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Introduction to Education

Introduction to Education

UNIT 1: CONCEPT OF EDUCATION 1 CREDIT 

- Narrow and broader concepts of education 

- Meaning, nature, scope and functions of education

 - Aims of education – individual, social, vocational and democratic.

 - Aims of modern education with special reference to Delor’s Commission.

UNIT 2: FACTORS OF EDUCATION 1 CREDIT 

- Child / learner: influence of heredity and environment on the learner 

- Teacher: qualities and duties of a good teacher. 

- Curriculum- concept and types. 

- Co-curricular activities: meaning, values and significance. 

- Educational institutions: informal, formal and non-formal, their interrelation. 

UNIT 3: AGENCIES OF EDUCATION 1 CREDIT 

- Home 

- School 

- State 

- Mass-media(television, radio, cinema and newspaper) 

UNIT 4: CHILD CENTRICISM AND PLAY-WAY IN EDUCATION 1 CREDIT

- Concept of child centricism in education 

- Characteristics and significance of child centricism in education 

- Concept of play and work. 

- Characteristics of play way in Education, Kindergarten, Montessori, Project method. 

- Freedom and Discipline

PRACTICUM / ACTIVITIES 2 CREDITS 

- Assignment Writing based on any of the four units 

- Seminar presentation 

- Book Review

COMMONWEALTH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE

COMMONWEALTH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE

UNIT I: Poetry Section

UNIT II: Fiction



1st Semester Elective English (English Literature: History, Poetry and Drama )

1st Semester Elective English (English Literature: History, Poetry and Drama )

Unit I: History of English Literature: A Survey of the Major Periods from Old English to the 19th Century. (30 marks) 

Unit II: Poetry Section

Unit III: Drama Section


Western Criticism

Western Criticism

Western Criticism starting from Aristotle to D. H. Lawrence:

UNIT I:  (85 marks)

1. Aristotle's "Poetics"

2. Tragedy and Comedy

3. Classicism and Romanticism

4. Samuel Johnson: "Preface to the Plays of Shakespeare"

5. William Wordsworth: Preface to Lyrical Ballads

6. ST. Coleridge: Biographia Literaria (Books: XII-XIII)

7. Matthew Arnold: The Study of Poetry

8. T. S Eliot: The Function of Criticism

9. D.H. Lawrence: Why the Novel Matters

UNIT II:

Practical Criticism (15 marks)

CH 611P Organic and Physical Chemistry Practical

CH 611P Organic and Physical Chemistry Practical

100 Marks ( Organic : 67, Physical : 33)

Organic Laboratory: A. Qualitative Analysis B. Organic Preparation:

Physical Laboratory:To study changes in conductance, Study the kinetics, Verification of Lambert-Beer's Law, Determination of pK(indicator) for phenolphthalein or methyl red, Study the formation of a complex between ferric and thiocyanate (or salicylate) ions.


CH 610 Physical Chemistry

CH 610 Physical Chemistry

67 Marks:90 Hours

Computer Applications in Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry - II, Spectroscopy, Symmetry and Point groups, Electrochemistry I, Electrochemistry II, Statistical Thermodynamics - II, Surface Active Agents, Chemical kinetics II, Phase equilibria Il


CH 609 Organic Chemistry

CH 609 Organic Chemistry

66 Marks:90 Hours

Organo Sulphur copounds, Elimination reactions, Organic synthesis via enolates, Heterocyclic compounds, Medicinal chemistry,Chromatography, Mass spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Green Chemistry


CH 608 Inorganic Chemistry

CH 608 Inorganic Chemistry

(67 Marks:90 Hours)

Bonding in coordination compounds, Magnetic properties of transition metal complexes, Inorganic Polymers, Thermoanalytical methods, Organometallic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Inorganic rings and cages, Non-stoichiometric compounds



CH 404 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

CH 404 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

25 Marks: 30 Hours

Catalysis, Ionic equilibria - I, Ionic equilibria - II, Phase equilibria I 



CH 404 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

CH 404 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

25 Marks:30 Hours

Carboxylic acids, Carboxylic acid derivatives, Organometallic compounds, Polymers


CH 404 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

CH 404 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

(25 Marks: 30 Hours)

Chemistry of Lanthanides, Chemistry of Actinides, Chemistry of Noble gases, Hard and Soft acids and bases



CH 202 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

CH 202 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

(25 Marks:30 Hours)

solutions, dilute solutions, colloids and surface chemistry, thermodynamics


CH 202 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

CH 202 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

Steriochemistry of organic compounds, Arenes andaromaticity, Alkyl halides and aryl halides, Alcohols

CH 202 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

CH 202 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

(25 Marks:30 Hrs)

Acids and Bases, Oxidation and Reduction, Non-aqueous solvents, Chemistry of s-block elements


Geomorphology

Geomorphology

Geological time scale, Nature & scope of Geomorphology, Concepts, Geomorphology and earth Sciences 

Introduction to Geography: Cartography & its History Remote sensing, GIS, Socio-Eco Surveys

Introduction to Geography: Cartography & its History Remote sensing, GIS, Socio-Eco Surveys

History of Cartography Development. Quantitative techniques, GIS, Remote Sensing Techniques, GPS Field working techniques