under Word.



I am further to inform you that necessary prior permission shall be obtained from the University in the prescribed manner for offering any New course instituted in the University.

Any further clarification required by the colleges, please contact Tel: 25399561

This may kindly be brought to the notice of all the concerned in your College / Department / Institution/ Staff/ Students.
The receipt of this communication together with CD may kindly be acknowledged.

Yours faithfully,

Sd/………21/7/08

REGISTRAR-i/c.



Encl: Electronic Version [CD]
Copy to :

1 The Controller of Examinations-in-charge

2. The Director, IDE

3. The Sr. Deputy Registrar (Academic) 4. The Additional C.O.E. (Regular)

5. The Secretary to Vice-Chancellor

6. The Assistant Registrar (UG/PG Exams)

7. The Assistant Registrar (Confidential) / A.R. (Affln.)

8. The Sr. P.A. to the Registrar / 9. The Sr. P.A. to C.O.E.i/c.,

10. The Section Officers; A1, A II, C & R-I, C&R-II, C&R-III, CBCS

M.A./ M.Com, M.Sc. , M.B.A./M.C.A. ; B.A/B.Sc., B.Com, G.1 Section.

11. The Director, Network Operating Centre 12. Spare copy
REGULATIONS AND SYLLABI ARE FOLLOWS

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES - UNDER THE FACULTY OF ARTS (B.A)
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM.

(Effective from the academic year 2008 – 2009)


REGULATIONS

1. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION :
Candidates for admission to the first year of the Degree of Bachelor of Arts Course shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations (Academic or Vocational Stream) conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the Syndicate of the University of Madras
Provided that candidates for admission into the specific main subject of Study shall also possess such other qualifying conditions as may be prescribed by the University as given in the APPENDIX - A.
2. ELIGIBILITY FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE: -
A Candidate shall be eligible for the award of the Degree only if he/she has undergone the prescribed course of study in a College affiliated to the University for a period of not less than three academic years. passed the examinations of all the Six Semesters prescribed earning 140 credits in Parts-I, II, III, IV & V.
3. DURATION:

  1. Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters. The first academic year shall comprise the first and second semesters, the second academic year the third and fourth semesters and the third academic year the fifth and sixth semesters respectively.




  1. The odd semesters shall consist of the period from June to November of each year and the even semesters from December to April of each year. There shall be not less than 90 working 'days for each semester.



4. COURSE OF STUDY:
The main Subject of Study for Bachelor Degree Courses shall consist of the following and shall be in accordance with APPENDIX-B
PART – I TAMIL / OTHER LANGUAGES

PART – II ENGLISH


PART – III CORE SUBJECTS

ALLIED SUBJECTS

PROJECT/ELECTIVES WITH THREE COURSES
PART – IV

1.(a) Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two course (level will be at 6th Standard).


(b) Those who have studies Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.
(c) Others who do not come under a + b can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.
2. Skill based subjects (Elective) - (SOFT SKILLS)
3. Environmental Studies
4 Value Education

PART – V EXTENSION ACTIVITIES




5. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES:
A candidate shall be awarded a maximum of 1 Credits for Complusory Extension Service.

All the Students shall have to enrol for NSS /NCC/ NSO (Sports & Games) Rotract/ Youth Red cross or any other service organizations in the college and shall have to put in Complusory minimum attendance of 40 hours which shall be duly certified by the Principal of the college before 31st March in a year. If a student LACKS 40 HOURS ATTENDANCE in the First year, he/she shall have to compensate the same during the subsequent years.

Students those who complete minimum attendance of 40 hours in One year will get HALF A CREDIT and those who complete the attendance of 80 or more hours in Two Years will ONE CREDIT.

Literacy and population Education Field Work shall be compulsory components in the above extension service activities.



6. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:
Scheme of Examination shall be as given in APPENDIX - C.

 Model Scheme



Course Component

Name of the course

Inst. Hour

Credits

Exam Hours

Max. Marks

Ext.mark

Int. mark

Total

PART-I

Language










75

25

100

PART-II

English










75

25

100

PART-III

Core subject :










75

25

100

Core Subject










75

25

100

Allied Subject










75

25

100

PART – IV

1.(a) Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two course (level will be at 6th Standard).

(b) Those who have studies Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.

(c) Others who do not come under a + b can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.





















2*Skill based subjects(Elective) – (Soft Skill)




















The following procedure be be followed for Internal Marks:
Theory Papers: Internal Marks 25

INTERNAL MARKS

Tests (2 out of 3 ) = 10

Attendance* = 5

Seminars = 5

Assignments = 5

-----


25 marks

-----


*Break-up Details for Attendance

Below 60% - No marks

60% to 75% - 3 marks

76% to 90 % - 4 marks

91% to 100% - 5 marks

Practical: Internal Marks 40

Attendance 5 marks

Practical Test best 2 out of 3 30 marks

Record 5 marks



Project:

Internal Marks best 2 out of 3 presentations 20 marks

Viva 20 marks

Project Report 60 marks




7. REQUIREMENTS FOR PROCEEDING TO SUBSEQUENT SEMESTER:


  1. Candidates shall register their names for the First Semester Examination after the admission in UG Courses.




  1. Candidates shall be permitted to proceed from the First Semester up to Final Semester irrespective of their failure in any of the Semester Examination subject to the condition that the candidates should register for all the arrear subject of earlier semesters along the current (subsequent) Semester Subjects.




  1. Candidates shall be eligible to go to subsequent semester, only if they earn, sufficient attendance as prescribed therefor by the Syndicate from time to time.

Provided in case of a candidate earning less than 50% of attendance in any one of the Semesters due to any extraordinary circumstances such as medical grounds, such candidates who shall produce Medical Certificate issued by the Authorised Medical Attendant (AMA), duly certified by the Principal of the college, shall be permitted to proceed to the next semester and to complete the Course of study. Such Candidates shall have to repeat the missed Semester by rejoining after completion of Final Semester of the course, after paying the fee for the break of study as prescribed by the University from time to time.



8. PASSING MINIMUM:

A candidate shall be declared to have passed:



  1. There shall be no Passing Minimum for Internal.

  2. For External Examination, Passing Minimum shall be of 40%(Forty Percentage) of the maximum marks prescribed for the paper for each Paper/Practical/Project and Viva-voce.

  3. In the aggregate (External + Internal) the passing minimum shall be of 40% .

  4. He/She shall be declared to have passed the whole examination, if he/she passes in all the papers and practicals wherever prescribed / as per the scheme of examinations by earning 140 CREDITS in Parts-I, II, III, IV & V. (He/she shall also fulfill the extension activities prescribed earning a minimum of 1 Credit to qualify for the Degree).


9. CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES:

PART- I TAMIL / OTHER LANGUAGES

TAMIL/OTHER LANGUAGES: Successful candidates passing the Examinations for the Language and securing the marks (1) 60 percent and above and (ii) 50 percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examination in the FIRST and SECOND class, respectively. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the THIRD Class.
PART – II ENGLISH

ENGLISH: Successful candidates passing the examinations for English and securing the marks (i) 60 percent and above and (ii) 50 percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examination in the FIRST and SECOND Class, respectively. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the THIRD class.


PART – III consisting of CORE SUBJECTS, ALLIED SUBJECTS, PROJECT / ELECTIVE with three courses:
Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses together and securing the marks (i) 60 percent and above (ii) 50 percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate of the marks prescribed for the Core courses together shall be declared to have passed the examination in the FIRST and SECOND Class respectively. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Third Class.
PART – IV (consisting of sub items 1 (a), (b) & (c), 2, 3 and 4) as furnished in the Regulations 4 Part-IV supra.
PART – V EXTENTION ACTIVITIES:

Successful Candidate earning of 1 credit SHALL NOT BE taken into consideration for Classification/Ranking/ Distinction.



10. RANKING

Candidates who pass all the examinations prescribed for the Course in the FIRST APPEARANCE ITSELF ALONE are eligible for Ranking / Distinction;


Provided in the case of Candidates who pass all the examinations prescribed for the Course with a break in the First Appearance due to the reasons as furnished in the Regulations 7. (iii) supra are only eligible for Classification.


11. TRANSITORY PROVISION:

Candidates who have undergone the course of study prior to the academic year 2008-2009 will be permitted to appear for the examinations under those Regulations for a period of TWO years i.e. upto and inclusive of April May 2012 Examinations. Thereafter, they will be permitted to appear for the examination only under the Regulations then in force.



Question Paper Pattern

SECTION – A ( 30 words)

10 OUT OF 12 - 10 X 2 marks = 20 marks



SECTION – B (200 words)

5 out of 7 - 5 x 5 marks = 25 marks


SECTION – C (500 words)

3 out of 5 - 3x 10 marks = 30 marks

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TOTAL = 75 marks

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APPENDIX - A
ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS FOR

ADMISSION TO THE FOLLOWING COURSES


.
B.A. in Labour Management
Candidates for the Degree of B.A., in Labour Management shall be required to have passed the High Secondary Examination conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu with NOT LESSTHAN 50% marks aggregate or an Examination accepted as equivalent thereto by the Syndicate of this University.'
B. Music - Bachelor of Music :


  1. Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Music shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu, or an Examination accepted as equivalent thereto by the Syndicate, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed therefor.




  1. They should have undergone an Entrance test in musical aptitude conducted by the Admission Committee the college where the course is being offered. No Entrance test is essential for the course offered by the Institute of Correspondence Education, University of Madras .




  1. They shall have subsequently undergone the prescribed course of study in a college affiliated to the University for a period of not less than three academic year, passed the examinations prescribed and fulfilled such conditions as have been prescribed therefor.

APPENDIX - B


COURSE OF STUDY
The Course of Study shall comprise the study of Part-I to Part-V.
PART - I TAMIL/OTHER LANGUAGES comprise the study of:
Tamil or any one of the following Modern (Indian or Foreign) or classical languages at the optional candidate, according to the syllabi and text-books prescribed from time to time.

(i) Modern (Indian) - Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Urdu &

Hindi.
(ii) Foreign -Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese,

& Russian


(iii) Classical - Sanskrit, Arabic & Persian.

PART – II ENGLISH according to the syllabi and text-books prescribed from time to

time.
PART – III MAIN SUBJECT Comprise the study of

(a) Core Courses; (b) Allied Subjects (c) Project / Electives with three courses:


(A) MAIN SUBJECTS:

Each candidate shall choose any one of the following Main Subjects [Core Courses] under the FACULTY OF ARTS

01. B.A. APPLIED SANSKRIT
02 B.A. BUSINESS ECONOMICS
03. B.A. CORPORATE ECONOMICS
04. B.A DEFENCE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES
05. B.A ECONOMICS
06. B.A ENGLISH
07. B.A HISTORICAL STUDIES
08. B.A HISTORY & TOURISM· I
09. B.A LABOUR MANAGEMENT
10 B.A PHILOSOPHY
11. B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE
12. B.A PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
13. B.A. SANSKRIT
14. B.A SOCIOLOGY

15. B.A. TAMIL


16. B.A. TELUGU
17. B.A. TOURISM & TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
18. B.Music BACHELOR OF MUSIC
19. B.S.W. (BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK)
SYLLABUS WILL BE PRESCRIBED LATER FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

1. Any other subjects left off.


(B) ALLIED SUBJECTS:

Each candidate shall choose the Allied Subjects as prescribed in the Scheme of Examination :



(C) PROJECT / ELECTIVES with Three Courses

PART – IV

1.(a) Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two course (level will be at 6th Standard).
(b) Those who have studies Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.
(c) Others who do not come under a + b can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.
2. Skill based subjects (Elective) - (SOFT SKILLS)
3. Environmental Studies
4 Value Education

PART – V EXTENSION ACTIVITIES



APPENDIX -C

01. B.A DEGREE COURSE IN APPLIED SANSKRIT
FIRST SEMESTER


Sl. No.


COURSE

COMPONENTS


NAME


OF

COURSE


SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAMDURATOON HRS.

MAX

MARKS


Theory: 75

Internal : 25



1.


PART – I

LANG. PAPER I

I

6 HRS

3

3

100

2.


PART- II

ENGLISH PAPER I

I

6 HRS

3

3

100

3.


PART – III

CORE – PAPER I :

Introduction to Sanskrit Literature –I



I

5 HRS

4

3

100

4.


PART – III

CORE – PAPER II :

Introduction to Sanskrit Literature–II




I

5 HRS

4

3

100

5.


PART – III

ALLIED – I : PAPER-I :Introduction to Ayurveda.


I

6 HRS

5

3

100

6.

PART – IV

Non-Tamil Students –TAMIL
Tamil Students - Non-

Major Elective.

I

3


2

100


7.

PART - V

Soft Skills

I

-

2

100



SECOND SEMESTER



Sl. No.


COURSE

COMPONENTS


NAME


OF

COURSE


SEMESTER

INST. HOURS

CREDITS

EXAMDURATOON HRS.

MAX


MARKS

Theory: 75

Internal : 25


1.


PART – I

LANG. PAPER II

II

6 HRS

3

3

100

2.


PART- II

ENGLISH PAPER II

II

6 HRS

3

3

100

3.


PART – III

CORE – PAPER III :

Poetry – I



II

5 HRS

4

3

100

4.


PART – III

CORE – PAPER IV :

Prose - I



II

5 HRS

4

3

100

5.


PART – III

ALLIED – I : PAPER II: Introduction to Agama Literature


II

6 HRS

5

3

100

6.

PART – IV

Non-Tamil Students –TAMIL
Tamil Students - Non- Major Elective.

II

3


2

100


7.

PART - V

Soft skills

II

-

2

100



02. B.A. DEGREE COURSE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS

CORE SUBJECTS (COMPULSORY)



Paper

Title

Semester

Credit

1.

Economics of Firm Strategy-I

I

4

2.

Economics of Money and Banking- I

I

4

3.

Economics of Firm Strategy - II

II

4

4.

Economics of Money and Banking - II

II

4



ALLIED PAPERS

Any two subjects



Paper

Title

Credit

1.

Basic Financial Accounting

5

2.

Marketing – I

5

3.

Marketing - II

5

4.

Business Ethics & Values

5

5.

Financial Markets

5

6.

Managerial Economics

5




Total

20 Credit (4 x 5)


03. B.A. DEGREE COURSE IN CORPORATE ECONOMICS

CORE SUBJECTS (COMPULSORY)

Paper

Title

Semester

Credit

1.

Fundamentals of Economics - I

I

4

2.

Monetary Economics – I

I

4

3.

Fundamentals of Economics - II

II

4

4.

Monetary Economics – II

II

4


ALLIED SUBJECTS

(Any two Subjects)

Paper

Title

Semester

Credit

1.

Strategic Management & Corporate
Planning – I




5

2.

Strategic Management and Corporate Planning – II




5

3.

Financial Administration - I




5

4.

Financial Administration - II




5

5.

Entrepreneurial Development - I




5

6.

Entrepreneurial Development - II




5

7.

Marketing – I




5

8.

Marketing – II




5




Total




20 Credits (4 x 5)

4. B.A DEGREE COURSE IN DEFENCE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES

FIRST SEMESTER



Course

component

Inst. Hour

Credits

Exam Hours

Max. Marks


Ext.

mark

Int.

mark

Total


Part – I

Language paper I

5

3

3

75

25

100

Part – II

English paper I

5

3

3

75

25

100

Part III

Paper-I: Strategic Study of India

3

4

3

75

25

100

Paper-II: Fundamentals of War and Peace




4

3

75

25

100

Allied Paper I – Political Science – An Introduction- I



5



3

75

25

100

PART – IV

1.(a) Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two course (level will be at 6th Standard).

(b) Those who have studies Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.

(c) Others who do not come under a + b can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.













75

25

100

2*Skill based subjects(Elective) – (Soft Skill)




















SECOND SEMESTER


Course

component

Inst. Hour

Credits

Exam Hours

Max. Marks


Ext.

mark

Int.

mark

Total


Part – I

Language paper II

5

3

3

75

25

100

Part – II

English paper II

5

3

3

75

25

100

Part III

Paper-III: Art of Warfare in India (Upto 1947)




4

3

75

25

100

Paper-IV: World Military History




4

3

75

25

100

Allied Paper II – Political Science – An Introduction- II



5



3

75

25

100

PART – IV

1.(a) Those who have not studied Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Tamil comprising of two course (level will be at 6th Standard).


(b) Those who have studies Tamil up to XII Std. and taken a Non-Tamil Language under Part-I shall take Advanced Tamil comprising of two courses.
(c) Others who do not come under a + b can choose non-major elective comprising of two courses.











75

25

100

2*Skill based subjects(Elective) – (Soft Skill)





















05. B.A. DEGREE COURSE IN ECONOMICS

CORE SUBJECTS (COMPULSORY)


Paper

Title

Semester

Credit

1.

Indian Economic Development - I

I

4

2.

Indian Economic Development - II

II

4

3.

Statistical Methods - I

I

4

4.

Statistical Methods - II

II

4


ALLIED SUBJECTS

(Any Two Subjects)



Paper

Title

Semester

Credit

1.

Principles of Commerce - I

I

5

2.

Industrial Organisation

I

5

3.

Principles of Commerce – II

II

5

4.

Entrepreneurial Development

II

5



06. B.A DEGREE COURSE IN ENGLISH

I SEMESTER


CREDIT

INTERNAL

EXTERNAL

MAXIMUM

HOURS

Language



3

25

75

100

6

English



3

25

75

100

6

Core Subjects- Paper-I

Elizabethan Age



4

25

75

100

5

Core Subjects- Paper – II

Milton and the Neo-Classical Age



4

25

75

100

5

Allied- Paper – I - An Introduction to the Social History of England

5

25

75

100

6

Non-Tamil Students:

(VI Std.) Tamil

Tamil Students : Non-Major Elective


2












Skill Based Subject

(soft skill)


2










2


II SEMESTER


CREDIT

INTERNAL

EXTERNAL

MAXIMUM

HOURS

Language



3

25

75

100

6

English



3

25

75

100

6

Core Subjects- Paper-III

The Romantic Age



4

25

75

100

5

Core Subjects- Paper – IV

The Victorian Age



4

25

75

100

5

Allied- Paper – I - An Introduction to the Literary Forms

5

25

75

100

6

Non-Tamil Students:

(VI Std.) Tamil

Tamil Students : Non-Major Elective


2












Skill Based Subject




2










2


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