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# SYLLABUS

## B.Sc. (Computer Science, Statistics and Mathematics) Part III

Outlines of Tests Syllai and Courses of !eadin".
#ote\$%&'ery theory paper (ill e of three hours duration.
)or &*amination Session +,-,%--.
VIth Semester
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Code Title of paper.su/ect 0rs.. Ma* Mar1s
2ee1 Cont. 3ni'.
Total
4smt. &*am.
CSM 56- Mechanics 7 5, 78 98
CSM 56+ :inear 4l"era 7 5, 78 98

CSM 565 :inear Pro"rammin" 5 +, 5, 8,
CSM 567 ;esi"n and 4nalysis 5 +, 5, 8,
Of &*periments
CSM 568 Statistics :a%<I 7 +, 5, 8,
(Computer Oriented
Practicals)
CSM 566 Oracle 5 +, 5, 8,

CSM 569 Soft(are &n"ineerin" 5 +, 5, 8,
CSM 56= Soft(are :a <I 7 +, 5, 8,
( Practicals ased on
Oracle)
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Total -=, +9, 78,
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Note: 1. The minimum pass marks in each paper is 33% in ontinuous Assessment an!
Uni"ersit# \$%amination separate&# su'(ect to a minimum o) *+% in a,,re,ate.
-. In a!!ition to a'o"e mentione! su'(ects. there /i&& 'e a course o) \$n"ironmenta&
Stu!ies as a 0ua&i)#in, su'(ect.
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-. T(o tests (ill e held and their a'era"e 8,? Mar1s
(ill e considered for assessment.
+. Seminars.4ssi"nments.@uiAAes. +8? Mar1s
Class participation
5. 4ttendance +8? Mar1s
Mar1s (ill e "i'en accordin" to
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ut less than =,? 6,? Mar1s of allotted
mar1s to attendance
=,? attendance B ao'e
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mar1s to attendance
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+. <i'a and :a records +8? Mar1s
5. 4ttendance +8? Mar1s
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ut less than =,? 6,? Mar1s of allotted
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Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
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The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Conditions of eCuilirium of Coplanar forces in three dimensions, 2or1, ener"y and
po(er, )orces in three dimensions. PoinsotDs central a*is theorem. #ull lines and planes. Stale
and unstale eCuilirium.
S\$TI5N3B
<elocities and accelerations alon" radial and trans'erse directions and alon" tan"ential
and normal directions.
Simple harmonic motion. &lastic strin"s. Cur'ilinear motion.
&lliptic orits, Central orits. EeplerDs la(s of motion.
Motion of a particle in three dimensions. <elocities and 4ccelerations in cylinderical and
spherical coordinates.
T\$=T B552
-. S.:. :oney, Statics, Mcmillan and Company, :ondon
+. Sur"e and Friffith, Mechanics.
5. ). Chorlton, Tectoo1 of ;ynamics.
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No. o) Lectures : :: 7a%. 7arks : ;:
to 'e !e&i"ere!
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
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The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ AN<I<AT\$S
Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Spaces \$ <ector spaces, &*amples, :inear ;ependence, :inear Cominations, Bases, ;imension,
Isomorphism, Calculus of suspaces, ;imension of a suspace, dual Bases, !efle*i'ity ,
4nnihilators, ;irect Sum, ;imension of a direct sum, ;ual of a direct sum, @uotient spaces,
Bilinear )orms.
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Transformations \$ :inear Transformations, Products and Polynomials of Transformations ,
In'erses , Matrices of Transformations, In'ariance, !educiility, Pro/ections and their
cominations, Pro/ections and In'ariance , 4d/oints , 4d/oints of pro/ections , Chan"e of Bases,
Similarity, !an"e and #ull space , !and and #ullity, &i"en'alues, Multiplicity, Trian"ular form .
T\$=T B552
-. :ipschutA S.\$ Theory and Prolems of :inear 4l"era, Outline Series.
+. 0almos, P.!. \$ )inite ;imensional <ector Spaces
Sections -%+5, 5+%8, and 87 to 86 only .
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-. Eenneth 0offman and !ay EunAe, \$ :inear 4l"era
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No. o) Lectures : *+ 7a%. 7arks : :+
to 'e !e&i"ere!
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
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The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ AN<I<AT\$S
Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Section3A
:inear pro"rammin" prolems (:PPs)G &*amples, Mathematical formulation, Fraphical
solution, Solution y Simple* method, artificial 'ariales, Bi"%M method and t(o phase simple*
method.
;uality in linear pro"rammin"G Concept, Mathematical formulation, fundamental
properties of duality, duality and simple* method and dual simple* method.
Section 3B
Sensiti'ity 4nalysis \$ ;iscrete chan"es in the cost 'ector, reCuirement 'ector and Co%
efficient matri*. Transportation prolem G initial asic feasile solution and Optimal solutions
usin" MO;I method (for alanced cases only), 4ssi"nment prolemG solution of alanced and
unalanced assi"nment prolems, ma*imiAation case in assi"nment prolem.
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-. Eanti S(arup, P.E. Fupta and Manmohan \$ HOperations !esearchI, Sultan Chand
and Sons, #e( ;elhi, &d. -JJ6.
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-. Easana, 0.S. and Eumar E.;. \$ Introductory Operations !esearch, SI& +,,5
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No. o) Lectures : *+ 7a%. 7arks : :+
to 'e !e&i"ere!
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
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The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ AN<I<AT\$S
Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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:inear models, the fi*ed effect models, the distriution of minimum error sum of sCuares, and
the conditional error sum of sCuares, tests of "eneral linear%hypotheses.
4nalysis of one (ay classified data under the fi*ed effects model. 4nalysis of the t(o
(ay classified data (ith one oser'ation per cell and multiple ut eCual oser'ations in cells
under the fi*ed effect model. Terminolo"y in e*perimental desi"ns, asic principles of desi"n%
randomiAation, replication and local control,
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Completely randomiAed desi"n, randomiAed loc1 desi"n and :atin sCuare desi"n and
Concept of factorial e*periments, the concept of main effects and interactions in +
+
and +
5

factorial e*periments and the sum of sCuares due to them. KateDs method of computin" the sum
of sCuares due to the main effects and interactions in +
+
and +
5
factorial desi"ns.
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-. Foon, 4.M., Fupta, M.E. and ;as"upta, B. \$ Fundamentals of Statistics, <ol. II, 2orld Press, 6th ed.
(re'ised and enlar"ed), -J=6).
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-. Fupta, S.C. and Eapoor, <.E.: )undamentals of 4pplied Statistics, Sultan Chand and Sons,
+,,5
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Tota& 4ractica& Sessions: -: 7a%. 7arks : :+
@each o) t/o hoursA
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
The la course (ill comprise of e*ercises ased on papers CSM%565 (:inear
pro"rammin") and CSM%567 (;esi"n and analysis of e*periments)
The practical paper (ill consist of four e*ercises ased on papers CSM%565 (:inear
pro"rammin") and CSM%567 (;esi"n and analysis of e*periments) and the candidates (ill e
reCuired to attempt any three e*ercises.
The settin" and e'aluation (ill e done y a oard of e*aminers consistin" of 0ead,
&*ternal e*aminer and the teacher(s) in'ol'ed (ith the teachin" of this paper.
Note: The rea1%up of mar1s for the 3ni'ersity &*amination (ill e as under\$
:a. !ecord \$ 6
<i'a%'oice \$ 6
&*ercises \$ -=
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The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ AN<I<AT\$S
Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Interacti"e SBL : S@: commandsG ;ata ;efinition :an"ua"e CommandsG ;ata Manipulation :an"ua"e
CommandsG The ;ata types a cell can holdG insertion of data into the taleG <ie(in" of data into the talesG ;eletion
operationsG 3pdatin" of contents of the taleG Modifyin" the structure of the taleG !enamin" the taleG ;estroyin"
talesG ;ata ConstraintsG Types of data constraintsG Column :e'el ConstraintsG Tale :e'el ConstraintsG #ull 'alue
ConceptsG The 3#I@3& ConstraintG The P!IM4!K constraintsG The )O!&IF# 1ey constraintG The C0&CE
ConstraintG <ie(in" the 3ser Constraints
Vie/in, The <ata: Computations on Tale ;ataG 4rithmetic OperatorsG :o"ical OperatorsG Comparison OperatorsG
!an"e Searchin"G Pattern Searchin"G O!4C:& )3#CTIO#SG #umer )unctionsG Froup )unctionsG Scalar
)unctionsG ;ata Con'ersion )unctionsG Manipulatin" ;ates in S@:G Character )unctionsG
Su' Bueries an! Coins: LoinsG &Cui LoinsG #on &Cui LoinsG Self LoinsG Outer LoinsG Su @ueriesG Correlated
@ueriesG 3sin" Set Operators\$% 3nion , Intersect G MinusG
Vie/s an! In!e%es: ;efinition and 4d'anta"es <ie(sG Creatin" and 4lternatin" <ie(sG 3sin" <ie(sG Inde*ed
<ie(sG Partitioned <ie(sG ;efinition and 4d'anta"es of Inde*esG Composite Inde* and 3niCue Inde*esG 4ccessin"
;ata (ith and (ithout Inde*esG Creatin" Inde*es and Statistics.
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Intro!uction to 4LDSBL : 4d'anta"e of P:.S@:G The Feneric P:.S@: Bloc1G The ;eclaration SectionG The Be"in
SectionG The &nd SectionG The Character SetG :iteralsG P:.S@: ;ata typesG <arialesG ConstantsG :o"ical
ComparisonG Conditional Control in P:.S@:G Iterati'e ControlG
4d'anced 4LDSBL: Types of CursorsG Implicit CursorG &*plicit CursorG &*plicit Cursor attriutesG Cursor for :oopG
ParameteriAed CursorG &rror 0andlin" in P:.S@:G Internal &*ceptionsG 3ser ;efined &*ceptions.
<ata'ase 5'(ects: SeCuences, Creatin" SeCuencesG !eferencin" SeCuencesG alterin" a SeCuenceG ;roppin" a
SeCuence, Stored Procedures and )unctions\$% 4d'anta"es of usin" a Procedure or )unctionG Procedure <ersus
)unctionG Creatin" stored Procedures and )unctionsG Parameters to Procedures and )unctionsG ;eletin" a stored
Procedure or )unctionG Pac1a"es\$% Components of a Pac1a"eG Pac1a"e O/ectsG Pri'ate and PulicG Pac1a"e stateG
Pac1a"e ;ependencyG Tri""ers\$% 3se of ;ataase Tri""ersG ;ataase Tri""ers '.s ProceduresG ;ataase Tri""ers '.s
Inte"rity ConstraintsG
!4IS&>4PP:IC4TIO#>&!!O! P!OC&;3!&G Types of Tri""ers\$% !o( Tri""ers, Statement Tri""ersG Before '.s
4fter Tri""ersG ;eletin" a Tri""er.
5'(ect T#pes an! Varr#in, Arra#s: 3ser ;efined ;ata Types, Creatin" a Type, <arryin" 4rray, Creatin" and
3sin" <arryin" array, #ested Tales.
T\$=T B552S:
-. S4MS Teach yourself S@: in +- days\$ Techmedia Pulication
+. P:.S@: The Pro"rammin" :an"ua"e of O!4C:&, I'an Byross(BPP Pulication)
5. Oracle \$ P:.S@: 0andoo1, Palins1y (Pearson Pulication)
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No. o) Lectures : *+ 7a%. 7arks : :+
to 'e !e&i"ere!
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ 4A4\$1 S\$TT\$1
The Cuestion paper (ill consist of three sections 4, B and C. &ach of sections 4 and B (ill
ha'e four Cuestions from the respecti'e sections of the syllaus and section C (ill consist of one
compulsory Cuestion ha'in" ei"ht parts of short%ans(er type co'erin" the entire syllaus uniformly. 4ll
the Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
INST1UTI5NS 651 T8\$ AN<I<AT\$S
Candidates are reCuired to attempt fi'e Cuestions in all, selectin" t(o Cuestions from each
section 4 and B and the compulsory Cuestion of section C. 4ll Cuestions (ill carry eCual mar1s.
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Introduction to Soft(are &n"ineerin" \$ Ori"in, ;efinition and "oals of Soft(are &n"ineerin".
Soft(are de'elopment process, Process Models \$ 2aterfall, Spiral, Prototype. &rror distriution,
&ffort distriution, !ole of metrics and measurements.
Soft(are Pro/ect Plannin" \$ Plannin" acti'ities, Team structure ( ;emocratic, Chief%pro"rammer,
0ierarchical). Soft(are !eCuirement Specification \$ !ole, characteristics and components of
S!S. Prolem 4nalysis \$ Structurin" Information, ;); and ;ata ;ictionary.
S\$TI5N B
Soft(are ;esi"n \$ ;esi"n O/ecti'es and principles, ;esi"n concepts 4straction, Information
hidin", Concurrency, Modularity. Couplin"%Cohesion criteria. Structured desi"n methodolo"y.
;esi"n specification, Metrics
Codin" , Structured codin" techniCues \$ ;ata &ncapsulation, Fo to statement, !ecursion, Sin"le
&ntry Sin"le &*it criteria. Structured pro"rammin".
Testin" , Testin" fundamentals \$ &rror, )ault, )ailure and !eliaility, :e'els of testin", Test case
and Test criteria, Top%do(n and ottom%up approach, Test case e*ecution and analysis, Test
report.
T\$=T B552 :
-. P. Lalota, M4n Inte"rated 4pproach to Soft(are &n"ineerin"N, (#arosa Pulishin" 0ouse,
-JJ+.)
1\$6\$1\$N\$S 1\$A<IN>S:
-. !.&. )airley, OSoft(are &n"ineerin" ConceptsO, McFra(%0ill, -J=8.
+. Ian Sommer'ille, M Soft(are &n"ineerin" M, Pearson &ducation, +,,-
5. Boris BeiAer, MSoft(are Testin" TechniCuesN, Second &dition, <an nostrand !einhold,
-JJ,.
7.. !o"er. S. Pressman, MSoft(are &n"ineerin" % 4 PractitionerIs 4pproachN, )ifth &dition,
McFra( 0ill, +,,-
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Tota& 4ractica& Sessions: -: 7a%. 7arks : :+
@each o) t/o hoursA
Time A&&o/e! : 3 8ours 7in. 4ass : *+% A,,re,ate
7arks
The la course (ill comprise of e*ercises ased on paper CSM 566 (Oracle).
The settin" and e'aluation (ill e done y a oard of e*aminers consistin" of 0ead,
&*ternal e*aminer and the teacher(s) in'ol'ed (ith the teachin" of this paper.
Note: The rea1%up of mar1s for the 3ni'ersity &*amination (ill e as under \$
:a. !ecord \$ 6
<i'a%'oice \$ 6
;e'elopment of pro"rammes \$ -=
B their e*ecution
\$NVI15N7\$NTAL STU<I\$S
Time A&&o/e! : 3 hours Tota& &ectures: 3+
Tota& 7arks : 1++
4ass marks: 3:
Eritten paper: ;: marks
6ie&! /ork: -: marks
INST1UTI5NS
The (ritten paper (ill ha'e t(o parts. Part first (ill e of +8 mar1s it (ill contain ten
Cuestions, the students (ill attempt fi'e Cuestions of fi'e mar1s out of this part. The ans(er to
these Cuestions should not e*ceed 8, (ords each. Part second of the paper (ill e of 8, mar1s
and (ill contain ten essay type Cuestions. The candidates (ill attempt fi'e Cuestions out of this
part. The ans(er to each Cuestion should not e*ceed 8,, (ords. &ach Cuestion (ill carry ten
mar1s.
Unit 1: The 7u&ti!iscip&inar# nature o) en"ironmenta& stu!ies
;efinition, scope and importance
#eed for pulic a(areness.
Unit - : Natura& 1esources\$
1ene/a'&e an! non3rene/a'&e resources\$
#atural resources and associated prolems.
a) )orest resources\$ 3se and o'er%e*ploitation, deforestation, case studies. Timer e*traction,
minin", dams and their effects on forests and trial people.
) 2ater resources\$ 3se and o'er%utiliAation of surface and "round (ater, floods, drou"ht,
conflicts o'er (ater, dams%enefits and prolems.
c) Mineral resourcesG 3se and e*ploitation, en'ironmental effects of e*tractin" and usin" mineral
resources, case studies.
d) )ood resources \$ 2orld food prolems, chan"es caused y a"riculture and o'er"raAin",
effects of modern a"riculture, fertiliAer%pesticide prolem, (ater lo""in", salinity, case studies.
e) &ner"y resources\$ Fro(in" ener"y needs, rene(ale and non rene(ale ener"y sources, use
of alternate ener"y sources, Case studies.
f) :and resourcesG :and as a resource, land de"radation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and
desertification.
!ole of an indi'idual in conser'ation of natural resources.
&Cuitale use of resources for sustainale lifestyles.
Unit 3 : \$cos#stems.
Concepts of an ecosystem.
Structure and function of an ecosystem.
Producers, consumers and decomposers.
&ner"y flo( in the ecosystem.
&colo"ical succession.
)ood chains, food (es and ecolo"ical pyramids.
Introduction, types, characteristic features, structures and function of the follo(in"
ecosystem\$%
a) )orest ecosystem
) Frassland ecosystem
c) ;esert ecosystem
d) 4Cuatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, la1es, ri'ers, oceans, estuaries)
Unit * : Bio!i"ersit# an! its onser"ation
Introduction% ;efinition\$ "enetic, species and ecosystem di'ersity.
Bio"eo"raphical classification of India.
<alue of iodi'ersity\$ consumpti'e use, producti'e use, social, ethical, aesthetic and
option 'alues.
Biodi'ersity of "loal, #ational and local le'els.
India as a me"a%di'ersity nation.
0ot%spots of iodi'ersity.
Threats to iodi'ersity\$ haitat loss, poachin" of (ildlife, man%(ildlife conflicts.
&ndan"ered and endemic species of India.
Conser'ation of iodi'ersity\$ In%situ and &*%situ conser'ation of iodi'ersity.
Unit : : \$n"ironmenta& 4o&&ution
;efinition
Causes, effects and control measures of\$%
a) 4ir Pollution
) 2ater Pollution
c) Soil Pollution
d) Marine Pollution
e) #oise pollution
f) Thermal pollution
") #uclear haAard
Solid (aste Mana"ement\$ Causes, effects and control measures of uran and industrial
(astes.
!ole of an indi'idual in pre'ention of pollution.
Pollution case studies.
;isaster mana"ement \$ floods, earthCua1e, cyclone and landslides.
Unit 9 : Socia& Issues an! the \$n"ironment
)rom 3nsustainale to Sustainale de'elopment.
3ran prolems related to ener"y.
2ater conser'ation, rain (ater har'estin", (atershed mana"ement.
!esettlement and rehailitation of peopleG its prolems and concerns. Case studies.
&n'ironmental ethics\$ Issues and possile solutions.
Climate chan"e, "loal (armin", acid rain, oAone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and
holocaust. Cast Studies.
2asteland reclamation.
Consumerism and (aste products.
&n'ironment Protection 4ct.
4ir (Pre'ention and Control of Pollution) 4ct.
2ater ( Pre'ention and control of Pollution) 4ct
2ildlife Protection 4ct
)orest Conser'ation 4ct
Issues in'ol'ed in enforcement of en'ironmental le"islation.
Pulic a(areness.
Unit ;: 8uman 4opu&ation an! the \$n"ironment
Population "ro(th, 'ariation amon" nations.
Population e*plosion% )amily 2elfare Pro"ramme.
&n'ironment and human health.
0uman !i"hts
<alue &ducation.
0I<.4I;S.
2omen and Child 2elfare.
!ole of information Technolo"y in &n'ironment and human health.
Case Studies.
Unit F : 6ie&! Eork
<isit to a local area to document en'ironmental assets%
ri'er.forest."rassland.hill.mountain.
<isit to a local polluted site% 3ran.!ural.Industrial.4"ricultural.
Study of common plants, insects, irds.
Study of simple ecosystems%pond, ri'er, hill slopes, etc. ( )ield (or1 &Cual to 8
lecture hours).