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Faculty of Arts

B.F .A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts)


1. 2. General awareness about the various social and cultural acitivites / events. General Knowledge about : (a) An applicant should have a fair idea about the popular and the celebrated events and artists of India and the West. (b) Basic understanding about art materials and art fundamentals like colour, line, form, shape, texture, composition. 3. A brief history of Arts & Culture of 10+2 level.

M.A. (Arabic)
B.A. I Y ear, II Y ear and III Y ear Courses being taught in the Department conc erned, Faculty of Arts, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.

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M.A. (Sanskrit)
Maximum Marks : 100 The paper shall have following units : 1. Vedic Literature Rgveda : Agni (I-1), Indira (2-12), Marut (1-38), Parjanya (V-83), Purusa (10-90) Yajurveda : Sivasankalpa (SY -xxx iv-1-6), Prajapati (SY-32-1-5) Yogaksema (SY-22-22) Atharvaveda : Rastrabhivarddhana (1-29), Sammanasya (III-30) Kathopanisad, History of Vedic Literature. 2) Classifical Sanskrit Literature General Introduction to Ramayana & Mahabharata Raghuvansam (Canto I) Kumarasambhavam (Canto-V) Kiratarjuniyam (Canto-I) Abhijnanasakuntalam Kadambari (Sukanasopadesa) Sahityadarpana (Chapter 1,2,6, 8 and 10) Chandovimsatika 3) Indian Philosophy Bhagavadgeeta Chapter 2-6 T arkasamgraha of Annambhatta Outlines of Indian Philosophy in including Carvak, Bauddha and Jaina 4) Grammar Sajnaprakarana, Sandhis, Vibhaktyrthaprakarana, (From Laghusiddhantakaumudi) 5) Translation into Sanskrit Distribution of Marks : a) There shall be 50 objective type questions of multiple choice 50x01=50 b) 10 Short questions (to be answered within 15-20 words) 10x 04 =40 c) 10 Sentences in Hindi or English to be translated in to Sanskrit 10 x 01 = 10 Time 2 Hours

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M.A. (Bengali)

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M.A. (Tamil)

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M.A. (Malayalam)

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M.A. (Linguistics)
Language and Linguistics : Speech and writing. The key properties of language. Functions of language. Modern Linguistics. Describing Language I : Phonology and morphology Syntax and semantics. Language, Context and Communication pragmatics and its scope. Applied Linguistics : Translation and Lexicography; Language disorder; forensic linguistics. Language and mind. Language and artificial intelligence computational linguistics Major language families of the word. Language diversity in India Language familities represented in India. Languages specified in the VIII Schedule of the Indian Constitution.

General Phonetics Branches of phonetics; use of phonetics. The Anatomy and Physiology of Speech : The organs of speech. Initiation of Speech : Pulmonic, glotallic, velaric. Phonation : Voiceless; voiced; whisper; glottal closure. Speech Articulation : Consonant and vowel; State of velum; direction of air flow; force of articulation; Prolong ability; manner of articulation; place of articulation. Description and Classification of Consonants Place of Articulation; Manner of Articulation. Vowels position of the tongue and position of the lips. Cardinal vowels primary and secondary; diphthongs. Suprasegmental (or Prosodic) aspects of Speech Syllable and its structure on set, peak, coda Sounds in Connected Speech : Assimilation and dissimilation; elision. Transcription Phonemic (broad) and phonetics (narrow); diacritics.

Phonology : Phonemics and phonology Phone, allophone and phoneme Segmental or linear phonemes Complementary distribution of allophones; free variation. Phonemic Analysis : Preliminary procedures. Supra segmental or non linear phonemes stress, pitch, juncture Phonotactics : The study of the distribution of phonemes. Distribution of English consonantal phonemes. English vowel phonemes in word initial, medial and final positions. English diphtongs closing and centering. The theory of `distinctive features. The concept of `neutralization and `archiphoneme

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Morphology its definition and scope. Morph, allomorph and morpheme Morpheme and word Conditioning of allomorphs. Affixes prefixes, suffixes and infixes. Base, root and stem. Inflection and derivation. Word formation compounding Mophological Process : Affixation, internal change, reduplication, suppletion and zero modification. Morphophonemics the phonological structure of morphemes. Morphemic Analysis Segmentation and grouping; Nidas principles for identification of morphemes. Identifying plural morphemes of English and Identifying past tense morphemes of English.

Introductory Syntax : Syntax and morphology Modern approaches to syntax Constituent and construction Types of construction endocentric and exocentric Immediate constituent analysis. Syntactic Devices : Coordination or conjoining, subordination or embedding, substitution. Function words and content words : Grammatical categories and parts of speech. Models of Grammatical Description : Item and arrangement; item and process; word and paradigm. Aims of grammer Levels of grammatical adequacy Phrase structure Grammar : Context free and context sensitive phrase structure grammer. Introduction to transformational generative grammar.

Basic Elements of Semantics Semantics and its scope. Types of Meaning Componential Analysis Semantic Oppositions Sense Relations : Synonymy, antonymy, hyponymy and incompatibility; part whole relations. Homonymy and Polysemy. Semantic Structure of Sentences : Arguments and predicates predication analysis. Selectional restrictions. Figurative use of language. Approaches to the study of meaning. Semantics and pragmatics.

Historical Linguistics : Historical linguistics its definition and scope. Historical Linguistics versus descriptive linguistics. Genealogical classification of languages.

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Major language families of the world. Languages of the Indo-European family. Typological classification of language. Phonological change : Phonetic and phonemic change. Types of sound change assimilation, dissimilation and some other types of sound change. Types of semantic change narrowing and widening of meaning. Analogical change. Borrowing I : Lexical and phonological Borrowing II : Cultural and intimate.

Language T eaching : Linguistics and language teaching role of linguistics in language teaching. Principles of language teaching. Native and Foreign language teaching. Language skills. Methods of Language teaching. Selection, graduation and presentation of the teaching materials. Contrastive analysis. Contrasting languages at phonological, grammatical and lexical levels. Error Analysis : Mistakes, lapses and errors; transfer errors and analogical errors. Stages in Error Analysis : Recognition, description and explanation of errors. Language T esting : Subjective and objective tests; types of objective tests; open ended and multiple choice tests. Audio visual aids in language teaching. The language laboratory and language teaching.

Language and Literature Characteristics of the language of literature. Linguistics and critical approaches to the study of literature. The term `stylistics its definition and scope. The T erm `Style : Various senses and definitions of the term `style linguistics and non linguistics definitions of style. Style as the choice between alternative expressions. Style as deviation from the norm. Phonological Analysis of Poems. Stylistic Devices I : Alliteration, Consonance, assonance, rhyme. Stylistic Devices II : Foregrounding, parallelism, repletion, antithesis. Phonological and lexical cohesion.

Language and Society : The relationship of language and Society Sociolinguistics and its scope. Alternative approaches to the social study of language. The concept of speech community; verbal repertoire. Language variation describing the varieties of language. The social parameters of variation. Ethnography of communication; communicative competence. Language diversity bilingualism and multilingualism. The concept of `diglossia. Languages in contact borrowing

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Pedgin and creole; code switching and code mixing. Language policy and language planning. Corpus and status planning. Language standization and modernization. Language diversity in India issues and problems.

M.A. (Philosophy)
Western Philosophy : Nature, relation of Philosophy to Science & Religion Branches. Thales, Pythagoras, Democritus. Socrates, Plato, theory of ideas, Ideal State Aristotle Causality. Descrates : Method of doubt. Spinoza : Substance, attributes. Locke : quantities Innate ideas, primary and Secondary qualities. Berkeley : Esse estpercipe. Hume : causality. Kant : phenomenon and Neumanon. Hegal : Dialectical Method. Freedom and Determinism. Proofs for the existence of God. Theory of Truth. Indian and Muslim Philosophy : Vedic Philosophy. Upanisadic Concept of Philosophy. Ultimate Reality. Ethics of Gita. Charvaka : theory of knowledge and ethics. Jainism : Syadvada and Anekantavada. Budhism : Four Noble Truths and causation. Sankhya : Satkakriyavada Prakarti and Purusa. Patanjali : Eight fold path of yoga. Shankara, Ramanuja main differences. Origin of Muslim Philosophy. Mutazalites and Asharites main doctrines. Sufism influences, Origin. Ibne Sina : Logic, theory of Emanuation. Al-Ghazali : Method, ethics. Ethical Philosophy : Definition, Nature of Ethics. Free will and responsibility. Moral and Non moral values. Ethical Relativism Bentham and Mill on utilitarianism. Kant : Good will Categorical. Imperative, Postulates of morality. Notion of Justice. Theories of Punishment, Rights and Duties. Social and Political Philosophy : Nature & Scope of Social Philosophy. Methodology of Social Sciences. Family Marriage Property. State and Government. Social Causation, T echnology, Religion Economic, Education Politics. Factors to change society. Ecology. Divine theory, Social contact theory of the origin of State. Marxist social determinism. Justice, Equality, Liberty, Secularism, Democracy, Islamic State, Capitalism, Socialism and Islamic Economy. Contemporary Western Philosophy : Existentialism Main Feature Analytical Philosophy Stress on language. Kierkegaard : Subjectivity, Stages of Life. Husserl : Phenomenology. Yaspers. Existenz. Marcel : Mystery. Heidegger : problem of Being. Sartre freedom nothing with. Russell : Theory of Description. Moore Common Sense. Wittgenstein Picture Theory. Logical Positivism. Ryle Category Mistake. Austin Speech Act. Logic and Scientific Method : Definition of Logic Deduction Induction and Nature of Definition. Categorical Propositions. Formal Nature of syllogism. Symbolic Logic. Special symbols. Analogy Mills Methods. Hypothesis. Scientific Method and unscientific explanation Fallacies Relevance and Ambiguity. Muslim Ethics : Duties toward Man and God. Al-Farabi Concept of Virtue. Miskawaith Ideal State, Naseeruddin Tusi Sadah Jalaluddin Dawwani social ethics. Ghazali Virtues. Means and Ends. Rumi Love as ethical ideal, Iqbal. Concept of Monism. Maudoodi theory of Sovereignty. Sufism in India : Historical development of Sufism, Sufism in India, Sheikh Ali Hujweri, Ethical basis of Sufism., Moinuddin Chisti. Chistiyah Order, Nizamuddin Auliya, Sheikh Farid

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Suhrawardiyyah Order. Hamdani, Firdawsiyyah Order. Niqshbandiyya Order. Wahadat al Wajud / Wahadat al Shahud. Indian Ethics : Karma and Rebirth, Purushartha Varanashram Dharma. Ethics of Charwakas. Ethiscs of Bhagavadagita. Ethics of Jaina, Buddhism, Yoga, Sankhya, Shankara and Ramanuja. Gandhian ethics. Humanism of Radhakrishnan. Western Epistemology and Metaphysics : Issues in epistemology. Knowledge and belief. Facts and Subjectivity Perception, Illusion, Memory. Need of Metaphysics, Issues in Metaphysics. Concept of soul Casual vs. Logical necessity. Space time God as necessary Being, Concept of Personal God. Classical Islamic Text (Study of Al-Munaqid Min-al Dalal) : Philosophical thought. Mutazalism, Comment on Al-Kindi, al Farabi, Ibn Sinas Asharism and Ghazali Search for Certainty. Ilam al Kalam Objective Philosophy and types of Philosophers. Method of Education. The way of the Sufi. The case of prophecy. Contribution of Ghazali : Influence of al-Ghazali on later thinkers.

M.A. / M. Sc. (Geography)


The objective (Multiple Choice) as well as short answer type questions will be asked covering the following courses taught at Graduation level. 1. Geomorphology : Theories of the origin of the earth Laplace, Chemberlin & Moultion, Big Bang; the constitution of the earths interior; Isostasy; Wageners theory and Plate T ectonics; earthquakes and volcanoes; Kober and Holmes theories of mountain building; the work of running water, glacier and wind; karst topography; concept of cycle of erosion Davis and Penck. 2. Climatology and Oceanography : Composition and structure of the atmosphere; insolution and heat budget; horizontal and vertical distribution of temperature, pressure and wind; forms of precipitation and types of rainfall; classification and properties of air masses and fronts; tropical and temperate cyclones; Koppens climatic classification; relief features of the ocean floor; vertical and horizontal distribution of salinity and temperature; tides and ocean currents; ocean deposits. 3. Geography of Resources and its Utilization : Soil formation and soil types; types of forest and forest products; production and distribution of iron ore, copper, coal, petroleum and hydropower; solar energy; water conservation and future prospects; distribution, density and growth of world population; concept of optimum, over and under population; population resource regions of the world; production and distribution of wheat, rice, cotton, sugarcane and tea; industries iron and steel, cotton textile and sugar; distribution and characteristics of primary, secondary and tertiary activities. 4. Evolution of Geographical Thought : Contribution of Strabo, Ptolemy, Al-biruni, IbnKhaldum, Humboldt, Ritter, Ratzel and Vidal-de-la-Blache; environmental determinism, possibilism and stop and go determinism; quantitative revolution, behavioural geography, radical geography and welfare geography. 5. Major World Environment : Physical and human environment in equatorial, monsoon, hot desert, tropical and temperature grasslands, Mediterranean, tundra and taiga regions; air, water and soil pollution.

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6. Geography of India : Structure and relief; evolution of extra peninsular drainage and its major river system; characteristics of peninsular drainage and its major river system; origin and development of monsoon and its mechanism; El-Nino and its effect on Indian weather; identification of flood prone areas and draught prone areas; types of forests and its distribution, characteristics and economic importance, deforestation and its consequences, social forestry and its significance, distribution and characteristics of soils in India; soil erosion and conservation; distribution and growth of population; agro climate regions; the Green Revolution; distribution and production of rice, wheat, cotton and tea; production and distribution of coal, petroleum, hydro-electricity and nuclear energy; localization factors and spatial pattern of major industries iron and steel industry and cotton textile industry. 7. Practical Aspects in Geography : Nature and sources of geographic data; classification and significance of maps; definition, significance and types of scale; methods of showing relief; representation of population, agricultural and transport data by various Cartographic techniques including choropleth and isopleth; classification, identification, transformation and choice of map projections; measures of central tendency and dispersion arithmetic mean, median, mode, standard deviation, co-efficient of variation; types and utility of aerial photographs, chief elements of aerial photo interpretation; application of remote sensing in geographical studies; remote sensing platform and senors active, passive and micro wave remote sensing.

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M.A. (English) / MA(English Language Teaching)


Outline Syllabus of (1) B.A. (Hons.) English and Communicative English (ii) The Language Component (Undergraduate level) taught in the Department of English BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH SUBSIDARY ESSAY AND SHORT STORY UNIT I : UNIT II : Passtes for explanation, with refrence to context, from the prescribed essays. Addison Goldsmith Chesterton Benson Lucas A. Huxley Ruskin Bond Graham Greene Bernard Malamud R.K. Narayan V .S. Naipaul E. T aylor : : : : : : : : : : : : Sir Roger and Will Wimble On the Instability of the World Grandeur On the pleasures of No longer Beig very young. The Art of the Essayist Third Thoughts Pleasures The Night Train at Deoli The End of the Party The First Seven Years The Martyrs Corner Love, Love, Love Alone Mice and Birds and Boy

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Prescribed Texts : 1. 2. The Art of the Essayist (ed. C.H. Lockitt) Twelve Modern Short Stories (Oxford University Press)

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH SUBSIDARY ENGLISH POETRY UNIT I : UNIT II : Lines for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed poems. Spenser Shakespeare Marvell Pope Wordsworth Shelley Keats Tennyson Browning Arnold : : : : : : : : : : One Day I Wrote Her Name Since brass, nor stone To His Coy Mistress A Little Learning The Solitary Reaper Strange fits of passion have I known to a Skylark La Belle Dame sans Merci Ulysses My Last Duchess A Summer Night

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Rossetti UNIT V : Yeats Eliot Frost

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The Blessed Dam Ozel The Lake Isle of innisfree Marina Mending Wall

Prescribed Texts : 1. Whispering Reeds (ed. D.K. Barua)

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH SUBSIDARY ENGLISH DRAMA UNIT I : UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIT V Prescribed Texts : 1. 2. Shakespeare : Othello Shaw : Canadida (ed. A.C. Ward) Passages for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed plays : : : : Othello Othello Othello Othello

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH SUBSIDARY ENGLISH NOVEL UNIT I UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIT V Prescribed Texts : 1. 2. 3. Hardy : The Mayor of Casterbridge Hemingway : A Farewell to Arms Mulk Raj Anand : Untouchable : : : : : The mayor of Casterbridge The mayor of Casterbridge The mayor of Casterbridge The mayor of Casterbridge The mayor of Casterbridge

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BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY AND APPRECIATON OF LITERATURE AIMS : 1. 2. To provide a foundation of interpretative skill for reading literature. To encourage exposure to literature, using a considerable range of texs as appropriate examples.

CONTENTS : UNIT I : (i) (ii) (iii) Definition, function and scope of language and literature. The social roots of literature. Definition and function of figurative language. Simile, metaphor , allusion, personification, pun, alliteration, anti thesis, climax, anti climax, assonance. Definition of symbol, image, myth, allegory, parable, fable.

UNIT II : Major Forms of Poetry : Definition of lyric, sonnet, ode, elegy, epic, satire, ballad, dramatic monologue. UNIT III : Major Forms of Prose : Definition of essay, biography, autobiography, short story and novel. UNIV IV : Major Forms of Drama : Definition and major component of tragedy, comedy, one act play, farce, melodrama. UNIT V : Appreciation of a prose, drama or poetry passage. (Model passges in prose, poetry and drama to be supplied by the Department). Books for Reference : 1. 2. 3. B. Prasad : A Background to the Study of English Literature Palgraves Golden Treasury M.H. Abramas A Glossary of Literary Terms

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN ESSAY AND SHORT STORY Prescribed Text : 1. 2. Art of Essayist (C.H. Lockitt) Twelve Modern Short Stories (Oxford University Press).

UNIT I : Passages for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed essays.

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Bacon Addison Lamb Huxley Chesterton A.C. Benson

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Of Friendship Meditations in Westminster Abbey The praise of Chimney Sweepers Pleasures On the pleasures of no longer Being very Young. The Art of the Essayist. Parsons Pleasure The First Seven Years The Accompanist Javni Mice and Birds and Boy The Night Train at Deoli

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Roald Dahl Bernard Malamud Anita Desai

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Raja Rao Elizabeth T aylor Ruskin Bond

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN ENGLISH POETRY FROM THE ELIZABETHANS TO THE ROMANTICS Prescribed Text : UNIT I: UNIT II : The Golden Treasury (1964 Edition)

Extracts for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed poems. Shakespeare Milton : : : : : : : : : : Shall I compare thee. When in the chronicles of wasted time That time of year thou mayst in me. On the late massacre in Piedmount Lycidas. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard The Tyger O my luves like a red, red rose The World is too much with us Nature and the Poet The Daffodils All for Love On the Castle of Chillon On the Castle of Chillon Kubla Khan On First Looking into Chapmans Homer Ode to Autumn Ozymandias Ode to the West Wind.

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BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH NOVEL Prescribed Text : 1. 2. 3. UNIT I UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIT V Jane Austen George Eliot Thomas Hardy : : : : : : : : Sense and Sensibility Silas Marner The Return of the Native

A brief history and representative features of 19th Century British novel. Sense and Sensibility Silas Marner The Return of the Native A general assessment of the prescribed novelists.

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN VICTORIAN AND MODERN ENGLISH POETRY Prescribed Text : 1. 2. UNIT I : UNIT II : The Golden Treasury (1965 Edition) Fifteen Poets (Oxford : Clarendon Press) Extracts for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed poems. Tennyson Browning : : Morte D Arthur Ulysses My Last Duchess The Last Ride Together Prospice Thyrsis Dover Beach The Blessed Damozel Pied Beauty Felix Randal Seascape The Shield of Achilles Landscapes New Hampshire Gerontion The Lake Isle of Innisfree Among School Children

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Arnold Rossetti

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Hopkins Auden

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BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH NOVEL Prescribed Text : 1. 2. Macbeth* A Midsummer Nights Dream*

UNIT I : passages for explanation, with reference to the context, from Macbeth and A. Midsummer Nights Dream. UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIV V : : : : Macbeth Macbeth A midsummer Nights Dream A midsummer Nights Dream

BA (HONS.) I YEAR ENGLISH MAIN VICTORIAN AND MODERN ENGLISH POETRY Prescribed Text : 1. 2. UNIT I poems. UNIT II The Golden Treasury (1965 edition) Fifteen Poets (Oxford : Clarendon Press) : : Extracts for explanation, with reference to the context, from the prescribed Tennyson Browning UNIT III : Arnold : : : Morte DArthur Ulysses The last ride together Prospice Thyrsis Dover Beach The Blessed Damozel Pied Beauty Felix Randal Seascape The Shield of Achilles Landscapes New Hampshire Gerontion The Lake Isle of Innisfree Among School Children

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BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA Prescribed Text : 1. 2. Macbeth* A Midsummer Nights Dream*

UNIT I : Passages for explanation, with reference to the context, from Macbeth and A. Midsummer Nights Dream. UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT II : III : IV : V: : : : : Macbeth Macbeth A Midsummer Nights Dream A Midsummer Nights Dream

BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN POST-SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA Prescribed Text : 1. 2. 3. 4. UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT Goldsmith Shaw Osborne Arthur Miller I II III IV V : : : : : : : : : *She Stoops to conquer * Arms and the Man Look Back in Aanger All my Sons

passages for explanation from She Stoops to Conquer and Arms and the Man She Stoops to Conquer Arms and the Man Look Back in Anger All My Sons

BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN 20TH CENTURY BRITISH AND AMERICAN NOVEL Prescribed Text : 1. 2. 3. 4. UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT Somerset Maugham E.M. Forster Hemingway Graham Greene I II III IV V : : : : : : : : : The Razors Edge A Passage to India The Old Man and the Sea The Heart of the Matter

The Razors Edge A Passage to India The Old Man and the Sea The Heart of the Matter A general assessment of the prescribed novelists.

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BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN BIOGRAPHY AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY Prescribed Text : 1. 2. UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT Boswell : M.K. Gandhi : I II III IV V : : : : : The Life of Johnson My Experiments with Truth

The Life of Johnson The Life of Johnson My experiments with Truth My Experiments with Truth A general assessment of the prescribed authors.

BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN USE OF ENGLISH UNIT I : (a) English Phonology English Speech Sounds (Description and Classification), Syllable / Word Stress, Weak Forms. (b) Phonemic Transcription Elementary English Morphology and Basic Sentence Patterns (a) Word Formation, Affixation, Compounding (b) Sentence Patterns Expansion, Transformation Features of Indian English (a) Spoken Intelligibility (b) Written Appropriacy

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UNIT IV : (A) Introduction to Foundamentals of Stylistics with special reference to (a) Foregrounding (b) parallelism (c) Reference Practical Exercises based on passages to be selected by the Department (B) Practice in Effective writing skills, guided composition, paragraph/Essay writing UNIT V : (A) Use of Multi Media in language Learning (B) Listening Skills (Viva Voce) (a) Listening for comprehension; Barriers to Listening, Academic Listening, Listening to T alks and Descriptions. Listening to News on the Radio and Television Listening to Casual Conversation (Sasi Kumar et. Al : A Course in Listening Skills) (b) Listening for Language point; Pronunciation, Grammar and Vocabulary (C) Speaking Skills (Viva Voce)

(a) Practicing Language Functions : Greeting and Introduction, making Requests, asking for and giving permission, offering help; giving instructions and direction (Sasikumar et. Al. : A Course in Listening Skills). (b) Practicing Pronunciation using key words and phrases.

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Note : 1. Section B and C of unit 5 to be tested through Viva Voce Examination carrying 10 marks. For these sections the following texts will be used in classroom teaching 2. Only section A of unit 5 will figure in the theory exam carrying 10 marks. Recommended Text : Sasikumar , V . et. Al. 2005 : A course in listening and speaking 1, Foundation Books, New Delhi CD included. Sasikumar , V . et. Al. 2006 : A Course in Listening and speaking II. Foundation Books, New Delhi. CD Included. BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY HISTORY AND CRITICAL THEORY UNIT I : A brief overview of literary history from Renaisance to The present day. (Renaisance, Augstan, Romanticism, Victorian, Modern, Postmodern). UNIT II UNIT III UNIV IV UNIT V : : : : Formalistic Criticism. Historical Criticism. Reader Response Criticism Linguistics Criticism. Marxist Criticism Postcolonial Criticism Cultural Studies Dialogic Criticism

Recommended Reading : M.H. Abrams : A Glossary of Literary Terms Patricia Waugh : Modern Criticism and Theory Peter Berry : Beginning Theory Ramon Seldon : A Readers Guide top Contemporary Literary Theory BA (HONS.) III YEAR ENGLISH MAIN TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION SKILLS UNIT I : : Defining T ranslation : Intra-lingual and Inter-lingual Translation; Product and Process Oriented Translation; T ranslability and Untransability; T ranslating Culture, Loss and Gain in Translation. UNIT II : Types of T ranslation : Word for Word Vs. sense for Sense Translation, Literal T ranslation; Faithful Translation Free T ranslation / Creating Rewriting, Communicative T ranslation, Idiomatic Translation.

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UNIT III : Literary Translation : Nature and Problems of T ranscreation; Auto translation; Translators Notes and Prefaces; Adaptations; Translation from one Genre into another . UNIT IV : (a) Translation and Interpretation of Different Texts : Scientific, Journalistic, Legal and Scriptural. (b) Study and Analysis of Some Actual Translations like Brochures, Essays, Articles and Literary Texts (Stories, Poems, extracts from Plays / Novels). (c) Practical Exercises in Translation Practice (from Hindi / Urdu into English and Vice Versa); Back T ranslation. UNIT V : Interpretation Skills : Role of Interpreter . Basic Skills : Reading / Listening Comprehensions Scanning, Note taking, Summarising Paraphrasing. Consecutive Interpretation. Simultaneous Interpretation. Sight Interpretations. Dynamics of Communications; Impact of Culture, Values, Attitudes on Interpretation Process.

Suggested Reading : Baker M. (ed.) 1998, Routledge Encyclopedia of T ranslation Studies, London and New York : Routledge. Catford, I.C. 1965. A Linguistics Theory of Translation London : OUP Nida, E.A. and C.R. T aber , 1969. The Theory and Practice of Translation Leiden : E.J. Brill. Bassnett-Mc Guire, S. 1991. Translation Studies London and New York : Routledge. Newmark, P . 1988. A Textbook of Translation, London : Prentice Hall Sastry, J.V . 1993. The Art of Translation. Hyderabad : Booklings Corporation. Lakshmi, H. 1993. Problems of Translation. Hyderabad : Booklings Corporation. Nirpama Rastogi : Vasandani (eds.) 2000. The Translation Initiative Hyderabad : CIEFL. T oury Gideon, 1987. Translation Across Cultures, New Delhi : Bahri Publications Private Limited. House, Jul;lians, 1977. A Model for Translation Quality Assessment. Tubingen : Gunter Narr . BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH PHONETICS AND APPLIED PHONETICS UNIT I : Phonetics and phonology; problems in pronunciation; letters and sounds; the speech mechanism. UNIT II : Speech sounds,; Phonemes; allophones; vowels and consonants; consonant clusters in English. UNIT III forms. : The syllable; word accent; stress and rhtythm in connection speech; weak Intonation : accentual and attitudinal function; assimilation and elision; I.P .A. symbols; phonemic transcription.

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A.C. Gimson, An Introduction to the Pronunciation of English T . Balasubramaniam. A Textbook of English Phonetics for Indian Students.

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH REMEDIAL GRAMMAR UNIT I : Verbs : Finite and Non-Finite Verbs Irregular and Regular Verbs Modal Verbs Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs Common Errors in the Use of Verbs. Time, Tense and Aspect Perfect and Progressive Aspect. Common Errors in the Use of Tenses. Determiners, Prepositions, Adjectives, Adverbs and Conjunctions. Common Errors in the Use of above-mentioned Items. Basic Sentence Types / Expansion Common Errors in the Use of Basic Sentence Types / Expansion. Negative, Interrogative, Imperative and Passive Common Errors in the Use of the above mentioned Items.

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Books Recommended : 1. 2. A. Remedial English Grammar for Foreign Students W.S. Alien : Living English Structures.

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH UNIT I : Language : Definition and Properties; Spoken and Written Language.

UNIT II : Spoken Language : Models and feasibility (What can be taught); Spoken production : production of spoken language; Communicative stress. UNIT III : and Creole. UNIT IV UNIT V : : Language and Communication; Language Varieties : Dialect, Idiolect Pidgin Style : definition and types : formal and informal Register : definition and major types. Conversational T asks based on Language in Situation. (i) (ii) (iii) Events in time. Descriptions : persons, places, objects. Instructions : giving directions, command.

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Discoursal approach Story telling Eye witness record Opinion expressing.

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Sufficient Classroom Practice in Conversational English for Unit 5. Oral as well as written test will be conducted for Unit 5. Oral test for Unit V will carry 10 marks.

Books Recommendd : Sasikumar & Dhamija, 1993. Spoken English : A self Learning Conversational Practice. T ata McGraw Hill, NewDelhi. Audio Cassette included. V . Sasikumar , P . Kiranmai Dutt & Geeta Rajeevan, 2005. A Courses in Listening and Speaking Skills Book 1 and 2. (CD ROM included) Foundation Books, Delohi. Gillian Brown and George Yule 1983. Teaching the Spoken Language. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. Earl W . Stevick, 1982. Cambridge. Teaching and Learning languages. Cambridge University Press,

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS UNIT I writing. UNIT II : : Essentials of writing, graphic conventions; difference between speech and Writing in the Early Stages. 1. 2. 3. Sentence building activities. Sentence Linking Activities : Inter Sentential, Infra Sentential Linkers. Paragraph Writings : Guided and Free.

Reinforcement and Communication activities. UNIT III : Developing Skills in Writings I. 1. 2. 3. UNIT IV : Writing notes; Developing content from notes. Summary Writing. Letter Writing; Formal (Letters of application and Letters to Editor); Informal Letters.

Developing Skills in Writings II 1. 2. Writing Messages : Notices Writing short reports for magazines and newspapers.

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Books Recommended : 1. Donn Byrne. 1998. Teaching Writing Skills. Longman Handbook for English Teachers.

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ADVANCED WRITING AND READING SKILLS UNIT I : (a) Nature and Purpose of Reading & Writing skills; Approaches in Reading : T op Down, Bottom UP and Interactive. (b) Sub Skills of Reading and Writing. UNIT II : (a) Approaches to Writing : Product and Process Approach; Stages in Writing. (b) Modes of Writing: Narrative, Descriptive, Expository, Argumentative. UNIT III : (a) Literary and Rhetorical devices; Varieties of Vocabulary, Connotation / denotation, Collocation. (b) Creative Writing; Story / Poem / Newspapers Articles. UNIT IV : Reading : Types of Reading; Reading Strategies; Skimming, Scanning, Previewing and Prediction, dealing with vocabulary, use of dictionary. UNIT V : Comprehension T raining : Comprehending different kinds of texts. Political, Scientific, Legal, etc. Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. Sarah Freeman T aya Zinkin Norman Lewis : : : Written communication in English Write Right How to Read Better and Faster .

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH FUNCTIONS AND SITUATIONS UNIT I : Form and Function; Formal Labgels and Functional Labels; Language Functions as enumerated by Firth, Halliday and Jacobson. UNIT 2 : Language Functions in Written Communication Skills : Reporting, Arguing, Description and Narration, Expressing Yourself (CV a nd Cover letters). Letters of Invitation. UNIT 3 : Functions and Situations in Oral Communication Skills : Greeting and introducing, making requests, asking for and giving persmissions, offering help, giving instructions or directions. Situations : At the doctors; At the market, A visit to the library; At the railway station; Buying products; Hiring a taxi; At the restaurant, An invitation to tea, At the bank, At the hotel UNIT 4 : Language Functions in Telephoning Skills : Handling Calls, leaving a message, making requets, asking for and giving information, giving instructions.

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UNIT 5 : Language Functions in Presentation Skills (Debates (arguing), Interview and Discussion Skills. Reference : Freeman, S : Written Communication in English, Orient Longman, Delhi, 1977, (for Unit 2). O Dell, Felicity : CAE Writing Skills, CUP , Cambridge. 1996. Sasikumar and Dhamija : Spoken English : A self learning Conversation Practice, T ata McGrawHill, New Delhi 1993. Cassette included. Sasikumar , et. Al. : A course in Listening and Speaking 1, Foundation Books, Delhi 2005. CD included. Bruce Tillit and Mary Newton Bruder : Speaking Naturally : Communication Skills in American English, Students Book Casettes, ISBN 271304, 250072. Jean Naterop and Rod Revell : Telephoning in English, Students Book, Audio CD 2, Audio Cassettes, ISBN 539110, 539137, 539129. Pamela Rogerson and Judy B. Gilbert : Speaking Clearly, Students Book, Teachers Book, Audio Cassettes 2, ISBN 312876, 312957, 321875. Sasikumar : A Course in Listening and Speaking I, ISBN 8175962917. Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Bhatnagar and Bell Brown and Yule Lee, W.R. R.J. Dixon S. Pit Corder W .P . Robinson Geoffrey F . T aylor , G. : : : : : : : : Communication in English Teaching the Spoken Language A Dictionary of Social English Everyday Dialogues in English Introducing Applied Linguistics Language and Social Behaviour How to study Linguistics English Conversation Practice.

BA (HONS.) I YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ENGLISH IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA UNIT I : (a) Types of Communication Intrapersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Mass Communication Electronic Media A Brief History of Radio and Television. Differences between Radio and Television as Modes of Mass Communication. Introduction to Broadcasting. Writing for the Broadcast Media

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UNIT III : Language and Style : (a) Quality of Good Speech : Rhythm, Voice (b) Skills : Speaking Advanced Level : Stress / Intonation / Body Language. (c) Careers in Radio / TV (Contd. ) : Newsreading, Announcing, Interviewing. UNIV IV : (a) Use and Usage (Special reference to language in Media), Accuracy VS Fluencey : Appropriacy, context, Abstractness. (b) Radio / TV : Elements of Redundnacy, barriers to Communication. UNIV V : Practical Work Evaluation of the language used in the Indian Broadcast Media Writing / Editing Exercises. Comparison, Contrast and Critique of select Broadcast items.

Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. S.P . Jain C. Warren G. Millewrson Andrew Boyd Rober Mcleish Weston and Holt : : : : : : The Art of Broadcasting Radio News writing and Editing The Techniques of TV Production Broadcasting Journalism The Technique of Radio Productions Writing TV and Radio Programmes.

BA (HONS.) III YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS UNIT I : Business Communication : Language of Business : tone, style, jargon, clichs, ambiguity (use of extracts), glossary of business terms. UNIT II : Business Correspondence : Basic Principles, Format and Types, employment letters, placing orders, enquiry nand response letters, letters of complaint and apology. UNIT III : Intra-Organisational Communication : Basic Principles, Format and types, employment letters, placing orders, enquiry and response letters. Letter of complaint and

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apology, persuasive letters, curriculum vitae. Report Writings, Periodic reports and market survey reports. UNIT IV : External Communication : Press releases and notices inviting tender , bid and auction, Fax messages and e-maisl. UNIV V : Oral Communication : Telephonic conversation, reception of visitors, holding meetings, attending jobs interviews, organizing business conferences, seminars, presentation and workshops. Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Davis Coton, World of Business, (with Audio Cassette). Andrew Little John, Company to Company, (Business Correspondence). Pearsall and Cunningham, How to Write for the World of Work. Michael Paine, English Commercial Correspondence B. Elizabeth Pryse, The Perfect Secretary David Kessidge, Basic Business Role Plays.

BA (HONS.) III YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ENGLISH IN PRINT MEDIA UNIT I : Role of language in print media; definition of news; difference between news and information, news and ideas; types of news; hard / soft news. UNIT II : Reporting: techniques; chronological order / logical order; inverted pyramid; components of a news story ; language and style; suppliers of news. UNIT III : Trends in reporting : Objective Reporting, interpretative Reporting, Investigative Reporting, Entertainment Reporting. Development Reporting. UNIT IV : Writing the news : Writing interviews : writing features (Cartoons, photo features etc. ) : writing headlines; writing leads, writing editorials. UNIV V : Analysis of language / style used in printy media ; make up of the newspapers Types and procedure. Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. R.Parthasarthy R.J. Hall D. Wainwright : : : Basic Journalism Basic Training in Journalism Journalism Made Simple.

BA (HONS.) III YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES UNIT I : Definition and scope of English for Academic Purposes / Study Skills; Characteristics of academic English; Changing formal and academic language into informal and non-academic language and vice versa.

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UNIT II : Reading Academic texts : Surveying a textbook; surveying a chapter; signposts; Skimming and scanning. UNIT III sources. : Reading academic texts : Inferencing; critical reading; using reference

UNIT IV : Academic writing skills : Note taking and note making; abstracting and summarizing, paragraphsing. UNIV V : Academic writing skills : Writing examination answers; writing long papers and academic reports; preparing a bibliography. UNIV VI : Oral academic skills : Participating in group discussion; presenting prepared papers; use of seminar strategies. Suggested Reading : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Glandining and Holmstrom : Study Reading. Nolan Uloods and Fall : Penguin Advanced Reading Skills Arthur Books and Peter Grundy : Writing for Academic Purposes. J.A. Discoll : Penguin Advanced Writing Skills T aya Zinkin : Write Right.

BA (HONS.) III YEAR COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION SKILLS UNIT I : Defining Translation : Intra-lingual and inter-lingual Translation, Product and Process Oriented Translation; Translatability and Untranslability, Translating Culture, Loss and Gain in T ranslation. UNIT II : Types of Translation : Word for Word Vs. Sense for Sense Translation, Literal T ranslation; Faithful Translation. Free Translation / Creating Rewriting, Communicative T ranslation, Idiomatic Translation. UNIT III : Literary Translation : Nature and Problems of T ranscriptions : Auto T ranslation; Translators Notes and Prefaces; Adaptations; T ranslation from one Genre into another . UNIT IV : (a) Translation and Interpretation of Different T exts : Scientific, Journalistic, Legal and Scriptural. (b) Study and Analysis of Some Actual T ranslations like Brochures, Essays, Articles and Literary Texts (Stories, Poems, extracts from Plays / Novels). (c) Practical Exercises in T ranslation Practice (from Hindi / Urdu into English and Vice Versa); Back Translation. UNIT V Interpretation Skills : Role of Interpreter . Basic Skills : Reading / Listening Comprehensions Scanning, Note taking, Summarising Paragraphs. Consecutive Interpretation. Simultaneous Interpretation. Sight Interpretations. Dynamics of Communications; Impact of Culture, Values, Attitudes on Interpretation Process. :

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Suggested Reading : Baker M. (ed.) 1998. Routledge Encyclopedia of T ranslation Studies, London and New York : Routledge. Catford, I.C. 1965. A Liniguistics Theory of Translation London : OUP Nida, E.A. and C.R. T aber , 1969. The Theory and Practice of Translation Leiden : E.J. Brill Bassnett- MCGuire, S. 1991. Translation Studies London and New Ayork : Routledge. Newmark, P . 1988. A Text book of Translation, London : Prentice Hall. Sastry, J.V . 1993. The Art of Translation, Hyderabad : Booklings Corporation. Lakshmi H. 1993. Problems of Translation, Hyderabad : Booklinigs Corporation. Nirpama Rastogi Vasandani (eds.) 2000, The Translation Initiative Hyderabad : CIEFL T oury Gideon, 1987. Translation Across Cultures, New Delhi : Bahri Publications Private Limited. House, Juliana, 1977. A Model for Translation Quality Assessment. Tubingen : Gunter Narr .

SYLLABUS B.A, B.SC., B.COM. (HONS.) FIRST YEAR


COMPULSORY ENGLISH PAPER I Aim of the Syllabus : Compulsory English for B.A., B. Sc., B. Com. First and Second Years is an integrated course, its main aim is to make the learners proficient enough to use the basic language skills Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening in their everyday life for various purposes. These skills are spread over five units in both the years. Speaking and Listening are clubbed together as Oral Communication for the sake of convenience in teaching and testing. The activities, items and components in Second year are graded to suit the learners needs / expectations. The materials are so designed that they involve even the teaching of essential grammar , vocabulary, usage and various interactive and communicative skills. The Course : Unit I : Reading Comprehension 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Guessing Difficult words Predicting Meanings Finding your way around the text (Note : At the level of word, phrases and vocabulary). Scanning Skimming Looking for detailed information (Note : At the level of paragraph / passages).

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A set of nine (9) Prose passages with exercises on comprehension, vocabulary, usage, Grammar etc. (Three passages each on topic that interest students of Arts, Sciences and Commerce). Three (3) short poems / extracts with exercises on comprehension, vocabulary, usage, grammar , etc.

T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department. Supplementary materials to be managed by individual teachers. UNIT III : Writing Skills 1 1. 2. 3. Note taking Summarizing Precis Writing

T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department UNIT IV : Writing Skills 2 1. Descriptions a) Describing (i) Yourself, (ii) Friends and Relatives b) Describing (i) Streets and Houses (ii) Countries, towns and villages. c) Describing (i) A day, (ii) A Journey. 2. Writing Applications and Curriculum vitae (CV)

T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department. UINIT V : Oral Communication

This unit has been divided into four parts namely A, B, C and D. They will be taught along with Unit I, II, III and IV respectively. However , Unit V will figure as a separate unit in the examination. 1. 2. A brief introduction to the linguistics and para linguistic fearures of oral communication. Items to be discussed in each part are as follows : Part Part Part Part A Speech Vs. Writing : IPA Symbols; Vowels, Diphthongs and Consonants B Syllable, Word stresws C Intonation D Living Situations of Oral Communication : In the Library An Invitation to Tea At the Bank At the Railway Station At the Doctors Buying a Shirt Preparing for a Party At the Birthday Party.

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Note : The above list is just an illustration of various living situations. For practice in oral communication the list can be enlarged by the concerned teachers. This unit will be tested through the technique of dialogue writing with the help of a given situation. T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department and / or selected by the teachers. Recommended books : 1. 2. 3. Everyday Dialogues in English by Dixon, R.J. English Conversation Practice by Grand and Taylor Spoken English (along with Cassette) by V . Sasikumar

SYLLABUS B.A, B.SC., B.COM. (HONS.) SECOND YEAR


COMPULSORY ENGLISH PAPER II Aim of the Syllabus : Compulsory English for B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. First and Second years is an integrated course. Its main aim is to make the learners proficient enough to use the basic language skills Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening in their everyday life for various purposes. These skills are spread over five units in both the years. Speaking And Listening are clubbed together as oral communication for the sake of convenience in teaching and testing. The activities, items and components in second year are graded to suit the learners needs / expectations. The materials are so designed that they involve even the teaching of essential grammar , vocabulary, usage nad various interactive and communicative skills. The Course : Unit I Reading comprehension Section (A) (a) Structural Patterns : Intra Sentence Linkers Phrase structure Clause Structure Sentence Structure Inter Sentential Linkers Inter Paragraph Linkers Grammatical, Logical, Lexical Connectors.

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Section (B) Comprehension 1. 2. A set of twelve (12) prose passages with exercises on comprehension, vocabulary , Usage, Grammar etc. (Four passages each on topics that interest students of Arts, Sciences and Commerce). Three (3) short poems / extracts with exercises on comprehension, vocabulary, usage, grammar , etc.

T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department. Supplementary material to be selected by concerned teachers. UNIT II : Paragraph Writing / Expansion 1. 2. 3. On a given topic / sayings On a given set of information On a given data / image

(T o develop an ability among learners to arrange their ideas in a Topic sentence and supporting sentences in order to write a good paragraph). T eaching Material : To be supplied by the Department. UNIT III : Writing Skills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Giving Directions Giving Instructions Writing Processes Writing Future Plans Writing Letters of Thanks, Regret, Condolence, Invitation etc.

T eaching Material : Material on items 1 to 4 to be supplied by the Department UNIT IV : 1. 2. Composition Reporting Events, Speeches, Meetings Essay Writing.

T eaching Material : Material on item 1 to be supplied by the Department. The teachers will take care of the second item. UNIV V : 1. 2. 3. Oral communication. Expressing points of view. Generating dialogues and deates Argumentative discussions.

Note 1 : Items 1, 2 and 34 of Unit 5 will be taught along with Unit II, III and IV respectively. However , Unit V will figure as a separate unit in the examination. Note 2 : Examinees will be required to produce the above modes in the written form in the examination paper . T eaching Material : To be supplied by the individual teachers.

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Also Compulsory English courses in Law Faculty are taught by this Department.

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M.F .A. (Master of Fine Arts)


History of Indian and European Art & Technique (Theory) Drawing Object / Drg. Nature Study Colour Composition Landscape Commercial Art Study from Cast & Clay Modelling Print Making History of Indian and European Art & Technique (Theory) Still Life Landscape Study of Human Anatomy Pictorial Composition Mural Life Drawing in Pencil or Crafts History & Philosophy of Art (Theory) Portrait Landscape Pictorial Composition Outdoor Sketching Copy from Old Master Pieces Ceramics / Graphics / Mural Modern Indian & Western Art (Theory) Portrait Landscape Composition Life Drawing Outdoor Sketching Ceramics / Graphics / Mural Comprehensive Viva Voce Specifications of curriculum / syllabu of Theory Papers BFA Part I Tile History of Indian and European Art & Fundamentals of Art Unit I Unit II Unit III Univ IV Univ V BFA Part II Tile History of Indian and European Art & T echnique Unit I Unit II Unit III Univ IV Univ V : : : : : Medieval Indian Art Pre Mughal to Rajasthani European Art Christian Art Renaissance Study of Art T echniques Philosophy of Indian Art Art & Society, Religion, Morality : : : : : Elements & Fundamental of Art Art in Ancient India Classifical Western Art Greek to Roman Art of Far East Study of Wall Paintings : Ajanata, bagh, Badami, Sittanavasal

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Title History & Philosophy of Art Unit I Unit II Unit III Univ IV Univ V : : : : : Indian Art Pahari to Modern Western Art Mannerism to Relism Indian Folk Art Art Philosophy of Plato, Aristotle, Kant,l Hegel Indian Aesthetics

BFA Part IV Title Modern Indian & Western Art Unit I Unit II Unit III Univ IV Univ V : : : : : Company School and Bengal School Progressive Movements Chollamandal, Baroda School Impressionism, Postimpressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism, expressionism, Dadaism, Constructivism Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art

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