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SEMESTER- I 1. HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN INDIA



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SEMESTER- I

1. HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN INDIA

Units
1. The East India Company and Education- Christian Missionary efforts on Education – Impact of Western Education on India. Raja Rammohan Roy and his views on education – Orientalists versus Anglicists.

2. Macaulay’s Minutes on education- the objective of Western education in India –The Filtration Theory –Charles Wood’s Despatch (1854) Indian Education Commission and Educational Progress (1882-1904).

3. Lord Curzon’s policy on education – Indian University Act 1904- Education under Dyarchy – place of education under provincial autonomy – The Sergeant Report –Calcutta Education Commission -The University Education Commission Report-Secondary Education Commission Report.

4. Education under the Five Year Plans – Kothari Commission Report.


5. New Education Policy –Identification of New Educational Objectives –importance of Technical Education.


Books Recommended:
1. Rawat, P.L - History of Indian Education (1970), Ramprasad and sons, Agra.

2. Vakil and Natarajan, S. – Education in India (1966)3rd Edn, Allied Publishers Ltd.

3. Nanda, S.K. – Reflections on Indian Education.

4. B.L. Grover & S. Grover, A New Look at Modern Indian History, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi,1998.


2. PANCHAYAT RAJ

Units

  1. The concept of Panchayat Raj. The views of Mahatma Gandhi and Sarvodaya Leaders.

  2. Brief history of the Evolution of Democratic Decentralisation in India since 1947 with special reference to the debate in the Constituent Assembly, Bulwantrai Mehta and Naik Committees.

  3. The evolution of Panchayat Raj in Tamil Nadu since 1950. Organisation of Panchayat Raj, Village Panchayats and Panchayat Unions-The different types of Panchayat Councils.

  4. Panchayat Finance – Sources of income and expenditure – Development of the resources of the Panchayats,

  5. Problems of Panchayat Administration and Management of Panchayat Raj and Community Development Programmes.


Books Recommended:

  1. Jain, S.C. –Community Development and Panchayat Raj in India.

  2. Dharmpal & Saraswathi - The Madras Panchayat System.

  3. Dayal, Rajeswar - Panchayat Raj in India.

  4. George Jacob – Readings in Panchayat Raj

  5. Iqubal Narain – Panchayat Raj

  6. Indian Institute of Public Administration Vol. VIII, No.4.

  7. George Mathew et.al. (Eds.) Status of Panchayati Raj in the States and Union Territories of India 2000. Institute of Social Sciences, Concept publishing Company, 2000


3. HISTORY OF LABOUR MOVEMENT IN INDIA

Units:


  1. Introduction –British Labour Movements and their impact on Indian Labour-Russian Revolution and its impact on Indian Labour.

  2. Trade Union Movement from 1875 to1920-Establishment of All India Trade Union Movement in 1920.

  3. Growth of Trade Union Movement from 1920-1947.

  4. The role of the Indian National Congress and Trade Union Movement Expansion- Labour Involvement in Freedom Struggle.

  5. Federations of Labour Unions-AITUC-INTUC-HMS-UTUC-Labour Laws-I.L.O. – Labour Welfare Measures in Independent India- Trade Unionism and its effect on the Indian Economy.


Books Recommended:

  1. B.L. Grover & S. Grover, A New Look at Modern Indian History, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi,1998.

  2. C.S. Krishna, Labour Movement in Tamil Nadu, K.P. Bagchi & Company, Calcutta, 1981.

  3. G.Ramanujam, Indian Labour Movement, Sterling Publishers Private Limited,New Delhi,1986.


4. Intellectual History of Modern Tamil Nadu

Units:

  1. Importance of Intellectual History- Intellectuals and their role in the society.

  2. C.Rajagopalachari –Periyar E.V.R- K.Kamaraj.

  3. Maraimalai Adigal, Thiru.Vi.ka- U.Ve. Swaminatha Aiyar

  4. C.N. Annadurai-M.C. Raja - Bharathi dasan.

  5. Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy- Srinivasa Ramanujam


Books Recommended

  1. Baker C.J., The Politics of South India 1920-1937, New Delhi,1976.

  2. Ballatchet.K.A., Changing South India- City and Culture, London, 1984.

  3. Irschik E.F., Tamil Revivalism in 1930s, Madras. 1986.

  4. Subramanian.N., Social and Cultural History of the Tamils, Udumalpet, 1973.

  5. Nambi Arooran.K., Tamil Renaissance and Dravidian Nationalism 1905-1944, Madurai, 1980.

  6. K.S. Ramaswamy Sastri, The Tamils, Vol.1,2,3., Cosmo Publications, New Delhi, 2002


SEMESTER –II

NON-MAJOR ELECTIVES

1. HISTORY OF PEASANT MOVEMENT IN MODERN INDIA

Units

1. Introduction- Agricultural Condition and Agrarian Structure during the British Period-


2. Peasant Struggles in Kerala and Land reforms since 1900- Peasant Unions- The Indian National Congress and the Peasants

3. Gandhi and Peasant Struggles- Champaran, Bardoli and Oudh- Formation of Kisan Sabhas- Left Parties- Peasant Struggles on the eve of Independence.

4. Tebhaga Movement in Bengal (1946-47)- Telengana Peasant outbreak (1946-51) and the Varlis revolt in Western India- Peasant Organizations in Tamilnadu

5. Tamilaga Vivasayigal Sangam- Peasant Movement in Vedasandur- Welfare Measures for Peasants.


Books Recommended:


  1. B.L. Grover & S. Grover, A New Look at Modern Indian History, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi,1998.




  1. HISTORY OF CHENNAI

Units:

  1. Historical Background of Chennai- Origin of the city of Madras and its developments.

  2. Madras under English East India Company-Development of Madras as a commercial and political centre- Socio- Economic and Cultural History of Madras.

  3. Emergence of Madras as a Cosmopolitan Centre- Industrialization- Port Trust- Growth of Trade Union Movement- Transport and communication.

  4. Madras- Gateway to South India and its Culture- Development of Press and films- Centre of Education and its development- Contribution of minorities.

  5. Heritage monuments and their historical background.


Books Recommended:

1. Love.H.D., Vestiges of Old Madras

2. Muthiah.S. Madras Re-discovered,

3. Srinivasachari.C.S., The City of Madras,

4. Rajaraman. P., Chennai Through The Ages, Poompozhil Publishers, Chennai, 1997.

5. The Madras Tri-centenary Volume,1940.


3. TAMIL PRESS AND THE COLONIAL RULE

Units:

1. Beginnings of Tamil Press.

2. Early Journals and News papers

3. Government’s attitude towards Press and Repressive Acts (Licensing Act, Vernacular Press Act etc., )

4. Tamil Press and Indian National Movement – Restrictions on Freedom of Press and Penalties on leaders.

5. Popular Press and Changing roles of Tamil Press.


Books Recommended:


  1. D. Sadasivan, The Growth of Public Opinion in the Madras Presidency (1858-1909) University of Madras, 1974.

  2. K. Mohanram, Tamil Press and the Colonial Rule, Prism Books, Madurai, 2003.

4. TOURISM IN TAMIL NADU

Units

  1. Nature and Scope of Tourism- Elements of Tourism.

  2. Tourism planning and Promotion in Tamil Nadu- Tourism Movement –Types of Tourism.

  3. Tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu- Tourism Centers and Transportation.

  4. Hospitality Industry- Hotels and Accommodation.

  5. Tourism Employment- Travel agency- tour operations- tourist guides – preparation of special events, entertainment, parties and functions- souvenirs of Tamil Nadu.


Books Recommended:


  1. Geetha Kannammal.S., et.al, An Introduction to Tourism in Tamil Nadu, University of Madras, 2007, 150th Year Special Book.

  2. Bhatia.A.K., Tourism Development, Principles and Practices

  3. Ratandeep.C., Dynamics of Modern Tourism

  4. Sinha.R.K., Growth and Development of Modern Tourism.

  5. Lajpati Rai, Development of Tourism in India.

  6. Douglas Foster., Travel and Tourism Management.


NON-MAJOR ELECTIVES

FOR B.A. PHILOSOPHY

I Semester


(Any two subject of the following Non-

Major Elective chosen by the candidate)


II Semester


(Any two subject of the following Non-

Major Elective chosen by the candidate)



1. Issues in Philosophy

1. Philosophy of Science

2. Applied Yoga and Para- Psychology

2. Philosophy of Human Rights

3. Philosophy of Religion

3. Philosophy of History

4. Saiva Siddhanta

4. Eco-Philosophy


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