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Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits

PEA201 ANALYTICAL SKILLS-I 16763::Vishal Ahuja 2.0 1.0 0.0 2.0

Course Category Courses with Placement focus

TextBooks

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

T-1 VERBAL & NON VERBAL

REASONING

DR R S AGGARWAL 14th 2012 S CHAND & COMPANY LIMITED

Reference Books

Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name

R-1 ANALYTICAL REASONING M K PANDEY 3rd 2011 BANKING SERVICE CHRONICLE

R-2 HOW TO PREPARE FOR

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR

CAT

ARUN SHARMA 5th 2012 TATA MCGRAW HILL INDIA

Other Reading

Sr No Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference)

OR-1 Competition Success Review - Magazine for practicing competitive exam papers. ,

OR-2 Civil Services Times - Magazine for practicing competitive exam papers. ,

Relevant Websites

Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features

RW-1 http://www.indiabix.com The best website for practicing aptitude questions online.

RW-2 https://www.khanacademy.org The website to view online vidoes and practice questions related to topics

on Quantitative Aptitude.

RW-3 http://www.placementexpress.com Suggested Website to view placement papers of the reputed Companies.

Software/Equipments/Databases

Sr No (S/E/D) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features

SW-1 http://www.way2success.com/ The tool for practicing competitive exam questions online.

SW-2 www.classmarker.com/ The best tool for uploading online test for the students.

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)

Weeks before MTE 7

Week

Number

Lecture

Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of

Text/reference

books

Other Readings,

Relevant Websites,

Audio Visual Aids,

software and Virtual

Labs

Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool

Demonstration/

Case Study /

Images /

animation / ppt

etc. Planned

Live Examples

Week 1 Lecture 1 Series Completion(Series

Completion)

T-1:Chapter-1

R-1:Chapter-1

R-2:Chapter-1

Introduction of course

and identify the patterns

in the Relationship

given

The student will

know the importance

of course and learn

what kind of pattern

is followed in the

given relationships

Brainstorming

Lecture 2 Series Completion(Analogy) T-1:Chapter-2 &

3

Identify the similar kind

of relationship among

the

given data

The student learns to

know what kind of

similar pattern is

followed in the given

relationships

Power Point

Presentation

Series Completion

(Classification)

T-1:Chapter-2 &

3

Identify the similar kind

of relationship among

the

given data

The student learns to

know what kind of

similar pattern is

followed in the given

relationships

Power Point

Presentation

Week 2 Lecture 3 Coding-Decoding

(Deciphering Message word

Codes)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding

(Deciphering Number and

Symbol Codes for messages)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding(Direct

Letter Coding)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding(Letter

Coding)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding(Matrix

Coding)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding

(Number/Symbol Coding)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Coding-Decoding

(Substitution)

T-1:Chapter-4 Crack the codes that

decipher the message

The student will learn

to decipher the code

Brainstorming

Lecture 4 Blood Relations(Coded

Relations)

T-1:Chapter-5 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Weeks After MTE 7

Spill Over 2

Week 2 Lecture 4 Blood Relations

(Deciphering Jumbled

Descriptions)

T-1:Chapter-5 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Blood Relations(Relation-

puzzle)

T-1:Chapter-5 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Week 3 Lecture 5 Quiz1

Lecture 6 Puzzle Test(Classification

Type Questions)

T-1:Chapter-6 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Puzzle Test(Comparison

Type Questions)

T-1:Chapter-6 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Puzzle Test(Family-Based

Problems)

T-1:Chapter-6 Develop a family chart

for analyzing the

relationships

To student will learn

to decipher the

relationship between

the persons

concerned

Power Point

Presentation

Week 4 Lecture 7 Puzzle Test(Jumbled

Problems)

T-1:Chapter-6 Puzzles involve certain

number of items, things

or persons

The student will learn

to condense the

information in

suitable form to

answer the questions

asked

Brainstorming

Puzzle Test(Seating/Placing

Arrangements)

T-1:Chapter-6 Puzzles involve certain

number of items, things

or persons

The student will learn

to condense the

information in

suitable form to

answer the questions

asked

Brainstorming

Puzzle Test(Selection Based

on Given Conditions)

T-1:Chapter-6 Puzzles involve certain

number of items, things

or persons

The student will learn

to condense the

information in

suitable form to

answer the questions

asked

Brainstorming

Puzzle Test(Sequential

Order of Things)

T-1:Chapter-6 Puzzles involve certain

number of items, things

or persons

The student will learn

to condense the

information in

suitable form to

answer the questions

asked

Brainstorming

Week 4 Lecture 8 Sequential Output Tracing

(Concept Clarity & Practice

Problems.)

T-1:Chapter-7 Message comprising of

randomized numbers or

words that is rearranged

to give sequential

outputs

The student will learn

to trace the pattern in

the given

rearrangement and

then decide the

desired

output step

Brainstorming

Week 5 Lecture 10 Quiz2

Lecture 9 Direction Sense Test

(Concept Clarity & Practice

Problems.)

T-1:Chapter-8 Direction puzzle

consisting of successive

follow up directions

The student will learn

to trace the final

direction

Brainstorming

Week 6 Lecture 11 Logical Venn Diagrams

(Concept Clarity & Practice

Problems.)

T-1:Chapter-9 Relate a given group of

items diagrammatically

The student will learn

how to relate a given

group of items and

illustrate it

diagrammatically

Brainstorming

Lecture 12 Alphabet Test(Alphabetical

Order of Words.)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Alphabet Test(Alphabetical

Quibble)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Alphabet Test(Letter-Word

Problems)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Alphabet Test(Rule

Detection)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Week 6 Lecture 12 Alphabet Test(Word

Formation by Unscrambling

Letters)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Alphabet Test(Word

Formation using Letters of a

given word)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Alphabet Test(Alpha-

Numeric Sequence Puzzle)

T-1:Chapter-10

& 11

A jumbled sequence of

letters, numbers and

symbol

The student will learn

to identify the

analogical

relationship between

a given pair of

combination

of elements

Power Point

Presentation

Week 7 Lecture 13 Number Ranking & Time

Sequence Test(Number

Test)

T-1:Chapter-12 A group or series of

numerals is given which

follow some pattern

The student will learn

to trace out numerals

following certain

given conditions after

shuffling according to

certain given pattern

Power Point

Presentation

Number Ranking & Time

Sequence Test(Ranking

Test)

T-1:Chapter-12 A group or series of

numerals is given which

follow some pattern

The student will learn

to trace out numerals

following certain

given conditions after

shuffling according to

certain given pattern

Power Point

Presentation

Number Ranking & Time

Sequence Test(Time

Sequence Test)

T-1:Chapter-12 A group or series of

numerals is given which

follow some pattern

The student will learn

to trace out numerals

following certain

given conditions after

shuffling according to

certain given pattern

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 14 Mathematical Operations

(Deriving the Appropriate

conclusions)

T-1:Chapter-13

& 14

Four fundamental

operations are

represented by symbols

different from usual

ones

The student learns to

substitute the real

signs with symbols

very different from

usual ones

Brainstorming

Mathematical Operations

(Interchange of signs and

numbers)

T-1:Chapter-13

& 14

Four fundamental

operations are

represented by symbols

different from usual

ones

The student learns to

substitute the real

signs with symbols

very different from

usual ones

Brainstorming

Week 7 Lecture 14 Mathematical Operations

(Problem Solving by

substitution)

T-1:Chapter-13

& 14

Four fundamental

operations are

represented by symbols

different from usual

ones

The student learns to

substitute the real

signs with symbols

very different from

usual ones

Brainstorming

Mathematical Operations

(Logical Sequence of

Words)

T-1:Chapter-13

& 14

Four fundamental

operations are

represented by symbols

different from usual

ones

The student learns to

substitute the real

signs with symbols

very different from

usual ones

Brainstorming

MID-TERM

Week 8 Lecture 15 Arithmetical Reasoning

(Calculation -Based

Problems)

T-1:Chapter-15 Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database

questions,Ages Venn

Diagrams

The student learns to

perform

Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database questions,

Ages,

Venn Diagrams

Power Point

Presentation

Arithmetical Reasoning

(Data-Based Questions)

T-1:Chapter-15 Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database

questions,Ages Venn

Diagrams

The student learns to

perform

Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database questions,

Ages,

Venn Diagrams

Power Point

Presentation

Arithmetical Reasoning

(Problems on Ages)

T-1:Chapter-15 Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database

questions,Ages Venn

Diagrams

The student learns to

perform

Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database questions,

Ages,

Venn Diagrams

Power Point

Presentation

Arithmetical Reasoning

(Venn-Diagrams Based

Questions)

T-1:Chapter-15 Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database

questions,Ages Venn

Diagrams

The student learns to

perform

Mathematical

calculations for the

problems related to

Database questions,

Ages,

Venn Diagrams

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 16 Inserting the Missing

Character(Concept Clarity &

Practice Problems.)

T-1:Chapter-16 A figure is given in

which the data has some

kind of relationship

based on that the

missing figure is know

The student learns to

find the missing

figure based on the

relationship among

the

given data

Power Point

Presentation

Week 9 Lecture 17 Data Sufficiency(Concept

Clarity & Practice

Problems.)

T-1:Chapter-17 A problem is given

followed by certain

statements containing

facts providing clues to

solve the question

The student learns to

identify which

statement is sufficient

to answer the

question

Brainstorming

Lecture 18 Quiz3

Week 10 Lecture 19 Logical Reasoning

(Assertion & Reason)

T-1:Chapter-19

& 20

Two statements are

given referred to as

Reason Assertion

The student learns to

reason out correctly

Brainstorming

Logical Reasoning(Situation

Reaction Test)

T-1:Chapter-19

& 20

Two statements are

given referred to as

Reason Assertion

The student learns to

reason out correctly

Brainstorming

Lecture 20 Logical Reasoning

(Verification of Truth)

T-1:Chapter-21

& Sec-II

Chapter-1

Out of all the data given

which data holds true

always

The student learns to

choose the best

response which holds

true always of the

given data

Brainstorming

Logical Reasoning(Logic) T-1:Chapter-21

& Sec-II

Chapter-1

Out of all the data given

which data holds true

always

The student learns to

choose the best

response which holds

true always of the

given data

Brainstorming

Week 11 Lecture 21 Quiz4

Lecture 22 Logical Reasoning

(Statement & Arguments)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-2

& 3

A statement concerned

with political and social

issue followed by

certain argument in

favor or against the

statement

is given

The student learns to

find which argument

hold s good for the

given statement

Brainstorming

Logical Reasoning

(Statement & Assumptions)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-2

& 3

A statement concerned

with political and social

issue followed by

certain argument in

favor or against the

statement

is given

The student learns to

find which argument

hold s good for the

given statement

Brainstorming

Week 12 Lecture 23 Logical Reasoning

(Statement & Courses of

Action)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-4

& 5

A statement concerned

with political and social

issue followed by

certain

course of action

The student learns to

find which would be

the right course of

action for a given

problem

Brainstorming

Logical Reasoning

(Statement & Conclusions)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-4

& 5

A statement concerned

with political and social

issue followed by

certain

course of action

The student learns to

find which would be

the right course of

action for a given

problem

Brainstorming

Lecture 24 Quiz5

Week 13 Lecture 25 Theme Detection(Theme

Detection)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-6

& 7

A paragraph is given

followed by certain

statements which may or

may not be inferred

from the passage

The student learns to

identify which

statement contains

the theme of the

passage

Brainstorming

Theme Detection(Deriving

Conclusions from Passages)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-6

& 7

A paragraph is given

followed by certain

statements which may or

may not be inferred

from the passage

The student learns to

identify which

statement contains

the theme of the

passage

Brainstorming

Lecture 26 Cause & Effect Reasoning

(Concept Clarity & Practice

Problem.)

T-1:Sec-II Chapter-8 A paragraph is given

followed by certain

statements which may or

may not be inferred

from the passage

The student learns to

identify which

statement contains

the theme of the

passage

Brainstorming

Week 14 Lecture 27 Non-Verbal Reasoning

(Series of Figures)

T-1:Sec-III Chapter-1 There is a sequence of

figures depicting a

change step by step

The student learns to

identify the pattern in

the figures that helps

to form the next set

of figure

Power Point

Presentation

Lecture 28 Non-Verbal Reasoning

(Analogy of Figures)

T-1:Sec-III Chapter-2

& 3

There is a sequence of

figures which follow a

similar relationship

based on that the

unknown figure is

known from the given

options

The student learns to

identify the pattern in

the figures that helps

to know the unknown

figure

Power Point

Presentation

Non-Verbal Reasoning

(Classification of Figures)

T-1:Sec-III Chapter-2

& 3

There is a sequence of

figures which follow a

similar relationship

based on that the

unknown figure is

known from the given

options

The student learns to

identify the pattern in

the figures that helps

to know the unknown

figure

Power Point

Presentation

SPILL OVER

Week 15 Lecture 29 Spill Over

Lecture 30 Spill Over

Scheme for CA:

Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks

Quiz 4 5 5 20

Total :- 5 20

Details of Academic Task(s)

AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task

(group/individuals/field

work

Evaluation Mode Allottment /

submission Week

Quiz1 To check the general

mental ability of the

students.

30 MCQ type questions would be asked covering topics from

Lecture No. 1-4. NOTE-All CA's would be conducted in the labs

against the Lecture in which respective CA is planned. The

faculty would have to make use of two labs if student group is of

60. The faculty would seek assistance from Lab technician for

arrangement of labs and other faculty for conducting test in other

lab.

Individual There would be

30MCQ of 0.5 mark

each(equal to

15Marks)which

would further be

prorated out of 5

Marks finally.

Negative Marking

of 25% should be

done to avoid guess

work. Quiz should

be of 30 minutes.

2 / 3

Quiz2 To check the general

mental ability of the

students.

30 MCQ type questions would be asked covering topics from

Lecture No. 6-9. NOTE-All CA's would be conducted in the labs

against the Lecture in which respective CA is planned. The

faculty would have to make use of two labs if student group is of

60. The faculty would seek assistance from Lab technician for

arrangement of labs and other faculty for conducting test in other

lab.

Individual There would be

30MCQ of 0.5 mark

each(equal to

15Marks)which

would further be

prorated out of 5

Marks finally.

Negative Marking

of 25% should be

done to avoid guess

work. Quiz should

be of 30 minutes.

4 / 5

Quiz3 To check the general

mental ability of the

students.

30 MCQ type questions would be asked covering topics from

Lecture No. 15-17. NOTE-All CA's would be conducted in the

labs against the Lecture in which respective CA is planned. The

faculty would have to make use of two labs if student group is of

60. The faculty would seek assistance from Lab technician for

arrangement of labs and other faculty for conducting test in other

lab.

Individual There would be

30MCQ of 0.5 mark

each(equal to

15Marks)which

would further be

prorated out of 5

Marks finally.

Negative Marking

of 25% should be

done to avoid guess

work. Quiz should

be of 30 minutes.

8 / 9

Quiz4 To check the general

mental ability of the

students.

30 MCQ type questions would be asked covering topics from

Lecture No. 19-20. NOTE-All CA's would be conducted in the

labs against the Lecture in which respective CA is planned. The

faculty would have to make use of two labs if student group is of

60. The faculty would seek assistance from Lab technician for

arrangement of labs and other faculty for conducting test in other

lab.

Individual There would be

30MCQ of 0.5 mark

each(equal to

15Marks)which

would further be

prorated out of 5

Marks finally.

Negative Marking

of 25% should be

done to avoid guess

work. Quiz should

be of 30 minutes.

10 / 11

Quiz5 To check the general

mental ability of the

students.

30 MCQ type questions would be asked covering topics from

Lecture No. 22-23. NOTE-All CA's would be conducted in the

labs against the Lecture in which respective CA is planned. The

faculty would have to make use of two labs if student group is of

60. The faculty would seek assistance from Lab technician for

arrangement of labs and other faculty for conducting test in other

lab.

Individual There would be

30MCQ of 0.5 mark

each(equal to

15Marks)which

would further be

prorated out of 5

Marks finally.

Negative Marking

of 25% should be

done to avoid guess

work. Quiz should

be of 30 minutes.

11 / 12

List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)

Sr. No. Topic

1 ok

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)

Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned

(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial1 Practice Questions on Series Completion,Analogy ,Classification. Problem Solving

Tutorial2 Practice Questions on Coding -Decoding & Blood Relations. Problem Solving

Tutorial3 Practice Questions on Puzzles. Problem Solving

Tutorial4 Practice Questions on Sequential Output Tracking. Problem Solving

Tutorial5 Practice Questions on Direction Sense Test & Logical Venn

Diagrams.

Problem Solving

Tutorial6 Practice Questions on Alphabet, Alpha-Numeric Sequence Puzzle,

Number, Ranking & Time Sequence.

Problem Solving

Tutorial7 Practice Questions on Mathematical Operations and Logical

Sequence of words.

Problem Solving

After Mid-Term

Tutorial8 Practice Questions on Arithmetical Reasoning & Inserting the

missing Character.

Problem Solving

Tutorial9 Practice Questions on Data Sufficiency, Reason & Assertion &

Situation Reaction Test.

Problem Solving

Tutorial10 Practice Questions on Verification of Truth & Logic. Problem Solving

Tutorial11 Practice Questions on Statement & Argument, Statement &

Assumptions and Statement & Course of Action.

Problem Solving

Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned

(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

After Mid-Term

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Tutorial12 Practice Questions on Statement & Conclusions and Cause & Effect

Reasoning.

Tutorial13 Practice Questions on Deriving Conclusions from the passages,

Theme Detection and Series of Figures.

Tutorial14 Practice Questions on Analogy of Figures & Classification of Figures.

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Problem Solving

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