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SRI VENKATESWARA UNIVERSITY, TIRUPATI

B.A.THIRD YEAR DEGREE EXAMINATIONS, MARCH/APRIL- 2010

TIME –TABLE Part II – Optional Subjects

18-03-2010(Thursday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

(Common Core Syllabus)

23-03-2010 (Tuesday) Economics

9a.m. to 12 noon

07

Part II – English (Optional Subject) Paper III – Drama (Revised from 1999-2000)

 

100

20

Part II – Telugu Paper III – History of Telugu Language Grammar & Diasets (Revised from 2005-06)

 

100

38

Part II – Urdu – Paper III – History of Urdu Literature

100

124

Indian Culture Paper III – Indian Culture & Civilization up to 1000 A.D.

100

53

Adult Education Paper III–Management of Adult Education

100

107

Public Administration Paper III – Management of Resources(2006-07)

100

199

Geography Paper III – Regional Geography of India

 

100

222

Accountancy Paper III – Advanced Accountancy

100

237

AGM/RI/RB Paper III – Agriculture Economics (R.I. & R.B. for 75 Marks)

 

100

20-03-2010(Saturday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Part II – English (Optional Subject)

 

08

Paper IV – Novel (Revised from 1999-2000) (Common to all)

100

Part II – Telugu

21

Paper

IV

Literary

Criticism

(Revised

from

100

2005-06)

   

39

Urdu – Paper IV –Literary Criticism

 

Indian Culture

 

100

125

Paper IV – Indian Art & Architecture (Including Aesthetics)

 

100

54

Adult Education

 

Paper IV – Continuing Education Public Administration

 

100

108 Paper IV (A) – Political Science Concepts, Theories and Institutions Revised from 2006-07

109 Paper IV (B) – Local Organisations & Development in India Revised from 2006-07

 

100

110 Paper IV (C ) – Public Office Management (Revised from 2006-07)

100

Geography

 

100

200

Paper IV – Regional Geography of Asia

 

100

Accountancy

 

223 Paper IV (A) – Auditing

 

100

224 Paper IV (B) – Income Tax

 

100

225 Paper IV (C ) – Management Accountancy

 

100

AGM/RI/RB

 

240

Paper IV – Agricultural Marketing

 

100

238

Paper IV – Economics of R.I.

75

239

Paper IV – Rural Banking

75

* Common paper

70

Paper-III – Indian Economy & Environmental Economics (Revised from 2006-07)

100

26-03-2010(Friday)

9a.m. to 12 noon

Economics

71

Paper-IV-(A) Public Finance International

100

Economics (Revised from 2006-07).

72 Paper-IV(B) Quantetative Technique

 

( Revised

from 2006-07).

100

29-03-2010(Monday)

9a.m. to 12 noon

History

57

Paper III- History of Modern Europe

 

1789-1964 A.D.(Revised from 2006-07)

100

Social Work

92

Paper III – Social Science Concepts for Social Workers

75

Mathematics

* 137

Paper III – Rings & Fields and Linear

(common to B.Sc. Revised from 2006 07)

 

Algebra

100

137-9 Paper III – Rings & Fields and Linear Algebra (common to B.Sc. from 2003 -04) Statistics (With Non-Maths Combination)

*

150

195

Paper III – Testing, Sampling & Design of Experiments

100

Commerce

228

Paper III – Commercial and Industrial Law

100

31-03-2010(Wednesday)

9a.m. to 12 noon

History

58

Paper IV (A) – History of Modern Andhra

100

1300-1956 A.D.(Revised from 2006-07)

60

Paper-IV (B) Elements of Archaeology with

100

Special reference to Andhra Pradesh (2006-07)

Social Work

94 Paper IV (a) – Social Work with Elderly and Disabled

75

95 Paper IV (b) – Women and Development

75

96 Paper IV (c) – Social Work in Industry

75

Mathematics (Common to B.Sc.)

* 138 Paper IV (A)-Numerical Analysis (2006-07)

100

* 138 -9 Paper IV (A) – Numerical Analysis

150

(Who appeared in Sept.2006 or earlier).

* Paper-IV(B)- Number Theory (2006-07)

139

100

* Paper IV (C) – Integral Transforms

144

150

 

(Revised from 2006-2007)

* 144-9 Paper IV (C) – Integral Transforms

( Who appeared in Sept.2006 or earlier).

100

* Paper-IV(D)- Discrete Methamatics

145

 

(Revised from 2006-2007)

100

* Paper-IV(E)-Linear Programming (Revised from 2006-2007)

146

100

Statistics

196

Paper IV (a) – Applied Statistics

 

(With Non-Maths Combination)

100

Commerce

229

Paper IV (a) – Advanced Accountancy

100

230

Paper IV (b) – Cost Accountancy

100

234

Paper IV (c) – Income Tax

100

( P.T.O )

-2 --

03-04-2010(Saturday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

09-04-2010(Friday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Philosophy

49

Paper III – Logic and Scientific Methods

100

Marketing

 

Sociology

 

82

Paper III – Modern Salesmanship

100

86

Paper III – Social Change & Planning

100

Political Science

Social Anthropology

 

100

Paper-III-Public Administration Concepts &

100

114

Paper III – People and Culture of India

100

Theories (Revised from 2006-07).

Population Studies

 

Psychology

 

120

Paper III – Population Policy

100

128

Paper III – Social Psychology

100

Communicative English

 

* Statistics (with Maths Combination)

42

Paper III- Communicative English

80

191 Paper III – Applied Statistics – I

* 282 Computer Applications

(Common to B.Sc. from 2006-07)

100

Paper III --

Data base Management systems ( w.e.f. 2004-05 ) (Common to B.Com/B.Sc).

100

07-04-2010(Wednesday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Marketing

 

12-04-2010(Monday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

83

Paper IV – Marketing Management in the Indian context (Common to all)

100

Philosophy

Political Science

50

Paper IV – Ethics

100

101

Paper-IV(a)-Political Thought from 2006-07

100

Sociology

 

103

Paper IV(b)- International Relations 2006-07

100

87 Paper IV(a) – Rural & Urban Sociology

100

104

Paper IV(c) – Government & Politics of

88 Paper IV(b) – Social Demography

100

Andhra Pradesh Revised from 2006-07.

100

89 Paper IV(c) – Social Movements

100

 

Social Anthropology

 

Psychology

 

116 Paper IV(a) – Tribes of Andhra Pradesh

100

131 Paper IV(a) – Educational Psychology

75

117 Paper IV(b) – Field Methods in Anthropology

100

132 Paper IV(b) – Child Psychology

75

Population Studies

 

133 Paper IV(c) – Abnormal Psychology

75

121

Paper IV – Population Research Methodology

100

* Statistics (with Maths Combinations)

 

and Population Education

192

Paper IV – Applied Statistics – II

100

Communicative English

 

(Common to B.Sc. Revised from 2006-07)

43

Paper IV- Communicative English

80

 

* 283 Computer Applications Paper IV – Web Technologies and e -Business (W.e.f. 2004-05) (Common to B.Com/B.Sc).

100

* Common paper

SRI VENKATESWARA UNIVERSITY, TIRUPATI BA. SECOND YEAR DEGREE EXAMINATIONS MARCH/APRIL-2010 TIME –TABLE

(Common Core Syllabus)* PART I (A) – ENGLISH

(Common to a ll)

30-03-2010(Tuesday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

Economics

19-03-2010(Friday )

04 Paper-II – Prose, Poetry, Non-Detailed Text and

(Revised from 2009-10)

9 a.m. to 11a.m

9 a.m to 12 Noon

04-9 Paper II – Prose, Po etry, Short Stories and Language

Study( for candidates appeared with 100 marks pattern September 2009 or earlier)

in

* PART I (B) – ANOTHER LANGUAGE

(Common to all)

22-03-2010(Monday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

Additional English

05 Paper II – Indian Writing in English

Sanskrit

12 Paper II – Prose, Drama Grammar, Alankaras And History of Literature(Revised from 2009-10)

12-9 Paper II – Drama,Champu, Modern Prose, History of Literature, Alankaras and Grammer(for DDE candidates only) Telugu

18 Paper II – Ancient and Modern Poetry, Grammer and

Composition(Revised from 2009-10) 18-9 Paper II – Poetry,Prosody, Poetics and Essay (for DDE candidates only)

Hindi

24 Paper II – Poetry, History of Hindi Literature, General Essay and Translation

(Revised from 2009-10)

(common to all)

24-9 Paper II- Poetry, History of Hindi Literature, General

Essay and Translation(for DDE candidates only) Tamil

30 Paper II – Prose and Poetry (Revised from 1999-2000)

Urdu

(common to all)

36 Paper II – Prose, Poetry and Translation

(Revised from 1999-2000)

(common to a ll)

* PART I (C) (Common to all)

25-03-2010(Thursday )

9 a.m. to 10-30 a.m.

9-9 Paper II – Science & Civilization (who appeared in Sept,2009 or earlier) 9 a.m. to 12 Noon 9-2 Paper II – Environmental Studies (Revised from 2005-2006)

PART II – OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

27-03-2010 (Saturday) Part II – English

9 a.m. to 12 noon

06 Paper II – Poetry, Drama, Prose and Fiction (Revised from 2002-2003)

Part II – Telugu

19 Paper-II- Modern Language and History of Telugu

Literature (Revised from 2009-10)

19-9

Paper II – History of Telugu Literature and Drama (September,2009 or earlier)

Indian Culture

123 Paper II – Elements of Ancient Indian Philosophy

* 136 Paper.II : Mathematics Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis (Revised from 2009-10)

* 136-9- Paper II – Solid Geometry and Real Analysis (Sept.2009 or earlier.) (common to B.Sc)

* 136-10 Paper II – Analysis, Vector Calculus & Modern Algebra (who appeared in Sept, 2005 Or earlier) (Common to B.Sc) Adult Education

52 Paper II – Methods & Materials in Adult Education (Revised from 1999-2000)

Public Administration

106 Paper II – Public Administration in India

(Revised from .2009-2010)

106-9 Paper II- Public Administration in India (September, 2009 or earlier)

Geography

198 Paper II: Human and Economic Geography

(Revised from 2009-10) 198-9 Paper II – Social and Economic Geography (September,2009 or earlier)

 

69

Paper II – Macro Economics

100

50

(Revised from 2009-10) 69-9 Paper-II: Macro Economics (September 2009 or earlier)

100

100

01-04-2010(Thursday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

Philosophy

 

48

Paper II – Western Philosophy(Revised from 2009-10 )

100

48-9-Paper.II- Western Philosophy(September 2009 Or earlier)

100

 

Sociology

 
 

85

Paper II –Society in India(Revised from 2009-

100

100

10)

 

85-9 Paper.II: Indian Society(Sept.2009 or earlier)

100

100

Social Anthropology

 

113

Paper.II:

Ethnographic Methods(Revised from

100

100

2009-10)

 

113-9 Paper II – Physical Anthropology & Prehistoric Archaeology(September,2009

100

100

Or earlier) Population Studies

 

100

119

Paper II – Population and Socio -Economic Development

100

Communicative English

 

100

41 Communicative English Paper – II

80

 

(From 1998-1999)

 

* 281 Computer Applications Paper II – Object

 

100

oriented programming in Visual basic (Common to B.Com./ B.Sc.)(Revised from 2009-10 and for candidates appeared before September 2009 or earlier)

100

100

 

06-04-2010(Tuesday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

Accountancy

100

221-1 Paper II – Accountancy Part II – Urdu

100

37

Paper II – Poetry

 

100

(Revised from 1999-2000) AGM/RI/RB

100

50

236

Paper II – Theory and Practice of Co -operation

75

08-04-2010(Thursday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

History

 
 

56

Paper II : History and Culture of India 1526- 1950 (Revised from 2009-10)

100

 

56-9

Paper II – History of

India (1526-1964 AD)

100

(September, 2009 or earlier)).

100

 

Social Work

 

91

Paper II – Social Work Intervention – Basic Methods

 

100

(Revised from 2009-10)

75

91-9 Paper II: Social Work Intervention – Methods and Strategies(September 2009 or earlier)

75

100

Statistics (Non-Maths Combination)

194

Paper II– Statistical Methods(Revised from 2009-10)

100

194-9 paper.II: Statistical Methods(Sept.2009 or earlier)

100

100

 

Commerce

 

227

Paper II – Accountancy

 

100

100

 

10-04-2010(Saturday)

9 a.m. to 12 noon

100

Marketing

 

81

Paper II – Commodity Marketing

100

150

Political Science

 

99

Paper II- Government and Politics

 

(Revised from 2009-2010) 99-9 Paper II- Indian Government and Politics

100

100

(September, 2009 or earlier)

100

 

Psychology

 

127

Paper II – Social Psychology(Revised from 2009-10)

100

100

127-9 Paper.II: General Psychology(September, 2009 or Earlier) Statisti cs ( with Maths Combination)

100

100

*

190

Paper II – Statistical Methods and Inference

100

(Revised from 2009-10) * 190-9 Paper II- Statistical Methods and Inference

100

(September, 2009 or earlier) Common to BSc.

100

100

*

Common paper

 

SRI VENKATESWARA UNIVERSITY, TIRUPATI

B.A. FIRST YEAR DEGREE EXAMINATIONS MARCH/APRIL-2010

TIME –TABLE

(Common Core Syllabus)

* PART-I(A ) ENGLISH(Common to all)

18-03-2010 (Thursday )

2pm to 4 pm

01

Paper –I - Poetry, Prose, Further Reading and Language

50

usage (Revised from 2009-10)

 

2pm to 5 pm 01-9 Paper I – Prose, Poetry, Short Stories and Language Studies (for candidates appeared in Sept -2009 or earlier with 100 marks and DDE candidates)

100

20-03-2010(Saturday)

 

2 pm to 5 pm

 

*

PART I – (B) ANOTHER LANGUAGE

 
 

(Common to all)

 

02 Additional English

 

100

Paper I – General English Sanskrit

 

10

Paper I – Prose ,Poetry, & Grammer

 

100

(Revised from 2009-10) 10-9 Paper I – Poetry, Prose & Grammer (for DDE candidates only)

100

Telugu

 

16

Paper I – Ancient and Modern Poetry,

 

100

Non-Detailed Text and Grammar (Revised from 2009-2010) 16-9 Paper I- Poetry, Grammer and Non-detailed Text ( for DDE candidates only)

100

Hindi

 

22

Paper I – Prose, Non-Detailed Text &

 

100

 

Grammer.

(Revised from 2009-10)

22-9 Paper I - Prose, Non-detailed Text and Grammer ( for DDE candidates only)

100

Tamil

 

28

Paper I – History of Tamils Culture, Non-Detailed Text General Composition and Translation (Revised from 1999-2000)

100

Urdu

 

34

Paper I – Prose and Poetry(w.e.f.1998-99)

100

23-03-2010(Tuesday)

 
 

* PART- I – (C) (Common to all)

 

09

Paper I Indian Heritage

& Culture

2pm to 3.30 pm

50

(Who appeared in Sept, 2009 or earlier)

 

09, 9-1 Paper I - Indian Heritage & Culture and

2 pm to 5 pm Science and

100

Civilization (who appeared Sept.2009 or earler)

PART II – OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

26-03-2010 (Friday ) Part II – English

2 pm to 5 pm

03 Paper I – Language and Literature Form of Poetry

Elements of Drama and Fiction (Revised from 2008-09)

03-9 Paper I – Language and Literature Form of

Elements of Drama and Fiction (for DDE candidates only)

Poetry

Part II – Telugu

17 Paper I – Modern Language

17-9 Paper I – Ancient and Modern Poetry, Prose, Prosody and Alankaras (for DDE candidates only)

(Revised from 2009-10)

Mathematics

* 135- Mathematics Paper –I Differential Equations and

Solid Geametry (Common to B.Sc) (Revised from 2009-10)

* 135-10 - Mathematics Paper I – Differential Equations,

Abstracts, Algebra & Vector Calc ulus (Common to B.Sc) ( who appeared in Sept.2009 or earlier) Indian Culture

122 Paper I – Indian Ethics

Adult Education

51 Paper I – History and Foundations of Adult Educatio n (Revised from 1999)

50+50

100

100

100

100

100

150

100

100

Public Administration

105

Paper I – Introduction to Public Administration

100

(Revised from 2008-09)

 

105-9 Paper I – Public Administration Concepts and Theories (for DDE candidates only) Geography

100

197

Paper I – Fundamentals of Physical Geography

100

(Revised from 2009-10)

 

AGM/R.I

235

Paper I – Rural Sociology and Community

100

Development

 

29-03-2010(Monday)

2 pm to 5 pm

Computer Aapplications

* 280 Paper I – Computer Fundamental and

Office

100

 

Automations (From 2008-09 and for candidates

appeared in Sept.2008 or earlier ) (Common to B.Com/B.Sc) Social Work

90

Paper I – Social work Profession Philosophy and Basic

75

Social Sciences concepts (Revised from 2008-09)

31-03-2010(Wednesday)

2 pm to 5 pm

Accountancy

221

Paper I – Accountancy

100

Part II - Urdu

 

35

Paper I – Urdu Fiction (Drama, Novel and

100

Short stories)

03-04-2010(Saturday)

2 pm to 5 pm

Economics

68

Paper I – Micro Economics (Revised from 2008-09)

100

68-9

Paper I – Mic ro Economics (for DDE candidates

100

only)

Epigraphy

 

370

Paper-I Fundamentals of Indian Epigraphy (w.e.f. 2009-10)

100

07-04-2010(Wednesday)

2 pm to 5 pm

Marketing

80

Paper I – Principles of Marketing

100

Political Science

 

98

Paper I – Political Science Concepts, Theories &

100

Institutions (Revised from 2009-10)

98-9 Paper I – Political Science Concepts, Theories & Institutions (for DDE candidates only) Tourism

100

371

Paper.I: Principles of Tourism(w.e.f.2009-10)

100

Psychology

 

126

Paper I – General Psychology(Revised from 2009-10)

100

09-04-2010(Friday)

2 pm to 5 pm

History

55

Paper I – History of India upto 1526 A.D. (Revised

100

from 2009-10)

 

55-9 Paper I – History of India upto 1526 A.D. (for DDE candidates only)

100

Statistics (With Non-Maths)

 

193

Paper I – Elementary Mathematics & Descriptive

100

Statistics (Revised from 2009-10)

Commerce

 

226

Paper I – Business Organis ation & Management

100

* Common paper

12-04-2010(Monday )

2 pm to 5 pm

Statistics (with Maths Combination)

100

* 189

Paper I – Probability Descriptive Statistics and

Distributions (Revised from 2009-10) (Common to B.Sc)

 

Philosophy

100

46

Paper I – Indian Philosophy (Revised from 2008-09)

Sociology

100

84

Paper I – Basic Concepts and Perspectives (Revised

from 2009-10)

100

84-9

Paper I – Principles of Sociology( for DDE candidates

only)

Social Anthropology

100

112

Paper I – Principles of Anthropology

Population Studies

100

118

Paper I – Population Concepts and Measures

Communicative English

80

40

Paper I – Communicative English – I

15-04-2010(Thursday)

 

PART.III (FOUNDATION COURSE) *351 Paper.I: Indian Heritage, Culture and Contemporary Indian Economy and Polity(w.e.f.2009-10)(common for all)

100

* Common paper

INSTRUCTIONS

Candidates are directed to receive their hall-tickets from the Chief Superintendents of the concerned examination centre THREE days before the commencement of the examinations by producing proper identification Certificate. In no circumstances the hall-tickets will be sent to the candidates direct.

Some candidates have sent their applications without signature of Identifying Officer and affixing Attested Photo. Such candidates should necessarily produce an Identification Certificate with photo to receive their Hall-Tickets from the Chief Superintendent.

The private supplemental and private exempted candidate should choose only those papers which are provided in the time-table and which is/are being offered currently at the respective College, Examination Centre. He/she should ascertain from the Chief Superintendent at the time of taking the hall-ticket whether the particulars choice paper which he/she opted is available, and the examination in that centre will be conducted.

The private exempted candidates who failed or absented in I Year B.A./B.Com. examinations are eligible to appear for both I and II Year examinations simultaneously,if there is a gap of one year between first registration of I Year Examination and the first registration of II Year Examination. Likewise II and III Years.

NOTE:- 1. Practical Examinations will be conducted from after the theory examination

including Restructure Courses. Dates will be notified later.

Candidates who appeared and could not pass Part I (C ) – Indian Heritage & Culture and Science & Civilization (for 100 marks) of II year B.A./B.Com./B.Sc.(CCS) examinations of April 1989 and September 1989 should take two papers as specified below:

I) Part – I (C ) – Indian Heritage and Culture – Paper I of

I B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc. under CCS

50 marks 1 ½ hrs

II) Part – I – (C ) – Science and Civilization – Paper II of

II B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc. under CCS

50 marks 1 ½ hrs

The candidates should use two separate application forms for registration of I and II year

This is applicable to the candidates who did not pass

Examinations

Part-I (C) for 100 marks.

to appear for Part-I (C ).

Candidates belonging to Y.E.S. regulations and yet to pass Part – I (A) English Paper III under II Year should appear for the following papers in lieu of English Paper III:

(I ) Part I (C ) – Indian Heritage and Culture – Paper I of I B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc. under C.C.S. (II) Part – I – (C ) – Science and Civilization – Paper II of II B.A./ B.Com./ B.Sc. under CCS

50 marks 1 ½ hrs

50 50 marks 1 ½ hrs

Candidates appearing for I year B.A/B.Sc/B.Com from March, 2005 examinations as regular candidates have to write Part I ( C ) Indian Heritage & Culture for 50 Marks and Science & Civilization for 50 Marks as one paper to be written in separate Answer Scripts for Separate valuation. Further the time prescribed for the above Part-I ( C ) is 3 Hrs with Indian Heritage & Culture 1 Hour 30 Minutes and Science & Civilization 1 Hour 30 Minutes.

The candidates should have sent a covering letters stating that they belong to Y.E.S. regulations and not passed English Paper III of II Year, along with the application for registration. Separate applications should be used for I and II year.

UNIVERSITY OFFICE:

TIRUPATI

Dated:

05-02-2010

MUNI KUMAR CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS